Tuesday, March 21, 2017

BLO: Alfredo "Mochomo" Beltran Leyva to be sentenced on April 5th

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat-thank you Narcomics!

A week prior to the originally scheduled trial, Alfredo “Mochomo” Beltran Leyva informed his attorney, Eduardo Balarezo, of his desire to enter an “unconditional guilty plea”.  The plea is as bad as it sounds, he unlike any other narco who has litigated in the federal court of U.S. did not seek  a deal in exchange for a favorable sentence,     
From the point of the extradition filing and as the process continued, the case contained irregularities. If one retrieves the life of the case beginning at “Zero”, as Borderland Beat previously pointed out, only at the point that Beltran Leyva was nearing the end of his prison sentence in Mexico, did the United States have him in their crosshairs.  He was not mentioned in previous BLO Cartel indictments, nor named in previous witness testimony given by cooperatives, such as the Flores twins who named, and gave critical information against  scores of capo’s and cartel members they interacted with.  Yet one of the twins was slated to testify in behalf of the U.S. in any trial against Beltran Leyva. 

The rushed indictment was bare bones, boiler plate issue.  When he pleaded guilty,  he was pleading to one charge, taking place in Washington State in November, 2010, the bust occurred while Beltrán Leyva was incarcerated in Mexico.  It is the contention of the U.S.,  that the defendant was still continuing to give operational orders while behind bars.



From filing:
“Mr. Beltrán Leyva’s understanding, as well as that of his Mexican attorneys, was that he being extradited to face charges related to the drug seizures in Washington State. 
However, after Mr. Beltrán Leyva’s extradition, the government disclosed that it intended to try Mr. Beltrán Leyva as being a member of a large-scale conspiracy involving the Mexican “Federation,” which is alleged to be composed of the “Sinaloa Cartel” and what the government terms the “Beltrán Leyva Organization.” 
The government further sought to try him as conspiring with Colombian traffickers to import cocaine from Colombia to Mexico. Finally, the government sought to associate Mr. Beltrán Leyva with multiple seizures of cocaine loads. It was understood from early on that the government’s evidence consisted principally of cooperator testimony. Based on the information available to him concerning the government’s evidence, Mr. Beltrán Leyva decided to exercise his constitutional right to trial.
During the pendency of this case, the government filed various motions where it claims it set forth other crimes evidence against Mr. Beltrán Leyva. The week before the scheduled start of trial, the government proffered to the Court the expected testimony of various witnesses, including cooperators.

The government now seeks to have the Court sentence Mr. Beltrán Leyva to life in prison based largely on the representations in its various motions and the “proffer” provided prior to the scheduled trial. The Court should reject that government’s request and sentence Mr. Beltrán Leyva to 25 years. In sum, the Court should not rely solely upon the government’s self-serving and non-objective recitation of the facts it believes it would have proven at trial.”

Extradition

Extraditions from Mexico to the U.S. is to include all charges intended to bring against the defendant at trial.  An exception is an agreement entered in to by the two nations, written and signed by Mexico prior to extradition.  In the case of Beltran Leyva, it lacked such an agreement, yet the U.S. added charges subsequent to his transfer to the Unites States. 

When the guilty plea was entered, defense and the U.S. presented its pre-sentencing filings including the ridiculous forfeiture of 10,000,000,000, TEN BILLION dollars. This figure was largely based on “information” set forth by narco’s, fulfilling a portion of their obligation after cutting sweet deals with the United States.  What is painful to see, it the list of scum, far greater a threat and past criminality than Alfredo Beltran Leyva.  While it is  while understandable the trade off in the deals made with the Flores Twins in exchange for valuable information, but the others…truly a mockery to justice. 

After the filings were received by the trial judge, and perhaps his sensing probable difficulties, regarding  the case on appeal. Such as the claims against the defendant were substantially based on the word of bad guys who cut deals.  And just maybe the explanation of how exactly the ten billion dollar forfeiture figure was derived, should be on record.  It was then the judge ordered the evidentiary hearing.

Motion to withdraw guilty

It was during this time, that Beltran Leyva filed a Motion to withdraw guilty plea.  It was denied, as was the motion to reconsider.

Motion to withdraw (the filings posted contain an abundance of cartel information)

Evidentiary Hearing

“Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Richard J. Leon: Evidentiary Hearing as to ALFREDO BELTRAN LEYVA resumed and held on 2/23/2017. Exhibits admitted into evidence. Evidentiary Hearing continued to 3/1/2017 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 18 before Judge Richard J. Leon.


Defendants filing: Aid of Sentencing 

Sentencing April 5 at 2:30PM

Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Richard J. Leon: Status Conference/Forfeiture Hearing as to ALFREDO BELTRAN LEYVA held on 3/8/2017. The Court issues its findings on the Sentencing Enhancements. Sentencing is set for 4/5/2017 at 2:30 PM in Courtroom 18 before Judge Richard J. Leon. Supplemental Sentencing Memoranda from the parties are due by 3/24/2017.


U.S. Forfeiture filing

The document below are statements from the Flores twins, with interesting cartel operational information


106 comments:

  1. Yeah until it gets delayed again...

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  2. I always think of Dr. Evil when I hear the 10 billion dollar forfeiture..

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    1. Dr Evil being the US Govt??

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  3. Saludos para todos mis tocayos. - Sol Prendido

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  4. Buena suerte mi compa MOCHOMO!!!!

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  5. Chapo betrayed and snitched on mochomo

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  6. 10 billion?? damm beltran leyva family is ballin

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    1. They want 14 billion from Chapo

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    2. 2:17 yea they made it in fruit and vegetable industry . Then they contribute large amounts to the poor children around the continents . Oh wait that might be WRONG !
      The rest of his life is good enough

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    3. 14 billion for what...what will that get him? I wouldn't give them shit. Why pay money like that for nothing..no way. i'd give 14 billion for my freedom but not to stay behind bars

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    4. In US law the plea agreement allows the forfeiture of already seized funds, property and any other valuable that may be in the possession of him, or any company or shell or family member that is deemed proceeds of the alleged conduct.

      Many lawyers in the US fail to inform their clients that under federal law, you do not have to sign a plea agreement. A common theme in the court room is to drop a few counts and have you plead guilty to lets say count one. Count one is usually the conspiracy count that carries the most time.. So basically its a fuck you deal.. You sign your name, lose your right to appeal , give away your assets, and then a few months later your issued your pre sentence investigation report that shows your sentence guideline range.

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    5. @11:15pm Exactly... If Chapo is 65 years old already there is no plea deal he can make that would get him out of jail before he dies. HE won't give any of his money away.

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    6. The US government already has Chapo's money in many different jurisdictions. Its just a formal process at this point, Chapo can give the governments what it asks, or it will prosecute anyone who steps forward and tries to lay claim to it. To even defend a forfeiture is foolish, a attorney will charge you lets say 50k to fight it, if they win they get 35% and then you pay 35% tax to the US government . Its a lose lose situation.

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  7. Lol I know right?

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  8. Mochomera will kill chapos sons soon

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    1. thats f'd up for you to say2:33pm. Stop talking shit

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    2. Pendejo alucin mochomera hahaha. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. Hahahahahahahahahaha

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    3. this is the chapo snitched guy...the admins let him spam nonsense 24-7. The guy is a pathetic loser with no life but spamming "chapo snitch etc" so annoying. get a job or a life and get out of ur moms basement loser.

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  9. At least mochomo will be out and chapo the snitch will rot in supermax

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    1. Mochomo snitched on his own brother, Chapo has never snitched.

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  10. In other words, he will testify against Chapo, for a lower sentence

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    1. That's what I'm thinking

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    2. Alan Gima will testify against him

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    3. no it clearly says that he didn't ask for plea bargain. that means he's not snitching on anyone to get special favors

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    4. He refused to cut a deal....read the post.

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  11. To correct a very important error in this article....Leyva took a sworn plea of "guilty" not a plea of "nolo contendere". These are two distinct and separate pleas. He accepted responsibility and pled GUILTY to the US indictment and charges. Do not get this confused with the "no contest" plea.

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    1. I will take your word for it, but that is what the document states and where I got the term. He only plead to the one charge, not to others including being a leader.

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    2. Here is the original press relase from the DoJ & FBI -- https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/alfredo-beltran-leyva-pleads-guilty-international-drug-trafficking-conspiracy-charges

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    3. Indeed. A "Nolo Contendere" is basically pleading no contest. You aren't pleading guilty, nor are you pleading not-guilty. While not technically a guilty plea, it has the same immediate effect as a guilty plea.

      Usually you only hear someone pleading no contest when it's part of a plea bargain. But Mochomo didn't take a plea deal so if he did indeed plead "Nolo Contendere" that would be odd.

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    4. Not Sure.. But when i got a traffic ticket in my Teen Yrs.. I plead NO CONTEST not even sure Y.. It just Sounded little better... But Ke alguien me Exxxplike... Pls explain..

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    5. Nolo just means you submit to the wisdom of the court, you are not pleading guilty or innocent or playing old wives games.
      In mexico they plead you with "ya te agarré, ya te chingastes" when the polesias need to catch some criminal, they even sit you before a spoken portrait specialist to make your wanted photo after they catch you...

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  12. Nice to see someone posting again . Thx chivis

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  13. Like a real sinaloa Les canto en su gallinero a los gringos like Chino antrax Javier Torres this man will do his time porque not even jail can break this brave sinaloa man

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    1. Tienes mucha razon,si cantaron,thats why they were in PC.Javier Torres es dedo,so is Chino Antrax.How do you think Javier Torres got the sentence he did.His court files are sealed & his sentence was done privately,no one was allowed in the court room!Further more,estuvo preso en puras prisiones de Seguridad Mediana por su propia seguridad y bienestar,por soplon.El Chino Antrax is in PC somewhere in the BOP.If you search for him in the BOP inmate locator you wont find him...thats because hes also a rat!

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  14. Code of the streets no snitching!

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    1. He gonna testify on chapo Lol

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    2. And you have never ever been to prison that's why you are making this dumbass comments, for your information everybody that goes to prison is a snitch

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  15. Puro sinaloa donde ay gallos jugados

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  16. BLO don't snitch like C.D.S

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  17. Pistoleros que fueron famosos Poco a poco se han ido acabando
    Unos muertos otros prisioneros Ya la mafia se esta terminando
    Por la sangre que fue derramada Solo hay luto y familias llorando

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  18. BLO is taking back sinaloa, nobody here likes chapo

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    1. Mochomo gonna testify lol

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    2. Even chapos mom moved out

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    3. She still lives there

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    4. 9:34 chapos mom got scared and left

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    5. You dont know shit.. She wasnt scared. She was put to safety.. I heard from 2 beltranes that touching consuelo would be a bad thing. They even said el tito esta pendejo if he wanted to hurt her. Ji
      Ust like they did with chapos sons. JAGL.

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    6. Nope El Guano runs Badiraguato, Chapos mom is relaxing tranquilo in La Tuna. Mochomito was so scared he ran to Jalisco and called the cops to save him..lmao

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    7. She moved back to LA tuna 11:15

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    1. Main testifier are the Twins! Then Vicentllo, Vicentllo is snitching on Sinoloa cartel,on his own cartel

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    2. From Chicago. Funny how these twins kept everything. Forfeited nothing but his fathers life in retribution.

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    3. the twins are still ballin. idk why their dad went to sinaloa after they started snitching, kinda foolish. wonder if they will be able to stay in witsec when they get out or if it will be too hard to live a boring life

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    4. maybe barbie will testify also, idk he kinda disappeared after "pleading guilty"

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    5. True about vicente..maybe victor emilio cazares,what colombians maybe all the extradited in last 10 yrs..lol

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    6. ralph, why should he now? He cut no deal, your statement makes no sense, unless you are saying he somehow has info so valuable that the gov offers something after being sentence to life, thereby reducing his sentence... I don't even know if that is possible....any legal mind want to weigh in?.... A "close source' advised he is not interested in testifying against anyone. he could of easily entered a deal. and should have.

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    7. Come on are we forgetting about el tigrillo felix...if not A.B.L having major info on chapo then who

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    8. Under the Extradition Treaty laws he cannot be sentenced to death or life.No one that is extradited to the US can be sentenced to death or life,no matter what the circumstances.

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  20. What was the original charge in Washington state in nov 2010? I'm actually in Washington state curios to see if will remember the headline once know what bust it was related to. There where many large scale bust in 2010-2011 out here would see ice agents in middle of the hood. Very far from any border they where on the trial of something big would see them all the time now nomore

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    1. it is in detail in the document i posted above....

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  21. Damn Chivis . You need to go argue his appeal . Right or wrong you believe in this guy . Nothing better than council thats loyal and believes in you .

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    1. He got screwed...they could not get arturo. he should have made a deal. He has a top attorney who works diligently on his behalf and cares about his client.

      as for believing in Mochomo. what I believe in is that he must pay for his criminality, even he says that and has put in many years in Mexican prison already. What I do believe is that he was screwed by the U.S. government, unfairly. and not matter what or who a person is, we all have the right to fairness. and I am very upset at the scum like La Barbie and a dozen others who did get deals, that imo were too good for the number and horrific crimes they committed . seems a gross waste of tax money, time and human cost.

      Legalization!! lets start there.

      Paz and Good Night World.....

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    2. Chivis. We know there are people that flew through intersections that didn't get caught . Does that mean we shouldn't enforce the law on the ones that did get caught ? Sure he has done time in Mexico . Hell he could have done time in China for all that matters . YOU CANT SERVE US PUNNISHMENT IN CHINA ! Mexico is this whole other country like Vietnam . Except we have a extradition treaty with mexico . We don't let them serve us prison sentences down there . Chivis you sound almost like some of those nonsense writ writers in the prison systems. The bottom line is he knew when he was committing his crimes he was putting everything on the line . Weather he has billions put back or a few hundred dollars , it was greed that motivated him . He threw himself at the mercy of the court and as far as we know didn't offer anything . He accepted his fate , why don't you ?

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    3. You are very intelligent person. I am very amazed and proud of you for speaking out the way you do. And I agree with you that Alfredo is getting the bad end of it. It seems like such a waste of taxpayer money, and the people don't even realize what the government is doing. And I agree it's time to do some legalization and knock the organized crime L and then out of the bunch of these things. It's gone way past the point. Some people recognize who I am. I lived in Arizona for a long time and I was involved with a lot of these people at one point. But I will say it never ceases to amaze me what the government will do in the deals they will cut with complete trash. It's a very disgusting world. Nothing in the world is worth being involved with this activity with the deck stacked against you the way it is. It's a complete waste of taxpayer money. I wish you the best I wish you well.

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    4. If he hired a top attorney that care of his clients, why not advice mochomo of what he has to do be free one day.
      If you ask me i dont agree in for someone to do life in prison just for not ratting. I see alot RATS getting good deal for half of the crap tey rat is lies.He already did his time in Mexico..
      El hippie

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    5. ABK....thank you. My views have changed radically with respect to "drug war" over the past 15 years. living and working in mexico, in the middle of a hot spot was the the point of seeking all the information I could on the subject. I may not be an expert by any measure, but I know enough to acknowledge my thinking/opinion was wrong, lazy and woefully irresponsible, I depended on political narrative and short-sided investigative reporting and books on the subject. Seeing and experiencing the affects changes a persons priority, compassion and concern on the subject.

      It was the views of two American doctors, one whose son follows our blog, who first talk to me about their strong opinion supporting legalization. I appreciate that legalization is controversial, but i do think one day it will happen, and legal pot is the first step.

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    6. @1:05 I am confidant His atty gave him advice and detail in each option. They halted the proceedings at one point when the gov wanted to enter into plea discussions. It went no where, he refused to rat out anyone. I do not know him directly, and he has never given an interview, but I have interacted with a couple of people who are/were and what they shared told me he would most likely never cut a deal because he would never testify against anyone. I thought he would change his mind because of his children and wife. But that has not happened. BTW he was married to Chapo's cousin, and now married to his niece. Or the other way around I would have to check.

      Remember, his atty can advise until he runs out of oxygen, but the decision is up to the client. as it should be. As the old saying reminds us "you can lead the horse to water....but can't make him drink

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    7. @10:29

      You missed a point, he does not have money. it was the ridiculous claim of the U.S. that prompted the judge to call for a hearing AFTER the guilty plea.

      Secondly, he needs to pay for his crime. My opinion, based on over a decade of narco research and writing is he should not be the one to get life. it should be those who se criminality is far greater...like edgar. no deals for people like him. no matter. give info?? for what? to spend millions, make an arrest then give that scum a deal? and the info from that scumb? ditto?

      see?

      that is my issue. they got the wrong guy to make an example of. a bust in washinton...getting life? yet dealing with the creator of execution on film...gets a deal? that is what I say. like it or not, it is my opinion. I refuse to knee jerk an opinion.

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    8. Not sure what can be legalized other than marijuana. Coke, Meth, and Heroin all very dangerous, even is smaller quantities.

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    9. "Legalize to tax it to have more money to spend on corporate welfare queens limitless projects..."
      El mochomo is being kept away from mexico, warehoused and incommunicado, to keep epn's ass safe, because epn and genarco garcia luna betrayed el mochomo to divide el chapo and arturo beltran leyva, and steal all the narco business for themselves.
      Worse than the mexican narcos, ci5ibank, deutsch bank and it's russian mafya and gove4nment investors, chase, the travelers, bcci, HSBC and many many others that have really big billions of dollars never get prosecuted...
      The skiniest dog gets all the fleas and all the ticks again.

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    10. Chivis it @129 again . I firmly agree this barbe sonofabitch don't need to get out in this lifetime . What I disagree with is we gauge the others sentences against one another . I don't even think a lawyer would be able to argue that point before a jury .
      On the other hand , how do you know the extent of his crimes ? Are you personally involved with him ? If not how can you say the government is making false accusations against him and he plead guilty to them ?

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    11. Alfredo Beltran cant be sentenced to life...he can get an extensive sentence,but not a "Life Sentence"...nothing with life on it.He was extradited & thats part of the extradition treaty!!!Im surprised at all these know it alls on this forum who dont know of this simple law!Further more,if you were a Big Hitter,you will not end up in a Medium Security BOP joint...unless you cooperatted like Javier Torres!!

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  22. Its breaks my heart when i see that depiction of el mochomo in orange and his brother on the wall. It has to be hard to cope with all the shit these narcos go thru. Ive lost my dad from the treachary of the life and i know how tough it is to get by. Free el mochomo..fuck chapo!!

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    1. You lost your dad but glorify these people. Get a education and become something. I can tell your dumb

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    2. Well, I guess you're the pot calling the kettle black. It's spelled "you're," not "your." Menso.

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  23. Mochomo snitching while Chapo doing hard time keeping his mouth shut like a real gangster.

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    1. Keeping his mouth shut like a real gangster? Chapo hasn't stop whining and bitching ever since he stepped foot behind bars.

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    2. Chapo is doing the bitching and whining because he trying to get to general population. If he does he will be able to pass messages to his people. It's a smart move but it's not gonna happen they the government won't let it. It's a good try though

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  24. Eskimo crips gang used to move alot of weight for mochomo in Alaska.

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    1. Hahaha, that's a good one.

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    2. Yea Man . I heard they put it in whale blubber to smuggle it .

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    3. "He think totem pole - alive!!"

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    4. The irony with your comment is that you are correct the Native Americans(Eskimos) in Alaska (there are Crips in Alaska research it) due buy and consume a lot of merchandise up there the Mark up is insane Crazy. Seriously Look it up, if I find the link, I post it. They are aren't as hard relatively compared to their Counter parts in the lower 48, but they are just as addicted, even on the reservations....They getting high... It was my understanding that the Crips up there did the Distribution at a retail level.....Not sure though which Cartel sends them Merchandise. That mark up is something like 1000%

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  25. So mochomo was doing logistics for chapo. But all the Beltrans swear they never worked for chapo but it's right there in the testimony

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    1. Beltranes were always chapos workers just because Arturo dicided to call himself Jefe de jefes

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    2. Mochomo worked [with ]Chapo , he was in charge of logistics not for chapo for the Sinaloa cartel , he was in charge of security for the familiez not for chapo for the entire sinaloa cartel. He was also regional boss of sinaloa and sonora . his brotber was higher than him chapo and mayo .

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    3. lol Arturo wasnt bigger than Chapo and Mayo...where do you people come up with this nonsense? So many BLO nut huggers on this site its a joke.

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    4. El barbas got amado carrillo juentes empire, but not cd juareeez, everything else from nuevo leon to guerrero was his, until genarco garcia luna and epn decided they wanted it all, in cahoots with televisa and carlos salinas de gortari and the colombian ochoas, family of alvaro uribe velez' Mother.
      Now epn owns it all...

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  26. The us government acts like they have nothing to do here. They act like they never made deals with the Sinaloa cartel. They act like if they never received money from chapo or mayo. Let's be real man this is all bullshit CIA and DEA all big heads are in on it but of course the us government is not one to bring their own to court. It'll make the US look really bad and disappointing but yet they want to give the hand that fed them for years long time behind bars.

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    1. Bet that both governments were involved incognito. These guys went to do business for many years without interference. No government would allow such a lucrative business without any preconditions.
      If city inspectors can shut your business down what makes you think governments can't.
      Vested interests my friend until new agendas are at play.
      That's government for you. Everything and everyone is expendable.

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  27. 1:15 get your facts straight it was called la federación de sangre they were all one by blood they were there own boss each one them ran there own crew they helped one another with info government help sicarios drugs Colombian hook ups police help they protected each other wen they went to other plazas with protection!!!!!

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      Lmao dude did you make that up? La federacion de sangre I've never heard that lol. La Federacion si but not de sangre

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    2. La alianza de sangre aka la federacion. But of course la chapa was the first to break the biggest Rules. Never kill(Rodolfo Carrillo) or snitch(Alfredo Beltran) another capo. Thats what broke it all apart.

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    3. 7:56pm did you know why he killed rodolfillo? Did you knew el nino terronez? That got killed on his brother funeral. By rodolfillo pistolero.. A very appreciated mam from chapo. And chapo wanted him dead. Chapo asked for his head and rodolfillo told chapo to fuck himself. So he order rodolfillos hit. As he gave him the option to leave sinaloa and he didnt. Later that pistolero was attacked by macho prieto in mazatlan. Tht day macho was caught and then released..as for mochomo. They started doing things behind cds back with zetas. JAGL

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  28. Chapo is hallucinating what a whimper, I always said chapo ain't shit I'll slap his ass if I see him

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    1. Hes not a teenager no more dummy

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    2. You wouldn't a did that when he was back to the world, 9:38

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  29. Where do all these BILLIONS GO ?!?!?!?!

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  30. Does anyone know what's going on with his son Alfredo Beltran Guzman????

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  31. CHIVAS i love you te amo xoxo

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