Thursday, January 24, 2019

El Chapo Trial: "He was still attempting to breathe and that's how we dumped him in the hole and buried him"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat-from El Pais

From Eduardo Balarezo today 1.25.19: "To avoid any confusion or rumors, we will not disclose the names of any witnesses unless they are called to testify. Similarly, we will not disclose Joaquin’s plans about testifying until the time comes to inform the Court."

What else could be heard in the trial against Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán that the jury did not know? The answer to the question of Judge Brian Cogan was answered in a macabre manner by the last cooperative witness presented by the  Prosecutor's Office, which ends against El Chapo Guzman.

According to Isaías Valdez, aka Memín, [at left] his boss tortured and murdered a member of the Arellano Félix and two of the rival group of the Zetas.

AFO member

The aid worker described with two violent acts in which El Chapo was the executor. The first one took place between 2006 and 2007, in the town of Bastantitas, in Durango. Ismael El Mayo Zambada, according to his story, sent a member of Arellano Felix on his plane. "He was already quite tortured," he explained, "with his body burned with cigarette lighter marks." "He also  had been burned with an iron, an iron used to iron clothes. He had been burned all over his body. Even the bottom of his feet was burned."

The shirt, he said when he narrated his condition, had it attached to the flesh. El Chapo was upset, according to Memin, when he was informed. " 'How can they send me this bastard  like that? They might as well have killed him." Chapo asked. They waited three days until he came to see him and interrogate him to get information from other members of the cartel who were in the plaza. They decided at that moment to take the victim to another place and put him in a chicken coop.


"He was thrown in there for several days," he said, "stinking of rottenness." Guzman ordered him out and asked his people to dig a hole. The capo took out a small pistol, put it behind his head when he was on the edge of what was to be his grave and interrogated him again,  said Memin. And while he responded, "he shot him", after calling him a son of a bitch. "Remove his handcuffs and bury him," Memin recalled him saying.

The gun was very small, caliber 25, so he did not die instantly.

He was still gasping for air, attempting to breathe. "And that's how we dumped him in the hole and buried him," he said.

Gift from Damaso’s people---two Zetas

It was also between 2006 and 2007, this in the town of Coluta, also in Durango. "They sent us a gift," announced El Chapo. This time it was from the people of Dámaso López, who had seized two Zetas.
Guzman ordered to receive them and to put them in a barn  where they kept grass for the cattle and ordered them to begin the "heat" using  blows to release information. The capo then asked them to look for a branch  and a secluded  place in the mountain where he could torture them.

He began beating them. "They could not move," he said, "they had broken bones." El Chapo also used his rifle to beat them while asking them how they could work for the Zetas and betray him from the same area that was controlled by the Sinaloa Cartel.

After three hours, he asked to open a large hole in the ground, to take logs and to light a fire.

Late at night, they took the two men and brought them to the fire. Memin explained that they were placed on the grid of two four-wheeled bikes.

One was taken by El Chapo. The two rivals were still alive, they were lowered, the boss took out his rifle, put a bullet in it, placed the gun on the head of one of them and shot him after calling his mother a whore. "He did the same with the second," he said.

Once executed, they put their bodies to the stake. "Make sure that there is not even a bone left," he said before leaving.

The bonfire remained alive until dawn.

Isaías Valdez also related how he executed several orders from Joaquín Guzmán to kill two "rats" who were informing the authorities.

He also recounted a confrontation they had with members of the Beltrán Leyva cartel at a gas station on the outskirts of Culiacán, in which eight people from the rival gang were killed.

Memin sys he was under the orders of El Chapo for a decade. He joined the Sinaloa cartel after leaving the special forces of the Mexican Army. He started working in the security circle that protected the drug trafficker in the sierras of Sinaloa. He also did it later for the sons of Joaquín Guzmán and became one of his pilots.

Judge Cogan told the jury that evidence will finish at the end of next week..... then closing arguments and verdict watch

83 comments:

  1. no word on who the defense witnesses will be???

    btw thank you. i can't believe you volunteer so much of your time to us. god bless

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    1. as of yesterday no list yet

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    2. EMMA gonna stand in from of the gov, her middle finger to DEA and N saying caso cerrado . and took him away 2 de sierras. 🤣😂

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    3. there's speculation about his wife testifying on his behalf, but after what was said about her maybe not... i mean the prosecution might wanna milk that narrative

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    4. Speculation on social media I mean lol

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    5. 8:36 hey think about it though. she would have been a good witness. she can speak about his parenting etc make him appear like a loving family man... but damaso just made everyone doubt her :x

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  2. Evidence please.

    Canadian girl

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    1. Oh come now, in the land of fake news, a little heresay can be expected. This gem was saved for last to leave an impression.

      Evidence? do you think this is the USA or what? Oh wait, it is the USA. Nevermind.

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    2. There is no evidence just some rats snitching to get some time reduced of there miserable sentence. They will say chapo killed the elote man for putting chile del que pica on his corn just to get some time off yet there is no EVIDENCE. Thats american justice , hipocrates to the core. And this coment is not going to be posted for "some" reason.

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    3. His testimony under oath is evidence, unfortunately. A lot of innocent people have been convicted this way accepting plea deals due to lack of funds for a good lawyer.

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    4. 7:22 and Canadian girl. There is no evidence that Chapo paid 100 million to Pena Nieto either. Just a bunch of rats talking shit.

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    5. Talking shit under oath is evidence.

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    6. 8:40 there u go the trial is nothing but circus, wonder why they aint televising it, americans have a reality star clown as president, their women of the year is a reality star transvesty, they dumb for this they would have made millions on chapo.

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    7. 7:07 if that's the case Pena Nieto would be on trial next. But will he??? NOOO!

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  3. I am glad that i found this site. I have a fascination with the Mexico cartels stories yet I dont condone the actions that are taken by them. (wierd right. I have watch every documentary or show that gives a little insight on the daily happenings. To actually search back in 2009 on this site to now, and read what actually transpired over the years is mind blowing. Thank you to all who post the daily stories, trust me it's appreciated over here in the states. salute to all who grew up in this environment. I give all you props to be able to stay strong and function in life daily.

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    1. Thanks for the props, kirk.

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    2. Haha welcome Kirk. And it’s not weird, I’d say the vast majority of people here can relate to being fascinated and disturbed by it.

      Phelpso

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  4. These murders like many are an example of the lifestyle which one must embark. Rather, the stomach to embrace.
    How many are killed for a cause? Wars are the most atrocious of them all!
    Justifying the brutality with common good against evil.

    This portrayal of Chapo has no merit in the US court of law. Other than it was committed in his country and by a criminal witness for lienenci.

    Stop wasting tax payers dollars and stick to the facts of his drug trafficking organization within the US.

    No offense to BB for reporting.
    Its becoming a circus show.
    Can only imagine the defense doing the same (prolonging the inevitable). GUILTY.

    E42

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    1. You dont have to embark in shit. Unless you like killing. The most succesful rich group in mexico lately were the cuinis amd they were the least violent.

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  5. A .25? He was using his mom's strap at this time.

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    1. Not much blood splatter on your clothes as you shoot the guy into his grave Mcfly

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  6. Chapo not on trial for this crimes in the USA... terrible crime but relevant to his current trial no... Chapo is not on trial for anything about murder.. why is this stuff admissible in the courts??

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  7. Shooting the AFO member was a grace after all they put him through.

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  8. Again, irrelevant to what happen in foreign soil...how do they use this information?

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    1. Yes Mr knot it all, become a lawyer pass the bar test.

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    2. they can't convict him of murder that happened in MX, but it makes the jury think differently lol at the end of the day the jury will decide his fate so discrediting him as much as possible is the way to go. i guess lol

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    3. @8:42 I was asking a question not career guidance asshole...mind your business

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  9. Damn Chapo was vicious
    Thanks for all you do Chivis

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  10. This guy was a gafe, I wonder if he is one of the dudes that took a picture with alegres del Barranco

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  11. Sounds like Mexicos problem

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  12. An inside look Chivis if one has the stomach for it. Thank you sir. What a brutal existence. It is hard to believe young men choose this path. Is it ignorance or no self worth? Greed?

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  13. Chapo is a bad hombre no doubt but he was the best of a very bad lot. Rest in your living death chapo.

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    1. La marina mexicana sigue 100% matando y desapareciendo LACRAS.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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  14. So they telling these stories to scare the jury to declare him guilty and have the judge give him max or what's the point? He's on trial for trafficking not the murder charges right? Is his lawyer doing a decent job?

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    1. Hey, genius, if Chapo is claiming to be a humble farmer then they tell these stories to demonstrate he was not a good person and up to know good. It raises further questions and weakens his defense.

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  15. Unfounded bull shot cannot prove beyond reasonable doubt

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    1. If they had video they can and testimony may be beyond a reasonable doubt.

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    2. Another legal expert genius without a clue.

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  16. ROCK IN THE U.S.A. , ROCK IN THE U.S.A. , ROCK IN THE U.S.A. , rockin in the usa .
    That's what chaps doin

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  17. "Pinguin" testified against el Chapo. He also told the jury that el Chapo participated in several other murders. The first, involved a snitch Rabbit. Apparently he had been digging holes in the plaza. El Chapo wanted to know why he would dare enter the cartels plaza. They gave him heat as well. Soon he was on a stick in a bonfire. He was fully roasted and fed to the pigs.

    The second was a weasel from the infamous lizard cartel. El piloto flew him in and delivered him to El Chapo. El Chapo used his gold and diamond encrusted dissecting tool to slice the weasel in front of our eyes. He then ordered us to dig a hole, dump the body and pour gas in the hole. He wanted no paws left.

    El penguin was visibly distraught when recalling the situations..

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    1. Haa! Every time I read "Memin" i read it as "Memin PINGUIN" too lol

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    2. The fuck??? Lol"gold and diamond crested dissecting tool" "no paws left" nigga u funnier than 006

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  18. outstanding effort chivis, even while you have been down for the count, much appreciated, Saludos, Torreón

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  19. Zetas child women innocent people killers, Arellanos cold murderous motherfuckers killed el rayo his best friend for no reason, killed Guero palmas young children and beheaded his wife is he guilty yes but fuck man theyre screwing him he was not as bad as Treviño and them those bastard were satan in the flesh. Good luck Chapito.

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  20. Borderland beat putting in work... Thanks for spending time

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  21. Damn, Chapo was smoking on that Zeta pack.

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  22. The only thing that sucks about this trial is I well never see a video from Juarez Cartel. Torturing and executing El Chapo. I always wanted to see his true colors. Always wanted to see him squirm.

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    1. Damn bro. You need Jesus in your life.

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    2. 9:43 tf is wrong with u

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  23. Thanks a ton chivis. These articles were so interesting and we got to know many things that were happening around. Thanks again for your time on gathering and sharing these informations.
    I still have 1 doubt, why Alfredo is not present ?

    SK from India

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  24. Ok... A lot of Killings and confrontation but all within Mexico, not US soil! What can the US government do with that?!?!

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    1. 12:02 . International organization . Rico ect. Saw it with the Zeta trial in San Antonio . If Chapo didn't operate in the USA there would be nothing they could do . Really don't matter anyway . We cant execute him and whats a couple hundred more years anyway ?

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  25. Chapo's a bad shot.

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  26. A Chingar a su Madre does not mean "After calling his mother a whore" lol. Other than that good translation .Good job

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  27. About the witnesses and Chapo testifying i rec this message today:

    "To avoid any confusion or rumors, we will not disclose the names of any witnesses unless they are called to testify. Similarly, we will not disclose Joaquin’s plans about testifying until the time comes to inform the Court."

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    1. Better that way! Keep us in suspense lol

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    2. All of the information revealed in court happened on Mexican soil and is coming from witnesses that are scripted by the DEA in order to reduce there sentences. The whole trial is a sham to try and prove to the U.S. people that the war on drugs is working. That the billions of tax payer dollars have paid off. Even though nothing has changed and drugs are still pouring in. Whoever believes the WOD is actually working are the same idiots that think Trump is a good president. Specifically uneducated morons who believe a wall is the answer. Considering a majoroty of Trumps base are from the woodlands of middle America and have the education of a 5 year old.. I hope this gets posted because Trump's a retard and the whole WOD is a waste. El Senor should be in Mexico and not the USA. If it wasn't for EPN getting caught taking bribes over wiretap and US blackmail, senor would still be in Mexico.
      What a farce this trial is and a pathetic country the USA is starting to become. Send El senor back to Mexico and let AMLO deal with him... At least he will take back the country and get these idiotic splinter groups in line.

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    3. Have they produced anything that connects him with Kiki's murder or torcher yet ? If you remember they claimed they had it .

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    4. NAFTA is why drugs are pouring into the USA and chapo already escapesd prison twice in Mexico... retard

      El pendejo

      Will a wall stop it all... no but it will help prevent drug smugglers from crossing the border with a blackberry and setting up shop in American cities...
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  28. Even to this day the hatred between AFO and the Pacific Cartel continues, and for a good reason that is.

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    1. Yeah but the Pacific cartel wiped out AFO. AFO cant operate in Tijuana without signing a persmission slip from Sinaloa.

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  29. This is why I don’t understand when people admire Chapo Guzmán. He after all is a killer who only cares about himself and the money he was making.

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  30. Doing everyone a favor. Only 2 less zetas.

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  31. The CIA will make an example out of chapo. He will get 1000 years. RIP chapo. You had a good run. I know some will argue that its better to live a few years in luxury than a lifetime in poverty but I can't imagine always being on the run and worrying someone is going to gun you down or capture you at any minute. Being a narco isn't worth it.

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    1. It is if you were him.
      This man like many others are the few who many aspire to be. Unfortunately, the odds are not favorable for most.
      His objectives were fruitful and worth the risk for his love ones.
      Like all things in life there come an end. How that end comes depends on the circumstances.

      This man is more admired than doctors and civil servants by our youth and those wannabes. A product of false identity and a lack of self worth.



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  32. They should give Chapo an award for what he did to those zetas.

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  33. Theres a famous video of chapo probably around 2003 hes interrogating a zeta tied up. Hes asks him how many Zetas were in limonsito

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    1. That wasn't a real zeta.

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    2. 355 must know, he was there lmao

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    3. Probably was there who knows.

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  34. Cant you add like buttons for comments?

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    1. No get emojis like every normal person and 👍

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  35. Chivas is having the time of her life...these murders where done in Mexico what does it matter put him to trial in Mexico

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  36. "to madre es una prosti" pow!!! Cold blooded and disrespectful to mother's, shame chapo

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  37. ... Canadiana ... Per Your Forum Question About Emma's Dad ... This Is From Wikipedia ... " Inés Coronel Barreras (born 21 January 1968) is a convicted Mexican drug lord and former high-ranking leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, a criminal group based in Sinaloa. He is the father-in-law of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, the former leader of the cartel and once considered Mexico's most-wanted man. Coronel Barreras was arrested by Mexican security forces in Agua Prieta, Sonora on 30 April 2013. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison on April 28, 2017 for drug trafficking and illegal possession of firearms." ...

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  38. Barbie said it best, a good ZETA is a dead ZETA.
    Ni sus madres los quieren!
    Those who thought Chapo wasn’t a violent leader haven’t followed his story from the bottom to the top. He started his career as a gunmen, who knows how many he has actually killed.
    Does anyone remember the 2 dudes that were killed one by chainsaw and one by ax. Years ago at the hands of BLO henchman. Wonder what the history of that was?

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