Tuesday, March 14, 2017

El Cuini to be extradited to the USA

Translated  by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Milenio article

The SRE concedes the extradition of Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, identified as number 2 in the CJNG, but he will be extradited when amparo he promoted finishes.


Reporter: Ruben Mosso
The Secretary for Exterior Relations conceded an extradition to the USA of capo Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, El Cuini, identified as number 2 in the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, the exchange will be realized when the amparo he promoted terminates.

According to Judicial registers, Gonzalez Valencia was approved for extradition on 21st of December of 2016, a resolution that the complainant contested, was the motive for the stay of disposition of a Judge of the 12th District in Penal Matters of Amparo in City of Mexico, which refers to his personal liberty, in a place where he is imprisoned, and at the disposition of the authority that carries out the procedure of extradition.

In April of 2015, a Judge of the 16th District of Federal Penal Processes of the North Preventative Prison, in City of Mexico, ordered the provisional detention with end of extradition of El Cuini.




In the USA, a Federal Court of District of Colombia solicited the detention of Gonzalez Valencia for crimes of criminal organization, crimes against health and money laundering.

Valencia obtained a definitive suspension, which was authorized by a Judge of the 12th District of Amparo, a measure that prevents for the moment his delivery; in the case the petitioner is denied the amparo, the capo may promote an appeal for review, to review the decision in the first instance.

El Cuini was captured on March 28th 2015 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, during and operation carried out by Federal forces, where three South Americans and one Mexican were also captured.

According to PGR investigations, Gonzalez Valencia was the leader of a cell called Los Cuinis, in charge of money laundering for the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion.

The CJNG participated, on May 1st of 2015, in the violent events in the Guadalajara metropolitan area, which left eight soldiers dead and Federal policeman after a downing of a helicopter of the Mexican Air Force.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

127 comments:

  1. Good, make him smoke all that meth he sent to the states. Freekin cjng meth head scum.

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    1. He's being accused of supplying Europe. Euros>$

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    2. Sorry to burst your bubble pal,but all the meth he mightve shipped to the U.S wasnt enough for your compadres,you have so many tweakers in your country demand will never ease up.

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    3. 👍well said

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  2. Wrong place to post this but would anyone say its safe for a single 23 yo brit who's clued up on the mexican drug scene to move to playa del carmen to live and work?

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    1. You're prob white and a foreigner you're pretty much untouchable unless you get involved with the drug gangs and fuck up on something.

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    2. No matter where you go in the world right now stay safe keep to yourself and if anyone harms you and you are a good person those who harm you will pay for it no one gets away with anything in this life

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    3. Unless you have connections and authorization from the right people the only thing you should go to Mexico for is to party bro don't go thinking you're a narco can just any regular no set up shop.. they'll find your DNA on the street and that's about all they'll find. Stay in school movies are not real my friend

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    4. You only live once!

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    5. If salary is most beneficial for you to relocate. Then it's necessary. However please note that being a foreigner in an unpredictable environment where kidnapings are rampant and extortions are common especially for businesses. May want to take time to contemplate for safety reasons.
      Mexico is a beautiful country. Nevertheless turbulent political uncertainty and violence seems to have deepened lately.
      Be vigilant and weary of surroundings .
      And if helps what our parents stilled in our heads : Stranger Danger! Keep that concept in thought and wish you best.

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    6. I bet there's a'lot of foreigners living there just like in los cabos and san miguel de allende heck I'd do it but I'd fit right in I'm mexican lol

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    7. Why dont u shoot urself in the head now instead

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    8. Perfectly safe, perfectly normal

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    9. Stay away from the drugs and the night scene and you should be fine. I have lived in Mexico for 16 years and have never had a problem, but I don't go to the wrong places and don't associate with the wrong people.

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    10. Awhile back a friend of mine lived out there for 2 years... if your not involved in the lifestyle of the narco world. Then safe to say you'll be fine.. unless you show boating around you have some money. Then you might get date raped... just saying

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    11. HELL NO . If your looking for safety Mexico isn't the place . Everybody in Mexico is fighting to go to the usa and fighting to stay . The other day one swan dove off a bridge because he was being deported . I know people from mexico that hasn't been home in years because its so dangerous . I also see those people that say "its not as bad as everybody says , we went and had no problem . Remember it don't happen until it happens . Then its to late . You living there coming and going from your residence , you could be stalked prey . On the other hand you may never have a incident . You don't know until it happens or you move back and it didn't .

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    12. Sure no problem come on down just send me your adress when you move over here to playa.........I want to go over the rules while we are both naked and coked up

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    13. So long as you know that you have no rights if caught up with the police. You use common sense and don't act stupid and make an opportunity for someone to Jack you. Then go for it.

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    14. you'll be fine. most violence is in consentrated area's. every day life has been the norm for my family out there with no violence whatsoever

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    15. Yeah but be careful where in Playa del Carmen you live and work. Don't get to involved with the local dealers, they may be friendly at first but will look to use you when they get the chance. Stay on the ball and don't get too comfortable.

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    16. Do you plan on selling drugs? If not, then you have very little to worry about.

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    17. Live and work, yes, just don't get involved with anything drug related. I would hesitate on dating too.

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    18. Remember Ian, random anonymous commenters on an obscure blog on the internet are your BEST career advisors. Everyone knows that random blogs on the internet are GREAT sources of advice on medical issues and financial investment. Some say you can use the interwebs to find new and interesting people who wouldn't ever rip you off or take advantage of you, ever. On this blog in particular, the commenters always speak the truth and they know EXACTLY what's going on with every DTO cartel and every pendejo El Gangster Narco. If I were you I'd do what they say and forget any common sense you may have mistakenly accumulated over the past 20 years or so.

      It's totally smart of you to ditch the UK though, the sun set on the British Empire long ago.

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  3. This man had more power and respect than chapo

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    1. Then why didn't they break him out with all this power you speak of. Once he's in the states the cjng will experience the same shit cds is with the power vacumm left.

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    2. ya, right. and when you woke up it was already morning...

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    3. According to chapo haters anyone had more power and respect than him

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    4. Sure he did Buddy...

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    5. I got no respect for him or Chapo . The key word in your comment is "had . He will have a bed that's furnished for him by the tax payers of the usa . I leach on us down there and a leach when he gets up here . We need some antiparasidic .
      TRUMP WILL BRING THEM TO HEEL !

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    6. Smartest comment I've ever seen on here

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    7. Maybe not power but this dude has carisma...He doesn't fight unless he needs to! Now his brother Eduardo,got dam...Even Mencho would listen to him

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    8. To escape from maximum security prison twice and hiring a group of professional tunel builders to do it, now thats power. This dude might have been something, but no where nearly as close as to the extent of the power Chapo achieved.

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    9. And a hella lot more money. Filthy rich trafficing to europe.

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    10. Lol you know chapo never actually used the tunnels, come on, he walked out the front door

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  4. Que lo metan al manicomio con cadena perpetua. Peor castigo fuera tener los amarrados de sus brazos día tras día. Drogados y aislados adentro de un cuarto blanco. - Sol Prendido

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    1. 9:40 pior castigo to have people addicted, thanks to their doctors they got to chose themselves, and getting kicked out of the free opiates program, sol, that like a death sentence for all, only tens of thousands have died already...forbidden to feed parking meters or narcanol or counter opiates to the needy, or was it naloxone? Forget the name of the life saving medecin, help plis.

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  5. Mexico is finally extraditing criminals to the US like handing out candy on holloween . Great display of human nature on behalf of Mexico. That being of course that the extradition process does not get a delay from judiciary proceedings.
    Good to see justice prevail for Mexicos citizens and the world. Americas prison system will definitely put a hamper to the ongoing criminal activities from within Mexicos prisons. Where as a well known fact that high ranking cartel individuals still run operations in detention centers in Mexico.
    Despite a new criminal to have replaced him momentarily. American prison is one place many individuals of such caliber prefer not to attend.
    Great job BB for a happy Tuesday.

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    1. Hopefully the DEA will flip him. It seems like they could use more intelligence on the CJNG's operations.

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    2. The CIA does not want competition in its drug trade .

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    3. If the U.S didn't benefit from the extraditions, the U.S never would take them. They are the main cause of the drug cartels in Mexico. If there wasn't so many drug users in the US of A, there would be no cartels in Mexico.

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    4. I love this new side of Mexico as well. Hopefully that means things are changing. Great justice for Mexico that they need for these capos to not live in a mansion in prison. They need a correct jail in the USA with correct investigators on them. I hope he dies a slow and painful death

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    5. Meanwhile private corporations like CCA and American Bail Coalition earn big profits off every prisoner forgien or domestic . An incentive to incarcerate or a conflict of interest??

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    6. 6:01-Yes there would still be Cartels if US didn't consume drugs.Check out Central America.There are other criminal activities besides drugs but of course more predatory in nature.Remember Mexico is NOW a Huge drug consumption nation so lots of start up Cartelitos.

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    7. The "War on Drugs" is for the business, by new greedy ruthless bastards' arrivals, not to end drug trafficking or to control it, they want to OWN IT, capisci goombas?
      That why they taking prisoners or their spawn...

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    8. All those cartels started because of the U.S of A. They started supplying the U.S but then decided to sell in their local state or country.

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    9. 11:21 you have earned little 🌟 star, keep it up.

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  6. El Mago was arrested from CDS

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    1. Magic from Cali? Where was he arrested?

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    2. Aka Eddy from l.a?

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    3. The one from LA?

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    4. Chapos snitched him out el mago was a big drug dealer for el chapo guzmans faction of the Sinaloa Cartel

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    5. @11:22 de q mago hablamos?

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    6. 11:22 yo creo ese magito ya les regalo al DEA más nombres para que lo suelten y a seguir chambeando

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    7. 6:17 el chapo don't have to snitch mago out. Everyone knows mago betrayed huerito and the police absolutely know who mago is. Only one explanation to why he still working and you can guess what that is 🐭

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    8. No seas envidioso el mago es buen compa

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    9. I have seen "polesias" entrapping grameros mexicanos, extorting them, threatening to take them to court, and finally getting them dealers to work dealing shit for them or fingering people, If you don't know who you are dealing with, stay away from them.

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  7. Cuini is only wanted in the USA for 5yrs,he skipped bail... He'll do 7rs...Out in almost 6yrs...He has no charges in Mexico...6yrs and he'll enjoy his Ferrari and Porsche when he gets out...Ooooo and his his house In Panama

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    1. Unless they charge him, or get stuff on him, or get some one to turn states witness and they start piling stuff on, once he is incarcerated on US soil.

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  8. A question for Mexicans pls.

    Considering CJNG's rise, could el presidente be on their payroll??

    I once read that the person chapo bribed to escape the last time could be no other person than el presidente. Is this true??

    Thank you compadres.

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    1. You can murder someone and O.J. your way out of it. Just make sure you pay off the right people ahead of time. Juarez hitmen are as cheap as $80 a hit. Prices differ geographically Other than that Mexico is a nice country. Aside from all the craziness. - Sol Prendido

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    2. There's a guy who posts often here, he says that "Chapo snitched!" You and him should have some chelas and talk.

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    3. I believe that indeed the cjng has paid o ff some level of the Mexican Government. They seem un touched & are only expanding.

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    4. 1222 Bro you had me dying when i read your comment

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    5. CJNG rose as soon as mexican naturalized.citizen Zhenli Ye Gone got chased out of mexico and his 250 million dollars got taken from his home, nothing is known what happened to the other Hundreds of millions of dollars in the room, but la Mencha and los Cuinis sure rose to the top.
      --Copelas o Cuello did not work, now mexico wants its mexican citizen extradited back to mexico "pa sacarle el maruchan" a puros tehuacanazos con chile por delante y por detrás
      Pá que siga ahi de caliente

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  9. cjng is about to start taking hits in about a month or 2

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  10. el mencho is like la tuta

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    1. Not a good comparison son..

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    2. La Mencha is kind of prettier,
      La puta tuta looks scary ugly face to face,
      imagine her hairy ass, with hemos!
      Damn, even porn kings Larry Flynt and Al Goldstein would not want to see that ass in their magazines.

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    3. @1:45 LOL!, "Al Goldstein..." now there's an obscure stroke book reference

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  11. Speaking of extraditions, here's a report from CBS news on Chapo

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/el-chapo-joaquin-guzman-life-in-confinement-court-documents/

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  12. So when the fuck they gonna catch Mencho, Mayo, Licensiado, Lil Chapos..?
    Cant be that hard..

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    1. But is it convenient? Its Chess not checkers

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    2. 4:57 cesar duarte, javier duarte, el bertie boy moreira, mario marin, epn, fecal, fox, femat, bours, zedillo, chuayffet, cienfuegos, all are more dangerous one by one than all the narcos put together, and they have institutional impunity even the US respects, honors and adores...

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  13. All these fools hanged out in Modesto area

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    1. They still have family all over bay area

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    2. A lot of them are still around....I laugh at people talking about the Border Wall to slow down the drugs, the border does not exist for US citizens.....and the new up and comers, were born here in the States and raised in Mexico.....So the next generation of Narcos coming up are already here.

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  14. One thing i realize is that all these narcos arent as brave as theyre corridos make em out to be...

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    1. Yup, unlike chapo and weak a$$ anthrax. El Cuini does Not have corridos that say he's the baddest, smartest and toughest in the world.

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  15. First big dog from cjng to go to supermax, expect more to go. Uncle Sam wants his cut

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  16. Mencho will not allow the extradiction .

    El 20 CJNG

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    1. No he wont





      El 21 CJNG

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    2. Mencho can't influence American politicians with the amount of money being thrown at themy even if he tried lol

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    3. 100% mencho will fight this extradition!

      EL 22 CJNG

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    4. He definitely won't




      EL 23 CJNG

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    5. @ 8:13pm

      He does not need to.

      "If he gets handed over to the Americans your family dies."

      See?

      How it works?

      Not only now do they not want to, they will try to keep him from getting sent over there.

      These homicidal maniacs care very little about the innocents.

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    6. @813 obviously you are lacking info. Why did Preet Bharara get relieved of his duties as Asst Fed DA in Brooklyn?? He has the best track record when it came to prosecuting corrupt politicians

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    7. Mencho has a lot of money to pay off judges and any american politician .






      El 22 CJNG

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    8. @9:47 Then you get the U.S military involved and the entire CJNG is brought to its knees because of his carelessness.

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    9. 1:26 the US military is already involved in murdering mexico, specially since fecal became presidente, even genarco garcia luna's polesias almost killed 2 americans intelligence officers and their mexican companion,
      genarco garcia luna even apologyzed to hillary! FFS!
      there are also private military taking over and getting ready for their masters.that have.been stealing mexico's paraestatales, the government owned corporations, meaning the people's property, they are not the politicians property to sell for peanuts to whoever demands them, wherever they go murders skyrocket, it is that School of the Americas training.

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  17. This man offered like 1 million.usd to.mexican.autorities
    Just to only.not.reveal.his.name.to.the media...
    Hes the man beneath the cjng and.possible.druglord of.mencho

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    1. I'm sure an address for the money to be delivered was implemented. So as to where to send his henchmen.

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    2. Publisher of Hustler Magazine Larry Flynt offered 1 million dollars for "information" a Bob Livingstone lost his "job" of being an hypocrite finger pointing adulterer himself.

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  18. What ever happened to el 53 and el 85 of cjng. Weren't they considered leaders too?

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  19. Extradited this garbage bastard to the US and let him rot in prison.

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  20. Curious to see if he will be asking for better treatment in an American prison like Chapo. Crying foul to human rights groups.
    Question should be ? Where were Human Rights considered for the victims you slaughtered?
    Gotta love it ! Time to pay the Piper!!!!!!

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  21. b-b-but BB readers told me Cuinis is the most untouchable force in history. Mencho is 10x bigger than Pablo Escobar ever was. In fact, Mencho can free Cuinis with one phone call. After all, he took down a helicopter with his bare hands.

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  22. How do you pronounce cuini?

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    1. Squeal like a pig "cuiii" then say nii, cuii-nii
      Ask a neighbor cell-mate to help.

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  23. CJNG estamos listos no dejaremos que el patron se lo lleven pa USA

    CJNG Special Forces of High Command

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    1. Aver como juega las cartas..si su nombre esta quemado. Mas lo van a querer los gavachos

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  24. Cuini will be driving a VW Bug convertible style. All his assets and his known associates and family assets are in the process of being seized by both US and Mexican governments.CJNG the Milenio cartel, LA Familia, Colima and all the other moron wannabe bubblegum mexican gangsters. Mencho better run and go spend his money now, because he is next up on the chopping block. You can call him smart for not taking on Chapo while he was running the streets, but regardless you slice it he was smart, because he was too scared to take on the Shorty!! Now it's all out war. Profits, brains, peace, intelligence, good business is out. Now the governments of Mexico and the US are planning targeted precision drone strikes against the cartels. You heard it here first. EYE FOR AN EYE, so get ready to die!!

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    1. The Cartels aren't thousands of miles away just remember that. It's going to suck for us living in America. I expect a false flag first. Before they start doing anything.

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    2. Drone strikes have been authorized for use to the CIA . Question is ? Will this new tactic be used? Will the Mexican government permit such military actions?
      One this is fact, the risks military personnel face with such cartels will lessen.

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    3. They ain't doing shit,they have no witnesses,u know why? Cause they don't send dope to the USA cause they know DEA and USA government will get u! That can't get them for selling dope in Europe! This guy will only do 5yrs and retire,he was about to retire before he got popped...His words...U can make money without selling dope! Money makes money!

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    4. @6:45AM You are probably correct that " the risks military personnel face with such cartels will lessen."

      But this also a fact; there will in all probability be innocents including women and children killed as they are in Syria during drone strikes.

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  25. What does cuini mean?

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    1. @ 7:16 Cuini means fat,short,stubby...Dude is about 6'2 so Cuini came from him being chunky before he made cash...Also named cheeks,sounds different in Spanish

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    2. Cuini is from "cuñado" = brother in law.

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    3. In Michoacan its common to nickname people that have a chubby or cheeky face like a squirel. A quinique is a kind of squirrel.

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    4. His nickname is "sweeney"

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    5. With my american ears...its it pronounced...queenie?

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    6. Pronounced more like koon'ee

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  26. I think a lot of people here dont realise that the rules changed when Trump got in, he clearly stated that he would slap 20% tariff import tax on incoming goods from Mexico that have not tax on them under the NAFTA agreement. The Mexican government maybe be taking money from bribes from Narco, but it doesnt even come close to the money Mexico gets from the USA in exported goods.

    Total narco trade per year = $30-40 billion dollars
    Total good exports from Mexico to the USA per year $295 Billion dollars

    So the narcos only give a proportion of their profit to the Mexican Gov. You can see why they are starting to give up narcos for extradition. Follow the dollars $$$$$$$$

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    1. Did u know Mexicans sent more money thru wire transfer then Mexico (Pemex) sold oil...No wonder Trump wants that money to stay in USA,shit load of money goes to Mexico made in USA,that's the only thing I approve of Trump but fuck Trump

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    2. @Chema Did you know that's because Mexico's oil industry is in shambles and it imports most of the gasoline, petroleum, etc. that it uses from the USA. As you would say, a shitload of things made in the USA end up in Mexico. And not just money that people send their families. The money sent back to Mexico by people working in the USA is minuscule compared to the money Mexico spends on importing oil and other goods (such as corn) from the USA. People seem to act like it's a one way street. It's not. Trade goes both ways.

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    3. Mexico has the upper hand over the us. With all the ports in the gulf and not mention the slave labor tons of us companies Mexico allows on its soil. Its a smoke screen this whole wall business to leer away whats really going on in his administration

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    4. I read that michoacan decided to send their avocados to Europe instead of U.S because of the tax from trump. I'm sure they make more money that way too

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    5. American kickbacks to pemex "dignitaries" and mexican government "dignitaries" paid for the breaking up of pemex and many other things, like power generation, mining, steel production and to fack up the mexican farmers, part of the kickback was accepting illegal aliens in the US to pick on US farms. Now that mexico is all facked up, the US wants to give the mexican children back,
      "HOW BLUE CAN YOU GET?" Said BB King.
      --Time to expropriate everything back and disown the foreign debt, after all "deconstruct" works both ways, the US can do the same...

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  27. That's a really good point Otis but wouldn't the narco money for the politicians go into their personal pockets and the trade dollars no?

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    1. All the money in mexico, legal, illegal, loans, shark loans, vulture investments, finds its way to corrupt pockets.
      And since we are at it, charitative donations also get stolen by the mexican narco-mierdocracia.

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  28. You could ask Governor Duarte that, but I expect you already know the answer, all governors and candidates give out jobs, contracts to people they know and take back handers in brown paper envelopes, a lot of that money that comes in through trade ends up in their pockets, just as illegal as taking it from Narco's.

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  29. El Cuini won't be out of prison anytime soon unless he flips, which he probably will to some degree. Like you're seeing with all high level operators they give up something to curry favor. Just because he physically laundered money, he still sanctioned the importation of crystal, and the violence. It's called a RICO charge and you wind up in the Supermax.

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