Thursday, November 30, 2017

El Mayo, El Chapo Isidro and El Mencho, among the 14 capos that EPN hasnt managed to detain

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

Subject Matter: Capos, EPN
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Carlos Alvarez
Its exactly a year until the end of the administration of President Enrique Pena Nieto, his Government has captured 108 of the 122 priority objectives, alleged criminals that were on the list and considered highly dangerous and the principal generators of violence in the country, among them Ismael Zambada Garcia, alias El Mayo.

Today they form part of the structure of six narco trafficking cartels, two bands of kidnappers, one chief of person traffickers, and whom the Government have offered rewards that go between 10 to 30 million pesos for information leading to their location or capture.

Between the alleged criminals most sought after that have been detained or taken down during the present administration are: Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera, alias El Chapo, ex leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, and Vincente Carrillo Fuentes, alias El Viceroy, ex leader of the Juarez Cartel.

Others detained or taken down are: Luis Fernando Sanchez Arellano, alias El Ingeniero, ex leader of the Tijuana Cartel, as well as Hector Beltran Leyva, El H, of the Beltran Leyva Organization; Miguel Trevino Morales, El Z-40, of Los Zetas; and Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, El Chayo, of the Knight Templars.





Also Gonzalo Inzunza Inzunza, alias El Macho Prieto, of the Sinaloa Cartel; Pablo Jaime Castrejon, La Marrana" of La Familia Michoacan; and Dioniso Loya Plancarte, El Tio of the Knights Templar.



Also Mario Armando Ramirez Trevino, El X-20, of the Cartel del Golfo, the Sinoalense Juan Jose Esparragoza Monzon, El Negro; and Francisco Javier Hernandez Garcia, El Panchito, member of the Beltran Leyva Organization, who arranged an alliance with Los Zetas to confront other criminal organizations.



Also the detention of Damaso Lopez Nunez, alias El Licenciado, and Damaso Lopez Serrano, El Mini Lic, father and son that disputed control of the Sinaloa Cartel with the sons of El Chapo, the brothers Guzman Salazar; Jesus Alfredo and Ivan Archivaldo.

Of the recent capture of Samuel Lizarraga Ontiveros, alias El Tortillero, alleged leader of Los Mazatlecos, among other capos, but not El Mayo Zambada.

Those they have failed to detain

The arrests during the administration of Pena Nieto have been greater than the 25 of the 37 proposed by the previous government, that of Felipe de Jesus Calderon Hinojosa, who were apprehended by the Federal or Armed Forces.

However, the arrest of the other capos, assassins or financial operators of the cartels is still lacking. Among them, from the Sinaloa Cartel, Ismael El Mayo Zambada, alias El Mayo, or that of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias El Mencho of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion.

Or that of Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno, El Azul, who although it is speculated that he died in a traffic accident, is still being sought by the Federal Government, and that of Rafael Caro Quintero, founder of the Guadalajara Cartel, who is now considered a leader of the Sinaloa Cartel by the DEA.

Or the arrest of Jose Antonio Cueto Lopez, former public functionary, who witnesses of the so called "Operation Cleanliness" identify as the key man in the case of bribes to the PGR by the Beltran Leyva Organization.

Jose Antonio Cueto Lopez

Also missing is the arrest of Fausto Isidro Meza Flores, alias El Chapo Isidro, another alleged leader of Los Mazatlecos, a criminal cell formed out of the split of the Beltran Leyva Organization with the Sinaloa Cartel.

Or the arrest of Juan Pablo Ledezma, alias El JL, who after the arrest of El Viceroy, assumed control of the Juarez Cartel. Or that of Juan Pablo Guijarro Fragosa, El Monico, the main leader of the border Cartel cell La Linea, in charge of the Chihuahua plaza.

Juan Pablo Guijarro Fragosa, El Monico
Or the arrest of Homero Cardenas Guillen, alias El Orejon, alleged leader of the Gulf Cartel, who it was speculated that he was betrayed and executed in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, although his death has not yet been confirmed.

Maxiley Barahona Nadales, alias El Contador, from Los Zetas, in charge of the Veracruz plaza, and allegedly responsible for massacres, murders, kidnappings and grenade attacks on Police corporations.



67 comments:

  1. Why don't they ever list all of the remaining high profile targets?

    And wasn't there an updated list of ~70 high profile figures as of 2016?

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  2. Always those paying bribes being the target. Those taking/demanding bribes are never the target!

    I just cannot imagine at all why that is!

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  3. 108 out of 122 is quite a success and since these 'targets' have been identified as the principal generators of violence we ought to see a much reduced level of violence.

    To all you folks out there in Mexico: has EPN strategy of getting the high priority targets reduced the violence markedly???

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    1. It doesnt matter how many they imprison, if they are free to run their organizations inside prison. Which in any Mexican prison is a distinct possibility.
      The only imprisoned Narcos that cannot run anything are in ADX Florence.

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    2. Too bad chapo will never see the inside of ADX... mark my words !

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    3. Maybe there was a Mexican mafia leader still running things from ADX Florence until he got caught now he’s like El Chapo no mail no calls no visits

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    4. I agree 100% with the prisons in Sinaloa and DGO, but I a do not think this is true anymore at Puente Grande from what I hear from people.

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    5. Drug related killings and kidnappings are at an all time high but you call the arrests a success?

      Wake up and smell the Chiba.

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    6. @8:13 no one from supermax even a mexican mafia member waas running anything from there. 3 levels & a 4th. low, medium & high then supermax admin. in supermax or admax you get nothing. u have know communicatuions with anyone. you dont even know what is happening in the outside world. if u get mags or newspapers they are heavily censored and cut to ribbons before you get them the mex mafia cat was not in admax but if he is now he has no contact under security management proceedures. there is a big difference from hig security to ADMAX. you are essentially done in admax, no contact, no talking with anyone, no seeing another inmate and very rarely a officer. you are contained to solitude and total isolation to drive you insane. It is what they call hell on earth once you are a management issue and put or sentence to ADX Florence ADMAX. The highest of all secure lockdown. your friends are the walls and floor. any communication if allowed is by video limited to 5 to 15 minutes maybe once a month if even that. you are done once in there you either die or go insane. fuck chapo.

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  4. Were is the list of government officials? Governors, senators, military, police, mayors..? Has to be heartbreaking for honest mx officials of any branch that want to make a difference. These terrorist organizations are being fought with one arm. It's a shame how much there greed has torn the country apart. My respect for officials on both sides of the border who care and are trying to make a difference.

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    1. As much as everyone wants this to be seen.
      Moreover, to be clearly evident and public.Doubt that such unwanted publicity for all political parties of government would be beneficial.
      Let’s not forget the backlash and possible fatal consequences for those exposing.

      Journalists are known to meet such fate in a country where they are considered problematic.

      E42

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    2. Edgar Veytia, where is he on the list and WHO THE F*** WAS HE WORKING WITH?!?!?!?!?!?!?! ABOVE HIM< BELOW HIM and HIS AFFILIATES! THAT MO-FO IS THE IS THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG!!!!

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  5. Off the subject. What happened to dr. Meriles

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    1. He has just been back to Court, the Feds tried to have him charged for the tweet he sent out for armed people to come out and resist the army, but a Judge said the Feds did not have a case.

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    2. Thank you for this quick update.

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    3. What has happen to Doc is too painful for me to write about. Let's just say those of us who love him are still "waiting for the man we know to come home".

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  6. I'm not sure this article is accurate. According to the Insight Crime article "Mexico Govt Refuses to Reveal Most Wanted List", El Azul, Juan Pablo Ledezma, Juan Pablo Guijarro and Maxiley Barahona Nadales were all removed from the list.

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    1. If you are a top level Narco, you dont need to be on a list to know they are trying to find you, unless you are paying the correct amount of bribes, and even then, someone might decide to pay them more, so they always have at least one eye on the door.

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    2. My point was that if the article I mentioned was true, then some of the subjects listed in this article are no longer counted among the 122 priority targets.

      Of course, there has always been confusion surrounding the list, since the government prefers to keep it a secret.

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    3. Meanwhile el chapito isidro walks freely around guasave, el naranjo and batamote you can see his convoys at parties and at gas stations. The other day he was eating at a carnitas stand and people were saying hi to him like he is a celebrity. I gues he is paying the right amount of bribes to walk freely like that.

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    4. "The list" gets made up as catch catches with the catch can, by accident mostly.
      Some of those on the list were caught when fecal was the president, but enrique (are you lissenin, enrique?) Has kept them in prison, but hey, deadlines do not care mooch.

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    5. Umm i read this article in blog del narco a day ago is that where you found this article if not its so simular to thers wonder if they found it where you guys found it because its very simular

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    6. @8:28AM Yes sir, much agreed. El señor controla Guasave y rancherías alrededor.
      D.E.P. Capitán

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  7. EPN. Will not catch Mencho nor Zambada. Mencho And Cjng represent and are backed by the newier goverment fraction. And Zambada and Azul protected by the older government fractions. Each have there own power, money. But it's reaching a boiling point. Mexicos election year will be very violent for it could decide which cartel will be destroyed and suffocated.

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  8. 3:01 because some of the profiles are secret. To not tip off the suspect. Or some times they don't even have a name or picture to go along with an alias. They don't wanna list they are looking for "el plebe desnutrido " when his alias is all they have.

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  9. Man that list is missing many people.
    Where’s El 20, El Contador the guy that’s part of CDS. Not the Zeta one. El Chavo Felix.
    El Panu, McCormick, El Nini/Rapido/09, El Guano, So many big names and nothing said

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    1. because the guys listed have international ties and are powerful, zambada mencho isidro all have people outside of their city, outside of their state Nd outside of the country working for them, they have power to make deals with government or to cause terror in some areas, el chavo felix el panu el nini theyre not at that level, yez they have money but the only people that see them as big timers are the people that listen to corridos yet in reality they have no big influence outside of their area theyre just in culiacan and surrounding pueblos and ranchos, theyre not traffickers theyre local sicarios that protect guys like the ones on the list and are more likely to get picked up and killed by another cartel.

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    2. the bosses on the list are the ones that get taken out when the government says their time is up and are personally untouchable by sicarios, if they die they die by the government.

      los ninis, el chavo felix, el panu, theyre replaceable, they are the ones that get killed by a local rival. and if they get killed in a shootout with government is because either they got gunned down while the governmemt tracked down their boss whos the main target not them, or because theyre being stupid and try to shoot at cops when pulled over amd cops shoot back. but yeah having a corrido doesnt make u powerful.

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    3. What about el Mono y la Muñeqa el Entenado la Piedra el Safado el Sabueso el Tunel y por ultimo la llorona y no te olvides de doña Tres todos en la lista.

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  10. Political change with an objective outcome in the end. What that outcome will be and for whom? Depends on the success of those remaining fugitives.
    We are all aware of the extent of drug trafficking within Mexican government. Past and present demonstrates the fortunes which have outweighed the moral issues causing misery and havoc globally.
    A billions of dollars organization supported by the appetites of those who consume. A consumption that will always exist worldwide.

    Like any corporation, monopoly is key for profits. All these apprehensions have an objective; Politically, economically and socially.

    E42
    Nice in-depth article BB

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  11. Mencho and mayo will be the last, but who knows?

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    1. Chapo Isidro won't get caught

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    2. mencho will fall first, mayo is extremely low key and the government loves that, chapo fell because he had too much attention, just like the zetas there was too much violence attributed to them and the governmemt had to do something about it, it happened in tijuana with teo amd arellano, cjng seems to be heading that way aswell so their end might not be too distant.

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    3. Isidro is smart porta escuela Beltrán before the war of course.

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  12. As long as they pay government for protection they will be OK

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  13. They are hunted . They may be paying but they can never be secure about how effective their bribes are . There are hunters out there hunting them in various different ways . They are hunted in so many different ways they don't have a chance . Their only hope is to stay completely off the grid or get to a place nobody would ever look . Then when they make some kind of contact it could be it . Probably living way out past the electric lines . If they have generators they have to have fuel . There are people watching for any hint . Then they may be hiding in a city . That has its own perils . Living the life of a king . A very scared king I add . Wonder if Caro Quintero still does lots of coke . His cocaine induced paranoia led to the death of a lot on innocent people back in the day . These are very insane people . RCQ they may know where you are right now .

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    1. Does El Mayo use drugs? I know El Chapo used coke for a long time then quit... I've heard El Mencho doesn't even drink.

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    2. Its like saying I know who you are and I know where you live. They have their people and the US has their people those people can be the same people or they cant.

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    3. Rafael Caro Quintero did his biggest kill ordered by the self appointed CIA officer felix ismael rodriguez mendigutia, the cuban emigré with tons of experience in intelligence undercover operations like drug trafficking, weapons for hostages, treason, money laundering, torture, terrorism, of state, of course, he would not be man enough to freelance without his handlers approval, he also was in on the drug trafficking from SE asia, Murders of Che Guevara and pablo escobar and el salvador and honduras murdering and drug trafficking with his compadre juan ramon matta ballesteros who did not escape from the US law where he did not have enough compadres...
      Compared to these great criminals of international renown, rafail caro quintero is a has been "puro cuento".

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    4. 8:37 Believe it or not!
      Propaganda induced psyhchosis is a million times worser than "cocaine induced psychosis".
      I pray for the good of the world that you qualify for Get Help Obamacare before you get to Las Vegas with all your NRA TOYS.

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  14. I wanna see El mayo caught to be honest how in the hell can you been in the Drug game and never step foot in a prision? That some sinaloa intelligence str8 up . Even mencho was lock up in USA rumors are his virginity got taken away there crazy stuff if you ask now he is a boss vueltas de la vida
    Juan Ramos JR

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    1. The info you heard was mixed up, chapos sons got back doored when they were picked up by rivals.

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  15. The Golden Rule in narco trafficking: He who has the gold, rules. Looks like RCQ, Mayo & Mencho keep the printing presses going so in EPN’s tenure only look at Chapo as an ‘accomplishment’ if one wants to call it that. Might be interesting to see how his term ends; could there be a surprise catch somewhere near his departure? He needs to keep up some sort of accountablity especially with all the scandals he & his wife were involved in. He needs a bit more credibility before he splits office. My guess is he will ‘get’ RCQ and turn him over to the US. RCQ is the least between Mayo & Mencho and just enough to get a distraction for the rest of the Sinaloa boys. It would be nice they all drop together but one will suffice for now. The US vengeance right now is focused on RCQ so I gamble that is who falls. Mayo rules, Mencho wants to but the key to Fort Knox lays with Mayo. He who has the gold, rules.

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    1. Interesting hypothesis I kind of agree & do think RCQ will tumble soon on behalf of narco peace and hands off capos. The Quintero hunt is bringing a lot of pressure on Mexico. You know our agents are ready but I think this time he will be executed to end the hunt. We don’t want him here in prison. We want him 6 feet under once and for all. If Mayito or Menchito send some clues I know the US will give whoever a heads up and lighten up on their hunt. You are right on one good point ——the golden rule!!! It’s always about who has more. El Chapo is the greatest example of this (rather was).

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    2. Funny you mentuion that. The ruling party in Mexico just rammed through Congress a new law to give all military the rights to also act as police. The war is on, this will be EPN’s last legacy militarizing the country and now full armed conflict. Watch the violence surge now. The Marina’s and all the military were just granted their wish. Total impunity, and total immunity to go after and eliminate the drug dealers. http://www.tampabay.com/mexican-congress-approves-law-allowing-army-to-act-as-police-ap_worlddf692c0bf88c449dada36616408d8e89

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    3. 10:04 no pinchis mames güey, "Forth Knox" is for politicians, their appointees and their putas baratas, (or expensive).
      Mexican capos del narco earn their way outside corridors of power and do not get to the coffers of the public trough, not because they don't want to, but because their masters have that public trough ON LOCK, puro patron there...

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    4. 4:55 thanks for a timely report, it had been reported that it was in the pipelines, on the US, the military have been getting hired by police departments in part because of their "excellent military training" , expertise, and hero status, they have brought police abuses up by the dozens a day, and they are seeking MORE OPPORTUNITIES with the police to keep unrully dangerous "mobs" and protesters from the streets and away from the great american dignitaries ramming the most idiotic "laws" up the americans collective arsehood without a reading, without debate and without opposition imput, because they "won" by manipulating, gerrymandering, kickbacks, and the most shameless faux based propaganda...
      Watch it, it is here on the US and it is growing, just see the adoring glances they throw each other every chance they get, even the BP is all politrickery now.

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  16. El Mayo is probably dead. It's not like the cartels readily share these events. That man is so old and hiding in mountains. Or probably was dead before Chapo was caught or after for not helping. They cannot trust one another. Wouldn't be surprise if Chapo sons did it to run things. Every man for himself.

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    1. those stoned out drug addicted cartel boys would not be able to keep their mouths shut. If he’s dead one of the junkies would already have it spread throughout the country

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    2. USA citizen here... I keep hearing ppl call cartel members junkies but I've always thought most cartels were disciplined and stayed away from using their own product..

      Percentage wise how many cartel members use hard drugs like coke, heroin and meth? Is it a lot?

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    3. The mexican grameros and many central americans in the mix, do not get paid in cash, they get a few grams a day to sell or to eat, and they must make ends meet with kidnapping and exploitation after the forced "sales" of their product on street vendors and shop owners, they need to have rights enacted into laws where they can sue their slave owners for wages and back pay, and their owners can she their capos or Godfathers, mexico would become a paradise for the workers.

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  17. Mayo pays his bills,and doesn't take risks unlike some of his partners.

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  18. Loz Avengers siempre activos con el senor chapito

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  19. They got el mayo????
    Or i am just to stupid to read the first lines correctly?
    "...
    his Government has captured 108 of the 122 priority objectives, alleged criminals that were on the list and considered highly dangerous and the principal generators of violence in the country, among them Ismael Zambada Garcia, alias El Mayo."

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    1. 9:31 I would count El Mayo Zambada among the 122 priority objectives, "of which 108 have been captured"
      --But you can try and squeeze as many giant steak potatoes outta your ass as you want

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    2. That sentence has grammatical smog and reads as if they did capture Mayate but most likely are trying to convey he's a principal generator of violence. Good eye.

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  20. A former henchman in the Sinaloa drug cartel now being held in Chicago is accusing Mexican and U.S. officials in a campaign of torture dating back to at least 2010.

    Attorneys for Jesus Raul Beltran-Leon, who is charged in the trafficking case against drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, have filed court papers that detail 16 cases in which drug suspects were allegedly tortured by members of the Mexican military who work with U.S. drug investigators. The court filing includes a photo of a female drug suspect allegedly being tortured by Mexican drug investigators.

    Beltran-Leon's lawyers on Thursday filed a motion in Chicago federal court asking the U.S. government to turn over evidence related to his "torture and psychological abuse while in the custody of Mexican authorities at the behest of the United States government."

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  21. Beltran-Leon says he was repeatedly tortured and humiliated by masked members of the Mexican Marines after being arrested in November of 2014. In an affidavit filed in federal court on Thursday, Beltran-Leon recounts how he was shocked with electrodes, subject to water torture and that his wife, baby daughter and mother were threatened with gang rape and murder. He said his "abductors held me down, placed plastic bags over my face, and began to asphyxiate me while others punched me in the abdomen, which forced the air in my lungs to expel faster."

    Beltran-Leon's attorneys say Mexican marines burst into his parents' home with guns drawn and seized him and his wife, along with his infant daughter. His captors are accused of threatening to rape his wife and kill his other family members.

    Beltran-Leon, 33 and a U.S. citizen, claims several English-speaking Americans were in the home during the raid.

    Details of other, similar torture cases were investigated and verified by the Mexican National Commission of Human Rights according to Beltran-Leon's attorneys. They maintain that U.S. investigators from the Drug Enforcement Administration were complicit in those cases as well and that the American government provides funding, vehicles, equipment and training to Marine members of the Mexican Navy known as SEMAR.

    Beltran-Leon's attorneys say he was forced to admit on a video that he loaded a plane with cocaine while one of El Chapo's sons, Jesus Alfredo Guzman Salazar, stacked the drugs in the plane and another son, Ivan Archivaldo Guzman Salazar, flew them from Culiacan to Chiapas, Mexico.

    While Beltran-Leon was blindfolded, a man speaking Spanish with an American accent questioned him about the whereabouts of the two sons, but Beltran-Leon replied he didn't know anything, according to his attorneys.

    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. attorney's office in Chicago have declined comment.

    In January, he was extradited to Chicago to face charges in the 2009 indictment of El Chapo and his reputed lieutenants. That same month, El Chapo was extradited to New York where he faces a related drug case.

    Mexican marines captured El Chapo last year in the Sinaloa city of La Mochis. He was on the run after breaking out of prison in Mexico in 2014.

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    1. I have the actual affidavit filed with the court on my scribd page. He was a body guard for Jesus chapos son.

      There are numbers pages of incident reports from Mexico now filed in the court.

      see his affidavit here

      https://www.scribd.com/document/366088210/Jesus-Raul-Beltran-Leon-affidavit-of-torture-by-Mexican-Marines

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    2. Many times it is not real DEA agents but private contractors and their hires or bounty hunters, the CIA alos used to do that since the end of WWII until they had to murder Kiki Camarena ease he found out about the CIA's abstruse shenanigans in mexico, then after a little while they went back like donkeys on the corn, but the DEA got primaried with CIA people at the top, vigilantes that have dragged the DEA's good reputation in the mud where nobody escapes without caca on their high heels all the way up to their eyeballs.

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  22. Homero cardenas was cought by mexican armed forces. He was not killed.

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  23. On another note.. My dad went to Leon, GTO..says the gold there sucks now

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  24. El mayo esta fuerte y es quien i
    Tiene mucho poder. Pero aun asi un descuido y se lo llevan de corbata. Muchas veces asi pasa.site agarran dormido te chingan. Asi que mario ismael zambada no la tiene segura. Pero pasando este sexenio y la libra entonces si viene lo bueno.ojala asi sea y nunca pise ningun penal. JAGL

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  25. 6:13 well , you can walk a mountain , you can sail a sea , but if you want oro hablando con cuidado

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