Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Zetas: Sister of Miguel and Omar Treviño arrested

by Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat

The Treviño sister is "Jefa de Plaza" of Nuevo Laredo

Procuraduría General de Justicia de Tamaulipas announced the arrest of Ana Isabel Treviño Morales.  She  was arrested Monday night in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, the city of which she is the “Jefa de Plaza” (Plaza Boss).  

The arrest was directed by the Attorney General of Tamaulipas (PGJT), and conducted by the Army and the Federal Police.

The PGJT, stated that the detainee is the sister of Miguel Ángel and Omar Treviño Morales, aka Z42 and the Z40, and is accused of a kidnapping, committed in November of 2016.

The A.G. said intelligence indicates that the Treviño Morales family operate the Zetas cartel mainly in Nuevo Laredo, where they control organized crime activities of; human trafficking, drug trafficking, extortion and kidnapping, homicides, disappearances, oil theft, among others.She, along with her friend 'La Teniente', also control organized crime activity in Coahuila bars.

In July 2013, Z40, her brother, premier leader of the Zetas, was stopped between Sabinas, Coahuila, and Nuevo Laredo, with two million dollars, eight long weapons and 500 cartridges. Ana Isabel immediately filed a writ of amparo, against any arrest warrant, in any location. The request was presented and granted on July 22, 2013.  


The amparo was ratified by payment/fee in the amount of 31,500 pesos. It should be remembered that Z40 was granted four amparos in the First District Court of Amparo.   It has supposedly helped him against any “mistreatment”.

After the capture of the Treviño brothers, the Zetas organization split and the part controlled by
Trevino’s was named Cártel del Noreste or CDN. Miguel’s nephew José Francisco "Kiko" Treviño, was left in charge.  


It was the capture of Kiko Treviño by US authorities in Texas  in September 2016, that prompted Ana Isabel to be given control of Nuevo Laredo, a city in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, a critical point of entry for drugs into the U.S. She continued her position of overseeing organised crime operations in Coahuila bars.

In March of this year, The National Security Commission (CNS) transferred Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, "El Z40" , from the Altiplano prison to a penitentiary center located in Ciudad Juárez . The change was due to “the habitual rotation” that was  authorized by  Judicial Power.


Ana Treviño was born in 1968 in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.


Amparo

I make no claim to understand the “Amparo” of the Mexican judicial system.  It is very complicated to laymen and even legal minds. Several nations have copied the Mexican Amparo and incorporated into their constitution. I asked J.L., my favorite go to legal mind,to give me an overview of what the amparo is.
I will say that one of the suspects in the case of the Iguala kidnapping  of 43 students, one of the G.U. leaders directly involved, was quietly released from prison and charges dropped, all because of his amparo and subsequent “violation of his human rights”. 

I recall in the case of Miguel Treviño Z40, the judge granting his fourth amparo, warned the attorney to advise Treviño that the amparo was only good if he halted criminality.  So it would seem the amparo was good until the date granted. Which may explain why je had so many. Another issue was the failure to pay the fee for the 4th amparo, that inaction nullified the last amparo of the year he was arrested. Amparo literally translated means “protection”


From J.L
Theoretically, an amparo is a judicial remedy available to a claimant to protect his or her constitutional rights against proposed or actual government action. An amparo may also be used to appeal an adverse court ruling. From what I read in Mexican media, amparos are most commonly used as protective court orders, that is, a court order that prevents a government agency from taking certain actions against the claimant, or orders a government agency to desist from continuing a certain activity on the grounds that such governmental activity will violate the claimant's constitutional rights.

Unfortunately, the Mexican government has a well-established history of violating the constitutional rights of its citizens. Furthermore, its law enforcement agencies are badly trained and routinely employ unconstitutional methods to obtain confessions. Finally, in my opinion the government prosecutors and investigators do a very poor job of challenging a typical petition for an amparo, so judges routinely grant them.


I have not seen the details of the amparo obtained by the Trevino sister, but just on the face of it, the amparo had to have been obtained to protect the Trevino lady from actions that would have taken place about the time the earlier amparo was obtained in 2013(?). While the government could have been prohibited by that amparo from detaining her at the time, the government could arrest her (as it has done today) for different criminal acts committed after the original amparo was obtained. In other words, an amparo is only good against the activities complained against in that specific petition for an amparo. An amparo may continue to protect the claimant only against the government actions that the claimant alleges in that document, but it is does not protect the claimant for different criminal acts.

So, for purposes of understanding an amparo, it is best to describe a typical process: A suspect learns that the government has issued a warrant for his or her arrest, or that the government intends to take other action against him/her. He or she goes to court and claims that, for the reasons described in the petition for amparo, if the government is allowed to carry out its proposed actions against the claimant, it would result in irreparable harm to the suspect's constitutional rights. It is at this juncture that the government could challenge the validity of the allegations in the petition for an amparo -- and I have read of several instances where the government has successfully opposed a petition--, but typically, the government does not oppose the petition or does a poor job, and the judge grants the petition. That is what usually happens. Subsequently, unless the government successfully challenges the amparo, the government cannot enforce the original arrest warrant or take action on the allegations that supported the original warrant.

97 comments:

  1. Is picture of Dona L.? Other pictures show Ana Trevino arrested in a pink shirt

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    1. the foto is directly from the PGR website of tamaulipas. see their press release page. They refer to her as Ana Isabel "N"

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    2. Maybe it was the other person who was arrested with her

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    3. can you send in a link about a second person? It does not say anything about a second person that I can see and not on the pgr website.

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    4. OP is mistaken, the photo he saw was probably re-used & actually belongs to another detainee who was reported on by BB in June - http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/06/la-potra-from-sinaloa-cartel-detained.html

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    5. Here is a link of the gal with pink shirt: http://periodicocentral.mx/2017/pagina-negra/narcotrafico/item/22322-detienen-a-la-hermana-del-z-40-en-tamaulipas

      Here is another link with Ana Isabel without eyes covered:
      https://plus.google.com/101669514707742744282/posts/Yg7XY4DMmkM

      Finally link with one or both?: https://elblogdelnarco.com/2017/11/28/le-cayeron-todos-los-federales-isabel-trevino-hermana-del-z40-nuevo-laredo

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    6. Chivis, hope all is well my friend. Have you seen the DEA’s recent report on Mexican DTO’s? The pic here at BB of Kiko Treviño is it the same guy from the latest report? I really can’t tell...I can definitely see the Treviño resemblance in the DEA picture

      Here is a picture from the DEA’s latest report of Kiko Trevino.
      http://ww4.hdnux.com/photos/67/14/01/14467163/3/696x696.jpg

      Huevo Treviño current CDN boss
      http://ww1.hdnux.com/photos/67/14/01/14467164/3/696x696.jpg

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    7. Hey Chivis;
      Thanks for the elongated version of an AMPARO.
      It is also used frequently in much less dramatic terms, ie , civil disagreements etcetc. Ejidos filing Amparos against legitimate landowners who have legal titles the Ejidos like to contest. Think illegal land grabs, can go on for YEARS.

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    8. there are 4 or 5 different sections of amparo amendment. one is ejidos

      The gob illegally grabbed land that belonged to the Martinez family for over 100 years. A famous hotel now sits there.

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    9. Yes same guy. the foto above is from Texas, it is his mug. I have the foto of Huevo-same one i think from DEA website.

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    10. @8:48 yes that is the one. El Potra. I did a search and came up with the same photo in 6 articles all the same of Potra.

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    11. Mexican government is hilarious with giving out Amparos to known Cartel members. WTF Mexico.

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  2. WHat?! 12 siblings and the girls ... a little much

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    1. Thankfully the Zetas have sunk to the bottom: from elite soldiers to the sister of two car washers!

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    2. 2:45. Who knows if she actually was a boss of a plaza or just there to deal with money. Either way, very surprising she doesn't live in TX or other state in the United States. If it were Guzman's sisters, they would be living comfortably out of harms way as much as possible. Disturbing

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    3. @3:10

      This just continues to show how little the Trevinos trust anyone else in the organization to run the business.

      Clearly a sign that they know once a Trevino is no longer in power, their control and prestige is finished.

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    4. @6:59. They are independent contractors with a significant hold not related to drugs in the United States. While their days in drug trafficking may be diminishing, this does not mean they will not survive. Power, control, and prestige may not be appropriate words to use in the case of drug trafficking. For example, is a drug trafficker widely respected for their achievements, knowing drug trafficking is not a stable field of work?

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  3. Not CDN? Gulf behind this mix up

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  4. I hope this individual never sees the light of day.
    A bit of good fortune to those living under her reign.
    Karma has bitten you in the end.

    Good news BB

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    1. Somebody wants more money and has their hands in wallets that don't belong to them

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    2. @ 2:58
      You make a good point.

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  5. She was probably just a placeholder taking orders from other "figureheads".

    As we have seen with the continuing splits, the capos and soldiers are continuing to grow discontent with the "family dynasty".

    As bad as the Trevinos were, their carnage only synthesized an environment and treachery where someone at least twice as worse will emerge as the new leader.

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  6. hang the bitch high in the rafters. The whole family is extreme shit and they all need to be exterminated.

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    1. Come and try it

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    2. 2:14 . You hit the nail on the head . A family of garbage . Lets wait 5 years and see how many of them are even living . 3:05 I am way up north of there but if one crosses my path it will happen . That is unless he wants to go peacefully . These cowards do seem to throw up their hands when the table gets turned and they are facing danger themselves .

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    3. 4:43 I beleeve you are a Baad Hoombre, but you should get started with francisco javier garcia cabeza de cagada de vaca, he is one real motherfukker in business thanks to osiel cardenas and now the governor because "he got it" early and betrayed his golfas and his zetas left and right.
      That is a trophy kill, not one poor huachicolera madam of bordellos of blood for seta maruchaneros and lavacarros

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    4. me personally would shove her through a wood chipper

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    5. Blah. Blah. Proof of cabeza de vacas wrong doings? If I am not mistaken it 2 out of 3 of his predecessors locked up with another probably next. Proof or just childish name calling? Tony M.

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    6. 6:32 one unmistakable proof of corruption is the unexplainable sudden affluence and abundance of property, houses, cars, ranches, even before winning his first municipal mayor of Reynosa election, cabeza de cagadas de vacas was starting to draw donations from Osiel cardenas.guillen.
      --There are many reports about the new narco-governor, francisco javier cabeza de cagadas de vacas, his properties and his businesses. Two or three may help convince you, google some, he even ordered the extra-judiciary murder of comandante toro, his partner.

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    7. You don't just become governor or presidente over night by a miracle from heavens, you earn your appointment by being the worst motherfacker in the hood, fear, nurder, robberies, and kidnappings for ransom help a lot, now you can see the hand of cabeza de cagadas de vacas all over tamaulipas crime...

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  7. Honestly if their whole family were killed including the children, I'll be glad either way they will grow up to be a filth

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    1. children? that comment makes you on par with "those filth"

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    2. It may sound cold, but some blood lines need to be ended..

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  8. The Trevino’s got a few young nieces in their 20s and their boyfriends/husbands are in the drug trade In both Laredo’s.
    I was in nvo Laredo sunday evening and military presence was heavy.

    La doñita wash cars too? Lol

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    1. Let’s be realistic here for a moment. Why would anyone think otherwise from a family of narcos?
      They have become accustomed to the money.
      Money from the miseries of others without any remorse.
      Literally surprised though that they still breath and walk on this earth.

      Mexican trash at its height with this family.

      Note:
      Not referring to Mexicans in general.
      So please let’s not get those panties in a bunch with those unwanted comments.

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    2. @4:45

      Why not refer to them as human trash?

      Are Mexicans less than human, according to your point?

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    3. 4:45 for "trash at its height" you could call on televisa actresses or the wives and daughters of mexican politicians like epn, Carlos Romero deschamps, la pinchi gabiota que ora anda de güila en Florida, or the Mnuchin "wife", just to give güeras an even chance at it.
      To be at height it takes a lot of money this niña treviña I am sure does not have.

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    4. @6:54
      If it best appeals to your liking so be it.
      But trash comes in all colors, shapes and sizes.
      As stipulated in comment not referring to Mexicans in general.
      Note; am of Mexican ancestry.
      Call it like I see it.
      So no need for assumptions to a far left.

      As for @9:27
      Point well taken.

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    5. 6:54. While human trash is stereotypical, it does not display adjectives to describe what kind of human trash. For example, garbage can be defined as a human's trash

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    6. 4:03 Pos a Güebo! The Maria Antoñetas of the world are the cheapest of the most expensive bola de putas baratas.
      and then cynics ordering the Peepol to eat the bizcochos for food, cabronas oportunistas.

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    7. Are you joking,no offense ,look at the hysterics

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  9. Tamaulipas is just making way for Mencho... They keep catching zeta bosses from different cells

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    1. Yup got that right

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    2. Menso cant take over any other plaza now what makes you think jalisco can take tamps lol foh

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    3. No, all these is old school zetas/CDG. Menso can come and try but jaliscas have been crying wolf since 2008.

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    4. Regardless of any outcome no organization will take over Tamaulipas because this shit runs deeper than $. Family members of old school or new Cdg/Z narcos live in Texas. (Family ties)
      A lot of independent dealers whom buy from CDG.
      I got an uncle in roma/Miguel aleman who at one point was a coyote(human trafficker) during the 70s/80s. They pay piso to plaza boss to cross individuals. It wasn’t that hard then but in the last 15 years it’s been real tough. Since the US gov. has been pressuring MEx on this drug war.

      Tambien pinche commandantes se pasan de berga con la gente que quiere pasar.

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    5. 6:12 you must be living under a rock!

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  10. "In July 2013, Z40, her brother, premier leader of the Zetas, was stopped between Sabinas, Coahuila, and Nuevo Laredo, with two million dollars, eight long weapons and 500 cartridges. Ana Isabel immediately filed a writ of amparo, against any arrest warrant, in any location. The request was presented and granted on July 22, 2013."

    so did she show up to court personally or through her lawyer?

    interesting tidbit there

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  11. Mencha will be done soon. EPN (Mencha's daddy) will turn over on him before he leaves office. Cuinis can't even stop that.

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    1. Like many until the government can force all government officials to stand as one.
      After all it’s the individuals of government that control and run this criminal behavior!
      Maybe then there can be peace among its citizens.

      However, we must take into consideration that greed often spills blood. Can greed be overcome?

      E42

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    2. I think for old souls like us it can be amigo, but, I don't think the majority of people can overcome.

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    3. Manuel Bartlett accuses luis videgaray, salvador cienpedos and the admiral of the marinas of being in cahoots with US northern and southern command to destabilize and militarize mexico's police functions to better protect the foreign privatizers of LatinAmerica, they even get financing to help buying mexican lawmakers' votes to pass "the necessary legislation", it has always been the mexican Department of Defense behind all the skirmishes and real murdering all over mexico using their great past historical "prestige" while blaming the biiig baaad maniacs, the narcos.

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  12. Sometimes I feel like nacho libre goodnight

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    1. " I don't believe in God, I believe in science!"

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    2. Until you get cancer

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    3. President Reagan was right once, when he said "as long as there are finals, there will be GOD there in schools"
      and I AGREE WITH ronnie on that only one thing.
      --But God is supposed to be anywhere no matter what
      and no matter who... talk about obnoxious...

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  13. I bet she cried like her fat ass brother...

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  14. *Off topic*

    So the United states
    Is keeping a bible away from Chappell but meanwhile Warren Jeff is somewhat ruling a cult from behind bars? A man that rapes children, wow smh America. I'd rather 100000 drug addicts die before 1 child be raped , after all no one pointed a gun at u and forced you to do DRUGS you made that decision knowingly.

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    1. Hasn’t been a thing such as a single leader of los Z (or even a United Zetas) since at least 2013.

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  16. Now all they need is Kiko Ozuna (Kiko Trevino’s dad) and Rodolfo (another older brother of 40 and 42).

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  17. Last month I wrote a prediction about mencho taking NL within a year. This arrest depicts a deal with the state gob. One of Mencho's strengths is his ability to project which of the the vital gob and military to place on the payroll. He is careful to pay unheard of amounts to keep key people.

    If you track his advancement east, you see he is targeting all major border cities west to east. If successful, he will succeed doing something all capos wanted, and some tried, but failed. Even El Chapo. By overtaking Ver and key points of tamps, he will have both coasts controlled for trafficking.

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    1. Your assertions are being clearly demonstrated. A monster has awakened!

      If your assumptions are correct in the end. Do you think the violence will cease? Moreover, its citizens to walk and live in peace?

      I can live with the devils presence if it conducts itself respectfully.

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    2. Ana isn't even apart of the cdn she just used her last name to do her own work

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    3. Better watch out, it is getting close to a real military engagement on the US side. Enough is enough and the uncontrollable massacres and executions won’t last much longer. I say after Christmas early 2018 the US is going to make a decision as Trump propmised months ago to designate the Mexican drug cartels as Terrorist Organizations and they will be treated as such. We never let the Colombians get this far and we sure as hell won’t allow Mexico either. Once they are declared Terrorist Organizations it is going to be a military contractors delight.

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    4. he might get both coast but this will bring more attention from the gringos and more pressure from them. He will go the way of chapo sooner or later.The gringos needs a new enemy when guzman got life with special treatment in Florence.

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    5. wouldve been interesting to see if mencho couldve advanced thru TJ if the Felix brothers were free and alive

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    6. cartels have gotten so weak since all the captures and deaths
      it would almost be a joke if Mencho didnt control all other cartel strongholds

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    7. 1:30 people laughed at me, which was understandable I suppose, when I said Mencho was in TJ. I was proven correct. Same with his limited alliance with linea. For me He has been the easiest capo to track.

      BUT luck has played a huge part in his rapid advancements. But one has to give the devil his due. he is shrewd and has keen instincts.

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  18. jail house lawyer n 206November 29, 2017 at 10:49 AM

    Spot on Chivas. A friend of mine knows a guy whose girlfriend has a cousin who works for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He claims this current chain of events started with the capture and abduction of Los Chapitos from the El Leche Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta. Specifically, this person believes that El Mencho was attempting to obtain tunnel time from operatives linked to the Sinaloa Cartel. However, any requests for access to CDS controlled tunnels had to be approved by El Mayo. Apparently, El Mayo was not responding to El Mencho's repeated requests for tunnel access and hence the abduction of the Guzman Juniors. Upon the successful abduction of Guzman's sons from El Leche, El Mencho was able to trade the lives of Los Chapitos for access to CDS controlled tunnels. As readers of BB already know, El Mayo then spoke with Mexico's Attorney General, and the deal was approved. El Mencho was granted additional access to CDS controlled tunnels and the lives of the Guzman Juniors were spared. To conclude, El Mencho's ability to obtain influence on both the Pacific coast and the Gulf coast of Mexico is plainly evident, especially on the Pacific coast. The Port of Manzanillo is clearly CJNG territory. On the Gulf coast, if CJNG controls the Port of Veracruz, then it appears as if both coasts will be his. Lastly, the irony here is also plainly evident. Some observers believe that El Mencho is just responding to Trump's border rhetoric and hence is logistically focused on the vast shorelines linking Mexico and the United States. The notion that a border wall or fence will inhibit the flow of narcotics, weapons or human cargo into and out of Mexico and the United States appears foolhardy at best.

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    1. He was smart to go for Ver first. He has alliances with a number of CDG groups. that is his MO...make deals they can't refuse, get the permission or agreements, then decapitate those he used. Figuratively speaking of course, although literally can apply. Thanks for your comment....C

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    2. It has to be true, now i understand why so MANY people from cds flipped to work with Mencho. They would norlt respect him if he wasn't really taking plazas

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    3. Makes sense but wtf does the d.o.c have to do with any of This? That was just plain dumb bro lol good opinion tho

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    4. Chivis, what CDG groups have allied with CJNG? Is it mostly upstart groups like Rojos de Tampico and M28 de Rio Bravo?

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  19. Zetas and CDG cannot let outsiders take over tamaulipas.

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    1. I remember when BLO had an alliance with los tejas, back when BLO was with CDS. Anything can change. Either way CDG has always had an alliance with los michoacanos, they produce a lot of the product that flows through Tamaulipas. Cdg plaza bosses from matamoros to Miguel aleman will let another organizations push their product as long as that $ hits.

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    2. Jesus Albino Quintero moved weight through Tamps and even sold product to CDG. Sinaloa has always been in Tamps brother just some players make money instead of wars

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    3. Jesus Albino Quintero moved weight through Tamps and even sold product to CDG. Sinaloa has always been in Tamps brother just some players make money instead of wars

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    4. Is that old school player doing time?

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    5. Yea he was caught but he has millions hidden away so when he gets out and he will get out because the quinteros have that kinda power

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  20. This family is big with many sisters and brothers.

    Juan Francisco alias Kiko Ozuna (1955), Arcelia, Chelo (1957), Irma (1959), Alicia (1961), Rodolfo (1963), María Guadalupe (1964), José (1966), Ana Isabel (1968), Jesús (1970), Miguel Ángel (1973), Oscar Omar, Alejandro o el 42 (1976), Cristina (1978) and Adolfo (1980).

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    1. Jesus was killed in NL in 2007 and Adolfo was killed in NL in 2008-2009.

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  21. Z40 get's arrested wearing camo cargo shorts and his sister gets caught in a camo top. Those Trevinos sure have style!

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    1. That was their car washing gear

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    2. Shut up! I almost bought same shirt (new) at the pulga in Mexico. Wrinkle free. Cold wash. Quit your bitching. Salvador Sanchez ( it looks nice).

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  22. Mencho will not take laredo laredo is crawling with zetas that are zetas not just cdn. Mencho can not come into tamaulipas. Hes people will get torn apart. Listen to all you people that dont seem to be smart enough to understand mexico is too big for one cartel to control everything. It will never happen. Also for jaliscas to enter tamaulipas they wld have to have help from a local criminal group and any group that flips and let jalisco in wld be at war with all the rest of the cdg and zetas factions. It will not happen. It will not happen in veracruz either. In puebla jalisco did kill the number 2 zeta in that state last week or so. Tamaulipas is another story

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    1. Sorry to tell you but Tamaulipas is out of control, last time i checked there are 3 zeta cells and like 8 golfo cells all at war with each other. I'm sure one of those cells would want to roll with an actual cartel like in tijuana and veracruz instead of fighting all the time. There was a story about a guy from jalisco that is in nuevo Laredo that was most likely going to run with Mencho. I read it here a few weeks ago, look in to it. Sorry to burst your bubble

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    2. The rabble may be fighting each other for gramos, car windows, lanchas, table scraps and maruchan, but the governor has his shit going full sails, helped by delictive polesia estatal and epn's federales, army and the marinelas that killed comandante Toro and others for him recently and took down some police associates to silence them,
      they say the postman always rings twice, but garcia cabeza de cagada de vacas is no cartero. He murdered his way to the top and murder will keep his ass there.

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    3. What current cdg cells exist, also which ones are against each other ?

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  23. Odd how 40 was granted 4 amparos when most bosses can barely get one, at most.

    Not to mention being locked up for 5 years now with zero talk of extradition.

    Makes you wonder what really is going on.

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    1. Ironic how she has a camouflage shirt and z40 had camouflage pants on hahaha

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    2. They have to get enough little ones in order to fry the big fish, like Gen. Kelley.

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  24. Are amparos one of the main reasons that the Mexican Judicial system has worked to protect organized crime and cause criminal injustice to the lower class citizens?

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  25. The Mexican judiciary comes from the mainland European systems of law, which is Roman and Napoleonic.
    Other countries did not "copy" the Mexican system. It's simply mainland European. It is different because the U.S has the ENGLISH system of law, which is different from mainland Europe.

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