Thursday, June 29, 2017

Zeta leader sentenced to 7 life sentences in United States

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

Subject Matter: Marciano Milan Vazquez, El Chano, Orejon
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Mauro de la Fuente
Marciano Milan Vazquez alias El  Chano or Orejon, leader of Los Zetas in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, allegedly responsible for the deaths of 300 persons, was sentenced to seven life sentences.

The ruling was announced Wednesday by the Judge of the West District Court in San Antonio, Xavier Rodriguez. Between 2011 and 2012, the Los Zetas cartel ordered the death of 300 people, including women and children, said a witness identified as J. Rodriguez in the Milan Vazquez trial in June of 2016.

The desertion of one of its leaders identified as Mario Alfonso Poncho Cuellar, said, that and internal struggle was unleashed that ended with the elimination of the allies of the latter in the organization.





Cuellar was a trusted man and compadre of Omar Trevino Morales, alias El Z-42, brother of Miguel Trevino Morales, alias El Z-40, leader of Los Zetas, both arrested in Mexico. His departure from the cartel was due to the theft of 10,000,000 dollars, according to J. Rodriguez testimony before the West District Court in San Antonio.

He detailed that most of the people who were murdered were disintegrated in containers of chemicals such as acids.The orders were to go ahead and kill everyone connected in any way with Poncho Cuellar, he said.

Women, children, adults, some had nothing to do with the cartel or drugs, there were a lot of people, more than 300 people. The kidnappings were carried out in Allende, Morelos, Acuna and Piedras Negras.

"In Piedras Negras they only told me that they 40 people on the knees, and simply, bang, bang bang, they died", he said.

Poncho Cuellar who is incarcerated in Texas, testified at the trial of Jose Trevino Morales, another brother of El Z-40, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for money laundering.


86 comments:

  1. And there folks is why you say no 2 drugs and all the skanks involved in the drug trade. That shit ain't worth it. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Or just don't steal from your employers. The Allende 300 would still be alive otherwise.

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    2. 7:56 or you shred and burn the presidential evidence of your drug trafficking and money laundering,
      I remember oliver north and Dawn Hall testified about their "following orders" from above and that their actions made it easier for a lot of people's "plausible deniability"

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    3. Easier said than done.

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    4. https://www.propublica.org/article/allende-zetas-cartel-massacre-and-the-us-dea

      All theses people that died were willing participants in the drug trade. An American teenager was caught up in this madness by accident. But I don't doubt his parents were somehow involved as well. As far as drugs are concerned we all make the choice 2 consume or not consume. 2 stand against drugs or not. If you are involved in the drug trade walk away while you still can. Don't use the excuse that poverty forced you 2 be involved with drugs. I grew up very poor and have never had 2 resort 2 selling drugs or doing drugs. And I grew up around drug users and pushers. If you need help don't be 2 proud 2 ask 4 help. - Sol Prendido

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    5. 7:56 . You said it . The problem is the kids raised these days are growing up listening to songs that praise all these scum back dealers . And You if your reading this and you are a dealer , YOU ARE A SCUM BAG . Change your ways or you will receive a life of hell tr4ying trying obtain the good life . We get to house this product of shit . Probably take him 20 years to die in isolation . Oh well . He is one of the many poster boys for trumps secure border .

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    6. 4:34 you're a fucking moron, and your comments are written from a position of privilege and ignorance. That pro publica article says the complete opposite of the ridiculous argument you're making. Dozens of innocent people, including children, died in the Allende massacre, for the sole reason that a few rich and paranoid sociopaths decided that they deserved to die. You tell people to walk away from drugs, yet you don't seem to comprehend how all-encompassing the drug trade is in Mexico. In many towns, drugs are the main source of industry. You don't work within the system, you starve, or you die - and so does your family. The worst part of your comments are that you speak about the dead as the "other", as though the lives of people who may have been involved in non-violent drug crime are somehow worth less than the lives of others. Just because you're a farmer who grows marijuana doesn't mean you deserve to be tortured to death and dissolved in acid.

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    7. I completely agree with “4:34 you're a fucking moron, and your comments are written from a position of privilege and ignorance.“

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    8. Lo que empieza mal termina mal. - Sol Prendido

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    9. Oh and give this guy a cheeseburger while your at it.

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    10. 10:24 your last comment digs you in a deeper hole lol.

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  2. Sick bastard burn mf

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    1. That's just another guy that our taxes will maintain till his death

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    2. And the taxes coming out of your pocket is enough to buy you what? A pack of cigarettes or a six pack of beer?
      Just kill them all is probably your opinion.

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    3. 1:34 the ugly.food and housing the prisoners get is almost free to the taxpayers, what makes prisoners expensive is the Corporate Welfare Queens with billion dollar contracts that squeeze their money from the people's government, in a criminal symbiosis that makes both rich while bankrupting the country. Take your fight to Corporate.Corrections.of America.

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    4. at 6:58....spare us your bleeding heart BS. This waste of space that just got 7 life sentences wouldn't think twice about sparing your life. If he or any other cartel member was sentenced to death...would it affect your life in any way?

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  3. Hola Otis. These are very good news. Justice is done.thank you for this article.
    El rana rene

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    1. That ain't justice, ducked is still alive n now will get maintained by our tax dollars

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    2. 8:37 . There is NO JUSTICE . This fucker getting locked up and treated humanely as justice . How many dirty pieces of shit is equal to one innocent child's life ? Justice ?

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    3. And who cares...will make America great again too.

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    4. 9:54 Russia or their russian puppets will never:
      "Make America Greak Again"
      --investigations are going on, let thmm at least come to a conclusion before regurgitating the Octogenarian Orange baby's promising propaganda for angry white men...

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    5. For justice, criminals should be able to take to hell with them as many members of their team as he can name, specially if they are commanders or capos, 7 lifetimes of prison should be worth 70 capos to keep him company and make the WoD worth something, this s3ntence is like giving some dog snack to their victims.

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  4. Remember all the zeta fans that used to say zetas are gonna own Mexico and that "they have the most respect"? I'm not sure whose respect they garnered other than losers and other psychopaths like BLO and Oscar Garcia Montoya. History is perfectly clear in that the only guys to stay in business long term in Mexico are groups that stick to the job of satisfying American demand for the commodities they deliver. No matter how much you pay in bribes, eventually the people and the gob will end those that terrorize the people.
    HANG HIM HIGH!!

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    1. You obviously don't know how things really are. ZETAS right now are "Licenciados". They run the ministeriales and fuerza civil in monterrey and sre not going away. As long as PRI is in the house they will go quiet.

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    2. 9:27 I know the misery zetas brought upon Torreon, Saltillo, and Monterrey and I've experienced it get better since mid-2015. For almost 20 years I spend days in these cities; 10 days per month in Satlillo and Monterrey and in Torreon and Nuevo Laredo again I spend 2- 4 days per month in each city. Nuevo Laredo and Torreon were areas of fear and distrust but even Nuevo Laredo today is more tranquil with good economics, inversion, new big stores and restaurants (including a Starbucks), and young people again enjoying the night. Yes I know too well how bad things were and how much things have improved since zetas have weakened and changed how they operate.

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    3. Pos la Mula Bronca es "independiente", Peeero eso si, EPN nunca se va a jallar otro besaculos como la Mula bronca, y eso que su trabajo numero uno es hacer Feliz el trasero de Carlos Salinas de Gortari su vecino y amigo de Agualeguas NL

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    4. 11:10 AM
      Bronco es "independiente" del PRI pero no de Salinas. Zetas siempre fueron los matones de Gortari y después de Osiel o cualquier otro narco fiel al PRI.
      Que digan que los zetas no se escuchan es por que se volvieron clandestinos como al principio de los 00S y finales de los 90s pero ahí están.

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    5. Starbucks? Bullshit. Even the prostitues advise to keep your ass home after 9pm.In NL. But...if you want take a nice walk after dark. Ne my guest fool. Salvador Sanchez SS

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    6. Al "Compayito", Oscar Oswaldo Garcia Montoya, me lo respetan cabrones ese si era hombre, es, pero su pendejos mo fué pagarle a Alfredo Castillo de cagada esperando que la Barbie o el H le dieran una "promoción".
      Esas se gannan a balazos, pero acá entre nos, ese si se la saca.

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    7. La Mula Bronca es "independiente" to keep up appearances, but the hands of EPN, el PRI and carlos salinas de gortari are way deep up his "independent" puppet's ass.

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    8. 9:44; Dude u don't know what your talkin about. My girls from NL and 10:42 is right. We go out with her family and stay out until midnight and there's a lot of people and families out well after 9. Why you want to talk trash and hurt a city with the BS you don't know nothing about??

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    9. Piedras Negras is the same way...tons of new businesses, bars, and people from Texas crossing for leisure daily like before all this desmadre happened. There is no tension out in the city like before.

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  5. cuellar = rat
    long live zetas!

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    1. They're all Rats..have you seen one video where they dont rat on each other while being interrogated by a rival cartel ..shit they give full names along with nicknames and addresses or places of employment all �� rats..

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    2. Zetas, traitors to their country and their countrimen, to their army branch, to the federal police that employed them and traitors to the CDG that fed them like nobody ever did, then the zetas with the money in their hand betrayed the zetas that were owed for work and for putting their ass o. The line, until el Taliban seceeded with his followers...
      At least the real narcos did not swear loyalty to mexico and its institutions.poppycock and chickenshit.

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    3. Please respect your neighbors, they may be your brothers and sisters, and someday it could be you in the gallows.

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    4. 9:11 is it ratting when your balls are being electrocuted? there are ways of "making" you talk.
      real rats are the ones who trade in their friends to the authorities to escape or minimize. being forced to divulge information under duress is not ratting.

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  6. LOL it's funny how he goes away for 7 life sentences but real capos go away for 7 years.

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    1. That's only Mexico here in the US you have to throw rat to 7 years

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    2. 10:52 don't worry a out it, or for him, later they exchange him for some american imprisoned in mexico and both will be singin' in the rain in no time, but in their own beloved cuntry.

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    3. The ironic thing is the Mexican government stated they believe that only 20-40 people were killed in the massacre. Apparently there was not enough evidence to believe there were 300 people murdered in relation to the Cuellar theft. Deny Deny Deny!!!

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    4. The abandoned and destroyed houses say it all,
      By the way, the house in fresnillo Zacatecas where El Taliban used to live was damaged with a bobcat or sompim, the same way as in Allende after the mass murdering,
      Nice job in unleashing the zetas on the mexican people,
      Dog owners get prosecuted for not keeping their animals chained, what should we do with the mexican and the american owners of los zetas and their partners "las niñas treviñas"?
      By the way, some say israelis and kaibiles participated in training the zetas as fully operating criminals.
      Dissolving 300 to 500 people in acid baths would take a lot of 50 gallon drums, and burning them would take a lot of wood, there must be some big mass grave somewhere, also grinding bodies with asphalt roers does wonders to desiccate carcasses and make them into fuel, get the cattle probe up his ass to make him confess, bet he sings about hundreds more crimes.

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  7. Does anyone know any updates on Z40?

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    1. After he contracted Los Tucanes to serenade La Chapa from outside the Altiplano, no more z40 news, he must be having a looong farewell party before getting sent to the US, if ever, too many texas secrets there. But chainsaws sold good for a while. Some "artists" even made ugly movies about that.

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  8. Isn't TX a death penalty state?

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    1. Mexico has an extradition agreement with USA that no one extradited who is a Mexican citizen will receive the death penalty

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    2. If el Marcial surrendered or was caught on the US the dear penalty becomes him, even if the crimes were not done on the US, all that is needed is a hanging judge to railroad him on his kangroo court and let the appeals proceed, just hang on to your spurious witnesses and the blue dresses.

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  9. His name translates to "alien" lol.

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    1. Alien translates to "estraterreste " I wanna say you're thinking Martian.

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    2. El Marciano means from Mars, but is applied to Ugly people.
      I would not call dd a marciano but it's close.
      In english it just mean rare, from mars, but there is no flavour to calling anybody that name on the US, "my favorite martian" was a favorite american show
      In mexico there is the famous Cha-cha-cha "los Marcianos llegaron ya, y llegaron bailando cha-cha-cha",
      because mexicans are very smart and intelligent.

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  10. Once the demons consume his mind in his cell he will die slowly from paranoia and confusion of reality until one day the devil tricks him into suicide and off he will fall down deep into the eternal hell that awaits him and his soul to be tormented for eternity. If he is too weak to kill himself,one of satans demons in prison will carry out his masters wishes of releasing his energy back to the devil. We all have one chance at physical being in this current reality & test that we call life, some people really fuck it up over things they cant even take with them when they leave...........Life is a manifestation of energy and a seal of who spiritualy you really are or can be in a physical playground. I dont think some people ever have a chance to see the bigger picture before they make the choices they do.

    Deception is the devils favorite play, and he plays everyone very well.


    22-33

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    1. Please let the devil alone, he has enough problemos.
      I assure you this hardened criminal has one hope that if he accepts God in his life and gets Born again he may even get released some day, with good behaviour and shit, moreover that his crimes are mostly in mexico, however I don't really really knows. But please don't get so carried away with religiositry.and the metaphysics of revenge.just send a promise to the prison that you will pay 100 dollars to them as soon As he is dead, no questions asked.

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    2. 1:17 Your mind operates on a basic level.

      22-33

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    3. At 8:53 am my mind does too but knowing what this guy did and been displayed on his own words I would drive a Teletón to gather money to give to any inmate that can carry the task that the law fail to do, been from Allende (me) the fact that this scum is alive and breathing is a slap to my face and many more I don't need any lectures about metaphysics's, alternative quantum physics WE WANT THE SCUM DEAD!!!!!!!!!

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    4. Right on 2:32!

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    5. Ay si, ay si, "se los va a comer el chamuco"
      No sea argüenderas Malditas Cotorras Cacatuas,
      mejor echense otro pericazo y un palomazo con el pusher.
      Pa pagarle.

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  11. Wait, how do you get tried in the US for murders you've commited in MX?

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    1. If you kill an American citizen in another country, USA will still prosecute you for it, in absentia. Regardless of international jurisdictions.

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    2. Who is the American citizen he allegedly killed in Mexico? Another question is could U.S. courts be working on putting fear into American citizens? Either way, this case verdict opens the door for other countries to mistreat American citizens.

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  12. Wasn't Mario Alfonso Poncho Cuellar the guy who gave the phone number of Miguel Trevino Morales, alias El Z-40 to the DEA who in turn gave it to Mexican intelligence? Which in turn notified Z-40 that he was compromised. Thus perpetuating the violence upon the innocent people of Coahuila. I wonder if the DEA feels any responsibility for the death those 300. I wonder if the ghosts of the 300 visit the dreams of the agent who leaked the information.
    Marciano Milan Vazquez was wrong for his actions and will pay for eternity, yet the instigators, the perpetuators, will walk free.

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    1. "the DEA who in turn gave it to Mexican intelligence?
      I wonder if the DEA feels any responsibility for the death those 300"
      Huh,what?This is the kind of intellect you deal with?

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    2. Blame Cuellar for being a thief. His actions of fleeing with money which didn't belong to him and then turn informant caused the reaction of the Zetas. It's so much easier to blame the DEA and not the Mexican agents. It's always safer to blame the outsiders and not your Sangré. If I lived the life of Z40 and Z42 I would have reacted in a similar way. The Zetas warned him and he was asked to return the money or people he knew would die. He in turn chose to run to the US Feds. The violence was solely perpetrated by one person and it wasn't a US citizen.

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    3. The DEA KNEW los zetas were connected to the mexican intelligence services, but still shared intelligence "to keep up appearances".
      It is a phenomena still practiced by the US government, we were told next day and for the next 6 months "but the russians' meddling on our 'all american exceptional election', did not have any effect on the outcome..."
      But when asked by senators and congressmen and reporters "then how come they won?" It is all, "mmmhm, wuuh, aaah, no remember, or I can't talk about that on open session, mmmh".
      Maaan, Omerta is well and alive, how do you say it in russian, "pledge Loyalty to me"? Coward, showboat, traitor, leaker...

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  13. This monster dismembered a 6 year old girl while alive in front of her parents. It is the worst story I ever heard out of Mexico.

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    1. 3:40 we have been assured of the crimes of political opponents and gone to war over the uncorroborated lies before.
      Please confirm your story and report back names and dates when that shit happened or if it is just hearsay, just say so.

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    2. 3:09 it was testified under oath.

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  14. Snitches only do 7 years like javier torres ondeado's brother

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    1. JT didnt snitch, he was never in witness protection.. mayo's kids on the otherhand are all in witness protection along with chino goldbond.. err anthrax

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    2. Sometimes in prison you end up with very good lawyers that know how the lizzards chew ("como masca la iguana") do a little time and end up working for some REAL RED MAFIYA that values your courage and cuntributions to world crime, gives you a short sentence and a new good job when you get free.
      Some former mexican presidents and american judges are pushing medicinal mariguana" these days to use their retirements and pensions wiserly, AND they can buy the very expensive licenses because they head very powerful cartels.

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  15. Gracias juez por mandar a otro mugroso a levantarles el jabon a los mayates por el resto de su vida..Job well done US judicial system..

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    1. Ya ni jabon, man, ya nomás nos agarran contra la pared,
      por eso los odio.
      -The Real Sol Prendido.

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  16. The kind of life and things done by these madmen shows how DESPARATE they are. They surely weren't born that way but somehow they became dangerous rabid RATS from hell itself

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    1. 7:02 no mi Chula preciosa, linda, hermksa...
      Los zetas just show what they learned as disciples of the guatemalan Kaibiles, they also helped train the battallion Atlacatl in mass murdering as a tool of counter-insurgency the french School taught the american School of the Americas, according to "School of the Americas' Watch".
      Some select zetas were made policia federal to steal the gulf cartel turf and replace them ASAP. but it did not work too good, because los zetas went on to do business on their own by themselves, and for themselves.

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  17. Z40 was transferred to Ciudad Juarez

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    1. 7:45 oh, no! He wasn't ready!
      On the plus side he can say now "Arriba Juaaaaareeezzz!" like a native...Noa, Noa...Noa, Noa...

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  18. I lost people to the Z some died by them others for them..but only thing i can say is every narco/cartel is the same they all take innocent lives .now before everyone gets all crazy on me its true every last one is the same ...i dont like or agree with Z but here in the north they run everything from the presidencias to your local carwash..they have a take in everything is that power fear or both but its the truth.. For me an mine only God..but for the norte aqui en Coahuila puro last letter is all you hear everyone has someone with the Z even if its just to halconear everyone works with Z its life here for us we dont have a choice well you do death to you or someone you love you can run but can you really take everyone you care about with you...

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    1. The Z are everywhere. This guy cant be the only Z in San Antonio.

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    2. I hear you, amigo. You described your situation well and left me wanting to know more of how things are in your area.

      Please post more on how you and your familia manage to cope living in Coahuila where "everything" is Z.

      I assure you that many people will read what you have to say. Que Dios te Bendiga.

      Mexico-Watcher

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  19. Unfortunately the drug trade affects us all. The demand world wide and the money it generates where drugs are manufactured. Poor underdeveloped and lack of employment countries.
    If the demand for such was non- existing then such activities would not exist.
    The problems facing both Mexico and US is the lack of opportunities. Mexico the lack of employment and wages .In The US the discrimination practices towards those with a record. A small percentage of those with a criminal background become successful in life . While the majority are stuck in limbo trying to put food on table. Let's be realistic here minimum wages don't go far.
    So the choice is almost guaranteed that family comes first. And how you go about paying bills and putting food and roof on ones head may not be right.
    But until society can change its mentality and stop oppression maybe good change can arise.

    E42

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    1. Yeah ...... you only get one chance in life. If thats the only opportunity you get well I can understand why people do it , however there should be other avenues to take that can provide a decent living - invest in education and reap the rewards. when i say invest i mean invest your time and brain power - it a harder and more time consuming route. Narco activity is instant but short term way of making a living and you put your family at risk by the sounds of it

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    2. I truly agree with such conception.
      However from what I witness patience and logic is not a virtue.

      E42

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  20. Amazing that justice was serve so quickly, in the U.S. compared to mexico that wait for years until the evidence goes missing then release the prisoner, do to lack of evidence.

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  21. I am pleased with the verdict handed down. Such atrocities cannot go unpunished. Moreover hopefully a lesson can arise to those seeking a path of destruction.

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  22. My grandmother always use to say the "government" would not help its own people because there was no money in it. This is true when it comes to the majority of countries in the world. While us commenters are going back and forth about who is to blame the government is making decisions to screw you to the fullest.

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  23. Not a nice guy. Hard to believe this happen to these family

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