Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Federal Police officer who captured El Chapo moved to embassy in D.C. for safety

posted by Yaqui for BB republished from Reuters photo from Alternativo Noticias

A Mexican federal police officer who captured drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in northwest Mexico last year was moved for his own safety to a posting at the Mexican embassy in Washington, DC, according to two Mexican law enforcement sources.

Nicolas Gonzalez was a senior federal police officer in the northwestern state of Sinaloa during the January 2016 capture of Guzman, the sources said. Gonzalez is now Mexico's law enforcement emissary in Washington, according to the sources and the Mexican foreign ministry website.

Currently awaiting trial in New York after being deported to the United States, Guzman was re-captured in the Sinaloa town of Los Mochis. The kingpin, who ran the feared Sinaloa drug cartel, had been on the run after infamously escaping through a tunnel from his high-security jail in 2015.

During the navy-led operation to detain Guzman, the drug lord and his henchman evaded the marines by escaping via the sewer. However, after stealing a car, they were stopped by federal police who had been tasked with blocking roads out of Los Mochis and were unaware of the navy's hunt, the sources said.

The police officers who inadvertently stopped Guzman, for speeding and driving in a stolen car, phoned Gonzalez, who took over custody of Guzman at the motel where he was being held.

Gonzalez was unwilling to hand his prized charge to the navy, the sources said.

As such, the capture of Guzman after escaping the navy was a big victory for the federal police and brought Gonzalez into the spotlight.

Gonzalez's quiet transfer to Washington last year was portrayed as a promotion, but was mainly due to fears for the safety of him and his family, the two sources said.

Violence in Sinaloa has jumped since Guzman's detention, as tensions within the cartel and incursions from other criminal gangs have sparked a sharp rise in killings.

Gonzalez could not immediately be reached for comment, and the foreign ministry referred questions to the National Security Commission, which did not immediately reply to requests for comment.

Guzman was transferred under heavy guard from his cell to a court in Brooklyn, New York, on Monday.


(Editing by Marcy Nicholson)

67 comments:

  1. I guess he didn't take the plata! He wanted his visa card.

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    1. Polesias federales with orders do not take money,
      they took their orders, how long was gonzalez working with sinaloa police that arrested La Chapa?
      --And who is protecting the officers who stopped la chapa's last ride? I guess municipal police officers do not matter one bit.

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    2. Now that you bring it up the plata,I wonder of he thought he would collect the bounty on Chapo's head?Who did?I'm sure they keep those things quiet lest someone gets extorted but I will bet it was definitely more than 1 person that collected or maybe it was all upstairs at the highest levels among a select few that that subject is never brought up.

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    3. with all due respect think about what you just asked. or in Canada does law enforcement, collect bounties for doing their jobs? think about your comments, it isn't important to comment all the time on place of commenting with structure and common sense.

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    4. 6:18 hey dipshit show some respect 4 the ladies. She asked a simple question. If you can't answer properly then keep yo mouth shut. And she doesn't comment all the time either. Leave your failed marriage problems out of here. - Sol Prendido

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    5. How about a little respect and honor for a man who was no doubt offered more money than anyone in this post will ever dream of, and he did it for love of country and duty knowing his treasured family will have to give up the life, relationships, and freedom of movement they had known.
      Thank you Senor Nicolas Gonzalez! You have served your country valiantly, unselfishly, and at great sacrifice. We are indebted to your service Senor!

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    6. Nice perspective. Well said, mi amigo. Godspeed, Señor Gonzalez, a true patriot.

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    7. Gracias Señor González! You are a treasure to our country and a true hero!

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    8. Viva El Chapo ! Hope he lives another 25 years in confinement . He wont though . He and his rabbit heart will play out . I give him 15 years before he dies in US Custody . He is obviously letting the money slowly trickle to Emma because she is still tagging along . If she had enough cash , she would be gone .

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  2. So they are telling the world where he is going to be? Isn't that a security risk? Again I call bulshit, is chapo was really caught they wouldn't say shit like this.. chapo is either dead or free.. I hate how they think they can control us and what we think through the media..

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    1. Chapo was caught and is in custody, genius.

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    2. How dumb are you?

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    3. Your tinfoil hat is too tight, i think its cutting off circulation to your brain

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    4. 2:10 some tin foil cap associates put all of us to shame,
      but this time you really stepped on it.

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    5. @804: HA HA nice wording :-)

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    6. 2:10 Yeah you Chapo ass kisser. Chapo is free and busy building roads, bridges, hospitals, schools, home, etc for the poor and the Chapitos are busy writing letters to the Mexican army and government, telling them how they are helping their scumbag midget father. Jajajajaja

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    7. Believe it or not during Chapo's reign he accomplished more benevolent tasks for the ppl of Urique Chihuahua (the town where I'm from) then anyone else in HISTORY...call me a chapo fan all you want truth is most of the chapo's haters out there are ppl that don't even step foot in Mexico or are from a part of Mexico that is too distant from the sierra Madre to even be commenting on this site .. so if you ask me Señor Nicolas Gonzalez can suck a fat one in hell!

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  3. Great now they can go after his parents, siblings,and assets.

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    1. 2:35 no, no, no, no, tampoco cabrón
      no te me salgas del guacal.

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  4. Chapo and Cholo had pistols, they should of shot it out. Beats life in the Supermax, trying to tunnel out through cement and granite.

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    1. These are cartelembers with education, theynever take arms against the government forces, be it police or military.

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    2. I dont disagree with you but if you have 2 guns and a little chance of getting away you better run! From the chapo series chapo has escaped with slimmer chances than the two times he was captured. It was just another incident only this time his luck ran out.

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    3. 8:08 Chapo is an educated cartel member ? Biggest joke. Jajajajaja

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    4. No cop in the entire state of Sinaloa has the balls to stop el chapo and el cholo in the middle of the steeet. Besides not having the balls, they are all crooked as a mofo and would have given those two a ride to their next hideout. Its all bullshit that they escaped through the sewer system and stole a car and all that nonsense.

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  5. Damn yall just burned out Gonzales... So much for being under the radar

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    1. Hes living in the U.S. now, no pasa nada.

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    2. 4:46 dile a calderoni y a el licenciado del golfo eso....opino que muy mal en dar su ubicacion.

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  6. There's a picture of this guy an chapo with his head down behind a patrol car....

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  7. Who gives a fk...free el vago y el mochomo!!

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  8. Chapo had his arrest comming to him and now this guy doing his job has to live in fear for himself and his family all because of it. This goes to show two things; First of all that CDS does kill innocent people for doing what is right unless it does not interfere with their fuckin work and second Mexican people need to idolize people other than fucking scumbags like Chapo for this same reason. Yeah this guy being head of the Federales is no angel himself but he had the BALLS to do what is right regardless of what Chapos nuthuggers say about their idol and now he has to live away from home because of it. It takes many people like him to fix Mexico like it or not but it also takes the same people that need protecting to come out with ideas such as this movement of this federal for their safety when they do good and need protection. Awesome job Mexico. Try and keep this up if you ever really do want to live in peace in your country!!!

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    1. 3:33 all the federales "do their job" if the money is rulight, except when it comes to protecting the mexican people from their corrupt gorilla protected narco-government that murders people, journalists and opponents with reckless abandon and all the impunity in the world...
      No sinaloa is aessential of murder and mayem in spite of being flooded with "so called" polesias federales, estatales,.municipales, ministeriales, parking lot attendants, marinas, soldiers and viene vienes...
      La Chapa Guzman had more order and peace and less murdering without robbing the state coffers or budget to spend, o ly a bunch of pendejos would measure themselves against a record like that, specially after they keep failing to win their "war on drugs" because the money they make off drug trafficking is much better than "wining" no WoD anywhere in the world.

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    2. CDS has always killed innocent people they even rape the wives of those they kill only they don't publish shit about CDS doing all that just CT, Familia Michoacana, Golfos and Z... they always try to make CDS look good only cause they have the GOVT in their pockets.

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    3. Sinaloa might have been calmer under Chapo but the rest of the country outside the state Chapos leave a shithole!

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    4. @6:39 you my friend are an idiot..

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  9. Guess he escaped the pavement blanket treatment

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  10. The man that crushed cds by catching one man.. Now cds doesn't know how to act.. Good job sir!

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    1. Giniral of the Kaibiles Otto Perez Molina who once caught El Chapo Guzman in Guatermala is in prison himself these days, for corruption, never for drug trafficking mass murder or genocide against the unarmed defenseless guatemalan indians he and his brigades "relocated" to the other world...
      This mexican policia federal may have his hands dirty but he better watch his every step, other mexican luminaries didn't like mario acosta chaparro, el negro durazo (a 4 star "general del ejercito mexicano") and giniral Putierrez Rebollo or School of the Americas graduates mario Ballesters prieto helper of Pinochet and salvador cienpedos who commanded the disappearance of the 43 students from Ayotzinapa and has presided over the murdering under EPN and MURDERING "NO STARS GENERAL" MAO osorio Chón

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  11. Looks like an honest guy if looks carry any weight. Maybe he can become a US police officer.

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    1. 6:46 yeah, like the US does not have enough police officers.
      He will be more likely training to be a murdering mastiff owned by the US as need deems fit.

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  12. Playboys got that lazy eye. You just know he's seen some shit throughout his lifetime. - Sol Prendido

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  13. pinche culon de policia como todos son bravos en montones

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  14. I have been thinking was it cause he was a good cop or was it cause he was working with chapos enemys the beltran leyva they where on the north side of sinaloa alot of beltranes

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  15. he was doing his job and sinaloa respects that if the wanted it they will had wipe out his whole family long time ago but cds has huge respect for police and military because most of thier gunman are ex police and military he got a promotion nothing else also my respect to this sinaloa man a lot of balls to catch another gallo jugado
    saludos from califas homies puro west side

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    1. Yeah the cartel will spare his life

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  16. dam take huge balls to do the right thing props to the sinaloa man brave guy

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  17. Hopefully they give this by an amazing leadership job that can inspire other/future Mexican federal police officers. Great work sir

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    1. Polesias Federales are nothing but corrupt, FACT!
      WE don't know if this gonzalez cuico lives in Sinaloa with family and shit, because they get rotated all over the country.

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  18. CDS don’t do shit,, if it was Z40 this guy would be in a ditch.

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    1. Bullsh#t...z40 was caught no shots fired and is rumored to have been an dea informant

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    2. 40 was real badass. Takes balls to torture and kill people hog tied to a pole and delivered right to you.. or intimidating American teens into being Sicarios like, Rosalio Reta, and Gabriel Cardona..real badasses..did you see his fat pig brother crying like a bitch??? 40 wasn't even a "real " Zeta...he came in later...at least Chapo put up a fight..tried to bail..musta been funny watching Chapo and fellow fatty Cholo Ivan running through my he streets...lmao..40 was a pussy..

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  19. Chapo couldnt buy the federal even in los mochis??? I think the Beltranes still control it then.

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    1. No Chapo couldn't buy CIA, FBI, DEA....US caught Chapo..found him and sent the Federales to get him..and they almost missed again..Chapo was Obama's gift to EPN..Mexico has never caught Chapo..US hand delivered him. ...all 3 times...he never would have been caught by Mexicans...they couldn't see him, even when he was right next to them...his $$$$$ blinded them...

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  20. Solamente el sabe el por que tal vez sea honesto ppr que si hay pero todos los demas dehonestos javen ver mal alps honestos. El chapo no peleo por una simple razon. Y se arriezgo a llegar a un acuerdo. Pkr eso no peleo muchas de sus hazanas son pkr que tiene acuerdos perp esa vez fallp se la jugo en acuerdo y no se pacto. Uds creen que es la locacion exacta jaja no lo es nl creo que el nombre pero si es la foto con eso basta.

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  21. ... Lived In D.C 14th & Girard For Years By Embassy Row And Let Me Tell You, There Is A Lot Of MS13 There ... Some Of Them Put In Work For CDS ... There Is A Bridge To VA Or Via Another Bridge To Go Into Maryland So I Bet It Would Not Be Hard To Locate Him , Now That The Mexican Government " Told " Everyone Of His Whereabouts ...

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    1. This is exactly what uno was Thu king
      MS will kill him for a rock. DC is salvatrucha stronghold

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  22. An honorable choice regardless of the backlash.
    Unfortunately, many more like him are needed in Mexico for the war on drugs.

    E42

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  23. Question for BB staff. Why show is face but when a narco is caught some of the pics have a black line through it so we don't see the entire face.
    Just a question

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    1. We do not add the black out, which I don't get why Mexico does that. as for the officer, there are hundreds of fotos of him out there. google his name...

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  24. way is the goverment revealed this officer identity it looks like death trap the cartels will find him.

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    1. To confuse them because the story of him being in a diplomatic position could be fake.

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  25. Well now that they know where he is, I'm sure he's a dead man.

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    1. @9:39 If he does, you can thank Yaqi, Chivis, and BB for assisting in that. This article shouldn't even be posted.

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    2. could you be any more stupid? try google I did. this guy is no hero. fp are on the payroll. he wanted a free pass to the united states of America. he will never be killed.

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  26. Federales used to work for zetas, i wonder if they still do?.. Most likely blo/zeta and was doing his job on taking cds out. Wasn't chapo caught in a Beltran control area? Yup..

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  27. @11:22 am
    FYI: the News Source is Reuters, an international news source w bureaus all over the world. Their Latin American Bureau is in Mexico City.
    I would not want to be a contributing factor in any persons mishaps or death but his photos are all over if know how to use Google as Chivis stated.

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  28. Mr. Gonzo wanted the Reward $ for chapo, the reason he didnt wanna just hand him over to the navy. he wanted to "secure the bag" as they say.

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