Sunday, November 12, 2017

Kidnappers Use Government Data

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Reforma
Further Reading on the topic Insight Crime

                                                       

Mexico City (October 29 2017).- To select their victims of extortion and kidnapping, organized crime groups have used federal government databases.

A report from the National Center for Planning, Analysis and Information for Combating Crime (Cenapi) of the PGR indicates that the the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, in particular the Gonzalez Valencia brothers, pioneered the implementation of this technique, from paramilitary groups in Colombia.

Since the 1990’s, the Cuinis found in the kidnapping of avocado workers an alternative entrance to drug trafficking, that they carried out by accessing information from the former Secretary of Agriculture.

"It was an 'intelligence system', which consisted of reviewing the department of health registry of the then Secretary of Agriculture to know who were the farmers with large areas of avocado production - where their gardens were located - and how much their sales reported for export," says the document, signed on July 4, 2016 by Víctor Hugo Pérez Castro, director of the Cenapi sector, and handed over to a federal judge.

 "To the wealthy farmers," he says, "a quota was imposed on them and those who refused, or their relatives, were kidnapped or killed, as a form of pressure until they gave way."

This tactic, says the intelligence agency of the Attorney General, began to be replicated by other criminal groups such as La Familia Michoacana, in the middle of the last decade, and by the Knights Templar, at the beginning of the present, converting villages like Tancítaro, the largest producer of avocado, "as a source of financing parallel to drug trafficking."

The document states that, although there is talk that between 12 and 18 people are members of Los Cuinis clan, the ministerial authority has fully identified 9 of them as part of the structure of the organization.

The main one is Abigael González Valencia, "El Cuini" or "El Cachetón", arrested on February 28, 2015 in Puerto Vallarta, as well as his sister Rosalinda González, wife of Rubén or Nemesio Oseguera, "El Mencho", boss of the CJNG .

Also José María, "El Chema"; Luis, Érika, Édgar, Ulises, Elvis and Gerardo González Valencia; the latter was arrested on April 23, 2016 in Uruguay.

According to Cenapi, one of the main factors that has contributed to the success of Los Cuinis in almost five decades, and that has made them one of the richest criminal organizations of drug trafficking, lies in a very closed structure based on clans.

34 comments:

  1. failed state, when are the mexican people going to fight back?

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    1. 12:46
      They're not going to fight back. Sadly, the Mexican people enable the dirty politicians they complain of - it's been a co-dependent society when it comes to corruption.

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    2. ...When you step in and spearhead the revolution...

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    3. @12:46 They can't, the government won't allow them to own weapons for that reason. So they can't defend themselves.

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    4. When will the US quit using drugs?

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    5. 6:36 This is an excerpt from the Business Insider in 2015.

      According to Spanish newspaper El País, the cartel’s marijuana and poppy fields in Mexico cover more than 23,000 miles of land, an area larger than Costa Rica. It has operatives in at least 17 Mexican states and operations in up to 50 countries, Insight Crime reports.

      Drug use is heavy in almost all countries and including Mexico where I live. Did you read the article on Borderland Beat recently about the thousands of drug tiendas in just Mexico City. With signs in the windows advertising them for sale. The officials are paid to not stop them and look the other way. We know where the problems are in Mexico and it is all to common to put the blame on someone else.

      If you think that the people in the USA stopped using drugs that the crime would stop you would be delusional. These are crime syndicates and no type of crime is off the table. Just the street sales in Mexico would keep the horrendous crimes going, and maybe even more so. The authorities here in Mexico found and released 50 women yesterday in Puebla. They were kidnapped and being used as prostitutes. When does this all stop, with corrupt officials from the top to the bottom that allow things like this to happen so they can all get their cut here.

      Better question is when will the world quit using drugs? Let me answer that for you. Never! Drug use in the world has been going on for centuries.

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    6. @6:36 I am going to coordinate a meeting of all the US drug enthusiasts and explain to them that we need to stop doing drugs so the murders in mexico come to a complete halt . If everyone in the world quit using drugs the assholes that get away with all the killing would find another reason to keep on killing its what they do . Until the Mexican govt stops preying on the people things will never change blame the US all you want , but the problem is your corrupt system .

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    7. If we legalize dope we can let the user take respomsibility for his own action and the impacton everybody else will be less than it is now.

      Remember: after 30 yrs of WoD our streets are flooded with more, strongerand cheaper drugs than ever!

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    8. 11:39 just lately, the US gives billions of dollars to certain mexicans, and weapons and training, no other country does that for poor mexico, the days of the Alianza para el Progreso are far away in history, these days is collusion for profit by any means necessary for the benefit of owners of the corporations and the government, the peepol can go to hell, beleeve me.

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    9. @8:01
      You are definitely correct. Your analysis is 100%.
      Drugs are here to stay. Moreover, the corruption by officials on all sides of the country. Better yet, The World.
      Every country is fighting a war on drugs; from pushers, users and its corruptible counterparts.
      Education will be key if applied. But political forces hinder one from doing so.
      Too much money involved and to be made.

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    10. 5:05 education of whom?
      I suspect you insinuate education for the masses, the oppressex, the poor and the rabble, they have also been chosen for suffering as the price of admission to heaven and for depopulation programs.
      I propose re-education camps for the rich where they would learn to enjoy tortillas and frijoles and a glass of water, from the toilet again.

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    11. There is no light without darkness. - Sol Prendido

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    12. we will fight when the USA stops supplying arms and dollars to the cartels; China stops supplying chemical precursors for the manufacture of synthetic drugs; when USA and Canada abandon oil fracking; when USA, China and Canada close illegal mining in Mexico and finally when Central America stops sending its gang members ms13-barrio18 to commit a crime in Mexico.

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    13. 6:13
      You could have light without darkness, it's a fact. Study physics boy and get rid of that vacuous slime that comes out of you in the form of "deep" thoughts.

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    14. @2:16 One can’t exist without the other genius. - Sol Prendido

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    15. 4:59
      Not when it comes to light. You could have it without darkeness, study physics boy unless you're allergic to learning.

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    16. Good versus evil. That’s what I meant by it. Physics has nothing 2 do with this blog. Please keep studying. - Sol Prendido

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  2. The Cuinis would make father Marcial Maciel so proud! But I would be proud if someone could tie together former policia judicial federal commander francisco Sahagun baca uncle of Martitha Sahagun de fox, and her "kids" the famous Bribiesca Brothers to all the crimes on and from michoacan, connected to veracruz and all the country through FECAL and EPN by las Jaliskas and La Mencha.

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  3. I've bet some within Los Cuinis took notice of legendary Mexican kiddnapper Alfredo Rios Galeana and his tactics. Two of Galeana's underlings went on to create their own kidnapping organizations, Arizmendi Lopes aka "el mocha orejas" and and "Ecaletres" (don't remember the spelling). In the late 90s it seems everybody forgot that Galeana was the principal creator of kiddnapings and many went to go into drug traffiking and other crimes. Interestingly, he thought he could hide in Sol Cal, even occasionally singing under el charro desconosido in local clubs, intill he was outed. There is a very interesting back story throughout Galeana's criminal career ans his subsequent hiding.

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    1. And has a badass corrido

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    2. Alfredo Rios Galeana, a Sonorense, he was muy cabron, you read my mind, compita, he also used to hide in Pachuca Hidalgo, all the time, as Juan Pablo de Tavira the first warden of almoloya maximum security prison got murdered as promised by Rafael Caro Quintero, MAO Chón (miguel angel osorio chón) was a porro in the Universidad de Pachuca at the same time, and el lazca was about 10 years old...
      The hundreds of millions of pesos Rios Galeana stole were never recuperated but he was an excellent "radio patrulla" BARAPEM, EL PINCHE NEGRO DURAZO was the boss and salinas de gortari was working "behind the back" of president miguel de la madrid to become el chamuco mayor.
      El charro del misterio used to sing in palenques all the time.

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    3. Who would a thunk MAO Chón and RCQ would be running shit in 2017? Those evil fackers, now they ready to run in 2018 for the mexican presidency.

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  4. Pure scum robbing extorting and killing hard working people.

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    1. 3:59 Alfredo Rios Camarena used to rob BANKS, he also killed polesias, bancaria and shit, no problem for BARAPEM officer Rios Camarena.
      He did not "rob mexicans" because he had his own stinkin' chanclas viejas, just think,
      where is the money? In the BANKS
      where should you Steal it from? From the BANKS!
      easy, you don't have to be a "scientist", try, think, bye.

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    2. After robbing some bank, Alfredo Rios Camarena gave some money to a woman on the scene, and told the guard there:
      "if you take it from her, i'll kill you, hijo de la chingada"
      Rios Camarena no era un culero.

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    3. Alfredo Rios *Galeana* NOT "Camarena".

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  5. Seems they're the governments new target. They're going to get blamed for everything. Ive been saying it, cartels are used like cattle; they raise them once theyre notorious they chop the head. They serve as a trophy for the gov.

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  6. I hope they hurry and exterminate these cockroaches .

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    1. 7:23 puleeze, I think snakes and rats are higher value trophies than cockroaches and tadpoles,
      And the mexican government is FULL OF THEM!

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  7. Once again crooked Politicos sharing information with the Cartel. Yea get rich u sob politicos. Than move to the USA.

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    1. It gets worse, politicos use government information AND send the military and their favorite poolice corporation to do their dirty deeds, mainly because they are the EXPERTS with dozens of years of experience, the sicarios excuses got old a while ago.

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  8. Lol this is a joke right? These guys had got most of there money from a missing warehouse of the famous carillo fuentes. They own the business now this shxt funny how the stories evolve. Yes theres problems as more and more people want to join their gang and when people get bored they riot and do dumb shxt. I personally know who they are and what they came from rags to billions Is what people think there money is consistent
    And has a networth value past pablo. But i never seen someone more powerful then pablo. I guess they got smarter. These guys are the the real ogs they help start it all. Bodyguards to stars they want to even push the limits to space 😂🏁✌

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    1. Former "president" of colombia alvaro uribe velez, "el Varito"
      Was a combination civil servant in civil aviation in colombia and employee of Pablo Escobar Gaviria, with a secret rage against his bosses in drug trafficking and his daddy, he got both murdered and exploited his own murder of his daddy to get away with murder using his political status and his AutoDefensas, his PEPES, his milicos, his guerrillas, his drug traffickers, his policia nacional, his paracos, and his US sponsors and partners in crime, even famous drug trafficking terrorist felix ismael rodriguez mendigutia who knew Pablo Escobar's secrets had to be made secret once and for all, he was his partner too, along with Carlos Lehder and "El Mexicano" and juan ramon matta ballesteros.

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