Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Chapo's Mexican attorney released from prison, "Mastermind" of tunnel escape

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat material from Reforma and UnoMasUno

"Everything he communicated [to Chapo] about the escape,  was by means of codes and signals."




Óscar Manuel Gómez Núñez, lawyer for Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and the designated "brain" of his last escape, was released from jail on bail in a federal court ruling.

The reason bail was granted after over three years in prison, is that “escape is not a serious crime”.  In Mexico escapes are considered a natural human instinct and not usually punished by law. 

According to sources of the National Security Commission, last Friday the litigant left the Federal Prison of the West, in Jalisco, after a court in Toluca, State of Mexico, granted him freedom.
 
Kate del Castillo with Gómez Núñez- he negotiated the infamous Chapo-Penn-Castillo meeting
According to the prison authorities, Gómez Núñez accumulated charges, for the crimes of procedural fraud and evasion of inmates, and because none of them merit informal preventive detention, he was granted provisional release.

Gómez Núñez will be obligated to go periodically to report to the court.

After the escape of Guzmán, on July 11, 2015, the attorney was arrested and detained by the Attorney General's Office and in October of the same year interned in the federal prison of the Altiplano. Altiplano is the same prison from which that Chapo escaped.

Later Gómez Núñez was transferred to the Federal Center for Social Readaptation of Chiapas, in Villa Comaltitlán, and last year to the Cefereso de Occidente, where he exited last weekend.

Former A.G. Arely Gómez indicated the attorney was the person who coordinated the escape  of the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, noting he constantly entered the Prison of the Altiplano to receive instructions and to inform Chapo of the advances of the plan.


Strangely, a federal court refused to grant provisional bail to Valentín Cárdenas Lerma, the former director of the Federal Prison of the Altiplano also accused of being complicit in the Chapo escape.



He was also accused of being responsible for contacting and transmitting orders to all the participants in the escape, among them Rigoberto Martínez Dávalos or Francisco Ramírez León, buyer of the land where the tunnel was built from which "El Chapo" escaped.

The federal authority also accused him of coordinating with Lazaro Araujo Burgos "El Juan", indicated as being responsible for paying in cash the land surrounding the Altiplano.

Eight people were arrested in connection with the escape,  among them the brother-in-law of the leader of the Sinaloa cartel, as well as 12 elements of the Federal Police, two of which already obtained their freedom.

One of those prosecuted for the escape, José Daniel Aurioles Tavares, head of the Department of Counterintelligence at the Center for Investigation and National Security (CISEN), declared that Gómez Núñez was the right hand of "El Chapo" because he was "the one who I took to him and brought messages and everything he communicated about the escape, said was by means of codes and signals ".

36 comments:

  1. Aid, abet the world's largest criminal . . . . . free to go home . . . just sucks!

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    1. Yes 723 free to go home after serving 3 years.

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  2. Daaaaanm Kate Del Castillo looks more like Kate de la escina.. lol.... el chapo snitched guy

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  3. Chapo is a nobody he lost everyone's respect in sinaloa

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    1. Sure buddy i triple dare u to say that ish in culiacan.

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    2. He ain't even in sinaloa, he is busted duuuuuh

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  4. Now this is law i caneed live with
    Escaping is not a serious crime because is human instinct.

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  5. Those with the most money spend the smallest amount of time in Mexico’s prisons. Now this bastard of a mafioso lawyer will reap even greater rewards, as his business of defending narcos and other miscreants swells with new business. Mexico, the country with a judicial system as inept and corrupt as its’ political system.

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  6. " In Mexico escapes are considered a natural human instinct and not usually punished by law."

    -- Typical Mexico

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    1. siempre y cuando no haya muertos o violencia no se le agrega nada las dos veces que escapo no influye en ningun cargo adicional.

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  7. Óscar Manuel Gómez Núñez, lawyer for Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán was trained by the same cyber security expert that trained the Gente Nueva Combat Applications Group Operators . This master cipher used to work for the NSA and Task Force 184 with the Israelis . He created some really complicated mathematical codes which were used to communicate with the boss. El Sr Chapo thanks to his days of selling oranges is very good at math, reading and creating secret codes comes easy to him.


    SICARIO 006

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    1. Scary, i know some of what you wrote is true. the reading part i know and have verified not true. he struggles with reading.

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    2. Damm cuh for a minute i thought u was gonna say he was trained by the navajo code talKers and master the arts of smoke signals as well.

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    3. Since chapo is good at math and been in prison awhile now....i wonder if he can count how many oranges will fit up his a$$???

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    4. De Sacario 0006 your the man of the year, keep up the good work.

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  8. Wow.....“escape is not a serious crime”. In Mexico escapes are considered a natural human instinct and not usually punished by law. I guess mass killing and dismembering innocent people is also considered a natural instinct and not punished in Mexico. Keeping it classy down there!!!

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    1. sin muertes y sin violencia no agrega ningun cargo adicional.

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  9. El Chapo will never escape the American's prison. He is a dead man now. Enough time in solitary confinement and you will lose your sanity. The americans have fine tuned how to break even the toughest narcos psychologically. A famous narco once said "better a grave in colombia than a prison in the u.s." (he got his wish, he was executed in colombia with the help of the CIA)

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    1. Yeeeeah body thats reality. Pablo and all the other narcos rest in piss

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  10. Wow only 3 years, for being an accomplice, to the escses of Chapo. What a disgrace Mexico.

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  11. Don't ever lock me up in Mexico. It will be by natural instinct to escape...

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  12. I had to read that again, “escape is not a serious crime,in Mexico"

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    1. Remember what I said about pros and cons. Lol. - Sol Prendido

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  13. Just Unbelievable; and I think I may dislike looking at Kate’s conniving face more than his !

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  14. Wonder how much he got paid, bet it was worth it. Mexican jails are a joke anyway. Time to enjoy chapo money

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  15. I have a question: do cartel members ever post on BB? Do you think Feds do as well?

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    1. Yes, often misinformation is posted to throw off lurking eyes 👀

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    2. 9:12 lets just hope they do: mencho is hiding in zapopan....

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    3. Both are on here,just cause someone posts info on here doesnt mean its creidible,some of this is nonsense o some of it the feds already know

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  16. Escape as a natural human instinct and not a serious crime. Tell that to the judge. Here in Texas, they ratchet up the level of punishment for the criminal offense of evading arrest or detention in opposition to our natural instincts.

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  17. In Mexico escapes are considered a natural human instinct and not usually punished by law. That’s crazy lol

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    1. yes indeed
      im mexican and thats its a b.s
      or in fact its true let me go rob a bank and attemp an escape and call it a day
      lol

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  18. Obviously the legal system in Mexico is prehistoric. Time for a revamp. He gets out and gets to spend some of that dinero. This just facilitates the crime of escape. Please solicit the new government for change. Somebody do something.
    EL OJ

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    1. Prehistoric? Rather beneficial to those who continue to reap the rewards ( officially / non- officially).
      Everyone with common sense knows what needs to be done. Unfortunately, choose not to.

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  19. Thats just the way the legal system rolls, especially if you have hard cash.

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