Wednesday, February 20, 2019

House arrest denied for "El Padrino" (El Jefe de Jefes)

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A federal court denied amparo to Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, who was the leader of the Guadalajara cartel, to serve his sentence of 37 years in prison at his home



The Second Collegiate Court in Criminal Matters of Mexico City denied an amparo  of federal justice to Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, who was the leader of the Guadalajara cartel, to serve his sentence of 37 years in prison at his home, and will continue interned in the maximum security prison of Puente Grande, Jalisco.

The federal magistrates explained that the granting of the domiciliary prison, by age, constitutes a
facultative power of the Judicial Power, depending on each case and is not a right of the person.

"Although due to his age he has a deterioration in his health, the suffering he presents does not show an unnecessary notoriety that he will comply with the sentence imposed".

In his lawsuit, Felix Gallardo argued that he is over 70 years old and his health condition is precarious, so he could reach the benefit of house arrest and in case of not granting it, a case of discrimination would be incurred.  The capo known as "The Boss of Bosses", was convicted for participating in 1985 in the murder of the agent of the Drug Control Administration (DEA), Enrique Camarena Salazar and the Mexican pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar.

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  1. That’s an awesome, never expected this from a mx judge

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    1. What an ignorant comment. Not every Mexican is corrupt.

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    2. @3:55 no but majority of them are mexico itself is corrupt. It wont be to much longer before the cartels stage a coup

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    3. 3:55 everyone has a price

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    4. @8:41

      Not everyone.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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    5. Arrogant comment? It's the truth. Very surprising that a judge in Mexico is capable of doing the right thing. That's sad!!!!

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  2. Damn... This dude was the man. He had control of Chapo, the Arrellanos and every other big player in the game. A true boss

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    1. And look at him now. Why you glorify these parasites?

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    2. wow your comment and the first two comments blow me away shit we are all human beings he has been in jail since 85 cant we be a little compassionate? lets not de humanize people because they commit crimes which is usually because of their circumstance if you look at the case the mexican goverment and the cia are more to blame than he is and maybe mexico would be a little more peaceful if it was more controlled and less chaotic? Not to mention the whole ordeal was over a weed bust kiki was a cowboy doing whatever he wanted over something that is legal in most states canada soon mex and most americans think should be legal these comments just feed into the whole blind drug war flawed thinking

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    3. @813, have a bit of compassion? I'm not going to start with personal insults, but he was responsible for multiple murders, directly and indirectly. Why should there be any leniency? The guy needs to do his time, enough said.

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    4. I assume he had good time in my jail. Nothing like any!
      Do the crime -do the time !!!!

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    5. There are many people that the world would have been better off without . If we would have captured Hitler should he have gotten another chance ?

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    6. @8:13

      “he has been in jail since 85 cant we be a little compassionate? “

      What about a big fat NOPE? Or better yet, let the families of his victims decide whether he deserves compassion or not. To compassionate towards these scumbags when you haven’t been affected by them is too easy. Just like it’s easy to be a maricón with somebody else's ass.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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    7. You all are degrading the man, but you arent complaining about Chapo or Escobar? Gallardo Felix didnt do half the shit they did. He wasnt tying bodies to trees or dumping them in acid while their families watched... Compared to the rest he was simple

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    8. @942; this article isn't about Chapo, Escobar, or any other cartel leader/member; stay on task. Personally, I don't have compassion for any of them... did they have compassion for even one person they killed? They were all selfish acts based on their personal greed. None of those guys are role models/heroes, get over the nostalgia.

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  3. Send him here to the USA 🇺🇸 to finish off those uts he got left . what they think that all that damage they did is over with naw homie u got a long way to go to pay your debt

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    1. That fool ain't your homie, lame.

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  4. Have y’all seen his most recent picture?? Prison literally rotted him. Kinda feel bad for the guy

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    1. I seen it, he lost one eye and has multiple illnesses

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  5. Felix is a tall man compared to a lot of other Mexican capos.

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    1. He was like 6'2 while the average height in Mexico is around 5'7, perhaps even shorter back then. He stood out.

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    2. Ramon Arellano was also 6"2 and carried a heavy weight in his prime. One of the many reasons he was also feared.

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    3. Who gives a shit chinolas are a bunch of pussy ass snitches. They should call this guy a el ojo de ojos look at him all that money and can’t even afford to fix his grille

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  6. When you know everything the powers that be make sure you don’t get out of prison alive. Pez gordo se muere en el agua

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  7. Bet he has stories to tell....

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  8. Damn Let him go home Just Let him go already

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  9. He's almost done 30 of the 37 years, I imagine he'll eventually get it granted in the next 2-3 years

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  10. Let him out! I wonder how many people are waiting to serve him a cold dish of revenge.

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  11. Let this old man live his life already he already did lots of time like rcq1

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  12. With absolutely no power left to his name, it would be better he lives the rest of his days in prison where he is at least safe.

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  13. Supposibg he ever got house arrest is he safe? Like, are there any people who'd like to kill him? Can't think of any enemy offof the top of my head.


    If anyone knows please feel free to share, thanks in advance.

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    1. Two words ...

      Guero Palma

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    2. no me alcanza el tiempo para mencionarlos a todos

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    3. Guero couldnt do shit to him when they was both free and it was when the killing of his family was fresh

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  14. Less than one percent of crimes are punished in Mexico, yet an old sick man is kept in a hole for 30 yrs for his alleged involvement in the death of a corrupt gringo agent. This is why Mexico will forever be a US colony.

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    1. I’m pretty sure Enrique was born in MX.

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    2. He spent much of his adult life hunting & persecuting impoverished weed farmers. He's a gringo at heart.

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    3. Lmao at heart.. at least the US cared about his death. Ya que su propio país Mexico no le importa mucho su gente.

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    4. Y si nos basamos en tu lógica, then MX is a US colony thanks to Mexican immigrants. 😫😐

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    5. Yes, E was born in
      Mexicali but became a US naturalized citizen

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    6. lol @ the US 'caring' for his death. American intelligence agencies colluded with cartels to murder him and conceal their corruption. They only reason the Reagan gov made such a fuss about his death was because they had been humiliated big-time in Beirut a year ago and couldn't afford for the world to witness American operatives getting killed left & right with impunity. The Cold War was still going on, after all.

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    7. Better to punish the 1% than nada !

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    8. @ 2:40 era soplón y traidor.....plus it was the dea that killed him......mil veces muere el cobarde, y el valiente no más una

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  15. This year he makes 30 years in jail thats enough time.

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    1. 🧐2019-1985=34 yrs...

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    2. Google him he was arrested in 1989, Caro Quintero and Fonseca Carrillo were arrested in 1985

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    3. 3:19 he was arrested in 1989.

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  16. Thrown under the bus by Mexican politicos

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    1. I bet now he wishes they would've literally thrown him under a bus 🚃☠️

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  17. He should be freed immediately since he didn’t order Kiki’s death and when he was in control you never saw all the mess you see today. I doubt his life’s in danger if it was he’d be dead a long time ago especially there in puente grande oh sorry I meant puerta Grande.

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    1. I believe he ordered some killings, so hang em high

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  18. Anyone think of he is released rcq will help him ?

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  19. Rafa and this man did time in the same prison I’m pretty sure they were in contact the whole time in prison

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  20. I wounder what puente grande is like it has housed and still house big timers?

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  21. That's because there's a NEW jefe jefes "mencho" dont act like you dont know... just saying...

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    1. Mencho will be arrested before 19’ ends.

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    2. Been seeing this for years now zzzz

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    3. That throne has been occupied for about 30 years by Mayo Zambada. He hasn't stepped foot in any prison. He hasn't had to watch other fools naked while showering like sissy boy mencho

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    4. @1:53 it’s funny how all these Snitch-a-LOAS love to hate , just cuz someone else besides a snitch is running shit, that’s why mencho gets hated on so much. Just sit back and watch how a real boss operates from the shadows and doesn’t go out to get a “penis erection” implant... hahahahha maaaas PUUUtos..

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    5. mencho would eat mayo alive u clowns

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    6. Mencho Es un puto violado....he got his but plugged in califas

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    7. 5:42 damm like that

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  22. This guy keeps being the paaadrino. That is something theeeyll never take away

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  23. I think the new Netflix narcos refreshes ppl feelings about all these old schools coming out of prison or possibly given the opportunity to be released. Brings back memories to those affected.

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