Tuesday, October 23, 2018

CJNG Tijuana: "El Piolín"about to be extradited to the US

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat- from Zeta Tijuana-thank you Neal


 Juan José Pérez Vargas "El Piolín", who was leader of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) in Tijuana and was in charge of expanding the presence of this criminal organization at the cost of hundreds of murders in the city, is waiting to be extradited to the United States to face charges for drug trafficking.

Since September 20, 2017 in a prison in Guadalajara, Jalisco, the 37-year-old man has been wanted by the Southern District Court of California, in San Diego, California.

At the time of his arrest, the Mexican government reported that the boss of the CJNG in Tijuana had been located with cash and weapons when he was in Guadalajara to visit his mother.

On October 16th , the Department of Justice of the United States announced the implementation of an operation to dismantle the five main criminal organizations in the world, including the CJNG, and revealed the charges against Pérez Vargas, assuring at that time there was an arrest warrant issued on January 30, 2017.

According to the indictment [below] presented in September 2016 before a Grand Jury of the Southern District Court of California and endorsed by it on January 27, 2017, "El Piolín" faces charges for introducing methamphetamines, cocaine, heroin and marijuana from Mexico to the United States.

For this reason, he is accused of charges of international conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and conspiracy to import controlled substances.

With the entrance of the CJNG to Tijuana in 2015, the number of homicides has reached historical statistics and continues to increase every year.

The dispute initiated by allies with the Arellano Félix Cartel to confront the Sinaloa Cartel and allowed them to use the Baja California corridor to transfer drugs to North America and dominate the retail sale of narcotics in some areas of Tijuana.

For each of the two charges against him, "El Piolín" could purge a minimum sentence of ten years and a maximum of life imprisonment. In addition, if found guilty, two fines of 10 million dollars would be imposed.

12 comments:

  1. Once in the US this guy is gonna start ratting people out left n right he has nothing to lose anymore...

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    1. I agree, he will be talking like a fat lady on the view.

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  2. A the U S just cares about how much money they could get out of those Mexican narcos. If they had no money they wouldn't want them in their prisons

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    1. Ya got it wrong, Pancho it's Mexican judges that squeeze out money, and then set them freererre.

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  3. @10:08a.m! Got news for you! Most of our u.s prison population is poor ppl and they get paid for every body they lock up so as far as theyre concerned and the mexican narcos the more the merrier for their pockets!

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    1. He’s taking about real money, pimp

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    2. But they usually don't get any money.

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  4. They did him worse than Chino Antrax, or close enough, designated him a drug cartel leader in the press release, and charging the 5 kilos or more, which is the same charges the DC prosecutors used to bring Alfredo Beltran Leyva in.

    Piolin was a Tijuana based narcomenuedo, from San Diego, who switched to CJNG after Sinaloa, and had a little crew. No doubt he coordinated shipments, but the US is laying a heavy hand down on any CJNG.

    This case is tied to the one against El Cadete, and Rafa Quintero, who helped coordinate shipments through Tijuana, with the help of the local factions working for CJNG, Piolin.

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  5. @3:42p.m! I dont think you realize just how much money the private prison and probation cartels make in the u.s do you? Its the very reason besides big pharma as to why they do not want drugs legalized and regulated in this country! They are making far far too much money putting ppl in jail for it! Talk about double dippin! Make money off this AND taking the mexican narcos money too!

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  6. I thought he died in an accident in jalisco last year

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    1. The car accident was fake to try fake his death. Later on he gets busted in GDL but he was supposedly dead at the time. He almost had it but got busted.

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  7. Well bye felishia...

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