Friday, January 20, 2017

El Chapo: "No tunnel will be built to his bathroom" say feds

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat Includes Pretrial Detention Filing and Indictment


The capo had the look of “surprise, shock and even a bit of fear” now that he was facing “American justice.”


In Brooklyn
This morning Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn New York, issued their plan in keeping the Sinaloa Cartel leader known as “El Chapo” Guzman in custody.

The feds distributed the memo (full document below) saying that measures have been made to assure there will be no prison outbreaks while Chapo is in United States custody.

Angel  Melendez, the special Homeland Security Investigation agent, said at a news conference “I can assure you no tunnel will be built to his bathroom”,   this in reference to Chapo’s tunnel escape from Mexico’s maximum security prison No. 1 known as “Altiplano”, in the state of Mexico.  Before Chapo’s escape from Altiplano, there had never been a successful escape from the prison.

Chapo’s escape tunnel was created from one mile away, and opened into his shower floor.

Melendez also spoke of seeing Chapo for the first time upon his arrival, he said he looked into Mr. Guzman eyes and saw “surprise, shock and even a bit of fear” now that he was facing “American justice.”

That is no surprise to anyone following the extradition saga of El Chapo, his surrogates speaking on his behalf, have often mentioned the fear El Chapo had of being extradited to the United States.  He was under the impression he could even receive a sentence of death.

However, that would not happen because of the extradition treaty that exists between the United States and Mexico.  Capital punishment is off the table, or there would not be an extradition.  The United States reconfirmed as much in 2016, and also removed the murder charges that were pending against Chapo.

There are indictments against Chapo in six federal districts.  The feds say they decided to prosecute Chapo in Brooklyn, with the assistance of Miami federal prosecutors, determining the two offices working in conjunction would bring the strongest case against Chapo.  However the cases in other districts will remain opened.

The U.S. is seeking a forfeiture of 14 billion USD against Chapo.

Prosecutors also announced plans to call dozens of witnesses, including agents, rival cartel members, and public officials.  These witnesses will testify to the massive scope of Chapo’s drug organization.

No doubt the star witnesses will be the Flores Twins, known as “The twins who betrayed Chapo”.  The brothers went undercover for the U.S. which included wiretapping. 

In its memo issued Friday, Mr. Capers’s office said that it would seek a criminal forfeiture of $14 billion against Mr. Guzmán and announced that it planned to call dozens of witnesses who would testify about the staggering scope of Mr. Guzmán’s criminal enterprise: its multi-ton shipments of drugs in trucks, planes, yachts, fishing vessels, container ships and submersibles as well as its numerous killings of witnesses, law enforcement agents, public officials and rival cartel members.

Memorandum of law in support of pretrial detention includes a vast amont of background information on Chapo, major players and Sinaloa Cartel



New York Superseding Indictment, May 2016

206 comments:

  1. Chapo will pay the debt the USA has and the Mexican one to , who they trying to fool Chapo is USA because he wants to be there he be living like a Pharoah he is the boss of the deal
    Chiral nigga

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    1. So chapo will pay 3 trillion dollars U.S owes China plus what Mexico owes U.S? Ok tonto

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    2. Eres negro pendejo oh que? porqué hablas con esa palabra? Are you black or what? If your mexican or Latino why are you using that word nigga?

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    3. I hope this sends a message that Mexico wants its peace and security reinstated.

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    4. Mexico and the world will never be in peace. I HOPE CHAPO AND HIS ALLIANCE START RELEASING PROMINENT NAMES OF MEXICANS ANZ AMERICANS WHO GAINED FROM HIS ACTIVITIES. Sinaloa cartel was the only cartel to operating in Mexico without causing unnecessary murders until rival cartels started acting like baboons. There will be plea deals, etc. The US will want to get paid. He will serve less than half of his sentence then deported back to Mexico. He is not going to die in prison. I hope that his crew in Mexico start releasing videos and audio files of Mexican and American individuals who hold government positions so to show the world that those people we elect are corrupt too.

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    5. Well 8:36, they r gonna have to do a lil more than hand over el chapo. like maybe abolish the ENTIRE acting government and start over. i honestly don't believe that there is anyone in the political field that's honest in mexico

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    6. Cause hes from Chicago and you hear the word nigga in every other rap sound all over the world,i imagine?Big deal..Whites,Chinese,Samoans,Mexs,Mex-Amers,all callin themselves ma nigga an all that shit,who gives a fuck?
      Get a grip with your phony arse sensibilities,what exactly is your point?

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    7. @6:04pm relax compadre thanks to chapos products black and brown get along they even sing corridos with some Mexican stars just YouTube it

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    8. 6.04
      Mi raza an all that crap,muchas tonterías ?

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    9. @6:04
      Everybody is diferent and free of speaking/typing as they feel,if you ain't street then don't sound like it bothers you when someone calls someone a nigga,live and let live paisa.

      Lil' Crazy Dee.

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    10. Arriba la revolucion jijos del cocho

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    11. @3:10 you are wrong, the only rival that acted like a baboon were the zetas, other than that any other cartel actually defended it self from Chapos greed. When there was peace it was because there was respect and everyone followed a type of code and pact, everyone had their area and stayed in their area. Assasinations where kept lowkey and members were not hooked on the heavy drugs, if a cartel sent drugs and passed through another territory that cartelnwould pay the other cartel a fee fprbthe right of way Sinaloa being a federation had many factions each with its own boss own area but united by the fact that most bosses where not just from Sinaloa but same ranchos andpueblos so the bosses grew together knew eachother and respected eachother and thats what created the alliance named the Sinaloa Federation and now CDS BUT WAS NEVER A CARTEL UNITED AS ONE UNDER ONE LEADER like a traditional cartel, Chapo was different than the other bosses, Chapo had greed he wanted to be #1 the main one and possibly the only 1. He broke traditions on some ways he invaded territories that did not belong to him. he invaded every northern stronghold so he could since the biggest client was tge US HE WANTED THE BORDER AND AVOID DERECHO DE PIZO. he tried to take the south where coke from Colombia enter mexico. im sure the other sinaloa bosses did not agree with him but they also did not stop him since they dont like trouble and tried to stay out of the spotlight, he did not start the war bu he did made it uglier, he took advantage of government crackdowns to go into areas where other cartels where weakened by the government, this resulted in a deadlier war and sicarios being rapidly replaced meant that recruitment was no longer a hard thing you didnt had to be known and didnt had to win their trust to be welcomed into the cartel, now they just hired any crackhead and pay with drugs. organized crime became so disorganized.

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  2. What those his captured do his organization ? Exactly nothing they still 701 People wanting to take his spot and next one

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    1. So, do you suggest we should let him go free, only because 701 people can take his place ?

      Are you serious ?

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    2. The further down the line you get, the less qualified those '701 people' are. They will not be able to achieve what Joaquin achieved, and they're not going to be able to fill his shoes.
      I'd figure there is only a small amount of people, including his sons, who could truly take the wheel.

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    3. He and the rest should be introduced to the Drone...The real war has been ignored for too long...Ignored to keep several generations of good people in down...Who is to blame? Start with the cartels....

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    4. Nothing but true, i live in L.A and bet you i can get any drug like before and after his arrest. It is all a farse the main suppliers we all know who they are....cía and dea...Wake up already smh

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    5. 7:12 "we" can blame many causes, but never start with the cartels, you go and get some drawing paper, some crayons and start all over again.

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    6. 701 people waiting to take his place? i doubt any of the 700 on forbes that came to the list before Chapo want anythin to do with his cartel

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  3. If the American government ever promises you anything. Make sure you have their words on paper signed and notarized. With multiple copies tucked away. Because a lot of times so much is promised only 2 end up as nothing more than ashes in their mouths. - Sol Prendido

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    1. That's the truth

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    2. more like...

      -El Sol Pendejo

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    3. When has the U.S. ever executed someone that was extradited under an agreement that there be no capital punishment? Name one. You're talking nonsense.

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  4. El Midget is done. Through. Finished. Should have plenty of time reading comic books in ADX when he is done. Especially at the hands of a public pretender since he can't justify even have one legitimate peso.

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  5. Big boss Mencho has ordered Trump to release Chapo immediately or else.

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    1. I wanna see the or else part, I dare anyone to try to make a attempt on Trump.

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    2. La puta de la mencha aka el menso is probably one of the next ones to fall face down ass up, if he doesn't cooperate, pay...

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  6. Well, that's the nail on coffin. Zambada next.

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    1. If Zambada is caught 1 year from now, you know who's singing hahaha

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    2. Keep dreaming zambada will never be captured

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    3. Zambada is the smoothest operator of all time in the narcotics industry. I would be astonished if they caught him but with that said Chapo may actually be able to make it happen for the Feds.

      He would never do it while his sons are free, however. It would bring about their imminent demise.

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    4. I only know of one other narco who is smoother than Mayo.

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  7. Mr Guzman is better off in the States that in MX. If Chino, Vicentillo and other associates flipped why not him to secure a lighter sentence.

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    1. Yeah bunch of rats

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    2. A lighter sentence? LOL The minimum sentence for this first indictment is mandatory life (per count x 17). He still has 100's of counts in other jurisdictions. The least he will get is mandatory life concurrent to the others then after his convictions in the other jurisdictions they run that consecutive upon completion of his first. LOL He will die in the American justice system.

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    3. He can flip on mayo or azul(if he's still alive). That or give info leading to mencho's arrest are the only possible scenarios I see to maybe reducing his time. He'll die in jail regardless. The US probably won't use any of his info on corruption in Los Pinos

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    4. The only deal Chapo will get is to fork over 14 billion in hard USD's so we can start the wall!!!

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    5. Arellanos, Carrillos, Beltranes, all flipped to save their asses. Why not?

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    6. because Chapo is the big fish they was chasing there is no one for him to flip on

      ~~~el spaceio~~~

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    7. Pero que rependejos estan de nada les sirve tanta droga que se meten hasta por el oyete del culo, tanto billete y guerras para nada. Solo para terminar asi, y luego devolviendola hacia el país mas rico del mundo??? PFF' ...

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    8. I can see it now. His loving nalgona wife on a reality TV showing her support in NY...

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    9. He looks pretty buddy buddy with them guards.

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    10. Mr Guzman flipping on his own people would be the greatest triumph in the history of US law enforcement. Sammy the Bull flipping on Gotti would be considered small potatoes compared to what this guy knowns in regards to the infrastructure (shot callers) of the Mexican underworld. Under Mr Guzman's leadership, the Mexicans rose the top of the food chain in the global criminal hierarchy. He basically ran Mexico with an iron fist for 20 years. He could probably do 10 years standing on his head and go home to his jovencita. I see this case ending up like Vicente's case where agreements are made and money is paid. It is part of a bigger and grander master plan. It will be Chapo's last escape but not before he gives a big middle finger to friends and foes alike.

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    11. Not true.. The biggest fish often get the best deals. He's too big of a fish to ever get out, of course. With that said, he has more info than anyone else in the world on drug organizations, whether his own or his conpetitors as well as on political corruption(pretty much useless for US purposes).

      It gets pretty lonely in ADX from what I understand. While he can't buy himself out he can buy himself some comfort.

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    12. In ADX you can't buy any comfort.

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    13. I think Emma will move on and get a guy finally her own age and O he's gotta have money.I'm sure a lot of guys would snatch her up.She's pretty and famous and maybe 'nuthuggers of Chapo' well let's just say she will have her Chapo groupies that can live through her providing they are not intimidated of course.

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  8. I used to think this fucker got to much press . POUR IT ON NOW ! Write some songs about how this fucker is going to live out his life . This is the consequences of being a big outlaw . He is the big boy and don't stop his story . Hell start predicting how he will age in there and do age progression portraits of him . I wish no kid would ever deceived again into thinking this is a glamorous life style . Those dumbass narco songs and the dumb asses that sing them ........... Dumb fucks

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    1. Why don't you tell us how much you you've accomplished in your life did they write songs about you or documentarys about your awesome life you have lead please post links to your wealth and fortune 500 company you own

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    2. Misfortune 500 more like. Quit worshipping drug dealers and murderers.

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    3. @ 6:45pm...relax brother, you sound as if the carnal from 2:01pm te rayo la Madre. He's just making "his" comment. No need to get ur panties in a bunch....y a Michoacan, well you know the rest....

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    4. 6:45- OK bitter person. By the verbage of your response I"m guessing your not exacactly living la vida loca either.

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    5. I have a corrido about me I paid for it but since im not from Sinaloa or in the game its actually not that exciting I did not lie I do have a land scaping company plus I sell lots of tameles on the weekend I uber on my spare time so I actually make decent money I've been on lots of you tube videos sometimes not by choice

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    6. Tell him 6:45, this choir boys think they are somebody to judge. Perhaps their own parents were chapos clients...

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    7. Wow 2:01 you're so smart and righteous. You're probably one of these people who chants USA USA USA. You're government is worse than these narcos easily. Look at the mayhem, death and destruction they have unleashed or helped create in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Korea, Vietnam the American Indians, African American the list goes on and on. So when you are out there singing the praises of your country or reciting the pledge of allegiance remind yourself that your as bad as those narcos and pendejos that make and listen to Narco corridos at least we are not delusional and believe they're is righteousness and virtue in our reality bitch.

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    8. 6:40 . You sound like your are describing A respectable person . Respect earned . Not some kind of bullshit these dumb criminal call respect out of intimidation . Buddy if you are who you described , you own respect in your daily life . The sub culture of criminals only count if you live in that life . I am feeling more confident each day that this culture will begin to diminish .
      Caro Quintero , you better surround yourself with scared people and live in a isolated cave . The USA is coming and there are many place on this plant we can hide the person that turns you over . We want your life !

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    9. Hmm lets see who saved the free world from facisim? Oh yeah it was usa usa usa you moron. Yes our gov has sure messed up in some wars but now we have a president with balls and brains. So u better find a spider hole to hide in cause uncle donny is coming for u...

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  9. When is the US going to start having a stronger stance against users and small time dealers? You have to cut demand in order to cut supply. They have been fighting one cartel after the other for years, and the next cartel is already in place ready to keep on keeping on. Quit giving welfare to users, prosecute anyone that fails a drug test when seeking for a job or just goddam legalize every drug out there and tax the shit out of it. Just look at Colorado, washington and others who are already profiting from it.

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    1. Good comment.

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    2. Lol You CANT cut demand, thats some of the most stupid shit Ive ever heard, people will always use and that will never change, to look at drug use any other way is literally childish, You have to take away the BLACK market to take away these criminals main source of power. And Im not saying your dumb, thats just an irrational thought on the subject and history has proved that.

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      Say it dude,he's dumb

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    4. Buddy you live in a bubble if think drug use is ending. I do see ur point on the prosecuting walfare drug users but there are so many ways to cheat the system that it would likely not really work. I am a steong believer that cannabis should be the only drug treated differently and removed from class 1 drugs

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    5. Greed is the root cause of drug addiction,
      I don't have a problem with addiction to strawbrrries,
      I don't own the business of strawberries,
      I don't care who owns it...
      But drugs have created enormous fortunes in the world, and they are hidden...and used for evil, and they keep making enormous evil fortunes even larger for people that didn't even "create" any of it.
      India has created new currency, and the old will lose its value, but what about assets? Well, they all need to be claimed, and their proceed cell explained, cent by.cent, or their owner will lose them to the claimants,
      --who will then pay taxes for their inheritance...and be accountable for the future...
      --Ma and Pa greasy spoons will be exempt, as will be the franeleros, car washers, oranges traffickers, tacos and hot dogs, and the market of strawberries, all tax free.
      --there are enough greedy accountants in the world.
      --First we kill all the lawyers...
      Of course, taxing every little sale of popcorn and pumpkin seeds is more relevant to the state the times...

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  10. El Patron comera langostas y tomara Buchanan del 18. La C.I.A lo va a cuidar muy bien

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  11. Hahahaha 14 billion hahaha Don Neto still hasn't paid Camarenas Family and they are going to ask for 14 billion.

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    1. --Don neto hasn't paid 1 million dollars USD.
      --La chapa is worth I biļlion dollars "according to Forbes"
      They will have a lot of work getting that one billion, and even more lot of hard work trying to scratch the other 13 billion outta their arses, looks like la chapa is just needed for a "show and tell" onslaught of propaganda for the 4th REICH
      --THE BEER HALL PUTSCH OF THE TEA PARTY HAS BEEN ACHIEVED, but the fat lady ain't have sung yet...
      --At his first press release: "The Propaganda Minister Sean Spicer runs away after lying because he did not have the 'Cajones' to answer a single question" Dan Rather...

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  12. Mr. Chapo pleads Not Guilty..let's bring in the bargaining table.

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    1. 2:15 "Doritos y Aguachiles" y las bucanas, before you even think of bringin' the bargainin' table

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    2. Bargaining table? LOL. There will be no plea less then mandatory consecutive life sentences.

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  13. Star witness will.include/vicente zambada/el mochomo...an so many Colombians an central americans..of course the twins..maybe even the arellanos

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    1. El Mochomo?Don't think so,that dude said shit..

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    2. He be called...that he take the stand an testify we see...now vicente's 10 year deal was based on him testifying on chapo no doubt he take the stand...also victor cazares

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    3. Raif.. Victor Cazares forgot about him,the bigged up twins,vincent already been used and abused so ye i imagine he may,but its still not cool,practical but not nice,people you worked with,partied with,godfather to children all o that..Supermax man,that is naughty,turn you into psychotic animals..

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    4. U think la barbie will snitch on him to help himself?

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  14. Well that's the end of that. I think we can all thank and appreciate chapo for the years of entertainment he provided this website. I will be awaiting his upcoming movies/tv shows.

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  15. Nada cambia.. 💯💵 Y arriba Durango!

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    1. Respect to Durango jente Buena y trabajadora de rancho no presumen

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  16. I heard Trump wants to use Chapo's $14B to pay for his 'wall.'

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  17. How much time is he looking at? I'm sure it's a load off his shoulders to be in the states. His wife can see him without fear of being murdered. Besides everyone here sees him as a superstar...

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    1. Agreed, he also can probably get a full nights sleep now along with basic human rights. You can just tell the difference with the way the dea agents walk him and when the Mexican marines walk him and grab him by the neck. Not to mention they even hooked it up with a lipton iced tea lol

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    2. I don't know about the ref of the reader of borderland beat but I admire Chapo. he came from nothing and became bigger than life. He is no more "evil" or "bad" than presidents or goverments. The difference is they're deeds are done under the pretense of "national security", the champs of the world are born out of inequality and government systems that are made in such a way to hold most of its citizens in poverty while the few enjoy the hard work and sacrifice of many. It's easy to say if I were them I wouldn't sell drugs I would work 18 hours a day to not even make enough to feed my family but they live in the us where even if you're among the poorest you live In relative comfort: so all you righteous people out there don't speak when you don't know the first thing of what you speak of. You live in dianeyland and your type of problems are which restaurant that will You will eat at tonite or where can I buy the new hottest phone cause they're sold out

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    3. @12:41 and that's something only men of knowledge understand these little boys will never get it

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    4. Bull crap my parents had nothing dirt poor from LA sierra and they made a very well life for themselves and set me up all clean hard work don't have to watch my back for nothing other than a few hatter might not be on Forbes but live great

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    5. 12:41 I the real "I agree guy", AGREE with you.

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  18. Chivis - thanks/gracias for all you are and all you do.

    Looking forward to BB reporting/commentary on this ongoing story.

    -He's entered a plea of "not guilty." What might be his legal strategy?
    -His attorneys are court-appointed. Does that mean public defender? Who are his lawyers and what is their motivation? Why doesn't he get his own lawyers?
    -The prosecution is going after $14 billion. How will they confiscate land and businesses and other money-laundered assets in Mexico? Are his compadres scrambling to protect those? How much cooperation will the Feds get from sources in Mexico for evidence, etc.?
    -What's the reaction in Mexico and Sinaloa?
    -How are they going to find "a jury of his peers" in New York City?
    How much money will the trial cost? Will any of the judges or prosecutors be threatened/set up for murder/bribed? What are the chances of him being found innocent? If that happens would he be extradited back to Mexico to face charges there?

    Would the Flores brothers and Vicente Zambada appear in court to testify?

    And, of course, what everyone wants to know - will Chapo snitch? Will he name names and provide evidence on corruption at the local, state, national, international levels? Who might he take down with him? If he does turn states evidence, will this mean a lighter sentence? I realize it's all speculation at this point but you guys at BB have a way better understanding of all this than the American mass media.




    Loyal reader in California




    He's using court-appointed

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    1. His lead atty of record, assignedas of today is:
      Michael K. Schneider
      Federal Defenders of New York, Inc.
      One Pierrepont Plaza, 16th Floor
      Brooklyn, NY 11201
      718-330-1200
      718-855-0760 (fax)
      michael_schneider@fd.org
      Assigned: 01/20/2017

      He is a part of "Federal Defenders" a group who represents the poor. http://federaldefendersny.org/about-us/

      I am guessing it is a temporary move to protect his rights until other atty’s take his case or gain rights to practice law in NY. I truly do not know. He has always worked with the guidance of a power atty whose name I can’t recall but I think is in Tx or DC. I checked both Florida and NY to determine if he has atty’s (private) in either and he does not. Maybe a legal mind can help us out.
      The 14B is an inflated figure to protect the interests of the U.S. in any unknown assets that may be discovered. Many assets are listed in his various kingpin filings by the U.S. over the years. Of course those in Mex, Mexico has priority to seize.
      Yes the witnesses must appear in court to face Chapo.
      Snitch? Of course he will, if there is a benefit for him. They all do, except Mochomo who has not cut a deal or snitched before pleading guilty.

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    2. Thanks, much appreciate your response and ongoing reports.

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    3. PS... I will post the florida indictment tomorrow, however it contains 5 counts and they are asking for "Life imprisonment"

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    4. He will not have any private attorneys at all unless they work pro bono. The federal government demands proof of legitimate assets and accounts. Nothing he has can be legitimized in the monetary sense that the US govt requires, hence we will proceed with a worthless public defender. His weak defense will be based on public defenders until he checks in at ADX Florence.

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    5. @5:15

      He will get adequate representation. In the federal system court appointed attorneys are top notch.

      His trial will last years though. The Feds never prosecute unless they have a very strong case. He is off the scene now. He will be isolated.

      This is finally the end for Chapo.

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    6. How does Mochomo and Vicente have top notch lawyers if they cant show legitimacy either? Chapo can maybe claim he has a few legit million dollars from cattle, farming, or land in Mexico from along time ago maybe? Not sure the laws in Mexico but how do other capos get representation in the states? How did Guero Palma get out so quickly?

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    7. What if they just seal it and no one knows forever what happens in that court room. Lol

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    8. For @ 5:28, yes he will get adequate but bare bones representation. BTW, the legal work is not "top notch" and they are not the best. They are bottom barrel attorneys making minimum salary compared to the lucrative salaries of top notch private attorneys. Their success rates at trial are less then 18% national average. Which means a 80% plus conviction rate for the federal prosecutors. There may be a diamond in the rough who attempts to try and make a name for him/herself but in Chapo's predicament he has NO possible way to get less then the minimum mandatory life sentence.

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    9. @6:13 - Vicente's attorneys are not top notch. They are ambulance chasers like Bruce Cutler. Santangelo and Panzer take any infamous case in the hopes of recognition. Almost all their clients are doing life or maximum prison sentences and others have take plea deals for substantial prison time. Then they send enormous legal fees to the feds in the hopes they get the full amount they ask for but mostly it is average per hour low end federal attorney fees. They too are public defenders in hope of a big payoff, book or movie deal. Chapo will get sub par but adequate legal representation even though by law he is not entitled to it since he is not a citizen of the US. But fair is fair. Eduardo Balarezo, Leyva's atty is the same but good, he chases high end foreigners for clients and is known as a plea specialist. Between all 3, almost all their clients are doing extremely long and lengthy prison sentences. Rarely have they gotten anyone off the hook, just ambulance chasers looking for the free lottery ticket payoff.

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    10. Yep. Vicente's lawyers are headline hunters who take any big name cases (at a cost cuz they do bill the feds). Nothing but wanna be lawyers who can't make it in private practice and yep, they follow in Gotti's and the Gambino's lawyers footsteps. Cutler was a loser and received no respect as do Vicente's lawyers. Their peers do not respect them.

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      Good comments dude,interesting..

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    12. Finally some one who nows a little more thank you

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    13. Mochomo's atty eduardo is an excellent atty. Because of him his client may get a favorable sentence. he did not encourage a plea, but in most cases the feds want the plea. eduardo is a good guy and a brilliant atty. I don't think he was appointed I think he had him before the extradition. let me find out.

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    14. Chivis, Eduardo Balarezo is a court-appointed attorney in the majority of his cases. He is not that good he makes plea deals for a living. Balarezo was court appointed to represent Leyva. Leyva also took the plea deal rather then face mandatory life and this will come out in Guzman's trial. Balarezo thinks he is a genius on cartels but his clients would think otherwise. He has lost almost every single jury trial he has been appointed on and lost the majority of appeals he has filed. I believe a simple Bing or Google search would inform as to such. His web site is very low class and all the displayed cases are convictions, including plea deals. The wins are one or two and only for federal violations to speedy trials.

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    15. The government probably won't use Vicente as a witness. He is too unreliable and a known liar. However, the do have 100's of hours of intercepted phone conversations between Vicente and Chapo discussing murders and body disposals among other things that will be brought out in trial.

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    16. at 6:2 you are wrong, I can't say how I know, but I do. After the case is sentenced I can say more. other atty's have been involved in the case. MOST cases plea, that is what the gov wants.

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  19. Anyone who thinks it's a coincidence they did this a day before Trump took office is a fool.

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    1. No coincidence at all, they must had planned out the whole thing, seems like they know what they are doing... Or at least it's what it looks like..

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    2. Was this Obama's last deal? For sure this move did not hurt Trump.

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    3. It's pena nieto...to show he is willing to do what ever trump says...yeah like stop the flow of gas an raise up prices

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    4. @8:21. You hit the nail on the head I think

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  20. bb loves beltrans and cjng thats why they havent posted the article about mochomos family member getting clapped by cds

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    1. Can't blame bb for recognising the real plus its his/her blog go follow del records

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    2. Isn't that big news they should have posted that

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    3. Jajajaja go follow del records that's a good one

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    4. Yeah read about that

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    5. bb is a sinaloa hater

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    6. This is a sinaloa cartel article gtfo

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    7. Pesele a quien le Pese Sinaloa sigue rifando!!
      This ain't Tamaulipas or Michoacán or Jalisco ... this is SINALOA and this shit ain't anywhere near over ... puro T. D. O !!!

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    8. Mientras los corridos de Sinaloa Sean los ma's populares Sinaloa Sera LA moda

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  21. He is the MEXICAN that will end up paying for the the wall that Trump wants to build.

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    1. And what does he get in return. F--- that

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  22. So, is $14B enough to pay for The Wall? Maybe this is what Trump had in mind?!

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    1. I never woukd have thought of That One! Brilliant

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    2. You never know with those ppl...

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  23. Y Chapo..., valió la pena El Negocio De Droguas etc?!

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  24. wow, so he must have been worth about or at least $14 billion USD! (if they've valued his assets they wish to freeze at that amount)

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    1. They always demand crazy amounts. They were also asking billions from mochomo who very likely doesn't have anywhere near that.

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    2. It doesn't read as though they are "asking" for 14 billion but rather that they have listed assets of his worth 14 billion which they're requesting be frozen.

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    3. The DoJ estimates that the over 400,000 tons of drugs shipped during the years alleged in the indictment are estimated to be worth 14 billion USD, hence the estimated number.

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  25. Oh yeah, he looks terrified lol.

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    1. Lol he does look scared

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    2. Bet you would too lol please don't lie to yourself

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    3. Why would I be scared I'm a u.s citizen I could care less I'll go to jail do my time

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  26. Can anyone identify the DEA agent on the right (with the beard and glasses) in the photo?

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    1. You're going to thank him for his service?

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    2. After research, I found his name to be Agent: Rodrigo Benitez he was also the translator for chapo.

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    3. His name is cochiloco!!.

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  27. Trump was never going to get the credit for this so they only really had yesterday to do it. As for his quick transfer ive noticed Mexican pollies finally act after their hand is forced in a serious international incident. Remember the 43 they caught Viceroy and El H that same week. Now you have Playa Del Carmen as well as rioting in the streets which has affected tourists and within the week Chapo is in the US.

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  28. hes r . to his situation sad was it worth it?chapo paid the price for no wall.
    cudiate el nazka nick

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  29. 6:06 don't know y who is he???

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  30. they took hundreds if not thousands of pics and upload the few where he looks most humiliated and with an expression that can pass as being frightened..I highly doubt he's "scared" - it's not as though he was captured by a rival cartel to be beheaded or as though the US will torture him, he'll be treated like any other first world country prisoner.

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    1. That's the truth they are trying to make him look like a chump but that's the last thing he is 7:05

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  31. hope trompas does not get booty hurt the media is covering this story stealing the spotlight from his crooked ass inaguration

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  32. Lets all hear it for "American Justice" and try not to laugh .

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    1. Hahahahahahahahah sorry couldn't hold it in.

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    2. The charges are laughable. It is ridiculous that the government ask for 4 billion dollars 💵.

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  33. Chapo faces "American Justice" the shining beacon of light for the rest of the world,infallible and gleaming,star spangled and righteous,god himself envies our Justice and says "git the fuck outta here"nigga is you crazy,nah just tripping..
    American Justice,how fuckin self righteous and hypocritical,the conglomerate of venality that throws peoples lives away for shop lifting,to help feed the voracious privately run prison(sorry)justice system..Smart marks will say(well they shouldn't shoplift 3 times)..Sort of misses a deeper point?

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  34. Welcome to the U.S.A chapo! Have fun at supermax no visitors ever and 30 minutes of shower time once a week, you will be bonkers in two months. 24 hours a day in a 3x6 cell with no window lol, MAGA #buildthatwall!

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    1. Only a doofus that knows peanuts about construction and believes everything he sees on tv including professional wrestling (about 70% of Anglo-Americans ) actually think that building that wall in four years is remotely possible... your an idiot

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  35. In Altiplano everybody had to shave and low haircut,not in the USA....That's the only good thing for Chapo! This guy will never see mayo,his kids and other associates ever again! This guy will rat but not to skim time but to get a privalage or 2! He's going to Supermax and in maybe 20yrs a lower prison,not a camp but lower then Supermax...This dude ain't sleeping for at least 2-4 weeks!

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  36. so whos chapo clicking up in the joint? is there any mexicans locked up where his at?

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    1. hes not clicking up with nobody he's going to be away from everyone

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    2. I will leave this here......

      http://www.proceso.com.mx/470958/chapo-fue-recibido-estrella-rock-en-prision-manhattan-new-york-post


      What a warm welcome....


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    3. Dude....He will likely NEVER see another inmate EVER once he hits the prison he's going to. ADX is designed so you have ZERO unnecessary contact which means:

      No contact with fellow inmates
      No communication with guards
      When they let you out for exercise your rec yard is connected to your cell. They unlock it automatically. This means you don't even get to see another human but probably once a week. Food through the door.

      He won't get to make eye contact let alone click up with anyone

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    4. This is chapo #6

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    5. @ 8:38pm...his inner demons bro,that's the only people he will be communicating with for the rest of his life.

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    6. @11:16 As I have said here before, we do not have the tools or the power to modify comments. what you see is what was written by the commenter.

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    7. @3:54 I'd rather get executed than live like that. Especially if the sentence is for life. Mexico doesn't have the death penalty because there are worse punishments. That's why those savages in Mexico don't just kill people with a bullet to the head like the Italian mafia, they gotta rape and dismember and torture.

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    8. @11:16
      "Some comments are too precious to be shared" chivis said.
      --I think you need to come down and be less "classy precious"
      si quieres andar aqui de caliente...

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  37. If they are giving him life, there is no point in paying 14 billion. That's bullshit. They would have to release him for 14 billion. If not, fuck me. Oh yea here's 14 billion now throw away the key I'm dumb that way

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  38. @8:38

    Theres definetely is. And they are all doing triple digit sentences at ADX, plenty of time for them and chapo to become compadres. Hell they will probably worship the ground Chaps walks on. Who im referring to are a handful of Mexican Mafia bosses, Latin King bosses, and a few other heavy duty Mexican/Latino shot-callers from the American prison system. Shit not to mention Juan Garcia Abrego, maybe they can get (re?)acquainted? I wonder how that conversation would go....hah id sure love to be a fly on that wall

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  39. Now if Chapo's sons get caught he will roll and we would possibly see Zambada fall shortly thereafter. He would not do this with his sons on the streets though.

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    1. El Chico Zambada gets out in a few years. What do you think will happen then?

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  40. Wake up low-life narcos! This is fake news story! You are really just having a nightmare! From too much drugs and alcohol!
    In the morning when you awake you will see!

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  41. He will be the lead porter

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  42. Don't kid yourselves, El Presidente read 'The Art of the Deal' then sacked his economic cabinet, hired new trade negotiaters and FedEx'd public enemy Numero Uno to NYC - Trumps hometown - the day before Trump takes office. This is the first movement of the renegotiation of NAFTA and a new stratdegy in the Drug War.

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    1. LOL 2:45PM, do I detect petty jealousy because this man is president and a multi-billionaire? What do you do, still work at a pump your gas station full service lane? LOL Frigging jerk

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  43. You don't need tunnels to get out of US prisons. All you need to do is sing. And chapo is the king of snitches. Puro witness protection papa.

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    1. No need to worry, his witness protection will be Florence in a 12x9 dog cage 23 hours a day no human contact. So no worries there! He has nothing we want, the US would rather send him to the gallows as an example if they could.

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  44. Chapo needs a gym membership
    He's gained some weight

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    1. Thought that,he's gained a lot of weight

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    2. Top ramen does that its high on sodium plus no mandatory rutina in mexico prison system

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  45. The shoot out in Playa del Carmen the other day and the after-shock scrapes are the beginning of the end of tourism along the Yucatan coast and that will be it for all tourism in Mexico. Nothing and no one is safe, especially for Mexicans.

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    1. Yup kinda like Acapulco...Word is that BPM is going to forget about PDC and concentrate on their event in Portugal

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  46. Flores brothers will tell if they want to keep their illegal money. It was a sweet deal for those chumps. No fines or penalties. America for you.
    From Chicago.......

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  47. Can we now FINALLY stop talking El Chapo?

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    1. 7:50 NO if you don't want read about chapo go to another site!!

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    2. 10:07 I AGREE, WOW! It feels so nice agreeing with SOMEBODY OTHER THAN MYSELF and my own comments. Thst's unpresidented.

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  48. The rat is finally trapped.

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    1. Had more connections and money then you would. .oh and if your in the business you would eventually be trapped too

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  49. El Chapo probably has information on shady deals with the DEA. However, I doubt the DEA will ever let that information get out to the public.
    Reportan lo que les coviene. Hopefully someday a good journalist is able to freely interview El Chapo.

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    1. Nobody believed Vicentillo Zambada when he tried to snitch on the DEA so who's gonna believe Chapo?

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  50. https://youtu.be/cY8nqw5ai-c he sint worried about nothing

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    1. jajaja.... entertaining for sure, what prison? not max...one comment said Mississippi. Of course Chapo will most likely be going to florence. I will be posting a video of that prison. he will be with the uni bomber.

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    2. Has La Barbie's sentencing been delayed because of this? Mochomo obviously isn't going to rat him out. Will they be in the same cell block? You mentioned the Unabomber, who else is bunking down there?

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    3. Of course Chapo will be going to ADX Florence. Because of his status and because of his prior escape attempts. This will be the ONLY prison he will be sent too.

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    4. Well Mochomo hasn't been sentenced it's a possibility he might take the stand on his ex jefe

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    5. The Unabomber, Ted Kaczinsky was a great mathematician, may still be, Harvard U was too small for him, he could teach the donal' some math, and maybe some science, and about the environment,
      --"and the donal' could teach Ted Kaczinsky some compassion for his fellow men..." Naaah scratch that...

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  51. Even if he had a shady info he's a felon trying to get off the hook not a reliable source

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  52. Respect this man. He has accomplished alot in his life.

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    1. Yeah he's a regular Mother Teresa isn't he

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    2. Alot of crap is what the little pig accomplished. Terrorism addiction murder extortion barberism. Yeah real accomplishments. He ranks right up there with hitler and stalin. I hope he lives a long long time in supermax.

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    3. --Hitler was financed by the Rothschild and more than a few americans, like Henry Ford, Prescott Bush, Charles Lindbergh.
      --Stalin was helped by the Koch Brothers elders to build his refineries, and by the british empire among others.
      --La chapa created his empire from an orange vendor's cart and does not plagiarize Bane speeches about "American Carnages"

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    4. @12:40 es todo viejon.. chapo is the reason people are addicted to drugs? Give me a break Ponte a estudiar mijo. Good or bad guy he ain't the reason junkies are shooting up dumb dumb!

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  53. Chapo sells close to 3 billion a month so 14 billion is abot 5 to 6 months work for him. He will pay his way out

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  54. They closed the Brooklyn Bridge in NYC when Chapo's motorcade arrived. He's clearly in cahoots with El Donaldo cause he stepped right in on Trump's home turf and Trump didn't call him a rapist or anything. PS I bet they closed the Holland Tunnel in NYC too

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  55. Is the first post-extradition Chapo corrido out yet? LOL

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  56. All you haters saying Chapo snitch sound like snitches pointing the finger chapo snitched

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  57. 2:55 Yea I'm a hater . I hate the little bastard and anybody who wants or tries to be like him . Wish he could be composted and used for fertilizer . At least he would have one useful accomplishment in his sorry life . Damn I got respect for good people that do right and hold their heads high . Not having to duck enemies or law enforcement . The ones that stand their ground because their right and the world backs them because they all know their right . Fuck drug dealers and all that idolize them .

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    1. Well good for you but with so much hate I hope you do stuff for your community and stop wasting time on here if your such a good guy he shouldn't bother you

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