Thursday, October 12, 2017

Where Are the 60 Million Pesos for Turning in El Chapo?

 



Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Debate

According to data obtained through transparency no one has collected this money

The $60 million pesos that the Attorney General's Office (PGR) has offered for the whereabouts of former Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin ¨El Chapo¨ Guzman, who has been imprisoned in the United States since January 19, is the highest the federal government has allocated for one person; however, it has not been collected.



Data from that plan provided to El Universal indicate that the present administration has been ineffective in finding the whereabouts of members of organized crime, victims of homicides, missing persons and the kidnapped. None of the 390 economic rewards announced since 2013, which total $976 million pesos, has been collected, according to information obtained via transparency.

According to the PGR, this strategy to locate victims, members of organized crime and missing persons "was suspended indefinitely." The agreements that were published up to March are an extension of the contract that was held until December 2017, he said.

The agency announced that it is in a phase of relaunching, with the objective of more efficiently providing resources. The document is expected to be published in the course of this month to publish the tender that will allow the plan to be reactivated.
"We are working on the documentation that allows us to have everything ready to publish the bid again at the beginning of next year and be able to work from January to December 2018," he said.
This contrasts with the previous period, 2006-2012, in which the department spent $ 50 million 832 thousand pesos in exchange for information that helped to detain eight criminals, among them Sergio Villareal Barragan,¨El Grande¨, former leader of the Los Beltrán Leyva Cartel; the leaders of La Línea, Luis Humberto and Ubaldo Rubio González, "El Monroroque", and two of those implicated in the kidnapping case of Silvia Vargas.

The latest amounts, announced by the PGR now headed by Raúl Cervantes Andrade were to locate the perpetrators of the murders of journalists Javier Arturo Valdez Cardenas, Maximino Rodriguez Palacios, Miroslava Breach Velducea and the attackers of Sonia Córdoba Oceguera.

The listings detail more than 80% of the rewards offered for information leading to the whereabouts of families and people kidnapped or deprived of freedom.

Among them are the 43 students of Ayotzinapa, for whom $64.5 million pesos are offered for information leading to their whereabouts, as well as $1.5 million for data that allow the capture of their attackers, notes the agreement A / 087/14, published October 21st, 2014.

It also offered rewards for the whereabouts of former PRI governors Javier Duarte de Ochoa of Veracruz and Tomas Yarrington of Tamaulipas who were detained by authorities in Guatemala and Italy respectively.  

For the data that helped locate the Durango capo, Sergio Villarreal Barragan, "El Grande", arrested in 2010 in Puebla by members of the Navy, the PGR paid $30 million pesos.

The program also led to the location and arrest of César Vicente Fabregat Ocampo in 2010, identified international money laundering organization leader. The authorities offered a bonus of $10 million pesos, which was collected in March of 2011.

In 2010, the department disbursed $4 million pesos for information leading to Mario Alberto Zúñiga Serrano, lawyer of Casitas del Sur.

Likewise, the Rewards Committee paid $3 million pesos for the information that led to the capture of Luis Humberto and Ubaldo Rubio González, El Monroroque, former members of La Línea.
Under the same plan, $1 million 500 thousand pesos were given leading to the arrest of Jesus Armando Acosta Murillo, ¨El Mata¨ in June 2011.

In turn, it paid $666 thousand pesos to two people who facilitated the arrest of Angel Cisneros Marín, "El Flaco", and Candido Ortiz, who took the life of young woman Silvia Vargas Escalera. The PGR is responsible for offering and delivering rewards, in a single payment or installments, to persons who provide useful information related to the investigations and inquiries that it carries out, as well as those that collaborate in the location and arrest of alleged offenders.

58 comments:

  1. Esos centavos van a desaparecer.
    The 5 million dollar bounty the US government was paying may not be claimed either, unless the captors are private american paramitary contractors, real law enforcement officers do not collect bounties, UT politicians will steal unclaimed rainfall any minute, thanks for reminding the mophakkas, judas, I hope you get your share, heheheee.

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  2. Sean Penn and Kate del Castillo, but they probably don't want the money.

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  3. They don't have the money . Some Mexican politician done stole it !

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  4. Chapo could get in el apretadito for all his crimes lol.

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  5. Idk about the mexican gov. and how they do things like this. But the USA rarely pays those awards from what I've read. Someone feel free to correct me if im wrong

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    1. 6:23 . Yea I gave up Pablo Escobar and haven't seen a penny yet .

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    2. 6:57 creo que como que te ganastes el premio mayor,
      una de arabe, por rajón, snitch.

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    1. “Se-Ann Pemm” - El Chapo

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  7. Para todos los lambehuevos de las jaliscas. Ahi un video de como mataron a un periodista. Para matar inocentes es lo que sirven pero se topan con un grupo opertivo con huevos y corren a la verga bola de jotos

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    1. Ni les menciones la humillación que recibieron al intentar entrar a San Pedro o la plaza privada. El líder de la celula ya se creía el dueño de Nuevo Leon por matar a un tránsito que no tenía nada que ver. Terminó llorando por el radio rogando que no lo matarán en un estacionamiento de soriana jajaja.

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    2. 6:25 Como sabes que eran jaliskas, traiban ID?

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  8. The U.S. government knows that these rewards are impossible to collect unless you live with the most wanted criminal as a butler or spouse and or then turn that wanted criminal in.
    The reason is that not a single informant or government complice can provide enough info on a criminal leading to an arrest so many informants are used. This leads to the government pinning the capture on just the DEA or CIA intelligence or even foreing police forces co-operating in a capture and individual informants are straight out of luck to collect.
    Many informants end up dead because of the help they provided but this is not a concern to the U.S. government and or it's agencies like DEA and CIA. They simply rule it out as it is the price these informants where willing to pay. Or the U.S. government says that nobody collected because of fear. Either way since the name of the informant or informants are never known except by the people working these U.S. agencies nobody will ever fight for the right of the informant/s to claim that reward.
    Yet people here in the U.S. have the balls to say that nobody cares about the capture of criminals be them drug lords or terrorists!
    What a fucked up one sided war on terror!

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    1. 7:28 la chapa, "intended murder victim" got caught in guatermala by Otto Perez Molina (now he is a prisoner after resigning his presidency for being a curruct narco with russian ties) and his murderous kaibiles, charges had to be fabricated vs el Benji, el güero palma, juan garcia abrego (made and instant american citizen and extradited) and osiel for giving american troublemakers "the evil eye" and apparently contemplating murdering their arsehoods, but they were not guilty, their detractors just wanted to steal their drug trafficking business they were running for the same people the new drug traffickers and sicarios work for, the very same people that protect governor francisco javier garcia cabeza y chichis de vaca and alvaro uribe velez in culombia for more than 20 years!

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    2. 7:28 you are wrong. You have never worked with the authorities to collect nor have ever collected. The protocol is to enhance your position and the value of the information. It can be a one time thing or an on going thing. The decision is yours. The object is to cool the mark after you have collected. Make sure you out live the mark, after that no one cares.

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    3. 8:04 Or an attorney, intelligence personal, a researcher on the subject, a money recover agent ect.

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  9. Any man or woman who collects that reward will collect his or her ticket to death . - THE REAL SOL PRENDIDO

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    1. @7:36 agreed if anyone was 'brave' enough- stupid enough to claim they deserved the reward the gov't would more easily have them disappeared then paying them. Either by order of those captured or just because of the greed of the political party-same thing anyway.

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    2. You guys, movies aren't real.
      Thank you and goodnight.

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    3. 12:39-I never thought of that,that you are just as likely to get killed by the 'good guys'as well but I'm sure there is greedy drug traffickers that have tried but we will never know if they tried to claim.

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  10. Was that the CDS el Flaco? If not were there any CDS rewards paid for captures? Seems CDS has carte blanche in Mexico....and I tend to agree with one of the regular BB commenters from Mexico that has said more than once that Carlos Salinas de Gotari still pulls the strings of the drug trade in Mexico. He was able to retrieve the millions his brother had hidden in Switzerland and despite his taking the Mexican government’s money when he spirited away to Ireland, he was able to fly back to Mexico and leave without any legal issues or questioning about the treasury disappearing.

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    1. Carlos Salinas de Gortari has very tight ties with russia too, after all his daddy Raul Salinas Lozano was a mexican ambassador in the USSR and was very possible recruited by the KGB, he was tight with Cuba, and carlitos was a horse dressage competitor in culombia when younger too, about when the new craze for colombian horses started, the mexican horse population had been decimated by some strange equine plague, the Ochoas needed to move a lot of horses to make quick cash.
      Former president salinas was a Harvard graduate like his daddy, and harvard will produce communist spies and sympathizers as soon as global vulture drug trafficking money laundering oligarchs like MR, lastima de papá, pa salirle jotito el nene.

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    2. @12:55
      And yet no sign indicates that charges of illicit activities will ever come about.
      Goes to show the the power of money and political influence on both sides of the country.
      Nice.

      E42

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    3. I do not know if that was the CDS Flaco but I agree Salinas de Gotari is the master that managed work with Cartel de Cali, Norte del Valle, Usuga and los Urabeños, and on. I also believe he had EPN nominated as Salinas de Gotari presta nombre that is still stealing from Mexico. Like 8:26 sayed above Gotari even had his brothers money returned for him from baks Suiza when the accounts were in fake names and his job did not create the millions he had deposited in few years. Salinas de Gotari influence is incredible for a man who left president and Mexico to Ireland in 1994 and left our country treasury without money.

      Perhaps it’s is because the oligarchs he made billionaires very fast owe him for life with favors. Kind of like what happened in Russia but nobody in Mexico is willing to challenge the wealthy families as Putin did at a certain level.

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  11. CJNG is going hard too in San Luis Potosin, recently they have been killing members of the CDN/Talibanes in San Luis. Just a couple of hours ago a video was revealed in Facebook about a corrupt reporter working for the CDN you can find the video in the Facebook page "Codigo Rojo San Luis". Also F-1 from the CDG of Zacatecas just released a audio that is 10 minutes long and he makes fun of the CDN/Talibanes this response was for the mantas the CDN left a couple a days ago in Zacatecas you can find the audio video in Facebook the page named "AccesoZac" also yesterday they found couple of deady bodies in different city's of Zacatecas all of them with a narco message from the CDG.

    Seems that CDG and CJNG are going hard against the CDN in San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas...

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    1. Wow they killed a "corrupted" journalist how brave!!
      Remember when CJNG sent a group of tweakers to take San Pedro plaza? How they thought they were the kings because they killed a random traffic cop? Then a few hours later were all dead and their leader was hiding in a supermarket parking lot begging notfor his life?

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    2. It wasn't just a normal journalist it was a narco journalist that was under CDN payroll. Also who's talking about Monterrey lol that incident in San Pedro happened a couple of years ago. 4-5 years ago CJNG was not that powerful like it is today, also CJNG is taking over the state of Guanajuato just next to San Luis Potosin. In matter of time the CJNG will enter with full force for the San Wicho (San Luis) plaza. CJNG are a mayor threat to there rivals because they are the most powerful and expanding cartel today in Mexico.

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    3. 1:57. Oh ok. Is CJNG the source on that because these criminals are honest Like the time they dumped all the “zetas” (men, women, children) in rush hour traffic in Veracruz and then shared their noble gesture on YouTube with their cool guns, masks and bottled water. Gotta stay hydrated when your picking up innocents walking the streets and you have a gory propoganda message to share!.

      If there is justice in this world CJNG will burn in hell!! And like that scary sicario sounding person used to say Menchita will go down. B/t/w is he still posting? His sig was like two cone tits LOL. Like _^^_

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    4. Lol good point about CNGJ credibility 7:52! As far as that dude I bet he’s dead by now. He seemed to be on the inside of shit!

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  12. Were we not told chapo's kate madness gave him up?

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  13. Chapo new his day's where number the marines where every where in sinaloa because of the USA pressure on mexico , the cartel couldn't function properly and everyone was at risk of getting capture with all the feds in sinaloa , chapo was left alone with 15 pistoleros 3 days before his capture he knew the marines where in mochis but decided to wait and fight his orders where to not interfer and if kill or capture his sons will be the new leader's mayo was ok with the decision , the day he got caught he forgot his pistol he got woken up drastically if not he will had fought ...the DEA located him via satellite no Snitch here ...
    Ex.Escolta Personal Del 701

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    1. Via satellite my ass! WTF is correct. This guy is trippin out!

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    2. Mayo doesn't take orders from Chapo -_-

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    3. My uncle works DEA and you are somewhat right.but its a little deeper than that. USA threatened Mexico with economic pressure if they didn't give up chapo. They wanted the head of the snake according to my uncle, the agreement with Mexico is not for his sons but for his wives and children not in the trade.

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    4. Al Chapo pa que lo queren los gringos? No checa.
      --Pa guardarselo al EPN, si checa
      because EPN quere el business de La Chapa, y unos cuanto millones de sus centavitos ahorrados y la plaza.

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    5. 5:04. I believe you. Just as AFO brothers had to go eventually Chapo would too. I believe Azul and Mayo are much smarter than Chapo.

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  14. Isabel miranda "La señora"de Wallace founder of Alto al secuestro used to fabrics te guilty parties with former states attorney Marisela Morales to collect rewards, first worked for kidnapper for ransoms extortion it and drug trafficker genaro garcia luna, and still "works with epn" any monew left over will be stolen soon.

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  15. One of Chapos bodyguards gave him up, same bodyguard died protecting Chapo when they raided the room. SO NO collection.

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  16. El cadete turned him self in...today at San ysidro ...

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    1. Maybe he can use his 'reward' money himself & bond out.

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    2. Where is the report if this?

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    3. 2:28 Alfredo Sajid Emilio Quintero Navidad, alias "El Cadete"
      --FUERZAS Especiales de Sajid?
      --Some call him El Mata musicos, credit him for the deaths of Barbarino and Tito Torbellino
      Yahoo, google and youtube. Don't fall in love...

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  17. If anyone dares to claim the rewards, one of Enrique's special teams wil come and pick you up and you will be gone 4 siempre

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  18. Chapo snitched... so does he get the reward?

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    1. No Cholo Ivan gets the reward for getting him caught. He also gets his head chopped off as soon as he sets foot in Sinaloa again.

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    2. El compa vago nunca puso dedo tu nomas hablas x hablador compa. Aqui no pasa nada y suige la mata dando
      💯

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    3. Claro que no puso dedo. Pero si atraparon al jefe bajo su responsabilidad. Aver quien convense a los guzman de que no fue su calpa pa ver si no lo matan. El cholo ivan ya la tiene sentenciada.

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  19. Instead of always looking for blame. Blame Mexico itself for once. Just once. It's NOT everyone else's fault.

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  20. Wasn't this a joint task between Mexico and the US? It wasn't one individual who reported it. Even if it was the person got what they really wanted, him off the streets. If it was reported by someone it was another cartel member that will never come forward. Imagine if they did. Their face and name would be plastered all over BB and every other outlet that would endanger them.

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  21. What ever happen to El grande after his extradition

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  22. the snitch-plan was initiated from the us. simple. biggest assholes are hiding in there!

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    1. STATES ATTORNEY PREET BHARARA fired from his office in New York,
      Deutsche Bank had been fined 600 million USD for money laundering by the state of NY. They have a settlement for .ore than 7 billion dollars pending, Deutsche Bank Cyprus former VP is of course new US Secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross.
      --La Chapa trial make give some confort and diversion to the niuyorricans...

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