Friday, August 26, 2016

Spain: Narco operative reveals Mexican cartel interests in Europe

Lucio R. Borderland Beat with C.E.M republished from SOFREP
Thought to be a Zetas operative, Spain says he was an independent for 
BLO, Sinaloa, CDG and  Zetas

An investigation by Spanish authorities has uncovered an alleged cocaine trafficking network headed by a Mexican citizen linked to several different drug cartels, shedding light on the “franchise model” Mexican crime groups use to traffic drugs to Europe.

On August 23, EFE reported it had obtained access to a Spanish police report alleging Juan Manuel Muñoz Luévano — also known by the aliases “El Mono” and “El Ingeniero” — headed a trafficking ring that brought cocaine into Spain through the port of Valencia, Spain’s second busiest seaport and the sixth busiest in Europe.

Spanish police arrested Muñoz on March 18 in Madrid, accusing him of money laundering and criminal association. Soon thereafter, US authorities unsealed a federal indictment charging Muñoz with drug trafficking, money laundering and weapons violations in the United States. The United States also requested Muñoz’s extradition from Spain.

US prosecutors identified Muñoz as an “important member” of the Zetas organization. However, the
Moreira leaves Spain prison 2nd left

arrest order issued by Spanish prosecutors said that Muñoz worked “independently,” maintaining “business relationships with various Mexican drug trafficking cartels” including the Zetas, the Sinaloa Cartel, the Gulf Cartel and the Beltran-Leyva Organization, reported EFE.

Spanish investigators are also looking into possible ties between Muñoz and Humberto Moreira, the former governor of the Mexican state of Coahuila, who was arrested in Madrid in January, according to EFE. Moreira is suspected of laundering money he embezzled from public coffers during his time as governor as well as helping launder money the Zetas earned from drug trafficking.

14 comments:

  1. All that gold that was stripped from the Americas. This is karma coming full circle. Europe is going to have to deal with it. Too bad.

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  2. 1.he will spill beans on everything.
    2. Blo in Europe ?? They're not dead
    Saludos al chapito Flores ..

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  3. Sooner or later things unravel and it's moving forward for Moreira. Hope he rots in jail for stealing from the people!

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    1. If not jail, be assured that he will at least rot in hell.

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  4. All this bad news is good news . I feel nothing but contempt for Moreira . Hope they get him solid . His brother 2 .
    Then Numbers Man

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    1. 11:30 No man, get The Numbers Man first, then the moreiros...

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  5. bad deeds - sooner or later you done, homie

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  6. Amen
    Gracias Lucio

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  7. Mencho is more badass

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  8. HSBC in London laundered money for the zetas and were csught

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    1. So what, HSBC HAS A LICENSE TO MAKE A KILLING.
      why you think they moved from Hong Kong back home to the queen in the island after being in china since the 1700's? They even gave Hong Kong back to the chinese for being such good boys for so long...

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  9. Those cartels must miss these blogs during their business adventures. They need to read these like the stock market in the New York Times. If they did, people like this dude would be dead by now.

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  10. they wont survive here if the cartels do the same things as they do in USA

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    1. What sell drugs and kill and pay off officials figureheads in Europe can be bought off probably easier than American figureheads

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