Monday, February 26, 2018

3 from Naples Italy, disappear after selling fake equipment to CJNG

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat

January 31, 2018, via WhatsApp was the last time anyone heard from three Italian men from Naples. Family members report that 60-year-old Raffaele Russo, his 25-year-old son Antonio Russo and his 29-year-old nephew Vincenzo Cimmino, were in Tecalitlán, Jalisco, on that last day of January when they last spoke to the men.

In the conversation with relatives they relayed that they had been stopped by police that day. 


WhatsApp to Russo’s son Daniele (above)
"Daniele, we were putting gasoline and stopped by the police, two police motorcycles and a police car ordered 'follow us' [...] now we are behind the motorcycles that said 'follow us' [...] and the car is behind us." That was the last communication from the men.
At that point the trio disappeared, along with the two white SUV’s they were aboard. 

That is until this weekend, when Jalisco State Attorney General Raul Sanchez, conducted a news conference to announce that four municipal police officers in Tecalitlan, three men and a woman, “confessed” to “handling the Italians over to members of an organized crime group who operate in the municipality of 13 thousand people.
At a soccer match in Naples a banner was displayed demanding the liberation of the men
Although Sanchez did not name the group, it is CJNG that has control of the area.

It is a fact that any municipality that is a “narco plaza,’ is controlled by whichever cartel has dominance in the area.  This includes city hall and municipal police.  Police are used to pick up people and delivering them to the cartel in charge.  Presumably that is what happened in this case.

Mayor Victor Diaz Contreras stated that this was an “isolated occurrence”.

The officers “confessed” to the abduction, and declared their orders came from the highest command of the Tecalitlán police department.

Sanchez says that both the mayor and police chief are under investigation.  As of now, the Jalisco United force has taken over the police department. Sanchez also stated that Russo was using a false ID, passing himself off as Mexican when checking into hotels, under the name “Carlos Lopez’.

Authorities chastised the family of the missing men for giving them false information that impeded the investigation.  They were projecting the men as simple tourist only in the region  for the day.  As it turns out they had been at a hotel for several days in nearby Ciudad Guzmán.


The family says they were told by authorities, that police from Tecatitlán, would have received a thousand pesos to deliver the Italians to organized crime.  That amounts to 53 USD.

Records indicate that Raffele Russo was arrested three years ago in Campeche, for fraud and corruption, but there is no information as to the disposition of the case.

The men sell equipment and machinery. 

Reports say the goods are “knock-offs” or counterfeit and the goods recently sold was construction tools and also counterfeit plant lights bearing the Bosch, the high end German manufacture.  A family member says the good are manufactured in China.

It is reported knocked-off machinery and “Bosch” plant lights and generators had been sold to CJNG.

Family member concede that Russo has a criminal record but say “just for small things”.  But he did spend three years in an Italian prison for organized crime. 
March in Naples, Italy

However, Italian press reports indicate he is tied to the Italian Mafia and may be involved with money laundering.  Some Mexican media are saying it is not about counterfeits goods, which they can get direct from China, but about drugs specifically Meth.

This was posted on El Universal; “The Russo family belongs to an Italian mafia gang called The Magliari, (the merchants)- Rafaelle spent three years in jail for fraud and at the time of his disappearance was selling fake Bosch machinery in Guadalajara. They suspect he sold fake machinery to the Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación.”

The Magliari are dedicated to counterfeiting and fraud.

135 comments:

  1. Selling counterfeit goods to the most dangerous criminal organization was a big NO NO. That is what happens when you try to swindle your way for profits!
    Not Ironic that officials were responsible for their disappearances. However, I do find it odd to risk ones employment and possible incarceration for those who truly don’t give a damn to those civil servants (officials).
    And yet they never learn do they!

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    1. Can't really blame them, blame the Mexican Government that bows their head to other countries just so the top officials can eat well while the people who may have great education or great skills have to work long hard hours and get paid hardly anything. A police position is the low man in the totem pole, don't be surprised if they were intercepted by a cartel or if they themselves were told by their commander to hand them over. And to be clear for all we know it wasn't even the CNG that did this, could all be a guise to bring heat to them, you seen the news recently? Military choppers have been sent to Tijuana to control the killings by CNG. Seems like they are going after them full force now more than ever. It will be interesting to see what happens. Juarez Cartel was almighty till the federation decided to mingle in their matters. No one has ever really taken their plaza away either maybe something to learn from for the other cartels . (But they did start the air trafficking and have a straight shot from Sinaloa and Durango Up through the Chihuahua desert it's all about location location location)
      The Italian guys were not there for good intentions, giving fake names even their families gave fake aliases, then passing off counterfeits? One thing is knowing you are buying counterfeit with the expectation of quality issues and another is finding out you're being scammed by some out of Towners. Can't say I feel like they were innocent to be honest

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    2. @1:02
      See your point.
      Let’s just hope that all these military apprehensions and interventions can put a stop to all the madness in Mexico. Many good people have suffered too long.
      Unfortunately, the corruption practices of political power will continue. A norm which has been adopted and practiced from its beginning. Where Constituent services are not available. Rather impossible.

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    3. War on drugs needs to start in America, too much profits so I don't see that happening

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    4. 1000.00 peisos (53 dollars) for 3 pendejos?
      Well, the mexican polesias municipales may not be the guilty pendejos, specially when the United Jaliska Polesias get to kick out the municipales and keep their jobs, that is Mando Unico tactics to knock off the competition, and Mando Unico will never take 53 dollars to kidnap and deliver anybody, they'd rather kill'em for free...

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    5. One word: Sopranos

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    6. @1:02 you talk too highly of the "Federation". The only reason anyone (CDS), got a jump on Juarez cartel was because the feds in both the U.S. and Mexico captured many of it's leaders when the war began.
      Some dude whose last name was Sanchez from CDJ was caught early 2008 in Ahumada as well as another dude known as KiKi someshit. These two players alone from CDJ caught early in the fight CDJ vs CDS would have really turned the tables much sooner in favor of their cartel if their arrests did not happen believe me! Then some character Diego was arrestef about two years later.
      You have no idea how powerful these guys where in the cartel.

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    7. It's not about power it's about money. These are the new narco generation rules

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  2. Well now . I'm going to sit back and see how this thing folds out and plays out . I doubt these people will have much strength in mexico . Across the pond it may be a different story . They should have been smarter than to try and pull ANYTHING in this savage country . Mexico is a few notches behind in evolution compared to Europe . They may have been eaten by now .

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    1. Wow racist much?

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    2. Mexico culturally is very similar to South Europe(not counting thetgerman Mennonite in Central Mexico ) . But what area you going to know if you never traveled 50 miles away from your 50 year old generic suburb town in a less than 250 year old country?

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    3. 1:10 Mexico became independent (from nothing)in 1821,
      but there have been great cultures in prehispanic america, the Toltec, Mayas, Incas, that created the great pyramids like Teotihuacan or Machu Picchu, the Olmecs...
      then the great Aztec Empire
      --they were creators, not sick pestilent destroyers of worlds and cultures with "fire and fury" and biiig mouths.

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    4. Lol 7:27, how's that racist? Are you suggesting that what 8:55 said was not accurate? It's public knowledge that the most ruthless capos would eat their victims. Lazcano aka z3 was known for eating his victims and had a whole ritual for preparing and eating them.

      Why's it racist to say anything about Mexico on bb but then the hate that every other country gets is okay? Everybody seems okay blaming Mexico's problems on everybody but Mexicans. Then if you say anything about Mexico or Mexicans you're a racist, Lol.

      Eh

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    5. 8:55 Must be a pised of italiano 🍕 same thing would have happened if Mexicans went to Italy doing stupid sh!t

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    6. It’s true I am a Mexican living in the US and Mexicans need to take control of the country. Revolution no more PRI, PAN, PRD. Time for another Benito Juarez. One of the only safe towns in Mexico is Cheran an indigenous town in Michoacán. They got rid of the police and have full control of their town. Put the indigenous in control and things will get better.

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    7. Exactly what they must have thought.
      Probably didn't think there Mexican partners could read or count.
      Probably went to Mexico with a superior attitude and money on their minds
      But low and behold,look what happened.

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  3. What did cjng think? That 3 italians from Napels would sell them quality bosch machinery in Mexico. Here in belgium you can buy these cheap knockoffs. And they are shit. For quality you have to pay more. Grtz the belgian

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    1. Fuck Belgium, that the civilised cuntry that murdered more than 50 million niggaz in EL Congo Belga en Africa?
      No valen Belga, pongansen belgas, before they resuscitate King Leopold and he comes back to stick it up someone else's "new to him's ass"

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    2. People love playing the cultural victim hood game. How far does it go back? Every group in history can go back and cry about something. Last I heard, fellow Africans sold countrymen into slavery, and it still happens. The Aztecs were totally peaceful though, no human sacrifice or anything like that? Tribes , nations, and all kinds of groups of peopl have been doing bad shit to each other forever. Also can’t help but notice that the countries most screamed at for any past wrongdoing are the ones who have recognized it and currently try to allow people to work hard, keep their personal property, and not be murdered willy nilly by their government. Funny we don’t hear many people bitching about how China killed 10’s of millions when communism swept through, or how communism in Venezuela is killing hundreds of thousands. Capitalism and democratic governments aren’t perfect,but they have produced countries with the highest number of people living better and easier than ever before in history. Maybe life being so easy is part of the problem that leads people to find the smallest problem and blow it up as large as possible, just needing to find some meaning in a world where those who live in westernized cultures from Europe, to Asia, to south and North America, no longer have to carry water in buckets and kill their own food. Just a thought. Try and fix things that happen now and be a good person, it would go a long way instead of seeing who can scream victim the loudest. And haven’t the Italian and Mexican crime groups had longstanding history of relationships? These guys were not just vacationing in a small municipality, it’s not like this happened while they were down in the Yucatán. Will be interesting if these guys were connected high up in Italy. Might we see the sad sight of the jefes killing their own or passing off innocents as the party responsible in order to make amends. The sicarios and halcones get screwed by their own all the time. Can’t imagine that those who take that job are not aware, which makes me sad to think how little choice or hope they must have to still go into that line of work. Mexico is full of lovely, hard working, and generally fun and happy people who enjoy life, even with the shit that goes on daily. I hope and pray that one day soon Mexicans will stand up and take their country back from the small cabal of politicians and criminals who abuse and rob the other 99% of their own people. Keep up the good work BB, it is appreciated by English speakers who give a shot about Mexico, and can’t depend on the MSM to cover the issue and not lie in pursuit of their ideology and financial gain.
      Finesse in Texass

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    4. @1:38 AMEN!!!!!!!!!

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    5. There is a memo missing miss finesse, dedicated to the protection of the animals, would you authorize the memo to be posted?
      --I hope it is not too late, it is never too late to get educated...
      Atte. @7:31
      PS Venezuelan poor never went anywhere after more than 100 years of suffering oil exploitation, and today it is suffering for not allowing the privatization of their resources and getting on the way of BIG oil in spie of their always renewed promises of progress through economic slavery, the blockade is only one example, no partnership is being offered, just slavery or servitude or else...war with the most powerful nation on earth, chaos is one favorite weapon of the golpista juntas in charge of domestication of the banana Republics as much as dogs were used to chase slaves back in the day...
      REPENT! Things is not about racism but about reivindications the Rich Christian oil barons and co. can not afford to tolerate anywhere in the world, unless it is cheap guachicol from mexico, coming to the US in invisible cocaine tanker trucks or pipelines.

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  4. Jalisco not Guerrero.......

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  5. It sounds like the Italians were up to no good and played with fire. Reverse the roles . If it were anyone in Italy playing with fire, the same would happen there. Don't mess around and you should be fine .

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    1. Totally agree here, there is only so much you can do especially if you're in no position to set the rules and you bend them being out of your element without having any power.

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    2. A friend of my dads was hung, drawn and quartered by the mob over a debt of a family member. Poor guy went home to for a holiday and never came back. He was a lovely man too. They don't mess around over there and sadly you're right, if they were selling fake copies and ripping off a cartel then they knew the risks.

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  6. http://www.sinembargo.mx/25-02-2018/3390173

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  7. i assume that the italians have ties with camorra, the mafia from naples...

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    1. Yes. Comorra are from Naples. You can get people from Cosa nostra Scilly working in Naples or other gangs. Comorra are famous for counterfeit items.

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    2. CDG has had long standing relationships with families of the Ndrangheta in Calabria, most specifically a town called Plati, and the Comora of Napoli.
      Hard to assess any of the points or so called facts, except for this, three Napolitano men from the same family with alleged criminal / organized crime affiliations get disappeared in one of the most embattled zones in the so-called drug war, for selling counterfeit goods?

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    3. 926 and 306. BraV0! And that is the difference between organized and non-organized crime, hence Italy and Mexico respectively.

      If Mencho was not considered a dead man already, he will be if those 3 disappeared do not reappear alive

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    4. 6:35 Calm down. The Italians ain’t gonna do shit. These guys are goners. Mexican cartels lord over the Italians. - Sol Prendido

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    5. 6:35 He must be shaking in his alligator boots.

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    6. Sol Prendido,

      Some day you will know what you are writing or saying to others rather then for yourself

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    7. 2:20 La Mencha wears high heeled cowboy flip flops so he can show off his pedicure en Las patas while reflecting his bare naked ass on his finely shiny painted toenails, he has been a Kaliska for too long.
      But to think the eyetalianuses would stay and deliver faulty.
      machinery is like, naive, they take the money and run and deliver NOTHING, MAYBE THEY JUST DISAPPEARED THEMSELVES ALREADY but you are all so quick to accept that La Mencha has shit to win from abducting 3 spaghetti benders?

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    8. People used to favor Corsican Assassins, from Corsica, the most excellent corsican assassin military genius greedy politician warrior was of course:
      Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte,
      padre de más de cuatro,
      robbed by many women,
      loved by none of them
      because he was too short

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    9. 6:35 I think your wrong on this one.

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    10. 2:23 tearing down those walls unleashed the Siberian prisoners on the world, soon they were in America bumping off eyetalian mafia Bums like the gambinos the Salerno and the gottis, to get the Red Mafiya stealing their lunch and their lunch boxes, AND billions and billions from the US treasury itself, and corrupting US government to the very top as we see lately.
      "Italian Organized Crime is in the crapper"

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    11. 10:42 you don't know shit! These fuckin Italians where pawns themselves. No use starting a war with anyone over three fuckers like these. You think Mexicans do not have power overseas also? How naive! Take a look at the largest crime organizations in the world videoa on you tube and find out for yourself where Mexican cartels rank before talking smack!

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  8. Who in their right mind would sell fake shot to the most powerful cartel Cjng.

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    1. ? You can sell fake stuff if you are open about it, I doubt these guys disclosed this to them. And also cjng is probably not the most powerful cartel, but it is one of the most powerful in Mexico for sure. The most powerful cartel are all politicians and the title of the most powerful cartel is exclusively reserved for the USA.
      They catch some one selling with or without permission and punish them just cause they can get away with selling dope themselves and eliminating their competition, that is what being powerful really means.

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    2. Either these guys where not aware they where selling shit to a cartel or the shit they where selling was not counterfit anything but drugs!
      Loss loss for them either way!

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    3. Jajajajajajajajaj yeeeeees @1:07. On. Point.

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    4. So these mothafukas can sell fake everything even alcohol..but get booty hurt when THEY get burnt?? Pendejos .

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  9. They must be Italians. Most Irish and Italian Mob people, know no not to mess with the Cartels

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    1. Exactly....They are from Naples, Italy.

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    2. The Italian mafia is damn good at money laundering, blackmail extortion , human trafficking gambling and also in the art of murder for hire. I'm sure they know how to traffick as well, they have turkey as their main source of heroin. With the amount of authentic fine Italian exports that leave Italy by cargo ships I'm sure they know how to hide cargo and who to pay once the cargo arrives at the docks. They as an organization are not stupid, these individuals clearly weren't the brightest from the mob.

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    3. They also taint olive oil!!! That's another big business of theirs

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    4. seems to me though they are slightly less brutal than cartels who will kill anyone for the most part even if they are innocent where as mafia tend to stick to only targeting legit targets for business or legit threats. I don't think they are as dangerous as cartels who like to throw their weight around. The mafia are more likely to shoot you in the head than say butcher you slowly on camera.

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    5. Italian mafiosos lost the edge when they went from the Torture Chambers of Horror to the wishing wells of Kompromat

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  10. I believe there is more to this than just selling "knock off" equipment.

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    1. Can't agree with you more.... being a powerful cartel and you can't get one of your money laundering businesses to buy legitimate and quality material? Totally smells fishy, I would definitely think it would be more drug related... my limited understanding on CJNG was that they started doing their drug biz/building their empire by transporting everywhere but the U.S., could this be a sign of some unfinished biz? Some pay back? Who knows....

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  11. The story was that thess guy are selling counterfit stuff. They were kidnapped the let go the whom ever kidnapped the italians were kidnapped themselves. I never read that they were kidnapped for selling anything to cjng. They are from naples so camorra ties seem possible. Stupid italians from naples coke is better and cheaper in south america or even the caribbean and its safer.

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    1. Coke?? Is all all about meth now days, and guess who is the main supplier. Yes Cjng. No cheerleading, just facts.

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    2. Check again my friend CDS is king at distributing Meth . Maybe in another 30 years CJNG could catch up ,,,these are facts CDS distributes more Meth around the globe than any other cartel

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    3. 2:25 Cds supplies the most meth in the American market. But in Europe CJNG dominates as the main supplier of meth

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    4. Shit, Hitler had to supply all his soldiers tons of meth everyday it was more important than bullets, but the allies also did it, these days special mercenaries require supplental steroids to be made whole...

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  12. You play with fire and you get burned, they burned the wrong people..

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  13. I don’t understand how they could of been so stupid selling knockoffs 2 the cartel and thinking they would just ride off into the sunset. They must of been suicidal.

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  14. I can’t trust sh1t that comes from the Mexican government. Who knows what really happened. Selling fake machines to the Cartel seems like suicide.

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    1. Exactly! Some of this doesn't add up. Whyyy would they clown around with something like that. So disappointing that the oldest of the bunch was only arrested 3 years ago. Dumb asses the other two that made a trip with him to a land mine.

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    2. 11:45 the charges against the polesias who have confessed to the kidnappings sound fake too, just as fake as the poles ias that kidnapped and tortured, murdered, and disappeared 43 Ayotzinapos whose cell phones still ping from the mexican offices of CISEN and Military Camp #1 right by the Heroico Colegio Militar, polesias are just like sitting ducks waiting to be shotgunned in a barrel.

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    3. 2:05 what you got against shitting ducks?
      Parrots are worse, they made famous "El Palo del Perico" with all that crap, Joe Karaoke was the worst of them BS artists ...until Nov 20 2016 crowned the ultimate BS empress.

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  15. To pieces in the streets the Italian families can pickup their loved ones as they will find out the menchito dispose methods... this is hell you need a hall pass from the devil

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    1. 12:27 Arrivederci Rome, sung by Dean Martin while they quarter you alive...

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    2. Pinchis gumbas que chingados were they doing in mexico?
      --There is plenty second hand top o' the line machinery from the US best foreign and domestic brands, it became obsolete because the US laborers are too expensive, dumb and lazy and their employers offshored production, meth producers use what, hacked equipment like car wheels and rims and tires and old washer motors?.
      Maybe they were just trying to steal mexico's new Napolitano ice cream recipes, THAT IS FACKED UP.

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  17. Surely You would be able to tell if it was fake equipment fairly easily, or not? Google and shit...

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    1. high quality knock offs are difficult to tell even for those who do it for a living. in china and most places in asia they have different levels of quality '1st class" etc it is a hue problem now with Amazon courting these mfg and using their Federal Maritime Commission registered to send cheaply tot heir fulfillment centers. this protects knock off mfg and customer are getting a counterfeit. this has caused companies to lay off employees and losing huge volume of business. kitchenware is huge.

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    2. @Chivis please publish an article on these knock offs you mention. It's a black market! Non drug related obvvv

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    3. So they deserved to dissapear?. Of course in Mexico they "deserve to". Thanks mexicans. Once again.

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    4. My first thought was they were modifying that machinery to conceal merchandise to be shipped back to italy, through the port of gioia tauro, it's notorious in large part for being controlled to a certain extent by the calabrian mafia, it's the largest port in Italy, and they seize several tons of cocaine per year for over the last decade so one could imagine how much product makes it through, either that or these Italians were that crazy to sell Chinese knock off's, but it's very possible that they didn't know they were selling to people that were connected, but why pass yourself off as a Mexican with forged Id's, who knows with people.

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  18. Poetic justice!
    Karma!
    Pay back is a bitch!
    Fooked with the wrong people!

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  19. I wonder if the Italian Mafia will try to avenge these deaths

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    1. only if they were big shots in camorra, other wise i doubt that...

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    2. They can try,but will end up missing too.good chance Italy got an olive branch with a ransom for them.

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    3. Come on! Italians work in conjunction with Mexican cartels. If these guys fucked up and got executed it is no reason to begin a war which in their own turf Mexicans more than likely will win.
      You watch too many soap operas

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    4. No the mafia dont give a shit. these 3 are expendable if they where anybody they would not be selling counterfeit equipment in mexico.

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    5. No they will not. These guys made a big mistake. Sold bad equipment to the wrong dudes. Mafia isn't going to start a war over something like that.

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    6. Cartels are more deadlier and ambitious as the Italian mafia the cartels control 80% of the whole drug business world wide don’t get me wrong the Italian mafia might be strong in numbers and powerful but the cartels with no doubt are more gruesome and more bloodyhirsting than any other gang or mafia whatsoever my opinion OC California

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    7. You must be kidding lol..italians will kill themselves and not fuck with the cartel

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    8. An international mafia war??? Neither wants the publicity and the chances of getting caught in international waters is not worth the risk... charge this one to the game and if the opportunity presents itself, then maybe something would happen

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    9. Lol how? The CJNG is BOSS in Mexico. Any Italian mobster will meet the same fate if they come to Mexico

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    10. Now that would be stupidity!
      Where criminals like these are in abundance looking for some kind of employment.
      Truly doubt that any retribution will take place.

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    11. revenge? wanna do what? stop buying cocaine? this is business and they know it. nothing will happen, not in italy nor in mexico

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    12. Not only italians! All crime organizatiins in the world can't mess with the cartel..the cartel are really cold blood killers! The mexicans run the show nowdays and its a fact!

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    13. There's several italians in mexico.and if they were man made they wouldn't waste time on counterfeits.

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    14. Well the Italian government is been cracking down on the mob hard in recent years so they may be going the way of the Zetas. (doing whatever they can to survive, even if it means selling counterfeit products.

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    15. If anything was to happen, we likely won’t know. It would be a tit for tat hit of CJNG guys in Italy/Europe
      Finesse in texass

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    16. Nobody dont wanna mess with the cartel..so italians countinue do biznes with the cartel and think twice about do some stupid things

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    17. 10:02 which is tit and which is tat,
      the one on the left or the one on the right?

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  20. The same thing happened in Jamaica when I lived there in came the Columbians . Big talk no money the Jamaicans took them to a special place called red pan...I know there last words were i love you moma. Dont come to Mexico and roll shit on us . You wont be going home.

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  21. Chivis how do I get in contact with you I have info on this story

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  22. A Mexican get's beheaded and chopped into pieces not a peep out of anyone. Three Italians get Kidnapped and its an international incident.

    The Life of a Mexican is cheap.

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  23. Wow,, did u figure that out all by yourself,, or did the people at the movie shop tell u about the book and movie that came out 10 years ago..the authors name is Roberto saviano,, which is an excellent read,, much better than the flick..there’s a huge contract on his dome for all of the secret truths he exposed on some of the most powerful crime families in Europe.. these dummy’s were just asking for it,,, fucking with an extremely dangerous gang of psychos that have more associates and crooked cops(as we just read who drove these Babosos is to their doom),, than almost any other group in Mexico is clearly underestimating their reach..just because your group is a big deal back home,, doesn’t mean you have any pull or backup in a country as harsh as Mexico.. these payasos had a very scary and painful exit to the next life... lesson learned for any foreigner who thinks they can pull off scams in Mexico by underestimating the stereotypical lazy siesta taking local.. man I miss Mexico,,, just too sketchy to go to playa bruhas in Sinaloa where I learned to surf from the locals..que triste

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  24. Sadly, more bad press for Mexico. These guys sound like a bunch of idiots who had what's coming to them(Vincenzo might be innocent and got taken into the mud by his uncle, though) I wish people would stop taking things at face value and look into things more deeply. Assuming the details of this story are true; Italians should stop wasting their sympathy and write these dudes off.

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  25. And Mexico doesn’t sell Knock off / pirated EVERYTHING ? gimme a break.

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  26. guess of where these guys are headed if this is any way true>>>

    http://www.macleans.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/MAC36_CARTEL_CAROUSEL.jpg

    https://america.cgtn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/FCO-MEXICO.00_01_03_13.Still001.jpg

    anyone seen this picture of newer picture of mencho?
    doesnt look like hes getting much sleep!

    http://www.dagospia.com/img/foto/03-2016/nemesio-oseguera-cervantes-detto-il-mencho-779484.jpg

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  27. Cjng didn't bought anything, i thing more than trading top notch meth for Machinery, till Mencho found out. This guys sleep with the fishes. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes, italians, americans, russians it dont matter.

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  28. Two US citizens just rescued from kidnapping, outside Monterrey, Nuevo León. Were asking for 300,000 USD:

    https://www.elsoldemexico.com.mx/republica/sociedad/rescatan-a-dos-estadounidenses-secuestrados-en-nuevo-leon-1026963.html

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  29. Where, how, what country do chivis make or get money to live by?. Is not this bb site we know. Where do you and if family make the money chivis. What country is it?

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  30. Another lovely story out of Mexico. Kill all foreigners, steal,kidnap,etc., etc.. and of course all mexicans are innocent of anything whatsoever. Same old story.

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    1. 6:00 you may delight in knowing the Mexican polesias accused of the abduction confessed, but are not guilty.

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    2. 6:00 let's have a trial...
      What do you have against mexicans?
      And try to be a gentleman you dirty sonubabitch,
      for once in your perra vida.

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  31. It's the Italians fault regardless of anything All Mexicans are law abiding and innocent. All of them.

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    1. 6:18 no mameees, you must be guilty of something,
      confess and we will talk on your behalf...

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  32. Anyone know if Italian mafia is operating in the Mayan Riviera, specifically in Playa del Carmen and Tulum? I heard some things on my last trip but it seemed crazy to me.

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  33. Lets see if cjng doesn't t get punked again and return them alive like los chapitos.

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    1. I read Mencho got a lot of $$ for ransom for those spoiled little brats

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  34. https://www.click2houston.com/news/2-texans-kidnapped-in-mexico-rescued-near-monterrey

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  35. I wonder where they are, are they being tortured? Are they alive and well still? Where did they go? On a secret ranch?

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  36. The older Italian guy has high blood pressure how will he survive with out his medication? Where did they take these men? I'm still thinking about this , maybe awfull things are being done to them

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    1. They are already dead.

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  37. They were probably trading machinery for meth. Makes sense. Meth dirt cheap in Mexico. New and growing drug in Europe and Asia. The goombahs probably made the deal. Then the cartel (CJNG), picked them up and got their money, and or dope back. Why wouldn't they? Dumbasses shoulda went straight to the airport, and got outta Dodge.

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  38. Does anyone remember a couple years ago an old Canadian Italian mobster was executed in a tourist italian restaurant in Acapulco on the anniversary of the death of the head of the family that he apparently screwed over. None of it is worth your life

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  39. Their Italian mafia connections/membership didn't buy them much sympathy. Oops! No second chance with these guys.

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  40. There are toneladas of knocked-off and pirated merchandise in Mexico - DVDs, CDs, fashion, toys, cigarettes, liquor, etc.

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    1. 11:27 ..and what is the news?
      Pirated goods, weapons, undue influence, drug precursors, are nothing to the kidnappings for profit the Mexicans have to suffer and out up with because no money is good enough for the narco-politicians and "businessmen" that own mexico.
      Pirated goods is just part of the payment...
      --but you are not going to pay me with a Russian tie or Chinese call ones brand "x" i'd rather steal a full container and give it away, truth is the Chinese are buying Mexico eagerly while others in possession of the foulest shitholes in the world try to extort 40 billion cash for a Chinese Wall between "their country" and mexico...
      --Tell you what, The Impeachment will not be pirated

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  41. "Mexico Rumbo al Mundial 2018"

    That'll be the cover up story for the next 3 months

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  42. They must of tested 6ix9ine's gangsta and this is what happened to them

    ATTE:RainbowColorHairGuy

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  43. Pretty armature & reckless by CJNG. Its better to have friends than unknown enemies. CJNG does most of its business in Europe. Very easy targets for La Cosa Nostra. Mexican Cartels should grow up and focus on business rather than barbaric butchering of innocent people. No respect for life. If these men are alive, Mencho you should think twice and return them safely. Otherwise Europe will become a hunting ground. As they say, happy hunting.

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    1. Lol these punks were not man made mobsters. Just common thugs. Obviously youydon't know anything about them.

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    2. Thousands of weak people deal drugs everyday to people who could easily take it and not pay.

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    3. Man made mobsters? You mean made men? Lmao think mcfly

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    4. 8:14 you must be like a real Made Man, Don Siciliano
      Do you paint house too?

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  44. Since when is the Black Market PURE GOLD?

    Mencho either is working on gaining or losing a link to organized crime with this episode on the Sopranos

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  45. Anyone on here who actually believes these mafia associated guys were selling fake light bulbs to a cartel are smoking what they probably were after. In my opinion they were over there to make a drug connection back to Italy or were there to make a connection with stuff coming into Mexico from China.

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  46. Well the world is 2 more scumbags better off . It is a very minute drop in the ocean but on the bright side it should lead to more dead scumbags .

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  47. Italians vs Mexicans come on

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  48. The cartel will smash this italian bums eveywhere and anytime...easy work!

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  49. 54 us dollars is not 1000 pesos lol all this internet news over exaggerating.

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