Saturday, March 11, 2017

International coaine trafficker of the Comorra Mafia in Napoli arrested in Tamaulipas

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

Subject Matter: La Cosa Nostra, Italian Mafia, Tamaulipas
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

Giulio Perrone, alleged member of the Italian Mafia from Napoli, has been sought by law enforcement for 10 years for his probable responsibility in international cocaine trafficking.

Giulio Perrone, alleged leader of the Italian mafia in Napoli, was detained by elements of the PGR in Tamaulipas, for his alleged involvement in international cocaine trafficking.

The detainee, 64 years of age, originally from the province of Gragnano, Italy, had a red notification in Interpol and a sentence of 20 years, 11 months and eight days in prison, handed down by the Napoli court.

Perrone, who has been for 10 years in the list of most sought after fugitives by the Italian Government, delivered by the authorities of his country.




He is considered by Italian authorities as a top level member of the Comorra crime family ( Italian Mafia of Napoli ), of the Mazzarella, Nuvoletta, Formicola and Tonornelli families.

In a communication, the PGR detailed that the migratory situation of Giulio Perrone in Mexico was irregular, at the moment of his detention in the town of Ciudad Madero, Tamaulipas, he had two false identities on him that both had photos on them showing the characteristics of this individual

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

67 comments:

  1. Todos quieren un pedaso del pastel. Los chinos estan en Mexico, ahora esta compa italiano, quien sigen Los rusos?
    -💯

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    1. @11:22 The Chinese have been in Mexico a long time, a large number of them were invited and imported to work in the mines because they would work cheaper and do work mexicans didn't want to do (remind you of anything?) As far as the Italians being here, there may be more but I only know of 2 Italians arrested in Mexico for drug trafficking. So I don't think your concerns about Russians are coming is justified.

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    2. En cada país te encuentras un poco de todo. Hasta con lo que no te esperas encontrar te andas topando. Las marquetas son universales. - Sol Prendido

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    3. I believe the Chinese built the railroads in Mexico. There are many Chinese in Mexicali. Mexicans seem to love Chinese food.

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    4. Best chinese food is in mexicali

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    5. Funny thing is its a paisano making it in the back tu comida china anywhere you go saludos

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    6. 7:04 that true, these days the chinese that work in restaUranus are new.immigrants, many times illegal, all the older chinese houses are professionals in many fields, ok, but some are fake fakers, like MAO osorio chón WHO BOUGHT HIS "PROFESSIONAL TITLE" in La Merced somewhere in mexico, like epn.

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    7. Que cosas... Que cosas las de este mundo. Perrone o no perrone? Ehh... You neva know. Go ask your..

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    8. Un sacco di gioco... ?

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  2. Wow an outsider!I wonder how he made his living in Mexico without being killed or if he was living on previous funds from the old country?

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    1. His mafia would take revenge.thats why

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    2. He will be protected by whichever cartel the Camorra are working with and he will no doubt be securing shipments of coke to Europe and Africa. Maybe he is there on a permanent basis to oversee, or maybe just negotiating/agreeing prices.

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    3. That's exactly what he was doing. Not only hiding from persecution but maintaining a business flow to his mafia. Truly do not believe he retired in Mexico. The criminal association for what he is will always remain a trait . And that alone is hard to let go .
      Just surprised as to how or who tipped the authorities for his apprehension.

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    4. Yeah if he'd of retired to Mexico it certainly wouldn't have been to Tamps. Defo a bit of both, maintaining business and avoiding the Italian authorities. 2 birds with one stone.

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  3. Finished! Mafia bosses do HARD TIME in Italian high security prisons, like American supermax!
    Like Mexican bosses many of them cry!
    Fact!

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    1. Fact, by the time their time is over, italian mafiosos who decide to retire always are replaced by italian mafiosos newly dragged back to select the new Italian Aristocats of the Mob,
      --Russian Mafya members are named in the Kremlin, Komrads.

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  4. Few years back read an article pertaining this mafia . Real bad individuals who were created so much violence in Italy. A crime family involved in the trafficking of drugs and other activities. However the fighting and ruthless measures they engaged in was by no means childlike and something to fear of .
    Question ? Are there any extradition treaties with the Italian government?

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  5. The Camorra are always fighting and killing over huge local dope sales of brown,white,one of the biggest markets in Europe,they were even thinking of sending army into Naples to fuck them up and arrest leaders,how many Camorra clans you cant even count,over a 100,and they are always at war sometime.Napoli is fuckin beautiful as well but now its fucked up with huge numbers of african immigrants who with no jobs,get drawn into crime an shit in Napoli,they already had home grown criminals,they wont budge the Camorra,this is the way its been for generations,they help the Ndrangheta mafia of Calabria,the Sicilian mafia,but they are independent of each other.Never finish the mafia of Italy.

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    1. Yep check out the movie and tv series 'Gomorrah' on netflix.. talks a lot about not only the drug sales but the public contract bid rigging schemes

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    2. The guy who wrote gomorrah was killed by the italians.

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    3. Author Roberto Saviano is not dead. - Sol Prendido

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  6. The Camorista is Napoli,everyone goes,who gets in its way

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  7. Interesting that he was caught in Tamps; I would figure he would try mixing in with all the rich Europeans in San Pedro Garza or Guanajuato. Or if he was hiding in his partners' territory, I would think he would be down in Jalisco in Cuinis/CJNG-controlled zones. Would love to see more information on CDG-European mafia connections, it's a subject that's almost never reported on as I think everyone assumes CDG only focuses on the American market.

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    1. Some Italian crime families in Italy do business with the Zetas. It could very well be he will was laying low with his business partners. Kind of like how the Memphis gangsters were chilling in Acapulco with La Barbie when they were all wanted fugitives in Tennessee. It wouldn't be a bad place to lay low especially if the local goons don't touch you or mess with you.

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    2. Italian mafia mobster from canada got murdered in Acapulco Guerrero a few years back, BB reported, before the new rigmarole started all over again.
      --Moreno Gallo, of calabrian mafia in Montreal murdered in acapulco courtesy of Vito Rizzuto's sicilian mafia in montreal
      "The Globe and Mail" montreal.
      "Mafia, inc." By André Cèdilot and André Noël

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    3. There is so much you guys will never know why CDG is still alive & fighting. Connections Connections Connections & who you know.

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  8. Coaine dat new new shit..it's so strong it numbs your feet! Lol

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  9. Does this guy deal directly with the Colombians or is he getting his Coke from CDG or Los Zetas? Why Tamps? Interesting.

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    1. You can go to wikipedia & search Zetas cartel, in their noted "allies" the Ndragheta or however its spelled is still there (atleast last time i checked)

      So yeah different Italian mafias been connected to Tamaulipas.

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    2. Neither -he and Cammora supply z and Golfo

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    3. After Fidel Castro kicked fulgencio batista's ass and the mobsters and the Havana Hilton merchants of drugs and pederastia, the eyetalians mobster moved their spaghetti bending operations to colombia and mexico and argentina, but Joe Bananas had been working the cannardians since the 20's and then took over Arizona as a retirement home, cubans moved to mexico too, Jaime Camil Garza sent his televisa tv star children to study "opera" in italy, while his son in law was making the oscar wining movie "Life of La Barbie" in mexico, back when there was money there until la barbie got cogido.
      --Nice goings with the shows "solo para mujeres" ellas también se les calienta el parche y se compran sus teiboleros...

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  10. Does this mean there are actually functioning DTOs in Tamaulipas and it isn't just a group of gangs stuck in a never ending leaderless squabble?

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  11. Looks like el dd, all the way up to the last hair!

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    1. @9:51AM Yeah, sure is handsome isn't he.

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    2. Lmao,is that what dd looks like ?

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  12. CDG aint as weak as everyone claims

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  13. Alright . Somebody probably want his job so they had to get him out of the way to take his place . It good though because it just is . You naysayers will say don't do any good somebody will take his place . Let them and take their ass down also

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    1. Lol. What dumb ass italian is going to want a job in shitty mexico. That shit is more like a fucking punishment. If you fuck something up in italy they send your ass to be the liason with the mexicans

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    2. its good when people take their place because the power is split from 1 person to 5 or 10 or more. then the replacements make less money and have less power and use more resources into security and connections. where the established person they take down who already has power would be working on logistics and stuff to advance. so it kind of knocks cartels back to the stone ages so to say because it keeps them warring instead of developing.

      ~~~el spaceio~~~

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    3. 6.20
      Lmao heard that

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  14. Urope is being the cheap mexico an stuff now. They use to have only top notch stuff

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  15. Looks like Sinaloa has such tight relations with Coumbian and Peruvian supply that CDG is has to broker Bolivian and Ecuadorean product through the Cammora.

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    1. So what makes you think that cdg works for sinaloa. Wake up and smell the coffee cdg works for cdg. And matamoros is the true cdg.

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    2. More like the CRY was supplying this dude and using Tampico to export into Europe. Get off Sinaloas dick they ain't the only ones with connections.

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    3. 6:09. Go back to 2nd grade comprehension.

      7:22 to insinuate CDG has better and more established conections than Cammora is laughable. Pretty obvious CDG is using Cammora connections - do some basic research and don't get your panties wet when reality hurts your feelings.

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    4. They is eyetalians, greeks, and lots of a-rabs, french, germs too all over mexico since the 1700's, from the gulf to sinaloa, where do you get the oompha bands in sinaloa?
      only rancheritas ignorantes are amazed by "foreigners in mexico" whuuu!
      Emperor Carlos V of Spain from 1516, was also emperor of the Holy Roman Empire since 1519 and emperor of the Hbsburg Netherlands from 1506, his subjects must have come to america from all over europe.
      Christopher Columbus was Italian Genovese, like Don Vito Genovese a Napolitan mafioso, discovering the new world for the cammorras, because Narco Polo was raiding their spaghetti houses of ill refuse and chinese massages parlors. Way before the sicilians learned to paddle boat.

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  16. Zetas have deep ties with the Italian. El Chuta got out of mexico with help of the Italians and from Italy he went to Algeria to avoid extradition. Lots of zetas do that.

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    1. Althought what you have said was true one has to ask if the zetas are even able to ship o eaurope anymore. And for anyone who knows the game the reason why this man wld be in tamaulipas is so he can get the best price on whatever hes buying from the mexicans and shipping it himself to hes cosca or clan for you simpletons. My question is why mexico. Colombia peru bolivia Venezuela or domican republic you can buy coke or heroin better prices better quality and is a lot safer that mataulipas.

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    2. I have a picture of el chuta a current one with a cap. And you are correct he travels between Cancun and Monterrey when he is in Mexico. And when things get hot he leaves to Algeria or Brazil. el Chuta is one of the 14 original Ex military Zetas who is still on the loose.


      Tommy Vercetti

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    3. not real. Tha only mafia who work with the southamerican is the Calabria (ndrangheta), and buy coca from Colombia, Perù and Bolivia direct with producer. Naples trafficker buy in the North Europe.

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    4. Algeria?Could get a job instantly with the insurgents as much experience in beheadings!

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    5. post the picture of chuta on the forum or send it to chivis or to borderlandbeat@gmail.com. and if your not comfortable with that how about writing a story? seems as if your in the know. or write your own analysis of the drug war/alliances of cartels etc. anything would be interesting.

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    6. chivis.martine@hushmail.com put CHUTA in subect line please

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    7. Correction;you missed out the z in the last name.chivis.martinez@hushmail.com

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    8. "Hes cosca or clan"
      I dont believe it someone actually heard of the cosca ? Shit man wonders never cease,ciao amico

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    9. @Tommy Vercetti how did you get his picture? Are you Italian?

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  17. Can't run forever. It's only a matter of time. Fini!

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  18. Wasn't he just visiting Mexico and was red flagged by interpol?

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    1. That visiting Mexico ia just an aliby. These guys don't just visit Mexico! The mafia is always doing business in Mexico and elsewhere!

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  19. Italians have been in This small border town in Sonora (not the only state) for years they are just low key. They are there for buisness $$$ not power not corridors they just want the coke loads to fly thru with no issues
    -CDS nutthuggers

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    1. Kommander will never do a song about them..too boring!

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    2. They are more low key, cds loves the attention and IS THEIR DOWNFALL

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    3. Which border town in Sonora? I don't know of any Italians there. Plenty of Arabs though. And the Arabs are long time Mexican citizens in positions of power.

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  20. http://m.elmanana.mx/noticia/129851/Delata-su-perfil-de-Facebook-a-miembro-de-mafia-italiana-detenido-en-Tamaulipas-.html

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  21. JFYI -- he was actually arrested in Tampico and wanna guess how they found him?

    Facebook...

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  22. I wonder if heroin grown/processed in Sonora is going to start taking over a chunk of the east coast market (which has rates of abuse up to 4X higher)
    As well the rapidly expanding rust belt market.
    Colombian Heroin got in and started competing from L.A.to Seattle, over to Chi-town. And a little bit up and down the east coast but that Asian dope was/is hard to compete with on quality.
    Colombians did make better and better dope. But that Mexican dope was just never there in terms of and only quality matching quantity. And it only flooded the south west states cuz of location.
    Then as soon as weed started getting legalized the western Mexico cartels had to change their business model. They cornered speed and squeezed out mom and pop shops (i.e.brother sister 😂😂) in central Cal, and Missouri with better glass and more of it.
    The heroin also followed suit. It seems counterintuitive to me to sell stronger drugs at a cheaper price but the strength is there and it's not a fentynal thing. No one is stepping on it that way.... at least not higher up in the distribution scene.
    I work with a harm reduction group here in Texas....needle exchange, naloxone distro, and testing people's dope with a kit and yes OCCASIONALLY with a take home sample). And we aren't seeing this fentynal trend like Canada, N.W., New England. Just stronger and stronger dope.
    Loooonnnggg story short....
    I've assumed for a while now that Mexican cartels would make a play to put to have their product show itself on even footing with Colombian H and even Afghani. Probably never that good. I assume they grow a different poppy that doesn't fare well in Mexican soil/temperature. But regardless it getting closer and closer. And since the Italian families have always controlled distro for the Asian shit coming into the Eastern U.S. I figure their wanting to work with the cartels instead of against them. They will lose eventually.
    In the face of increasing quality/quantity pumped out of Mexico, and the ever increasing man power behind the cartels they seem to want to jockey for position of middle man.
    They (supposedly) lost out to bikers all across Canada and they will do what they have to to avoid a repeat.
    That said it will increasingly be at the cartels discretion. Especially if they ever get their shit together and learn to play SOMEWHAT nicer the way Colombians did almost 30 years ago AND the mafioso did a century ago.

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