Wednesday, February 21, 2018

GDL: Narco messages say corrupt judges worked with Mencho in the release of "El 85"

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat


Narco messages were hung in several points including Plaza de la Bandera in Guadalajara [GDL].  The messages  are a part of the ongoing, violent,  CJNG infighting in Jalisco.

These narco "cartulina" messages contain text and photos and accuse  three levels of government of assisting El Mencho, supreme leader of CJNG [Cartel Jalisco New Generation]. Specifically, saying that judges allowed “El 85” , to go free from prison.


The former leader of of Los Matazetas, Erick Valencia Salazar aka "EL 85", was released after five years in prison in  a decision by the third district judge based in Guadalajara, citing "detecting violations of due process and lack of evidence”
These narco "cartulina" messages contain text and photos and accuse  three levels of government of assisting El Mencho, supreme leader of CJNG [Cartel Jalisco New Generation]. Specifically, saying that judges allowed “El 85” , to go free from prison.


The former leader of of Los Matazetas, Erick Valencia Salazar aka "EL 85", was released after five years in prison in  a decision by the third district judge based in Guadalajara, citing "detecting violations of due process and lack of evidence”
El 85 is in red vest on right

The new Criminal Justice System provides for keeping a person in prison when there is evidence linking him/ her as responsible for a crime; but in this case, it is specified that the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office failed to prove with enough evidence that would lead to a conviction against "El 85".

Virtually the same grounds that Mencho’s son, “Menchito” was released.

El 85 was released last month..

34 comments:

  1. I remember 4 or 5 years ago talking to people here that live here in Mexico where I do. They said Guadalajara will not see the violent narco violence like the other of Mexican hot spots. Same with Mexico City. Guess what. If changes are not made to get corruption out of all forms of government, police, judges, and military there will be no safe havens.

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    1. No place in Mexico is safe, just like a few years ago people from Sinaloa would post how sinaloa was peacefull and how sicarios NEVER messed with the innocent,but it has always been a war zone amongst cartels and people that get caught in between or that try to do the right thing..

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    2. 7:10 the Guadalajara cartel was all sinaloas that moved to jaliska, not because it was unsafe in Sinaloas but because Luis Echeverria Alvarez wanted his gang closer to his self and to El DF, now mexico city, with US embassy nearby and all.
      Murdering in mexico went on in secrecy until FECAL PUT THE MILITARY ON THE STREETS IN 2007 in spite of experienced voices advising against it...
      --we are now suffering "a 12 year old war on drugs" that has been waged mostly on innocent Mexicans mostly by the Mexican military in cahoots with the corporations of the polesias and Def Sec, salbador "El Hablador" Giniral Cienpedos
      said hisself "we did not prepare to be policias, or to do police work, we kill..."

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  2. 9 years of cjng on the news
    And the poor pinchi Mexican narco-government still can'take find them, contain them much less make arrests other than to deliver some innocents to cjng as a quota while protecting the real zetas on the other side, because both cartels were in the back pocket of SSPE of veracruz zurita and governor Javier "La Marrana" Duarte de Ochoa, at the time one of EPN's puchacacas

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    1. CJNG hasn’t been on the news for 9 years. Hahahaha Nacho died a few years ago like 4-5.

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    2. Cjng was the man with a plan, it took them a while to get la Nacha to trust them,
      EPN DID NOT START his Empinato when he became presidente, he started very young "working the politician bedrooms" in his twenties with his uncle arturo del mazo, governor of estate de mexico, he also facked up arturo beltran leyva with help of FECAL and Genarco Garcia Luna after capturing la Mochoma to make BLO fight with CDS/ La Chapa.
      Javier Duarte de Ochoa also started making his moves more than 12 years when he started doing his wrongful moves at the shade of fidel Herrera beltran z1#2 who left no money laying around,

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    3. @7:30 try 8 years buddy

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    4. Cjng has been under the radar until chapo went north and the cjng/cds agreement went south... Literally

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  3. CJNG is done. El Aguila amd menchos son in law were levantado en GDL, arabe was killed by cjng sicarios who switched sides, loaiza arrested in diego with 20 keys of their coke and all this in one week. Government dont have their backs anymore, hence the hits they're taking left and right. Chivis whats your take since i know you think they were gonna take over all of mexico or at least you thought they would be in Nuevo León, coahuila territory this year..

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    1. Those guys are easily replaceable, el arable from michoacan looked like a basket case and took that Arab role to the head and even wore the dresses like in middle east lol his pistoleros list respect for the boss but now on other took his place and most likely more ruthless than the last..

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  4. El 85 must be doing some major damage now that he got released... A lot of dead bodies in Jalisco after his release, el cholo knows he messed up for going independent. Just a matter of time before el cholo gets killed or capture along with the marro character that paid locals from guanajuato to pose with fire arms to try scare Mencho

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    1. El 85 gets released, the violence intensified

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  5. There is due process of law and proper handling of evidence. Even if guilty there are proper ways to convict some one. Otherwise the judicial system would be breaking the law of convicting some one even if guilty if it cannot be proven in court

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    1. Pinch amparos usually protect only the criminals, Z3, Z40, had no mercy for their victims, same for the people murdered in Tanhuato, or the Ayotzinopos, Atenco, Acteal, Aguas Blancas, El Charco, la Parota and a "1001 other tales" of state sponsored terrorism disguised as a War on Drugs by the Mexican government puppet of the US and other greedy neo-liberal Global Vulture
      Capitalist drug traffickers and money launderers drowning in offshored money and whitewashing their shit with Hogwash.
      First they privatized organized crime, now they are legalizing disorganized crime.

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  6. Blogger is working on the comments issue.....stay tuned.

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  7. Curious to know how many judges are in their pockets for resolutions? Sounds like discontent by those who apply same tactics and measures used by many! However, not to their favor!

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  8. nobody wants to follow rules all their life they two wana become jefes mencho is in a lot of trouble people are earger to detrone el menso

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    1. El Aguila is Nacho Coronel's nephew, and he may have the sponsors to get out of jail and make war but I doubt he can take over La Mencha who has more grameros and car washers working his shit all over the world.

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  9. Menchito is no longer in custody?

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  10. Some one pretty powefull is watching over CJNG lately , don't u think people?

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  11. lol... this is just adding fuel to the fire.. i cant wait till cops/military and in general patriots start whacking off these scums... mexicos need RIGHT WING DEATH SQUADS specifically tasked with getting rid of ppl like mencho, 85, zambada, 40, etc.... dale tiempo el caldo todavia esta sembrando alrato veran una guerra civil o la gente MX se va cansar y hacer nacional lo que hicierion en Michoacan.... PERO SIEMPRE HAY CORRUPCION SO NO TENGO MUCHO FE. Mira la historia de MX cuantos revoluciones? en MX la democracia a fallado.

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    1. Yeah... Cause those right wing death squads wouldnt decide to just take the business over like the Castaño brothers did after Pablo fell.

      Phelpso

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    2. If it wasn't for the Castaño brothers Colombia would have been a shithole like Venezuela is right now. I'd take right wing paramilitary groups over these cartels anyway, maybe that's what Mexico needs so they can slaughter those animals hehe

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    3. 11:38 castaño bros were the garbage of colombia jackass. Any government with extreme rightest have always turned into a regime everyone wants gone with. Im sure they're loving it in hell with escobar.

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  12. Perhaps the judges that let cartel leaders go, should be investigated and put down. They are responsible for the violence that follows the release of those animals.

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  13. So glad I don’t live in Mexico.

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  14. With the release of El 85, the wall just grew an extra 25 feet. It’s at 75 foot wall

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  15. Bodies trussed like Navidad geese... Why would people allow themselves to be manacled knowing they were doomed? It is well-known in police circles that allowing oneself to be transported to a secondary crime scene rarely ends well. I've always said that a bullet in the back is preferable to hideous torture, but it is easy to say what one would do if not put to the test.

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    1. Most of the time kidnappings happen so quick the victims don't have to time to react.

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    2. 9:24 Well, police are the ones that arrest and deliver the victims to their murderers...
      --that is a fact of life in mexico, that what get when you give the militarized police Carte Blanche

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    3. Training and practice has made the Mexican polesias and melitary EXPERT KIDNAPPERS AND EXTORTIONISTS, 5HEY EVEN TRAINED THEIR MANDOS IN FRANCE, SPAIN AND THE US including negotiations with kidnappers...

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  16. So many cartel cheerleaders so little time to read their comments.

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  17. Man, Mexico is the most corrupt country in the world. No wonder they are getting mad at President Trump for trying to uphold the law in the US.

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    1. Upholding the laws of the US up the ass should be a major crime, unless it is part of the UZBEKISTANIZATION of the US.

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