Saturday, September 17, 2016

By using social media, sicario illustrates how "business" continues behind prison walls

"Benny Juarez" for Borderland Beat original article BCSNoticias
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his article illustrates how easily criminality is able to operate behind prison walls.  This post is about an incarcerated La Paz sicario, who has multiple cell phones providing access to social media and messaging. By using these tools he is able to communicate with narcos outside prison. This sicario is not a high caliber narco, one can only imagine what high profile capos have at their disposal.

La Paz, Baja California Sur (BCS)
From research intelligence, it was detected that Simon Guillermo alias "El Simon", or as better known "El Sepultero" (The Undertaker), operated from inside the "Centro de Reinserción Social (Cereso) de La Paz" with with a mobile phone, providing him with the ability of using social networks.

It was announced yesterday, Simón Guillermo, was found in possession of almost 150,000 pesos in cash , three  cellular  phones , marijuana and crystal inside his cell, due to this, he was transferred, along with  five other high profile prisoners, he was taken aboard a plane belonging to the Attorney General of the Republic, to the Deputy Attorney Agency that Specializes in Organized Crime ((SEIDO).


At the beginning of last August, the correctional facility was being investigated for the presence of mobile devices unlawfully used inside the prison.  It was then when members of the investigating agency detected that Simón Guillermo kept communication with alleged Sicarios and Traffickers of La Paz, among them “El Guero Rufles”.


Simón Guillermo, always had access to his social networks and was active on Facebook with the alias of: “Wero Peña”.  He was released on July 14 of 2015 citing “lack of evidence”. He was re-arrested in August of the same year, when an intense internet activity by him was detected, but this time, under the pseudonym “Manuel Peña”.

In his profile picture, he is observed with navy blue jeans, black shirt, beige belt and a watch.

On that same page we can see comments from a  La Pa sicario who is known by the moniker  “El Guero Rwmble” (El Guero Rufles), who positions himself at Simon's service and “waiting for activation orders”
Wero Rwmble: "Careful with the fire !. You comin’ back ! ... Queers..”Manuel Peña: ‘jajajajaj Wassup pa’ How we doin?’Wero Rwmble: “Just waiting for your order to activate” ...you already know “Viejon”
Therefore, the authorities concluded  that Simon was operating from inside the penitentiary, with killers and narcos in the city of La Paz.


The last activity recorded in his profile was last August 28, when he was inside the Cereso; There, you can also see pictures of him and his buddies, completely covered with legends like " The killers from patiios area”

29 comments:

  1. Yes.......plus there was gunfire during the transfer outside the CERESO prison and the head prison dude had his house ratatatatated the next morning . He did not show up for work and is resigning and being investigated if I am not mistaken.

    Thanks guest reporter for BCS news.
    The City named Peace is not peaceful.

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  2. Everybody should have two chicken in every pot, two cars in every garage, and as many phones as he can fit up his ass, after prisoners get raped by a dozen pinacates, that is the least you can do for them, no?

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  3. I wonder if it's the same wero who would post comments on her about T.J and the AFO?

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  4. That's mexico . Corruption is prevalent in all peoples . Mexicans seen to be especially susceptible to it . Cell phone in the us prisons ? I'm sure but not like this .

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    1. the prison , jail system is so corrupt here in southern california that sherrif lee baca got his ass handed to him by the fbi . state prisons and county are two different joints but here the sureños run the show for la eme . i have seen with my own eyes my own compas take selfies from county . they run facebook accounts from behind the walls . how?? ?? the answer: money ,drugs for the guards. corruption

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    2. Yea there corruption everywhere . Its just that everything is run so loose to start with in Mexico it let corruption become more prolific .
      Knew of a prison guard getting caught sneaking tobacco into a no tobacco prison . I'm sure he ended up with charges . He was allowed to leave but not wearing a uniform . Didn't have civilian cloths with him so he had to wear inmate white home . Bet that looked good on a resume . Fired for smuggling contraband into a correctional facility . On that same unit a CO , lieutenant in fact went into San Antonio and stabbed a man to death in a bar . Stayed in Jail 2 weeks and was able to bond out . Came back to work but his shift was changed .
      Watched that same lieutenant help certain high ranking gang members get cell assignments together . By the way it wasn't the prison gang that seems to own the words San Antonio in prison . It was their rivals from farther south . Later there was a prison break from this place . The notorious Connally 7 . That was a diverse bunch . Bet it wasn't gang related .

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  5. Con dinero vaila el Perro...

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    1. Con escuela aprendemos a escribir.

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  6. Just shows you the level of intelligence.

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    1. 2:02 a güebooo, let's see yours? Nada there, I knew it.

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  7. What would happen if you were to contact one of these guys on social media?

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  8. american gangsters do the same

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    1. Not that easily. They are routinely searched.

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    2. In these past few weeks I've seen inmates go live on facebook for hours...

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    3. 9:26 have you found a few worth your welfare check? Share fotos please, send to El Sol Perdido.

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  9. There are hundreds of inmates in US PRISONS that have cell phones,that doesn't mean sh*t

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  10. This is nothing special, they're are hundreds of inmates in US PRISONS that have cell phones and send "order's" to their people in the streets.

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    1. Wrong... totally not true.

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    2. 1000's of inmates in federal prisons in the US have cell phones, my bar tender from the local bar facetimes her husband who has been locked up for 8 years while shes working... Seen it myself and I've talked to my brothers friend in county over a cell phone who was doing 5 years for selling crystal...

      Cell Phones are one of the biggest things confiscated from inmates in jails/prisons.

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  11. Those two guys in the first pic look like they are spank brothers waiting in line to look at nude pics on that phone. Haha

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    1. I doubt it. Looks like he is looking at a phone and someone else is taking the pic

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    2. @10:51 is 4th in line. Pobrecito. Best save some battery for him. Next time try forming a circle around the phone.

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  12. Easy access to phones in jails here in England that's how shot callers call shots..why is this shocking

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  13. Scum piece of shit hang the bitch in his cell.

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