Tuesday, January 8, 2019

El Chapo Trial: Government requests more secrecy.....

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


Chapo’s lead defense attorney, Eduardo Balarezo, just filed a letter objecting to the government filing yet another request to seal a letter.

Redactions, sealings, severe limitation of cross on Cooperative Witnesses—the defense is handicapped when presenting their defense.   Chapo, hate him or not, should be given a fair trial just as anyone else.  It is not about Chapo, it is the compromising our system of jurisprudence.

There is a Mount Everest of direct evidence.  It makes little sense.

New York Times, followed by Vice have written to the court asking for more transparency. 

Courtroom follies:  The lights went out today, rendering the courtroom black.  When the lights went back on…someone yelled “He’s Gone!!!”  everyone laughed and thought it humorous…except of course those who are a part of  security.

I will be back later and try to explain the latest drama regarding a CW with alleged mental issues, which is what these filings are about.



35 comments:

  1. La Barbie was right. Esto ya parece circo. This now looks like a circus. Now I’m just getting the impression that it’s all rigged. Like they want to lose and let Chapo walk free. Blunders and power outages. And someone screaming to rile up the people. What’s next, someone’s sudden heart attack? I’ve never been so intrigued and repulsed by the American justice system until now. - Sol Prendido

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  2. Is he the only narco to not be offered a plea deal?

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  3. Los Ratones de sinaloa

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  4. Animo Patron. Aqui lo esperamos in Culiacan Sinaloa con botellas de Buchanan y Camarones como le gustan. La Gente Nueva sigue al 100. todas las plazas estan bien cuidadas. El 006 sigue adiestrando y entrenando.

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    1. La Gente Nueva isn’t inn culiaxan tho.
      He has Panu, Los ninis, Chimales and another group in Culiac谩n

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  5. "He's gone".....馃槄馃槄馃槄馃槀馃槀馃槀

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  6. Yeah secrecy so nobody will know how dirty they are since chapo n ex partners are throwing them under the bus..

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  7. All this rats testifying is becoming a pony show trial. Let Mr. Guzman have his due process or let him return to his agricultural business.

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  8. The movie should be half decent as the witnesses start talking telling there stories they start to show scenes of it occurring then transition back into the courtroom judge calling for order to calm everyone down because one of Emma’s plastic parts popped then on to the next testimony and scene

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  9. Funny joke, but imagine if that actually happened....hes already going down in history, but that would be CRAZY if he pulled that off

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  10. mainstream media coverage

    https://www.cbsnews.com/video/vicente-zambada-gives-shocking-testimony-in-el-chapo-trial/

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  11. I read on SM that the trial might end January 21. How true is this?

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    1. I have predicted since december it would be over end of january...just a calculation on my part

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  12. I wonder why.. (sarcasm)

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  13. Chivis, in your opinion, does this bolster Chapo’s appeal case? It seems like the Judge has blocked a lot of information so far.

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  14. I know this is off topic but I was wondering peoples opinion on who will lead the Zambada faction of CDS after Mayo dies or if the reigns will be passed on to someone else?

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    1. His son Ismael Zambada Sicarios is being groomed to take over his father's faction. Intelligence agencies report that he is similar to his father in shunning the social media spotlight, keeping a low profile and preferring to live in the mountains.

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    2. Mayo flaco is already in charge of mayos faction. He has zero corridos and does not look for social media fame. In fact people who are not involved in mafia dont even know he exists.

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  15. El Senor is not worried. His wife and kids are rich, he knew he would be sacrificed sooner or later.

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    1. Just hope they don't get kidnapped again and take more ransom money

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  16. puercos asquerosos

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  17. Fair trial HA! Criminal justice is dead in the US since a loooong time.

    You only get justice here with money and/or political connections.

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  18. Chivis, what is all this secrecy about? It probably will help Chapo if it was unsealed

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  19. Thanks Chivis. May aswell just send Chapo to ADX now save taxpayer $$.

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  20. I want to know what know what happened to enriquez parra...what happened to carlos tirado lizarraga...Mario Aguirre...Lamberto Verdugo...el chalo araujo...Los tostado...im sure theres alot more to them like what happened with Julio Beltran...

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    1. Pancho Palma Beltran Ect. The list goes on there are so many that died and we don’t even know the half of it.

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    2. Most of the guys you listed were mayos ppl not chapos. Besides some of them were probably killed by mayo lmao Chalo araujo killed himself other were killed by mayos enemies

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  21. Cholo, on wiretap, complaining to Chapo that he and his men are broke, haven't been paid, and he can't afford gasoline.
    Chapo broke, too, and tells to wait!
    I guess the billionaire Chapo was a Forbes marketing scam!

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  22. El Chapo is going down.

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  23. I am most curious to know about "illigitimate, unethical, and criminal" linkages among and between US and Mexican entities.

    Like I would like to know how Chapo's criminal empire interfaced with USA: banks, politicians, real estate, entertainment, stock investment enntities, industries, businesses....and, of course, criminal street and prison gangs.

    I suspect Shorty has important political, economic, social, criminal, other relationships with USA entities that the government would rather American citizens not know.

    As long as this kind of information is kept secret from the public there will always be disturbing doubts about what really goes on in the bloody streets and fancy retreats and penthouses.
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. most people here get 10 to 15 years for bringing in a small load of drugs into the us while the big drug dealers get the same sentence for bringing tons for decades that's because they agree not to bring all the details to the surface in court because it's things people can't know like the government allowing Americans to get poisoned by fentanyl

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  24. He will never get a fair trial!

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  25. I hope all is well with you chivis 馃グ

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  26. The Chapo calls show that he was pushing ICE hard in the US. He didn’t even have any Perico here. Perico is starting to become a rare commodity these days.

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