Friday, March 23, 2018

Serafin Zambada: Son of El Mayo, describes upbringing under the constant threat of bloodshed

Posted by Chivis Martinez republished from San Diego Union  by Kristina Davis

When at nine his mother took him to a doctor, sicarios stormed inside killing his grandparents, uncle and aunt

The day Serafin Zambada Ortiz turned 2, a car bomb exploded outside his birthday party.

When he was 9, just hours after he and his mother had left a Mazatlán hotel to treat an outbreak of the chickenpox, an assassin squad stormed inside, killing his grandparents, uncle and aunt.

It's what happens when your dad is the one of the most powerful drug kingpins in the world.

The constant threat of bloodshed kept Zambada's world very small as a child, moving from place to place under the watchful eye of his mother, at times staying hidden indoors while other children got to play soccer.

"I lived in a golden cage with luxuries that were useless," Zambada wrote of his upbringing amid turbulent narco wars.

Despite his mother's best efforts to shield him from that world, Zambada couldn't resist the pull of the family business. By 22, he was the leader of a drug distribution cell, caught on a wiretap conspiring to traffic large quantities of cocaine and marijuana from Mexico into San Diego.

By 23, he was in jail.

On Wednesday, more than three years after pleading guilty, Zambada, 27, was sentenced by a San Diego federal judge to 5 years in prison. The hearing closes a significant chapter in the long-running, ongoing takedown of Mexico's most powerful trafficking organization: the Sinaloa cartel.

The effort to dismantle the group from top to bottom -- largely played out in San Diego -- has swept up drug distribution networks, smugglers, hit men, high-ranking leaders and money launderers. Many of the prosecutions have been headed by Adam Braverman, a career prosecutor who is San Diego's newest U.S. attorney.

At the very top of the organization are Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman _ the public face of the Sinaloa _ and his co-leader, Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada Garcia -- Serafin's father -- who has operated more from the shadows.

Guzman is awaiting trial in New York City on federal charges of heading a massive trafficking operation.

The elder Zambada remains a fugitive, charged in an indictment in San Diego along with two other sons. The U.S. State Department is offering a reward of up to $5 million for his capture.

Their family history, outlined in letters to the court and in a sentencing memorandum filed by Serafin's defense attorney, reads like the gritty cross-border crime dramas that glamorize the narco underworld. Except this one is real.

"El Mayo," a farmer by trade, was already a rising star by the time he had a chance encounter with Leticia Ortiz Hernandez in Mexicali in 1988. The two already knew each other, having grown up in neighboring villages outside Culiacan, Sinaloa.

Ortiz, a recent graduate of psychology, ignored the advice of her forest ranger father and restaurateur mother to stay away from the drug trade, and she fell in love with the man 15 years her elder. The couple lived in Tijuana, surrounded by key players in the narco scene.

Ten days after Serafin's birth across the border in San Diego, future kingpin Benjamin Arellano-Felix attended the baptism as his godfather. Months later at the boy's confirmation, Amado Carrillo Fuentes -- a leading trafficker known as "Lord of the Skies" for his fleet of cocaine-smuggling planes -- stood up as another godfather.

Then the peace ended. War broke out with the Arellano-Felix brothers over control of the Tijuana plaza. Serafin's mother took him and his baby sister to Culiacan, where they thought it would be safer. The car bomb shattered that notion.

"From that day on, our lives were never the same," the mother recalled in court records. "The same men that not long before stood up for our children in church and promised to raise them to be good Catholics were now trying to kill them."

She said several teenage boys were murdered in Tijuana for the sole reason that they had played on the same soccer team as "El Mayo's" older son from a prior relationship.

The brutality went the other way, too -- a cycle of retaliation.

"From 1992 to the year 2000 the days were difficult and bloody and a stupid senseless war where many families were destroyed and with a lot of pain in their hearts," she said.

When Ortiz's family was killed by rivals, she hid her family from the outside world, frequently moving from home to home and keeping Serafin from school. His father sent armed guards to live with them.

Ortiz told Serafin that his grandparents had been killed in a robbery, but he was starting to understand his family's unusual position in society. He'd spot his father's picture on wanted posters. While Serafin described his dad as someone who provided "love and affection," he was not a constant presence.

Ortiz finally took the children and fled to Phoenix, overcome with depression and paranoia. Serafin and his sister, Teresa, got to live as normal schoolchildren there and learned English. But that tranquillity ended two years later, when Ortiz's visa expired and they returned to the cartel's stronghold.

Serafin and his sister returned to Arizona -- this time without their mother -- to attend The Orme School, a prestigious boarding school near Prescott.

They returned to Culiacan after a year.

Sinaloa's friend-turned-bitter rival, the Arellano-Felix organization, which had dominated the Tijuana routes under Benjamin's leadership until his 2002 arrest, slowly faded from the scene as it became the target of San Diego prosecutions. Benjamin is serving a 25-year sentence in the U.S.

But new rivalries emerged, and the children had to go into hiding again when the Beltran-Leyva Organization splintered from the Sinaloa and a power struggle put family members in the crosshairs. This time, the family escaped to Vancouver, Canada.

Back in Culiacan, Serafin attended college at the Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa to study agronomy, where classmates said he thrived in his studies and soccer. But he was drawn back into the world that he'd been sheltered from for so long.

"Unfortunately, I returned to Culiacan Sinaloa and I say unfortunately because in that city there is nothing more than the drug trade," he wrote in a letter to the judge.

In 2010, still a teenager, he married a girl who also comes from a family entrenched in trafficking. The young couple had two children.

"I think it was his way of becoming independent and getting out of the bubble he had always felt he lived inside of," his mother surmised.

Authorities have not released much detail about Zambada's managerial role in the cartel. Most documents in the case have been filed under seal.

He was arrested on a warrant in November 2013 as he used the pedestrian lanes to cross into the U.S. at the port of entry in Nogales, Ariz.

Zambada pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to import more than 100 kilograms of cocaine and more than 1,000 kilograms of marijuana into the U.S. from Mexico, according to the plea agreement. He also agreed to forfeit $250,000 in drug proceeds, an amount that has been paid.

On Wednesday, Zambada -- allowed to temporarily trade in his jail garb for a white dress shirt and blue slacks _ apologized through a Spanish interpreter for his crime and said he looks forward to moving on with his life to raise his two children "in the best way possible."

In his letter to the judge, Zambada explained further: "In this drug business one hurts a lot of people and I your honor regret having been the cause of causing so much damage to many people with the drug business. I have learned here in this place that drugs destroy many lives."

For such a high-profile defendant, the hearing was noticeably devoid of the usual spirited argument about how much time he deserved behind bars. Both prosecutors and defense attorneys had previously agreed to the prison term, and U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw accepted their recommendation.

While the judge called Zambada's crime "very significant," he listed several mitigating factors that made a lower sentence reasonable, including his youth, his "genuine remorse," the lack of violence in his background and the many letters of support from family and friends depicting him as a polite and helpful young man. Without the departures, Zambada had faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years.

It is not known why it took so many years to sentence Zambada. With time already served, he should be out of custody by September, said his defense attorney Saji Vettiyil.

He plans to finish the last bits of schooling to get his college degree and to help his mother with her Mexican lychee and mango farm, possibly distributing the fruit to a U.S. market.


99 comments:

  1. First thing his dad should donis send his son to the doctor and have him scanned for gps implants.

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    1. No need, they know his and his dad's every move without that.

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    2. "have him scanned for gps implants"
      You couldnt make this shit up,the DEA implanted him when they doped him up

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  2. Won't he live in constant danger from someone/several someones wanting to settle some old score?

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  3. very interesting article, chivis.

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  4. As soon as he gets out, he will be back at it.

    Why these fools follow their fathers footsteps, when they have it made from birth, is beyond me. Narcos rarely die of old age, unless it's in prison.

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    1. El señor is an example, he will die of old age

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    2. El senor? Lol he's all hype, zambada is losing plazas to cjng

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    3. 1:30 cjng doesnt have one plaza outside of jalisco and those days of cjng coming up are over. They're getting their asses handed to them left and right where you been the past 4 months. Its game over for them within 1-2 years

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  5. i don't understand something. why did he entered in the game if his father is so wealthy? why his father didn't kept him away from this bussines? the same thing with vicentillo and mayito gordo. why a father would put his sons in danger? i wonder if mayo has any regrets now that his sons are in prison...

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    1. If you just enjoy your daddy's money you look like a b*tch and people talk behind your back. In order to appear like he's his own man and he has balls, he has to do stupid risky things like traffic drugs.

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    2. They like the money

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    3. @3:52
      So what u are implying is ,” What stupid is, Stupid does!”!
      Perfect analogy.
      Everyone has choices in life. What one chooses to do with it depends on ones ability to acquire it.

      E42

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    4. Its the only lifestyle they know. Try yourself to live a lifestyle totally different to the one you were raised in. It is damn hard.

      P.S. This is no excuse for kids being raised in a criminal environment, but an explanation.

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    5. In my opinion, even if he had gone down the straight and narrow path, he still would've had to live the rest of his life looking over shoulder because of his family's last name. Maybe he really was just in love with the money, but one also has to wonder that if he had the "nothing to lose" mentality. Just my .02

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    6. 3:51-Spot on.

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    7. el Mayate was asked for the head of el chapo by amao carillo juentes when he still lived, and el mayate chose to get with el chapo, they were Rafail caro quintero boys since the start with CDS AND EL GUERO PALMA SALAZAR, FROM GUATEMALA TO CHICAGO AND NIU YOR' and everythin in between and to the sides, because they are the CHAMPS.

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    8. It was Vicente that wanted chapos head for killing his brother Rodolfo Carrillo, thats pretty much when everything started to get big with the border drug war.

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    9. 8.09
      What one does is what one can do when one is trying to do ones best

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  6. i wonder if he is the reason for el chapo being caught,sounds like someone has been cooing like a pigeon on a stool.And as a post says if his dad was so rich why get involved in this, daddy got lots of money

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    1. STOOL PIGEONS DON'T LIKE IT, BUT THEY SING LIKE CANARIES.
      others sweat envy bullets.

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  7. How did the mother get the fruit farm?

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    1. 12:04 family owned since before hernan cortez came to kill the indians with his pestilence and viruses

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    2. 2:09 you should be grateful it was the big bad spaniards that considered natives humans and not the Dutch or the Anglo with their ideas of genocide.

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    3. 9:27 Are you talking about the same spaniards that killed millions of so called savages in the name of god just to take their gold and destroy their civilization and their way if life? Gtfo

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    4. Is this the bitch that was moaning about his comments?
      Thought you was going?

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  8. Mayo will be forced to kill his rat sons and his son's wives and children!
    That's how cartels roll!
    2 thumbs up for boiling them in oil!!!!!!

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    1. Mayo is still a free man, why would he be forced to kill his son?

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    2. 12:57 stop smoking that meth!

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  9. Another filthy mexican narco who was killing 10Ks with his families drugs and when the going gets tough runs to America and cries for protection.
    Release him in Nuevo Laredo to the Zetas and BLO!
    He'll be a You Tube star!

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    1. He would be. He'll hit all the high notes.

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    2. lucky Serafina, she is an american citizen.
      on the other hand i am sorry for you,
      i hope somebody don't break your dreams

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  10. From a gilded cage with luxuries to a cement box with only your tortured thoughts!

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  11. Honestly, their is a little sympathy for him.

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  12. Well done Chivis
    Having read the article. I can’t seem to make sense of the light sentence given to a major drug trafficking player. Where many here are given almost a lifetime sentence for haven distributed smaller amounts.
    I guess it’s true to say that money talks. While all those unfortunate ( minority speaking) in the US are the ones being made an example of.
    Maybe if these unfortunate individuals were to have had letters of recommendation and a well script letter of remorse, the outcome would be less severe.
    This system is definitely broken!

    E42


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    1. Hey E....He was a lightweight, now his jackass brother on the other hand is/was a heavy.

      This article caught my eye because I often think about the narco jr's and what a sad life they live, especially as small children. i wonder why narcos don't sway their kids from the life and encouraging them to strive for better and pushing a quality education. Typically our culture wants and works hard for our children to have better and do better. I wonder how difficult it is for narco jr's to say no. BTW good to see you back commenting! :)

      Paz
      Chivis

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    2. @ Chivis
      Like most parents strive for, education , values and respect for ones children. Difficulty of understanding reason comes from any child. It’s the responsibility of a parent to instill the perils and consequences of such activities. A parent will undertake a scrupulous lifestyle to better oneself ( rather family ). However, such lifestyle should not be embraced nor practiced by those you care for. That’s if you truly care for them.

      I made it my life and goal to keep my son aware and away from any wrong-doings. There is no need to follow ones footsteps.

      Best wishes
      E42

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    3. even major drug traffickers get light sentences and cozy deals, like the iran/contra more than one hundred presidential pardoned Crookfellas and Joseph Weichselbaum the 3 time convicted drug trafficker who got it done in about one year and a half, but his goodfather was taken for about 250 million dollars FINE for money laundering at the Taj-Mahal Casino...
      --nice deal, with non-disclosure agreements like some pinchis putas baratas

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    4. The light sentence may have to do with it being a conspiracy charge if I'm not mistaken..Meaning no actual drugs or money found or exchanged.

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    5. No-drugs charges are usually entrapment by real big drug trafficking motherfakers that were caught LOADED AND RED HANDED and are getting paid by the new DEA to make their case for them, Mike Levine explains on "good cops gone bad"
      Maybe the NEW DEA needs to wash their face again?

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  13. The Game is Good..ask Ivan and alfredo..Chapo and Mayo both have deals in place for their children..Chapo being moved to the US wasnt planned but since it happened the Mexican government protects Los Chapitos.. and all of Mayos children are fine and will all be back in mexico by 2025..Chapo and Mayo have everything set up for another 50 years..The Game is Good..

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    1. Your deal only lasts until the next president comes in. Then youre on your own. If you really wanna know whats gomna happen Ivan will turn on mayitos once mayo dies. Its been proven over and over. The ocean is never big enough for one fish.

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    2. While their family gets killed off little by little from their enemies

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    3. If it was they would not have been touched.

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    4. 1:17pm El Flaco es more respected in Sinaloa than Ivan and Alfredo. Independent traffickers would not allow that. There are independent traffickers way more powerful than what you see on BorderlandBeat. Example, various place by Estacion Obispo... Pura Cajeta.

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    5. Chapitos won't turn on Mayitos....especially Vicente..he is the bridge between the generations. Flacco is the other reason. He is the one running day to day ops. Chapitos work for him. That was the deal, when Mayo held Menchitos balls to the fire, and had Mencho clean up Damasos mess. The Guzman's and Zambadas will always back eachother.

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    6. El Grande rojo is the biggest cds fan lol he's always on their nuts with no facts to back up his nonsense. why is Mencho cleaning Baja California while half mayos crew joined Mencho along with what's left from the damasos? You make no sense boy

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    7. Tijuana is hot...everyone there. Go east...Golfos and CDS move the most weight. Now CDS taking over the coke biz in Columbia. Facts are they still are moving the most weight. You'll see...no fan of anyone, just see the big pic. Old money rules all. Everywhere Everytime.

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  14. They all victims of their environment they are very poor and one thing they have in Sinaloa is this big balls guys who don't think about anything but money very sad because if they had the chance and opportunity to used their intelligence In something positive this world will be great

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    1. It doesn't take big balls to be a DEA informant and sell drugs, scumm if you ask me. Looks like the Jalisco turned out to be tougher lol

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    2. 8:38 the big narcos, some were very poor, most wish they still were poor, but their narquito kids have never been poor, they just believed it was easy because it looked easy.

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    3. Well jalisco been control by sinaloa before and michoacan been control by zetas but nobody has ever taken over Sinaloa thats says more than words LMAO

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    4. 8:25 well the reason is the Sinaloas and golfos were amongs the first cartels, there were many from michoacan that either ran with cds or cdg/zetas until michoacanos made their own cartels. Now michoacanos are well connected and there is no way another cartel will go into michoacan, even cjng is having a hard time taking it over. Just like cds could never take over Tamaulipas, and they did try but they retreated back to sinaloa after they were getting killed and going nowhere.

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    5. 8:25 crazy how jalisco was ran by Sinaloas but a michoacano took that plaza and expanded it to the whole state.. Sinaloa people are so proud that they have drug pushers in that state but fail to realize that michoacanos are their biggest competition. Mention the name mencho and they don't know how to act lol michoacanos were running deep with cds but were getting snitched off, handed over to DEA to eliminate competition. Cartel de snitches has a hard time with cjng taking their plazas. Cds and cjng are the top dogs but you know lately cjng power has grown to take the #1 spot. Who knows next election though, one thing is for sure, there will be many more dead.. That's the sad part

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    6. 10:29 you really believe Sinaloa doesn't move shipments thru tamps or nuevo leon you're smoking dick. CDS doesnt have to control narcomenudeos across mexico like these dirtbags cartel from jalisco or michoacan. They move their dope anywhere they please FOH

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    7. 12:39 is right bro. Jesus Albino Quintero moved massive weight through Tamps he supplied the golfos with weight and I’m not talking peanuts, and guess were he was from? Sinaloa. Yes the michocanos have branched out but they are still a big fish in an ocean of sharks. The thing about the sinaloans is that they are known world wide bro, I kid you not. These cats are mentioned in rap songs because before all the bullshittin and killings the sinaloans only dealt in drug trafficking

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  15. He will be dead within a year if he returns back to Mexico.

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  16. Fucking pussy man... This guy like alot of so called tough guys go to prison and turn into new men and blah blah .. as soon as they are released they go back to the same shit.... Sh not so tough when they alone without guns and shit... Fcking corridos they put out makes em real macho .. transfer his bitch ass out of PC pa que sepa lo que es salir Al topon lol... Greetings from teTex loo

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    1. 11:15 Vicente Zambada Niebla se la rifo a balazos con algunos de los mejores antes de irse pa la capital, no todos som juniors inutiles

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    2. Confirmativo al 2:27pm .... El Niño le atoraba con contras y militares cuando era necesario. Ese niño era limpia plazas para su padre y si le gustaba hechar chinganzos alado de su plebada.

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    3. Si see tiara con militares no estaria vivo, no signs pendejadas jajaja

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  17. What about the bloodshed his father has caused? The war for Tijuana and Baja California Sur? How about this bias reporter sheds some light into the stuff his dad has done?

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    1. el Mayo es como yo,
      no le busquen porque le van a hallar
      y luego no se la van a acabar
      ni llendo a llorar con su mama

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  18. The guy is coming out in September for time served already, not a bad deal at all. Starting to think that the DEA is really in cahoots with the Zambadas, main reason they haven't touched Vicentillo.

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    1. Sounds logical, maybe el chapo being locked up before zambada dies an old man and his children becoming the CDS heirs was part of his long term plan? To receive such a pa!try sentence can only be part of a DEA deal and it stinks. There's people in USA jails locked up for life for dealing a small amount of drugs, it seems like a slap in the face for the judiciary to agree to that.

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    2. 11:59 DEA chicago sent the flores twins to entrap Vicente Zanbada Niebla and La Chapa, they were the heirs of the guadalajara cartel mobsters that abducted kiki Camarena and his mexican pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar and tortured them for 3 days before murdering and disappearing their bodies for a few months, ORDERS OF THE CIA rogue agents in mexico associated with Iran/Contra like felix ismael rodriguez mendigutia, a cuban terrorista exhile refugee and lt col Oliver North a vietnam war era marine hero of the NSA

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    3. "entrap Vicente Zanbada Niebla"
      Look at this genius,he plead guilty didnt he,he led sicarios into Juarez and he was entrapped,comical.
      The big bad DEA again,they didnt go to the moon you know,and DEA made the bermuda triangle to train terrorists incognito,the dark side of the moon has a DEA base on it,and Vincent was entirely innocent ?

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    4. Ohh shit,conspiwacy theorists led by mills are raging hard,beware the water,dont go near the water and stay away from TVs

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  19. Shitbag will be hunted for the rest of his life.

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  20. Bullshit, man makes millions killing others and gets off light.. is there any wonder so many get into this business? Throw away the key

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  21. It's like being a son of a CEO of a big Corp. Nepotism runs strong in Latin cultures. Plus they are always surrounded by sicarios who protect and teach them. It's a natural progression for Narco jrs.

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  22. Mayo is the all time Don Bigger Then pablo That man is legend a myth some type of gosth and his intelligence is something out of this world first he put 3 of son in safety yes lock up but with a deal and alive Then has Evaded authoritys for decades And Lastly Slapped and punk The New Chapo El mencho Saving The Menores And Letting him know con sinaloa topan y se sientan Saludos BB

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    1. Could not agree more

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    2. You must mean Mayo has been the colombians mule for decades. Second, my question to your god "mayo" why did he just "slap" mencho if he is all powerfull why not kill him and send a message that they're untouchable? Why let the lil brats get kidnapped humiliated on security video and only beg mencho to let them go in exchange for routes? Must be that his power is very limited when compared with Mencho!

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    3. If mayo is so tough, why is Mencho taking his plazas in Baja California, even half his crew from there jumped ship to work for cjng.. Mayo told Mencho he wanted a peace treaty but instead got more war from cjng and took most his plaza.

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    4. TJ is a free for all. Mayo now dealing with CDG. Easier more lucrative routes to the East. Sinaloa had SanDiego on lock for a long time. Mayo ain't nobody's mule. Sinaloa is dominating in Colombia. Buying up coca plantations and politicians all over Central and South America. CJNG are meth dealers. Sinaloa owns the come, and heroin markets. Still the biggest infrastructure and weight movers. CJNG and Zetas seem more into fighting and synthetics. A big move is coming. My bet says the old guard prevails. The other Cartels are looking too bloody in the media....CDS laying lower. Buying the next prez. If they do, it'll be Mencho looking to make a deal. If not, I hope the Zambadas and Guzman's have a fortified island far away.

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  23. Mayo is aged, thats why he is allowing his kids(s) to say stuf like this. He know that he is never to get caught, but wants his kids to enjoy his/their millions and freedom (who can blame him?l I do not think/agree that Serafin is a pussy, I would say he is smart, he probably played the dea and buyed some politicians. I hope for him that he can live in the states, because now other cartels will love to hurt him I gues.

    On the other hand; great atricle. Love to read about Narco Jr's, their past and (given) choices. Thanks Chivis. Br from Europe, Holland

    La vela

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  24. Looks like Arturo had Mayo sweating after killing Edgar Guzman

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    1. It was mayos people who killed edgar, learn your facts. Arturo or his people were never near culiacan when that happened.

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    2. It was Macho Prieto by mistake, also Tachillo's death it was blamed on Arturo but in reality it was Mayos people.

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    3. Tachio was lit up by gonzalito araujo and his crew and edgar was killed by el guacho and his people both responded ultimately to arturo

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  25. I know Saji was traveling at least once a week to culiacan and el salado during all these yrs to personally talk to el Mayo abt the case... Serafin cooperated with authorities no doubt but everything had to go through Mayo first.... they ratted competition and did smart moves to their benefit even if it hurted close allies.... business is business as they say

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  26. Its horrible to think what this young man has been through. All the money and vices that go along with it and then to end up in prison for crimes he was subjected to. Hopefully he is on the right road..

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  27. WOW I always wanted to know, whats its like being born into a Drug cartel family, this guy have been around violence, drugs killers and assassins since the day he was born, and then marry a girl that was also born into the business, no wonder he stayed in the business, instead of just living in another country the money, power and lifestyle if just to good to give up when they know that people around them are killed all the time and they can be killed at any moment, they live for today.

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  28. Where is el Mayito Gordo locked up? U.S or Mexico?

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  29. Where is el mayito gordo? Mexican jail or us

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  30. He's already arranged for 1,200 kilos of cocaine to be transferred to the US the day he us released from prison. Then he will go legit and farm mangos and avocados.

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    1. For real,he had pics of himself giving it out big time like the rest of them posing with guns and bodies and they all fell for his poor me crap,what a joke,anyway who cares

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    2. LOL...Classic response. To get such time reduced someone must have been singing like Bruno Mars...hmm Mangos Aka Bricks of Coke.

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  31. Why don't my comments ever show!?!?!?

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    1. @8:52 PM How would I know. I don't know who you are and don't know what was in your comments. Probably because you broke the rules/policies. If you want to email me and tell me what was in your comments I will try to help you get them posted. My email address is on front page

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  32. Mayito Gordo is still in jail in Mexico

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    1. How much time did they give El Mayito Gordo?

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  33. You guys should do a story on El Mayito Gordo like a update

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  34. Serafin,babygirl,homie,guey,dude,stop please.
    Man,im going to start crying,i can literally hear violins an shit.Anyone remember this guy in a pic with a dead dude posing?
    Fuck outta here with your bullshit an they bought it

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  35. The Highlight of this Article:

    "He plans to finish the last bits of schooling to get his college degree and to help his mother with her Mexican lychee and mango farm, possibly distributing the fruit to a U.S. market."

    #Classic

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  36. Whats the word on El Chino Antrax??? A upgraded article would be nice.

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