Friday, March 2, 2018

Los Zetas Leader “El Cubano” Detained in Cancun

Tanslated By Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio


José Giraldo García, ''El Cubano'', was captured by elements of AIC and  Army  and is considered a head generator of violence in the states of Veracruz and Quintana Roo.

Feb 2, 2018

Elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency and the Army captured in Cancún, Quintana Roo, José Giraldo García Carmenante, "El Cubano" , identified by the federal government as the alleged leader of Los Zetas in the southern state of Veracruz .

As a result of cabinet and field investigations, it was learned that this person was in a home in Cancún, where a search warrant was executed in order to apprehend him. He is wanted for various and diverse crimes, above all organized crime.

Along with "El Cubano" , another person was also arrested. In addition, 31 wrappers were secured with solid substance with the characteristics of crystal meth weighing approximately one kilogram , five bags of green grass with the characteristics of marijuana, eight pieces of radio communication equipment, three computers and a vehicle with state license plates from Veracruz. 

Federal officials commented that the alleged perpetrator is considered a generator of violence in the states of Veracruz and Quintana Roo , as well as being likely responsible for drug trafficking, drug dealing, extortion and hydrocarbon theft, and human trafficking , which made him a priority objective of the Escudo Titan (Titan  Shield) operation. 

"El Cubano" is originally from the Republic of Cuba and maintained his zone of operations in Coaztacoalcos, Veracruz. He is the third big boss of Los Zetas to fall in the last few months. 

He fled Coatzacoalcos recently after authorities got on the case of one of his associates, Hernan Martinez, who allegedly assassinated a family in Colonia Nueva Calzadas, which included 4 children and their parents.

The detainees, explained the officials, were subordinates of Hernán Martínez Zavaleta, "El Comandante H" , who was arrested on June 29, 2017 by elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency. 

According to alcolorpolitico.com "El Cubano" carried equal if not more weight in the criminal organization than "El Comandante H". 

Julio Cesar Rodriguez Briones, "El Caballero" or "El Moto Moto" was assassinated. More than 50 kidnappings were attributed to him.

On February 8, José María Guizar Valencia, "El Z43" , identified by the federal government as the leader of Los Zetas in the southeast of the country, was arrested by federal forces in Mexico City. 

Subsequently, he was linked to the process by a federal judge, for his probable responsibility in crimes against health and carrying a firearm exclusively used by the armed forces. 

During the hearing, the judge ordered the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic to initiate an investigation to determine whether Guizar Valencia was tortured by elements of the Secretary of the Navy during his capture in Mexico City.

The detainee reported that after his detention, the sailors allegedly moved him to a house, where they covered his head with a hood and handcuffed him hands and feet. Later, they threw him on the floor where they put a towel over his face and poured water on him, which did not allow him to breathe. 

Beatriz Moguel Ancheyta, judge of control at the Federal Criminal Justice Center, in the Reclusorio Oriente, also decided that for security reasons, "El Z43" should remain in the maximum security prison of the Altiplano , in the State of Mexico. 

34 comments:

  1. Fuck for a second there I actually thought Barbara Bush got busted. Lol. - Sol Prendido

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    1. That is the funniest comment in the history of BB!

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    2. Finally a comment worth reading!

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    3. Admit it’s hilarious.

      E42

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  2. Oh my he's a Grandpa!He must be 1 of the '1%ers' that didn't get whacked before their time.He's the 1 the Cartels should parade for the young ones as proof you can last in 'the game.'he would be their idol.

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    1. To survive this long in this environment means one thing. He is one mean mofo, and he is smarter than most of the rest.

      I'm not at all a fanboy, but to last that long in this war you have to have some kind of edge.

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    2. 9:53 you are a fan boy and love your Cubanuses,
      admit it and don't worry,
      we will all love you all the same.
      GOD makes no mistakes.

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  3. He must be one of those that went to Miami on a boat from Mariel Cuba the ones Castro didn't want or the USA all rejects an d criminals like scarface.in 1980.

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  4. Cesar Carrillo capturado en Altata Sinaloa
    -M

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  5. If mexico would have keep the Southwest. US would have immigration problem north of Oklahoma and east Louisiana.

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    1. 6:20 y Canadian border qué güey?
      Then the banana Republic of Florida and east and west coasts?.
      To make your day, personal carriers are starting to get famous.
      Better surround your castles with walls and swamps full of alligators and crocodiles and piranhas...

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    2. The US had a priblem, hungry white pilgrims arrived and we're fed by the american indians that should have fed them to the wolves, not doing it cost the Indians their scalps and their skins, luckily there was a chance to mingle and multiply and become the mixed mash-up of mongrels we are today..

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  6. This dude is wearing a nice shirt chilling in Cancun while his sicarios muertos de hambre are fighting over scraps in Veracruz lmfao

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  7. Slow speed pursuit as he tried scampering off with his walker.

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  8. Looks like el Z43 is beginning to sing. Gave up this geezer in a heartbeat knowing el cubano has few beats left.

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  9. It seems when the authorities catches top leaders with kilos and drug pakages for sale do the leaders not have any pesos or dolars to confiscation.

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    1. 11:03 pos Los polesias se roban el dinero que se hallan,
      lo que sea, hasta los calzones les roban a los detenidos, pero ese es un secreto a voces.

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    2. I always notice that. It's either none, or a few thousand pesos. The arrestors must be entitled to the money, or they think so.

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    3. Pendejos, Los American uses wait until they know where the bank holding all the money and confiscate the hundreds of millions of dollars, but in Mexico you wait until tomarrah, and you will never see "your" money again because other soldiers, marinas, estatales, federales or municipales got a leg up and pissed on you, your marks and your bank account.

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    4. Pendejos??? Yet another keyboard sicario...must be listening to corridos.

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    5. 7:57 you are Un Gran Pendejo, all it says Americans wait until the money is in the bank, by the millions of dollars.
      Pendejo Mexican polesias would rather steal un peso today than a million tomarrah.

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  10. I think they brand a lot of captures as capos or plaza leader. Just to make it sound more impactful.

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  11. Damn, so this guy was more important than Comdt. H, who was holding meetings with the governor’s son. I’d love to know the backstory on Cubano; the only other really old Zetas boss they’ve captured recently was Pata de Queso/Guero 77.

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    1. I do believe, if I remember correctly, that I read he was trying to resurrect the plaza for Los Zetas Escuela Viejo.

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  12. This THING is a Zetas boss? He would not even hurt a fly

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    1. You do realize he's a Cuban revolutionary veteran, right ? He was a guerilla warrior back in the day.
      Lots of OG zetas hired guerrilla mercenaries from Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, etc in the early 00s .

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    2. 1:49 if he was a revolutionary veteran he would not be able to carry his own farts by now, he may be marielito or other 2nd generation refugee.
      At the end, fidel castro himself was barely able to open his mouth without opening his pedorro.

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  13. Doesn’t even look like a Z commander, then again don’t judge a book by its cover...

    I take it this is a big hit for Z Veracruz? Or operations continue on with a different leader?

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  14. Zetas just keep getting captured but still not going anywhere

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  15. The goverment trying to help jalisco by taking down their enemies leaders.

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  16. This guy needs to lay off the estrogen

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    1. 10:55 sorry, no.
      Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso, remember?

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