Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Mexican Capo's that will never return to see the light of day

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from an El Debate article

Subject Matter: Mexican Capo's that received life sentences
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman could be added to the list of Capo's with life sentences



Dozens of Capo's have been extradited to the United States,  many of them have been sentenced to life sentence without parole, in the most recent case, Alfredo Beltran Leyva, one of the leaders of the Beltran Leyva Cartel, was sentenced this past Wednesday.

Beltran Leyva, "El Mochomo", was extradited in January of 2014 to the United States. The Capo was identified as a leader of the Federation, as well as being identified as head of a sicario cell known as "Los Pelones" in the south of Guerrero, and Los Gueros, in the north of Sonora.

But Beltran Leyva is not the only Capo extradited and sentenced to life without parole, no less than another six have this sentence, and others that have given money and cooperated with information to the United States authorities to change or reduce their sentences.







Life Sentence

Juan Garcia Abrego was one of the first Capo's to receive this sentence. Garcia was born in the United States, though his criminal activity was carried out in Mexico


The boss of the Cartel del Golfo, one of the principal groups that operated on the frontier between Mexico and the United States. In January of 1997 was sentenced by a Judge of Houston, Texas, to 11 life sentences without parole to be served consecutively and to pay a fine of almost half a billion dollars after being found guilty of 22 crimes related to drug trafficking.


He was captured by Federal Police of Mexico in 1996 and extradited to Houston to go before Judges to answer charges relating back to 1993. For ten years he was investigated by FBI agents and formed part of the list of the most sought after fugitives.

Jose Alberto Marquez Esqueda, alias "El Bat", was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute crystal meth for the Tijuana Cartel and the Mexican Mafia gang in November of 2011.


"El Bat" was signalled as one of the participants of the gun battle that occurred in the Guadalajara airport on 24th of May of 1993 in which Cardinal Juan Jesus Posadas Ocampo was killed, who was caught in crossfire between members of the Tijuana Cartel and the Sinaloa Cartel. (Otis: another version is that El Chapo Guzman was thought to be at the airport, and the car he was allegedly driving was the same make and model as the Cardinals, and that the Cardinal was attacked in error.) In November of 2003, Marquez Esqueda was apprehended in Mexico.


In December of 2011, Leandro Salas Galaviz or Danial Obregon, who was linked to the Los Zetas Cartel, received the life sentence without parole, and was fined 13 million dollars for drug trafficking.



Mayra Lopez, his wife, and Josefina Galaviz, his mother, were also convicted, they were sentenced to 11 years each for criminal association and money laundering.


In May of 2013, Juan Roberto Rincon Rincon, Lieutenant of Cartel del Golfo, was sentenced to life without parole for possession of 10 tons of marijuana on United States territory.

The Cartel de Tijuana and one of its leaders of the gang Los Palillos, a dissident cell of the Tijuana Cartel, Juan Francisco Estrada Gonzalez was sentenced to nine consecutive life sentences in October of 2014.

Gonzalez Estrada had been eligible for the death penalty for six homicides and four kidnappings, among other crimes. The Jury had to chose between the death penalty and a life sentence and opted for the latter.

"Because of your great strength, you managed to save my life", said the Capo to his Lawyers, and offered condolences to the families of his victims and apologized to the Judge for his unacceptable behavior.

At the same time, Jorge Rojas Lopez, the other leader of Los Palillos, received 12 life sentences without parole, plus 162 years and 6 months in prison for 16 crimes, including nine murders, three kidnappings and the attempted murder of a Police Officer.


It should also be remembered that Joaquin Guzman Loera could also receive a life sentence without parole.

Original article in Spanish at Debate

60 comments:

  1. Isnt that Michael Scofield from Prison Break? It even has the Fox logo on the pic...

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    1. Thanks for the heads up, I have deleted that picture that is in the original article and substituted it with another of Salas Galaviz

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    1. Not sure. It was supposed to be last month

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  3. Lets say, hypothetically, Chapo does some time, snitches, and is sent home. Would he still not be a dead man? Would his enemies not swoop on him and devour him for lunch and laughs???

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    1. Chapo will never breath another free breath . When he passes either it will be nothingness or a prisoner in hell . As a us Tax payer I hope they build more and more prisons like Florence to house these imports . Mexico and the US would be better places for it

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    2. Yeah he will. Farts

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    3. If only they can get to him then maybe but his el senor so i dont think any cartel leader would risk killing him cus of his connects n contacts atte: hanki panki sully

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    4. 11:14 shows how dumb the average American is. ADX is enormous drain on US tax dollars. Might as well bankrupt the country in order for some narcos to live in hell. So stupid, theres many other ways to punish these criminals without the huge financial burden.

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    5. 11:14 am More prisons like Florence
      Would not make a difference. Think of the $ spent to make that prison plus the thousands of my tax dollars it takes to house these people. Prisons don't help stop the evil it only allows someone else to take the leadership. But education and a different approach to the war on drugs would make a bigger difference. Sincerely El Perdido.

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  4. But nothing changes in mexico
    When juan was in tamaulipas everything was good

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  5. respect to all. chapo out on parole

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  6. And yet the outcome seems to not worry these and other individuals of the consequences!
    Surprises me that despite 2 outcomes are evident from engaging in such activities ( prison or death) , money has blinded ones rational perception.
    Great story BB

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  7. Bad Lawyers, or Bad judgement, always take a plea deal if your guilty at least you will have an out date

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  8. Juan garcia did 20 in supermax and has been moved to a non super max facility
    Never complained never snitched
    Ese si fue capo los demas son cabrones pela gatos

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    1. But still in prison. So who cares.

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    2. @ 8:40am....no one really cares, but the fact is if it's true that the man did his time without snitching, well, my hat goes off to him. You want to be in the "life", take your lumps like a fucking man and shut your mouth....don't chapo (don't rat).

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    3. Garcia Abrego is still in Frorence Colorado super max at the age of 72.

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  9. Chapo snitched on these guys and will do more snitching in time to come to save his sorry A$$. Might get a sweet deal, he's already working on dAmaso. He said damaso has most of the cartel earnings when a Mexican marine asked him who was going to stay with the cds cash money.

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    1. You thought he was going to say he left everything to his kids? I don't think it even matters if he wants to cooperate or not, they going to make an example of him he will never be set free just like John Gotti

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    2. He should squeal. I am positive that many high ranking individuals from both countries authorized and condoned to proceed without interference.
      Question is ? Will his cooperation be taken into account? Better yet valid?
      Deniability is always a government technique!

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    3. Chapo will never get a sweet deal . The dumb fuck became the poster boy of mass crime and drug trafficking . If he gets a sweet deal there will be outrage across the country and his sweet deal will be dissected and analyzed by every long winded pundit in the country . Then broadcasted into every ones living room in the usa . Then the guy that's responsible for chapos "deal" will be detested by 99%. Wont be able to move in public without microphones in his face that he don't want to answer into . Nobody wants to be that guy.

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    4. 11:24 when o.j. Simpson got a not guilty plea, nothing happened. Just a few bitter people that opposed it but most were surprised and it was a live trial that anyone could see. Chapo will not have that luck of course but if he gets a good deal. There are going to be the ones calling him a SNITCH and the other half woyld believe he's just to good of a Mafioso.

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    5. sorry 11:24 but people in U.S. love chapo. I am sure people could care less if he gets a sweet deal and most want that

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    6. Get Damaso's ass.!

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    7. 6:26 People love him, or know of him? That coward will die in a cell.

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    8. Why so much hate towards Chapo?? I smell Envidia from all u old nerds sitting behind a screen..who gives a fuck..gettin tired of BLB postin all these dumbass comments..10-4

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    9. 6:50PM Why so defensive about Chapo? What did he do to better society?

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  10. What if mochomo sources gave him in tell on chapo. Chapo got busted and extradition to the USA. Now mochomo gets life and does life in a witness protection program. Meanwhile we all think he's washed up? WHAT IF?

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    1. 8:52
      Pretty sure that aint legal if he was sentence into the penal system for life . A life sentence don't mean a new start . If this was going to happen they wouldn't have sentenced him until after his testimony . Kinda like giving a junky that cant be trusted some money to bring you some dope next week . You better have a safety net .

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  11. Life is better than death

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  12. I'll rather have them give me the death penalty than to have to serve 25 years at ADX Florence and go back to Mexico and serve another 25 years at Altiplano Federal Penitentiary

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    1. Matese Sola pues cabrona.
      Patriots player Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in prison, hehehe, that what he gets for hanging with the wrong crew.
      At least he chose the end.

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  13. Life for weed?? That guy got railroaded

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    1. Thats BS, pot is legal now

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    2. I said the same..i don't care if he had ALL THE WEED ON EARTH..and a pocket full of seeds..Life? Come on now!

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    3. 9:49 until carlos salinas de gortari dies, he needs the US government to cover his ass, and it goes both ways, that is why they are keeping the "dangerous mexican capos" in the black tower an an iron mask. It has been getting done since the first castles went up in europe, it comes with civilization.

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  14. El vicentillo Zambada is one of the biggest snitches too. He probably gave chapo away. Cartel De Snitches

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  15. What is the point of adding a large fine to several of these life sentences, such as Abrego for almost a half billion dollars and Galaviz for $13 million ? Wouldn't all their cash and assets be seized anyway ?

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  16. According to very reputable sources el chapo will be out soon after negociating a deal with the feds.

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    1. Free El Chapo!!!!

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    2. I Bet you won't be using him/her as a source anymore after that jackass info..

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  17. GOOD lock his ass 's up

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  18. When seen in fotos Chapo always looks weak. No guns and no body guards changes things. When it's just him alone, pssst.

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  19. On to some narco news..a two year old shot in the back of the neck an in the back also shot an killed toddler's 19yr mother an her mother an father age 37 and 40..in Tamaulipas..fuckn thugs is all they are a bunch of punk kids with some old dumbass as their leader what kind of miserable fuck kills a child...whatever Cartel did this all other Cartels should make an example out of them!!

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  20. What about the boss of Cartel del Golfo and Los Zetas combined Osiel Guillen Cardenas he also threatend to kill an FBI and DEA agent

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    1. He snitched for a lighter sentence.

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    2. Osiel paid 25 million cash and turned over some murderers that were hiding in matamoros. His people rounded them up and drove them to the bridge to the US marshals.

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  21. Like it or not,drugs helps the economy.makes prisions, everyone who works at a prison,lawyers,court houses, everyone that works their,cops, construction to build prisons,guns,bullets, parole officers and these guys spend heavy on houses,cars,vacations, shopping etc etc!

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    1. One of the beat comments. TRUTH ūüíĮ

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    2. @3:07pm Chema, by your logic it would be good for the economy if someone dropped a bomb on NYC because it would create a lot of jobs rebuilding it.

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  22. Los Pelones por Guerrero, pon te con los Gueros aya por Sonora!
    Me capturan al Mochomo, de coraje lloro y la guerra detona!!

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    1. 3:09 a ver usté, pongase.

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  23. Deals with the feds aren't negotiated in advance. Except taking the death penalty off the table. You either get on board and cooperate and spill everything you know, I mean everything with 100% honesty, or u rot in the Supermax. After you've proved your worth and value as a rat they take it into consideration. 100% Chapo is doing 25 to life even if he gives up everyone.

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  24. @5:37 that is exactly correct Any notion of him "walking" or gettin over is just a fairy tale, kind thing you might see on a tv show The "G" don't play

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  25. Spread em wild spread em nasty in jail

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