Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Mexican ex-governors wanted by the DEA

Original article available at ZETA
Translated by El Wachito


The new government of Tamaulipas, headed by Francisco Garcia Cabeza de Vaca, found that 12 ministerial cops were commissioned as the bodyguards of ex governors, Tomas Jesus Yarrington Ruvalcaba and Eugenio Javier Hernandez Flores, who are currently wanted by American authorities, including the DEA, for organize crime, drug trafficking, fraud, money laundering, amongst other crimes.

Current Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto hanging out with Tomas Jesus Ruvalcaba
Ex governor Edigio Torre Cantu was the one that authorized the bodyguard service that was provided to the ex governors of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), both wanted, and both generated a monthly expenditures of 400 thousand pesos, and a total of 30 million pesos during their 6 years of governance, for travel expenditures and salary.


Yarrington fishing
The Procurador General de Justica De Tamaulipas, Irving Barrios Mojica, informed that the ex-governors Yarrington and Hernandez, had 8 and 4 bodyguards commissioned, "for their protection", every cop armed with a handgun and a high power rifle.

"One of the weakness that exists in the Procuraduria is the lack of Ministerial Cops available and the lack of Ministerial Officers trained to conduct investigations, it is a really reduced group of individuals, and we need the man-power to make sure that the investigations happen", stated the Procurador from Tamaulipas to Televisa news network.

"The Procuraduria General de la Republica (PGR) is informed of the situation and has already taken action", affirmed the actual Procurador of Tamaulipas, who stated that the bodyguard service has been canceled.


The accusations against Yarrington and Hernandez

Tomas Yarrington was the Governor of Tamaulipas from 1999 to 2004 and is wanted by the DEA since December of 2013, he is accused by an American Federal Court for organize crime, and he is accused to receiving money for the protection that he provided to the Cartel del Golfo during his time of Governance.

In December of 2012, the American Federal Government confiscated a luxury apartment that belonged to Yarrington, located in the south area of Isla del Padre, Texas, under the supposition that it was acquired  through a money laundering operation of money proceeding from the traffic of drugs.


Apartment complex where Yarrington purchased a luxury apartment located in Padre Boulevard 334 de South Padre Island, valued at 600,000$, later on it was auctioned


In May of 2013, a Federal judge from Brownsville Texas, started the file B-12-435-S1 and formally accused the ex-governor of receiving funds from drug trafficking organizations since 1998, when he was a candidate of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) for the State Governor and he received the money through "State Police", of the Former Governor Manuel Cavazos Lerma, also a member of the PRI and nowadays a Republic Senator.


Eugenio Hernandez

He was a governor of Tamaulipas from 2005 to 2010 and he is also accused by the DEA since June of 2015. Also, a Federal Judge ordered his arrest for receiving money from Los Zetas during his administration.



Hernandez hanging out with his buddy Peña Nieto


Hernandez is accused in the United States of money laundering, illegal financial transactions, in banks from Texas, for up to 30 million dollars. The Department of State is also looking for his brother in law, Oscar Gonzeles Guerra, for operating a money laundering system in the United States.

Hernandez and his wife with the Mexican First lady and EPN


The Judicial file C-14-178-S, submitted on May 27 of 2015, sustains that the ex-governor and the husband of his wife, with "knowledge of the illegal activities", started money laundering and conducting illegal financial transactions since January of 2008.

"The money was received by Hernandez Flores as a payment of allowing Cartel del Golfo to operate with liberty in Tamaulipas to conduct their illegal activities of drug trafficking, kidnapping, sale of drugs, and human trafficking into the United States", stated the Federal Fiscal of the United States.

The accusations include a notice of a legal seizure of 2 millions of dollars of 4 properties, 3 of them located in McAllen and another one in Austin, in the state of Texas.

The last time that he was seen was last June 5, when he was seen by the media visiting a Polling booth in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas to vote for the PRI candidate, Baltazar Hinojosa Ochoa.


"Baltazar is not only going to be the governor, he will be an excellent governor because I know him, and I know the type of man that he is and know of his work, in that sense we trust that the citizens will vote and they will support him so we can have a successful 6 years of governance by my friend Baltazar", expressed Hernandez Flores back then.

Back then, in November of 2015, the ex governor assisted the fifth  Government report of Governonor Egidio Torre Cantu, and even though he was accused in the United States of money laundering, he received a public gratitude announcement for his presence.

"I really appreciate that the former Ex-governors are present", said Torre Cantu from his podium, in reference to Cavazos Lerma and Hernandez Flores.

Smiling, and sitting down between the governor of Puebla Rafael Moreno Valle and the ex governor Manuel Cavazos Lerma, Hrenandez Flores stood up from his seat and, with a hand signal, he aknowledge the greeting of the Tamaulipas governor Torre Cantu.



Video of Government Report where Hernandez receives greetings from the Governor of Tamaulipas, even though he was accused by the DEA of organized crime

60 comments:

  1. That'sa Good start but sadly they are not going to be touched because the whole governmentis corruptand in on it. But if they do get to face those crimes, they should go to michoacan, sinaloa, Tijuana, Sonora.....on and on..

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    1. What a mess...no better than somolia, alleppo, etc. The US will grow tired of all this sooner or later.

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  2. They are all under their homie Pena nieto's umbrella so they will not get arrested anytime soon or ever..

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    1. Well, el benjas is being safely kept on the US, and specially el mochomo, epn really facked up the Beltranuses and their little cartelito they inherited when amao was put out of business for good by his politician friends on behalf of the colombians.
      --That what you get for trusting a chilango pickpocket like epn.

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  3. Mexico a country with Narcos as governors. Not a single state clear of them

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    1. The government is the biggest cartel!

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    2. It is even worse than that 2:23:

      The government is the mother of all cartels!!!

      Organized crime can only exist with the complicity of the government.

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  4. BB There was an old article written by I believe an English Journalist stating that the people who we know as "capos" like Chapo are only the pawns in the drug world and that the real shot callers, The Kings if you will are the very people we vote for.

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    1. So is pena nieto hanging out with criminals the us should put hit on him

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    2. Sounds like an interesting read. Do you the link?

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    3. 1:02 exactly true.

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    4. I agree the capos are raised like cattle. Once the politicians need to show some work the capos are arrested or killed. After a capo falls the politicians have one already in place. A never ending story

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    5. 1:02 exactly. But tell that to a guy from sinaloa and he will argue how caro quintero, chapo, and all the other pawns from sinaloa are the real bosses but there has never been a president from sinaloa. Smh

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    6. kinda like the movie los jefes by the dude from el cartel de santa..thats basically what it comes down to at the end if the movie..kings and pawns

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    7. @1:02 What you said is not to be taken literaly. The elected officials have some power only because they have the police forces and or the armies under their command to control both criminals and civilians alike. This does not interpret to mean that EVERY elected official is a criminal mastermind and that like you said Chapo and the rest are just pawns and fall guys in the criminal games.
      Some cases like in this story the politicians do have direct links to organized crime but it is unlikely that every individual that the people elect are criminals. Indifference on the remainder of the politicians particularly speaking of those in Mexico to capture criminals might make them seem they are involved with them also but it might not be the case.

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    8. Exactly we saw how chapo ended and el mencho is just a new puppet why you think they have his son in jail son every time he get out line his son will pay lmao this capos aint nothing except el mayo he at same level has the mex goverment

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    9. @7:52: the police chiefs, the military commanders, the governors, the ministers and EPN all know how much they can squeeze out of the cartel operatives in return for letting them carry on their dirty business.

      Every public official does not have the power in his office to be of relevance to the cartels and hence the question is: which public office positions are relevant for the cartels.

      Pablo Escobar 20 years ago used to pay USD70million in bribes per month! Any of the established mexican cartels today pay at least that to public officials (elected and appointed) which have a influence in policy affecting the cartels.

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    10. 7:52 this is from a sinaloense 1oo% lol

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    11. @12:36 exactly like you said. Military, police forces, etc.. all "squeeze" money from cartels to let them work. This does not mean they themselves are the criminals literaly running the drugs and commiting extortions on innocent civilians and the executions (with a few exceptions like with some dirty cops and the people un this story), and more rather it is a mutual agreement of sorts that can benefit both parties. This also does not mean also that the elected officials run for public office knowing this and that they by all means willingly arrange these deals with the narcos but rather "Plata O Plomo" can come into play also in these situations!

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    12. Just like John gotti said "you can't compete with the government"

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    13. @7:27 "there has to be some law and order in the world" be it masked or not. Criminals can't run the show by themselves.

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    14. What happened when the biggest drug trafficker in the world went against the gov. Of Colombia?

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    15. The government has the bigger armies, the most soldiers, the warplanes, the bigger bombs and all the impunity in the world granted by no less than the US, they are not on the take as much as they allow some of their sicarios to do some on the side.
      But when they do too much by themselves, is when shit happens.
      Ask Manuel Noriega, after he got arrested some Panama building got razed after being thoroughly inspected for some porn records involving US politicians formerly allied to his ass.

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  5. This is upsetting.... Find these thieves and take every single dime from them and their families!

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  6. Of course it's Pena Nieto's boys....... this is why Z40 doesn't get extradited or bothered.

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  7. President Fox should comment about his F------government instead of attempting to meddle in American affairs. I toned down the F word though I noticed u didn't do it for El Presidente Fox.

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    1. @3;38 Fox commenting on building a wall along the US/Mx border and commenting that Mx. was not going to pay for it was not meddling in American affairs. Those actions directly affect Mx. and are certainly "Mexican" affairs as well as American and he is entitled to comment on it.

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  8. Freakin crooks...they live like kings while the population starves to death...despicable people...Free Chapo...

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    1. 5:11 with bodyguards paid for as state police, millions of pesos thrown away while mexican PGR and the US "look" for them, they also had big time partners in the as and the US, names?

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  9. Puppet president and his cronies supported by the DEA are the real organized crime figures in Mexico.

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    1. The problem is that US policy towards Mexico is to keep it stable even if corrupt. An upheaval and/or revolution in Mexico - even if it would have the potential to clean up corruption and orgnanized crime - is against US interests since it is not guaranteed that it would be US-friendly.

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    2. 12:42 We don't mind the stable part, the manure is what is not exactly welcome, nor the pooliticians' horses asses that produce it.

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  10. They are all corrupt all the way to the top! Im surprised the DEA had the balls to go after some of them its highly suspicious.

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  11. When the politicos are this bad it makes cartel look like angels
    What shame there great people in tamps. And they have spoken a new government has arrived.

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  12. Now president fox and wife involved in $$$$$$$$$$$ laundring

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    1. @6:46 Allegations that Former President Fox's EX-WIFE and HER CHILDREN have engaged in corrupt influence peddling and other illegal activities. Political enemies of Fox have attempted to tie him to their illegal activities but no one has succeeded in implicating him in corruption. He is not generally viewed as a successful President, but a big reason for his failures to carry out his agenda is that inherited a bureaucracy where every worker in every agency in government owed their jobs to 72 years of PRI rule. They proved to be pretty effective obstructionist to his agenda.

      IMO he is kind of like Jimmy Carter in the US, a better "former" President than President. They have both not been afraid to say what they think.

      If you have evidence of Fox being involved in money laundering please post a link. If you don't have one, what you said is how false stories get started.

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    2. Fox was a coca~cola executive in mexico, hello, "coca" anyone?
      His wife, first 'second hand' first lady, Martha Sahagun, niece of on eof the worst drug trafficking murderers the DFS/policia judicial federal michuacan ever produced, francisco Sahagun baca, and her sons, the famous bribes can brothers, all exploited the presidencial relationship, from drugs and weapons trafficking to pemex comtracts for preside tial insiders, nobody has to get their hands dirty as long as all the family pulls their own weight, loaded with presidential perks.
      --Of course, they all mexicwn pooliticians ask for "proof", they learned that from their american counterparts, they work so hard to cover up their dirty deeds it may account for something...NO...

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    3. That's old news,kids have all always been into drug trafficking or corruption,atleast 10-15 yrs or more

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    4. Chema tamales, the news part is: the government is not denying their dirty deeds anymore, they are just asking for proof now.
      --Go back and practice some hypotethical conspiracy theories, make them fit and don't let nobody confuse you with the facts...

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    5. My most favorite US president, (for a long time) Richard M Nixxon never was a plumber himself, but his plumbers cost him dearly, it took me a long time to understand that even US presidents are not always above the law, on the US...
      Why should the mexican president be above the law in mexico?

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    1. @8:30 usually I would say NOBODY is untouchable, but you are right untouchables

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    2. Guillermo Padres, ex-governor of Sonora spent his first night in jail. Not all of them are untouchable.. i will post about him soon

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    3. El Wachito big shout out to you I always respect your opinion even if I don't agree. Keep up the great work saludos from Nor Ca 209

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  14. People with power

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    1. 8:31 "They" only have power if we believe the bullshit.

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  15. Here is a link to the extradition requests:
    https://de.scribd.com/document/213763698/YARRIGNTON-Peticion-Extradicion-03-19-2014

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  16. Just another example of how greed and corruption permeate the Mexican government. And this country wants to be respected? I don't think so.

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    1. 7:36 do you mean because the mexican politicians and their cohorts are corrupt, all the mexicans and mexico are corrupt?
      Because if you do, then you are full of crap.

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  17. The only guy that took a stand against injustices was padres and they made him a case, he took on the guy that poison the sonoran river but instead of the bad guy going to prison he will get locked

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    1. Padrés is not getting prosecuted for doing his job, he is being prosecuted for stealing, robbing, unexplainable enrichment, for tax fraud, for getting his state in debt with nothing to show for it. Padrés did not run away for nothing...same for the duartes, borges, femat, granier, yarrington...

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  18. Probably the "bodyguards" make 500 pesos and the xgovs pocket the rest. How about an amen! What I recommend is that Sr. De Vaca show Exactly what he is doing with the savings. For example today (with a nice pic) we gave food and clothes to this poor family. Amen! Cost 5,000 pesos. Today we gave $ and bought a wheelchair for this kid. Amen!! Picture of new shoes, clothes, housing, skill training! In the streets of Ciudad Victoria (capital of Tamp.) I have often seen eldery asking for help. I know a con when I see one But these people were sincerely in need. Not Bums!!! I got your back Sr. Keep up the good work!!!! Mr. Tim Brown (Hope to meet someday).

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    1. Old people have to beg on the streets in mexico because the government steals their pensions, but they are not what is being judged here, mexican governments with nothing but bad results and massive debts, bankruptcies is the order of the day, the irresponsible "lenders" will have to eat their shit cake they themselves made, time for a no pay policy, show in what was the money invested, or you don't get paid

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  19. Cabeza De Vaca means Cowhead 4 all you non spanish speaking folks out there. I would've legally changed that last name long long ago. - El Sol Perdido

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    1. There are famous Cabeza de Vaca in that family tree, they have reason to be proud of their ancestors, but their ancestors maigh chose to kill themselves again if they saw their spawn today.

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  20. If Trump were to withold Merida $$$$ millions until these 2 clowns are sent to usa I am sure their "friend" Nieto will send them packing their bags so fast they might even lose those silly grins. Anybody got Trumps number?

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  21. 8:53-That's a good 1!8:26 too!Maybe it's time to put transparency and checks and balances in place.Yes,it's expensive and lots of bureacracy but as this story illustrates even more expensive if you don't and don't wait til the end of someone's 6 year reign to get the ball rolling.

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  22. If Trump were to withold Merida $$$$ millions until these 2 clowns are sent to usa I am sure their "friend" Nieto will send them packing their bags so fast they might even lose those silly grins. Anybody got Trumps number?

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  23. I love it .
    Dumb assess use the country that can and will do the most damage to them to launder their money . All these numbers make me think that the USA probably has a hold on a lot of $$$$$ . I think they should come on up to the USA and defend their assets . I bet they wouldn't have much trouble getting a visa . I expect for there to be a lot more civil cases filed for seizure of assets . They wouldn't even have to have a criminal case . A civil case is judged by a preponderance of evidence , not beyond a reasonable doubt like a criminal verdict is to be found . They can file these civil cases and get these assholes served . If their dirty they wont even cross the border to defend their assets for fear of secret indictment . The last civil case I saw where the defendant didn't show , the complainant was awarded exactly what he ask for . They called it default judgment .

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  24. So there's no corruption in the U.S.?
    I will remind you morons that the drug trade is conducted in dollars,
    not pesos.
    Chew on that one for a while.

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