Wednesday, February 21, 2018

" El Chapo" Isidro Wins Amparo

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Universal


Feb 20, 2018
Extra Material from: El Debate

The narco-trafficker and heir of the Beltran Leyva Cartel, Fausto Isidro Meza Flores, has not only evaded Mexican justice in various operations implemented by the Army, the Navy/Marinas, Secretariat of Mexico (Semar) and the Federal Police ( PF), he is also litigating an arrest warrant for organized crime in the courts of Sinaloa, in order to avoid his capture and any persecution against him.

Meza Flores, known as "El Chapo" Isidro, is considered by the US DEA as one of the last leaders of the Beltrán Leyva Cartel. He has obtained the  injunction against an arrest warrant for the crime of organized crime that prevents him for the moment of being arrested, according to public documents of the Federal Judiciary.

Currently, the resolution is in the hands the Tribunal Court of Sinaloa, but he won a first round. 
The PGR, Attorney General of the Republic, has indicated that other orders against him are still in force and the US FBI is offering a $5 million dollar reward for his capture.
The Seventh District Court, based in Los Mochis, Sinaloa determined to provide Federal justice protection of in favor of Meza Flores. 

The Sixth District Judge "rescinds the order of apprehension dated May 3, 2013, issued in the criminal case 53/2013 " and issues a new resolution, which may or may not leave the judicial mandate. On January 4, 2018 the magistrates took the case.

"El Chapo" Isidro became a fierce enemy of the Sinaloa Cartel, co-directed by Joaquín Guzmán Loera , "El Chapo" and Ismael Zambada García, "El Mayo " after the break of Arturo Beltrán Leyva with the Sinaloan federation in 2008, due to the arrest of his brother Alfredo Beltrán, "El  Mochomo".

Since then the name of Meza Flores began to gravitate in confrontations between criminal cells, but it wasn't until 2011 when the state governor of Mario López Valdez (Malova) accredited  to his criminal group a series of bloody events that included ambushes of police  units and clashes within the corridor that goes from  Guamúchil to Guasave and Los Mochis. The government also attributed executions, shootings and disappearances of people to this clan in Mazatlán and Nayarit.

But Meza Flores has survived all wars so far ; Including the he one that he maintained against the Sinaloa Cartel, against the Sinaloa police corporations and the Mexican Armed Forces. 

His group was decimated throughout the six years of the Governorship of Malov,  Lopez Valdez, with several captures.

Key characters in his organization were falling: in 2012 his uncle Agustín Flores Apodaca was arrested by the Federal Police, a year later "El Chapito" and part of his family were booked by the US Department of the Treasury. Then Ignacio González Peña was detained, his right arm in Guasave. 

In 2013, the Navy set up an operation during a wedding in the community of Santa María del Oro, Nayarit. There were dead and wounded, reportedly among them the narcocorridos singer Remmy Valenzuela, the capo's main apologist. Remmy may have survived this incident as well as a hideous car accident which he miraculously survived.


NOTE: I see tickets on sale for his for his concert in Playas de Tijuana for March 3, 2018 ??

In July2014, months after the first capture of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in Mazatlán;  another Semar operation tried to capture Meza Flores in Guasave and Sinaloa de Leyva were he had a death toll of 12 of his gunmen. "El Chapito" managed to escape with a reduced number of gunmen. In 2015, another of his uncles, Pánfilo Flores Apodaca, the group's financial operator, was also arrested and later extradited to a US court.

That year it was discovered after the extradition of "El Mochomo", the organization that Meza Flores runs collaborated actively with the capo from the prison of Puente Grande, Jalisco. 

According to FBI and DEA investigations, "Beltrán Leyva gave orders from the maximum security prison to all his subordinates, including Fausto Isidro; thus "El Chapo" Isidro continued to operate."

The last DEA Report of 2017:

The DEA report published at the end of 2017, places "the organization of "El Chapo" Isidro Meza Flores  as one of the results of Los Beltrán Leyva working together with Los Rojos, Los Guerreros Unidos and the organization  of Ruelas Torres, which have drug distribution in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta. " 

The text of the report reveals that beyond the fact that the Beltrán Leyva brothers are dead or imprisoned, these subgroups maintain a strong control of the traffic of drugs, money laundering  and excessive use of violence.

Meza Flores became in charge of the cell called "Los Mazatlecos".

Meza Flores, known as "El Chapo" Isidro, is considered by the US DEA as one of the last leaders of the Beltrán Leyva Cartel. He has obtained the  injunction against an arrest warrant for the crime of organized crime that prevents him for the moment of being arrested, according to public documents of the Federal Judiciary.

With the extermination of this Nayarit group, the violence in the port cities  of Mazatlan and Rosario stopped. In the north, the organization of Meza Flores learned the lesson. The level of violence decreased. According to US agencies, since 2000 he started working for his former bosses in Guasave, when he was 18 years old, but in 2008 he broke it off when he was 26 years old.

He was defined as being on the side of "El Barbas", who was taken down in December of 2009 in Cuernavaca, Morelos during an operation by the Marinas. However, with its arms and reaction power they forced the organization of "El Chapo" Guzmán to retreat. 

It is known that the Sinaloa Cartel could never take Guasave or Sinaloa from Leyva, Isidro's stronghold, but took Los Mochis thanks to the campaign that the State Ministerial Police undertook in charge of the commander Jesus Antonio Aguilar Íñiguez.


                                        Sinaloa's Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel

But Malova's term ended without hunting down the great prize that was El Chapo. Instead, on August 25, 2017,  with the PRI's  Quirino Ordaz Coppel in the governorship of Sinaloa and with an internal war of the Sinaloa Cartel and  the Beltráns, the lawyers of Fausto Isidro filed an amparo lawsuit. The trial of guarantees was extended until December 1, when the Seventh District judge of Los Mochis granted the amparo in favor. The appellate court will have the last word. 

37 comments:

  1. This guy has made many judges, generals and politicians very very rich!

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    1. This pendent has cost many people their lives and he did not even get started, 'becuás' the job doesn't come with treasury.
      Getting a federal amparo in sinaloa doesn't get him protected from his many enemies, i hope he gets whacked soon pa que se le quite andar ahi de caliente

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    2. @7:45
      Dealing in anything illegal will always be caliente. No such thing as a perfect crime.

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    3. 1:05 Cold dead people ya no pueden andar ahi de calientes, prisoners can't much either, enjoy now,
      Vete pá la esquina a taloniar.
      Eso te sacas por andar ahi de caliente.

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  2. TO be clear.....he won nothing. he goes to the next layer of litigation. then the next. even if all goes in his favor, from that date a new warrant can be issued. that is part of the process that he not conduct any criminal activity. if a warrant is evoked.

    amparo does not prevent arrest. read my post with the explanation of what it does. Z40 and 42 and his sister all had amparos. In fact z40 has more amparos than any other capo. And where is he?
    it protects rights which then assures the evidence is revealed that there is sufficient to get a conviction. it also protects human rights. BUT the clincher is if they get an amparo and they resort to criminality from that date all bets are off.

    the easiest way for corrupt judges to free narcos, is to find that his rights have been violated, with or withojut an amparo.
    it works for narcos, honest innocent people, not so much.

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/11/zetas-sister-of-miguel-and-omar-trevino.html

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    1. thank you for the clarification, it is exceptionally confusing. a question I have is why 40 and other narcos get these amparos in the first place? If I am comprehending its value, it is to protect the process and rights of the defendant?

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    2. Thanks for clearing this up. I assumed he was a free man walking. This makes a LOT more sense to me.

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    3. He is a free man walking..you can find him around Guasave, Naranjo, bamoa, and Leyva! Cartel de Guasave pariente

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    4. Amparo es un bato bien riatudo, de volteo...
      Like Big Bertha.

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  3. How can Mexican politicians deny being a Narco State when they are puppets to the Narcos. My family in Mexico sure don't feel they are being helped by them. Look at all the corrupt judges, governors, mayors etc...

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    1. Maybe you got it all backwards: maybe the narcos are the puppets of the corrupt and greedy judges, governors, mayors etc...

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    2. You are correct, it may be the other way around but unfortunately its still the hard working people who lose. They pay quotas to Narcos and taxes to politicians who neither help improve their well being.

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    3. Pooliticians sell out, and use their best military, army, marinas, federal state and municipal police, shitbirds, mouthpieces and BS artists to kidnapp, murder, extort, at will, (they also rape in their spare time) as long as they pay the fees, quotas, plasa and Piso, of course, the population has nobody to defend them and can't count on each other, because of infiltrators.
      Isn't that cute?
      And that's the whole unadulterated shit.

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  4. vamos por ti Chapo Isidro

    atte: Gente Nueva / Antrax Special Forces

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    1. Gente Nueva nor Antrax are used to combat BLO these days.
      It’s Los Ninis and La Vagancia fighting them

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    2. Jajaja! No digan pendejadas! Chapo Isidro vive en mero Sinaloa tierra de los Chapos y Mayos y a su corta edad de unos 40 anios todavia se la pelan estos rivales en capturarlo!
      Este guey a retado a el cartel mas grande de Mexico en su tierra y a podido defenderse.
      Para que vean los lamehuevos de CDS que no son tan chingones como platican!

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    3. Chapo Isidro has been the boss for a while..Guasave will always be it’s own cartel..now Los Mochis is back too. The agreement has always been that Guasave be left alone but chapito wanted LM he had lost it and now it’s back

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    4. I want what youre smoking!

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    5. lol gn and antrax? Last time you guys faced the results werent to great. If not ask your buddies from el commando x or el famoso 01 de los antrax.jajajaja

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  5. He's still going to end up behind bars or dead just like 99.9% of the narcos, day by he will be an exception with so much enemies

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  6. Anthrax killer, that's what they call him in sinaloa.

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    1. No he’s not, he hasn’t fought the Antrax In a long time. He’s fighting El chapos men

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    2. Ambushing people does not make anybody a genius if no warning was given.
      The greatest warning was issued by Fidel Castro to fulgencio Batista and his compas about his arrival on his warship Grandma to re-start his revolution.
      But I like John Paul Jones answer to the British advising him to surrender: "I ain't started fighting yet"
      Who needs amparos when polesias, soldiers and marinas got your back? Nomas la chapa chila

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  7. I found it funny how this cjng lovers back up this guy to talk smacked about cds but this guy ain't sure michoacana or jalisca asi les arda el senor es de sinaloa ya quisieran que que alguien de su tierra tuviera los tenacates de Este hombre
    Saludos chivis

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    1. Wtf are you blabbering about? Nobody mentioned Cjng??

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    2. That I know of blo-mezaflores don't even get along with cjng ... Blo is in Jalisco Zacatecas Laredo basically every where Los Zetaz or Sinaloa was at, including Baja Calif and sonora chihuaha but Blo ain't shit to CJNG not any more they ain't , CJNG has expanded greatly

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    3. Blo before had a full scale war with Zetas when they were their strongest and against CDS when they were their strongest and the fact that they are still around says alot. CJNG punking small local gang means nothing.Fighting the Zetas in Veracruz means nothing why dont they go to Nuevo Laredo , killing a couple CDS member in Jalisco means nothing why dont they go to Culiacan its obvious they know they will respond back not like those small gangs they try to punk . These are facts CJNG had to get help from another cartel(CAF) just to try and take over a city [Tijuana] from CDS, because by themselves they wouldnt last a month . Sorry if I made one or two CJNG fans cry as they read this

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    4. Los Mazatlecos sigue pesando Nayarit no les van a tumbar

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    5. 12:30 good points...i support blo cause they do good in sonora and el botas blancas and el.mochomo are real fkn ganstas.. one going out blazing and the other in jail taking it like a man. Fk el chapo... he got his power by the goverment who used him...he didnt pave his way like los beltran leyva!..el lp

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    6. @4:23 you support blo but do they support you ? I'm sure if you lost a load or made them hate you they will kill you in a heart beat were is the loyalty in that? Chapo paved his way just like the blo he was fighting the arrellanos back in 1990 while the beltrans were not even bosses of there own organization yet, everyone knows mochomo did security for chapo and chapo helped them pave there way. Chap had his own poppy fields and marijuana fields when he was a kid SO how did the government give him that? He fought and killed his way to the top just like everyone else did.So get your story right before saying anything and Arturo was killed,he didnt go out blazing they asasinated him, mochomo has far better treatment then chapo that's why he is staying quiet theres even pics of him in the visiting room

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    7. / "and chapo helped THEM pave there way"/ never knew chapo was such a nice guy jaja yeah right, In case people dont know this ARturo Beltran Leyvas was an important liutenant for Amado Carrillo fuentes after amado died Arturo was already in charge of many plazas he already had enough power to operate independently but the federation he joined was just that alot of establieshed traffickers who would help each other out theres was no leader above the others they all worked together and were mostly from Sinaloa , Beltran leyvas, Mayo, Chapo, Azul ,Nacho coronel etc ,,,,,Chapo was never Mochomos boss either mochomo worked only for his brother Jefe de jefez

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    8. If he was the boss of bosses he wouldn't have got killed

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    9. EPN decided when it was THE END of El Barbas, just like Alvaro Uribe Velez decided Pablo Emilio Escobar's time was up

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  8. Loza detalló que alrededor de 2013 se encontraba trabajando un proyecto en el que hablaba sobre las comunidades de autodefensa, mismo que preparaba para la plataforma de Netflix, y en un encuentro con directivos de Televisa en Cannes, entre los que se encontraban Emilio Azcárraga y José Bastón, se le advirtió que desistiera de la idea.

    Incluso dijo que directivos de la televisora lo presionaron para que les mostrara dicho proyecto.

    Loza explicó que en una charla personal Bastón, entonces presidente de Televisa Internacional, le dijo que estaba preocupado por él y el trabajo que realizaba sobre las autodefensas, ya que era un tema complejo, y en el que “tenía todo que perder y nada que ganar”. “Lo sentí como una advertencia”, agregó.

    Después de las presiones de los directivos de la televisora, asegura Loza, Netflix no volvió a comunicarse con él.

    https://www.forbes.com.mx/gustavo-loza-ve-represalia-televisa-en-caso-karla-souza/

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  9. If mexico had any balls they would in return for ampiro offer him a dull knife to the throat. These shitbags need to be put in their place.

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  10. Is he still in bed with z

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  11. This so simple. Allow the FBI and DEA take over the operation and capture the little prick ( actually his sergeants are the real pricks that bully the locals ). He is allowed because of culture to walk free and move around in Sinaloa.

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