Thursday, April 6, 2017

Top Mexican Official Said to Tip Drug Cartel About Probe

Posted by DD from material from AP written by Mark Stevenson and from Chicago Tribune written by Jason Meisner


MEXICO CITY (AP) — In a major embarrassment for Mexican law enforcement, U.S. prosecutors said in documents made public Wednesday that the commander of a Mexican police intelligence-sharing unit was passing information on a DEA investigation to the Beltran Leyva drug cartel in exchange for millions of dollars.


Ivan Reyes Arzate, 45, was named in a U.S. district court indictment, just hours after Mexican federal police commissioner Manelich Castilla revealed that an unnamed agent had been charged with obstructing an investigation.

What Castilla did not say was that Reyes Arzate was the commander of a federal police sensitive investigative unit (siu). 
SIUs, were formed starting in the 1990s precisely to create more secure groups that the U.S. could feel comfortable sharing intelligence with.

  Castilla said Reyes Arzate had been fired in November. He is in U.S. custody.

The Justice Department described Reyes Arzate as "the principal point of contact for information being shared between U.S. law enforcement and the Mexican Federal Police."

As a top Mexican police commander, Ivan Reyes Arzate was trusted for years with the most sensitive information surrounding U.S. investigations of dangerous cartel drug traffickers, from notorious Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the violent offshoot faction known as Beltran-Leyva.

A 42-page criminal complaint unsealed in Chicago on Wednesday alleged that Reyes had leaked crucial information to several targets of the undercover probe, including the identity of an informant who later had to be evacuated from Mexico for his own safety.
 
The complaint alleged that during a personal meeting with cartel leader Arturo Beltran-Leyva in 2009, Reyes revealed the identity of another DEA informant who had been "instrumental" in securing an indictment against the cartel's bosses.
 
On Beltran-Leyva's orders, cartel assassins later kidnapped, tortured and killed the informant, according to the complaint.  Beltran-Leyva was killed in a firefight with Mexican authorities in 2009 which means Reyes had been working as a mole for the cartels for at least 8 years.
 
Several informants, including other corrupt Mexican police officials, told authorities that Reyes was paid at least $3 million for his betrayal, the complaint alleged.
 
Reyes first drew attention last year during an investigation involving Chicago and San Diego authorities of a Beltran-Leyva-connected drug trafficking network that was allegedly importing multiple tons of narcotics from Colombia to Mexico for distribution in the U.S., according to the charges.
 
According to the complaint, a DEA agent in September asked Reyes to assist in surveillance of several targets in Mexico City. The agent sent Reyes a surveillance photo that had been taken in Cancun in April to help him identify the players and gave him the address of an apartment where they were believed to be living and the name of a restaurant where they often met, the charges alleged.
 
The next day, that same photograph was sent by someone using the screen name "Ayala" to one of the drug traffickers warning he was being targeted by the DEA, according to the complaint.
 
"Regarding yesterday's matter. Guess what? It's you," Ayala — who authorities later learned to be Reyes — wrote to the trafficker, according to the complaint.
 
Ayala also warned the trafficker to discontinue any use of cellphones and move locations if possible.
 
"I recommend you wait a bit, get rid of all (communication devices), and if you can move from where you are, due to the location of the phones you have now. ... Take care and we'll be in touch. No worries."
 
In October, authorities intercepted text messages between Dominguez, the kingpin, and an associate discussing how the cartel had leverage over Reyes because his code name — La Reina — had already surfaced in investigative files as that of a corrupt law enforcement officer.
"We can screw ivan," the unidentified associate said, according to the complaint.
 
In the texts, the two surmised the case against them was weak because it relied on the cooperation of one informant whom they repeatedly referred to as "the dirt bag." They also discussed various methods of getting the informant to "retract" the information he had given to the government, according to the complaint.
 
"If the dirt bag retracts everything, that's the only way we can make this work," Dominguez texted Oct. 26, according to the complaint. "Ivan should be there waiting for the process, that way he can come with the gueros (U.S. law enforcement) to do the work."
 
According to the complaint, Reyes met in person with Dominguez in Mexico City in November and discussed the leaked surveillance photograph.
 
Dominguez and one of the associates who dealt with Reyes have since been charged with narcotics offenses in federal court in San Diego, while a third cartel member faces similar charges in Chicago, according to the complaint. Both of those cases remain under seal,

"Reyes, in his role as supervisor over the SIU, routinely had contact and worked collaboratively with DEA agents in Mexico City," according to the indictment.

Mike Vigil, a former chief of international operations for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, said there had always been a problem with the special units: The top commanders refused to submit to background or polygraph checks, even though low-level agents were vetted.

"The higher echelon, the higher level of the federal police, do not want to be vetted," Vigil said. 

"So the information that goes from the vetted units to their commanders can be easily compromised."

On Feb. 2, federal prosecutors and Mexican Federal Police officials confronted Reyes at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, according to the complaint. In the interview, he denied being Ayala or "otherwise being the source of the leak of the U.S. investigation," but he did acknowledge meeting with Dominguez in November, the complaint said.

Reyes said the meeting was set up with cartel members "to discuss reducing violence" following the killing of a federal police officer a few weeks earlier.

It is not the first time that Mexico has failed to detect such deep corruption.  The case against Reyes Pwas unsealed in Chicago's federal court just a week after the sitting attorney general for the western Mexican state of Nayarit was arrested at the U.S. border in California on charges he conspired with the Beltran-Leyva cartel to smuggle cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine to the U.S.


Mike Vigil, a former chief of international operations for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, said there had always been a problem with the special units: The top commanders refused to submit to background or polygraph checks, even though low-level agents were vetted.  

"The higher echelon, the higher level of the federal police, do not want to be vetted," Vigil said. "So the information that goes from the vetted units to their commanders can be easily compromised."


"In both cases, the arrests were made without the participation of Mexican authorities. Confidence is not at its highest level.", said former DEA agent Mike Vigil.  

Reyes, who used the code name "La Reina," or "the Queen," was charged in February and turned himself in to authorities after traveling to Chicago voluntarily, according to Joseph Fitzpatrick, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office.

96 comments:

  1. DD: Thanks for posting.....yet another story documenting corruption at high levels .... kind of makes one feel hopeless that Mexico will ever see better times. Reyes is just a pendejo that probably got caught up in compromizing situations that morphed him into corrupted official. It would be a facinating story of exactly how this man became corrupted and met his downfall.
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. I think those better times have come and gone. That conception of what was; will only remain as a memory and a reminder of what a corrupt government institution has bestowed upon its country.

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    2. @11:08 sorry to say that you are totally wrong. The statement "The higher echelon, the higher level of the federal police, do not want to be vetted“ means: the basic premise for promotion is corruption. Its a club of corrupt officials (like all of Mexico's elite) and they only allow like-minded to come and join the club. This arrangement pays off handsomely for them by collecting billions in bribes from the traffickers.

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    1. It doesnt matter, Barbie is a rat by all means. Only a 10 year minimum prison term but a target on his head once he is released. Dead man walking.

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    2. La Barbie is living quite well in the U.S. Prison system. He is the one that gave up all his Mexican corrupt "Officials" right after he turned himself in so they knew about this guy for years as well as all the scumbag politicians that they had in their pockets. He also set up "Arturo" of the BLO. Its a sick world we live in.

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  3. Not a surprise how embedded Mexican government officials are with drug cartels.
    More proof that Mexican government are inept and corrupt.
    Furthermore a broken political system where greed has no boundaries.
    Must have been nice to have received 3 sources of income, Mexican government, US + cartels.
    For those questioning U. S payment? The costs associated funding the drug war from taxpayers.
    Sure a portion of that money is allocated strictly benefiting government officials.

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    1. 11:20 the money "given to the mexican narco-mierdocracia pays commissions to the american middlemen first of all, then to the mexican "dealmakers", after that, the agents must find a way to supplement their income, INCLUDING THE CHIEF OF POLICE, "MANELICH CASTILLA CRAVIOTTO: El Hombre Que Vendio La Plaza De San Luis Potosi al Cartel de Sinaloa por djez millions de dolares"...looks like there is corruption to go in all the federal police all over mexico...

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  4. Everyone is going to start dropping like flies. Others will be executed to keep their mouths shut.

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    1. With no help from the coins dropping out of their pockets, and with many of those coins pointing to Guzman

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    2. 10:01 your teeth would be making noises if you were not hiding behind your mommy's keyboard and petticoats.

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    3. 532. You appear quite disturbed. Who should many of those coins point to?

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  5. This will never end. Out kids will be talking about the corruption. I just don't see any remedy or solution. Too much hassle money and too many power players involved. Such is the world we live in.

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  6. To the editors: I would like to humbly draw your attention to the fact there by times is something a bit off work your lettering. Part of the above article is in (too) small print, and than follow parts that are even in a smaller print still. The article about the newspaper closing its doors yesterday was in too small print in its entirety. (for the average reader that uses a mobile device and browser this is somewhat troublesome). (Also in this article, one of two alineas are printed twice) A bit of checking on the actual outcome would not hurt (I make the mistake of omitting to do this too often myself:) thanks 4 all the good work.

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  7. I am absolutely disgusted with
    the incredible level of corruption
    in this country !

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    1. I pity you for such conception and the depiction of Mexican people as cowardice. Your judgment and conceptions are misguided and demeaning.
      Mexican citizens did not impose such hardships upon themselves. Nor the violence which has plagued its society . Furthermore a government who only abides and aides organized crime than its constituents.
      I can only assume that ( Dog Shit) is what spews from that fowl mouth of yours.
      Ignorance for some unfortunately is necessary in this world. Still trying to figure why?

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    2. Keep smoking that Hillbilly dope. There will not be money for a wall. We are at war with Syria. And wars cost money .

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    3. I am an American here in Mexico. I just drove from Chihuahua to Zacatecas and then back through small pueblos going North back to Chihuahua. I take precautions so as to avoid running into criminal groups along the way. In fact people give me advice as areas not to go into in my travels. They really care. The people treat me very well. Lot's of hugs and prayers are given to me as I leave their company. I cannot see your message as it was voided, but just by reading the responses I am amazed that you could be that cold. The majority of the people here in Mexico would not talk that way about you.

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    4. Zacatecas's is one of my favorite places to have visited. The cathedrals, architecture it citizens. Let's not forget La Bufa. I was fortunate to to take wife from Monterey while visiting father in law. It was one of the safest cities in Mexico where you can enjoy a beautiful evening walk without any precautions. Its culture and beauty is by far the true representation of its people.
      It's been over ten + years since last visited. And hope to return someday.
      Still remember the sweetest woman that displayed the most generous hospitality, Dona Beatriz.

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    5. Peepol dying all over zacateas too, if it is not the mexican army, then los setas, or the marinas, las golfas, or polesias federales or estatales, or cjng, or los beltranuses,
      I ain' goin to mexico, never again, specially with my looks, peepole get jealous, you know.

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  9. As stated strongly in the past : Trust worthy testing should be applied to all government officials. Maybe then Mexicos country can begin healing.

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    1. 1:54 examinations in the police forces, as in the teachers union, result in forced admissions and forced retirements, o sea PURGAS, only THE APPROVED PARTY PEOPLE CAN PARTICIPATE OF THE GOOD LIFE.

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  10. The big players are in Los Pinos and the American Congress, not even El Chapo would even dare to snitch on those guys.

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    1. If chapo had any dignity to make amends with himself and his God . Moreover remorse a book "Tell All" would expose all those involved.
      Question is ? Will the involved permit such?
      Security measures implemented with Chapo have caused difficulties for a proper legal representation for his defense.
      Doubt Sean Penn will get the opportunity
      to write such a book. Or any other journalist!

      Hmmmmm.... Inquiring minds want to know!

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    2. They have Habeas Corpus in the US, but I doubt it applies to mexican narcos partners of american and mexican businessmen, generales politicians, poolice chiefs and their commandantes.

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  11. Reading between the lines CS2 is Sergio Villareal Barragan, El Grande.

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  12. And CS3 is no other then Vicentillo Zambada.

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  13. In this world of narcos, no one is to be trusted.

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  14. Woah really no way ??? Im suprised Genanaro Garcia luna hasnt been arrested yet

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    1. Do you have any proof against this judge?

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  15. el cepillo o el 00 killed in guadalupe y calvo

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  16. Another massacre in Michoacán by la marina and federales

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  17. So the D.E.A. also play dirty? Got it.

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    1. What makes you say that?

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    2. DEA, CIA are the most corrupted, history says it all...Sam Giancana

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    3. The CIA and the DEA have some whistleblowers, google them, report your favorites, they are even affraid they will be murdered...like Hec5or Berrellez and Cele Castillo...

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  18. Desde el más chico asta el más grande reciben su parte el negocio es grande i el sol sale para todos si me matan o me atrapan nada cambia palabras sabías de a un hombre que quiero como padre

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    1. Couldnt said it better tomadante canino

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    2. This guys is the real deal no joke Komander is in the negocio for real mande saludos a Stockton California bro

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    3. What can you tells us abouth el chapos captured ? We know yo where a really close friend of the Guzmán family

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    4. afirma
      el quinto mes

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    5. El de las palabras sabias es este servidor

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    6. Afirmativo y pasan pasar los anos y mz sigue ordenando

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    7. Como puedes querer a alguien como padre si jamas en tu vida lo haz conocido en persona?Alucinas o ejerces tus comentarios para generar polemica?En serio,causas pena ajena.

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    8. @7:;14 I've never been in that situation of not knowing my father, but I have a grandson that is 9 months old in the states and I have never met him, but I love him just from looking at his photos. I will be remedying that situation very shortly.

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  19. So sad, no hope for this country. If only the leaders were honest and had pride in what they did then they wouldn't be in this shithole. Corrupt leaders. Fuck EPN for not trying harder

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  20. The blo is getting hit hard expect more to come with veytia in us custody

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  21. Ladies & Gentlemen,now you know who the REAL Bosses are.This has only been a secret to those who dont live in Mexico or those who believe in the bullshit fantasy corridos they listen to.This isnt new,look up Guillermo Calderoni for starters,Genaro Garcia Luna,even as far back as the 70s it was Government who gave you the blessings & permission to operate.So ask yourselves..."Who are the real bosses if you have to pay protection & ask for permission"?

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    1. I've been trying to tell all these Beltran nut huggers but they keep blaming chapo

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    2. Look up elias ramirez from chihuahua. He was very corrupt

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  22. Tomahawk missels on the way!

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    1. @8:48 Come on man, tomahawk missiles because one bad cop got caught?

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    2. @DD @9:48 pm At Syria Pendejulio..

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    3. dd wrote: "because one bad cop got caught?"

      One ?
      One ?!
      How many cops in this country are corrupted ?
      How many prison guard are corrupted ?
      How many politicians in Mexico are corrupted ?
      How many army officers are corrupted ?

      It feels like the whole f*cking country is a symbol of corruption.

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    4. @4:34am The comment I responded to was "Tomahawk missiles are coming" which was made in response to a story about 1 bad corrupt cop being arrested.
      To say that missiles are coming because of that was a ridiculous comment. While the bad cop that was arrested is certainly not the only corrupt cop, prison guard, politician, or army officers that are corrupted (I am sure those numbers are in the thousands) do you really think missiles are are the solution to the corruption problem in Mexico? Whether it is 1 or 10,000 corrupt public officials, who are you going to aim those missiles at? It is a ridiculous idea.

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    5. I love here in Mexico and to find a cop at any level, or person in government that is not corrupt would be a hard thing to do. The system is set up for the police to use corruption as a way of survival. They are paid very low wages to start with. The vast majority take these jobs for the money that can be extorted from the people at all levels.

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    6. I would think that they could also charge him with murder. He had to know that giving up these names of informants meant he was sentencing them to die.

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    7. Tomahawks would certainly be a start to cleaning up the shit in mex.

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    8. 10:19 You must be 12 years old.

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    9. 11:34 it's scarcism pendi...give me your solution genius?

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    10. @1:04 PM As I have said before in comments, sarcasm and humor are difficult to express in the written word.

      I don't have a solution but even though it would be long drawn out process treating drug use as a health problem rather than a criminal problem is a good start on a solution.

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    11. DD, one solution is to demand accountability from the US government, they yielded to FECAL when they approved the Mierda Initiative (aka Mierda Accords) that required compliance with human rights organizations and UN inspections and inclusion of other supervision, after FEC protested for the intrusive nature it was allowed that the mexico governing narco-mierdocracia would report as they see fit, they already knew about human rights abuses all over maexico, by melitary and police, the crimes and state sponsored terrorism increased as soon as the first 400 000 000.00 dollars were released to the mexican government of FECAL, genarco garcia luna even re-sold squad cars to the government at twice the american price, sold radios and maintenance contracts extra, there are many reports on his corruption, and FECAL kept genarco in power until the end, after all the negative reports about his corrupt nalgas.
      Law enforcement needs to be left to the people, and all the melitary and police need to go to trials, they can select the commanders that need to be.executed first, same for the military, there is no solution for corruption their families need to be sent to re-education camps and the properties reposessed, maybe if it is in foreign investments, it can go to indemnify the foreign debt that needs to be disowned ASAP.
      As it is right now, the US government mexican fack ups is target #1, no secret hearings and No Sovereign Impunity.
      Maybe the first Russian Prezident of the USSA can stop feeding the mexican land sharks that have been living it up subsidized by the US government corruption and complicity, and stop "lending money to mexico too", it will not be paid.

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  23. Ingobernable says it all!!

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    1. @9:23PM Not everyone watches Netflix and those that don't watch it don't know what you are talking about. Explain what it is about please.

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  24. Embarrassing, but at least its coming out. We need more officials behind bars.

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  25. This literally kills the assholes commenting chapo snitched on Mochomo theory. This guy wouldve known there was a dime dropped on Alfredo in 2008 and would've given a heads up.

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  26. Crucifixion is a fitting punishment.

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    1. 10:42 No pinchis mames güey, these days is re-education camps or one bullet to the head, two to make sure, that is what the government's law enforcement forces do, well in some cases 150 bullets is ok if somebody lights a lighter inside a car, and looks like a shot was fired, or if you are a cardinal in jalisco but genarco garcia luna's dead commanders just ok two to the head and a few up the ass, "they knew too much about el jefe la genny" and his partners...

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  27. The L-B connection is all this case charges him with; I'd bet he would have lunched with any top guy that he could peddle information too.

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  28. By the grace of god and excessive Mexican immigration , wiretapping ect and so on the cartel is infiltrated . Mexico might not can catch these government employed rats but US intelligence can . We got a cage for him ! Send him on up. Take them assets . We gonna need more pens

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    1. 11:50 TRADITIONALLY, there are always bigger fish behind the gangsters all the way up to the brightest politicians and businessmen, they even contribute to buy the best judges to force upon the US SUPREME COURT that will do their bidding and will find no wrongdoing in being a Russian puppet,
      These big backers of gangsters have existed in the US since way before the first eyetalian or irish mobsters made their bones with plenty German, polac, black, chinese and even some mexican help, of course the cubans and argentinian help too, they had plenty of vedettes that wanted their pound of meats too. Garranteed for life...please...
      Then blame la chapa or al capone or Bashar Al Assad for all their dirty deeds all they want.

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  29. Corruption will end the day the eagle in the Mexican flag let's go of the snake. 😎

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    1. I heard a lots of truth in my life and this is one of the BIGONES THEM RIGHT, mi Amigo.

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  30. I wonder where all the corrupt people in mexico stash their illegally obtained gains without getting noticed?
    It would be great if Hacienda (the Mexican IRS) would audit every politician's bank account, assets and net worth and compared that to their annual income.

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    1. @5;27PM It's not Hacienda doing it but the new Citizens 3 Ley e Movement is pushing legislation to do just that.

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    2. They stash their ilegal earnings in the good Ol' U.S. of A!

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    3. Only the deaf dumb & blind dont know where Mexican Corrupt Officials keep their ill gotten gains.California,Texas & Florida are their top 3 choices.Whats really amazing is Uncle Sam is well aware of their past illegal activities & their earnings & pretends not to see them spending millions on homes,luxury vehicles,vacations,shopping sprees & so on.

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  31. Why wont you post the story about obama drug bust?

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    1. @8:43PM Because we don't publish fake news stories. Which right wing fake news conspiracy site have you been hanging out in. Google "Obama drug bust" and the first 2 stories that come up label them as "fake news". One originated in a Russian fake news conspiracy website. Be a little more selective where you hang out.

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    2. Lol yeah stop with your fake news

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    3. If it would be consider fake conspiracy news. When big players are at stake.

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    4. Obamanos is retired from poolitricks,
      why is small little men still trying to cut him down to size?
      I know it is hard to understand how one black guy "from Kenha" went to Harvard and was a constitutional law professor, a federal US Senator and President of the US...
      pero no mames tanto güey, me la vas a arrancar.

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  32. dd . Don't know if Obama was ever busted or not . I do believe he was involved in heavy drug use when he was younger as I believe the 2 president prior to him were . In my opinion , the truth should have disqualified them from being presidents .
    It just goes to show or standards and morals have deteriorated severely

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    1. @7:30AM I agree with some of what you said. I do think our standards and morals have changed over time and mostly not in a good way. As to your belief that the last 3 Presidents were involved in "heavy drug use, I don't think anyone believed that Clinton "didn't inhale" when he smoked pot, but beyond that being involved in "heavy drug use", I don't think I have ever read anything that offered proof of that. As for Bush being involved in "heavy drug use", he was a frat boy in college and growing up in that era it is not unreasonable to believe that he was exposed to a lot of drug use and that he was a "party boy". A lot has been written about his drinking but it has also been widely reported that after a drunken weekend celebrating his 40th birthday he woke up and knew he wanted to quit drinking and he did. AS for Obama, I have read the stories where Obama admitted to smoking pot when he was young but I don't remember any stories (except what we now call "fake news" from conspiracy web sites) about his "heavy drug use".

      While those youthful foibles may have been reason enough for some people not to vote for them, IMO they do not disqualify them from running for President. Proof of not ever using drugs is not one of the qualifications in the Constitution for a person to run for President.

      Not trying to be disrespectful, but out of curiosity, what has led you to believe that those 3 Presidents were "involved in heavy drug use".

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  33. Is it true they released another camarena killer???

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    1. God I hope not

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    2. Camarena killers were never captured,Im thinking you meant to say scapegoat.

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    3. Number one camarena plotter, cuban expatriate who represents his ass as a CIA agent felix ismael rodriguez, alias "max gomez" has never "been" arrested or confessed or in prison.

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  34. Mexico is about close to unfixable

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  35. Ok DD .I guess I exaggerated somewhat . Ive read the fake news also about Obama being on the streets hooked on crack in NYC and a old Paki took him under his wing . Then off the the middle east . Ive read the stories about Clinton being gov. and his brother rounding up teen aged addicted girls and meeting them at a motel . It is deniable . It isn't deniable that the CIA under the Regan bush Whitehouse flooded the country with Columbian coke through mena Arkansas while gov Clinton keep state officials off of it . Little George was a party animal for a while. The heavy coke use was just left wing propaganda , not worth much . Voted for the sonofabitch but can now see the error of my ways .
    Ok I admit I exaggerated .

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    1. @12:43 I appreciate your response. On the Forum there is a place to leave a sign off or signature and mine is "Words are powerful weapons, be careful how you use them."

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  36. As long as drugs are illegal the money addicts come.Guaranteed.As is known in history the money addicts are the worst people by far.Look at what they did to the oil industry in the Middle East,the search for gold in South/North america and Asia,the diamond industry in Africa,millions die.So you never introduce the money addicts to the drug issue because millions will/has die/d.So the drug war becomes the war against the money addicts.
    It takes away the attention/resources from the main problem which is - why do people like putting things in their nose,mouth and veins,get a headache and hallucinate.It's a mental/psychological issue.
    Drugs should be legal since also it's better to face the drug addicts than the money addicts.You can't shoot your way out of a mental/psychological issue.

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  37. I have a serious question. In my perception it looks to me that just about everyone is corrupt. Who the Fuck isn't corrupt in this nation? Who is Some one that should be supported 100% from top to bottom?

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  38. Desde Tierra Caliente

    Es estúpido esta persona. Hace vergonzosos de los ambos gobiernos de México y EUA. Está cautivo en EUA. Se va a la pesadilla de Colorado Florence.

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