Saturday, April 15, 2017

Sinaloa: Marina kill Pancho Chimal outside Culiacan

Pancho Chimal killed outside Culiacan 

Francisco Zazueta Rosales, El Chimal, was killed during a gunfight with Marines, in the town of San Cayetano, in Tepuche, Sinaloa, north of Culiacan.  His identity was confirmed through fingerprints. Numerous weapons including a grenade launcher and .223 caliber rifles, tactical and communications gear were secured at the scene.  it is unknown if others were detained in the action.

Chimal was said to be the leader of Ivan Archivaldo Guzman's cell of enforcers, Los Chimales, and Pancho was one of 5 ranking Sinaloa Mayo Zambada branch members who escaped from Aguaruto, a prison outside of Culiacan. 

Tepuche, Sinaloa
These inmates had cells that resembled condos, with drugs, alcohol, and prostitutes easily available, as well as beds, televisions, and food from outside the prison.

Among them were Juan Jose Esparragoza, "El Negro", Alfonso Limon Sanchez, Jesus Pena Gonzalez "El 20", and Guadalupe Felix Rafael Nunez, El Changuito Antrax.  Rafael Nunez, and Limon Sanchez were both named in Operation Narco Polo.  A federal indictment out of San Diego, which targeted upper level Sinaloa operators, and their San Diego distribution and trafficking networks.

Pancho Chimal was captured a month before his escape, initial reports stated it was Ivan Archivaldo who had been detained, in February Pancho Chimal was said to be leading the fight against Los Damaso, upon his escape from prison. 

Sources: ZETA Tijuana, Rio Doce 

89 comments:

  1. Was he the guy in the documentry Clandestino about Sinaloa talking about his how he would give his life for the protection of the family? I liked I liked him in a wierd twisted sort of way.

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    1. What part is he in!?!?

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    2. Riding around with his platinum AK47

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  2. 1 down, 4 to go.

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  3. JAJAJA no que muy macho

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    1. When you go down fighting it's exactly what you are. But judging by your comment, your one of those Internet tough guys. But a street lame!

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    2. He just got shot at so he had to return fire. They wanted him dead and so they killed h8m

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  4. No krean Todo lo leen ni todo lo k kuenta plebes i pa morir nacimos saludos pa la reyna Chivis desde la mochilona aqui andamos al tirante

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    1. Comander perro saying its not true?? Hmmm who to believe. I think hes right

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    2. Wise words no body no video it's really suspicious he scape out of jail not Long ago and his dead something is fishy

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    3. Wow,wow.....wow!!!!

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    4. remembered me comadante i met you in culiacan a couple weeks ago its me Tony you said you where partying in culiacan ?

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    5. saludos desde california

      El mochomo

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    6. I found this guy on Facebook, he lives in Iowa and his profile says he's a roofing laborer so wtf? commandante mentiras?

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    7. where is lowa this guy lives in sinaloa i saw him and recognize him in culican like 4 weeks ago my sister even took a picture with him it crazy tho this world is small

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    8. Comandante pongase hacer mezcla, cholo cacha de cuero

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    9. Tienes razon por eso no te creo.

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  5. Make Sinaloa great again! In time all the cds play narcos will be dead and gone.

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    1. No CERTAIN intruders wether US marines or DEA wil die on sight here in Culiacan

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    2. And then others will come 2 follow in their footsteps. Live. Die. Repeat. - Sol Prendido

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  6. Damn, killed before a hit corrido was made about him smh

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    1. He has a few pendejo

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    2. What are they

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  7. Sinaloa state is where man whit big pelotas are born thank God this dummy Pancho chimal got kill by marines I just hope he dint take a couple marines with him like most sinaloa gun man nice post border land beat

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    1. Lol. Si guey.

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    2. he went down fighting but like always the government hides their dead Gatos only show the criminal​s kill

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    3. It used to be, now its the home of the sons of the real men. Kids who had everything handed to them and dont know how to maintain order.

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  8. Mencho should take over sinaloa but we all know he will get kill this sycopaths from sinaloa even fight against mexican marines they probably make mencho their Put@ lol

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    1. Why you mad? I know why.

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    2. best comment ever bro

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    3. Get over sinaloa lol those fools only return fire. Why is cjng killing them off so easily in colima and Tijuana them? Tonto

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  9. Chapos people are getting taken out like flys

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    1. Chapo is scared in his cell not knowing what to do

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  10. Military intervention by unknown informants will assume? These guys were definitely needed for a war of wars against Damaso. Essential knowledge and fire power for what's becoming a game changer over control of drug trafficking.
    Nevertheless the corruption and inept government practices of prison officials aiding efforts of escape is by all means the root of this failed country.
    Its citizens who will continue to bear the blunt and affects of a nation under siege by organized crime.
    Father in law stated it best many years ago; that its the citizens who initiate bribery to municipal officials and government officials. We are the cause for this corruption. By offering a policeman money for an unwanted infraction. This practice has led to the wide spread of corruption policies which bind Mexico to this day. We have ourselves to blame for partaking in an illegal behavior.
    To this day I can truly say I agree with this conception. It's clearly evident that many are eager and willing to bribe or sway an outcome.

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    1. @7:27 I agree that low level corruption, like giving a cop 20 bucks to avoid getting a ticket has become the 'Norm" in Mexico but I don't agree that corruption started at that level. I don't think that $20 bribe evolved into a half million dollar a month bribe to the top top cop in charge of fighting cartels and eliminating violence.

      To purge the system of corruption you have to start at the top with very stiff penalties for corruption and it will work it's way down. Re-educating the man on the street not to pay a small bribe is not going to do it.

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    2. @8:44 you r exactly right but who is going to purge the system from the top when the top is corrupt??

      Mexicans havhave no alternative but to work towards a revolution. The US would of course be actively against such a revolution since 'destabilization' in the region is not in the US interest.

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    3. 7:27 PM
      Great comments,its pervaded nearly every facet of society?

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    4. Plata or plomo, that's what motivates corruption. Not what you said. If you don't take the bribe, you die, and you don't want your family in danger. That's why corruption exist.

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    5. They are all stupid and dumb. How can someone follow orders from an uneducated piece of shit. Shit, they are and like shit they die!!

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    6. @ dd: You are correct, in a sense. But, didn't the people elect those in power? Low voter turnout, voting based on emotion rather than reason, outright bribery, and failure to vote, based on informed decisions, are only a part of the problem. Many people are just plain apathetic. The other part of this equation is that anyone seeking election can not get elected without cooperating with the existing power elite, thus reinforcing the cycle of corruption.

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    7. @1144 by force. Hows a gun in your face sound?

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    8. You guys are talking bad about mexican officials; but if you get pulled over, i wonder if your going to say just give me the ticket officer

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    9. @3:43 Destabilization? That is how the US controls Mexico and all other countries where it can benefit from.
      The "war on drugs" was created by the US. Research Plan Merida and rapido y furioso. These bastards(CIA) play on both sides of the fence (no pun intended) to create a weak Mexican democracy.

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    10. @5:05PM The "war on drugs" existed long before Merida Initiative or Fast and Furious existed. How could they have created the war on drugs.

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    11. "Plan Merida" accelerated the destailization of mexico with the bIllinois of dollars "given to the mexican government for their enhanced "war on drugs", much like ISIS benefited from the billions of dollars "given by the Saudis" to the french to deliver weapons and supplies "to lebanon", all ended in ISIS hands, including american supplies to the "Syrian Rebels".
      Same kind 9f help to the mexican armed forces to murder mexicans as they see fit, it had never happened before.

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  11. Damn R.I.P Pancho Chimal
    Los Chimales ūüĒę
    Puros 20s

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    1. Ya, this fine, upstanding citizen will be sorely missed for about 3 seconds or less, by anyone with an i.q. over 35.

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  12. They arrested Javier Duarte in Guatemala

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    1. Anyone else seeing a trend..?

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    2. Finally! Still wearing that surprised look of "who, me?" on his face in the presentation photos.

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  13. No body no evidence then hes alive... So they said azul jr was killed too a week ago. Ala chayo nazario JAGL

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    1. They have the body. What are you on about?

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    2. Where? Is it the same picture they took of manuel torres? In here i see lots of marines and a heli thst it. Hes alive. JAGL

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  14. Excellent news! 4 more to go.

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  15. El Chimal had to die. He wasn't going to go back too Prison. Sinaloa had to give someone up, to keep the government happy.
    Chimal was the weakest.
    R.I.P fought a good fight.
    Typical Sinaloan.
    - El Blanco Nieves

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  16. Another dead rodent!

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  17. They are all tough guys, and at some point were the best of the best hitmans , until they get they're heads blown off by the marinas.. then a new one comes out the he gets his head blown off, then another and another and another.. and so on and so on.. pendejos willing to die for money is plenty full in Sinaloa.

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    1. Wack a Mole; Wack a Mole...new app for sale.

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    2. Best comment in the world

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  18. Here is a true sicario...not like a cholo ivan

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    1. How do you mean? Do you mean he was more about actual killings as opposed to overall operating? I heard cholo Ivan helped a lot if people out and was liked by the populace..chimal a straight maton

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  19. Cjng taking over

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  20. Does anyone know if Los Chimales ever worked for Damaso Lopez?

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    1. So i heard this too.but only one person. But i was told they were los gueritos people. And served ivan.

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    2. Guero Bastidas?

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    3. @3:22 AM Dee Lucky on the forum wrote that. I read somewhere else that this Pancho was brought into the mafia by Ivan.

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  21. He was captured a month before his capture?????

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  22. Chapos sons will die this year

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  23. He was capture before his capture?

    So this means he got killed before he died.

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    1. There are reports he woke up dead

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  24. arriba los Chimales los 20s gente del SR Ivan Archivaldo .

    Atte el 20/20

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  25. Un criminal menos que mandamos al infierno.

    Bien por la semar

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    1. 5:5 "mandamos?" se me hace que como que te apesta el pedorro.

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    2. Asi es.

      En el infierno donde merece estar por ser un criminal de mala racha

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  26. so sad. he didn't deserve that Marinos. Please stop killing your own people Mexico

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    1. 6:51 no mercy, the order is shot to kill.
      Who wants to keep the mexican prisons full of these communist narco terrorists?
      their positions are needed for the new breed of narco sicarios

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  27. How is he wearing Ed Hardy? Must be an old picture of him. If you know what I mean.

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  28. Entre pancho y pancho

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  29. He tried to "smoke one past the wrong guy"!!! Lmao. Fuck em imma crack jokes. Live by the gun.... ( you know the rest)

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  30. This fool couldn't even take out a Marine or two before he got schwacked!!! He is a legend in your own minds!!!

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    1. El chimal surrendered, and was executed.

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