Tuesday, June 6, 2017

La Potra from the Sinaloa Cartel detained

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Milenio article

Subject Matter: Cynthia Guadalupe Alvarado Campa
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

Cynthia Guadalupe Alvarado Campa, identified as a cell leader for the Sinaloa cartel in Coahuila and Durango, was captured in Matamoros, she had an arrest warrant for aggravated kidnapping


Reporter: Ruben Mosso
La Potra, identified as second in command of the Sinaloa cartel in the States of Coahuila and Durango, was detained by elements of the Federal Police and State Authorities.

La Potra, was a member of GATE of the PGR of Coahuila, is in command of cells of the Sinaloa C cartel that allegedly has presence in Gomez Palacio and Lerdo, Durango, as well as Matamoros and San Pedro, Coahuila.

There exists an arrest warrant against Alvarado Campa for the crime of aggravated kidnapping committed against a group of two or more persons with violent acts, as in second in command of the criminal groups in the region.



Her detention, was achieved without a shot being fired, was carried out after technical analysis of information with which her location data was obtained.

She was then taken to the Torreon prison in Coahuila.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

58 comments:

  1. CDS doesnt kidnap people, they said. If this is who they choose as a leader its no wonder Menxhos taking over.

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    1. Mencho is ambitious, cunning and power hungry like 40 was in his heyday. Unless he plays nice with the gov sinaloa boys he wont last. He backstabbed his friend who co created cjng erick valencia el 80 as he knew his cartel was ascending with its onslaught against templarios and z's

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    2. When el 80 went down it caused chaos in cities with burning buses and roadblocks,who knows if mencho gave his location up?CJNG dont seem to be makin as much noise lately,is that cause they have their shit sewn up?

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    3. El 85 I believe, not 80

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    4. Aggravated kidnapping means "levantar" does not exactly mean for ransom. Could be, Yes there are a few people that may kidnap, like the carrillos nephew, but it is really frowned upon in sinaloa, just like car thieves, they are found tied up. Bullet in the head, with a toy car in there mouth. They rely on drugs, and dont want to heat up the plaza, mexicali, san luis have always been cds, when do you really hear anything going on out there, hardly ever.

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    5. Cjng remains a powerhouse, if Mencho really wanted erick valencia (el 85 not 80 my bad) otoniel mendoza el tony montana and martin arzola el 53 out of prison like mayo did his ppl in culiacan he wouldve done it. Mencho is smart but on a power trip, he clicked with damaso but seen the shit coming from afar and jumped ship, he originally was killing zetas for cds but decided to keep the territory gained instead and went rogue. Now the rumblings are that hes funding and supporting ncdj now which sets up a direct conflict with the gov favorite narcos, the sinaloas

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    6. It means they are busy making money

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    7. 8:12 they all backstab, its a dirty game. Only the grimiest of the bunch last long until..

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    8. 12:13 El Fantasy, things dont come easy when you play by the rules, no snitching.

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    9. Dios mio, por un moment pensé que se habian llevan a mi Alejandro, ese el que era "el potrillo",me dejaron pren-di-do.

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  2. I wish Mexico would stop being so violent and crime ridden and go back to its science and technology ways that made it great!
    Stay out of Mexico.

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    1. Make Mexico Great

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    2. Unfortunately times have changed. Such a Mexico does not exist. Where everyone is vigilant from criminals and being killed.

      E42

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    3. Mexico is a failed criminal state. The government and the people led it down that road . Cultivation of opium and cannabis , although illegal , was pretty much accepted and over looked. It was easy money with little or no risk . I know a lot of people from mexico and many of them used to grow it years ago . They told me nobody cred back then. When its common place to ignore the law , it creates a culture and that culture evolves and there you have Mexico

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    4. Excellent summary!

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    5. 8:20 well, you have in your high quality spheres some hearings and investigations going on and on and on about the shenanigans of the finest of the finest of the american people, including spying, cover-ups, intrigues, teets, etc no novelist could make up...
      --You are so lucky to be so beyond "mexicanism"...
      probably, your taco truck, is all paid for?

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    6. @8:20pm You are quite wrong in that assumption, nobody apart from the chinese grew opium or marijuana in Sinaloa before world war 2, the United States Government sent people to Sinaloa to teach people how to grow those two drugs because they needed morphine for troops fighting in ww2 and hemp for rope for the navy.

      I wrote an article about this

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2015/07/sinaloa-cartel-corners-usa-heroin.html

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    7. Heroin was a great money maker for Lucky Luciano, even the Man With the Golden Arm used to be a fan, with Mr Boojangles for a contact with the Brodas, before there was Ricky Ross.
      Hey, Hollywood and Vegas were not suppossed to live off milking just the Teamsters.
      But in more recent times, communist plotters like the United Nations and MANY american conspirers, witnesses and conspiracy theorists say afghanistan is the producer of about 90% of the world's opiates, and that the british, HSBC bank, and "integency operatives" own most of it, I guess somebody has some facts wrong somewhere, (add american pharma OXIES, bath salts of ever changing formulations and krokodil)

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    8. Yes the same thing happened in the us, my grandpa grew hemp for the navy ropes in indiana, but when it became illegal he stopped.............

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    9. 11:17 . I think the remnants of that hemp cultivated for rope still grows in the ditches of the road up there. Has virtually no THC . Originally it was bred and grown and geared for high fiber quality . The shit that's been grown for its drug properties has been bred to have high drug quantity . A completely different thing . Although they are the same genus they aren't of the same values .

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  3. How was she able to survive in CDG ”nest” plaza if she was from CDS? Because of an alliance or what?

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    1. There's a city called Matamoros in Coahuila. Next to torreón

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    2. There are elements of every cartel in their enemies territory. They may not move freely because of the threat of being attacked but they are still there. Since Matamoras, Coahuila is near the Durango border it is understandable CDS cells would be stationed in the area to protect their interests.

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  4. Who's next to be busted El Cagon or El Chorreado or El Cara De chile

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    1. 4:29 your other 7 fathers.
      If you pay attention, she was GATES, of the Coahuila state PGJ, doing crimes in durango and coahuila, you can throw in that she was CDS too, after all el pelon moreira would not want to be named as her boss, and he would not have zetas doing his dirty deeds. Remember La Comandanta Lorena kidnapper and murderer of Niño Fernando Marti? Her boss genarco garcia luna and her other bosses and partners got her free a while ago, these women have bosses high up in the "mandos" levels, these "arrests" are just like rites of passage.

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  5. I find it hilarious that she is still holding her cell phone while she is in handcuffs and then is transferred to a prison in her own Plaza. The whole thing looks like it was planned for the press.

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    1. Maybe she was putting her number into the arresting officers phone? Find it hilarious how they block out the faces of criminals. If I lived around this chick I would wanna know her face. So the day she came for me I'd kidnap her first.

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    2. I know right, like when chapo was in the back of that car not cuffed with his hand on his chin. Or when that puta 40 was walking with his arms swinging away in the police station. What do the cops in Mexico actually learn in the police academy .

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    3. Just a show

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    4. the cops learn extortion from their superiors and to take money from whoever pays the most then, get shot

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  6. Mexico should start like the Philippines death squads to anyone doing drugs. They are killing innocent people anyways.Take the money from narco related families.

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    1. You would have to take the money from elite government officials. And that my friend is not going to happen. Mexicos high and mighty powerful elite would die fighting than die making it right.
      E42

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    2. "kill anyone doing drugs"
      Fuckin sheep i swear,does that include drugs that governments tell you are good?
      I bet you buy bottled water,put fuckin money on it

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    3. 7:54 don't mess with us the local BB mariguanos, you won't see the end of it, entiendes?

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    4. Lol, all talk, i feel like im in mexico... lol everyone thinks they are a king or grand warrior when mostly they are corrupt impovrished fools looking to steal a quick 20 pesos.

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    5. 11:20 vente pesos es casi un Dolar güey!
      pero en la tienda es menos de Medio dolar, after el IVA, taxes fees and the kickbacks,

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  7. Con esas caderas casi casi parece pistolera. A ver si no le va como al Muletas. - Sol Prendido

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  8. Another nobody from CDS captured while Chapos kids and Mayo Zambada live happily ever after.

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    1. What needs to get done is a borderwall around sinaloa maybe that will keep those wretched from ruining more states like they have Baja and Baja sur Cachanillas y los De la sue unanse y terminal con estas lacras

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  9. Dont count on chapos kids being around for to much longer. They are world famous and they have weeknesses that all young men do. Simple fact Chapo put in serious work and came from nothing. His kids never had to fight to eat. These kids getting smoked soon and then a new Chapo will rise.

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    1. Chapo's kids are known as cows for the corrupt government to milk them whenever the officials require. Chapo is a bull but sadly not even one bull is born in his family. Once these Chapito cows cannot produce milk then they will be converted to beef by the government or maybe some big bull from another cartel will rape them.

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    2. " Simple fact Chapo put in serious work "
      Exactly man,runnin round all over gettin to know people,gettin gear,maybe killin people,settin up shipments,surviving hits,all kinds of shit.
      You dont get to where Chapo got sittin on your arse,dude is clever and a survivor,many feel he doesn't deserve respect,you get to where he got in the Mexican drug game and you got to give him some

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  10. Hey Otis, y havent u guys posted the new pics of mini lic?

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  11. As if more proof was needed that los GATEs are nothing more than a cartel enforcement wing. Was she a current or former GATE officer?

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    1. Says quite clearly "was a member of GATE", was is past tense.

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    2. She was married or dating a military guy,a Sargent! She was trained in an elite group in coahuila

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  12. Send her ass to the usa . We will send her back a lot older and with a fucked up mind from years of isolation . Old Chapo will let his fretful mind kill his little weak ass in a couple years .

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    1. JUAN GARCIA ABREGO and El GÜERO PALMAS, EL BENJAS, seem to have done just fine, their captors and oppressors still are mad looking for more reasons or excuses to keep them safely locked up, on the US...where they can't talk...

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  13. What's the scenerio with the covered eyes, same thing was done with Damaso. Why was it not done with the rest. Almost like the NO handcuffs.

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    1. Ok here it is 10:54,before pena nieto they use to catch drug dealers and parade them in front of the media,now with pena nieto they still do it but cover their eyes or blur them out, supposedly cause of human rights

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    2. Too bad regular Mexican citizens have little to none human rights. These pieces of excrement deserve zero rights.

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    3. Really?? 8:42pm...hahaha they forgot to cover Chapos, Treviños, Carrillos, and a bunch more before them..but F@#% it..

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  14. Matamoros tamaulipas?

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    1. Matamoros, Coahuila, cercas de Torrión de los Semillones

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  15. El potro de sinaloa is next

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    1. 6:44 ay no, por favor, ese era mi turnooo!
      Bueno luego me lo pasan
      -El Sol Prendido

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  16. It's funny. Just earlier I was reminiscing about my time in Torreon and Matamoros last year. For about 4 months I spent time in around both cities with family and friends I made over there. While there were plenty of stories about the territories history wth cartel and police violence, I didn't once sense any danger while walking around or riding around in the buses. I even met former cartel members who found a way out of the life which I never even thought was possible. Ofcourse you had isolated incidents in the ranchos around the cities but nothing like in other major places in Mexico. By all accounts, life in Toreon had become peaceful in the grand scheme of things. I even contacted someone here to write about my experience there but unfortunately my procrastination got in the way as usual. While everything seemed calm, you got a sense of conflict bubbling under the surface with each passing month of my stay. Just goes to show that moves are always being made under the publics nose but even that's a step up for the average citizens who were use to very public displays of cartel Violence. But Regardless, Torreon is still an amazing place and I can't wait to go back.

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    1. @11:24. U better get a vest.

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