Monday, January 22, 2018

Video: El Molca, his view of the transition of Milenio Cartel to CJNG and his La Resistencia

Chivis Martinez from Truth Witness-Thank you Char and Chava



The Milenio Cartel, or Cártel de los Valencia, was a Mexican criminal organization based in Michoacán. It relocated in Jalisco in the early 2000s.

The Milenio cartel first appears in the late 1970s when the Valencia family, an avocado farmer family from Tamaulipas [article says this but they are from Aguililla , Michoacánstarted to grow cannabis and opium poppy in Jalisco and Michoacan, and started selling these drugs to bigger cartels. By the mid 1990s they had close connections with Colombian traffickers like Fabio Ochoa Vásquez of the Medellin cartel and by the early 2000s they were working with synthetic drugs provided by Zhenli Ye Gon. By this time the cartel had taken several hits from the government, like the 2003 capture of their leader Armando Valencia, so in order to protect their structure the new leader, Óscar Nava Valencia, associated with the Sinaloa cartel, and the Milenio cartel became a branch of what was known as the Sinaloa federation, under the direct orders of Ignacio Coronel Villarreal.

Luis Valencia Valencia and Óscar Nava Valencia took control of the cartel after the arrest of Armando Valencia Cornelio on August 15, 2003. The cartel operates in at least six Mexican states: Michoacán, Colima, Jalisco, Mexico City, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas, where it produces marijuana and heroin. Another relative and close associate is Oscar Nava Valencia.
On October 28, 2009, Oscar Nava Valencia (El Lobo) was captured after a gun battle with Mexican Army troops in the municipality of Tlajomulco de Zuniga, Jalisco. Oscar Nava and his brother, Juan Nava Valencia were responsible for the planning and smuggling of cocaine shipments from South and Central America to the port of Manzanillo, Colima from where it was smuggled into the United States.

After the arrest of Oscar Nava Valencia, his brother Juan Nava Valencia took over the leadership of the Milenio Cartel until May 6, 2010 when he was arrested in Guadalajara during an operation by the Mexican Army.

With the 2009 capture of Óscar Nava Valencia, leader of the Milenio cartel, and the death of Ignacio Coronel Villarreal, of the Sinaloa cartel federation, a power vacuum emerged and the Milenio broke into smaller factions, being the most notable La Resistencia, headed by Ramiro Pozos El Molca and the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) headed by Nemesio Oseguera El Mencho, and started a turf war for the control of the region.

La resistencia formed a brief alliance with Los Zetas, the CJNG reunited with the Sinaloa cartel, and other remnants of the milenio that splintered from the Sinaloa Cartel went independent and reached a working agreement with La Familia Michoacana, but when la Familia was disbanded in 2011, the Milenio Cartel relocated to Guadalajara and forged an alliance with Los Zetas Cartel.

On January 29, 2011, Oscar Nava Valencia was extradited to the United States to face charges of conspiracy and drug trafficking in the Southern District of Texas. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison on January 8, 2014. 

60 comments:

  1. Cabeza de puerco y nariz de carmen campuzano

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  2. Que fecha es la entrevista?

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    1. I believe the date was in March 2012

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    2. you're so wrong Chivis. this video was made the day of his arrest, Sep 12, 2012.

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    3. 6.02 "you're so wrong Chivis"

      Shit man your pedantic. Mar/Sept ?
      She said 2012,get a grip

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    4. heyy chivis why the article say the valencia family are from tamaulipas , this is very wrong they are from aguillilla michoacan

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    5. 6:12 Translated as reported, in parentheses translator reporting for BB makes clear that bla bla bla,
      I also know some Valencias from Zapopan from more than 50 years ago, they migrated from Siberia 5 000 years ago to jaliskaland.
      Never mind the original migrant gypsies from Japan to Perú, where japonés/Peruvian emperor/presidente Carlos Alberto fujimoi is in prison these days while his millionaire daughter senator tries to get daddy set free.
      It doesn't matter where you are from,
      just make sure you are there,
      and don't waste your time and ours with mamadas.

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    6. 10:29 calm down clown!

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  3. He sure looks like a Trevino!

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  4. He looks stressed like he's under a lot of pressure. He comes across as very honest though.

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    1. 2:33 El Molca laughed all through his interrogation,
      --LA Mano con Ojos didn't look too unhappy either, as he tells Alfredo Castillo de Kagada he was going to kill him, and that he sent $400 000.00 us dollars, "not $40 000.00 pesos Castillo says he did not receive" I believe Castillo, he received NO PESOS, BUT I BELIEVE Oscar Garcia Montoya, "El compayito" alias La Mano con Ojos...he should have killed castillo instead of sending him any money, because all he got was imprisonment from a mexican narco-politician.

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    2. ¡Santo Cielos! Millie, thank you for fully waking me up, the coffee wasn't the trick this AM, even with a couple of Biscochitos. and I have never stopped loving the moniker you tagged, "de Kagada" too perfect. How I hate that POS....PAZ

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  5. But this was way before CDS vs CJNG happened, Molca was trying to start some shit between them and cds told him to stop that

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    1. This was after the death of Nacho Coronel, which was when factions of the Coronel organization began fighting for control. Yes, this is before the so-called war between CJNG and CDS. Your mistake is in describing what is going on now as “CJNG vs CDS”; in reality it’s more like Los Menchos (who were formerly Sinaloas) vs gente de Cholo (also used to be Sinaloas) vs other hold-overs from Nacho’s organization (now referred to as Sinaloas). It’s not CDS vs CJNG, it’s a continuation of the infighting between Federacion groups that started with Nacho’s death.

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    2. Infighting could have been the correct term years ago, Mencho has created an empire and will forever have him cemented in narco history.

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    3. Something like that but sinaloa should have jumped in to help el Mila, now there's cjng who are taking cds plazas,

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    4. 11:00pm name one plaza they have taken from CDS? Really tho just one. TJ is still owned by Mayo, cjng in tj aint nothing but street corner drug dealers. They dont have the reins on anything that has to do with the border from Cali to Texas. Jalisco is about done in Baja from all reports for some reason, BB wont publish articles of jalisco losing ground in Cabo, La Paz. Save the cjng taking plazas for when or if they ever do. I mean they been veracruz for almost 10 years and still dont have it, or Guanajuato for that matter lol

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    5. 3:13 just because you think you are "Queen of the Nile" and gave birth to Moiseis, it doesn't mean it is true, either.

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    6. 313 aun que lo dudes y te duela la nueva generacion ya son dueños de tj cabos tambien y cds solo tienen a culiacan de ahy todo lo demás son de los. Bl

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    7. Ahora les toca a la Nueva Generación pero lo que yo creo es que el Isidro es el que se ya quedar con todo al Final

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  6. I have two uncles that moved a lot of work from Miguel Aleman that were killed. They were associates of el cartel milenio. After Juan Garcia abrego was arrested, one of my uncle's was at war with el Yune Garcia and ociel Cardenas. It is true El nacho coronel also sent work towards Tamaulipas because I have a friend that use to watch over his loads...in those days was when drug traffickers had real money.

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    1. Stop lying bruh

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    2. Ok bruh, I'm lying...for anyone else and is familiar with "el corrido del zarape" that's who I'm referring to (bruh) Ayi se los dejo de tarea.

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    3. quien era tu tio el Flaco pena o que

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    4. @4:24PM
      I️ don’t know why but I️ believe you..
      Adelino Lopez aka el senor de los caballos

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    5. A si es...lo mataron por la espalda en Guadalajara. El otro tio que mataron se quedo con el caballo el zarape.

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    6. Why do the clowns persist in ridiculing anyone who says they have relations in the game?

      8.09 Take no notice of these half assed comedians

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  7. The only thing that I learned from the video is that he used a 6.8 masada rifle and a 5.7 FN pistol. Good choice of weapons.

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    1. Yup, got two FiveSevens. I had out version of the Massada, the ACR but not in 6.8 SPC.

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  8. Good find Chivis....looks like he's being straight up with the details

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  9. This comes off as the most honest of the capo interrogations. Compared to Chango Mendez (who seemed to spend 30 seconds thinking about his answers before giving them), this guy is almost believable.

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    1. Manos con ojos

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    2. Google, "El Compayito" took his Mano con Ojos nickname from a televisa character, el compayito also a marina and federal police.officer and has movie star looks, unlike most mexican narcos including lazca, z40 and El mamito, y aunque les arda el pedorro a más de cuatro.

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    3. @7:57 Yeah, that was straight! :D

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    4. gente de los Beltrán that fool was crazy as hell, it seems to be the Beltrans always had the best sicarios with the wildest name

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  10. Snitch, was biter that Mencho was taking over. Well there you have it, Mencho he took control of jalisco with an iron fist. He even took out the Sinaloas, the corona were people from nacho that refused to work with Mencho but got taken out. Zetas were trying to go in jalisco too but mencho put a stop to that.

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    1. "He even took out sinaloas" CDS has more control of Jalisco than Mencho also has way more money laundering operations in Gudalajara than any other cartel. La Corona still opertaes there and their leader is Martin Beltran Coronel he was arrested but released

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    2. 4:09 El Aguila was released, as soon as he sold his quota carro de paletas in prison, but La Mencha has had help from high above the Mexican government and the armed forces.
      No proof that any of them has paid prostitutes for their silence, or shit.
      --Vicente Fox running for president of the US says he is qualified, because among other things "Putin is not his papi".

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    3. 4:09
      This is interesting is this a branch of BLO

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  11. How did CJNG and CDS split??

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    1. Planting La Nacha Coronel for a shootout with the Mexican melitary got La Nacha Coronel out of the way for good,
      the rest is history...

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    2. BLO and Coroneles I believe we're never allies even while in the federation.
      That's why BLO had operations in Jalisco Nayarit and Zacatecas and let the Z in

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  12. I didn’t know the Valencia Family were originally from Tamaulipas
    I always thought that they were from El Cerro Prieto, Mich.

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    1. That's probably why the michoacanos took them out of michoacan and settled in jalisco. They were probably trying to take over, looks like the Valencia have a big family criminal history. Is Eric Valencia "el 85" part of that family?

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    2. they are from michoacan stupid from aguililla michoacan to be specific

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    3. 6:11 is correct. Many in the Central Valley in CA. I have made a similar post various times but never gets posted. Livingston CA very small but many there. Same with Delhi CA. Puro Valencia de Agulilla en esas areas.

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    4. You forget Redwood city and Santa rosa in the bay area.

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    5. @10:24 you are correct these guys CREATED the meth market. The 209 was #1 in meth. In the late 80s all the way to about 2003. Back then nobody in the Valley gave a fuk about any cartel in Mexico these guys had ALOT MORE MONEY THAN ANY MEXICAN CARTEL even back then.

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  13. The best capo interview I have seen. His information seems credible, or at least that he honestly thinks that is the way things went down.

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  14. Is his plastic surgeon still alive? Fuck the guy can't breathe

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    1. Haha for real. Molca must have had a bell pepper for a nose and figured “if I go with the MJ look they won’t recognize me”.

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  15. Who was this Gerardo Mendoza El Cochi, and why was Mencho's faction trying to kill him?

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  16. I dont believe this guy 100% i say this because my family has a few business in GDL and Z's (or people claiming) came in to charge quotas and CJNG came in and kicked them out and told the family CJNG sont charge quotas to the People.
    Unless he's talking about Bars and businesses owned by CDS...

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    1. They don't extort honest busniess people. Z WILL EXTORT ANYONE they can, once people had guns to fight back the Z went back hiding. The Z are the real shit criminal group, they are not shit. They have some power but they have been pushed to the eagle pass border. Most of their power is consolidated in the lower Texas region.
      San Antonio used to be viced by Z they are still there, but now it's mainly Houston how they've always been. And for those wondering Los Z have a very pure brand of coke that they hustle up to the North West.
      Or at least one group that is or was Z that is actually trafficking. I've had good quality from both a Houston and Dallas connection

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  17. Surely the players and the game have changed since 2012..not sure what relevance this article is..

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    1. Ever hear of historical reference? people that are interested in the Mexican drug war want this information. We don't come to this site for just the day by day. Go back to sleep snowflake.

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  18. http://m.excelsior.com.mx/opinion/jorge-fernandez-menendez/2018/01/24/1215625

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