Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Beltran Leyva gunmen execute financial operator of "El Lic" in San Pedro de Garza

Beltran-Leyva gunmen execute financial operator de "El Lic"

In a familiar scene, three bodies lay, crumpled under the weight of the bullets, buried in their flesh, life draining from the wounds, blood, seeping onto the pavement under the dusk of San Pedro De Garza, Nuevo Leon.  An enclave of affluence, and prosperity, and the occasional boss, led away in handcuffs, from his modern decor styled home, like Omar Trevino, Z42, two years ago.  

San Pedro de Garza has long been a strong hold of the Beltran-Leyva rememants, and associates. The three gunmen convicted last year in Texas, for the daylight execution of a Gulf Cartel lawyer, associate turned cooperator were former and current police officers of San Pedro.  They served an elusive Beltran-Leyva cell leader named "El Gato", seeking revenge for the killing of his father, decades earlier.  

That night, at La Unica bar, three men sat, assumedly drank, for that is what one does in bars, talked business, or pleasure, talked amongst themselves, or with women, for what was the last time. Michael Raciel Almela Martinez, 46, a native of Mexico City, and disguised himself as an engineer, with residences in Mexico City, and a business in San Pedro de Garza, was said to be Damaso Lopez's point man for money laundering logistics since last February.

Jose Herrera Aispuro, former director of faculty at University Autonomous of Sinaloa (UAS), and Carlos Sanchez Pilego Mirer, a lawyer, were also killed.  Three men of some stature, privilege, power, sipped their last drinks together, before walking out into the parking light, for one eventually has to leave the bar, metaphorical or not.  

The gunmen, arrived in three vehicles.  They executed the three as they stood in the parking lot, and left. No one had much to say.  A "hawk" captured days later admitted to authorities he had passed the word to his superiors.  Spotted by a bartender, a woman at the bar, a taxi driver, a street vendor, and given up to the higher powers of San Pedro De Garza.  If anywhere could still be considered a Beltran-Leyva occupied area, it would be San Pedro De Garza.  

Hector Beltran Leyva fights extradition, his brother Carlos Beltran-Leyva has languished in prison since December 2009, detained days after Arturo was killed.  Alfredo contemplates existence, appeals, and his family, as he wakes up on dozens of days into a life sentence, years into a life of incarceration.  Chapo Isidro is said to operate in the state, and hasn't been heard from in years.  Tito Beltran-Leyva was arrested in Jalisco, and has yet to regain his freedom.  El Dos Mil was detained in Hermosillo years ago. 

Their family dynasty, like others, has been left for dead, left in prison, left behind, as the years, the enemies, the authorities take their toll.  Collect their due.  In San Pedro De Garza they remain. There's still enough power to take the lives of Sinaloa affiliates, who sat in a bar, ordered their drinks. Walked into the parking lot, and were left there.  

That night, in the traditional business attire, white shirt, tucked into slacks, business casual, the three men spoke their last words, their last plans, their last wash of money, complaint about business, love of family, there is nothing left.  They paid the bill and walked out.  Everyone usually pays a bill.  In a luxury Mexico City highrise, the cuffs tighten your wrist, but not too tight, and here in San Pedro De Garza, blood, urine, run down the slacks of a businessman, said to launder money for Damaso Lopez. Bills paid.  Bills owed.  

Sources: El Norte, Zeta Tijuana. 


37 comments:

  1. They came to the conclusion that it was BLO because it was in San Pedro,Zeta sure does their due diligence....

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    1. "A "hawk" captured days later admitted to authorities he had passed the word to his superiors."

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    2. They caught an Alcon that tipped the beltranez and told the cops that got him that he was an Alcon for beltranez.

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    3. Consider the source for the Halcon story,and who in mexico believes law enforcement,let alone trusts them?Not saying it wasn't BLO,but alot of people use the BLO/Zeta name for obvious reasons.

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    4. Hawk= Halc贸n

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    5. La pinchi neta, how is a hawk to know who is a launderer.for el Lic or el Mini-lic?
      Maybe only el Lic or El Mini-Lic, and they needed to get 5 heir money back.
      Anyway, no names?

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  2. Back in 1991 A friend of mine in Cabos, whom I used to to spearfish with had a saying;" On the dirty boulevard everybody owes, and everybody pays." Looks like not much has changed.

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  3. I highly doubt it was Beltran I bet it was CDS Mayo

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    1. Mayos to busy snitching, his hits are carried out by the militaty.

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    2. And a halcon knew who this guy was bullshit

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    3. @9:01 am Aaaaand you know he's snitching becauseeeeee....??? Let me guess..you "heard" hes a snitch right? No diga pendejadas vale.!! Usted callese el hocico y no hable mamadas..Borderland..why do u publish such dumb shit???

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  4. Well at least it was quick, imagine landing in el topo, they would have these dudes choking on some meat.

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  5. This article seemed like a beginning to a good book. "Their last this" and their last that" Good article btw

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    1. Agree, mad props to the author. Keep well written stories like these coming.
      Y arriba la sierra.


      El pipiripao

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    2. 11:44 better than a book, even a Bond book, a James Bond book, this report takes like 3 minutes to read, and 2 hours on the comments.

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    3. If I could have one wish it would be to write like J, gifted beyond belief!

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  6. Great read! Well put together

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  7. Bills paid Bills owed, that's how creditors handle things in Mexico.

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    1. Y los centavos del lic?
      Are they going to be gone for good?

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  8. I thought Los damasos where in cahoots with beltrans

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  9. That's what happens when el licenciado tries to rebuild bridges that were burned down for one reason or another. Can't trust someone who's allied with the zetas. Next thing you'll hear is that Carrillo's took out someone closely related to el mini lic.

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  10. Couldn't have asked for a much better outcome for and ending.
    Great reading BB!

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  11. Well written....blood money shows no mercy when it comes time to collect on that interest...

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  12. Get off mayo's train, he's not the only one moving weight

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  13. Los beltranes have been in war with los mini's in bcs. They own part of the northern sinaloa sierra. They have truces with los carrillos and los golfos. Isidro has been in nuevo laredo because he keeps a low profile.. sooner or later. Mayo has to die.. mencho will be killed or caught. Y el isidro en buen position.

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    1. y segun tu donde la hace el isidro en nvo ldo?

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    2. La Pinchi Chila trabaja en Cd Juareeez en La Flor de Nayarit o en la Coahuila en Baja.

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  14. I like that saying, "Here everybody owes, and everybody pays!"
    Nice. Capo

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  15. And they new right away it was lic launder. I doubt that

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  16. They may have had something to do with Damasos capture. Or someone may have thought they did. These guys were not a real threat to BLO. If anything they would have kidnapped them.

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  17. Love the gloomy excitement behind the story! 馃憤

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  18. It looks like Damaso and his CDS faction members days are numbered. You got to hand-it to the Chapitos for maneuvering to eliminate Lic. and securing their survival. I'm assuming Mayo has had enough of Damaso and said its time for you to talk to the PGR and arrange your punishment because I'm sticking to my compadres los chapitos who know how not to ruffle to many
    feathers and stick to business. Their to embedded with their connections in the USA and gobierno federal for everything to take a different course. Los Chapos said go ahead chapo and lose yourself with women. El Jefe said let's get back to business. Alias El Mudo

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  19. I think it was a hired gun. Its not the trigger man that counts but who paid for it. For months everyone has thought BLO vs Chapos cuz . Now BLO vs Damaso sounds good until more is revealed. Go ahead and eat whats being feed to you

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  20. what a nice guy. could be a model. chose a rotten game instead!

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  21. It is San Pedro Garza Garc铆a.

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