Sunday, March 11, 2018

Mexican Judge attempts to cross Tijuana/San Diego border with 38 lbs of cocaine

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat from S.D. Union Tribune 


A Tijuana municipal judge is charged with drug smuggling after 38 pounds of cocaine were found hidden in his Jeep Liberty while crossing the border, according to a complaint filed in San Diego federal court.

Eduardo Francisco Sais Peinado was arrested Feb. 10 at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, according to the complaint and jail records.

A Tijuana city official said Sais was fired from his judicial post that same day for a work-related matter but declined to elaborate further, including if the arrest had anything to do with the dismissal.

 Sais was alone in his Jeep when crossing about 6:20 p.m. A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer conducting inspections approached him as he waited in the pre-primary lanes. Sais presented his border crossing card and said he was headed to Chula Vista, according to the complaint. He said he had nothing to declare and that the only people who use the Jeep are him and his girlfriend, the complaint states.

The officers used a device that tests the density of vehicle parts and got a high reading on the door panels, the complaint says. Sais again said he had nothing to declare.

Officers became more suspicious when a drug-sniffing dog alerted to a door, and an X-ray found anomalies in passenger doors, the complaint says.

An officer eventually found 11 packages of cocaine hidden in the front and rear passenger doors, as well as five packages in the rear door.

Sais has pleaded not guilty. He has agreed to remain in federal custody without bail.

Sais had been working as a municipal judge in the city since the previous administration, the official said. Municipal judges oversee cases involving violations of city law, including traffic infractions.

29 comments:

  1. Dejen el negocio de cruzar drogas a la gente de los pueblos y sierras muertas de hambre que se defienden andar en este negocio quesque por la necesidad. Un chingado jues cagado haciendo esto nada mas quema a la gente Mexicana honesta que si trabaja y quiere visitar o vivir en E.U. y los ven los gueros como narcosa todos por culpa de estos!
    Chinguen a su madre estos culeros que trabajan haci sin necesidad y a todo mundo que los defienden tambien!!!

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    1. 6:34 El juez, judge peinado is a municipal officer, even federal judges MUST make their quota, Plaza and Piso fees, local state and federal, the worst part is that le van a despeinar El Pedorro en el bote al juez peinado.
      Pero todos Los presos en califa pagan con el cabús

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    2. 10:28 segun en Califas y o BC el CDS controla y no edtorsionan o piden piso. O controlan ellos o es mentira de esto y cobrar piso???
      No parece ser haci en otras fronteras. Yo conosco mas o menos bien la de Juarez.

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    3. He looks totally baked and red eyed. Musta smoked a blunt before crossing the border. Looks happy as a clam.

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  2. so clueless With the technology advances today how could he be so confident!

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    1. Hey Mary, nice to see.

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    2. The money they make makes them confident

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    3. Wonder what "El Toro de Sinaloa" is doing these days.
      --Fernando Valenzuela was one real sanabagan that gave the Chicago CUBS many sweet victories, I would watch but am NO baseball fan, I hope he don't start crossing shit and get cogido too.

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  3. He used to work for the Judicial del Estado. Those guys are the real cartel underbosses.

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  4. Good old judge who always played the part when it came down to pay traffic fines.this prick would send out operatives and pit points and cops would find any excuse to write you a ticket,then he was the one you had to go pay a visit. (zona norte/5 dr mayo station)

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  5. I'm not surprised. Once in tijuana I did an experiment. I put a kilo of sugar on a back pack.under my seat while crossing back. And sure enough they send me to second inspection and directly to the seat. My point is that any drugs crossing into the USA have paid they federal tax. ;)

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    1. Stupid experiment. Muy bravo Guey

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    2. Dangerous, no?

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    3. Having what "appears to be" a controlled substance still gets you in trouble, be it oregano or salt, sugar or baking soda. You still get to post bond and make bail until you PROVE in court you are not guilty and the labs may take their time to conclude their testing, mister smart ass...
      by then Big Bertha will have bored you a new one for free
      por andar ahi de caliente.

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  6. He 'agreed to remain in federal custody without bail' because his Tijuana Afternoon tea time would now be his Toast time.

    Canadian girl

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  7. Yea he agreed to remain in jail without bond . Shit this aint Mexico ! Hell he got caught crossing a international border with a load of dope ! A Mexican national in his position getting a bond ? No way . This aint mexico

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    1. 10:29 American justice applies the law to everybody equally.
      The good ol' judge is innocent u til proven guilty is a court of law "by a jury of his peers", that would be a jury made up of Mexican traffic court nudges if he is not offered a plea to confess to an ambiguous "more than 5 kilos" and say who set him up and who the money, where the money and pays some money.
      Unless he is a heavy Russian puppet, then no law applies.

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  8. Hell even the Judges are crooked in Mexico.

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  9. Injustice always breeds contempt for the law. - Sol Prendido

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  10. I think the more correct terminology was , he accepted that he was refused bond .

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  11. Que pedo con tanto pinche carro pasando?
    Puro pinche contrabando hormiga chingadamadre, ants trafficking,
    no wonder "everybody" says ants will rule earth some day, but the real ants can't stuff a sock full of grass up their ass for the gas,

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  12. “He agreed to remain in custody”?

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  13. He should be released into the custody of chivis martinez.

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  14. Judge Peinado. The pride of Mexico.

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  15. Innocent. He doesn't remember

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