Monday, August 29, 2016

The cartel of the sexenio, is CJNG, it is ready to enter the big leagues

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Sinembargo article

Subject Matter: The growth of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Juan Luis Garcia Hernandez
The first time that "Los Mata Zetas" revealed their existence was in two videos released in July of 2009. The then armed wing of the Sinaloa cartel had arrived in Veracruz with the objective of "adjusting accounts" with the armed group Los Zetas.

"For what cartel do you work?"
For Los Zetas
What is your function?
Go into town at night and find people with money and give that information to those who will come and kidnap them.
How long have you worked for Los Zetas?
Three years
How much do they pay you?
20,000 pesos for each person they kidnap
The above is an extract from one of the two videos.

The Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion has expanded from the States of Jalisco, Michoacán and Colima in 2010, until now it is a business that operates on four continents.




A grower of avacados in Tierra Caliente, Michoacán, turned into a leader of the largest band of traffickers of methamphetamine in the world. Maybe, none of this would have come to pass if Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes had stayed as local criminal. However, in the 80's he decided to go to the United States. There he learnt the business of distribution of synthetic drugs, and to his friend, today imprisoned, Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, leader of Los Cuinis, one of the most powerful in Mexico, according to United States authorities.

At 25 years old, "El Mencho" was arrested in Sacramento, California, for selling heroin. A court gave him five years in prison. He was deported as soon as his sentence was finished. On his return, he found shelter in an old faction of the Milenio cartel, that only produced synthetic drugs, and later he returned to the armed wing of the Pacific cartel to take on the cartels rivals.

Oseguera and Gonzalez have constructed an empire that exports drugs to countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and others in Latin America, as well as the United States. His principal plaza? Zapopan, Jalisco. In the same place where, six years previously, the capo of the Sinaloa cartel, Coronel Valencia was assassinated, and for who Nemesio worked when they were known as "Los Mata Zetas"


The war on narco trafficking has not affected all cartels equally. On the 8th of December, the then President Calderon Hinojosa declared at the end of his administration, the Pacific cartel ( or Sinaloa )
was at its strongest, assured specialist consultants. But with the change of Government, and with the sharing of power, the balance shifted to include new actors. With major destructive power, and influence in politics and money.

"Every administration in some manner appears to have some accord, as was the case with many presidents. A boss was born with that administration. It and he, now appear to be the most important organization among the leaders of crime. For example, in the administration of Felipe Calderon, the organization that had most power was the Sinaloa cartel, and it saw there consolidation of control in huge parts of the country. Now with EPN, the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion started to appear as a small ally of the Sinaloa cartel, they left and started to have institutional power", considers Guadalupe Correra-Cabrera, professor of the University of Texas in Brownsville.

A helicopter of the armed forces was taken down 240 kilometres from Guadalajara on the 1st of May last year with a grenade launcher, known as an RPG. That day was among the darkest in the recent history of Jalisco. With a toll of 8 soldiers, and one Federal policeman dead.


The helicopter had carried out a patrol after a wave of blockages and vehicles set on fire that paralyzed 25 of the 125 towns of the State, including the capital. The then commissioner of national security, Monte Alejandro Rubido Garcia, appointed much of the suspicion on the CJNG for being behind the incidents.

Since then the media resonance of the leader of the group El Mencho has not appeared on the radar. Since then Rubidio has intensified the search for him. A reward of 2 million pesos has been put on the table by the Federal Government for information that leads to his capture.

The capo was part of the organization that he would convert in the CJNG after the death of Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel Villareal, plaza boss of the Sinaloa cartel in Zapopan. His death on the 29th of July of 2010 handed El Mencho the reins and initiated his expansion into new territories.

"It is an organization that has taken advantage of the vacuum created by the fragmentation of others. Particularly, in the case of the Knights Templar in Michoacán. It is positioned highly in some markets particularly methamphetamines", said Alejandro Hope a security analyst.

Diverse allies of Oseguera Cervantes have been detained. Among them, two of his sons, Nemesio Oseguera Gonzalez "El Menchito", in June of 2015, later being freed; the same as Julio Alberto Castillo Rodriguez, son in law of Oseguera Cervantes, who also was captured in June of 2015, set free and recaptured in April.

To the eyes of the USA


In August of last year, the Department of Treasury of the United States catalogued the CJNG and Los Cuinis, as two of the emerging cartels in Mexico thanks to corruption and violence. So that all of the assets of these international crime organizations that have bases in the United States or citizens from that country are frozen.

"In recent years we have seen an erosion of the historically powerful cartels together with a surge of new cartels like CJNG and Los Cuinis. These two organizations have expanded rapidly their criminal enterprises in recent years", said John E Smith, director of OFAC.

The Department of the Treasury expounded that CJNG has consolidated in Colima, Michoacán and Jalisco. But its character also is international, with businesses outside of the United States, they have arrived in countries in Africa, Europe, and Asia, alerted the Federal dependency.

In a recent interview with Sinembargo, the Mayor of Guadalajara, for the Partido Movimiento Ciudadano, Enrique Alfaro Ramirez confirmed that presence of the narco trafficker in the second biggest city in Mexico. However, he expounded the fight against crime must be at the top of the priority list with support from the State and Federal entities.

For his part, the Governor of Jalisco Aristoteles Sandoval Diaz, of the PRI, accused on the 15th of April 2015, in an interview with Radio Formula, that the CJNG organization " had entrenched itself in the previous administration, not during my administration, it is from the previous Government."

However, Sandoval left the position in 2013 of District Attorney of the Secretary of Public Safety, his replacements Luis Carlos Najera and Alejandro Solorio both resigned the first in July 2015 and the second in December of that year.

"We know that the criminal organization does not operate along. In reality many of the circumstances have been protected by authorities on all levels, some local, State and Federal. We can think that here has been some complicity of the authorities of some type, or of various. We don't know well, but, definitely it coincides with a new administration. With new political leaders and possibly linked to various businessmen and politicians", expounded the Professor Correa Cabrera.

Kidnapping of the son/s of El Chapo


On 15th of August, six people that were in the restaurant La Leche in Puerto Vallarta, were kidnapped. Later authorities confirmed that among them was Alfredo Guzman, son of El Chapo Guzman, the recaptured leader of the Sinaloa cartel.

The prosecutor of Jalisco, Eduardo Almaguer, points the blame at the CJNG for being responsible for the event. A case was immediately launched by the PGR.

Four days passed, when members of the Guzman family said that Alfredo had been set free, together with the others. According to overseas international agencies, they believe he was freed on the night of the 19th of August. An event that lifted the suspicions of who really did it.

"It is interesting that they were kidnapped and released alive. Who does that? During a moment when El Chapo Guzman very probably is going to be extradited to the United States. With information that he has about politicians, heads of criminal groups, and the same about CJNG, that information is very important. We could plant the hypothesis that the kidnapping was a type of currency exchange to hide some information that he could give out", said Correa Cabrera.

"In fact, while El Chapo is where he is, unable to lead, re-organization should already be underway in his criminal organization. However, I think that unlike other groups, this is a very well structured cartel. Having the characteristics of a multinational. And given that, there are internal mechanisms to keep things moving, so it is clear we have not seen the end of it", he explained.

However the escalation of aggression of the Sinaloa cartel has been augmented. Alfredo Guzman, whom it is said, waits to inherit the criminal organization of his father, has not been seen with the seriousness of the cartel members that he would lead, says the editorial of CNN. Having been kidnapped, has not changed their opinion of him.

In the same type of sentiments, concern the average American, of the recent attack on the house of El Chapos mother in June, is a sign of weakening of the Sinaloa cartel. The mugging of the 86 years old woman occurred in La Tuna, in the municipality of Badiraguato, during which three men were murdered, as reported in various media.

While EPN promised that the Jefe would be extradited after his last recapture, the ringleader of the Sinaloa cartel languishes in Cefereso #9 in Juarez city.

No doubt his eventual extradition would create a new dynamic of violence, Stated the professor of the University of Texas.

"I believe that yes, there will definitely be violence. It was seen in the North East Mexico in the base of Los Zetas, because Osiel Cardenas Guillen gave testimony in the United States about the leadership of the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas. That triggered a war. That's at least my version of events. It may be that El Chapo agrees to give information as part of a plea bargain, and this will unleash violence of the same type that will weaken the Sinaloa cartel, due to infighting and internal fragmentation. This is definitely an advantage to the CJNG", he explained.

Original article in Spanish at Sinembargo

97 comments:

  1. Mencho part of milenio cartel!? Not!!!! He hated Armando Valencia,then leader of milenio! Mencho raised Armando Valencia son! I guess cuinis sister know how to pick drug lords! Lol¡!! Had kids with mencho and Armando!

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  2. One's a snitch always a snitch..! He's probably already snitching on mencho

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    1. 8:08 the snitch is mencho and its a fact thats one of the reason they call his cartel torciados (does that flipped gave information snitched or crossed they friends and went with they enemies) means alot of things in spanish..you right once a snitch,always a snitch...

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    2. Ya who in jail. And who's free? Snitches get stiches and freedom..... for abit until they get snitched on.

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    3. Chapo is a confirmed snitch, there are reports from the DEA that said once he opened his mouth the information he gave was way more than what they expected. Mencho is not a snitch he just left michoacan to form his own cartel.

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  3. Mencho era el que hacia los mandados a Nacho Coronel .El chapo era jefe del Nacho Coronel.

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    1. Jajaja , when was el chapo boss of nacho ? Last time i checked nacho was the king of synthetics and had his own piece of the federation which is composed or was composed of a few capos, the real leaders were el azul and el mayo in my opinion but who really knows

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    2. Era. Era cabron. No se vive en el pasado, se vive en el presente

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    3. Aora las cosas cambiaron

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    4. Todos an empesado de abajo menos los babies de el chaputo

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    5. 6:45 y los de la mencha, los del mayate, los de epn y la gaviota, y "w" ? They all were born with money, lots of it...

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  4. Bunch of pussys in cjng , like the notes says who will kidnap you and let you live , that show mensos plaza boss got kill for picking up the guzman sinaloa is there daddy

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  5. CJNG took over Michoacan with former head of public safety, Alfredo Castillo Cervantes, leading the way. Now he is head of all Mexican sports as leader of CONADE (a position not really qualified for). All of his government positions were given to him by EPN. Even when EPN was just a governor, EPN was assigning ACC to government positions. ACC in his new job just went to Rio Olympics, more so for the chance to make corrupt international business connections/meetings. CJNG gets precursor chemicals from Asia. EPN literally had his mansion financed and built by China.
    Corruption definitely at work.

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  6. Los zetas vs cdg war started cus costilla ordered el metro to kill el concord 3 who was in tight with the treviños and the zetas. The zetas told the cdg to kill el metro by so and so date when the date came the cdg acted first attacking the known zeta cells in the northeastern tamaulipas cities. Facts son.

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    1. Worst move CDG ever made. I bet in hind sight they would have done it differently.

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  7. First they cant even take over michoacan , tijuana
    Second they say they were gone take over mataulipas and nothing
    Last they got scared to kill el zapos sons lol cjng are a joke

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    1. Sounds like your talking about cds but unlike them cjng is actually doing it

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    2. Cjng is actually doing it? What? Lay off the Meth buddy.

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    3. Its true, not on meth. Rielero80 is just a cds groupie. You can tell by all his dumb coments lol

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  8. I don't know why the US government does not go into Mexico and take on the cartels with our military? This is much more of an important issue than the middle east or Europe because it is on our border, not 5000 miles away.

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    1. Because the violence hasnt spilled over to this side of the border. The cartels are at least smart enough to know that too mucj violence in the u.s. would be the downfall of the cartels. Perfect example is when juarez was the worlds murder capital for a few years while at the same time just over the river el paso was considered one of the top 3 safest cities in the whole u.s. i sure as hell wouldnt want my tax dollars going towarss another stupid war where american soldiers will surely die. The best way to defeat the cartels and win the war on drugs is legalize them and control them heavily. Cartels will go away and addicts will come out of the shadows and wont have to steal and there wont be as much aids or violence in inner cities. Also less overdoses, it would be a win win situation all around. Unfortunately our federal government still claims marijuana is dangerous and has no medicinal value even though every study ever done has proved otherwise. They just want to oppress people, same thing with all their illegal surveilance programs. Makes me just want to leave the country altogether

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    2. Because Mexican constitution does not allow an army from another country to work on Mexico, even if they're helping.

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    3. How do you identify the enemy? What if you kill a lot of innocent people?... how would you feel if mexico sent their military into the u.s to fight off criminals?

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    4. Why should it? The violence, the slaughter, the killings and terrorism is actually worse in Mexico than in the Middle East so mission accomplished ... or are you so stupid that you still believe that our wars in the Middle East is about peace and democracy??? If you are stupid enough to believe that then you probably have the capability to be stupid enough to believe that the 'War On Drugs' is about trying to protect us against the evils of drug consumption.

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    5. Mexico currently has nothing of "value" that would require US presence, the corruption actually benefits the US as anything that the country needs comes at a cheaper price...

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    6. To all Cartel: You are only hurting each other; killing innocents, making the rich more wealthy, taking the only choice away from the poor. No citizen in another state is responsible for what the cartels are doing to their own people. Your descendants will not honor you; they will resent you. The cartels are killing who could be united soldiers for a greater cause; slaughtering your own brothers, mothers, sisters, sons & daughters. Descendants will disown you. Friends will stab you in the back. You will ultimately take care of each other as a race and not for a common cause, but for your own selfish advances. I have personally fought for the rights of illegal immigrants in the U.S., have sheltered, clothed and cared for many.
      The cartels do not scare America. If you do not think we see what is happening, think again. Most of us have family in Mexico. The lines of whose who is unclear. The cartels are scaring each other and the innocent. They are ripping love from families, abducting their own sons and daughters, draining Mexican prise. This will only end in their own demise. So I ask, what are you fighting for? Surely not for family, land, love or possessions. Why are you wiping out your own people? I love many in Mexico. Some of the people that I love are missing. More importantly, some might have been kidnapped to fight for a cause that isn't theirs or would have been murdered. As a U.S. citizen, who should we kill? Which side is the right side? The cartels have taken our own and blurred the dividing lines of intent. You want attention? You've always had it. At one point our sympathy, as well. But, the U.S. isn't going to do your killing for you when you all seem to be doing such a great job at taking care of each other, yourselves!
      Some might say that I have made a study out of gangs of all origin and descent. I think any one can agree, in any country, that the success of organized crime depends on political corruption. Think. Would you like to know the difference between gangs in the U.S. & gangs in Mexico? Dignity.
      The cartels are not succeeding, they are digressing. By the end of the year, there will be no free people left or chance for genuine unity among innocents. The cartels are making damn sure of that right now.
      Undignified people do not deserve sympathy. Disrespectful people do not deserve acknowledgment.
      I know that members of the cartels are probably reading this right now, probably get off on websites like these. My questions to you; are you my brother or sister? Have you lost cause? Will your friends or family live to see another day? When is the last time you spoke with them? Seen them? When is the last time that you loved? Are you bringing shame to your ancestors & descendants? Are you a self deficit? Have you compromised your soul? Your family? For what? Is this at the expense of other States' drug habits? There is a special place in hell for those who do not respect and instead ridicule the deceased; a designated area for people who rape, kidnap and murder children. Or is this place called Mexico, these days? The U.S. has taken in countless refugees & welcome innocents with open arms. A day will come, because of the cartel, that Americans; refugees; blood of your blood will not protect or trust Mexico as they have in the past; Is that day today?

      Let me tell you one last thing. It is the enormous amount of respect and love for Mexico's people that the U.S. does not invade. Now, who is to save? Who is in Cartel, by choice? You do not want the U.S. to invade because the government would not ask those questions. Look what the U.S. has done to the Middle East. There is no right or wrong side. Your second mistake is in thinking we helped them whatsoever. The government funded mercenaries for who they thought were on the 'right' side. The first mistake made is in thinking there is one.

      Take care of you & yours.

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    7. Why wouldd we do that. Mexico is doing a good job bringing down the human population. We have overproducdd

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    8. Cartels violence it's very well documented in USA bordertowns the kidnappings don't get reported people who stole loads from someone powerful enough to have the culprit kidnapped or killed in USA soil it does happen just not big number massacres or whole cells fighting against another cell or against the marines or Mexican army that shit stays over their side.

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  9. Fuck CJNG , all about the Beltran levya and Mazatlecos

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    1. Pendejo Theres An Alliance with CJNG And BLO

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  10. why do they have water bottles in front of them with masks on.. mamones

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    1. I was dying when I saw this comment

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    2. Es pa'que la raza no piense que son pisteadores de pulque:)

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    3. It gets hot playing dress up.

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    4. They are environmentally conscious and not a gang of winos, and may be federal police and university graduates, the DFS and the Pentathlon Olimpico Militar used to give scholarships to the best athletes and students, they quickly knew who was the boss and the politics to support if they wanted their bread and butter.

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  11. found the funding. good job, homs. sinaloa is done soon!

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  12. Chapo is a wuss of course he is going to rat everyone out. Hed probably rat everyone out just to get a little more time on the yard. He was already talking about cutting a deal not too long ago and waiving extradition. All the tens of thousands of people that he murdered and hes acting like such a biatch in jail.he ruined mexico i never wish jail on anyone but him i hope he rots in solitary confinement

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  13. Earlier this month, the DEA proved its utter detachment from reality – and its subservience to Big Pharma – by maintaining the classification of cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug. This means, according to their classification system, it has “no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”

    The decision was a surprise to many who were expecting the agency to acknowledge the 21st century body of scientific evidence on cannabis’ medicinal value, and the real-life stories of people cured through this plant. The Free Thought Project has documented many examples of children suffering from constant epileptic seizures, who, after receiving CBD treatment (an extract of cannabis), experience a dramatic reduction in seizures and gain a quality of life like never before.

    The DEA’s tyrannical chokehold on the wondrous potential of medical cannabis is downright criminal.
    The DEA nightmare is legalization drugs, any drugs! They strive to fail in the war on drugs to be successful! A real paradox!
    Their power and $$$$ will evaporate!

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    1. Too much bread to be made son

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    2. The example provided, although a very good example, is the exception and not the rule. At the State level many examples of the contrary can be found. Way too many factors to consider when it comes time to legalize, one of the major reasons some States allow it is because of the time it takes to fully prosecute someone, which many consider is a waste of time, when it comes to marijuana.

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  14. The good news is, hardly anyone really cares what the DEA thinks. Civil disobedience is happening all over the country as individuals and even state governments recognize the injustice of cannabis prohibition. In a heartening example, one brave Georgia lawmaker admitted that he goes to Colorado to secure medical grade cannabis and brings it back to treat sick children in his own state.

    Soon after the DEA gave its decision, Washington state – which has legalized the recreational and medicinal use of cannabis – announced perhaps the boldest act of defiance yet.

    As The News Tribune reported:


    Washington state is moving ahead with its plans to allow scientific research of marijuana, sidestepping federal rules that critics say have hampered study of the drug for decades.

    The state has a new marijuana research license that will allow laboratories to grow marijuana for scientific study. State officials expect to start accepting applications for the new license by January.

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  15. The DEA says they “don’t have enough research” to say cannabis has medicinal value, but their own impossibly strict regulations have stifled research for decades. So Washington is directly addressing this disingenuous claim by paving the way for more research – and, very satisfyingly, giving the DEA the middle finger.

    As Sam Méndez, executive director of the Cannabis Law & Policy Project at the University of Washington School of Law, points out: “It can take up to two years just to get the federal licenses in the first place, because the process is so long and onerous.”

    And, when a researcher finally does get a federal license, the only place they can get research-grade cannabis is from the University of Mississippi. Further, when discoveries are made about the medicinal properties of cannabis, they cannot be applied to state-level systems.

    Washington’s state licensing program will bypass these absurd hurdles, and will open the door for private research facilities to conduct research as well as state universities. Research-grade cannabis can be sourced from within the state from a variety of qualified producers.


    The state Liquor and Cannabis Board is now setting up a scientific review panel to scrutinize applications for the new marijuana research license, a first step toward opening the door to applicants, said board spokesman Brian Smith.

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    1. Ya saquen el tokesito de la mota y dejense de tanto blah blah blah. Como decimosen el mundo de los mariguanos:toky roll, "toki roll"

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    2. 11:26 Not without scientific disclaimer, grifa must only be smoked for scientific research, not just to burn the devil's toenails to get some camels seduced.

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  16. Learn from El mz has never been caught

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    1. Learn from the mayitos they've all been caught lol

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    2. Ummm well his sons got caught and ratted out CDS and confirmed MZ is the BIG rat daddy.

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    3. Pancho villa gave an interview to a journalist, then he got assassinated, el mayo zambada did not know that when he gave interview to procesos Julio scherer, caro quentero tampoco, ni la chapa, pero ya los train...
      --Don't ask me for interviews.

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  17. Can someone please update Mensos picture? You are making Menso look like Billy the Kid with that 1 lone picture. The guy is probably unrecognizable already.

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    1. Probably grey haired and 50 pounds heavier

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  18. Update Menchos picture, all the other drug lords has had multiple pictures taken, what makes Menso special? He probably don't look like that no more hahaha

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    1. Maybe he never takes pictures like the low key narcos unlike anthax and spoiled litle chapo brats. Lol

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    2. Is kinda funny how reports say it was him!!! It's like a missing persons face on a milk carton. This is jim my he was 7 years old 30 years ago help us find him.

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  19. ~ N.W.C ~ new world cartel!

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  20. Push come to shove CJNG still has to pay either the CDG, zetas, Juarez or CDS to get their shit across without having problems. This cartel as soon as mencho is found either by the CDS or mexican law enforcement, will disband and turn into a fraction of what Zetas are today when everybody claimed they were in this exact position 6-7 yeas ago. Sinaloa has generations of people in the business while this cat from michoacan only has his brother in laws lol most CJNG members aint from jalisco which I find too funny..

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    1. Wel los cunis have the power and mencho has the balls

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    2. Only its leader is from michoacaca I know a lot of top leaders in lots altos Region all from jalisco they even have Jalisco gunmen fighting for Colima

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    3. Why is it funny we all know jalisco love to play swords and michoacanos no se quedan abajo they the perfect match

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    4. 5:35 you mean it's leaders are from michoacan. Cjng is in jalisco so of course they will have some players from there but most are michoacanos, guerrerenses abdveven sinaloas

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  21. Off topic: human rights commission finds police massacred people, planted evidence...Mexican federal police chief sacked.

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    1. For once the MX government uses their power to get a job done correctly

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    2. 7:46 Commenters fack up again, no LINKS...THANKS FOR NOTHING...

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  22. CJNG bola de torcidos se les olvido que CDS es su padre.

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  23. Rio doce and blog del narco reporting sinaloa told mencho whetever happens to my son will happen to el menchito dam sinaloa dont play

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    1. Oh please, that would be the least

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  24. Otras fuentes cercanas al caso indicaron que en un momento dado las negociaciones fueron tensas debido a que del lado del cártel de Sinaloa usaron a El Menchito como ‘‘factor preponderante’’, y advirtieron que si los Guzmán no salían vivos, la respuesta sería: ‘‘ojo por ojo, diente por diente aqui topa con piedra michoacan dijo el mayo

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  25. Mencho had a business [growing avocados] but changed businesses.What happened to the theory about not having any work?I say simple greed.If he had hung in the avocado business has exploded in the last 10 years when fast foods introduced the avocado to the masses.

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    1. Everyone wants quick money and lots of it

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    2. Yeah 10 pesos a piece and after taxes you get 5 shit you cant blame the guy fuck any sort of having to pay taxes especially here in the us where we get double taxed

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    3. Even the avocado industry is run by cartels in mex.

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    4. The growers don't make a living from avocados or lemons or mariguana or poppy or cacaina, or meth, it is always the middlemen and the lushers before the consummer, the producers usually get 2% of all the moneys generated, the middlemen 8%, the puppet masters make about 90% according to UN reports...

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    5. Avocado growers get extorted too

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    6. That's about the same in most countries.I forget what a farmer makes on a loaf of bread but it's in nickels.I myself am in the Canadian cherries and peach business for 3 months of the year on the retail end.The producer sells to a wholesaler who sells to the retail end but like dope the price goes down with volume bought and I more than double my money on a 20 lb case of cherries because I'm selling in small volume.A $40 case of cherries from the wholesaler can turn into $120 so I know the producer isn't making too much and if it rains they have to pay for helicopters to fly slow over the orchards to divert the rain so it won't split the cherries.Big bucks.A farmer only has so much land but a wholesaler or retailer can grow like crazy his customer base.

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  26. We're all gonna make it brah!!!

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  27. There are reports saying that sinaloa cartel with the help of the federal government kidnaped mechos son el menchito from prison and told mencho if he did not release chapos sons they will kill his son menchito and aperently that was the reason why mencho released chapos sons.

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    1. It's almost believable. Notice once it was said chapos getting moved back to the same prison as his son. They let them go? Maybe showing hey eye for an eye. You kill mine I kill yours. Who knows tho.

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    2. What a load of propaganda crap for the CDS! Everytime something happens against CDS it is said that either the CDS allowed it and or did it as an example like when they recently killed Mayos nephew. Grow up! Shit happens and sometimes it goes well and sometimes it doesn't thats all!

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    3. Whos Mayos newphew? Oh yea a nobody he never mattered lol

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    4. When shit comes sideways ass first that is BAAAD MAN, ever tried it? It is killing epn...

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  28. Mencho eres un ayudante como se te occure ir en contra del senor Chapo .

    Chapo was like se me tocan a mis hijos te mandamos a Menchito en pedacitos

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  29. I would love to see an all-out war between cds and cjng. It would be a crazy war but only from cjng. cds doesn't have enough foot soldiers like cjng that's why they resolve to governments help. I think that's what made cds so strong. A Cds and cjng war would weaken both and nake Beltranes expand more to cds plazas. Beltranez/zetas and Cartel de Juarez would be the only ones that would benefit from this all-out war. Real spit

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    1. Am no CDS groupie but it seems their always fighting more than one cartel at one time.

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    2. Cjng is like the zetas when they were with cdg. It was the strongest arm wing cds ever had. Anthax?.. Acme?... those last two are lame compared to real sicarios.

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  30. Thanks Otis,
    @ 5:50 ?? the violence has NOT spilled over the border into the US ? R U kidding ?
    Delusional ? Plus, unfortunately, the Hard Drugs just will not EVER be legalized in our lifetime. Period. Besides, don't forget all the other tentacles of ORg Crime / D Cartels.......no escape.

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    1. No se vale con el nuevo Cartel de los Tientaculos, se escaparon del metro de la ciudad de mexico.

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  31. Via satelite sabemos que ismael el mayo se reunio con el mencho i le dejo en claro que sinaloa es su padre , i testigos confideciales aseguran que el mayo le dijo "aver michocano joto asi como toda tu bola de bocones mata a lis chapos i te mueres tu i tu hijo " i grabaciones optenidas sabemos que el mencho se cago i lloro

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    1. Cool El May! If in fact that did happen. You go boy!

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  32. Its about time the governments around the world ended this insane war on drugs which is basically a war on the poor. Decriminalise and control it all and use the billions saved to create jobs, education and help those in addiction. Its a total nonsense the jails are full of non violent drug users. I am fed up with seeing people resorting to crime and prostitution because we continue this folly of prohibition. Of course no government has the stomach to end the misery in Mexico and the rest of the world because they are spineless. Drugs were never as problematic before being outlawed. The misery being inflicted on the people of Mexico as well as those around the world only benefits the criminals who traffic and agency s who all profit from others pain.

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    1. @12:38
      Best comment I have every read on BB!
      On Point!!! 100%

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    2. If it was only this simple. Decriminalization is certainly better than legalization. History repeats itself, read about the Opium Wars of 1839-1842 and 1856-1860. Advocate free market suffering sounds so simple but enslavement to chemicials is a tragedy of huge proportions. Agreed Draconian sentencing is not the answer but governments are generally clueless about the importance of prevention for youth, etc. We do not sentence tobacco sales to 20+ years. The U.S. is the largest exporter of tobacco products which kill so many people. Are other countries going to indict and demand extradition of our tobacco cartel?? We to realize that criminalization cannot solve all of the vices of humankind. But, wide open legalization is equally foolish. Mexico deserves much better.

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  33. CJNG cant even take out the Knights Templar of Michoacan. They sure are ready for the big leagues lol

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  34. If CJNG was in the big leads they would have never backed down and released chapos sons - they would have made execution tapes

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  35. Please don't give these pos' respect. They should NOT be called cartels. They should only be called what they are which is,.. Criminal organizations which may be lead by a certain individual.

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  36. Sexenio is the term used to define a presidential term. (6 years) the reference here is of course the presidential term of EPN

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