Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Alfredo "Mochomo" Beltran Leyva set to be sentenced in D.C. today

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat *Big thanks, once again, to Narcomics!*

Alfredo Beltran Leyva will have his sentencing hearing today in a Washington DC Courtroom.  It is set for 2:30PM. 

The U.S.  is asking for a life sentence.   The court found that sentencing enhancements asked for by the U.S. are applicable.   The government also asks that his guilty plea result in no sentencing credit for his accepting responsibility.  This is based because of  his filing to withdraw the plea.  The filing to rescind was denied by the court.  This means that although he is not permitted to withdraw his plea, so in effect he is pleading guilty, the U.S.  wants no credit be awarded when calculating sentence. 

In the sentencing process, various credits favorable to the defendant, and enhancements  which  give weight to a greater sentence, are calculated by using a number scale.  Refer to the image below to view the U.S. contention of how  they determined a life sentence was in order with a tally of 50.

One of the enhancements is the contention of cartel leadership.   When he pleaded guilty, he was questioned by the judge regarding leadership role.  He was clear that he was a member of BLO, and worked for his brother Arturo, but he was not the leader.
Click on image to enlarge

In his recent   evidentiary hearing testimony was presented as evidence.   However it was two agents who simply recited information given to them by  3 cooperators.  The agents testified they were simply repeating  what the cooperators said, and presented no evidence to validate the information.

The cooperators themselves did not testify, nor sworn statements offered from the cooperators.


Alfredo has asked the court for a sentence of 25 years.  He was 36 years old at the time of his 2008 Mexico arrest.  He has been incarcerated continually since that date.


An appellate attorney has been  brought into the case in preparation of the appeals process.

From his guilty plea hearing regarding leadership: (click on any image to enlarge)




63 comments:

  1. I'm guessing atleast 30 years sentence.

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  2. Let's hope justice prevails!
    Imposing a lengthy sentence would be appropriate here. And for all those of high caliber status.
    Unfortunately laws for detaining and extraditing Mexican government officials are not permitted.

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  3. CHIIIIIVISSSSSSSSSS

    your up early today

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  4. I wager he will get a mandatory life sentence. This will be Chapo's precedent when they will run consecutive all his mandatory life sentences after he is convicted. Bye scumbag enjoy your stay at ADX Florence. Remember that once you die there the US government has deportation orders for your satanic corpse. Your body will be deposited at the US Embassy in MX so they can take out the trash.

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  5. Chivis gets props and a call out from the Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/kingpin-ex-ally-of-el-chapo-guzman-whose-arrest-set-off-mexicos-drug-war-to-be-sentenced-in-us/2017/04/05/5fae48b2-194a-11e7-9887-1a5314b56a08_story.html?utm_term=.f8c12c933799

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  6. lol hes doing life. Have fun in ADX Alfredo! ahahha

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    1. He did his job as a man. His family is set for life

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    2. But his son might get extradited next

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    3. 7:35 His family is in turmoil and not set at all. Sad.

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  7. See you in sixteen. Arriba la mochomera!

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    1. 馃槀 see him in hell

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    2. 4:06 La Mochoma and matter of fack all the narcas, could get released very soon if they organized to fight for themselves,
      Just by threatening to sing all they know about US and mexican governments involvement, and not in taking kickbacks, but on being at the top of it and taking the lion's share instead of believing pendejadas like "the biig baad narcos are too much for the melitary and poolice corporations"

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  8. Buena suerte MOCHOMO!

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  9. They want a forfeiture of 10 billion? Give me a fuckin break. He never came close to producing that amount of money in illicit funds

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    1. It is a formality. Like when bail is set at 1 or 2 million dollars for unemployed defendants. The courts know that the defendant cannot pay the amount, hence the court can impose their will freely.

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    2. Those bullshit motherfucking american courts. Completely unjust. Oh yea lets get those bad Hombres!. Fuckin please

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  10. Learn from this CHAPO! You know what your involved in you shut up and take it like a man most of the men that was captured is thanks to CHAPO turning them in with help of mex government but at least they have dignity and are not crying your pathetic JGL!

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  11. @Chivis has a capo ever been given a life sentence?

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    1. Yes, Juan Abrego, former Gulf cartel leader.

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    2. 1p:98 Eso se sac贸 Juan Gsrcia Abrego por andar de caliente con los pinchis salinas de gortari.

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  12. If he's going to serve a life sentence he shouldn't have to pay shit. Hes gonna die in their probably. Ridiculous. 10,000,000. I'd be like judge I'll pay it but in your dreams Pedro

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  13. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/kingpin-ex-ally-of-el-chapo-guzman-whose-arrest-set-off-mexicos-drug-war-to-be-sentenced-in-us/2017/04/05/5fae48b2-194a-11e7-9887-1a5314b56a08_story.html?utm_term=.0a286261e0b0...chivis mentioned in this article...she okay with it? Just saying....this comment does not have to be posted

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  14. Can u gives a update as,soon u get the info on his sentencing pls it's highly appreciated thank u

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  15. His lawyer collected money and sold him up the river.. If your facing life, why plead guilty to life? Im going to tell you why, his lawyer collected his money, sold him a dream like all lawyers do, and then when it was time for trail said i think you should plead guilty, his lawyer didnt have to prepare for a thing.. Welcome to feds..

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    1. Yeah well that lawyer might have to watch his back for the rest of his life

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  16. This court stuff is dumb! Although he was a known trafficker, they don't know how many kilos he had crossed to the US. Over 450 kilos was just used to get to the 38 points but I doubt they have any real hard evidence of the amount.

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  17. Start Crying You Bastard They are waiting for your azz at
    ADX SUPERMAX,TAKE A LOT OF SOAP WITH YOU...
    Jefe

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  18. Merece vida, fueron toneladas y decenas de muertos , pudo resarcir un poco del da帽o ke causo ala sociedad pero prefirio callar y no qiso cooperar a destruir la red de impunidad ke rodea la narco dando nombres de politicos. Asi ke como hombresito ke es no pida ahora clemencia o se haga el ke el solo seguia ordenes , echando la culpa al muertito , arturo

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  19. Any one know how much time he got??

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  20. Mochomo has more Love and Respect than chapo in sinaloa ask anybody

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    1. It don't matter there both washed up

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    2. True the beltrans are way more respected in Sinaloa

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    3. Yeah but there almost all gone

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  21. Plead out to life.. Good Lawyer he hired..

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  22. I spoke to alfredo last night and the main reason he got the time is because he refused to turn on chapo regardless of the so called feud. Most people on here will say I'm lying but chivis will know who I am he's confirmed my relationship with him. Theirs a lot of information that alfredo had that the US wants. But this is definitely one way to pay for the "bullshit border wall" trump wants. Alfredo was expecting to get life but wanted 25 he's in great spirits his wife called me 30 minutes ago and she is extremely upset but they plan on moving close to be able to visit

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    1. Hola "J" ...wondered where you were....
      I was going to call you today...maybe we can chat in a couple of days.

      Yes you are legit...a pal of ABL. relationship confirmed. and a damn good story, BUT I chose not to publish as to not put anyone in harms way. I will email you..... Paz

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    2. So was the fued story true that mayo and chap turned him in. and that he was working with the zeta behind there back

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    3. I've been good all is well over here I went to Mexico in January for a few weeks to visit I met with some pretty interesting people some in which you have written articles about in the past. I was expecting it to be hostile and really bad but it was totally oposite. Your more than welcome to call me at any time. I've found a lot of information out about this case that I was kinda confused about. Which is why I have been under the radar

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    4. He must have and still hold alot of Respect for Chapo

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    5. Why not go to trial? Anyone Federal lawyer would have told him that with relevant conduct he would get life no questions asked..By pleading guilty you have no right to appeal.

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    6. "J"...good! be careful and anytime you want to run something by me that helps with security just email me.

      The case is a joke. and the sentence even more so. less than 1/3 of ONE PERCENT of drug crimes result in a life sentence. plus he pleaded guilty! I will call you, one thing I have learned is who to trust and who to not... BTW I have a theory of why he was made an example and why the massive forfeitures as of late.

      Did you see on U.S. TV they were saying how big a blow this is to Mexican drug-trafficking....yet ABL has not been in the game since 2008 and never a capo.

      BTW they had Hector's arrest foto on TV jajajaja....oh well..

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    7. Chivis correct me if I'm wrong but I thought in at least one indictment it was written that he was responsible for major loads to the US late in his Mexico incarceration (2012 or 2013) something like that. I find it hard to believe that they would just punish him for his brother ABL and although many may have more info on it than me, the Feds obviously have a lot more info than even insiders. I'm not saying I'm 100% right, but I would be willing to bet that even though the sentence is heavy, the Feds have at very least, the minimum required evidence (quantity of product shipped) to put him away for life.

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    8. Here is the first indictment of Alfredo
      https://www.scribd.com/doc/298980798/Mochomo-Indictment-Grand-Jury

      Then it grew to this in 2015
      https://www.scribd.com/doc/275191742/El-Mochomo-Other-Crimes-and-Evidence-for-Trial

      This is the indictment for BLO prior to alfredos above prob the one you speak of but is not for alfredo

      https://www.scribd.com/doc/248078470/BLO-Indictment-Arturo-Beltran-Leyva-Manuel-Fernandez-Navarro-and-El-Musico

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    9. That's how you know he knows chapo didn't betray him Arturo the coke head was the whole problem but now both big heads behind bars can't make any peace

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    10. @3:28 Could you verify via U.S. gov channels, or any open domain sources, that Alfredo (I assume Alfredo Beltran Leyva) was allowed calls on the day you claim? I only ask because I once verified a relationship with someone via the internet and everything checked out (they even had pictures with the "target") however they lied about one thing: haven spoken with the person on a important court day. I was able to verify that the person sentenced was not allowed calls. I just want to know if one could very Leyva was allowed calls.

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    11. one can't get a better verification than the one I used.

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    12. Chivis, I believe you.

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    13. @10:05AM Perhaps, and I take that as a no. Thanks for your reply.

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    14. 2::42 there was no reason. I already had an indisputable best verification source. period. It went both ways, because "J" did not know about my sources either. In a way it was comical because we were both proven to be authentic in what we said.

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  23. Now it all makes sence you guys we all would love to here some of them story's on BB..

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    1. that is up to the man above I call J and to his friend. Maybe it will happen. don't know.

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    2. Cmon those stories need to be heard or they will dissapear forever! Do it please Chivis we will wait paitently.

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    3. I would never do it without being authorized. "J" can tell you that is the deal. But it is on my bucket list, I just don't want it to be the last thing I do on that list....

      No one is talking about the other angel to this story...Hector and Mochomito....

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    4. This is what I can say, the first thing I told chivis I will only talk about what alfredo says I can he is extremely careful he and I have a huge amount of trust. I care about our friendship more than anything else. His family is my family vice versa. I have been followed by dea, FBI. I had to turn over my assets and banking information and pay stubs to make sure I'm not making any financial gains. I did all that to be able to visit him.... I just got off the phone with alfredo at 10:25pm he wanted everyone to know he is putting a appeal in immediately but he is going to be fine and thank you to everyone that cares and has been keeping up with his case. I will try and get him to say a thank you on a voice memo so chivis can put it up

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    5. "J" I can verify that being placed on his visitor list is very difficult. i think you were only 1 of 4 or 5? When you first contacted me, well I was happy it was me, most people would have blown you off... lucky I was in a position to have sources that could confirm your story. and what a story. at least I know the story!

      eduardo filed a notice of appeal already. I posted it on the post above this one. Laters. It is going to be tough. Laters.... Chivis

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  24. He was never betrayed Arturo's fury was because he wanted to rescue alfredo and chapo showed no support and said he had to be sacrificed there was nothing to do

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  25. El mochomo isn't a top dog like everyone thinks he became a top boss for his brothers organization behind bars why Arturo was able to get so much power after the split why Arturo fought off Sinaloa mochomo made the money with out being Persaud

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  26. Keep your head up Don Alfredo we riding with you.

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  27. Al 100 con los beltrans la Palma no te puedo olvidar

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  28. You beltrans need to stop blaming chapo and realize EPN and Garcia Luna stole your business. Plain and simple there last move was to take out the H''s in Nayarit put the puzzle together stop blaming chapo

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