Monday, September 17, 2018

Mexico without convictions against Cartel Jalisco New Generation-CJNG

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat From Milenio

Over the past year, the PGR has obtained the highest number of sentences against members of the Sinaloa Cartel, with 15, followed by those belonging to the Zetas and La Familia Michoacana, with 13 each.


Government announced the arrest of El Mencho;s wife, but organized crime charges were dropped.

Although the governments of Mexico and the United States have identified the Cartel Jalisco New Generation, CJNG, as the most powerful in the world of drug trafficking, the Attorney General’s Office [PGR] failed to obtain a single conviction during the last year against any of its members or leaders.

This includes Rosalinda González Valencia, wife of supreme leader Nemesio “El Mencho” Oseguera Cervantes. Rosalinda was arrested last May and charged with organized crime and money laundering.
Rosalinda was released on bail last week, after a judge ruled that there was not sufficient evidence to bring a conviction for organized crime.  She still faces money laundering charges, a lesser crime that qualified her for bail.

She is reportedly the “financial brain” of the cartel that supports La Union Tepito in the sale of drugs in Mexico City.  La Union is suspected of being responsible for an attack Friday night at Plaza Garibaldi, known for Mariachi music.  The sicarios were dressed as Mariachis as they killed 5 and wounded 5.

 Menchito, Mencho's son
is imprisoned in Oaxaca since 2015 
Between September 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018, the PGR successfully obtained sentences against 378 criminals including 82 who were members of organized crime groups, according to the Organized Crime Investigation Unit (Seido).

Still, not one of those convictions included a leader or member of CJNG.

In fact, going back to the period between June 2016 and September 2017, the PGR obtained just seven sentences against CJNG members or just 5% of the total number of prosecutions against drug cartel members.

Meanwhile, the governments of both Mexico and the United States last month increased  the rewards offered for “El Mencho” Oseguera Cervantes, to a combined amount of  $6.6 million USD.

The CJNG was founded in 2009 but over the past three years has expanded its influence to become Mexico’s most dominant cartel, putting the organization in direct confrontation with rival gangs throughout the country, creating violence over territory.

Highlighted high profile violent events, included in 2018, so far,  are the torture and murder of three film students in Guadalajara, an attack on state Labor Secretary Luis Carlos Nájera, also in the Jalisco state capital, and the disappearance of three Italian citizens in Tecalitlán.

Although  authorities have failed  in convictions and sentences  against CJNG members, it has a better record with members of other high-profile criminal organizations, however record levels of violent crime indicate that the federal security strategy hasn’t been successful.

Over the past year, the PGR has obtained the highest number of sentences against members of the Sinaloa Cartel, with 15, followed by those belonging to the Zetas and La Familia Michoacana, with 13 each.

The former supreme leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, was extradited to the United States in January 2017 and is currently awaiting trial set for November.  Last week his son Jesús Alfredo Guzmán Salazar was added to the DEA’s 10 most wanted list.

Also in the 10-month period of 2018, the PGR obtained convictions and sentences against six members of the Gulf Cartel, four members of Los Caballeros Templarios and one member each of the Juárez Cartel and the criminal gang known as La Línea.

45 comments:

  1. Mencho is more powerful than chapo

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    1. Mencho is the new Hitler of Mexico.

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  2. So very few arrests even the 'not favoured' cartels for so many hundreds of thousands organized crime members even though I know you are saying by reading between the lines that CJNG is 'the favoured 1' (in other words pays the most)!

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  3. A travesty. Whoever has the most money wins. Mexico is shallow on top. Thanks chivis for this constant reminder.

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  4. They have EPN and many important politicians in their deep pockets. More importantly, they have long arms and able to dig deep for some spare change. But, remember AMLO began his presedential appreciation trip in SIN so maybe he wants to cut a deal with the old men of CDS. Totally possible, CDS is still a very powerful international criminal organization.

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  5. What!!! They been hitting cjng hard.

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  6. Those convicted from cartels except cjng were guys who have been waiting 3-5 years for their court date. Cjng a newer organization have guys awaiting their day in court maybe tomorrow maybe 2 years from now.

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  7. Keeping Menchito safe in prison. Hell get out just in time to run the cartel.

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    1. His father imprisoned him. Genuine info. That is what happens when they want to keep you safe. Turn yourself in to the DEA or Jail

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    2. Yeah ok 2:44 if that was the case he would have inprison him in the u.s. is very easy to get wacked in a mexican prison, in the u.s on p.c is really hard.

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  8. Well money talks, peña nieto besides being the dumbest president in mexico history is also a sell out, his getting his piece of the pie, he let caro quintero out, but mencho's time is almost up cause epn is almost gone

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  9. This whole state versus federal civil war with cartels and various agencies better get fixed fast. More foreign investment is heading there.

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  10. OK EPN IS PROTECTING CJNG el PAN protected Cds let's see who MLo. will protect and another Headache for American Dea.???.

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    1. Most likely Z's...the monreal brothers are the ones that allowed z in zac that's when all hell broke loose there,as of now those brothers working very close with amlo,nothing but thieves they are ...

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    2. I honestly dont see why people think amlo would support the Z's. They don't have the same connections, money, or infrastructure. On top of that, they are viewed as the lowest scum of scum on the narco totem poll. Amlo would be asking for an extra early grave if he started supporting them. All that aside, let's be honest, it isn't the Mexican government that decides what cartel they want propped up, it's the Cocaine Importing Agency that decides that, and you know they would view cdn or Zeta's old school as huge liability.

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  11. A whopping 15. Must be a record for Mexico.

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    1. Indeed, broke record
      -Rancho, Mich

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  12. That comparison does not give any valuable meaning. Taken into account how long it takes to convict somebody in Mexico, it can take 8 years or more, naturally a younger cartel like CJNG would not show much on statistics. I would think in 5-10 years we would see some changes. It would be more meaningful to browse through stats on arrests if you wanna pick up current trends and discrepancies. As Benjamin Disraeli once said: There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.

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  13. I wonder who's the favorite cartel?

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  14. Still not as powerful as the Tijuana and Juarez cartels from the 90s.

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    1. You got that right I wish I was born earlier to see how that was, Tijuana was the shit and that’s when Juárez and sinaloa began the war in Juarez but more specific the CAF were the top dogs back then

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  15. The president works with cjng thats why theyre hitting sinaloa hard and they cjng have like no one getting caught

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  16. They’re so good at disappearing people and allowing drugs to flow north. And yet they can’t find charges to stick. Hmmm? I’m gonna have to say hogwash. Because I know you guys can come up with better lies than that. - Sol Prendido

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  17. CJNG is untouchable, the government of Mexico is in collusion. Judge let Menchos wife off, due to insufficient evidence lol, anything can happen when you bribe a judge.

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  18. Failed country, failed system. Truly don't understand how someone can be proud of this but then again they are easy and i mean easy manipulated with a soccer national team that sucks, boxing and telenovelas like la rosa de guadalupe. To each its own.

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    1. It breaks my heart but I Agree
      Ranchos, Mich

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    2. Haha. More like imagine the balls it takes to be an HONEST person in such conditions, which, your ignorant ass comment clearly shows, you have no idea of live outside big fat comfy US.

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    3. Mexico which is like 90% can even read or write. Thats how the goverment wants it to ignorant people are easy to manipulate in any form, like tv, narco music, la decepción digo la selección, las chivas, el america, ninel conde y otras cosas.

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    4. 4:29 i was raised in México by poor but honest people. I came here and been working since 14, am 38 now and still can find the comfy u.s. u talking about. My cousins in México are hard working people that live a life pretty much like mine with no need to come to the U.s but to visit. And guess what they never had a problem, btw they live in matamoros, monterrey and juares. So there is a work in México thing is a lot of them are lazy and like easy money even if means to get chopped up and end up on a trailer from town to town. No hope for them, even here in good old u.s.a they would have been low lifes.

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    5. Damm chivis really 95% , sad no Wonder they chose the "easy" road and end up eating maruchans or dead most of them.

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    6. Man I messed up should be 95 percent of mexicans are LITERATE...sorry

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    7. 805 you came to the us at 14, by yourself? Yea I’m calling bullshit. And there’s plenty of hardworking honest people putting up with the bullshit. Don’t try to make your cousins or whatever your own experience, you don’t know because you haven’t experienced it. Go hate on Mexico somewhere else, the poor and honest aren’t to blame. Ignorant ass comment.

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  19. No one did it like Chapo did. The last Godfather.

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  20. Flavor of the month until they quit paying off the government or simply fall out of favor. Cartels rise and fall just like the law of gravity.

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  21. Clearly CJNG is being assisted by the CIA. CIA is the biggest cartel in the world, so it’s no surprise that CJNG has grown so quickly and ruthlessly seemingly out of nowhere.

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    1. De James Jones ya got it wrong, the government of Mexico is in cahoots, with CJNG , it's the cartel they favor, ya dig.

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    2. No need for CIA assistance when they have a weak crooked ease manipulated president n system

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    3. And the Mexican Government is in cahoots with the CIA. CIA funds multiple cartels the way they fund multiple terrorist factions in the Middle East. They have multiple horses in the race. They love to destabilize 3rd world countries AND make money while they do it. CJNG is just the latest & greatest CIA project.

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  22. Trailer with 157 bodies in it, in Jalisco?

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  23. Lock one up only for another to rise. Too much money involved for those who sit behind closed doors and sipping tea. Financial structures and obligations are set 8n stone to continue.

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  24. https://twitter.com/HI_REYNOSA/status/1041878835992698886

    Caravana de un comando armado, circulando por la carretera ribereña, de #Reynosa hacia el poblado Los #Guerra.

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    1. I can almost guarantee you those are Zetas. As much as so many want to deny their operational existence those guys are still around in La Ribereña. - Sol Prendido

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  25. This article is ludicrous! All the cats that got arrested in Guadalajara trying to assassinate that one prosecutor were all CJNG there is like six of them in that event alone that got popped!

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    1. An arrest is not a conviction-the whole point of the article.

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    2. Where have sinaloa fans? Its like a desert out here.

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