Thursday, March 23, 2017

The Finances of Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel

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

Subject Matter: Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Zeta Investigations
Papers confiscated from the criminal organization of the descendants of the extinct capo Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel, can describe his finances. The current expenditure of the group, that nominally includes, payments to corrupt Police, gasoline, cellular telephone bills and rent for houses and furniture, is more than a million pesos monthly. As well as extraordinary expenditure for fire arms, ammunition, repayments, and fit out of vehicles modified to carry drugs, armaments and money.

Investigation carried out since 2013 by Federal Authorities in the Cartel de los Coroneles or "La Corona" that permitted the capture of Javier Carrasco Coronel "El 06", in November of 2016, in Sinaloa, contain part of the accountability that form rudimentary running of the criminal organization.




In notebooks, the cell of the Coronel family that operated for the Sinaloa Cartel, documented the identity of its members, their salaries, the kidnappings carried out, how much they received from the victims relatives, their outgoing and income, and all of their bills for the sale of drugs.

The criminal group, which suffered after the take down of its leader Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel Villareal, in July of 2010 at the hands of the Mexican Army in Guadalajara, Jalisco, was exiled during a time of the "Grand Leagues of Narco trafficking", and the rise of the CJNG and "La Resistancia".

The death of Mario Carrasco Coronel "El Gallo" hours after assuming command left by "Nacho", the detention of Martin Beltran Coronel "El Aguila" in May of 2011 and the capture of Jose Angel Carrasco Coronel "El Changel" in January of 2013, left the clan to dedicate itself to kidnapping to get funds and rethink its return to the Sinaloa Cartel.

The brothers of "El Changel", Ezequiel and Javier Carrasco Coronel "El 05" and "El 06", took charge of operating the organization with the support of "Taliban 24" from Zapopan, Jalisco, they moved for the last years to Colima, Nayarit and Sinaloa, and restarted narco trafficking in Tapachula, Chiapas.

Before Javier Carrasco Coronel was caught, one of the 122 priority objectives of the current Federal Administration, authorities had already identified their alleged intellectual involvement in the kidnapping of several people, who were killed, despite collecting part of the money required for the ransom.

Narco accounts

The information that gave light to the Police and Federal Public Prosecutors Office was located during a series of searches practised in real estate in the State of Nayarit. The area of homicides and kidnapping of the Office of the Attorney General of that State, with residence in Tepic, secured four notebooks and several separate sheets containing the accounting of the narcos.


The documents were delivered to the Office of the Special Prosecutor for Investigation of Organized Crime (SEIDO), of the Attorney Generals Office (PGR). There they established the data of 14 kidnappings and collection of at least 8 million pesos and 35 thousand dollars, money that the criminal organization used to buy war material, to make hidden compartments in vehicles that they used to transport narcotics, firearms and cash.

The information obtained also included rentals for "safe houses" that were called "ratoneras", for the purchase of gasoline for vehicles, mechanics charges to repair the vehicles, the acquisition of radio equipment, gifts and items for the bribing of Municipal and State authorities, and the buying of narcotics.

From information released from some of the notebooks, it is estimated that the criminal group had a monthly current expenditure of 1,086,000.00 pesos. They allocated 242,000.00 for the payment of 17 "workers", 40,000.00 for rental of real estate, 136,000.00 for gasoline, 68,000.00 for air time for mobile phones and 600,000.00 for bribing police officers.

The highest payments were for the purchase of firearms, repair of vehicles and the ostentatious parties of their leaders for Xmas, baptisms and other reasons for celebration in which they contracted various musical groups, especially those who sing corridos about the Cronnel family, such as "El Cachorro" delgado whom they claim to have paid 20,000.00 dollars for decembrina party.

In the case of police protection, note number 1 in sheet 7: "State expenditures and Zapopan", in an alleged collusion with State Police of Jalisco and Municipal Public Security of Zapopan. On page 8 of the same notebook, the following text stands out: 5 patrols of 20,000.00 per fortnight, apparently state police, 10 patrols of Zapopanos 20,000.00 fortnightly, 600,000.00 per month in money delivered to Zapopan patrol squadron 4705.

The conditioning of twelve vehicles to be used for the transportation of drugs, weapons and money, was allocated 46,000.00 dollars. The vehicles were fitted with special bodywork with hidden compartments. Coronels sicarios mainly travelled in Volkswagen Jetta and Bora, in addition to Jeep Cherokees.

The Kidnappings

Written in a simple but chilling manner on those sheets of paper. The victims were referred to as "spare parts, mascot, doll or customer", their final destiny was death. In several instances the death of the victim was referred to as "kissed, gave a tour, or gave a vacation", recording the name or nickname of the sicario who made sure the victim would " not complain again".

In the abductions committed in Jalisco and Nayarit, roles were defined. The sicario's, "El Cholo", "Pancheco", "El Canelo", "Rene", and "Lupilo". They also nicknamed the victims, "Lolita", "Aida", and Clarita Colonel". The same "Lupillo", "El Cobijas", "Cesar el Gordo", "Omar and "David" took care of the kidnapped victims, "El Cholo" and "El Canolo" charged the ransoms. "Lupillo, but especially Isaac gave the last kiss to the unfortunates".


The second booklet contained the list of people who are members of the criminal organization and their address or way of contacting them. Most of the offenders are from Tamazula, Durango, and the others from Culiacan, Sinaloa.

In addition to the apprehended Javier Carrasco Coronel and the still fugitive Ezequiel, of the same surnames, the most important sicario's of the group are identified as Guadalupe Quinones Recio "El Lupillo", who earned 15,000.00 dollars fortnightly; Rene Rivas Quinones, of equal salary, Jesus Quinones Recio, 5,000.00 pesos; Rosendo Alonso Quinones Beltran "El Canelo" and Joel Beltran Vizcarra "El Cobijas", both received 4,000.00 pesos fortnightly.

Clarita who is being investigated is the daughter of the extinct capo Ignacio Coronel Villareal, at least five other women are being mentioned, three have the surname Coronel: Daisy, Araceli and Aida, and two with the surname Riva, Nely or Mely and Olivia.

Also in the file are the identities of Job Emmanuel Beltran Vizcarra "El Jopi", Jesus Rivas Quinones, Josue Gerardo Dominguez Flores "El Cabezon", Jesus Alberto Perez Quinones "El Flaco", Isaac Ruiz Hernandez "Nono", Ismael Acosta Medina "El Pelon" or "Mavel"; Omar Quinones "El Guero", Israel Quinones, Luis Rivas "El Chingon", Jose de Jesus Corona, Luis Quinones and Fermin Adan Beltran Vizcarra. Names of the sought after are "Conmano", "El Jasiel" and "El Taliban 24", who even has two narco corridos about him that don't reveal his true name.

Narco business

On ten loose A3 size sheets, handwritten in blue ink, were highlighted activities and transactions of alleged drug trafficking, although the substance and product that is being marketed is not detailed. It describes purchases and sales of "tambos" in Tapachula, Chiapas, that shed significant amounts of money in American currency, in May 2012.

For example, one of the papers states that "Taliban 24" invested 144,915.00 dollars in the purchase of "15 tambos" with Claritas friend. Other members of "La Carona" organization aquired the "tambos", including women. Also key in the talks were about the negotiation of "cadres".

Ministerial authorities consider that with the data obtained from the documentary evidence and statements of some of the detained members of this grouip, the alleged responsibility of the persons mentioned in the previous investigations can be established. Intelligence reports say that the band "Los Coroneles" operates in the Mexican Republic from and indeterminate date, although it is noted apparently from the 1990's and early 2000's mainly in Jalisco.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

93 comments:

  1. Mike Tysons finances were bigger!

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  2. https://youtu.be/kW53a8WYreA


    Corrido de Los Coroneles

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  3. These guys los Coroneles were kidnappers which is the reason el Sr Mencho vanished them from Jalisco
    CJNG does not allow kidnappings

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    1. Not true. They kidnap and kill innocent people. A cousin of mine was almost kidnaped about 3 years ago. They also kidnaped and killed all those people in boca Del Río Veracruz where they left their manta. Mencho is a piece of shit

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    2. Mencho is a psychopath with authority. He is just another bully with a gun. Hang him!

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    3. Kidnapping is a big part of CJNG operations. In Michoacan they be charging shop owners and taking stuff without paying.

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    4. The coroneles did not need to kidnap anybody, and if they were in chiapas, their partner La Mencha got to keep all the marbles because he betrayed Nacho Coronel,
      his partner epn supports la mencha with everything, including false kidnapping reports and military to murder anybody that gets on the way.
      Traitor #1 of associate cartel members the supreme judas, epn.

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    5. Has anyone learned by now, that any group that denounces kidnapping, are actually some of the worst ones themselves?

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    6. Yes and he also uses only environmentally friendly chemicals in his meth labs and tells his sicarios to use their words and not violence. He also matches CJNG employee savings, provides top tier medical insurance and contributes 50% toward the tuition of his employees seeking higher education. Did I mention he donates 15% of his personal paycheck to the Mexican Wounded Warriors program.....and it's not just for the tax deduction either

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    7. 8:52PM As I've said before, humor and sarcasm are difficult to convey in the written word.

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    8. What the heck are "tambos"? Sounds like a broke a$@ cartel even if the 142k is in dollars pathetic if pesos. Very small drug crews in states spend that kinda money. And this supposed to be a "cartel" ummm ok.

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    9. How was he almost kidnapped?

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    10. Maybe he wanted the kidnappers vanished so he could take over.

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    11. 8:52 excellent response to an equally sensational comment about Mencho's humanitarian standards..jaja

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    12. 8:52 mexican wounded wrriors usually get murdered by their own officers to get their pension and the widow, I hope your little red riding hood does not hurt too bad with all this sarcasm.
      Perhaps zheli ye gone knows who fack up him and el nacho coronel

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    13. Mencho betrayed,kidnapped & killed Morocho & his people over some bullshit,it didnt matter that they ran around together in Teca...Mencho wanted to flex his muscle to show those around him that he wasnt a lavacarros anymore.Mencho isnt above kidnapping & extortion.Lavaperros muerto de hambre...typical Michoacano!

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    14. What is a lavacarros?

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    15. 4:45 Kidnappers do not usually leave their name on receipts for their victims, the "zetas murdered in veracruz who were not zetas" were most probably zeta victims to blame and demonize cjng, because in person the zetas could not handle cjng, cjng was javier duarte's favorites, backed by the SSP and everything, los zetas were fidel herrera beltran's the prior governor, alas Z1 who helped unmask duarte de ochoa for chapulin...
      Every new governor brings in his own gang, looks like.

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    16. 1:38 A lavacarros is a car washer. If you see a word that is 2 long or confusing try cutting it in half 2 understand a bit at what you're looking at. Z40 along with many others started their careers by being car washers or gophers 4 their cartels. - Sol Prendido

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    17. 8:52 - Thats hilarious but I just read book called Wolf Boys and according to book Z40 did have an investment plan for his sicarios. They'd buy shares in a key, bundle or whatever and depending on how far north it went, and if it didn't get caught the sicarios received a nice profit.

      Probably just a ploy to steal his sicarios friends and families investment money before Z40 killed them.

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    18. To all you ignorant bastards that say CDS respects the innocent and doesn't kill unjustifiably

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  4. I assume that the authorities only release the transcripts of the notes and do not dare to release the originals since it possibly contains information about bribery to untouchable 'higher ups' in the government/police forces/military.

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  5. The authorities release information realted to an extinct narco organisation, whereas detailed statements made by imprisoned narco capos of the Zetas, Sinaloa, CJNG, La Familia etc. etc. are kept secret.

    Sure signs of government protecting the criminal organizations.

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    1. As stated before, A failed narco state.

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    2. 10:42 failed?
      Cartels keep making money, businesses still operate, epn still collects...
      just because la chapa got extradited, it does not mean all the next level got orphaned, there are more billionaire money laundering collectors that make sure life goes on, they are american, and they have replacements to burn by the dozen.

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  6. Chapo betrayed and snitched on Nacho Coronel everybody knows this

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    1. WA WA chapo this chapo that are you in love with him

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    2. How is this chapo troll allowed to post on here still? The guy has mental issues and fills up the boards with Chapo snitched yet they still allow him to post.

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    3. Yeah just like he did to mochomo

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    4. 12:15 Chapo snitched guy is doing a very important job, driving some of us crazy, it is up to you to eat the hook, the one and the sinker, eating the fishing pole is up to you too.

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    5. Nacho is still alive... Nacho sigue vivo... That's how deep sh1t really is

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    6. Just like he snitched on his on sons

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    7. 12:15 is right...most moderators on blogs get rid of blatant trolls like the Chapo snitched BB troll. Guy is getting very annoying to the point where I dont want to read the comments anymore either.

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    8. 10:22 you always said that and yet you're still here ūüėŹ

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    9. Chapo Snitched guy WINS!
      Sorry, but you the unhappy will be missed,
      I promise, sincerely...

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    10. 10:22 if some guy is on a crusade, all you can do is help the mophaka, I don't believe la Chapa snitched, but this blog allows everybody a humble opinion, "they steal 99% of my important comments", but I'm happy to appear in the news once in a while, same goes for you and " CHAPO SNITCHED!" guy.

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    11. @ 10:22 am and a few others....man, you gotta be kidding me! The chapa snitched guy really gets under your skin? Lmfao! I really hope you fellas are women, cause you're coming off as one. No disrespect intended towards the real women...and to the others that can't seem to keep mencho out of their comments, relax dudes. This article is about a Sinaloa cell that kidnapped for ransom and hardly ever released the victims after recieving money. They gave them "vacations". That's what you're comments should be on, but you fellas have to bring up la mencha, then say some shit like "typical Michoacano". I'm from Michoac√°n, and the way I think is if a cell, group or cartel has hurt innocent people instead of being about business then fuck them all alike. Wether there from Michoac√°n, sinaloa, Durango, chihuahua etc... you fellas are probably the ones in sandals with your 701 shirts and hats buaaaaaahhh! Estos gueyes!! It really erks you that someone other than chapa is the top piece of shit in the Mexican underworld, right? Let's not forget all these top assholes have to report to the real boss that's en los pinos. So with that being said, cut it out bro, stop believing the corridos and just live your life as happy and stress free as possible, don't be a fucking hater....de parte de un Devil Dog Michoacano ooorahhh!

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    12. La familia Michuacana betrayed by the templarios has come back representing for "el Chango Mendez" his son, el pitufo, la mencha, and epn through his comisionados kicked ass in his name, and he has now a national level cartel for friends.

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    13. 7:32 That's real sh!t Bro..

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  7. Follow the money. This is why ledgers are so crucial to investigators and its demise to an organization.
    Nevertheless expect key government figures to be deleted from such business due to sensitive concerns. In other words no such involvement.
    Can Mexico expect a good outcome from this? Doubt it! Mexico has and will continue to be a failed narco state !

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    1. The "ledger" could be implicating dd, otis and la chiva, it does not have to prove anything, and it doesn't.

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  8. Failed state...succesful narco democracy

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  9. OT, but three journalists have been killed in Mexico in just the month of March, 2017. Here's the latest. The local correspondent for La Jornada in Chihuahua, Chih.

    http://www.jornada.unam.mx/ultimas/2017/03/23/asesinan-a-la-corresponsal-de-la-jornada-en-chihuahua

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  10. We can only dream, marvel, gawk, at how these enterprises are run.
    The accountants are well trained, groomed, and very smart. Most of the accountants skim off the top because it's so much money the boss never finds out. These accountants are entrepreneurs, expert money launderers and successful investors.
    What a shame that they use their talents to encourage, cover up, and facilitate crime, murder, and even poverty and exploitation!

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  11. No one will get indicted of the the individuals listed in this ledger. Expect no resolution nor response for any such investigation.
    Moreover can assure you the individual responsible for releasing such has been reprimanded.

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    1. I'm sure most of these guys are long dead or in jail and money long gone.Does anyone recognize these sicario names or do they change nicknames when they go into other organizations?

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  12. Only 2 sicarios earned 15000 US dollars every fortnight and the rest just earned 4000-5000 pesos every fothnight. These scumbags kill innocents for so less money.Pathetic. The bosses use these gangbanger members as gun fodder.

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  13. Report states another journalist has been killed in the northern state of chihuahua.
    Never ends

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  14. This stuff is irrelevant.... follow the money??. And then what... it dont mean shit, nacho is dead his money was robbed by the people who put this nonsense out. Looks like some politico is flexing nuts one piece at a time to show another politico that this is how its gonna be.

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  15. 242,000 pesos
    / 20
    12,100 USD
    /17 workers
    711.76 USD per employee
    Cheap fuckers!

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    1. Exchange rate wasn't as high as it is now...think about it before you try to write something

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    2. Ever heard of inflation?

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    3. The only inflation some estupidos know about is "inflar" alcohol y cervezas, muchas cervezas, y pulque.

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  16. fortnightly- does this mean per day?

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    1. Old term for biweekly

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    2. Every two weeks

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    3. Old English: fńďowertyne, fourteen.
      Every 14 days

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  17. Nacho was a real gangster like Chapo, not like those fake narco snitches Alfredo and Arturo.

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    1. Is El Chapo's current wife related to the narco that this article is about? I believe she said no, but I can't find any other information about it.

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    2. El Rey De Crystal Nacho Coronel... he took out all those gente de Beltran when his son got killed

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    3. 3:48 Do√Īa Emma Coronel Aispuro is niece of Nacho Coronel, alias la Nacha, her father is a brother of "la Nacha" but he is in prison por traer unos gramos for personal use.
      The Aispuros may also be a crime family, you check it up.

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    4. 5:20 PM...los originales Reyes del Cristal eran los Amezcuas.Nacho Coronel was still driving around in stolen Ram Chargers when the Amezcuas were moving tons of ephedrine in 93.And those are facts!!

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  18. Clarita Coronel and Monica Coronel are sexy...

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    1. Me platico un cmpa de GDL que a la monica le jiede.

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  19. Y does it say finances of nacho coronel? When these are clearly from after his death by a bunch of kidnappers. They obviously couldn't traffic drugs very well so they kidnapped

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  20. Interesting that it is stated that the Coroneles quickly resorted to kidnapping for income when their money man Nacho got taken out. Nacho once kidnapped and released the wife of H after Beltran had Nacho's son killed who had nothing to do with the beef. He stated that he released his wife because he did not mess with innocent people. I guess all that went out the door for his people when the money dried up

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    1. El H no dio la cara por su esposa,
      La nacha la dejo ir,
      porque la nacha no era un pincbe asesino corriente.
      Las malas ma√Īas las aprendieron de los zetas y las golfas y sus pinchis kaibiles y cholos, y de los polesias judiciales estatales y federales que los mandan.

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    2. That's a very illuminating point @4:12 the real megaevil bullshit really got kicked up with the influx of former cops, former soldiers, former guv agents of whatever stripe. Having spent nine years in the US Infantry I can attest to the fact that the training in violent practices in the military is thorough and largely devoid of any moral considerations as the the impact of the bloody deeds, it's morals neutral in some ways.

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  21. What do people think Tambos are? Coke,black? If in US dollars clearly can't be meth so assuming Coke any ideas?

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  22. Tambos are drums. Remember that Mexicans use a lot of slang when referring 2 things. Every language has its version of Ebonics. - Sol Prendido

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    1. 55 gallon drums, 200 litros, or litres.
      El Tambo o El Bote is also La Carcel, y si te atoran vas pal Tambo o te echan a bote sin ser culpable...
      Esos pinchis undercovers mamones siempre les falla el slang, comen muncho pan blanco.

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    2. What's are yuh taking about? You make no scence

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    3. 4:18 Piensa le bien lo que dices compa. El pan y la tortilla vienen de...la harina. La harina se usa por todo el mundo. No m√°s de que cada quien tiene su manera de usar lo. Al final de cuentas sigue siendo HARINA. Usa un poco el cerebro. - Sol Prendido

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  23. Wasn't what I asked. Was asking what people thought actually was?

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  24. Quick note didn't mean to come across rude to your response sol prenido. When said wasn't what I asked. Just think you miss understood my question that's all. If have a idea of what actually is please let me know?

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  25. The only thing I've ever seen inside tambos are liquids, people and rarely dry goods. Hope this helps. - Sol Prendido

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    1. so what 15 drums of meth?

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    2. So what 15 drums liquid meth?

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    3. More than likely liquid meth. Precursors perhaps. - Sol Prendido

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    4. Tambos are what they call efedrin

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    5. precusores quimicos para la manufactura de metanfetamina. Tenian buenos contactos orientales para conseguirlos. Ahora los contactos los maneja el Mencho con el CJNG. por eso tanto cristal en Mexico. Zhenli Ye Gon es un claro ejemplo del dinero que el manejo de precusores deja de ganancia.

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  26. So according to this, some kidnapping victims who were ultimately murdered were nicknamed Aida, Lolita, and Clarita, but then the article states that Aida Coronel and Clarita Coronel are sicarios. ???

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    1. Lolita... how old is she?

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  27. Comes out to 50-60 thousand dlls,wow

    .What a big cartel...I spend more on my kids!

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    1. 6:45 When you get robbed by friend and foe and all of them have been turned against you by the government, it is hard to appear to be a millionaire.
      Same shit happened to Pablo Escobar, and rodriguez gacha "el Mexicano", Alvaro uribe velez and his replacement juan ramon santos, after being paramilitary leaders in cahoots with FARC and ELN, and the AUC, and the PEPES, and murdering their own friends on the left and the right, they arrived to power in the presidencia de colombia...same is going on in mexico, peppered with clandestine mass graves, the signature of Alvaro Uribe Velez, of Don Fabio Ochoa Family, whose first kill was his own daddy, then the pilot who did the dirty deed for him...

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    2. What's the point here? @748

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    3. 6:17 The point is that Shoeless Escobar died like a hungry flea infested dog, and that more like him get murdered by the state that covers up the politicians partnerships with these "despicable criminals" that spent their lives making them rich

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  28. 60% of the monthly budget was cop and politician payoff. Follow the money.

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