Friday, August 11, 2017

'Los Ántrax' creator : "El 20" arrested, sentenced, escaped, captured, then....set free

Siskiyou_kid for Borderland Beat translated and republished from Rio Doce
Claims of torture by arresting agents set him free and a bag of money sent to the judge

Note: In Mexico there is no punishment for escape or attempted escape.  The caveat; there were no crimes committed while the escapee is free.

Jesús Peña González, 'El 20', was captured and sentenced, then he escaped and then is granted his freedom

Even though the Attorney General considers Jesús Peña González a high-ranking narcotrafficker in the Sinaloa Cartel, the criminal proceedings against him are a series of screw ups.

Documents from the District Court and the Collegiate Court show evidence of illegal actions by the Secretary of the Navy and the PGR, favoring the case of  'el 20', alleged chief of security for Ismael 'el Mayo' Zambada, and creator of 'Los Ántrax' along with José Rodrigo Aréchiga Gamboa, 'el Chino Ántrax'.
The arrest, Peña González home is the the brown and white structure No.. 642
Peña González escaped from the Culiacán penitentiary last March and Peña defeated the PGR in the Supreme Court of Justice with the ratification of an amparo that annuls the conviction and sentence.
Last February, the judge declared his automatic release of three felonies, but he remained in prison because he faced another criminal offense against health, until he escaped from prison in March.

In April 2016, the judge had already acquitted him of the crimes the PGR accused him of, but the prosecution appealed and managed to have a unitary court revoke the decision and issue a conviction; Then 'El 20' challenged and a collegiate court annulled the sentence, which last month the court ratified.

The judges ruled that in this case there was a corruption in the criminal process, because there were constitutional violations.

According to the amparo, he was detained without an order of apprehension, and detained within a domicile to which they entered without a warrant, and he was unjustly held for nearly 24 hours and was tortured.

The failures of the PGR in court started in the beginning in 2014 because when the presiding judge ordered his release for the organized crime charges because there was insufficient evidence.

The third district judge subjected him to criminal prosecution for health offenses, use of exclusive firearms [exclusive to the military] and possession of gun magazines.  

Peña González was captured on 20 February 2014 by elements of the Secretary of the Navy in a house located in Colonia Villa del Real, in Culiacán.

A day later he was made available to the Attorney General specializing in organized crime investigations in Mexico City.

On April 7th, 2016, the judge issued an acquittal because criminal responsibility was not proven, along with the violation of his human rights, illegally obtained evidence, absence of flagrant [acts] in his capture, and prolonged and unjustified detention as well as torture.

The PGR challenged the resolution and the third unitary Tribunal returned an order for re-apprehension.

On July 29, 2016, the Tribunal quashed the acquittal and declared him criminally responsible for the offenses against the health in the form of possession of narcotics called cocaine and marijuana for purposes of trade, carrying of a firearm for exclusive use of the army and possession of magazines for exclusive use [of the army].

The sentence was 13 years eight months in prison and a fine of 14,348 pesos.

'El 20's' defense appealed the sentence in the collegiate court and managed to have the sentence overturned.

The Supreme Court ratified the annulment of the sentence, after 'El 20' had already escaped.

According to the amparo that was issued, among the irregularities is that he was arrested in the early morning of February 20, 2014 and made available to agents of the Public Ministry of the Federation 24 hours later.

The PGR justified the delay because of the transfer that had to be made to Mexico City by orders from higher up, But the judge noted that in Culiacán there were competent authorities to consign it.

The prosecutor of the nation, seated in front of the judge, also did not explain who and why had ordered the transfer and how a higher order is above constitutional human rights that is paramount.

The official version indicates that elements of the navy patrolled and saw that an individual with a firearm tucked in his waistband exiting from a Jeep Rubicon and reached for the weapon.

When they searched him they found the 9mm pistol and in the vehicle they found three two-way radios, three cell phones, a .380 pistol, ten useful cartridges and a magazine with 34 .380 rounds, a 9mm pistol, a grenade launcher tube, a fragmentation grenade, and a 40mm grenade.

They also spotted three cucumbers and three plastic bananas filled with cocaine.

The judge stated that the official version did not hold up, and corroborated the version of 'El 20', backed by witnesses and evidence.

Peña González narrated that he was in his sister's house when the Marines arrived and knocked on the door, so his nephew opened it and they went to the room where he was and after surrendering they began to beat  him.

The marines told him that he had a warrant of apprehension and when he asked what it was for, they responded that it was because of a corrido.

His nephew was also tied up and beaten in the house while they were required him to say where the safe houses were and where they hid weapons and drugs.

After about an hour they took them out and drove them to another house where they were tortured and from there they took 'el 20' to the airport to take him to Mexico City.

The Marines said that when they transported him in the patrol he had thrown himself around and had suffered blows, but the experts determined that he presented traumatic injuries related to acts of torture.

"The foregoing makes it possible to assert that wrongfulness in detention was consummated from the moment the defendant was arbitrarily detained," "because the actions of the apprehension agents, and recognizing respect for fundamental rights, because of this, all the evidence obtained from that moment is null," said the judge.

"The seized items, which as are firearms, magazines, cartridges and grenades which the defendant supposedly carried," even with respect to the accusation of possession of narcotics, they would not have existed the defendant hadn't been arrested nor the illegal intrusion to the domicile of his sister where it was, the consequence is that they lack any value.

When the PGR appealed the acquittal, the public prosecutor only took time to justify the delay in making him available and said nothing about breaking into the dwelling that distorted the idea that he was caught in flagrante, nor did they try to justify the documented torture, the collegiate court established.

The court decided to grant an amparo to Peña González and rescinded the sentence for the charges that the judge ordered his release for in February.

'El 20' remained in prison because he faced another criminal charge, but in March he fled the penitentiary of Culiacán along with Juan José Esparragoza Monzón, 'el Negro'; Rafael Félix Núñez, el Changuito Ántrax; Alfonso Limón Sánchez, el Limón; and  Francisco Javier Rosales Zazueta, el Chimal.


Last month, the ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice ratified the amparo that vacates the sentence.

61 comments:

  1. He snitched just like Chapo and all the snitchaloa cartel.

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    1. Sinaloas nothing but snitches Mayo been selling his own since Moses wore short pants

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  2. Good read, thanks Kid!

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  3. Que el mayo no tiene poder hahahahaha

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    1. Who was the real boss carrillo or zambada?

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    2. Who's dead?
      So Zambada is the real boss

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    3. 1p:31 Pos Amado Carrillo güey, pero le falló por andar de ratero y asesino perjudicando colombianuses con ayuda del Barbas, same thing happened to el Negro Durazo murderer of colombianuses and Hugo chavez, noriega and a few other turncoats, El Mayatón has never been accused of being a dirty traitor or a snitch, but ENVY is a bad enemy as the judas of the world know, and not everybody will have the patience of the Lord.

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    4. Does that makes zambada the real boss of chihuahua?

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    5. 10:02 new governor Javier Corral will be as powerful as his Polesia Federal alias FUERZA CHIHUAHUA alows, these are PRIISTAS, corral is a Panista, I suspect he wants to be president "eyasoonas passibol", maybe 2024. His brother has been accused of drug trafficking and of having done time on the US, where former governor cesar Duarte "El Capulina" has been arrested, but we don't know if he has been released.
      "El Capulina"was one of the great new governors of Mexican mentioned by EPN As shining examples, all have ended in prison or accused of biiig Mega Corruption and frauds and money laundering and arrested in guatemala, ecuador spain, and the US, guess you are powerful if you can while it lasts.

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    1. It depends. Look in the mirror and whatever you seen in it is what Mwxico is!

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  6. Finally a reporter who brings the truth out of who ran antrax ...I don't know where the media gets sources 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽God job reporter and otis keep your head up and keep reporting my friend

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  7. They all snitch..Chapo,Mayo,Caro,Mencho,Trevinos, all of em... especially if totured...not one person on Earth can undergo savage torture and not rat...if they get extradited to US, we use "more humane" interrogation techniques" like water boarding, and sleep deprivation...no matter who you are, you will talk..your basic survival instincts make you..anyone on here would rather their mom out, if tied to a chair and your balls are being blow torched, and you know you're about to be decapitated alive, if you don't talk...the quicker you talk, the quicker you get a bullet in the head...nothing personal, just business.

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    1. You need to stop watching movies start reading non fiction books please

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    2. not me i still wont snitch

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    3. @7:38 bro that's what everyone says till they are told that they will be in jail for the next 30 years .. I've seen it when I was in jail awaiting sentencing and I've known people that preach the no snitching crap and in the end they turn rats ... lol

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    4. LMAO...I never read fiction..maybe you oughta read the Mexican papers,and actually look up legal files. Everyone talks, and everyone runs...You can tell the guys on here real quick, who've never been in a real fight. Let alone have a gun pointed at your head by a ruthless killer. Watch some videos of what these guys do...common denominator, they all talk, they all die..So, tough guy, you wouldn't talk?

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    5. Right Arturo...you can always tell, the ones that have never faced real time,or torture or death. I'm not talking about getting busted with an 8 ball, and not ratting your dealer..minor shit, a yr maybe..but it'll be a different tune if it's 30 yrs or a blow torched to your balls...you'll talk.

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    6. @7:38 Lmfao Good Man Never rat on your friends! @11:59 I AGREE 100% with your comment..

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  8. Sinaloa just keeps winning, man they are good.

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    1. Such hero worship you must be proud

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  9. I wonder what el mayo had to do with his escape? My guess is that he needed allthese guys out , el 20 has always been los anyrax main guy, even when el chino was out el 20 gave the orders

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    1. the escape was cuz los viejones needed them el negro was breakinh out(son of el azul) he paid a good amount to stay n cln and not semt to altiplano cuz he was breaking out they used the esape to help out their ppl en chanhuito and el 20 gemte del mayo and panchito chimal second of ivan

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  10. Wow makes you wonder how important this guy actually is?..well to someone but apart from being security is this guy also a major trafficker...what an utter joke why even go after him in the 1st place... to tax him?

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    1. Well, not everybody.can wear a sign for the Pendejos Metiches that arrested this guy, but the arresting criminals also could have their ass smoked for being so much "on fire".
      They must have given their apologies already.

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  11. Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the richest cartel of all?
    M: S I N A L O A !

    This proves it ;)

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    1. But your daddy's in our country now!!!who is the richest?not sinaloa obviously.

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    2. true no other cartel will stop cds

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    3. For reals they been at it since the 70s/80s they got the most connections also the most killers. la menchas badly trained tweakers might take out one or two low rank pendejos for every 100 they lose, but that does nothing because low rank pendejos don't run cartels, only governments can stop them.

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  12. Puro Antrax el virus no muere se multiplica ! Vamos por CJNG

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    1. Good luck. .cjng se Los VA a cojer. ..cds is over.

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    2. Sinaloa running scarred

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    3. No mames soy 100 cds pero los antrax no valen verga. 10:23PM eso no va a pasar. Pero antrax solo eran para cuidar culiacan. Ojala estuviera vicentillo al frente del cds. El flaco la arma pero el vicentillo entaba mas fogeado

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    4. Pobrecito. Este morro esta atrasado

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  13. One win for the bad guys, or maybe he sold out to get released.

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  14. I'm totally confused. Is it just me??

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    1. I am confused at your confusion ;0

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    2. 10:28 con un besito te va a valer madre la confusión, garantizado...
      ya lo que vas a querer es que te atizen como sea

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    3. The whole Mexican criminal justice process is totally FUBAR. I was trust Stevie Wonder as Huber driver to take me to the airport before I would trust any part Mexican courts process.

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  15. El chamuco nunca lo abandona.

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  16. Sinaloa - Top Cartel Forever.

    Let Sinaloa control all of drug activity in Mexico and watch the country be at peace. They are just business men trying to supply those who need it.

    Let CJNG control all of drug activity in Mexico & watch a brutal horrendous era for the country, just like during the birth and rise of Los zetas.

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    1. The cartel that began all the wars in Mexico should be "allowed" to control all drug activity in order to have peace?
      Your and whoever else beleives that is full of shit.
      You leave one cartel in charge and there is no balancd of power. There was peace in Mexico to a certain extent before Chapo and CDS got greedy and decided to invade other territories. Go to Sinaloa and live there and it's like communism also. The narcos can tell you when to go to bed at night, when and if you can have a celebration of any kind and even what you can talk about because God forbid you talk bad about the narco lifestyle! Then if you have a fender bender with one of them and or even talk to one of their girlfriends it is almost certain a death sentence. Robberies and murder are abundant in Sinaloa also don't let anyone tell you otherwise!

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    2. You've been brain washed from listening to too many corridos from the public. Second there is a reason why governments exist. Third how would you like drug addicted sociopaths, psychopaths to run your every day life?

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    3. Drug addicted sociopaths and psychopaths are less dangerous than greedy bastard sociopaths that have ended running the US military junta and mexico. For the even greedier bastards that command them.

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  17. Good illustration of how the cartels spend their billions!

    Remember: Escobar spent USD 70.000.000 / month on bribes and that was 30 years ago. All the cartels in Mexico probably spend USD 700.000.000 / month on bribes today.

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    1. No no no no no. You dont know anything about money if u really believe escobar payed 70$million a month in bribes. LMAO. Then u say the cartels pay $700 million a month today?? Keep smoking that glass playa... U couldnt even deliver that much cash letalone per month LOL...

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    2. It's not as far fetched as you think...I bet CDS, and CJNG pay close to that, to launder their money..the cooks charge $1000 a kill to process heroin...the overhead is insane, so you know the profits are even more so, or it wouldn't be worth it..this est.at 60billion a year biz, in America..add in Europe, Asia,and Australia...I bet just CDS, and CJNG gross about 1/2 to a billion a week between them. The money is crazy. Americans love drugs.

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    3. Sorry its not even close. this isnt the movies. $700 mill is almost a BILLION, no one is paying near that much per month to operate, no one pays PER month, u either work with and get kickbacks or u get killed. top tier of the top two cartels are prob putting out about 4 mill a month and thats MAX the rest they payoff are per year or after certain stages of growth and success ( juan the border pig lets 10k keys thru over the course of a year and gets a nice end of the year bonus of a new truck and 2 million cash). this game isnt as easy to eat in as u think, murder costs alot less then bribes, specialy when there is no need to pay bribes because they already work for u.its all percents, thats FACT. you people that belive that shit dont know about money period. and as far as cooks charging to process heroin? they dont charge per batch homie they work for the group and take a PERCENT. el boss is not just passing out trunks of cash to everyone. LMAO at a half a billion per week!!!!!!!!!! go watch another movie!!!!

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    4. Apparently you didn't read how much the Flores brothers alone we're moving through Chicago 10 yes ago..the heroin consumption has nearly quadrupled since then. I know money...before pot legalization in Or, and Wa I used to turn 50-60gs every 2-3 months, off of a garage crop...of pot..so tell me with millions of buyers needing your product minimum 2-3 times A DAY...do the math homie...it's way bigger than you think..These cartels move the kinda money only tech giants, and defense contractors make...EVERY DAY!!

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    5. 9:18 You know it. Difference with american corporations is lots of the money made gets distributed among lots of people plus they have to pay taxes.

      With the drug cartels most of the drug money is kept by the big dogs at the top, the rest of the pendejos get to keep the scraps and the bullets... Explains why mexicans are still living in a 3rd world country, despite making 40-80 billions dollars per year from dope traficking made by criminal organizations. Just look how much the juarez cartel made with carrillo fuentes alone from 1993-1997 that's 20 years ago... Then there was the felix arellanos, then the other big dogs like the gulf cartel, etc. That was 20 years ago since then drug use has only increased in the us!

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    6. Exactly...there's so much heroin in the Pacific Northwest it's insane..And we are only a mid sized metro area...they estimate 60,000 opiate addicts in the Seattle Tacoma area...2-4 doses a day....now add in the major cities!!! More money than Microsoft!

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    7. Exactly...here in Pac Nw, it's estimated there's 100,000 junkies just in the cities..small to mid size Cities...doesn't include the rural and suburbs, which at least doubles that #. In the same report on TV, they est each junkie spends between 50-110k a yr on dope..that's 5-10 billion $$$$$....Add up just the other big cities, that # at least quadruples. Then throw in rural areas, and small cities, where it even doubles to triples the previous totals...So tell me homie, How much money is that?

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  18. Good job Mexico. Hard to believe there is violence there with such stiff penalties.

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  19. Just proves capture,torture and kill is the only way to deal with scum.

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    1. @0902: There is plenty of “capture,torture and kill“ since 10 years and it has not helped one bit. Instead there are more innocent victims of the drug trade than ever and more, cheaper and stronger drugs than ever.

      Either you are blind to all of that or you must be profiting from the insecurity ... or you are plainly stupid :-(

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  20. Should have shoved a double barrel shotgun up his ass and pulled the triggers. Fucking scumbag.

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  21. 11:44,& 3:12 you guys understand, and are right..it hasn't done shit, until they do it to the Jefes, and 1st tier Capos...no arrests...shoot on sight...All of em....but Mencho 1st...I hate tweaks!

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  22. El senor del sombrero lo nesesita afuera. El mes de Mayo sigue siendo el mejor de todos.

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