Wednesday, March 1, 2017

San Diego: 55 indicted in heroin/meth trafficking crackdown

55 indicted in heroin/meth trafficking case 

Oceanside and Vista have been some of the communities most impacted by the drastic increase of cheap, pure, methamphetamine.  'Operation No Worries', a sprawling look at the drug and gang distribution networks of North County was unsealed today, a total of 10 indictments and 55 defendants.  No Worries is one of close to 10 major trafficking cases originating in the North County area since 2013.  The amount of product seized, and those indicted has grown every year.

San Diego community El Cajon was once considered the meth capital of the country, this was a long time ago, in the early 90's.  It was a different time, innocent would be an ironic word choice, but it was a kind of innocence.  Hells Angels and various independent distributors, manufacturers, and dealers sold meth, but not like this meth.  'Bathtub crank', from the term 'bathtub gin', of Prohibition era was the main kind produced.  In small labs, trailers, hotel rooms, small cook ups, with home made meth were how the product was created.  Some larger groups had bigger labs and more supplies.  

That's all long over. After the decline of the Arellano-Felix brothers, Benja and Ramon, the groups under Javier Francisco Arellano Felix, and his lieutenant, Manuel Arturo Villareal Heredia, diversified into Mexican made meth.  They made in roads in the market.  By 2008 La Familia Michoacana, was making some of the purest meth available, and trafficking through the Tijuana border.  By 2011 the Sinaloa Cartel was making it in superlabs, producing ton quantities weekly, and with their new access to the San Diego corridor, they had transformed the city.  

San Diego is not the meth's destination point.  70% of the meth in the country comes through San Diego. But, there is a large market.  Meth and heroin related deaths have surged by 80% in the last 5 years. Just under half of all male and females arrested have meth in their syste
m.  Prices have plunged. Purity is in the low to high 90's.  Pounds are about 2500 dollars, almost 4 times cheaper then in 2010.

The gangs that snake through North County became the prime distribution points for Sinaloa affiliated trafficking networks, based in Tijuana.  Two operations in 2013, Operation Crystal Haven, and Operation Corridor revealed the extent of Sinaloa's influence, working with street gangs, who in turn answered to the Mexican Mafia, La Eme, inside and outside of prison. 

In 2015, Operation Narco Polo revealed major meth distribution rings, including the Deep Valley Crips, this is a continuation of that trend.  Many of those charged here are gang members or gang affiliates, including the lead defendant, Yadira 'Pini' Villalvazo.  The Vista Home Boys, Varrios Fallbrook Locos, Varrio Carlsbad Locos, Encintas Tortilla Flats, Varrio San Marcos, Escondido Viejo Diablos all have members named in the indictment.  

"Pini" was a Vista Home Boy's associate, and attended Vista High School, she was deported following a federal drug conviction in 2002, and now runs a Sinaloa affiliated trafficking network that supplied pound quantities of heroin to the Vista Home Boys, and other gangs.  The money was trafficked back to Tijuana, and further south to Sinaloa.  "Pini" remains a fugitive in Tijuana.  Her brother Joel Villalvazo was named in the indictment.  He is in custody.  

Today more then 150 members of the Regional Gang Task Force served search and arrest warrants.  8 defendants remain fugitives.  The Regional Gang Task Force includes members of the FBI, Homeland Security Investigations, San Diego Sheriff's, Oceanside Police Department, Bureau Of Prisons, ATF, San Diego District Attorney's Office, U.S Marshals, among others. 

The DOJ also assisted with their Office of Enforcement Operations Electronic Surveillance Unit.  The case included wiretap intercepts and extensive surveillance, over the course of a year long investigation.  The Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, OCDETF, was involved also.  

It's estimated these networks supplied 25% of the heroin and meth in North County.  One of the distribution cells under Jorge Enrique Jara Cervantes, mailed meth to Tennessee and Alabama.  'Pini's cell sent pounds of heroin to Kingsman, Arizona.  

The defendants are charged with assorted drug and money laundering conspiracy charges, and firearms violations.  Dozens of which were seized during the course of the investigation.  

List of Defendants and Charges: 

Sources: US Attorney's Office, Southern District of California.  


113 comments:

  1. I remember early 90's growing up in San Diego, crazy but cool ass gangbangers. They were just too cool, with their slick back hair, creased up dickie's pants to go with the nice creased up shirt with Nike cortez or vans. They got all the ladies, or at least the gangbangers I knew in the projects as a kid. Good thing I moved out of state because I liked their style lol They were the Esco Viejo Diablos.

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    1. Well America has a knack for admiration of ignorance. Our values and morals have withered that our youths look up to such individuals as role models than doctors, policemen and community leaders.

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    2. The slicked back cow licked hair went out of style in the early 90s too in favor of being bald, pelon look.They never looked cool to me and most of the girls they got didn't have a head on their shoulders.

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    3. that's cool . I live in Escondido I'm from the Esco Viejo Diablos. there is a real heroin and meth epidemic here in north county everybody and their grandma is smoking dope or shooting up

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    4. 8:02 that's how it is if you live in any ghetto or varrio. I am 7:28 I lived in Japan for a few years 2001-2004 and it was weird. I saw the same look a few times riding the train, the Slick back hair, dickie's , Nike cortez and the dark shades. It caught me of guard so I asked the gentlemen if he was Mexican and he lifted his shades and said he was from Peru but looked Japanese. He talked Spanish with me for a few minutes but I guess there is alot of Japanese that immigrated to Peru but I was confused for a bit. I saw that look alot, Japanese like Mexican rap and lowrider shows too. I even got with a few girls because I was Mexican and they like the Mexican style. I don't dress like a cholo but I got the Mexican look. It was crazy though lol

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    5. Unfortunately the epidemic u are witnessing there is nation wide. Futures , potential for greatness dissolving before our eyes. Stronger and stiffer penalties can only be met with discriminatory effects afterwards from our societies. No hope for living for many .

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    6. Doctors and Police men when do you see Doctors running around the hood playing futbol with our kids an Cops only in the hood when they lookn for someone to snatch up or harass los homies los ves kickn a soccer ball con los morritos del barrio you see them buying paletas for som of the poorer kids in the hood now when doctors and cops start mingling with barrio kids an comn down to the hood an not in uniform on a day off to just kick it than you'll see chavalitos wanting to be them..kids want to be what they know..and they dont know any doctors or off duty cops..

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    7. the cholos from the 70s and 80s where real they actually dressed nice once the 90s hit they got sloppy

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    8. Pachuco Booggie on youtube will show you how mexicans dressed to party in the 50's, from the movie "Baile MI Rey"

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    9. Real shit, the only thing you learn in the hood about cops is there more crooked then even the worst homeboy and they hate you. Dr look at you like you deserve to be trelated like a dog, caught a stray 9 through my hip shattered femur walking to the store dr told me I shouldn't be putting myself in those situations gave me crutches and ten vikes Tulare kaweah hospital. Why the fuck would I want to be like that.

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    10. 9:28 am
      In Japan for at least 15 years there's been a huge interest in Chicano/Cholo/Low rider culture, they have their own car shows, dress like "vatos", and even sport the Mexican flag at times. Look at the YT videos about it, very interesting.

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    11. Some of the most beautiful women I've ever seen were straight up cholas..back when they used a ton of hairspray and dark lipstick. At least the ones I was around...

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    12. i disagree with all your comments, you are breaking one of the commandment, you are not to think that highly about another group of people, or think Japanese group have become interested in low rider culture, they perfected their lift product on their cars and they wanted to sell their own product and become better at showing off their cars and products, its only marketing. All your comments are debatable.

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  2. Facebook of some of the fugitives still up

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    1. Yadira deleted her Facebook today

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  3. I remember back in the days when the sinaloa brother's hired sicarios from Logan height surenos they wanted the most locos Ramon being sinaloa himself new his own people where brave and will die fighting it would not be a easy war now days San Diego is more calm and Logan heights is forgotten

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    1. Logan heights is a lot nicer than previous. New condos and stores are abound

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    2. Funny.. they were not brave, if anything they just wanted easy money and it bit them in the a$$

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    3. Each and every sicario including Mamón are nothing without a weapon in their hands.

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    4. Logan Heights was the epicenter of the California Environmental Justice movement. they had a gang of chrome plating facilities poisoning the residents, and once that was established, it started to gentrify. its got a way to go though. i still saw some tecatos at chicano park last year. that was one block away from rideshare and bike loan programs. its a mix.

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    5. logan is like Disneyland now. The only hoods in SD are black hoods now.

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    6. Lol...thats maybe what it looks like, because all the real Gees are tryin to make a better life, but let some shit go down thats relevant and watch us crawl out

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  4. A la escoria de mexicanos que le da mal nombre a nuestra raza trabajadora que se chinga dia a dia con sudor y honradamente. Que los deporten alv a esos guevones cabrones. Viva mexico. Viva la gente humilde y trabajadora. Viva la raza cabrones

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    1. This is for the raza

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    2. En vez de partirte el lomo en un pais ajeno regresate y lucha por cambiar el tuyo."Viva la Raza"?? Viva la Raza que se queda y lucha en su pais en contra del mal govierno.

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    3. @6:50 bravo brother, let him know.

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    4. Be my guests, go and fight for mexico yourselves,
      Others and I will keep conquering the US, canada and alaska...

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  5. No DEA involved?? Fishy...

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  6. Dejaron 11 cuerpos tirados en Boca del Río, Veracruz y un mensaje firmado por el CJNG.

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  7. 55, damn ain't we over populated in prisons alreday?? Offer them to Mexico, it seems with all the low/high cartel members they don't seem like they have the overpopulation.

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    1. American investors made the biggest prison in Sonora Mexico a few years ago. You know why? it's a business. Why do you think America has 5% of world population but like 30% of world prisons.. they get the Mexican capos that make millions to take their millions. It's not like they take the killers or rapist. Think about it..

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    2. USA has 25% of the worlds prison population. That means 1 out of every 4 people incarcerated is in the USA. Blacks make up 8% of USA population but 40% og prison population.

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    3. How many of the arrested are american citizens?

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  8. These networks are all over the world. The money it generates is astronomical. For the cartels that is . The middle suppliers will make a fraction but good money. Mexico has definitely been the the Big Bad Wolf for such production and manufacturing of the problems facing Americans today.
    The question is will Mexican government ever stop the illegal drug trafficking and its drug organizations that continues to poison our societies?
    As an American and of Mexican ancestry, many are at war with the knowledge and disbelief that our countries have yet to put an end to all of this. Pointless finger tossing towards one another for resolution.
    Has not Mexico like the United States had enough? With a wall and enforcement of undocumented immigrants being the focal point for many Americans here. Wouldn't it be wise for Mexico to finally begin to display a sense of obligation for its citizens and political government to do what is necessary for Mexicos appearances to the world.
    Truth is private prisons stocks have skyrocketed due to the tough stance that will be implemented here in America. Incarcerating criminals for a better America. Which many Americans believe in .
    We need to figure this issue from both fences . Mexico being the haven of such and Americans for the consumption. Values and interests are both at stake now with this global uncertainty.

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    1. Dude you dont get it do you!!! Without the corruption the mexican government officials would be absolute nobodies!!! Political power in Mexico lends itself to incredible enrichment.

      Try to fanthom reality: it is not the cartels collecting astronomical money. The cartels are foot soldiers being used up like minced meat.

      The REAL bosses collecting the REAL money are those in a white shirt behind a desk and their is NOTHING even coming close to filling their pockets like the drug trade.

      To expect the mexican government to fight against the narcotics trade and corruption is completely naiive!

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    2. Well that's the issue then. Where government officials work illicit activities and abandon civil duties for its constituents. Guess Mexico has no hope then. It will continue to top the list for the most inept government. Mexico is and will always be crooked. Tough to be a Mexican citizen there.

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  9. Wow, thanks for sharing this great article J.

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  10. Question for the author "J".....If "Pini" comes across the border to traffic the meth, gets arrested & deported and then decides to kill herself....should we feel sorry for her? Will you try to describe her as a good person that unfortunately got caught up in gang life and didn't deserve to get arrested or deported because she was only attempting to make a living for herself and her family???

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    1. Ever consider that perhaps something was being gauged there? Social experiments happen all the time. You live. You learn. You adjust your ways accordingly. - Sol Prendido

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    2. Morality would best fit this outcome. Do we have it in our hearts to forgive such behavior? Do we allow and ignore the choices we make in life? Despite economic uncertainty?
      Judgment is definitely at question here? Right from wrong is what all man is embedded within our thinking.
      Consequences are hurtful sometimes....

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    3. 7:42 . Not sure where Pini is but you made a very good point . Hope she does the swan dive to the concrete . I can live with myself . Deportees like Pini and other Drug traffickers are riding on the skirt tails of the working immigrants . SHAME on you writers that try and give them the same argument. We are not going to willingly let the evil bastards stay . Don't try to lump the good in with the bad . It shows ignorance . I think this is a website about the drug trade lot for the drug trade .Like I said GOOD POINT 7:27

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    4. Im not saying you are..but usually ignorant questions come from an ignorant mind!! RACISM IS IGNORANCE

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    5. Errr mmmm yes and yes and also, please get your head examined by a good doctor asap.

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    6. Wish you will have the balls and tell all these and ask her your self those questions. I know you would sttuter and keep your mouth close.Nadie sabe lo que trai el morral, easy to judge from a safe comfy place.

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    7. Get over it bro it was just an article , who knew that such high levels of ignorance would be displayed in a first world country , or as some would describe it the most powerful country in the world ( which if you ask me its China because the US will quickly cause its own downfall very soon ) where a human tells another human that they cant live in the same country because of where they chose to be born oh wait you cant choose where youre born wow isnt that crazy i discovered something that adds on to my arguement who am i kidding? Im wasting my time any person that honestly believez that one human can be superior to another just because of where they were born is a complete moron and loser with a very microscopic sense of intelligence. History repeats its self if bigger and stronger empires have fallen than dont be suprised when the US reaches rock bottom ,and to speed things up we have millions of ignorant americans that feel like hate and racism is ok lol pathetic but God is always watching and keeping track of every miniscule detail

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    8. I do agree racism is alive here in America. However racism is everywhere. Unfortunately ignorance cannot be won . And yes like all great civilizations all things come to an end . History has shown us that. But to have hope is a powerful tool. Where discriminatory policies from others can be overcome. To believe man is free is a myth. We are all governed by a set of rules and laws that has been implemented to protect citizens. No race is better suited than another.
      America like many countries are facing immigration issues. Where a transition of cultures integrated have worried some and hate to others.
      Let's just hope that change will be rewarding and
      not our destruction.

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    9. @10:53 Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.
      - Hebrews 13:2


      - Sol Prendido

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    10. Georgia, california, michigan, the farms and the fields are way behind on their harvests, everything rotting on the ground, so much for "georgia governor saying 'I' don't need you anymore, GOOO!!! HOMME!!! MEXICANS!!!
      I believe the good the honest hardworking mexicans do is worth a lot more than they get paid for, including no benefits, no health care, no minimum wages and no overtime...
      Meanwhile at the WHITES' HOUSE, bean counters say.the.king.of cheap has cost the US taxpayers 10 million dollars in 4 weekends at Marla-Lago, including today's short week to visit early in the day at a Privatized Public School Funds "school" to "see the kids" BS... 10 million dollars, plus coast guard in case the russians decide to try and collect some loans from the donal'

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    11. Do you really believe there is actual racism or is it just a smoke screen to cover up greed, jealousy, a fight over money, land, jobs, resources. In the end it's always about these things and not race. We are all competing against each other for money. Don't think it's ever about religion or ideology either.

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    12. 5:22 same thing happened in California and Arizona like in 2007 or 2008. They went to fields and got all the Mexicans. that year there was no strawberries no grapes , oranges in stores.. they were all getting rotten. White and black people complain about Mexicans taking their jobs, there was ALOT of work but THEY RATHER STAY HOME.. they had to contract people from Mexico and give them temp work visas.. It's just a show politicians like to play in the u.s., the racist whites love it. Their racicim can't let them see that Mexican are good for the ECONOMY..

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    13. I definitely do not have an issue letting an individual like Pina to fuck off. Moreover a piece of garbage that has put a bad taste to many hard working undocumented immigrants here. Definitely will speak fluently without stuttering. Moreover never fearing a piece of trash of that status from anyone of her caliber.
      Definitely a croney of her crew.
      Ignorant!!!!!!!

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    14. 10:53am i know you will disagree,but what about the liquor stores and Marijuana dispensaries popping up nationwide? Are they any better? Doesnt alcohol account for more deaths than the others? While i am not saying the others should get a pass but your anger should be directed evenly..Where is the outrage at the owners of the dispensaries and liquor stores? And please dont say they are legal because they shouldnt be and havent always been.

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  11. sinaloans moved the michoacanos out with there super labs what!

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    1. haha yeah right tortas sinaloa cant cook for shit that recipe belongs to us. El Cocinero Michoacano tu papa "lo hago llamar el turbo".

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    2. @7:41 Only in your dreams

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    3. 7:41 yea you read it, Sinaloa moved the michoacanos out with there super labs... I felt like re writing it so you wouldn't find yourself in denial lols.. Yep Sinaloa did... It's not surprising gringo that's what Sinaloa cartel do,they take over shit... You read and understand right ? Lols

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    4. You read it wrong 2:06 it's says FM started and made the purest and sinaloa kept it going

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    5. Michoacan was the purest and Sinaloa was just flooding ythe streets with cheaper less expensive cut Meth. But check this out.. that's the time when Mencho was working side by side with cds. Mencho has manzanillo port where some of the recepy from China comes in , the second biggest port after lazaro Cardenas in Michoacan. yes, Mencho still contols colima..

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    6. Michoacan was the purest and Sinaloa was just flooding ythe streets with cheaper less expensive cut Meth. But check this out.. that's the time when Mencho was working side by side with cds. Mencho has manzanillo port where some of the recepy from China comes in , the second biggest port after lazaro Cardenas in Michoacan. yes, Mencho still contols colima..

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    7. @10:46 Esa receta no es de los Michoacanos,esa receta es de la raza que trabajo a finales de los 80s en Vista,Fallbrook,Rainbow y no eran Michoacanos,la aprendieron de los gringos que.Los Michoacanos eran gatos de los Amezcuas.

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    8. @3:54 you need to quit watching Breaking Bad reruns fuck the gabachos no mas ellos quieren ser los putos get off their nuts fool

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    9. La familia was the purest while mencho's and cds was just what they call WORK, Not quality but alot quantity. At the time La familia Michoacaca and Cjng was working with CDS. eventhogh cjng and la familia were at war with each other but cds didn't take sides, or at least it seemed that way at the time. Now you can say Chapo favored Mencho and not El mas loco. But cds cbenefited from both cartels to get the chemicals and their cooks.

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    10. @Anon 10:27 PM do some research & shake off some of that ignorance.It was the white boys that got the raza started in the meth manufacturing & it started in San Diegos North County in the 80s.Tienes razon,Fuck the gabachos,but facts are facts.Use you computer for something other than porn.Do your homework before you make a spectacle of yourself & our People!

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    11. 9:17 ment to say Familia Michoacana. Sorry if I insulted anyone..

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    12. I did my homework your wrong it was not the white boys who taught them. Your so called research is shit you found online when my info is the real deal don't run your mouth and as I said get off their nuts and don't get offended that I look at your mom online. Your saying that the gabachos taught the Michos how to cook and eventually Michos learned how to cook the purest gtfo!

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    13. To 239 So why didn't those gringos cook their own shit and end up passing off the recipe to the raza instead of their own people? Was it to keep their hands clean? Lay off the meth pochio quit making a spectacle of yourself and our People by being a junkie like them!

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    14. In response to those who are under the impression that Michoacanos were pioneers in the meth trade,heres your answer & this is based on facts,not corridos,not nuthugging stories...Anon 9:43,Im guessing youre either Michoacano or just a fan of theirs.As for Anon 9:53,You do know that people use to pay to learn how to cook meth right?Here are a couple links for you both to read.Like I said...Im commenting on history & facts,not the present. http://articles.latimes.com/1989-03-20/news/mn-21_1_san-diego http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/meth/etc/cron.html

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    15. 9:53 the chinese have it easier fabricating meth in mexico with mexicans and paying kickbacks to the mexican government than it would be on the US,
      remember Shenli ye Gone, 250 millones dollars in one room he left behind, guess who stole it?
      --Copelas o cuello is a mexican citizen, but he doesn't want to be deported back to mexico, and since Mr Gone got gone, el chino MAO OSORIO CHÓN and his taxis aereo's de Pachuca partner from argentinian "maverick" carlos ahumada kurtz have progressed a lot, even argentinian meth took flight...
      They are partners of the hank rohn brothers and of Jaime Camil garza all oinked to drugs, weapons, zetas, cafos, blo and cdj, a whole lot of other shenanigans and money laundering...

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  12. Are zetas gone?

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  13. This is nothing. These guys are nothing. Shoulda wrote about the Columbians that got arrested that were part of CDS

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  14. Off topic but does anyone know if its true el negro hijo del azul was caught??..wouldnt it bebsom big news if he is one of the 122 names on EPN list of must capture now!!

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  15. Deport them all back. These are tge real bad hombres

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    1. Newsflash...some of these "Bad Hombres" are U.S Citizens.

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  16. Damm 11 bodies found in veracruz.

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  17. To much posts about Tijuana and Sinaloa

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  18. In the late 80s the DEA swept San Diego County with Operation Triple Neck.They set up a store & sold chemicals to whoever walked in & asked for them.After that Vista became the go to place for meth.With the Gallegos,Rica Camarena & others I wont name.Further up HWY 15 you had the Amezcuas in Riverside & San Bernardino Counties.Those were the true "Meth Kings".Importing pure ephedrine from Asia...(by the tons).They had alot of Michoacanos working for them,as a matter of fact it was mostly Michoacanos that manufactured their meth.Their best distributors were Sinaloenses,THATS where Sinaloenses got hip to "Meth Money".Their thing was mostly weed,heroin & coke.After that they turned to meth.The Arellanos were turned unto "Meth Money" by Popeye Barron,who in turn was was brought into the meth trade by Rica Camarena from Vista while in the BOP in Phoenix.Upon paroling from the FEDS.Popeye seen potential in the meth trade,leaving the PCP market to his kids.Bugsy,Pato,Spooky & all those who earned the right to commerce in their neighborhood.Just a little meth history for those who think the Michoacanos were the driving force in that market.

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    1. Thanks teacher, sorry i was late for class. When does heroin 101 start?

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    2. 5:11 It was because of Mencho cds got the chemicals to make the meth. The chemicals either go to michoacan or colima and Mencho has colima on lock. That's the reason sinaloa wants to take control of that port in manzanillo from cjng. Mencho was working with Sinaloa at the time because Mencho had the drugs and cds had the conections.

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    3. 5:11 in the 60's we was doing speed, amphetamines, 35 cents of a peso Aktedron, 35 cents of a peso benzedrine, by the 70's it was outlawed, but if you knew the pharmacist you still had your shit.
      --adolf hitler was a fan in the 30's gave a lot to his soldiers in the 40s's
      --el Trompetazz loved it in the 80s, still can't sleep, ask me why, apparently was hospitalized for a while...

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    4. @ Anon 9:03 Do your homework brother,Mencho wasnt even in the picture back in the late 80s early 90s when The Amezcuas were bringing ephedrine from Asia (mainly India).Los Amezcuas tenian a los Michoacanos de cocineros,but not because of their recipe.As for Mencho supplying CDS with chemicals?You obviously dont know their history.Look up Jaime Herrera Herrera.He started his meth manufacturing career in San Diego in the early 90s & him & the people that taught him how to cook got their chemicals in San Diego or Orange County.Understand something,Meth manufacturing did not begin in Mexico,it only moved there in the late 90s because of pressure from the DEA & later because of the easiness to obtain the chemicals.Also,when manufacturing moved to Mexico,the majority were cleaning pills to make their stuff,contrary to those who were already in the loop & knew exactly where & how to get pure ephedrine.No Anon 9:03,Mencho was not a major figure in the meth trade in the early 90s.As a matter of fact hes a Johnny come lately.Heres a link to actual DEA facts. https://fas.org/irp/agency/doj/dea/product/meth/production.htm Enjoy & learn!

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    5. 3:42 I was talking about the 2000 when the streets were flooded with superlabs. That's when cjng and la familia comes in the picture for cds. But since you keep saying there were alot of michoacanos in the picture and were nobodies? You gotta be kidding me lol you can't come here and try to school anybody with your foolishness.. if there was that many michoacanos working in the meth trade it's because there WAS A BIG DOG FROM MICHOACAN in the picture. Mencho was not around but el cartel de milenio was active with most of the people from Michoacan that were in the meth biz..Amescuas were just A small gang not even a cartel and that's the reason they are not in the game anymore. you talk nonsense

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    6. 7:11,Michoacanos werent the first to run Super Labs...they were in the picture YES,but not BIG DOGS as you say.The Michoacanos got involved thru the Amezcuas & Gera from Guerrero...Gera worked out of the avocado groves in San Diegos North County & thats where Michoacanos got involved in the late 80s,early 90s.But they werent major figures.As for the Amezcuas being a small gang...well,they were the first to move tons of ephedrine before any Cartel even thought of it.Heres a couple of links based on FACTS,what the Government dug up.http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/meth/etc/cron.html http://articles.latimes.com/1989-03-20/news/mn-21_1_san-diego https://fas.org/irp/agency/doj/dea/product/meth/production.htm Let me know when you find a Big Time Michoacano mentioned in these articles that date to the early meth days.

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    7. That's because the big dogs from michoacan NEVER got caught. El milenio cartel was under the radar. So who cares about your links and so called facts, the fact is you don't know Sh!t. Just cause you read how they all got caught from DEA . Read about the milenio cartel and how it was under the radar. There is a story here on bb matter of fAct. Usually the big dogs get caught Later on and not on their prime.

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    8. Maibe michoacanos weren't the first but they were not nobodies. Look up Zhenli Ye Gon, he was working with milenio cartel and got caught millions of $ in his mansion said to belong to politicians and valencias. Valencias took over colima and the meth trade from the amescuas, they were in competition.

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    9. @ Anon 10:15 PM...first of all,its obvious you're either a Michoacano or they're your idols.Secondly,you really dont understand my point & facts.I'm referring to where & how the meth market began as far as Mexicanos being involved.El Milenio didnt exist in the meth trade in the late 80s,early 90s."Big Dogs never get caught"?Not if they're Politicians they dont.Everyone else es expendable.You claim to know alot or know facts...that your info is the "REAL DEAL"!I'm thinking you were still in diapers in the late 80s & early 90s when Luis,Jesus & Adan were flooding Riverside,San Berdoo & San Diego Counties with the meth their brother in law,Gato was cooking!"That's because the big dogs from michoacan NEVER got caught".No seas payaso!

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    10. 4:43 I meant to say didn't get caught at the time, of course everyone gets caught eventually. The big dogs from milenio got caught early 2000's but doesn't mean they were new to meth. As far as what you seen happen in your area is just a small scope of what really happened. Michoacanos or your neighborhood cholos didn't come up with meth, but you can't say michoacanos were not a big factor. Acting like michoacanos were with amescuas just cooking their stuff and not a big guy from michoacan was present.. I'm 44 years old and was not in diapers and I'm not from michoacan but it's just funny to me how you wrote that nonsense lol

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    11. No mexican narco or narco-politician would leave one dollar in the hands of a chinese guy naturalized mexican, much less 250 million dollars...and tell him "copelas o cuello"

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    12. Anon 8:16,READ,do your homework,the meth epidemic began in Southern California in the late 80s while the Valencias were still growing weed & amapola.And I guarantee you,there was no BIG DOG MICHOACANO calling shots with the Amezcuas...the 3 brothers,Luis,Chuy & Adan were in charge.The evidence & facts are there for you to see & read...the meth epidemic as far as Mexicanos being involved began in San Diego & Riverside with the Amezcuas.Aunque no te guste!

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  19. Looks like more than half of the fugitives have been booked into the same holding facility, and recently. Prisons are just criminal factories.

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    1. It's a well established criminal network. Call centers for ransom and extortion activities. I believing to wonder if it's Club Med. just without the golf course.

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  20. yee dey not up on game jajaja bozos

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  21. I remember living near the border in tijuas for a few years... Cocaine & Crystal were moving... but it just seems like the quantities are more massive... smuggling on all the plazas has evolved as much as the times... if anything it forced innovation... just surprised more coordination between groups like Eme & the cartels isn't emerging... it's always been there but not as major as it could be...

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    1. La Eme Works for cartels you fool. They ain't nothing, but middle men hahaha

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    2. Of course they're middlemen 6:03.. anybody that doesn't smuggle the drugs themselves are middlemen lmao. So any gangs and dealers that sell in the US or abroad are middlemen so not sure what you're getting at m8. 'They ain't nothing' lol OK brah keep saying that while you hide in your mud hut in Ethiopia

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  22. Ships a sinking, time for the rats to jump ship.

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  23. And what will the arrest of all these gangbangers do to the flow of drugs into the US? Nothing. The only thing busting a bunch of gang members does is burden those who pay taxes because now they have to give these idiots room and board for however many years they get in prison now. We need to end this fake war on drugs, legalize it and tax it. If somebody wants to use drugs it's their body and their life, and as long as they're not hurting anyone else I say have at it. Look at how bad alcohol and tobacco are so we tax the hell out of those drugs so why not the other drugs?

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    1. Prisons are needed, full of prisoners to fulfill the private prisons industry's Corporate Welfare Queen Contractz, many billions of dollas in pension funds are on the line, there are no funds there, all profit gets offshored real quick, they are hanging for their lives on the monthly federal homeland security checks and free prison labor, wake up, homes...

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  24. What is the route the product takes from inception till it gets to San Diego. I was under the impression it went from Sinaloa to Phoenix.

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    1. You take the I-5LosAngeles or the I-15 if your headed to Vegas

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    2. Anon 9:09 PM,In response to your question...its alot riskier getting to Phoenix,Phoenix isnt a Border city like San Diego.Nogales would be the closest port of entry...unless of course its being muled across by the bundles,which is still a haigher risk due to the terrain & highway check points.Its roughly 150 something miles from the border to Phoenix...the odds are against you,unless you have a failure proof route,then youre good.One of the main reasons everyone wants TJ is the proximity to San Diego & the U.S.Its a skip & a hop away...

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    3. Good answer. I think it goes from Sinaloa to hermosillo then to puerto penasco then to mexicali then to TJ then to San Diego.

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    4. 4:17 here again...it also depends on where its going,if its staying in the West Coast then you're better off going thru Tijuas.
      & most of the times its a straight shot,non stop or unloading.

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  25. @6:50 pais ajeno what u mean paisan nation of aztlan was stolen don't believe yo history books they lying to u

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    1. 11:41 pais not ajeno, it belongs to millions of US born mexicans american citizens, anchor babies and their real american black, chinese, american indian and more whites than you can count. It may be one nation, but it does not belong to one racist segment of it.

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    2. 6:50 here...Yo se que varios Estados pertenecian a Mexico,pero eso fue en el pasado.Transportate al presente y lucha por no perder lo que nos queda de nuestro Mexico!

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  26. rotten game filled with rats! fuck the dinero

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  27. good work FBI, la Emme with sinaloa cartel in usa

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    1. Money talks & it speaks louder than loyalty!

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  28. Wachito buenas tardes,would it be too much to ask to put together a compilation of articles that outline the early days of the meth trade?Just so some of the readers here on BB get an idea of where & how it started...From the days of David Decker in El Cajon California,to the Vista Boys cooking dope in the avocado groves of Fallbrook,Rainbow to the Amezcuas in their Ranch on Limonite in Rubidoux.Gracias Wachito,saludos from a retired & early participant of this madness called "The Meth Epidemic"!

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  29. What is the cartel and members doing in the United States of America and running the streets and were is the government to use the abilities to secure a privilege to enter into Mexico and capture the responsible cartels for enforcing the abuse to women sexually assaulted and there son's as well

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