Monday, November 13, 2017

26 years in Prison for El Tigre, ex leader of the Cartel del Golfo

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

Victor Manuel de la O Trevino, alias Abel Alfredo Flores Trevino, was accused of the crimes of  belonging to organized crime, crimes against health and carrying arms for exclusive use of the armed services.


Reporter: Ruben Mosso
A Federal Judge sentenced to 26 years and 8 months in prison, the ex-leader of the Cartel del Golfo in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Abel Alfredo Flores Trevino or Victor Manuel de la O Trevino, El Tigre, whose detention in September of 2009, provoked an attack against the army with anti-tank rockets.

Together with El Tigre, Erik Torres Ibarra, was also sentenced to four years in prison and a fine of 100 days for the crime of carrying arms for exclusive use of the armed forces.

The Judge, of the Fourth District of Federal Penal Processes in the State of Mexico, found El Tigre guilty of the aforementioned crimes. Flores Trevino was captured on 4th of September of 2009 by elements of the army when he was encountered aboard a pickup, carrying weapons, after his detention, a commando intended to rescue him, that generated a confrontation with the army, that saw the criminals fire anti-tank grenade launchers against the army vehicles.

Otis: The following information does not form part of the above Milenio article but is intended to give some background on "El Tigre".

When Heriberto Lazcano and Miguel Angel Trevino voted for Los Zetas to split with the Cartel del Golfo, they denounced El Tigre, who was trying to arrange a meeting between the heads of CdG and Los Zetas or "the company" as they were known then to CdG.

At the meeting, Los Zetas did not show up but the Army did and arrested El Tigre, the inference being that Los Zetas had given him up.

At the end of that month, seeking revenge for the death of one of their men, Concord 3 who was chief financier of Los Zetas,they issued an ultimatum to the Cartel del Golfo, deliver Samuel "Metro 3" Flores Borrego or face the consequences. CdG responded by expelling Los Zetas from Reynosa and other cities. M3 was eventually killed.




29 comments:

  1. He has been in jail or prison since 2009 without being sentenced ?

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    1. 718. Imagine how many years innocents are in jail or prison without due process in Mexico. Believe it or not, some are in there for the protection from the outside forces. Although easier to survive on the outside, it is not easier for legal system to be forgiven

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    2. 7:18 pos a güebo, but the time counts as time served, he is half way through it, lucky asshole, if he wuz a paletero he could be deader than a dead rat serving a life sentence.
      Eso se saca por andar ahi de pinchi caliente.

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    3. I wonder if they give sentence reductions to compensate for time served. If so, El Tigre’s escolta should be free already.

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    4. Due process? In Mexico? LOL This is a wonderful country blessed for rapists, mass murderers, serial killers & pedophiles. This is a country that advertises impunity. Where every one from the taco vender to the president can murder and rape at will and the most get arrested but immediately released. Even in prison you can do what you want for a few bucks and even leave upon your own for “work release” go out assassinate people and check back in for a late dinner and nap.

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    5. Is that el tigre in the first pic?? He looks more like a beat up scare crow than a narco.

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    6. 2:37 mexican government should have 85 billion dollar MOAB bombs sent to restore order, instead of sending them to afghanistan to kill 85 taliban per strike...
      (programmed estimate)

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    7. 2:37 99% of the crimes that bother you ass is sanctioned welcome and appreciated by the world's lords of criminal aprovals, the US government that supports the corrupt governments of PRI, PAN, PVEM and other tortilleras and their criminal spawn.

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    8. 5:10 very funny lol!!!!! Scare crow on dope! LA verdad!!!!!!! Ja ja ja !

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  2. Lenient sentence!
    Expect this individual to continue doing what knows best upon his release.
    How many more will die in the future?
    Just stating the obvious!

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    1. I think RCQ proved it doesn’t matter how long they put these guys in prison, they will keep earning.

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    2. 8:22 sorry about it bro,
      you will have to keep that job as La Perra de la Carcel,
      just relax and enjoy it

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    1. Yes! To those who only received a lenient sentence.
      They know nothing better. That is a legit job!

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  4. What happens in Mexico when you get a 4-year sentence but you’ve already got 8 years of time served?

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    1. well, you tell the inmate he has to dig a trench in the prison yard and then lay in it while several guards/hacks walk by and rip a few into the skull. TIME SERVED! They do not deserve to be released, if and when they are however they need to be dropped off in the middle of a rival’s disputed plaza with a sandwich board sign (like Bruce Willis) declaring the local jefe/capo a complete bitch and on the other side of the sign call him out that he is a sissy whore LMAO!! End of sentence, time served with chainsaws and axes.

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    2. Nothing,he should consider himself lucky to be alive.

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    3. You get credit earned for your next offense!


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    4. 12:21 you get apologies from the states attorneys, and one million dollars per year, try it.

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    5. Compensation mi hermano

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    6. @ 1221....you get a big round of 👏 and a thank you note from the government.with a autograph 📷 of Enrique Pena nieto wishing you luck on finding a job in Mexico...att " EL PRI"

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    7. 2:32 imagine if you ever get imprisoned,
      you would get it up the ass every minute
      just because of your big mouth,
      and don't even pretend you are innocent or just "not guilty", bitch.

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  5. Haha 12:21 good question.You would think compensation would be in order but I doubt it.

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  6. Why not in the USA where prison is real for a cartel boss ? Seems to me they just expend their operations while in Mexican prisons . Probably even get a new wife in there and live together and combine their criminal resource Raphael Caro Quintero .
    We gonna get RCQ and keep him in the USA

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    1. 1:57 sueñas, chaquetero mentalista.

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  7. Does el tigre always wear a striped shirt?

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    1. 2:30 no güey, esa nomás se la pone cuando lo arrestan,
      pa la foto, you know?

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  8. And one amparo later and he'll be out again!

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  9. Shit he still running dope from the inside and providing for his family....nothing has stopped

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