Thursday, December 29, 2016

Beltran Leyva Plaza boss "El Nito Amavizca" arrested with guns, cash and armored vehicle

Original article available at Excelsior
Translated by El Wachito


Agents of the State Public Security arrested in Hermosillo, Sonora, Rodolfo Lopez Ibarra alias "El Nito Amavizca", who was identified by the authorities as the Plaza Boss of Sonora for the Beltran Leyva Cartel, among the 12 priority objectives of the Federal Government and has extradition orders to the United States.



During a Mexican Government press released, the government claimed that "El Nito Amavizca" was arrested during the afternoon of Tuesday 27, of December in the Capital of Sonora, when the cartel liutenant was traveling in a road of downtown, on board a armored pick up truck, in posession of a .38 Super and thousands of dollars in a bag. 

"He was traveling on board a armored Cheyenne, Chevrolet of level 6, 2012, and with possession of a handgun .38 super with three fully loaded magazines and more than 22 thousand dollars in cash", according to the official information.



According to law enforcement offials, the suspect attempted to bride the officers by offering 500 thousand dollars in exchange of his liberty, however the PEP elements and Ministerial officers, rejected the offer and an investigation for "coercion" will begin because he attempted to bribe officials.

"When he realized that he could not bribe us, he threaten the officials and attempted to intimidate law enforcerment officers by identifyng himself as "El Nito Amavizca", leader of Cartel Beltran Leyva plazas in several states of the country, like Chiapas, Michoacan, Distrito Federal, Nuevo Leon, Sinaloa, Sonora and Baja California, focusing on Guerrero, where he concentrated his efforts in Acapulco and Zihuatanejo, which are ports with high levels of violence due to plaza disputes", according to the Secretary of Public Security. 


Authorities confiscated several cellphones and identifications with different names. "Nito" was arrested in 2009 at the airport of Apodaca, Nuevo Leon and again in 2015 in the municipality of Hermosillo; in both cases, he was arrested with carrying guns that are exclusively for the use of the Mexican Army. 

According to the law of the National First Respondent, after "Nito" was arrested, he was turned over to the Public Federal Ministry at the installations of the PGR in Sonora, who will then determine the paperwork necessary for the crimes that he committed and will evaluate the Extradition orders of the Government of the United States.



153 comments:

  1. Could this be a response to the 4 PGR agents that were executed and burned in Zihuatanejo??

    Article here

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2016/12/zihuatanejo-4-pgr-agents-executed-and.html

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    1. R.I.P. Botas Blancas aka El Barbas aka el boss de bosses

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  2. Why is his perp walk face blurred ?

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    1. 8:20 pa que no se enamoren de el las viejas preguntonas

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  3. Con esa pistola mojosa si la persona no se muere de un balazo se muere de mal de arco (tetano)
    With that rusty gun if a person doesn't die of a bullet shot he'll definitely die of tetnus. Lol

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    1. Lol así decía mi tata

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    2. Yeah I was going to say that the gun looks very rusty. You woukd think for a person of his caliber that he would have some chrome or golden gun. But mpee could all be wrong........
      DominicanBlanko

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    3. You guys are idiots , if you knew your stuff you'd know that that is a COLT .38 super "PRE WAR"
      "7chinos" rare Gun, possibly even custom engraved .. in fact that gun is amazing, I'm sure it's a "pre war" (made between 1932-1941/43) any aficionado would appreciate it..JUST SAYIN

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    4. that in fact looks like a 1911 manufactured by singer, this is a very rare .38 know for its flawless realiability and accuracy good luck findinding one for sale

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    5. @112 and @ 436. U cant explain gun appreciation to kids who have only shot a gun on a video game . I just laughed when i saw the comment

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    6. For some people that rust is worth more than the gun, but it takes a while to become a "connoisseur".

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  4. Beautiful rare gun! Aztec .38 Colt Super

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    1. Its value at around 2500 ? Am i correct?

      And its a special edition, one out of 300 or 400?

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  5. Where is Zambada or Chapos kids? Everybody and their families know where they eat, sleep and hangout in Sinaloa and Culiacan except the DEA???
    This is bogus. This capture of dudes like this is to secure future funding for the DEA for the comming new year!
    P.S. im not from Sinaloa myself so I, wouldn't know where to find fuckers like these but for the almighty DEA and even CIA this should be a walk in the park!

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    1. 2 months ago, some of my friends saw la rana and ivan at a clasico mazatlan partying together... i believe that they pay protection bribes until they fall out of favor with the authorities and then get arrested

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    2. DEA and CIA need Them out. Who else can they trust to sell their products

      -ElBlancoNieves

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    3. It's not up to the DEA to clean up Mexico's trash. When Mexico calls for assistance the US will answer the call. Plus, Los Guzman and Los Zambada are still the DEA's favorite narcos so why would they move on them.

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    4. damn. for real? on BB forum a guy was saying that la rana doesn't have the balls to go to sinaloa because he's affraid of damasos...

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    5. Rumors out of your ass

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    6. What are the names of the CDS plaza leaders in the border towns in Sonora?

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    7. That explains why you favor the ranas and aquiles

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    8. @7:14 fuckers like you that protect the DEA are the reason why drugs are in abundance in the U.S. and at all time low prices. Why the fuck jave that agency if they don't do their jobs? It is not to clean up Mexicos shit. It is to prevent drugs from comming over in the first place.

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    9. Very cool El Wachito.Hiding in plain sight all along.In the article sounds like they even confiscated cash.How unusual but the usual thing they didn't get:drugs.

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    10. 11:53 It's people like you who are the reason why the US will always be stuck in a lose/lose situation with Mexico. Blame the US for not getting rid of drugs. Blame the US for the demand for drugs. Blame the US for not helping Mexico enough. Blame the US for interfering in Mexico's affair. People like you need to get a clue and understand that drugs have been around along time and NOTHING will ever stop the drug trade. If the DEA's job is so easy maybe you can suit and show the agency how it's done instead of being a know it all nelly. My guess is you won't and instead you will just keep on hating like a Monday morning quarterback.

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    11. 11:53 to 9:49 I, never blamed the U.S. for all the shit you said liar. Just don't act like the cartels in Mexico are the only ones to blame for the U.S. drug consumption. It takes two sides have a baby and it takes two sides to make the cartels flourish. I would gladly joing the DEA also. What's the fuckin problem with that?

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    12. Why you bitching about is the dea or whomever dont do shit about them people? You want to pay for the bill for their arrest trial and incarceration in the usa? Let them motherfuckers live or die in tjrit own home.

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    13. 9:49 the DEA and the CIA are expensive enough and famous for their corruption, together with their politicians and call boys and volunteer ladies of the night.
      Their job is never done because they protect fiercely like bitches their corrupt managers and their politician bosses who are all in the pocket of their favorite money laundering banksters, there is the fight up there for your beloved institutions, not down here with la perrada, you can go along with them and wash their wounded egos like their own personal Magdalena de la noche...

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    14. @6:12 the U.S. incarcerates mules (the lowest in the food chain within the cartels), by the dozens if not hundreds each year and pays for their trials and jail expenses while one Big Shot capo like Zambada enjoys himself and lives the high life all because WE don't want to house only one of him in this country and pay for his ONE trial! What a stupid approach to solving the drug epidemic!

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    15. I am 11:53 and 9:49. I love all the DEA and US government hate on this blog. It makes me truly appreciate where I was born and how I was raised. When you live in arguably the best country in the world it's automatic there will be bottom feeders taking shots. What's truly awesome is I am a minority who was raised by a single mother, graduated high school as three time all-American, graduated college in less than 4 years owing no one any money. Nothing came easy but yet my brothers and I persevered. There are millions of stories like mine in the great US of A and no matter how much hate is thrown towards my country there is nothing negative any of you can say to change my perspective. Point the fingers and play the blame game all you want but the reality is none you have done anything to change the status quo in the drug game. I have put over 16 years of my life doing what I can to keep my community safe. I've put murderers, rapists, drug dealers, gun runners and the worst of the worst in jail. So I can honestly say I've done what I can do to make the world a better place. Have you? 5:23 If you can join the DEA then do it. Don't talk about it, be about it and put your words into action. Mexico is its own sovereign nation so it's responsible for the security of its citizens. Right or wrong? To blame any other nation for Mexico's internal problems is complete and utter bullshit.

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    16. From 11:53 to @2:52 glad everything has gone well for you. I am also first generation American and without going into details my life has been hard yet blessed also. My point is not to make America seem like the worst country in the world or to make the U.S. "solve" Mexicos problems.
      The point is to make Americans like yourselves aware of the useless agencies or efforts that are done by those agencies in the real effort to curb drugs comming into this country. For example what good is capturing this idiot in this story for example rather than Zambada that crosses probably more than 20 times the amount of drugs into the U.S. than him??? Zambada is not bothering Mexico also so why would his capture "solve" Mexicos problems???
      Because of their pride Americans fail to realize that this is the crap that happens everyday in this nonsense war on drugs!

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    17. 2:52 you may have earned "yours", congratulations, but according to more serious reports from people that k ow better than you and me, your beloved intitutions are corrupt and full of shit, answer one little question:
      why did president george hw bush pardon the iran/contra conspirators without a trial if they were not guilty?
      --It is not us down here trying to make you "change" your uninformed opinions, it is you hiding your head up your ass and refusing to see too far beyond your nose...

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    18. @2:52 what a fuckin crier. I, am not throwing hate here for the country just some of the agencies or policies that these have like the DEA.
      I, mean what is the point of capturing guys like the one in this article and leave Zambada who crosses more than 20 times the amount of drugs into thw U.S. than him free???
      If Zambada is not attacking Mexico and or threatening to do so directly how is this "solving" Mexico's own problems???
      Hope people ask themselves these questions before pleading an all innocenct case against any U.S. law enforcement agency.

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    19. The DEA is just onother cartel with a badge

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    20. 7:31 You have basically backed up what I have been saying all along. NOTHING WILL EVER STOP DRUGS....NOTHING!! If the US can't stop the flow then Mexico is obviously powerless themselves. You'll never see me cry about something I can't control. Maybe you need another hobby because your criticism of the DEA is not a good one. I have seen first hand what it's like to go undercover and fight the drug trade from within. Trust me it's not as pretty and glamorous as Hollywood would make it look. A lot good men's and women's lives have been destroyed because of their dedication to the job. Not to mention the casualties in the trafficking and distribution of the drugs through the entire process. While you are griping and complaining about the DEA there are people right now losing their lives fighting the drug trade.

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    21. The sin of the CIA and the DEA is that with other government branches and trees they will not prune the real bad branches and the biggest of the rotten fruits, they'd rather share of the bad reputation the ill refuse give them all, 5o save 5heir sacrosanct institutions, well, be my guest to your 💩 💩 💩 💩 poop! Need a fork?

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    22. 9:59 you forgot about also BLAMING the U.S. and dumb fu€k Eric holder for fast and furious. yes, U.S. needs drugs and loves making wars around the world for profit. Real spit

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    23. 9:14 sounds like you're a BLO fan. Dissapointed are you. Too bad your boy Mochomito is snitching

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  6. Beltranes don't operate in michoacan.

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    1. Thats what you think. Theres a lot of Sinaloa capos who have interests in michoacan they just aint fighting for a plaza there.

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    2. Yea, b.s. they maybe in guerrero but not michoacan. 11:22 what you smoking? If beltranes were there they would defenetly be fighting for that plaza. Ct, familia Michoacana, cjng, la nueva familia and Los Viagra are all over michoacan fighting each Other for control. You think they can just come in and say this area is ours so leave us alone. lmao

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    3. 3:43 you clearly cannot read and process correctly. He said they have interests in Michoacán not trying to take over or fight for a plaza. Smh

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    4. Having interest in michoacan is like saying they operate there. This article claims blo operate in michoacan but not true.

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    5. The Beltrannies can't find their ass with both hands right now, leave 'em alone...

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  7. Chapo didint snitch on this one

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    1. Rusty ass gun😂

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    2. como sea, acusenlo...

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    3. 927. You sure? Guzman did ask for a blanket

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    4. 5:45 if, la Chapa, got, his, blanket...
      Then he snitched on this one,
      or maybe not, mexican prison guards are famous for helping prisoners for a torta and a soda, hasta las nachas les prestan

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  8. Going to take a trip to the USA . Be kickin back in the Colorado mountains . Getten some of that good mountain air . Very few worries after he gets there . The big event to look forward to is that hour outside his little cage into the little bigger cage . Do him a favor . Simplify his complicated life . He will be the leader of his little cage . That is until the guard comes around . I LUVIT

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    1. Bring a fucking jacket

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    2. Guaraches con insolacion, check on e-bay,
      ahi de crismas pa la chapa, y sus calzones de Doble fondo

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  9. Man purse pic 1 so yesterday

    _Canadian girl

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    1. Man purse or shaving kit bag? - El Sol Perdido

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    2. Man purse. They usually carry cellphones, radios, a handgun and cash in them

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    3. Man purse, murse. In mexico they call them mariconeras.

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  10. That's the famouse 38 super? Looks like the WW2 1911 a1 standard us army 45 caliber pistol exact features I'm confused

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    1. There is many more calibers with 1911 than just .45

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    2. it basically is a 1911 only it uses 38 caliber revolver ammo

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    3. The .38 super in the 1911 configuration was made famous by the gangsters of the 1930's especially John Dillinger. It was a round that increased the capacity of the .45 ACP and increased the velocity of the .38 auto. This gun appears to have been around a long time. The .38 super is slowly making a comeback in the US gun market.

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    4. 38 super is a 1911 chambered in .38 super pal

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    5. What do you guys think of the Llama 38 super..i have one?..was given to me for some money they owed me...

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    6. Shit, you should have got the money fool!!!

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    7. .38s are not considered "for exclusive use of military" in Mexico. That's why often Capos are found with.38s. Its like a misdemeanor vs a felony

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  11. Anything new on any other cartels?

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  12. I dont like those 1911 colts if i was a narco i would pack a para ordanance 38 super or kimber. The aztec grips are pretty cool though.

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    1. Go for a glock from austria.

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  13. I dont like those 1911 colts if i was a narco i would pack a para ordanance 38 super or kimber. The aztec grips are pretty cool though.

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    1. umm ya tonto, that is a super 38

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    2. Exterminate Him

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    3. Meh. Looks like a dartgun I used to play with.

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    4. Not me my friend. I carry a Glock 21 in .45 ACP and a Glock 19 in 9mm. The cool thing is I have added a Arredondo magazine extension on the mags and I have 13+4 = 17 rounds for the .45, and 15+6 = 21 rounds for the 9mm. Not to mention Glock makes a high capacity magazine for the 9mm and its capacity is 33 rounds. Now that's fire power!!!

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    5. @ 8:43 11:43 here i carry a glock 22 .40 cal i love it its dependable also high cap. But there are way better guns out there my friend.

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    6. i have a daisy .177 bb air rifle,
      you have to pump it 12 times to get pressure,
      i don't know why but i ain't ashamed by your pistolotas that will probably never see action...

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    7. I believe they carry the 38 super as it is not a .mil round, hence he did not get the usual reserved for military use charge. I have one I use 38 super+p in. That is a GI model with the shit sites and small extractor opening which makes stove piping more frequent. My HK 45 is awesome as is my SP89k.

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    8. I would carry an Fn 5.7, those pistols are neat.
      And a Scar-H as a rifle.

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    9. Kimber? No mames. That shit is cheap with ceramic parts.

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    10. I have a 177 Webley Tempest air gun and it packs all the fire power i need,i even got a holster for it so i can conceal it under my arm

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    11. Listen to all the Dirty Harrys in this bitch..Blow your head clean awfff

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    12. Don't be jealous 7:18. Some of us have done more than just play Call of Duty. I know my guns and I can attest up close and personal what kind of damage my weapons can do.

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    13. Damage? What you do go hunting. Killing animals for sport is for pussies.

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    14. 2:56 don't blow yerself a new one when you hide yer gun up "there" somewhere safe where the sun don't shine...
      --real men don't need weapons as civilians, unless they are law enforcement or duly authorized and well regulated militias that are ready to defend and respect the law, not some bunch of cheap ass outlaw drug and weapons traffickers crying like little girls about "their rights"

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    15. 38. Super are good but 7 shots only? Fck that lol. Rather carry a glock with 14 rounds . u will be changing mags while I still got 7 shots more to go😎😂😂 my opinion

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    16. Hahaha 11:38 either you are a felon or you don't have the legal right to obtain a firearm in the US. Is it because you haven't reached the age of majority or because you have a domestic violence charge? The great state of Texas allows us to exercise our 2nd amendment right. I don't make the laws I just follow them. I love it when people say "real men don't need weapons" or "real men just walk away". Yeah well I would rather have it and not need it than need and not have it. Regardless of your opinion as long as I follow the law I will have my Glock 21, Glock 19 or my Glock 26 tucked away in my holster where ever I go. And as I carry my weapons I will cry "it's my right" all the way home.

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    17. Super .38 has 10 round capacity.

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    18. Trust me 10:24 I don't hunt animals.

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  14. This guy was arrested in 2015 ! I don't think he will be spending that much time in prison . This guy operated all over the country for the BLO , seems like the Beltran leyva cartel is doing fine I wonder who's in charge now . There's talk about Humberto Beltran leyva and a half brother of El Mochomo named Efrain . Does anyone know who's in Charge of what cartels now a days?? Maybe BB should do an article about it .

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    1. They don't know. They're waiting on one of you borderland beat reader's to start dry snitching.

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    2. It seems that they arrest him at least once every two years. Was he at least on parol or probation?

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    3. El chapito Isidro Flores.

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    4. 3:17 "La Chila Isidra" no se second de la chota, o de la DEA o de la CIA, La Chila se esconde de su mero padre, El Chapo Guzman, padre de mas de cuatro.

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  15. dirtball cockroach....they should have buried his pistol down his throat and pulled the trigger. suicide and one less pos.

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  16. Nice looking 38 super but you can see rust already starting to form on the gun. These dumb f**** probably don't even know how to clean a gun. A shame to treat a gun this valuable (about $1,800 in good shape) with such neglect. They better know how to handle "failure to eject" and "failure to load" problems because they will probably need them when they try to fire a gun that hasn't been properly maintained.

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    1. Shut the hell up. I bet if you stand in front of that rusty gun that it works. Who gives a sh**. They sell drugs so they can buy new ones....burro.

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    2. 8:15 that gun is probably 60 yrs old and it's a symbol of status more so than anything. I bet it was passed down from narco to narco. I'm not an expert but I know a little bit of how narcos work. That rust is probably older than you are.

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    3. That pinche fusca is aluminum, or grey plastic, you can clearly see it where the paint peeled off, and it is not rusty, except on the puller, seems to have some stainless steel parts too, it is a BB gun.

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  17. I am wondering if El Mochomito's arrest led to this capture. Cops sure knew were to find this loser.

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    1. Dude he got arrested so long ago, so probably not

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    2. Mochomito snitched

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    3. Mochomito snitching his ass off

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  18. Beautiful shooter,love the used patina on it and the Aztec theme

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    1. The used patina was the series numbers, they were erased güey, you need unos patines en el yoyo.

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    2. Patina only happens on silver.

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    3. Al dd le patina la choya, puro silver en el techo.

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  19. Mochomito gave him up and he's gonna give up all sources

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  20. Where are the mochomito pics?

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  21. 500,000 dolars damm those cops are stupid I would of took the money !! There's always going to be drug traffickers as long as there is drug users

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    1. 5:08 those pinchis cops TOOK THE MONEY, they are not tan pendejos, even an honest person like you would take the money, AND make the arrest, or at least accept una proposicion indecorosa for the money, most BB snitches would, even if they 500 000 were in pesos.

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  22. the cia doesnt fuck with me !

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    1. 5:55 Yea . they don't fuck with me either ! LOL LOL LOL

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    2. 5:55 Lo que pasa es que ya ni sienten cuando se las dejan caer, Ya ni anque se aprieten.
      Eso les pasa por andar ahi de calientes y de gratis.

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    3. Pos las cachucheras asi son, gratis, and their cachucha is all they get, people will elevate themselves over their cachuchas to get to all those billions of dollars, forgetaboutit...it'll be "hyuge"

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  23. So sick of the cartel ball lickers. It is Mexico! Not the DEA territory. NO ONE will help. The Mx people need to Wake TF up. And do something instead of hiding under their beds. Qtherwise you are next, or your daughters. Grow some!

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    1. @ 7:17 STFU. Muy rambo eres Guey.

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    2. @7:17 The ordinary citizen is not allowed to carry firearms in Mexico tough guy. Mexico is a prime examply of the saying by the NRA followers in the U.S. that goes "if people don't have guns, only criminals will have them".
      Maybe the U.S. should grow some also and punish drug users more severely. That wpuld be more than half the country and politicians as well as members of all branches of government however that would end up arrested. This is why they pressure Mexico into fighting this war for them.

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    3. @7:17 Finally someone gets it!!

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    4. Only the US supplies the mexican criminals, and the US receives all the money that counts for the drug trafficking, --nice trade for the precursors it supplies to the drug processors...

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    5. It really doesn't matter if they are legal or not then just get them guns.If the criminals well the civilians can too.There's enough guns floating around Mexico-not like there's a shortage.Only problem is it will confuse the military about who the good guys are versus the bad guys so you may be shot thinking it was a cartel member.

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    6. 7:17 and everybody else: John Stockwell, author of the book "In Search of Enemies" will set the record straight for many of us that want to know just what the fack the problem is...
      --Mr Stockwell ran a CIA intelligence gathering post in Vietnam, was the task force commander of the CIA's secret war in Angola in 1975 and 1976, was awarded the Medal of Merit, then he renounced and became the highest ranking CIA officer to ever leave the agency and go public...
      --John (R "bob") Stockwell:
      -CIA's War on Humans
      -Black Ops and CIA Exposed
      -CIA'S Secret Wars, Agent Exposes Assassinations, Black Ops, Conspiracies, Torture (1989)
      -Speaks about the presidency of...
      -CIA Whistleblower
      -Stockwell: Sadistic Killers and Operation Phoenix
      Aaight that is good enough for today, suppresed old news nobody ever knew about, please debunk, but don't ignore, and if you want more recent news, well, there is "John Kiriakou: The Government Turned me Into a Dissident"

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    7. --The military has been shooting people and their children dead, they did not need to have weapons to have their sentences carried out on the spot by some illiterate soldiers and their commanding officers.
      --former CIA agent john Stockwell said in a speech in 1988:
      "About 6 million people have been murdered around the world because of CIA's black dark secret operations around the world, always on third world countries that have no ICBMs, weapons of mass destruction or armies that threathen the US in any way, but for some strange reason, they get picked on in secret, under guidelines of national security..."
      His book "in search of enemies"

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    8. 12:12 what are you smoking, snorting or injecting? "Punish the drug user more severely". How about capital punishment for the dealers like in other countries. Maybe if the Mexican people grew some instead of spreading their legs to the politicians they could have the right to carry firearms. But that won't happen because Mexico is run by cartels and their politician henchmen.

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    9. 3:16 mexicans don't have money pá tragar, much less to buy your shitty guns just because they bother you up your ass.

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    10. 11:56 the U.S is good at it. but why won't they do those wars in China?

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  24. He looks like a inbred. The second he couldn't buy his way out an started to talk shit he should have been shot.

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  25. beltran. what do i gotta say. stop ok no more with the bulshit. me im great and i love this article.

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  26. i found the$elow life piece$ of $hit now im in love im thinking about flying to mexico. fuck the cartels <=

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  27. I carry a modified HK MP5 ,a 50 Caliber Barret and a FN 5.7.

    Gente Nueva Spec Ops Grupo Whiskey

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    1. Unless you are looking for your enemy in a trailer and you are afraid of killing innocents the MP5 is a waste of time. No one carries that model anymore. At least not in this hemisphere. Since you claim you are a pistolero obviously you wouldn't care about the over penetration of a real rifle round. Just stick with the 50 cal and FN 5.7. The only problem is if you get stuck in CQB situation you would be totally fucked with that 50 cal.

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    2. Hes obviously a liar or little kid in his basement.

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    3. overpower and underpower, thinking he would be a superior shooter, yet thats asking to be killed in battle, only have weapons to fight from a distance and close range but whatabout in between, you need to have a weapon that will allow you to advance towards your target, with the 50, most likely youre useless, most sicarios have no education and the 50 most sicarios use are rifles, to be a sniper it takes alot of mathematics something hard for an undecutaded sicario, a fully auto 50 on untrained sicario hands will cause collateral damage innocents would get killed as the by nly spray, something against cartel rules, leave the innocents alone. and the 5.7 is well way above any sicarios paygrade, its ammo is hard to get and expensive, a sicario whos pay is like the minimum wage in the US will not want to spend alot of $$$ and battle will be costly while there are many cheaper and deadly alternatives. and gente nueva special ops? more like gente huebona with special needs

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    4. A HK MP5 goes for over $2,000. A brand Barrett .50 cal goes for $8500 to $6500. A FN 5.7 goes for over $1000. That's damn near $10,000 worth of weapons you got there bud. You must be high ranking member of the GN. With GN getting the shitty end of the stick in fire fights in the last couple of years I don't think you will last long out there. Good luck to ya and wear lots of body armor my friend.

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  28. This guy is a joke, he's nowhere near the stature he claims.. Riding around with no security, a couple shitty hand-guns, and a few thousand in mostly 20 dollar bills. Pah!!

    Something tells me the $500k was b/s and might have just in a failed rescue attempt.

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    1. You are an amateur

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    2. He got an armored car. How many other cartel midle managers got cought in an armored car doe. Tje gun might have value but its a piece of shit. Now and days you need at least a 40 caliber hand gun to have a chance

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    3. So what chapo got caught in a stolen car and his clothes covered in shit. Are you really young or just naive? Bring up something smart please. Next.

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  29. Anyone else notice how this guy was arrested in Michoacan with illegal weapons but released less than a year later..

    Meanwhile, the Doctor continues to rot behind bars?

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    1. Beltranes snooping around Michoacan and got busted

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  30. For those wondering what level 6 vehicle-armor is:

    http://www.armormax.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/B4-B5-B6-and-B7-Levels-of-Car-Armour.png

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  31. Dang.....pura pistolas perronas en sonora lol

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    1. @549pm. That weapon is a classic used during the 1960s it said it belonged to a Mexican general and it was a war 🏆.http://www.armslist.com/posts/2672379/nj-handguns-for-sale--1911-colt-aztec-gold---38-supper

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  32. Blo keeps taking hits from the top down. They done mocomito snitched which mencho snitched on him olus they got cds trying ti kill them or put heat on them. BLO rest in piss 2016

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    1. They have many years saying that the BLO are finished and they show their heads and fly them.

      They can never finish them

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    2. Tito beltran and this guy are not the heads thats why they wont go down yet. If you would go upto el mayo zambada and tell him beltranes are done he would slap the shit out of you for saying something so dumb. They are still the cds biggest enemy.

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    3. CJNG is cds biggest enemy now

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  33. Whats "bride the officers" mean?

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    1. 12:13 Either you know and are being sarcastic or you are just to slow to figure out the dude misspelled . Really dude your not sounding smart even though that's your goal .

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  34. El Mochomito is snitching

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  35. I am not for the violence of the Cartels however Mexico is a poor country and some of these guys find drug selling as a way to make money...just sayin

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    1. Thank you Capt. Obvious

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