Tuesday, September 12, 2017

"Chapo Isidro" Free on 5,000 Peso Bond

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Riodoce By: Alejandro Mojardin for Riodoce
Historical Background: Borderland Beat Chapo Isidro History and Chapito Isidro recognized 

Fausto Isidro Meza Flores

In July 2014, agents of the United States Department of Justice and the Mexican Marina stepped on the heels of the cell leader of Los Mazatlecos, Fausto Isidro Meza Flores. "El Chapo Isidro"  managed to escape but his pursuit sparked a series of clashes for four days that left 12  hitmen dead and one DEA agent injured.

Three years later, the operator of the Beltrán Leyva Cartel has an amparo/ suspension by a judge which prevents him from executing an arrest warrant issued by the district court in Los Mochis, Sinaloa. The cell leader, sought the protection of federal justice on August 25th.

To grant the suspension of issuing the arrest warrant , the judge requested a deposit of 5,000 pesos or approximately $280 US Dollars.
With this measure, El Chapo Isidro can not be stopped until such time as the judge which granted  the amparo ends it. Meanwhile, Meza Flores is required to appear in a district court in Washington DC USA. The US government presented an indictment which includes "El Chapo Isidro's" uncles, Augustin and  Salome and Panfilo Flores Apodaca. The three are accused of drug trafficking on US soil.

Some Catpured Members of Los Mazatlecos and their Arsenal

"El Chapo Isidro" is accused of leading Los Mazatlecos, the armed wing of the Beltrán Leyva cartel in the northern Sinaloa. Authorities name Guasave as operation center of "El Chapo Isidro".

The group sowed terror among the population in the northern part of the state when a dispute over territory began with the Sinaloa cartel whom "El Chapo Isidro" was formerly allied with. The cell also waged war with the State Ministerial Police, then led by Jesus Antonio Aguilar Iniguez aka " Chuy Tono", who had the backs of CDS.


On the " Chuytoño" side  dozens of officers were killed in ambushes committed mainly in Guasave and El Fuerte. Between March and July 2011, Los Mazatlecos ambushed police officers twice and killed 18 of them.

Comandante Aguilar aka "Chuy Tono"
Sinaloan State Ministerial Police
Jesus Antonio, "Chuy Tono", was named head of the State Ministerial Police in 2011 thanks to former Sinaloan Governor "Malova". "Chuy Tono" was a police  officer with a long career, who passed no certification exams in matters of security and whose name appeared on the PGR/ Fiscalia's 2010 People Most Wanted  list for ties to organized crime.

On several occasions, the criminal group, Los Mazatlecos, hung narco mantas with messages accusing Governor López Valdez and  his  police forces to pledge solidarity with the Sinaloa Cartel, even claiming that Governor "Malova" had a secret meeting with "El Chapo" Guzman and  Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada at the Quila Trade Union where the two drug lords convinced the Sinaloan Governor to appoint Jesus Antonio Aguilar to the Chief of Police post.

In June of 2013 Riodoce published a video in which the Governors escort confirmed the meeting.

Javier Valdez, the Riodoce journalist murdered in front of their offices in May of this year, himself, pointed out that Chuy Tono was indeed " a career police officer but not a public servant; not the type ofmperson who uses any scientific application of the law, much less respects human rights and many people who are detained are victims of extorsion, tortured, disappeared and assassinated."

Former Governor  Mario Lopez Valdez
Appointer in Chief
In that year Sinaloa's Governor Mario Lopez Valdez , known as "Malova", put faces and names to the criminal group that plagued the northern entity, spreading images of the group's  members and  the structure of the organization.



The Chapo Isidro faction allegedly operated under the protection of the municipal police in the north of the state ,whom, according to authorities, were paid thousands of pesos monthly.

In January 2013, the US Treasury Department froze the assets of  Meza Flores and his wife Araceli Chang, his parents, Fausto Isidro Meza Angulo and Angelina Flores; those of his sister Angely Meza Flores; and his uncles Augustine, Salome and Panfilo Flores Apodaca.

From the family of El Chapo Isidro:  two of his uncles were already arrested and extradited to the United States. Augustine, alias Bellaco , was arrested in Guasave, in July 2012 and extradited in October 2015. Panfilo also captured in Guasave in April 2015 and extradited to the United States in October 2016. Salome, remains free awaiting an extradition order.

The Flores Apodaca  brothers are charged in Federal Court for the District of Columbia of the commission of the crimes against health, conspiracy and the use and possession of firearms.

The US government said that "El Chapo Isidro" is known to distribute large quantities of methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana and cocaine to the United States. The drug trafficker has been operating since 2000 from the municipality of Guasave, Sinaloa.


In 2014, a series of shootings between July 10 - 14 in the municipalities of Guasave and Sinaloa broke out. Clashes between elements of the Navy, ie, Marinas and criminals left 12 members of Los Mazatlecos dead.

Later it was learned from US newspaper sources that the operation, in addition to the DEA agent who was injured, were other DEA agents participating dressed in Mexican Marinas uniforms. The operation was planned by members of the FBI, the DEA and the US Marshalls along with Marina personnel working together with the goal of capturing Meza Flores.

The operator of the Beltrán Leyva Cartel escaped with the protection of his henchmen who braved the authorities forces. "El Chapo Isidro" had escaped before, but he was reportedly or thought to have been  killed by the rival group.

In October 2011 a gunfight  erupted which began in Guamúchil and ended in the second town of  Tamazula. That skirmish killed three gunmen and also killed three people of Los Mazatlecos riding in a vehicle where they faced off.

According to the authorities present,"El  Chapo Isidro" was in one of the vehicles of Los Mazatlecos.

103 comments:

  1. What a fucking joke. Grocery money and chump change for bail. And the money was blood money from murdered people. Mexico needs to open a national crematorium and go house to house and start the final cartel solution. Either that, I see in Trump's presidency, either now or his next term the US military is going in and finally gonna take care of business.

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    1. "cartel solution" someone in the forties had a "solution" who was that? Was it hitler? I wonder if you people even get the racist bullshit u are typing.

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    2. That's exaxly the U.S of A strategy. Floiding Mexico with guns "fast and furious" and giving Mexico billions of dollars for war on drugs "look the other way" now trump is blaming Mexico for all the drugs coming in even heroine when 90% of it comes from Afghanistan

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    3. never will happen keep dreaming lmao...

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    4. And the us doesn't "give" Mexico billions.They pay American contractors to go to Mexico and do whatever they do. Mexico gets equipment but they are not handed a billion dollar check. That's a big misconception

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    5. 4;38 YOUR "SANTO NINO" El trompazz has many many problemos of his own, i am betting he will be gone before he does anything serious to the mexicans, blame the greed for rubles and dollars, after shortchanging his partners all his life, heheheee

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    6. Afghanistan produces the most heroin but in the usa most heroin in the west is mexican and in the east colombian and some mexican as well. Look it up

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    7. The solution is educating drug adicts/consumers which are mostly american, but that will never happen.

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    8. lol keep dreamimg idiot

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    9. Not since chapo figured out how to produce white heroin. The heroin supply in America is mainly derived from South America and Mexico. A large portion of the world’s heroin is cultivated in Afghanistan — around 90 percent of it — but only about 4 percent of heroin in the US comes from Afghanistan.
      Making the drug much cheaper and a go to drug for those addicted to opiates.

      Another fact: in 15 years heroin addiction had an uptick from 189k addicts to over 2.5M

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    10. What are ya'll fools talking about? If things get worse whether some mexicans like it or not, because of lazy punks with guns who don't like working like real hombres, mx could be the next colombia where the usa is going to have army bases to prevent multinational org crime from becoming a threat to other nations. Of course it'll never happen, that's exactly what they thought about 9/11.

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    11. So where does ALL the heroine from Afghanistan go then? I read an article where it said C.I.A controlled the fields in Afghanistan and when U.S invaded the opium fields grew more than 30% Mexico only produces 5% if that. All that opium is destined for the U.S, i bet that's how ALL leagal pills are made and then some.

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    12. 10:25 the opium field gtew 60% when the U.S. invaded Afghanistan. America has 5% of world population and takes 60% of pain pills,.
      https://www.globalresearch.ca/a-conspiracy-theory-that-became-a-conspiracy-fact-the-cia-afghanistans-poppy-fields-and-americas-growing-heroin-epidemic/5533673

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    13. I live on the east coast about a hour north of boston in a part of the country that has been hit hardest by the heroin epidemic and i can say first hand that since atleast 2014 there hasn't been any heroin in any new england states nor any heroin related overdoses.Its all fentanyl 100% all white is honestly looks like cocaine but man is it a killer..the city off 100,000 i live in sees on average 75-80 overdoses a month everymonth exclusively from fetanyl.all produced clandestinely in 55 gallon drums in sinaloa or durango my los menores or el guano..they control 100% of the east coast fetanyl market witch at the moment is at all time high for demand.Afghani heroin stays in europe and russia.

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    14. after the US invaded afghanistan the opium production increased about 3000 %, after the afghani drug lords made sure they got the support of the US in exchange for their allegiance, these reports come from the united nations.the mexicans would never be able to match the US skills in designating drug lords and turf, according to john gotti nobody can match the US drug trafficking and compete with the US government, of course, some people know just where the right doors are and how to knock on them to launder and clean up their mobster investments and takeovers.

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    15. 8:00pm - Excelente point / example and I agree with your sentiment.

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    16. 3:10 that's true, there is no way Mexico is producing that much heroin, not in the golden triangle or tierra caliente region. That's probably why they mix it with fentanyl and so many deaths, bad business..

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    17. 12:52, there are dragon marts in mexico, AND RUSSIAN STYLE GULAGS, pretty much as on the Us, but i have not seen reports of much drug trafficking from russians in mexico, it is all about the meth, fentanyl ans chinese opiates, afghanistan must be going through colombia, the US has seven or more military bases there, even la chapa and el mayate lost the official business with alvaro uribe velez, now that is back where it belongs, high government levels, colombian carlos lehder must have been sprung like RCQ, unless the sonora-arizona-new york-pensylvannia-ohio-new jersey-canada axis of evil isheavily Red Mafiya influenced, i would hope russian Godfather Semion Mogilevich has his little hands all over there singe the fall of the berlin wall and the USSR.

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    18. Next term?
      Yeah right!

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  2. Was he locked up and payed 5,000 bond and got released or his warrant was quashed by paying the 5peso ???

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    1. Squashed warrant

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    2. He was not locked up. He walked in and did his paperwork after men of Gobernador Coppel people negotiate peace between Isidro and Mayo. Isidro was loyal to Alfredo, Arturo, Hector but they are no more. Isidro now believes he can again make money for his family, CDS, and Gob Coppel but he will see that los Chapos will disappear him when the people forget Isidro again.
      Los Güeros de Moco

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    3. 4:40 Do you have any idea if the widow of Francisco Rafael Arellano Felix ever got back with the brother of the new sinaloa narco-governor Coppel?
      somebody said he was the love of her life

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  3. Chapo isidro is giving cds a hard time. He injured a DEA agent and killed a bunch of soldiers and police and he is free to do what he feels with no government intervention. Sinaloa is 9ne crooked state

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    1. That was before. They are good for now

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    2. Old news. He has a peace treaty with mayo now.

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    3. 7:27 i don't think el Mayo likes or needs chapulines, unless he is preparing to roast La Chapa Chila en un comal, the zambadas have three sons of el mayate en el bote on the US, and his brother el rey zambada, there is also the inexplicable murder of the son of el rey, peace there is for putos, then the attacks of la chila on sinaloa are not good either

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    4. At the moment El Mayo needs all the help he can get with CJNG stepping out of bounds. After all Chapo Isidro and Mayo are Sinaloans so they will work together to rid themselves of the "help". Just like the Zetas will work with the Golfos to fight Mencho.

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  4. To the DEA and US government. Get your head out of your ass and go after the real mob in sinaloa. El Mayo Zambada, Chuy Toño, Governor Malova. You know where to look, trace these goverment officials. Even recordings exist of chuy toño colaborating with the sinaloa cartel. El chapo Isidro is not half as powerful as Mayo and all his crew. How can you not find Zambada after decades? Get your shit together.

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    1. He's been in the game for almost two decades how is he not as powerful. The man has money and people willing to die and defend him. And has yet to be captured.

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    2. open your eyes, they go together holding hands. may not happen at all or when they have no more need of zambada.

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    3. Malova is no longer governor. If zambada is arrested all hell will break loose

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    4. Blo don't have the same amount of men or turf that Mayo. Which is more credit to the man for still being alive and well

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    5. 5:31 Why would Mexico or the people of Sinaloa want to end Mayo Zambada? Zambada and Azul use minimal violence and do not access revenue of extortion of non narco people or steal from the government. If Zambada and Azul were gone today today, tomorrow Mexico will be a blood bath and it will be bad for all of Mexico economy.
      Why? Because every year Americans maybe double and triple drugs they buy from Mexico narcos and this increases the violence capacity when there is not stability in managment.
      Mexico receives every year many billions of foreign investment from all over the world to build airplane parts, autos, machinery, food, and many things that go to Europe and USA. This investment will slow if Mayo/Azul lose leadership and it will hurt everybody except the new violent narcos who seek to grow.

      5:31- Mario López Valdez is no longer Gob. The Gob is Quirino Coppel. His family de Mazatlan owns Coppels, many hotel, timeshare in Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas, and other businesses in DF. It was Quirino Coppel cousin who was to be wedded to Rocio Lizarraga who Francisco Arellano Félix stole. For this reason Coppel family is not freind of Rafael Caro Quintero.
      Los Güeros de Moco

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    6. People keep saying Mayo has been in the game a long time and this and that about him. So fuckin what? He can still be captured and or killed if somebody (DEA), wanted to regardless of how many bodyguards he might have. The point is nobody has ever gone after him. The U.S. government does have it's head up it's ass!

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    7. 6:24 - Yes he has survived in the biz for many decades and he's done this through political acumen, loyalty among his people, and paying off the correct powers that pull the puppet strings in Mexico. Both the US and Mexico prefer a "face of the trade" that is not overly violent, efficient at keeping the drugs coming to the American users, American middlemen, American dealers, American banks, etc. This is how one survives - not through sheer muscle and force.

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    8. He's not that powerfull, why are 3 of his sons locked up in the U.S then? El Mayo had to pay alot of $$$ for his son el vicentillo to get a good deal and for gov to stay of his back.

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    9. 1:30 i am sure el Mayate was not umderstanding that he had been sold down the river and the new owners of drug trafficking on the US had to deliver a warning, or three, now el mayate knows who the big chimichanga, same for La Mencha,

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    10. El vicentillo cut a deal and had to surrender 1.5 BILLION dollars..
      A Billion-Dollar “Narco Junior” Cuts a Deal.

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    11. vicente zambada niebla did not surrender, he got caught and extradited, pled guilty and got fined, there is no deal cut there, the 1.5 to 2 billion dollar was part of his sentence, but the flores twins that entrapped him got to keep their 2 billion dollar empire for their cooperation with the US government, they are also american citizens born on the USA

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  5. damm they took out alot of police.. well trained in ambush combat. ive read stories on Mazatlecos and they involved in big shootouts.

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    1. Ambushing Police is quite easy. Just Call them and wait. Well trained but hours-Long shootouts ???

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    2. @10:01 Evading an entire battallion of Military , pluS Mexican Marine commandos and the loser US Marshals, yeah that takes more than guts

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    3. Mazatlecos we're actually getting wiped out before the peace agreement.

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    4. Ambushing and shooting bigger weapons than the municipal Police carries all high on meth and probably out numbering the officers. Yeah well trained, but when la marina se los topa o corren como venados o quedan panza para arriba y sale uno que otro narco buchon hippie mariguano a defenderlos.

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  6. Some of these stories that are about the Mexican government, are as comical as TheOnion.com

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  7. So with the. $5000 peso bond he goes free or does he get extradited?

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  8. Can't wait for the analysis from the adjunct professors of "narcology".

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    1. 6:52 we got the big thick long gloves on, are you ready for your papanicolau?

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  9. Haha click bait I still love u tho bb

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  10. Made it seem as if they just arrested him

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  11. he was not arrested, this is an amparo against arrest warrant. But it is weak, and issued by a district judge and means little.

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    1. 7:59 well, the US can only afford so much justice in their mexican reservation, but your typical BS would get an award for originality

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    2. 2:02 mexico is not a reservation,
      mexico is what it is, a much maligned slave laborer wharehouse and a bordello of death full of clandestine narco-fosas

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  12. What a joke. And the joke is on the usa too. Thus shows that all that bark from the mexican goverment and all those hopes for american goverment that mexico is helping in the war on drugs is BULLSHIT.

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    1. Oh yes and America is doing so much to help the war on drugs too. Addicting the underemployed blue collar American to opiods courtesy Obama care (technically a tax), allowing doctors to prescribe the equivalent of 13,900 controllled narcotics per American citizen from 2014-2016, and then of course the FDA approving several fentanal patches and other approved cocktails that killed more middle age males than any other cause last year.

      Your comment is ludicrous and if it weren't for the voracious appetite for ILLEGAL narcotics by MILLIONS of Americans - Mexico would have no powerful drug cartels. Open your eyes, look at the facts, wake up and quit pointing the finger at everyone but yourself!

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    2. 7:43PM You go! You speak powerful truth brother (or sister?)! Are you the club owner that posted a while back about the growing drug use each year at your clubs? Wish you'd post more and slam this dumb asses! lol

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  13. Alguien sabe que es del Chapo Isidro últimamente? La última información sobre de el era que andaba en San Pedro Garza Garcia en Monterrey. Alguien sabe si este señor aun tiene mucho poder? Ya no se escuchado nada de el desde hace tiempo o sera que esta muerto?

    Con los golpes que tenido los Beltranes de parte del gobierno y el CJNG alguien sabe si la gente del Isidro aun es Beltran o están trabajando con los de Jalisco ahora?

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    1. el isidro andaba de bajo perfil asta en estos dias. ni que CJNG ni nada es beltran pero parece que se indpendizo, y ahora con el mayo an llegado a un acuerdo.

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    2. El chapo isidro sigue a la orden del H

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    3. la chila ta' tan chaparro que su perfil se arrastra por el suelo, nothing to do with discretion

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  14. Half of that list are dead..

    Guero Saba wasnt he burned in a pickup truck along with like 4 others?

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    1. Wrong only el pecas, H2 and el 100 are dead all died in shootouts

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    2. Pecas died in a plane crash

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  15. Jesus Gonzalez Panuelas "el Chuy Gonzalez" did the same thing over a year ago, it seemed to have worked for him and Isidro decided to do the same.

    http://riodoce.mx/sincategoria/el-desquite-de-chuy-gonzalez

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  16. Chump change but the guys on top got millions for helping him out though

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  17. DEA agents dressed as Mexican soldiers and actually engaging with cartel members in Mexico? I'm surprised all this isn't plastered in the news.
    Probably, technically illegal in both countries.

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    1. Yep, it has been going on for years.

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    2. not DEA, but surely private security soldier of fortune mercenaries, there are some on BB if you have been paying attention, the disciples of guccifer2 are all over the internet, even facebook and tweeter are facing the music for selling out for a fistful of dollars, one telltale sign is they love duterte and el trompas, in spanish they are 'trompitos'

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    3. You watch to many documentaries

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    4. 7:09, yes, sure, we watch them before they get deleted, or turned into national security secrets...

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  18. I remember saying Chapo Isidro was gonna last longer than Chapo Guzman and I was right , he has proven to withstand the heat . And knows when is time to lay low

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    1. Ya..he only needs about 30 more yrs in the game..I read Isidro is in a wheel chair...and that his crew was clicking up some with CDS, some CJNG..just read it...don't know if factual.

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    2. Apples and oranges, bro

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    3. @ 1:14AM: I did!
      come on what are you 12? stop with the baby comments.

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    4. 9:26 That's a ridiculous thing to say. Isidro is done and will be dead within a year and his career was a flash compared to Chapo and hundreds of other narcos a hell of a lot smarter than Isidro. Let's compare apples to apples because your talking tee ball vs MLB!

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    5. 7:48 noo your idol Chapo is done On the other hand Cbapo Isidro has just begun, he will last longer than Mencho hes up and running to be come the next Mayo. How is it Tee ball vs MLB when hes been at war with Mayo and Chapo for years and has come out untouched?

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    6. @5:31 but he is working with mayo now lol

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    7. @7:48 sounds chapo isidro is your idol lol

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    8. @10:34 oh ok sure he is working with Mayo if that makes you feel better , regardless of what you want to happen Chapo isidro is loyal to Mochomo and was taught the game by Arturo which means he wont go down easily

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    9. @5:08 its been sayed that isidro don't work for blo for the longest Arturo is the one that made him leave

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  19. Thord photo: arent those Bodies of CDS sicarios killed ny blo(los mazatlecos)?

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    1. Yes, those are images of the ambush in Nayarit. BLO and Zetas co-op.

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  20. Saludos compa Isidro, Don Beto y su gente lo espera con Brazos abiertos.

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  21. The war on drugs is a freaking joke.........

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    1. Definitely not working.
      Saw a documentary of the amount of cocaine that can be produced from a lab (2-4 tons per day).
      Can only imagine how many of such labs exist in the world?
      The fortunes made by organized crime is not chump change. Especially with appetites for such throughout the globe.
      Maybe reconsidering the legalization of such to fund education, infrastructure and other organizations will have a benefit.
      Unfortunately, the appetites of many outweigh the huge cost of fighting it.
      Just a suggestion!

      E42

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    2. 10:02; I see where your logic originates but keep in mind that anytime the government taxes something in the name of "education", "health", or whatever - the government becomes dependent on that revenue (can not afford for a drop in consumption) and the funds are spent very inefficiently. Very inefficiently. The best solution is education which is not done in the US with the exception of minimal DARE programs in public schools. If the terrible pictures of what meth, H, rock, and other drugs do to people in a short time; and if people were educated that good kids from good families end up stealing from their families when they are hooked on drugs I know the US could decrease consumption IF THEY CARED TO. Anyone in the military from the late 1980s thru early 2000 saw a decrease in smoking that is unbelievable, at least in the US Air Force. When I enlisted it seemed 90% smoked and now it seems only the new enlistees, and about only 10% of the USAF smoke now. The same could be done with drugs if the USA cared to help its citizens, because legalization alone does not solve the health problem of people destroying their minds, bodies, family, quality of life, etc.

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    3. Labs in the world? You trippin.only south America, and Cocaine will never, ever ever be legalised. Peruvians indigenous people can legally chew coca leaves, but that's not Cocaine. The drug war should be intensified not replaced.

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  22. Este si es un gallo

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    1. Pos regala le el anillo preciosa. - Sol Prendido

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    2. 11:55 "un gallo" in mexican means a luggie, un pollo o un gargajo, enjoy

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    3. Funny guy, want a cookie!?

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  23. Verdadero gallo sinaloense, nos vemos en el cerro alado de la virgen viejo.

    Cuídense plebes!!

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  24. Loyalty has rewards guess who's running the beltranes... indeed el chapito mazatleco still down con el mochomo

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    1. They all jumped ship they don't work for beltran no more

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    2. Is the reward a warm seat on the team that lost years ago? Do tell. Lol!

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    3. 8:24 yeah I wouldnt call Mayo zambada calling Chapo Isidro in for a truce and cease of fire losing. But its pointless arguing with people that dont know what they are talking about

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  25. The rewards are,a few routes from Colombia to mexico and then the big dollars my amigos

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    1. And then the greatest two awards of them all prison for life or death

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