Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Colombia captures "Berna" or "El Manco" CJNG liaison to Colombia and ELN

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat material from El Debate and El Universal




The Counter narcotics Directorate of the National Police of Colombia announced the arrest of Bernabé Millán Rascón alias 'Berna' or 'El Manco’, who is designated as a member of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion and allegedly responsible for buying drugs from organizations in southern Colombia for export to the United States.
The authorities informed that the arrest occurred when the defendant intended to travel to Mexico from the El Dorado International Airport.
The arrest came after Interpol had “Red Flagged” 'Berna', whom Colombian authorities described as a feared drug trafficker with powerful ties in Colombia.

The Interpol alert was broadcasted "when it was verified that cocaine hydrochloride was entering the state of North Carolina, which was being sent in the luggage of passengers.
According to the authorities, 'Berna' served as the cartel's liaison in Colombia as a negotiator with the drug trafficking organizations in Cauca and Nariño, in the southern region of Colombia.

Authorities stated that he had entered the South American territory on several occasions through border crossings without leaving a trace in migration offices,  to avoid being detected by Mexican authorities.

Last August, as part of investigations into the relationship between Mexican and Colombian cartels, the Directorate revealed the nexuses of the Mexican drug trafficker Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias "El Mencho" leader of the CJNG, with the communist guerrillas, The Colombian Army of National Liberation (ELN) for the smuggling of cocaine to Central America, Mexico and the United States.

The Directorate confirmed that rebels of the ELN, the last Colombian insurgency, since 1964, charges money to guarantee the departure of cocaine shipments from Colombia to the Mexican port of Manzanillo, Colima,  on the coast of Mexico in the Pacific Ocean.  For every kilo of cocaine, the ELN charged CJNG about $ 70, he said. [not sure the currency he is referring to]

Manzanillo

The 52 year old is a native of the state of Michoacán

The arrest occurred when the defendant stopped at a cafe of the airport for a coffee.

18 comments:

  1. Guess colombianos really mean business, hopefuly they don't send him to mexico and is set free.

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  2. Cjng pays piso in colombia just like in every plaza in mexico

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    1. Does CJNG pay piso in Tijuana? To Arellano Family or Mayo?

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    2. Cjng has Tijuana plaza with cjng. They don't pay piso to other cartels anywhere.

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  3. That says CJNG paid $70 a kilo? Wtf? Is that figure correct when you buy it by the ton. Damn that's nuts!

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    1. that was in posts one in colombia..I don't know the accuracy or currency, sorry

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    2. those $70 a kilo was just to let the coke leave the country, paid to the ELN by cjng,not for the product itself. Or so I understood it

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    3. 70$ each kilo for tansfer..not price for each kilo

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    4. In 2010 CDG would charge $100 a kilo of coke en la ribireña. $50 for a kilo of marijuana.

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  4. is this gonna be on the colombian version of airport seceurity hahah

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  5. All Mexican cartels pay piso in Colomboa

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    1. Mexican cartels are the Colombians bosses

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    2. You have obviously never been to colombia. Mexicans have no power in colombia.

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  6. Exhiben en video compartimientos secretos de la guarida del CJNG en BJ atte : yo

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  7. That dude does not look like he’s 52 years old.....

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  8. Excellent, but Columbia will be bribed, and he will be free, to kill more people.

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  9. Those michoacanos ain't no joke..

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  10. Yet there was comments here a few months from cds groupies that cjng didn't have Colombian connect yet they are international lol

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