Saturday, January 5, 2019

El Chapo trial: VZN confirms DEA nexus with Sinaloa Cartel

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Zambada testified; The war between his father Mayo, Chapo and the Beltran Leyva began in 2008 after the arrest of 'El Mochomo' Alfredo Beltran Leyva because his brother Arturo accused Mayo and Chapo of having handed Alfredo to the government. On April 30, 2008, Zambada said that federal police (PFP) and military agents looted offices and homes of assassins and people who worked for the Beltran Leyva, acting on the basis of information provided by Chapo and Mayo.

After being asked by the U.S. prosecution—“What does your father do for a living?”  Vincente Zambada Niebla answered, “My dad is the Sinaloa Cartel Leader.”

The topic was to be limited by the court, but what was said by the son of El Mayo, Vincente Zambada

Niebla, in my opinion, was just right, stating both his father and El Chapo met many times with the DEA. 

Zambada says Chapo, had the "indirect" connection with the US agency, the DEA.


He testified that he personally made a visit to meet with General Miranda to express his concern about the treatment that "the entire family" was receiving in raids against his mother in Culiacán. He clarified that in his meeting with the general, he did not enter the presidential residence.

Defense attorney Eduardo Balarezo asked Zambada, if his father had bribed President Zedillo, , Zambada replied that "no, my dad never told me that."
He had however issued a general statement during his first day on the stand.  He confirmed that his father and his associates bribed federal, state and municipal police, including what he says called “The "Yankees" or PGR delegates in the states as well as military and SIEDO officials.

Zambada acknowledges that his sentencing, which is scheduled for next month, is predicated on his testimony as a cooperative witness.  His sentencing and that of financial chief Guadalupe Fernandez Valencia, both had their hearings for sentencing and for Guadalupe her plea deal, postponed until after the trial.


I expect that Zambada will receive an ultra-sweet deal that will have him released in the blink of an eye.  He has already agreed to the forfeiture of one billion dollars and has been in prison since 2009 in Mexico and since 2010 in the U.S. if one factors in time served, good behavior reduction, he could shortly walk to freedom. Even if he were to receive a 15 years sentence, that would be only a little over 4 years.

It was only after I decided to plead guilty and sign a cooperation agreement with the US government that their prison conditions improved. As part of that agreement he was now testifying against his "compadre".

The defense attempted to bring Zambada to submission by using a heavy hand. Courtroom observers said it didn’t work, Zambada remained calm and articulate. Court spectators say the jury liked Zambada, even laughing along with him at some of his replies.  It is said he was a good witness. Not penetrable in his believable stance.

[Below:The prosecutors Guzmán presented this foto exhibit, where the defendant is observed dancing with an unidentified woman while toting a handgun.] 


Asked if he and his father had negotiated with the DEA since 2007, Zambada stated that "the one who had the communication with the DEA was my compadre Chapo." He recalled that his father, and Chapo.  decided to seek a meeting between the DEA and Vicente in 2009, since he wanted to get out of the cartel business with the permission of his father and Chapo, but he needed take care of the legal matters facing him in the United States. He claims that the idea, was to offer information to the DEA about "the enemies of my father and my compadre Chapo”, such as the Beltrán Leyva, the Carrillo Fuentes and the Zetas, in exchange for seeking to" fix "the legal problems he faced in the United States.


He was asked if he knew that the information provided to the DEA would be shared with the Mexican authorities, he said yes, and that it was assumed that the DEA and the government of Mexico would proceed against the "enemies" of the Sinaloa cartel with that information. He said he met with two DEA agents in Mexico City but a couple of hours after leaving that meeting, he was arrested by Mexican "special forces." 

But he was told he would meet with the DEA's regional chief and was assured that Mexican authorities would not know about it. He said he met with two DEA agents in Mexico City but a couple of hours after leaving that meeting, he was arrested by Mexican "special forces." 


He was questioned about his "more than a hundred" sessions with prosecutors and U.S. agents, with his providing information about his father.

Zambada said that as part of his agreement, he provided information about the houses and hiding places, airstrips, offices and operators of his father.

Balarezo mentioned he had revealed everything, yet Mayo remained free. "If he hasn’t been arrested is not my fault---I'm to blame for that?"... Zambada answered with a smile. He retold the story of 2012, when he was taken from his U.S. cell to an office, where he was allowed to receive a call from his father. It had been a long while since he could speak with his father El Mayo. His attorneys managed to organized the call, made on the condition that he would ask his father to surrender.


No other information is given, but we all know El Mayo is still free, most likely in the Sierras of Sinaloa. But he was told he would meet with the DEA's regional chief and was assured that Mexican authorities would not know about it.


Other trial highlights:

Mochomo

Zambada testified: The war between his father Mayo, Chapo and the Beltran Leyva began in 2008 after the arrest of 'El Mochomo' Alfredo Beltran Leyva because his brother Arturo accused Mayo and Chapo of having handed Alfredo to the government. 

On April 30, 2008, Zambada said that federal police (PFP) and military agents looted offices and homes of assassins and people who worked for the Beltran Leyva, acting on the basis of information provided by Chapo and Mayo.

He arranged for his wife and kids to be flown in the US and taken off the OFAC list. His w

Today VZN named other sicarios; M1 [Torres] , Chino Anthrax, El Negro, Fantasma

When wrapping up direct, AUSA Amanda Liskamm asked Vicente whether he’s ever committed murder — he said he hadn’t but has ordered them “several times.” Kidnappings, too.

The murder of Francisco Rafael Arellano Felix, supposedly it wasn't Chino directly conducting the kill.  He had two of his most trusted men carry it out.


Assassinations were personally approved by Chapo and Mayo. They would discuss objectives and risks before giving the green light.


Vasconcelos

The Prosecutor asked about three specific incidents, including an attempted hit on former Mexican drug czar José Luis Santiago Vasconcelos.

After these looting, a military friend of Zambada informed him that the Beltran Leyva had as main objective to assassinate him.

They were following his wife with plans to kidnap her, kill her and send her his head.

This is when, Zambada left Qualiacan for Mazatlan

Dozens of people, including agents of the PFP, died that April 30 in clashes with allies of the Beltran Leyva.

Zambada said that he himself ordered Chapo and his father Mayo to kidnap and kill several people associated with their rivals.

Zambada said Vasconcelos ran afoul of the cartel because he arrested Chapo's son Iván Archivaldo.

Zambada said the move was "without basis" because Iván wasn't yet involved in the family business.

After three meetings, Chapo and Mayo gave the order for Vasconcelos to be killed.

He said they sent a hit squad led by an ex-military commando from Chapo's people. They sent a hit squad led by an ex-military commando from Chapo's people.

They were armed with three Guatemalan-made bazookas, but the guys were caught before the hit and the bazookas were confiscated.

Vasconcelos later died in a plane crash in 2008.

The cartel spent $750K on special equipment to intercept phone calls from a Mexican army source.

They overheard a cartel member named Julio Beltrán complaining about El Chapo and Mayo.

Zambada said Beltrán was grumbling about "esos pinches viejos" [ these fucking old guys] and saying it was time for a new generation to take over.

Mayo was livid by the comment and he ordered the killing. Mayo also ordered the murder of Teco Lindoro who he learned was working with AFO.

Mayo summoned Teco to a meeting, handcuffed him, and handed him over to a hitman to be killed.


Vicente said that while Teco was handcuffed, they called El Azul's son. The call was on speakerphone so that he could hear the interrogation.


Macho Prieto was reported killed during a shootout in Rocky Point near the Arizona border in 2013 Zambada is not sure if he was really died or not.

Video of second shootout scene slow motion


Note: A chase erupted, the military received help from two helicopters, they even used grenades to try to stop a pickup truck which finally ended completely burned in front of a small roundabout located at the exit of the condo complex. Two dead men laid dead there, both of them of heavy build, executed. One was close to the pickup truck, the other near the sidewalk. 

At the same time, another shootout erupted at the entrance of the complex, there laid another of the hitmen facing upwards, in the middle of the median road, with a AK-47 on his side, loaded with a round magazine. 

More bullets were shot in the hallway between the vacation buildings, there are even signs of the shootout in one of the condo´s facades, the luxurious apartment was left full of blood. In total –according to witness reports- there were five casualties. The other two bodies remained on the ground, without official custody, not even the yellow tape used to define the crime scene. < Passerbys drove around the burned out vehicle and two dead bodies, videotaping the scene, later uploading to social media including this video.



Some material used from: court documents, Reforma, El Norte, Jornada, Mica,

135 comments:

  1. El SR Mayo will never be caught.
    He is protected by a 3 layer security detail made up of highly trained Antrax Black Ops agents .
    He knows the jungles of Sinaloa like the palm of his hands. El Peńa 20 was ordered to escape from jail to head SR Mayo's bodyguard and enforcer service. El M tiene muchos amigos.

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    1. Jungles of Sinaloa? LMFAO. What fing jungles you moron.

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    2. I have to agree. I think it's very likely he'll die naturally.

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    3. I remember when people would say the same about Chapo.. 300 people protecting him at all times. This is real life buddy.

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    4. Jto mayo is under Dea protection, he is just on other informant

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    5. 6:47 You might not know Sinaloa... There are pumas, cougars, panthers, jaguars, Parrot's, Guacamayas in many areas of the region. Maybe not like the Amazon rainforest but there are terrains that are very similar to Jungles.

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    6. You must a big fan lmao but I’m with you he’ll never be caught just because he knows how to keep himself in the shadow

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  2. He will get out in no time, will redo his life, the others will most likely get good reductions in their sentence, all at Chapo’s expense 😳 Would he be receiving the same treatment if he wouldn’t have escaped twice in MX? 🤨🤔 I feel that his escapes gave US a perfect excuse to take all their anger out on him 🤔 to make it seem like they’re doing what MX can’t.

    Anyway, I feel that maybe this guy’s father changes hideouts and all that shit often that’s why he hasn’t been caught or maybe during those sporadic times in which his father communicated w/ his lawyers he told them to tell VZN to snitch on him to get out sooner?

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    1. In Mexico it’s not really big crime to escape prison to the Mexican government it is human nature you will want to escape and be free

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    2. It was reported no too long ago on here that Mayo was nearly captured in Tamarindo Sinaloa. He ran with one of his bodyguards and I believe the locals hid him when the military arrived hit on his heels.

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    3. Yes I know it isn’t a crime in MX but to the US it shows incompetence lol. Besides it was also assisted by the law enforcement. No way he did any of that on his own.

      Now they’re using those escapes to “prevent him from escaping a third time” and have him locked up like a terrorist.

      Well Mayo got lucky

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  3. Of course. DEA is one of those agenices that unlike the CBP has no reason to explain their job procedures and or actions within their job procedures to anyone.
    This is not mentioning that everyone new is Juarez during the top of the CDS vs Juarez conflict the majority of people arrested where from CDJ.
    Wether there is a reason or not for these events DEA is deep in dealing with cartels.
    Still does not make Chapo innocent of any shit however.

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    1. I said this a long time ago on another blog borderreporter that Chapo was using the locals to turn on each other and then he was going to take them out all together. then he was going to place his people all those photos the dea had on the past players were from homeland security offices because they got permission to cross into the US. Some people clowned me but they saw for themselves how it played out and then they fucked the whole trade in El Paso Juarez

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    2. You should work for the CIA then you better than Walter Mercado

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    3. No lie, he sure is

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    4. Rules apply only to conventional warfare and the drug war certainly isn't one nor the cartels are conventional forces so rules, agreements, laws and rights aren't always followed, if the government wants you it will get you, even if it means playing corrupt and make false agreements.

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  4. You could have Mayo streaming live from Times Square that bad motherfucker won’t get caught.

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    1. Hes so bad ass that he called the dea like to talk to his son. That's like being ann Frank and calling hitler

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    2. No, it's like an Frank calling Hitler and snitching on the Jews for her freedom..

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    3. That's like Osama calling the US Army to talk to his camel

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  5. Snitchola with pride

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    1. Everyone snitches, for reduced sentences. Im sure Mayo Zambada has no resentment towards his son for taking the stang. - Te Cocho

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    2. 5:52 PM Are you a Sinaloas? So you approve of people turning other people in because they got caught with stuff they shouldn't have.

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    3. Haters gon hate I'm sure you're from Sonora

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    4. 12:22 what are you???

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    5. I bet you would too.

      I bet that 99% of those that calls someone else a snitch would also snitch while facing life in prison and that being the only way out.
      You act like u wouldn't call 911 if something happened to you or your loved ones, if you get hurt or a family member gets killed ad you know who did it and where that person is, would you point him out so that law enforcement takes him out? Or will you be a "snitches get stitches" type of retard and do him a favor and remain quiet and let him live free?

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    6. You dummies know you have the right to a lawyer and to remain silent right? Lmao

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  6. He was able to call his pops, but they dont know where he is??? Lol this whole trial is a JOKE- the dea is a JOKE-

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    1. The WoD and prohibition is a joke!

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  7. This sounds all planed out honestly

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    1. It is, cartels get fractured (but got out of hand, they expected them to dissolve and not become violent cells) Chapo gets caught (expected CDS to fall aswell) zambada never gets caught but also won't live a free life at peace while he dies of natural causes while on the run, zambada niebla gets out of jail not to return to Mexico (CDs cheerleaders will say he commands CDs from the usa) but he will actually live to an old age become the Popeye of Mexico living in exile in the US making an income writing books and giving interviews and preaching on how he turned his life around

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  8. He smiled because he knew he gave the dea all his old hidding spots all the places he knew his dad wasn’t at it was all planned before he was arrested. Worked out good for him. I’m sure he’s been in touch with Mayo more then one call. Wounder if he will go back to Mexico or change his life and stay here in the US?

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    1. Exactly 😂😂 come on now if it was legit he would have been caught or some shit 😐✋🏻

      I hope he stays in the US with his fam. But then again when you grow up with $$$$ its hard to start from the bottom... especially at his age lol dammit I thought he was like 33-35

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    2. He new what he was doing now people in prison state and federal or county jail have better phones than we do on the outside so it will be easy to communicate with the outside world they have instagrams Facebook only Chapo has it bad like he did the 911 attack

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  9. I bet he’s living decent in jail good jail condition

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    1. Look at the roof in that pick, looks like Chapo was living in squalor.

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  10. Chivis, on forum Mica mentioned that VZN hasn't paid the billion. I'm pretty sure that he doesn't have that amount of money...

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    1. it usually payments that are structured, same as i outlined for chino and others, but they are substantial or I would not see how they could be released.

      anyway it is reported he has. I don't know but can ask for a confirmation.

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    2. Are you sure about that?? Sure he can't get it from somewhere else??

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    3. I know I read somewhere he has paid like the Flores twins. And chino anthrax paid up. What ever happen to chino is he a surprised witness too??

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    4. I walked to the buffet and all I 👀 is crow---
      here we go.
      I owe BB followers an apology. I made an error in principal. When I write a post I usually do not have to look up much if the info is recent. I have a great memory. But in this case of the billion dollars, I did not recheck the plea agreement. and in the past I have read it at least a half dozen times. I just was not thinking in this case. I could offer excuses but really when it is your name as author, one especially has to be sure.

      I forgot it was forfeiture. And there are reports that the billion is paid. that could be correct but highly doubtful it all is.

      Forfeiture is seized assets. That is much different that payments of fines, restitution, penalties. And the amount of a billion is an overshot to protect any assets not yet known but exposed in the future.

      No doubt there are many frozen assets waiting to be seized. and part of the plea is that VZN agrees not to fight it. so any assets already identified is now property of the U.S. only in the U.S.

      In the trial VZN spoke of the Mexican government going after his mothers companies, saying those were carefully structured as legal bought with legal funds. Says he. Mexico does the same thing, they freeze assets, wait for sentencing and seize at that time. They did that in the Zetas money laundering horse race trial, especially with pancho colorado. So I think the U.S. gets US assets and Mx gets those in Mx. It is not about 'payments' in forfeiture.

      I think, so far, he only has a 100 dollar fine, but that will change in sentencing next month....so bottom line there are no payments, the billion will be assets seized and for sure that has happened.

      I believe Mochomo also had a huge forfeiture. they asked for 10B

      “The government’s calculations of the gross receipts generated by the conspiracy need not be exact, because criminals, especially drug traffickers, rarely keep detailed receipts of their ill-gotten gains.”

      The $10 billion amount requested by prosecutors was calculated through interviews with high-ranking members of the drug trafficking organization, the motion states.,,

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    5. I honestly don’t believe they will ever pay a billion. That’s only court talk.

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    6. 5hats the condition of his release tonto. If he doesn't pay his not getting out

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    7. The funny thing is that the court usually wants proof that it is clean money, here they aren't asking for clean money, we all know that hehisnt Carlos slim and the money is obtained illegally.

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  11. This trial is bad these guys had dealings with the US government for information and now that it's out now been there going to f*** them over royally this is so f****** bad our government if they want to put you down it will take you out can you ain't going to do s***about it

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    1. Of course. The government doesn't follow rules when they set the rules. When you get their attention you become Their property and its Their house their rules, he fucked over his own dad so how is it bad that he gets fucked over? It's a dirty two way lane and it goes both ways, but both come out gaining something, the government gets its top wanted violent offenders and zambada gets his freedom. And they had to do him that way because that's the easiest way to get the wanted men that are on his side, he wanted to give up only his enemies in exchange for his freedom but that would only give Chapo advantage to grow and get deadlier and this way he gives up not just the enemies but everyone for his freedom.

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  12. Aslong as Mayo Zambada remains that powerfull, vicente zambada will remain untouched. Even if some low level meth head/dealer decides to touch him its a sure death sentence for whom ever decides to take actions into their own hands against VZ.

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  13. VZ has been nothing but loyal to his father. The hell witheveryone else mayo still runs the show.

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  14. No secret that cds are ALL government informants. Wonder if cds will still be the DEA favorite and go against cds main threat cjng. Or will the DEA deal betrayed and take out the cds heads. I think DEA got paid pretty good by mayo and chapo so DEA will help them get loads over to the good ol U.S of A and business as usual. Chapo and vicentillo will get out and have a good life..

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    1. Dea pisses what chapo and mayo could give them

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    2. Take your meds.

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    3. The dea from what ive seen is still rooting fro cds in the narco world. The only other cartel they could use would be menchos but he is to unstable for them to trust him imo.

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  15. Pretty cool pic of chapo...10

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  16. The US govt could us the seized funds from these narco bozos to build the much needed border wall...

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  17. Typical narco-junior; perfectly comfortable ordering people killed but hasn’t personally killed someone.

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    1. Hes straight up lying. This fool killed personally. Especially when he got back to culiacan from tj b4 the war started. They might have been bound and tied up but he still did the deed.

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  18. What about the Cocaine Import Agency? are they really "saints"?

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  19. Glad you changed that ugly court pic to his pic. You’re the best. He looks fantastic, very handsome 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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    1. Just for you! jaja it is a cool foto.

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    2. Thanks Chivis 🥰😘😘 I love how you make everyone happy

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  20. I like this dude even more. Mayo will never be caught and VZ smiling shows that Mayo has always been the top dog. He is given information to the feds to stay on top. He has played his cards right in the drug business which you hardly ever see. VZ going to be out by 2020 no doubt

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    1. He avoided 25 to life by snitching on everyone but not enough to get out so soon, so chill

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    2. Read the transcripts when asked if his father was the supreme leader he said no him and Chapo co lead. Now Mayo is the supreme leader yes.

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    3. Oh he is going to be out soon enough, I don't think chapo can say the same. Just stating facts

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    4. Co-lead still is a boss so I would have to agree with 8:51 they all were bosses in the own right. Million dollar question is...Where is El Azul? Did he really die from a heart attack? Chivis has there been an update on this?

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  21. great article!! keep up the good work!

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    1. Yeah awesome article eh?I think maybe Vicente Zambada maybe had a falling out with his father a decade ago but who knows?????

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  22. Chivis, awesome stuff. The stories are more intriguing coming from guys like him rather than hearing narco wise tales. One thing is for sure though, that Zambada family and Chapos sons are absolutely powerful otherwise they’d be arrested. My question to you Chivis is why was Chapo arrested if these two families are so powerful?

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    1. IMO: He crossed the line with EPN by humiliating the administration and escaping via one of his famous tunnels. If he had not done that, he would have never been extradited and EPN would have allowed the next administration to take over 'the issue' that would have been AMLO and i don't think he would have allowed the extradition. I also believe if he would not have made the escape via the tunnel exposing to the world the depth of corruption, chapo would have been ok

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    2. Chivis, I’m from India, I have been following this site for about 3 years. Though it’s not related to me, but I still like to know the news. After your stories about Guzman trial, I have become a daily visitor. Keep posting the updates. Rock on buddy

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    3. I agree...cross me once shame on you....cross me twice shame on me.....now pay the Piper. Greed and power lust has been the downfall of many!

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    4. Saludos India! Thank you...

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    5. Total agree Chivis... the cartels operate at the pleasure of the govt. Chapo crossed the line.

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    6. 8:01 simon bato is that dead mans line, but we hit them tomorrow i got some poison for spider.
      El Gallo Negro

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  23. Vicentillo and the Twins will be hanging out together making cabrito and drinking whiskey in about 1 year from now with all their millions

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    1. "Vicentillo and the Twins will be hanging out"
      Nah,you sure about that,one or all three might have a recorder up his arse..Picture of Chapo with a gun on his hip...Devestating evidence ?

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  24. Word to the wise" dnt do any biz with sinaloas,theyll turn on u,when shit hits the fan!!!"

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  25. Chapo snitched person was right. Chapo mayo snitched

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  26. "-VZN has repeatedly made it clear Mayo and Chapo were partners."

    Its obvious at this point Chapo and Mayo co-lead the cartel with Azul from VZNs testimony. There was no supreme leader but now there is. Mayo is now the supreme leader now that Chapo is behind bars.

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  27. Mayo is supreme leader now that Chapo got extradited. They were both running the show. Thanks for posting.

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  28. El Senor will be let go, the evidence against him is all circumstantial and hearsay.

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    1. El Señor is not locked up, little chapo will get life in prison

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  29. An there is the confirmation everyone’s been waiting on. DEA and the American gov allied w CDS at some point during their reign. I also wonder if VZ will be released since he’s been confessing to murders and murder plots. That’s typically frowned upon and comes with life sentences.

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  30. The real reason for the dea allowing vic to phone papa rat was to fill foreign bank accounts of dea agents and send arms to venezuelan rebels.
    Sheesh wonder why record overdose deaths and more drugs in america than ever!

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  31. The Drug War as being fought has only caused more death and destruction.
    Legalization is the only solution to minimize the destruction.
    Of course, the dea and prisons and the judicial system do not want this as that would mean an 80% reduction in their staffing and budgets. Very similar to the military-industrial complex. Those multi-million $$$ pensions are the golden parachute for failure!
    Admit failure and move towards legalization.

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  32. Drugs will never be legalized as it ensures an ever expanding police state with larger weapons and citizens with less rights and freedoms. Same as the war on terror!
    Can't have the american sheep acting like the yellow vests in France! The 1% can't have that!

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  33. any news on el mencho as of late? the guy seems to have completley ghosted always like to know what hes up to he is a very fascianting narco

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  34. zambada sr is a very smart man I’m putting all this together and it makes sense. (If this was the plan)
    Is it a coincidence that Vicente got arrested and got extradited real quick right at the point at the war with the Beltranes and zetas?
    Did mayo fear his son would get killed?
    Did mayo plan to put his son away for few years
    Wile everyone killed each other?
    Was that the plan since the beginning for Vicente to rat on his father for reduced sentence?
    Did mayo give intelligence to DEA to capture chapo? Or wast it really sheen penn the hero here? Or did mayo just knew chapós time was going to come to an end soon and this would be another reduced sentence to his son ones extradited.

    What I’m saying is if mayos plan was to have his son locked up in the u.s for safety reasons knowing that he would be free and take control of the cds one day.

    Think about it if mayo gets cought or dies. Who would be best fit to lead cds?? Not chapós kids that’s for sure..

    I’m sure Vicente got wiser and more self discipline in prison to lead cds.

    Just my two cents.

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    1. How is VZN going back after becoming a CW? I don't think they will except him

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    2. Dude you are delusional Mayo is semi retired Iván Archivaldo and his son flaco head the Cartel..10

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    3. People talk alot of shit about SINALOENSES but ther the ones who have always controlled most of the drug bussines ther very intelligent about what they plan to do and I know that there's a lot of other big drug dealers in other states in mexico but its not the same as SINALOA I don't understand why people get mad about how CDS runs its bussines if they kill rivals or turn in ther enemies in or what ever what did you think ther was some kind of rules in the business ther in and another thing people act like it affects them if CDS says something about ther bussines .this is how all the cartels,mobsters,gang members what ever you want to call them they all corporate if its in ther best interest ther not loyal mencho gave Up his boss el lobo and el 85 know el lobo Valencia is snitching to but nobody talks about that at the end of the day we can all talk shit and say what we want but thers so much more to all this cartel shit that most people won't understand and are ignorant to think that ther just snitching on each other with out a real plan and agreement with one an other some times in order to win you got to lose sometimes and if you got to sacrifice your self for your family you will El mundo se acabo primero que LOS SINALOENSES

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    4. 11:59 sinaloas will always have an excuse for snitching lol they are confirmed government informants. El Lobo, el mencho and who ever you mentioned are NOT informants tonto. With all that snitching, the cds are officially done. Just watch..cds cells going to do a lot of jumping around to cartels like cjng and even Beltranes

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    5. 3:33 Beltranes will come back strong. I don’t see CJNG lasting and they sure as hell ain’t beating Beltran, it’s been proven que esa si es gente de guerra

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    6. 3:49 there have been shoot outside close to jalisco with cjng and Beltranes, cjng pushing Beltranes further north. A few articles here how cjng left a bunch of trucks all shot up and beltranes running

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  35. Since Chapo has been in American custody drug deaths and availability of drugs has increased in America.
    Obviously he is not the Kingpin stated by the gvt!
    Obviously a fabrication and should be freed!

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    1. 932 haven't you been following all the incriminating evidence, that has been piling on him, of what he had done. He was a kingpin now busted and will pay the time. As for drugs flowing into US, that is being driven by other cartels, that soon will be busted.

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  36. Will Mexico demand Viv-jrs extradiction as he has admitted to ordering murders in Mexico.
    Hopefully! As who wants this POS as their neighbor.

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  37. Great work chivis and all staff btw it’s *Culiacan not Quiliacan...LM10

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  38. It seems like all the comments approve on the fact that The Beltran brothers were correct in thinking Chapo and Mayo tried to turn them in. They all favor the Snitchaloas. What they individuals did is the lowest shit you can do even lower then killing your enemies whole family. Pure trash lets see how many flip on the Snitchaloas or if they stay with them even after knowing how they operate.

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    1. Chivis why do you let comments like these be posted here you have a guy that’s a straight Sinaloa hater

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    2. Seems like you and everyone else is wrong Coked out Arturo betrayed CDS by dealing with Lazca he even provided a helicopter for him to escape its funny how your here in a Sinaloa article when your not even from Sinaloa

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    3. 12:52 so you have to be from Sinaloa now to read cds articles? Lol que pendejo!

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  39. EL mayo 🧢 vivo o muerto ⚰️ cae por ke cae, el mundo es redondo 🌎de ally nadie ze ezcapa __________👃 ssssnif

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  40. Lupe Tapia is big player in Sinaloa . He was Vicente’s road dog . He hasn’t been touched

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  41. Looks like Chapo was set up gotcho by the M's

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  42. If mayo is so powerful like cds groupies
    Keep saying, answer this.. why cant mayo keep cds together? Why is Sinaloa all unorganized and can't compete with cjng now that chapo is locked up?
    Il tell you this though.. mencho seen cds weaknesses and went his own way

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    1. Because they believe mayo has magical powers. They are so dumb they actually believe vicente risked getting life in prison, "it was all planned they think".

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    2. Only split is cjng buddy, Cholos factions vs Menchos. How is CDS split exactly? Guano problem sounds more of and isolated one instead of a split cartel. - Te Ago El Amor

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    3. You sound like a mencho groupie yourself the audacity 🤦‍♂️

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    4. What are you talking about? You want unorganized, take a look at michoacan. You have CJNG,Templarios, Viagras, la Familia, Auto defensas and now the CJNG guys that defected all fighting each other. Michoacanos cant organize to make michoacan great again... mejor no digas nada que calladita te ves mas bonita.

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    5. Lol Sinaloa fan boys are mad at 4:59 by the way 5:57 you mentioned cjng 2 times.
      The war in michoacan is due to cjng taking over michoacan from viagras, CT are aligned with mencho while la familia with viagras. That doesn't change the fact that 4:59 has a point

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    6. Cause i pinned point the split? Ok 😌 makes sense ..

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  43. So why did Julio beltran really die? Was it because he mouthed off or because he killed a chaidez? And who killed pancho palma Beltrán and why?

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    1. 9:46 Snitchaloas why do you even have to ask. Why did they get killed to get them out of their way growing to fast Mayo and Chapo want their families to dominate the business. I bet the two snitchaloas ended up turning in the old guard as well.

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    2. Havent you kept up with the trial? Chapo order some of those hits including Julio Beltrans.

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    3. I think for oth those reasons. Essentially he tried to go against mayo and chapo that's why he died.

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  44. Mil gracias por otro artículo brillante!!!
    Chao!
    (España)

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  45. On the chapo picture looks like that girl hes dancing with doesn't care for him by the way they are dancing. Like if she was forced to dance with him lol

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    1. Like all his women. Chapo had no game. Botas Blanca le bajo una vieja en la juventud. There originates all the jealousy.

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    2. Calmate sicologo

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  46. I thibk people understimate the balls and amount of power arturo beltran leyva had to just go to war with chapo mayo and nacho coronel at their prime arturo clearly was able to move the scale depending on which side he was on. He had everyone ducking for cover even the goverment its a know fact that the secretaries of felipe calderon i believe it was mouriño and vasconcelos and another one all died in that plane crash on orders of arturo his people shot down the plane.It wasnt an accident. Thats why calderon went all out against arturo .

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    1. afirma arturo tumbo ese avion

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  47. You dont know if vincente gave thrm accurate info on his father
    The underlings yes but he could of given them misinformation

    You gotta balance what they know you know, ans leave out what thry dony know u knoe. If you say yoo little or too much

    But thsts if you are a rat..

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  48. This alone provides that Chapo and Mayo never gave a shit about Mochomo, they were willing to break Arturo Guzman out but not Mochomo?

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    1. "You're either with us or against us." Is what it seems like to me... why would Mayo and Chapo show loyalty to the Beltranes when the Beltranes were sleeping with the enemy(Carrillos and Zetas).

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    2. 5:51 that was after chapo and mayo betrayed them tonto.. they gave up lots of people..

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    3. @9:45 so you're telling me Chapo and Mayo turned their backs on the Beltranes after 2004? Clarify things for me because I'm confused...

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  49. He had balls but no brain. Basically he committed suicide.

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