Friday, February 1, 2019

"Mochomito´s"10-year prison sentence is annulled

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Zeta Tijuana

Translation By Cruz for Borderland Beat

A Collegiate Court in criminal matters ordered a Penal Judge to leave the 10-year prison sentence given to Jesus Alfredo Beltran Guzman "El Mochomito" and 4 of his co-defendants for diverse federal crimes unsubstantiated.

Judicial sources informed ZETA weekly that the magistrates' ruling instructs the judge to replenish the procedure due to the fact that he did not observe the rules of individualization of penalties and he did not establish the actual degree of culpability of those sentenced.

Jesus Alfredo Beltran, son of drug trafficker Alfredo Beltran Leyva "El Mochomo" and also the nephew of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was detained midday on December 9th, 2016 in Ciudad Granja neighborhood which is in the Zapopan municipality.

Federal Police agents intercepted two Volkswagen vehicles, one being a Jetta the other a Gulf, in which Beltran Guzman and his co-defendants Joel Eduardo, Baudelio, Gerardo Eddy and Jesus Rafael were traveling in.

According to officials, the young men had in their possession; 3 kilos 878 grams of cocaine, an AR 15 .223 caliber, a submachine gun 5.7 calibers, a 9mm pistol, and two 38 super handguns as well as ammunition and a fragmentation grenade.
Due to such behavior, on April 25th, 2018 the judge from the specialized district in the Accusatory Criminal System third circuit condemned the five accused to purge sentences of ten years of prison and pay a fine of 225 days which is the equivalent of $821 USD (give or take). The resolution was confirmed on appeal on June 28th, 2018 by the Third Unitary Court of the mentioned circuit.

In 3 cases of direct protection promoted by "El Mochomito" and his co-defendants, their lawyers filed various grievances in an attempt to reverse the conviction. They challenged dactyloscopy surveys, field criminalistics and supposed inconsistencies of approved police report but those allegations were considered unfounded.

nevertheless, the magistrates estimated that there are violations of the fundamental rights of the convicted, because the judge graded all of the people involved with the same culpability being that he found them responsible of various crimes.

An example of the before mentioned is that Joel Eduardo and Baudelio were only sentenced for crimes against health because of the possession of cocaine with the intent to sell.

Jesus Alfredo Beltran was sentenced for 2 crimes, possession of cocaine with the intent to sell and for carrying a firearm for the exclusive use of the Army.

While Gerardo Eddy and Jesus Rafael were penalized for 3 conducts which are: possession of cocaine with the intent to sell, carrying a firearm and possession of cartridges for a weapon, these last two are for the exclusive use of the Army.

Despite the above, everyone was dealt with the same degree of guilt and the court sentenced them the same penalties, what in the opinion of the judges of the Collegiate Court is incongruent.

"Hence, constitutional protection should be granted to the complainants, to correct the aforementioned irregularity, without the degree of guilt and the penalty imposed on them based on this being higher than what was already fixed in the judgment claimed".

Jesus Alfredo Beltran Guzman and co-defendants are imprisoned at the Metropolitan Prison of the of Jalisco, where they have already been notified of the failure of guarantees.

68 comments:

  1. Excellent, but will they really serve 10 years?

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  2. Nothing changes...Collusion and impunity. Until Mexico starts severely punishing these criminals properly, how is anything to change?

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    1. Would be amazing to see the people of Mexico have an equivalent to the second amendment and watch the people stand up and the government shot their corrupt pants. This would not be this bad if the people could do what god gives them the right and ability to, protect their family and property. Most everyone I know born in Mexico or first generation in Texas is far from some white liberal that claims ptsd from a range trip, they have and carry guns and wouldn’t let their shit get taken. Heard little rumblings over the years, can anyone say how true it is, that many have gone back or their kids have gone back to Mexico to help their families fight back or just survive the poor tweakers who get handed guns. The punishment is so low, screw it, everyone needs arms for the use of the army.

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    2. Sadly Mexico is so far gone there is no hope for security for the average person. When the country is completely corrupted from top to bottom only a complete cleansing or revolution can begin to transform the country.

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  3. El Senor has allowed el Dos Banderas to live and has forgiven his father and traitorous uncles.

    El Six GN

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    1. Asi es compa arriba la federación.

      -El E1

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    2. The government will wipe out the rat cartel by 2021

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    3. Ya tu sabes chico.

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    4. Are you sure? I do remember at least 1 mocoso got levantado
      0007

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    5. Lol el 2 banderas had a pact with Mencho he doesn’t need el chapos forgiveness

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    6. Okay 006. Keep trolling keyboard warrior

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    7. Bitch stfu .."el six gn" LMAO pathetic loser just like Chapo joto and all the trash ass losers that swear they cartel.. learn how to work like a real fucking man stop with the hallucinations .. hiding behind a dumb ass name.. come to Texas I'll give you a job in concrete aver SI muy vergas ..

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    8. The Mennonite is awaiting your release.
      El Piloto de la Sierra

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    9. @Arturo salgado lmfao well said amigo this whole narco cultura is finally coming to an end. Its no longer COOL to be a narco. No more corridos about chino athrax, mini lic, and so on. Just look at the "pistoleros" now a days. There fuckin weak ass tweakers. Im from a small town in Jalisco that borders Michuacan. My family has been living in fear for at least 15 years.But recently my primos that come to visit tell me things are different now. They talked about how weak their Gunners are. They're all tweaked out and go weeks without sleeping. They're not really that scared anymore.

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    10. What town compañero

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    11. Arthur,preach brother preach,fuck cartel scrub rats preying on everyone

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  4. All this law mumbo jumbo... is this fool gonna be released or what? If so I am curious to see of he gets delt with upon his release.

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    1. The story continues with chapo's, mayo and beltranes kids.. who will take Sinaloa? I got mayo's sons who are locked up in the states right now but then again vicentillo was talking about retirement and that's why he snitched everyone out lol never mind, if they dont get their stuff right mencho will take over Sinaloa too. Cjng already took Tijuana, baja California, mexicali and other cds plazas, at that rate cds will be mearly a cell like golfos or Zetas

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    2. Fool u is a fool. Nobody will mess with mochomito he is beltran and guzman.

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  5. Beltran leyvas taking over chapos territory

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    1. Those were just rumors los Beltranes siempre andaban con los Guzmán

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    2. Los Guzmán andan al millón con Los Beltranes arriba la Palma badiraguato señores!

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    3. @8:51 I doubt Chapo Isidro and los Mazatlecos will get along with Los Chapitos.. especially with Mayos crews
      eLxBarrett

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  6. Was he involved in the Beltran Leyva organization?

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    1. Es el hijo of the only vato to walk the main line all by himself aye. Mochomo

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    2. I don't think so

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    3. Yup but got along with chaps ppl

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    4. I don’t think so, the irony is that his dad really didn’t want to be part of the business.. the Hesitant Narco. Sometimes the government will play games using families as leverage think of game of thrones.

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    5. That is great I named him "The Reluctant Narco"

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    6. @ 4:18 so proud walking main line doing life wow ! pero ay andaba de caliente .en sus corridos donde pasa la mochomera queda limpio el camino . y en corte llorando no era yo era el.muerto el bueno 😂

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    7. Chivis
      Further explain! I don’t understand what is greats and why reluctant? Didn’t this young man have los menores trembling when he was out?

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    8. i was speaking of mochomo not his son

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  7. He probably still has all his dads money

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    1. Or he could be making his own

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    2. He has his dads contacts. That’s all you need to make your own money. It’s actually easier than you think.

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    3. Homeboy works, trust me he does his thing

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  8. Common thugs, quite actually terrorists, against their own. So, bring them back in and give one of them 8 years another 10 another 16, what ever their crime deserves. Don't release these flees. Snorting cocaine is one of the most funnest pastimes, but I've found it makes ones brain go numb. The judge is obviously snorting their coke and getting dumber by the line. Those boys found, driving around with pounds of coke and firearms. Seems quite normal. Why didn't the cops pull them over just after they'd whacked a couple of rivals. That shouldn't have taken too long. Guess the cops supplies were getting low.

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  9. Does anyone think he stayed with his dad and uncles money after they where arrested and died?

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    1. The majority of his money he makes comes from real estate, auto shop mechanic and bodyshop, cattle broker, agriculture, and a few restaurants. Majority of his illegal money is laundering with those businesses for drug traffickers that are low key independents that worked with Los Beltranes in El Rosario, Escuinapa, Cosala, Mazatlan, Agua Caliente, Culiacan, Guamuchil, Guasave, Badiraguato, Tamazula Durango, Chacala Durango... those are people that are loyal to him. When you start to mix/fiddle with people in Jalisco/Mexico City/Nayarit interest is the only factor. Not friendship like the people in Sinaloa that respected his dad and uncles.

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    2. Hes a tirador he crosses droga

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    3. The son does have his own room and TV. How is that for jail time?

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  10. he on his way to USA

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    1. Nope Amlo isn't fighting the Drug War anymore.. capos are pardoned.

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    2. Nope
      His crimes only happened in Mexico. He sold drugs only I'm Mexico.

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  11. Wow, one day the new president says Mexico will not pursue capos for arrest, the next judges are opening prison gates.
    Sorry Mexico this guy could be the worst of head of state ever.

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  12. Chapo forgave him.

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  13. This guy is going to end up dead. Just wait.

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  14. Pura gente de huevos

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    1. Nomas de gallina, Luego cantan como canaries lol

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    2. Pure egg people... wtf is that?

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    3. People with balls,you know what he means

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  15. Arrest, detention & release. The Mexican narco constitution amendment Immunity & Impunity. LOL Controlled narco state. BUILD THE FUCKING WALL!

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    1. Please do so, cant wait to have you guys build it. <3 from Mexico

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    2. There is already a wall bro

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  16. How much did the judge pocket for taking that decision?

    AND: what was the judge's options? Maybe it was: rule like this or otherwise you and/or your family will get hurt badly!

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    1. Option in Mexico are short. Plata o plomo . Silver or lead? What's your choice?

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  17. LOS BELTRAN SIGUEN SIENDO LA MERA VERGA EN PUROS MERCEDES BENZ Y BMW SE LA NAVEGAN EN LAS MEJORES CIUDADES DE MEXICO CON TRAJE Y CORBATA

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    1. Tambien sombreros y huaraches!

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    2. Stop writeing in all capital letters, you think your a big shot but I got to break it to you , you got oodles of ramen maruchan noodles in your chones

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  18. Traje y corbata eh? B moes and moe benz huh? Hmmmmmm. How bout women, are the ladies pretty hot in Sinaloa like I hear? Can I go to bars in Sinaloa and not be bothered by cartel idiots? I just want to mind my own business and find a nice babe by the beach and maybe smoke some good herb and relax. Is it possible for a poor mexican like me to get laid in Sinaloa or are the ladies looking for the B mo's and MoSayDees fools? Sex drugs and rock n roll is what I'm talkn bout. Will I be criticized for liking American music more than Mexican music? Hmmmmmm. I'm old so maybe there's a good chance I can have a good time since I won't be competing with the young cocky cartel idiots. I will be looking for women 50 and over and curvy body and healthy. Will I find women like that in Sinaloa or will I have to bring one with me from Durango or Michigan (michoacan).?.
    What? This is not a dating site? Oh sorry for thinking out loud.
    Braking Benny.

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    1. From this comment your wrote,I can tell you’re a real dumbass.So that will be the reason you won’t get any girls in Sinaloa,or anywhere,unless you pay for it.Can tell,you ain’t got no game,and you talk a lot of nonsense!

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    2. Go to TIJUANA BRO! SERIOUSELY! could get robbed but definitely have a great fuckin time if you got to the right strip clubs and dont flash your $$$$$$$

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    3. Funny shit,and fools will bite,and you will hook up,fuck the haters,there's many about

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  19. I wounder where mochomos money is now that he got life

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    1. Tucked away with family access.

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