Friday, October 28, 2016

Executed Federal Judge Had Cases of Top Drug Lords

Republished and Translated by Yaqui ..for Borderland Beat from Zeta Oct 19, 2016

Jose Refugio Rodriguez Nunez, Lawyer for drug trafficker Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera, alias “ El Chapo”, denied that his client is involved in the murder of  the Federal Judge Antonio Vincente Bermudez Zacharias, executed around 7:30 PM Monday, Oct 17, 2016 by a shot to the neck while he was jogging near his home in Metepec, State of Mexico.

In an interview with journalist Carlos Loret de Monet, on the morning show on Televisa Network, the defender of the former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel said that versions of the story that want to tie his client  to the murder of the judge as “ pure sensationalism”.

The attorney said that he has had no contact with the federal judge, Bermudez Zacharias since the past March when  the Judge arrived at the Fifth District Court of Appeals and  Civil Judgements in the State of Mexico, and although he did not have the pleasure of knowing him in that capacity, he thought that he was an honest man.

“It is sensationalism and talk without basis, to try to establish who gave the suspension of the appeal”, he said when asked about the pending extradition to the US of “El Chapo “ Guzman, which was resolved in the Fifth Court, but it was before Judge Bermudez Zacharias had assumed his position there.

Additionally, Rodriguez Nunez qualified the murder of the federal judge as reprehensible and they were actions that “infuriate society”. He reiterated that he and his litigant had no contact with the judge and that they knew him as an honest person.

To Excelsior, Rodriguez Nunez explained that his client “is not affected by this judge nor has he benefited from the resolution of this phase of his case”,  and recalls that the  injunction is only to gain time : The resolution that was granted came from Mexico City.

In a later interview with journalist Ciro Gomez Leyva of Radio Formula, another lawyer of “El Chapo”, Carlos Castillo, said that the judge only analyzed the request for extradition of his client to the US but was not the one who approved it. Castillo added that “His Honor Senor Vincent tried thousands of appeal cases as a judge in the District Court of Appeals, nothing criminal, nothing but cases of transfers. Mr Bermudez Zacharias was not head of the court at that point in time and only examined the merits of the application of the appeals process.”  Castillo called Bermudez Zacharia “as a person of the Judiciary, he was capable, honest, studious, very humble, a very simple and honest man”.


In addition to the case of “El Chapo” Guzman, the judge presided over the 40 day arraignment of Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, alias “El Cuini”, one of the leaders of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generation (CJNG) while necessary investigations were made before his final internment in Prison El Altiplano Amoloya in Juarez.

Additionally he led the trial of Miguel Trevino.  An appeal by lawyers of  “Z40” to dismiss any attempt to move him  to  a different maximum security prison was being analyzed by Judge Bermudez Zacharias since last week.  any attempt to move him  to  a different maximum security prison was being analyzed by Judge Bermudez Zacharias since last week.

Bermudez Zacharias, 37 years old, studied for his law degree at The University of Guanajuato and later completed his Masters Degree in Criminal Law from the University Iberoamericana Leon.. He was a District Judge since December 2013 and specialized in Criminal Penal System and Appelate Law. He previously served as the Sixth Judge specializing in processing searches and wiretapping communications tied to cases of  drug trafficking. (Cateos, Arraigos, y Intervencion de Comunicaciones) in Mexico City.

He originally served in the Sixth Civil Court of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice of The State of Guanajuato.

Another appeals judgement under analysis was that of Gilardo Lopez Astudillo, a  lieutenant of the Guerreros Unidos, suspected of being responsible for the kidnapping and disappearance of the 43 Student Teachers ( Normalistas) of the Rural Normal School Raul Isidro Burgos Ayotzinapa in Iguala, Guerrero.

“El Guano” Has Not Sought Me Out says Lawyer of  “El Chapo"

Regarding versions of the story involving Aureliano Guzman Salazar, alias "El Guano”, brother of “El Chapo” being responsible for the military ambush last Sept 30 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, the lawyer said that he no information regarding that incident and therefore could not comment.

When asked whether the family of Aureliano Guzman has sought to distance himself from the case of the ambush as the sons of “El Chapo” have, Rodriguez Nunez again said that he has had no contact with them and views that as a theme of persecution against “El Chapo”.President Enrique Pena Nieto has given instructions to the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) to take charge of the investigation and case of the judge’s murder.


29 comments:

  1. I heard, and I know many a dumb ass statement start with I heard, but did that judge also have high profile cases involving CJNG? I am not a cheerleader of any group but it does seem to me that the brazen, gutsy stuff has been carried out by la gents del el SR de los Gallos

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    1. Dumbass, read completely the article and you will soon come across the name of "el cuini "..
      He has more money than your favorite trafficker..el Latin lover

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    2. How do you know cuini has more money are u there bank accountant or how u know that

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    3. Los cuinis make more money because they push drugs by the border of tj juarez and nuevo laredo plus they ship drugs by colima and veracruz and they own many companys resorts and who knows what else all over the world and very little drugs are ever seized by feds also less labs are ever discoverd that belong to cjng they also steal patrolium and sell it cds dont have as many opertunity like to send drugs out world wide like cjng has

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    4. How much money does a cartel need to pay a tweeker to kill a judge in Mexico? I mean really. Fuck with the wrong twerking ass cartel and your brain gets scrambled like ol boy. It's not rocket science.

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    5. Cds members are tweakers too they alway do drugs before fighting thats why the always end up on the pavement packed with lead

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  2. North Americans: If you want to understand what's going on in Mexico, study the dirty war, in Central America. In the 70's and 80's. You can start with Iran/contra and proceed from there.
    Assasinations, payoffs, clandestine military units designed to intimidate the general population and officials into silence are nothing new. What is new is that this has reached the US border.

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    1. Mexico is a part of North America dumbass

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    2. 8:40 it reached the US border in the 70s so that is not new.

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    3. Asi es compa. Lo dice la cancion de los tigres del norte.

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    4. Sorry 10:18 you are correct, and since your correcting people why not apply your dss comment on every person who uses the term USA. America is all the americas, no?
      Get to work guy.

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    5. @10:18 don't jump to unnecessary name calling...
      @8:40 clearly addresses "North Americans" then makes statement.

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    6. 8:40 - Very relevant example. It's an unspoken partnership to import more drugs so the USA can sell more arms. The USA is the largest weapons kingpin in the world and between arms manufacturers, lobbyist and the politicians benefiting I don't see this changing. If the USA really wanted to keep citizens healthy and off drugs they would buy less guns and patches and educate the young to reduce demand. This has proven effective in many countries with over two decades of proof.

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    7. The USA does not sell most of the weapons sent to mexico, but the US government helps the weapons dealers move their shit because the NRA pays lobbyists to grease the wheels around with the politicians,.
      The USA has many people that do not approve of their government's behavior arounder the world, much more than half of the US population, and the other half spends their waking hours justifying the political expediency and the benefits to "Ouer Couentry" helped by the memories of "Ronnie"

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    8. The geographics of the american continent are not what weighs here, but the white black and latino north and south, because while on the north US and Canada is mostly all white in first class with second class citizens on the back of the bus killing each other with occasional help of the police but well fed, the story changes on the Latin america, South of the US.
      --STARTING IN MEXICO, where there was mass murders a few co?mite by the state, where Latinos are badly schooled and I'll fed.and health care is only for the well fed and better paid and the police has started toass murder the people as part of a state sponsored terrorism against the third world mexican members of the third class world started in earnest by presidente FECAL who used to dress in military surplus uniforms he borrowed in mexico in 2006, compare the mass murdering before that, even for the election of carlos salinas de gortari, el PRI only.murdered or disappeared about 1 000 members of the PRD that still won the election stolen with complicity of "el jefe" Diego fernandez de ceballos turned into a panista great leader of the cover-up. That is where the mass murdering of mexicans started ramping up after all that practice to keep the assassins practicing, all of them all over LatinAmerica unleashed by the US government ambassadors of "good will"...
      Muchas Grasias.

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  3. Must be tough being a judge in Mexico. Either you let them go or they will kill you.. he had all the hard drug kingpins, it could have been any one of them. He was young too for a judge only 37. Sux

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    1. Not as hard as being a hard working family man I bet. If this guy was a judge he had a leg up on 99% of the rest of the population. In Mexico being in a place of power is birth a right not hard work. I have never heard of a person going from rags to riches in Mexico without some sort of corruption. You are born into your position in Mexico. There is no such thing as an American Dream south of the border.

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  4. They all look so puffy in their pics like their immunity system is getting the best of them or like they are holding in an Island of rocks. The pictures of the ones extradited to the U.S. of A appear healthy and firm rather than jaundice and bloated

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    1. 9:01 there must be something in the roughage prisoners get fed in mexico, like maybe money to order tacos from outside, US prison foodstuffs are not exquisite delicacies either, kilos of sugar and pink bologna and half cooked powdered eggs in shiny new disposable trays is not real cuisine, but I have had STEAKS AND PORK CHOPS IN PRISON, IN EL PASO, FOR CHRISTMAS SEASON.ūüĎć

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  5. He should of came to the US where he could have earned good money n a good career n a good retirement n not get killed.

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    1. estas equivocado, guano viene de aureliano. tal como pancho de francisco, lalo de eduardo, chano de emereciano,chalo gonzalo. aureliano es guano.

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  6. Can anyone tell Chapos brother that his nickname Guano, means Bat shit. Hahaha

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    1. I bet it has to do with marijuana farming as bat guana is used in the flower cycle.

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    2. El chapo's real nickname should be "El Chapo Guano"... lol

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  7. Looks like somebody didn't know how to bake cookies

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  8. Five dead in penjamo guanajuato
    http://periodicocorreo.com.mx/penjamo-manana-terror-ejecutan-cinco/

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  9. Just a few articles apart on the BB homepage you have judges being killed for doing their job and others letting criminals go for 'lack of evidence'. Hopeless feeling honestly.

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  10. The assassin was a tweeked out rookie. The fucker got so close to the judge he knew the sack of bones was there. Anyone with any type of marksmanship would have gotten the judge from at least 10 meters away not 10 millimeters. No matter what anyone says it was the CDS who sent him. Their tanga wearing sicarios are known to have questionable gun play skills. Just ask the Z, BLO, Nuevo Juarez, CJNG and CAF. I'm surprised the assassin didn't leave a business card with a lip stick impression showing the Cartel De Sanchas did the hit. Putos!!!

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