Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Coahuila: Zetas financial boss is sentenced to 36 years

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A federal judge sentenced Alfonso Zamudio Quijada, “El Samurai”, to 36 years in prison.  Zamudio was identified by the federal government as one of the financial operators of the Los Zetas cartel, who was arrested in Monclova, Coahuila in June of 2013.

The capture of El Samurai transpired when he was leaving a building in the Ampliacion Roma.  Personal of the Mexican Navy seized 500 bags of cocaine.

The judge in the state of Coahuila found Zamudio criminally responsible for the crimes of organized crime, operations using resources of illicit origin, possession of a firearm for the exclusive use of armed forces.

28 comments:

  1. It took 5 years to complete court on a sentence. What happened to accepting bribes. Zetas out of luck.

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  2. El Samurai was an elite member of the Zetas. During one of my topones with him and his people .We fought.I must say his swords skills were pretty good . IAm currently in the process of hiring a Samurai hitman from the Japanese Yakusa to help me train my people in sword fighting and Judo hand to hand .Just want to make sure we have the most highly trained multi facered team.

    SICARIO 006

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    1. 006 you have got to be the biggest idiot to ever post on this site.
      Yakuza would never waste their time with cartel amateur' s
      Leave your mom's basement and see if your pizza rolls are ready

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    2. He worked in an office not in battlefields you idiot.

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    3. You been playing too much black ops.

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    4. You fogot to say mosad

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    5. Lighten up Lance, turn around and go back too your prep school. This site isn’t for you. -

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    6. LOL . Hope they can teach them how to repel .30 cal bullets with swords .

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    7. It is my understanding that Mexico and the USA are installing a vast international 911 phone system so that the Mexican people can report the criminals including sicarios operating in Mexico. Soon they will start falling like dominos by going to prison or 6 feet under. What wonderful news this is. No need for swords or Judo just run like hell when the Marinas come at you.

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    8. Taking this as satire, lmao. Ya'll taking this joker to seriously.

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    9. Keep it coming 006! It’s absolutely hilarious how seriously angry you make these idiots! Love your humor!

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    10. Lance W , your the idiot .
      Im pretty sure he was joking 😁

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    11. Sacario 066, keeps saying Dona Letty controls Colima, when she is actually locked up.

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    12. to Sicario 006....if you really want an elite force of sicario's....you should have them practicing Yoga and Pilates along with their sword fighting skills. Having a group of killers that possess ninja like fighting skills along with the ability to contort their bodies while wearing colorful, tight leggings and spandex would really show the other cartels who is in control!!!

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    13. SICARIO-chan, did you just admit defeat at the hands of Zamudio-kun?

      SHAMEFUL, DISGRACEFUL, DISHONORABLE!!

      commit seppuku now!

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    14. Whatever happen to commandante perro?

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  3. He will be quietly released as per Mexican judicial impunity.

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  4. He was an extra on the Last Samurai that is how he got that alias. The director gave him a sword fot his part and with it he has been chopping off heads ever since. Truly a folk hero of the Mexican people. A guy that is admired by the youth of Mexico and the adults of the United States.

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  5. Oh my dear these are serious crimes. Why not for killing other People. So its easy for them to release him in a few years. I hope he gets killed in jail.

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  6. El Sami was a very high ranking member of Los Zetas and close compadre of both Z3 and Z40. He also had strong ties to Mamito, Hummer, and Tatanka. He was the head accountant dating back to when the CDG and Zetas worked together. Very very big fish.

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  7. I hate to inform you. Unfortunately he will be serving 36 years, the verdict took 5 years in the making, sorry for the news.

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  8. Mexico is finally getting a single, nationwide emergency number like the U.S. has, and the number is 911.
    In Mexico's previous system, people often reported police emergencies to one number, and medical or fire emergencies to another.
    And the public has long distrusted emergency numbers because authorities frequently fail to come when called. In northern Mexico, the army launched a crime-report number called "We do show up."
    Trust hasn't been helped by reports that some dispatchers tipped criminals off to call-in complaints.
    The government apparently seeks to imitate the perceived reliability of the U.S. number.
    The gradual change was completed Monday, but not much public outreach was done.
    The newspaper Reforma reported in a headline "911 starts up, and nobody knows it!"

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    1. We probably don't appreciate how reliable our 911 system is, when compared to 3rd world nations'?

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  9. 911 number has been available, perhaps it's just an upgrade. Chivis knows more about that, since front lines is de specialty.

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    1. Yes 911 has been in place for about 2 years, but not nationwide and it was a complete mess in operation, so technically there was not been a good working nationwide single 911 system.

      911 began but initially the old numbers remained, such as fire, ambulance, police were numbers 97,98,99. more numbers for cell phone calls, and so forth. this caused mass confusion. and people complained more times than not the emergency personnel never arrived. and then there was the 066 system for emergencies.

      Mexico finally switched to the single number 911 nationwide in 2017. yes it was gradual but to my knowledge it was complete in the beginning to 2017.

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    2. Told you Chivis is an expert, when it comes to matters in Mexico. I did not know there 911, was running on one cylinder, glad to hear it's running now on all 4.

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  10. 911 what is your emergency....kidnapping in progress, in Tijuana. Andale! Ok let me connect you to Mexico 911.

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