Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Court of Appeals confirmed extradition of Mexican González Valencia high ranking leader of CJNG/Cuinis

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat-posted on forum by "MX" from Subrayado background read link to wiki written by "MX" 

Will Be extradited to the U.S. in the coming days


The Court of Criminal Appeals of the 4th confirmed the ruling and approved the transfer of the inmate Gerardo González Valencia. The sentence was signed on October 2 and notified only on Friday, October 26.

The defense of González Valencia has until Monday, November 8, to take his case to the Supreme Court of Justice, the last process by the system. Gonzalez González's lawyers are currently Gabriela Gómez and Ana Audiffred, who replaced Víctor Della Valle. 

First, the organized crime judge Beatriz Larrieu had set the extradition, but the ruling was appealed by the inmate's legal counsel.

González Valencia spent five years hiding in residential neighborhoods of Punta del Este and Montevideo, but in April 2016 he was arrested. The police managed to find him when he prepared his escape and stopped him when he went  for his children at school in Carrasco.

His capture also coincided with the arrest of another Cuini member: José, "El Chema" or "Chepa", who was captured on December 27, 2017 in Fortaleza, Brazil. Both were dedicated to laundering assets for the organization in South America. Panama Papers international investigation revealed a large number of corporations created by the Panamanian study Mosack Fonseca to evade taxes in tax havens. In Uruguay, he was prosecuted for money laundering. He is considered one of the most guarded inmates of the Uruguayan penitentiary system.

Los Cuinis is the richest drug trafficking organization in the world. His brother Abigael - known as "El Cuini" - was the head of the cartel. It is a low profile organization that became particularly wealthy focusing on the Asian market and innovating in terms of financial operations in the real estate market.

Seven brothers González Valencia integrate hierarchical positions. Since 2015, "El Cuini" was imprisoned in a maximum security prison in Puerto Vallarta. In August he was transferred to Durango. A report by the Drug Enforcement Administration of the United States (DEA) considers the group with greater operational capacity with regard to other famous cartels such as the one in Sinaloa, whose leader "El Chapo" Guzmán is a prisoner in the United States.

At the time, González Valencia launched threats against Interior Minister Eduardo Bonomi. In an official statement, he said the following: "They tortured me, they took me naked in sub-zero temperatures, and if the interior minister, Bonomi keeps sending his guards to torture me, look for the highest bridge in Uruguay where I will hang him."

He was first detained in the Comcar, but after the threats were sent to a dependency of the Republican Guard, where he is still held with special security measures. The idea was to avoid generating more links with criminals housed in Uruguayan prisons. Prison Intelligence had detected his relationship with the group of "Betito" Suarez.

20 comments:

  1. Chapo gonna have a cellie after all? Theyre both done and they know it!

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  2. One more / Una Mas González Valencia bites the dust, Ojalá.

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    1. Don't worry yaqui, tha5s a big family of 18 brothers and sisters. Not to mention the new Generation. Typical Sonora girl on cds nuts lol

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    2. I keep saying..this org crossed a line unforgivable or bribable. They're going full board Chapo style on them.

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  3. Good news from mx.

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  4. Fuck all that,it’s time they start arresting all the ones from the US,The Us government really is the scum of the world mexico is how it is because of it,Every country interferes by the US has gone to shit,Crazy how they wanna lock up drug lords but let criminals in America run free.Hopefully in chapos trial he speaks out against the US and Mexican government corrupt ass rats.

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    1. 429 sorry to inform you, but Chapo has lots of charges against him. Your such a hipocrite, all the world knows, Mexico is the number 1 currupted country.

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    2. Lock up drug lords? Rather lenient to the sentencing guidelines for these individuals who really pose the ultimate threat to many communities.
      Releasing some of these individuals by paying hefty amount of fines to governments. While those small timers get practically life sentences.
      Where's the justice in this favorable practice?

      Corruption exists among all governments. There is no government who doesn't practice benefiting behavior. Moreover, serving its constituents to their best interests.

      Perfect posterboard for this unbelievable picture is that of the Twins and Mayo's son who will be walking the streets shortly.

      Tell me where I can find Utopia and will move there.

      E42

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    3. I mean everybody knows that CIA runs some of the cartels especially the big ones (CDS). They bust some leaders every once in a while just to tell the media that the war against drugs is still on. What a joke!

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  5. Good...one less piojoso....like any other narco he will start talking fast...

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  6. Send this POS north as soon as possible to Supermax where the big boys reside.

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  7. In other words, just a few more days to increase the bribe to pay off the judge and frantically pay the lawyers more money.

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  8. Sinaloas run the show, michoacan get the left overs. Puro Durango cabrones!!

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    1. Michoacán runs the show Sinaloa snitches every chance and durango are crash dummies

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    2. CDNG al millón cual sinaloa. Puro Durango gente de trabajo.

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    3. 4:21 michoacan hopers bouncing like whores from one side to another....4:25 most likely ur not from durango if u were u wouldnt b saying ur stupid crap...

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    4. Only thing sinaloas run is their mouth...10:06not every body from dgo is from calenas, tamazula etc(rancherias on the border of dgo and sin infamous for being chinolas crash dummies) those are the only dgos scared and bending over for sinaloas shour out my real durangueses

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  9. Cjng is the money maker so ofcourse the U.S would want to get a chunk of it. Just like el vicentillo who's daddy mayo paid 1.5 BILLION to get a decent deal

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    1. Mayo doesnt have 1.5 billion hahahaha. go back to eating crayons kid

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  10. this is really interesting what people do not understand that they are fighting to not get max 18yrs as part of the extradition agreement between uruguay and the usa, to start they can not give him a death sentence or life sentence so if he does go to the us he is not going to get a hard sentence he is still young

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