Thursday, April 12, 2018

FBI includes Caro Quintero among 10 most wanted; offers $ 20 million for capture

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from El Universal
                        Incluye FBI a Caro Quintero entre los 10 más buscados; ofrece 20 mdd por captura
The Federal Bureau of Investigation added another accusation against him for the murder of the agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena; he is the first man also wanted by the DEA to be included in this list
 

by Diana Lastiri

CDMX.- The Federal Bureau of Investigation included Rafael Caro Quintero in the list of the 10 most wanted men, adding another indictment against him for the murder of DEA agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena.

Through a statement, the FBI described Caro Quintero as an "extremely dangerous" man and warned that he is armed. With this, he became the first man wanted by the DEA to be included in the list of top 10 FBI fugitives.

According to the deputy director of the FBI, David L. Bowdich, Caro Quintero is wanted for the role he played in the kidnapping and murder of Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, which occurred in 1985.

Both the DEA and the District Attorney for the Eastern District of New York announced that an additional accusation was added as leader of a criminal enterprise between 1980 and 2017 dedicated to the trafficking of methamphetamines, heroin, cocaine and marijuana to the United States and other countries.

"Today, along with our federal partners from the DEA, the Marshals Service and the State Department, we are committed to bringing to justice this dangerous criminal and cartel leader, who is responsible for the brutal murder of an agent of the DEA," said Bowdich.

The US government offers a reward of 20 million dollars for the capture of Caro Quintero.

The Associate Director of Operations of US Federal Marshals, Derrick Driscoll announced that the authorities of that country will continue working together with Mexico to obtain information on the whereabouts of Rafael Carlo Quintero.

"Anyone with information about Caro-Quintero should not take any action on their own, but should immediately contact the nearest US Embassy or Consulate," warned the FBI.

Full wanted poster:

57 comments:

  1. Right... Is there a 20 Million dollar reward for the CIA acknowledging their involvement as well?

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    1. The US Government Cartel sets the rules

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    2. Exactly Chapo would be nothing with out the CIA.

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    3. NYT --CIA Inspector General admits that Agency kept working with drug smugglers AND Had an agreement to not report smuggling
      New York Times 1998
      http://www.scribd.com/doc/128181161/NYT-CIA-Inspector-General-admits-that-Agency-kept-working-with-drug-smugglers-Had-an-agreement-to-not-report-smuggling


      “When CIA Inspector General Fred P. Hitz testified before the House Intelligence Committee in March 1998, he admitted a secret government interagency agreement. `Let me be frank about what we are finding,’ Hitz said. `There are instances where CIA did not, in an expeditious or consistent fashion, cut off relationships with individuals supporting the Contra program who were alleged to have engaged in drug trafficking activity.’

      “The lawmakers fidgeted uneasily. `Did any of these allegations involved trafficking in the United States?’ asked Congressman Norman Dicks of Washington. `Yes,’ Hitz answered. Dicks flushed.”

      “And what, Hitz was asked, had been the CIA’s legal responsibility when it learned of this? That issue, Hitz replied haltingly, had `a rather odd history…the period of 1982 to 1995 was one in which there was no official requirement to report on allegations of drug trafficking with respect to non-employees of the agency, and they were defined to include agents, assets, non-staff employees.’ There had been a secret agreement to that effect `hammered out between the CIA and U.S. Attorney General William French Smith in 1982,’ he testified.”

      Hitz concluded his testimony by stating “This is the grist for more work, if anyone wants to do it.”



      In 1998, Fredrick Hitz, CIA Inspector General (IG) and Michael Bromwich DOJ Inspector General released reports admitting to the existence of an agreement which exempted the Intelligence agencies of the USA from reporting drug crimes. The legislative body chosen to hear the allegations was the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) chaired by Porter Goss, a former CIA officer (1960-71) who would later serve as Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) (2004 to 2006) under George W. Bush. The committee hearings were held behind closed doors from 1998 to 2000 and a final classified report was released in June, 2000. The report has never been released to the public.

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    4. "There is no question in my mind that people affiliated with, on the payroll of, and carrying the credentials of,the CIA were involved in drug trafficking while involved in support of the contras."—Senator John Kerry, The Washington Post (1996)


      "It is clear that there is a network of drug trafficking through the Contras...We can produce specific law-enforcement officials who will tell you that they have been called off drug-trafficking investigations because the CIA is involved or because it would threaten national security."

      --Senator John Kerry at a closed door Senate Committee hearing


      “Because of Webb’s work the CIA launched an Inspector General investigation that named dozens of troubling connections to drug runners. That wouldn’t have happened if Gary Webb hadn’t been willing to stand up and risk it all.”
      Senator John Kerry (LA Weekly, May 30, 2013)

      “On the basis of the evidence, it is clear that individuals who provided support for the Contras were involved in drug trafficking, the supply network of the Contras was used by drug trafficking organizations, and elements of the Contras themselves knowingly received financial and material assistance from drug traffickers. In each case, one or another agency of the U.S. government had information regarding the involvement either while it was occurring, or immediately thereafter.”

      --Senator John Kerry’s Committee Report Executive Summary April 13, 1989.



      NARCO-COLONIALISM IN THE 20TH CENTURY - EX DEA AGENTS SPEAK

      https://web.archive.org/web/20120208083401/http://ciadrugs.homestead.com/files/

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  2. I'm curious, why dont these poor cartel guys(i.e one of those poorly paid guys killed when chapo was caught) give up these guys secretly and bounce?

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    1. His whole extended family be killed hastA el perro

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    2. It is not that easy my friend. Poor people do not know Caro's whereabouts. Most poor criminals that would know his location do not have a U.S. visa also meaning that it would be an instant death sentence for them AND their entire families if they decided to turn Caro and even MZ in speaking to corrupt Mexican pokice departments.

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    3. Loyalty, in any business you don't bite the hand that fees you. Snitches get stiches, and get tossed in ditches.

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    4. It’s called Respect, these people have done a lot for the peasants.

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    5. Because they probably have common sense.

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    6. Eventually they will get betrayed, specially if they are mak8ng the spot hot like all the government in sinaloa looking for him and in the process burning drug fields, bad for business. It's only a matter of time, government knows what they are doing

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    7. It coukd be $100m..it would take a daisy chain of people to get the info out to the USG. Its not like DEA is just walking around mtn trails so u can just hand him over. You would need at least 20 people to help get real time info to a capture squad. Someone would burn u in the process.

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    8. They wouldn't live long enough to spend the money

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  3. If anyone thinks the U.S. will honour that reward is to desperate to think rationally.

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    1. What are you talking about?
      Twenty million is nothing to the U.S. Government.

      The reason that reward will likely never be collected on is if you had an informant in Mexico that knew exactly where Caro was, and you got that info to an FBI/DEA field office in the United States, they would still have to contact the Mexican authorities to set up a capture operation and that is where the corrupt Mexicans would blow your plan by tipping off their cartel bosses.
      Please quit pretending we are as corrupt as you are.
      We need that wall built for both our countries’ benefit.

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    2. 5:35 well, somebody must be real corrupt,
      --the US government spares no opportunity to steal from the American people that has been loaded with about 25 trillion dollars in foreign debt to make more than a few government cronies richer.
      --the Mexican government steals billions of pesos some of which is invested on the US, and no Mexican government official worth his salt will let go of one million dollars just like that, much less 20 even under a rain of bullets.
      But upping the reward times 4 must be a gift for the private contractors, wink, wink. 5 million for La Chapa was not enough

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  4. Uhm yeah for 20 mill his mother will turn him in ...

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  5. Dang, 20 million wow, they want him bad! They know he's still in the drug game, he has recent corridos that say so but has interviews that he said he is not in bit no more too.. He knew he messed up... Not even chapo who escap3d 2 times from prison got so much reward money for his capture.. He's defenetly going down. No doubt about it

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  6. @10:07 I totally agree cia is the puppet master behind the strings, letting all that coke flood South Central LA...

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    1. The CIA? Lol Mexicans are flooding the Market. It ain’t the 70s anymore, they got more important stuff to take care off

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  7. The CIA did control everything and it does support certain groups.

    They lost Control of everything in 85 when they started going after everyone. The whole war on drugs was a war on their former employees.

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  8. Should have not killed, the DEA agent, which of his many bodyguards, will stand to get rich, for turning him in. Or better yet, the drones circulating in the mountains,will get you with a Hellfire mmissle.

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  9. They can change the amount of reward all they want they arent gonna catch Caro. No por nada le dicen el numero 1

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    1. He called himself that, just like el here de here a wasn't boss of nobody outside his cartel. Just a name they use to boast if how bad they are but eventually are the ones that end up killed or in jail

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    2. Who is a boss of anybody outside their cartel moron?? That was the dumbest comment ive seen published in a minute. You must be another jealous cjng rat, A MI EL MENCHO VALE VERGAS ME LA PELA TAMBIEN.

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    3. 3:38 exactly, just a name he called himself jefe de jefes but only boss of beltranes. Sinaloas always talk about jealousy but are the ones that are truly jealous. just look at how much hate they have on Mencho hahaha

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    4. Caro Quintero only did one grade of school, but he failed 12 times in 12 years, never passed to 2nd grade.
      But what I don't understand is how he got to be a capo del narco and made all those billions of dollars being so illiterate like El Chapo, maybe because the CIA knows it all and was in complete control?

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  10. Leave this old man alone can’t u see he’s not in the game anymore #FREECARO-QUINTERO

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    1. Who cares, Rafael Caro Quintero is just one more cockroach, they can stick him up their ass for all I care, specially after he was their puppet and silent partner for so long.
      Moreover, Eso se saca por andar ahi de caliente.

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  11. Good luck collecting. Look at deas most wanted for 5 million each. Most are dead or locked up but they are still posted years later. A joke! Tony M.

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  12. Why are they targeting caro hard all of a sudden?

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    1. Sinaloa is the biggest threat to another PRI presidency since cjng payed for the last one to get rid of them which only turned up Chapo. Mayo has too much info on them so they targeting Caro who is reinventing himself and reestablishing himsef as El Narco de Narcos and doesn't have that much pull from being gone those 28 years. For him to go from zero to taking Chapos place in the Pacific cartel that quick is a ascend we've never seen before.

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  13. Caro Q. Your days are outnumbered, kiss your azz. Ah bye....

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  14. Chapo has always been a snitch to his people, so he should snitch on RCQ, get the 20 million for his lawyers... Then he's still gonna lose his case but he wouldnt be alone. RCQ would be next to him! Win win for all!

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    1. Sounds like a michoacano wishful thinking. Y'all just jealous 24/7 of Sinaloenses lol $20 million now for a capo from Sinaloa which makes him the most wanted man in the world now. They wouldn't pay dog shit for menso

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    2. Yea thats something to be proud of smh!

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    3. 3:29 why the Fuck would a michoacano be jealous of sinaloas? Michoacan has had many talented individuals that make sinaloa look like amateurs. All Sinaloa people are just known for drug dealing and consuming drugs, big deal. Never had a scholar or even a president come out of THERE. Nomas ablan a lo pendejo!! !

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    4. @8:12 jealousy is bad for your health man. Its no secret that Sinaloa has some of the most talented musicians in all of mexico.Sinaloenses arent just known for drug dealing. Let go of that anger and jealousy that you have and it will make you a better person.

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    5. 6:41 ok so I forgot the singers. and what do they sing about? Drugs and cartels haha pathetic, again.. Why the fuck would a michoacano be jealous of Sinaloa? You sinaloas keep posting it over and over and over, it's annoying. If ANYBODY post something negative about a sinaloa cartel it's b3cause people are jealous? Grow up kid

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  15. All of these people talking "CIA" like they know. It's all speculation.

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    1. 11:15 check "Powderburns" by Cele Castillo, a most decorated DEA AGENT until he ran head-on against the CIA and their chingaderas and their strong men and goodfellas...
      Also Gary Hart and John Kerry reports, and Gary Webb exposé and Ricky Ross accounts, and Mike Levine's...sheyet, even mobsters have talked.

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  16. caro quintero is hiding in san pedro nuevo leon
    thats why he made a truce with the templarios
    who also are operating in mty
    caro will not get caugth because until july
    when nuevo leon goverment aknowledge they will offer him as a peace threathy among the remaining cartels and drug kingpings
    and also as i typing
    the news are showing a comandante of templarios who got detained in apodaca nuevo leon
    yup
    things gonna get nasty again

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  17. Playboy is wearing a nice 5.11 cap. That tells me he’s being supported by crooked Americans. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Seeing 5.11 gear like that in his video is saying a lot. It’s like seeing a midget in the desert. You know they exist. But you hardly ever see them. Coming across them is a rarity. And a rarity for me is a signal. Playboy signaled a lot of people by wearing that cap. - Sol Prendido

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    2. Caros bodyguards are American or American trained. It had always been like that since before his prison stint. That fucker is sure of himself because of as Chapo was was with Sean Penn.

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  18. So what happens if lopez obrador wins the election and how he feels about US DEA in Mexico

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    1. We trust AMLO will be more nationalist,
      --but he has a lot of mandatory ass kissing if he doesn'the want to run into blockades, ostracism, economic crisis, and extreme right terrorism promoted by expert "democrata-Cristianos" like happened to Salvador Allende in Chile, Jorge Eliecer Gaytan in Colombia, Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, Daniel Ortega in nicaraguau, Jacob Arbenz in guatemala, Francisco I Madero in Mexico or Omar Torrijos in Panama or Jaime Rolls Aguilera...because the masters of the world never learn, even Kennedy and Obama ran into the Wall...
      --The master Plan is outlined in the Book "the Confessions of an Economic Hitman" by John Perkins, an American seeking redemption by confessing to crimes he has been a part of for his country.

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  19. There are eyes in the sky while they are shaking things up . They are watching and listening . If he is in the area they will find him

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  20. He was already convicted and served almost 30 years in prison. So how can the united states of corruption think they can convict him of the same crime again?

    When the 3 bosses went to prison after killing the DEA agent did they lose all power? Seems like these days guys have no problem keeping their power and running things from prison. But these 3 guys went away and I cant remember ever reading stories about them still running anything.

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    1. @7;07AM Some readers, evidently including you are under the impression that Caro was released early because he was pardoned, or because of his age or whatever. But in fact he was released after serving 28 years of his 40 year sentence because a state court reviewed the case and ruled he had been 'tried improperly' overturned his conviction and ordered him released immediately, Mexico could have elected to retry him on the original charge as if all of this had happened in US courts. Mexico elected not to retry him until after pressure from the US to re-arrest him, they issued a warrant for him to be retried. So as it stands now, he has not been convicted of the crimes and Mexico can retry him or the US can seek extradition. (if they can ever find him).

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  21. Just an observation, but there is a cultural drug problem in Mexico, and not use. When this many cartel cheerleaders fight in every article about what state produces the best narcos, the government has done a good job avoiding any responsibility while profiting from the narcos. Bottom line is the drug game will never go away, too may people, in Mexico and although a little quieter, in the US, make too much money that is funneled into legit economies. If you think poor/ghetto areas are destitute now, take the drug money out of the local economies and see what happens. All governments need the shot in the arm that narco dollars give the economy. Miami wouldn’t be but a middling backwater today if not for the drug money that built and financed everything from the late 70’s well into the 90’s and beyond. Drug money helps prop up many businesses in the end. Fast, dirty money is easily spent and flows into many legitimate hands, usually unknowingly. Every government around the world wants growth, power, and the theft of more money from the people at the barrel of a gun. A job where one can vote themselves raises and barely have anyone notice. Payoffs of sexual assault allegations with tax money, and massive spending accounts. The government in general, and federal government more acutely, whether American or Mexican are mostly corrupt pieces of shit who we would be better off with greatly reduced power. Government never shrinks, it grows, and more laws are passed to control your daily life. Government shouldn’t have a word to say regarding how much water my toilets can use per flush, I pay for the water, so fuck off. Thanks for all your hard work Chivis and the other B.B. crew! Best coverage out there, and the legacy media won’t cover the shameful atrocities being committed on the Mexican people, so it’s time the lying ass mainstream news faded away. Just wait, they will all be justifying bailouts in the next few years, and they will get it. Capitalism should be run the way it was designed, can’t compete, too bad, die off and a new business takes its place.
    Finesse in Texass

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    1. That's it I am reporting you to the Metropolitan Water District, leaky toilet.

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  22. They have more money to offer for RCQ because they're really not paying the other $5M rewards for the captures of other capos...they would of preferred RCQ than Chapo

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  23. The benefits of him in prison are, will have a roof under, will get 3 meals a day, get to exercise 1 hour a day. He will not have to worry, of his henchmen killing people for him.

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  24. He looks like Baba Booey in that third picture.

    -El Arrepentido de la Sierra

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