Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Mexico extradites druglord "El Jabali" and his opponent "El Charmin""

Original article available at ZETA
Translated by El Wachito

The Procuraduria General de la Republica (PGR),  confirmed that the drug lord Panfilo Flores Apocada, known as "El Charmin", member of the criminal organization Los Mazatlecos, was extradited to the United States. Authorities also extradited Jose Vazquez Villagrana, alias el "El Jabali", a former collaborator of the Sinaloa Cartel.


"El Charmin" is  nephew of Fausto Isidro Meza Flores, alias "El Chapo Isidro" lider of Los Mazatlecos. Flores Apodaca is required by the Federal court of the District of Columbia, for his responsibility in crimes associated with criminal activities against human health, and for possession of firearms.

In Mexico, the PGR claimed that "El Charmin" was in charge of fields used for the cultivation of narcotics and in charge of the distribution of narcotics, for which he was apprehended in the Centro de Ejecuciones de las Consecuencias Juridicas del Delito (CECJUDE), in los Mochis.

"El Charmin" was detained by Mexican Marines in the municipal town of Guasave, with the communications operator of his organization, Jesus Octavio Barroso. Both were arrested with half a kilogram of meth, a kilo cocaine, a firearm and magazines.

On the other side, "El Jabali" was in charge of the entrance and exit of Marihuana into Arizona. He was involved in the assesination of 12 agents of the Policia Estatal Preventiva of the state of Sinaloa in July of 2011.
"El Jabali" served in the US Army before operating for "El Chapo"


He was also accused of the murder of two members for the Mexican Army in January of 2012 in Guasave. "El Jabali" is required by the Federal court of the District of Florida, for criminal association and crimes against human health.

Once the procedures for extradition were complete, the Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE), turned over the criminals. The execution of the extradition was clear and firm after the accused ran out of legal resources to prevent their extradition.

On October 6 of 2016 they were turned over to US Marshals and FBI agents at the International Airport of Toluca, in the State of Mexico.

39 comments:

  1. Cool his Ticket out of Mexico

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    1. Yupp, he'll live better now, with 3 meals a day n very comfortable alone.

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    2. Maybe he join the Witness Protection Program n he can live in Kentucky with a whole new life.

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    3. Not cool keep the Mexican trash in Mexico.we don't need to import bad guys we got plenty.

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  2. "Welcome to the the unite states " dijera el gabacho pero a mi las weritas asi me reciben del otro lado

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    1. No mames guey. Ni vieja as de tener perro

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    2. Ya duermete. Deja el foco en paz

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    3. Please stay in Mexico.

      Thanks!

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    4. Pinche jabali culo no que primero muerto que caer prisonero pa eso me gustabas

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  3. There better off here in the states!

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    1. Can't go wrong with the US Penal System.

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    2. Really who is going to pay to keep this Mexican garbage here in USA soil.

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    3. You and your tax dollars 2:10

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    4. 2:10 pemex may help some, televisa got 100 million dollars from javier duarte for a 40 minutes "interview" and the good news, javier duarte has asked for and received a license to leave the state government "for health reasons" epn wants to kill his ass after he received so many millions of pesos and dollars from la "marrana" duarte, the ingratitude...

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  4. U.S. prisons are the worst. You'll be lucky if you come out alive. He is better off in Mexico

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  5. 7:38 sales con unas buenas todo el tiempo lol

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  6. Primero muerto que preso

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  7. El jabali... future witness against his boss...el chapo

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  8. I Think you got el jabalí story wrong.

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  9. If they didnt commit any crimes here why would they have to be extradited?

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  10. El Jabali was in the U.S. Army and then killed men from the Mexican Army? That's terrible.

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  11. Crossing the border legally heading for life in solitary in a dog cage at ADX. LOL I have no pity on their worthless souls and I hope they go insane talking to the walls. LOL!!!

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    1. That is nothing to hope dor. That is a forgone conclusion. Trust me, every inmate who spends enough time at the Alcatraz of the Rockies ends up talking to those walls. They never talk back. Ill take lethal injection on my first day incarcerated over dying of natural causes in that living hell anyday.

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    2. Henry, el guero palma has come back to mejico, he did not "die" on adx and he is not the only one.

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  12. Panfilo Flores is an uncle of chapo isidro. He was the one person handling business for the Beltrans, including kidnapping young pretty girls for their parties. Chapo isidro was the mandadero for them, washing the trucks, getting the cigarrets and the beer in other words the errand boy for the Beltran bros. El jabali was in charge in Tubutama Sonora and around Magdalena and Santaana Son. He never served in the US Army. Maybe Mexican Army.

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    1. El jabali is us a citizen born in sd

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    2. Didnt they kick that dude iut the plaza? Panfilo was a dick head straight up
      -CDS nutthuger

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  13. Excellent , two more down, thousands to go.


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  14. Desde Tierra Caliente

    Es de extrañar si la extradición no es una cuestión del pago de dinero. Si no se paga ningún dinero, entonces la persona que va a EUA. Los criminales como El Chapo podrían estar transmitiendo una gran cantidad de dinero a la gente con poder. Se quedará en México para la eternidad

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  15. Straight up bullshit...how you going to accuse El Jabali of murdering mexican soilders and police and then extradite him? Dude is just a pawn to keep the US politicians at bay. Pobre familia de el jabali!!. Viva Sonora putos!!!!

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  16. why wont they post the article about the cjng infighting in jalisco limits they posted it on the forum its called cjng settles its accounts in jalisco i dont get it they rarely post anything thats cjng related

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  17. I didn't know el Jabali is a u.s army veteran,that's crazy.

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    1. He served one year and then he deserted after obtaining US citizenship.

      heres a video where the Secretaria de Seguridad Publica states that:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azGdc7X4Jmw

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    2. No he wasnt. The information in the original article is wrong. Check out other sources, el debate or riodoce. The guy from guasave, is an uncle of chapo isidro. This guy, el charmin, was involved with the ambush of state police when they were transporting a prisoner enemy of the mazatlecos. Later that same month soldier were persuing a truck of sicarios on the streets of guasave and two soldiers were killed. Because it happen in guasave the authorities assumed it was chapo isidros people.

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  18. U.S. Jurisdiction starts in México state and anywhere the gabachos want. Its a fact

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  19. I hear Gitmo has a few vacancies...
    But, instead make these two share a cell, they already shared a ride back to the States.

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  20. Your story about El jabali is all messed up. He didn't kill anyone. He was his own boss ,who moved weight in magdalena and small towns in Sonora. When chapo took over Sonora he gave him a choice to work for him or her would die. Jabali worked for him and when chapo no longer needed him, he turned him in to the military. Jabali would give people of his town food or any help when they needed him.

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