Monday, March 18, 2019

Guatemalan narco luxuries linked to CDG  

Sol Prendido for Borderland Beat from VXT


A collection of SS collection and luxury cars, boxes with large amounts of money, lavish residences, works of art, jewelry and other valuable goods were confiscated from a network of Guatemalan drug traffickers linked to the Gulf cartel, one of the drug smuggling mafias in Mexico, and with suppliers of cocaine substances from Colombia, official Guatemalan sources confirmed today.

The Public Prosecutor's Office (MP), which is the General Prosecutor of Guatemala, announced the arrest of 10 alleged Guatemalan drug traffickers and five police officers allegedly complicit in the organization, as part of the anticriminal campaign.

"The structure has links with the Gulf cartel," the MP reported.

When informing that the Narcotics Crime Prosecutor's Office dismantled a "structure linked to the Mexican cartel," the MP stated that "it is a group that, according to the investigations, is allegedly related to the international transit of drugs with Colombia-Guatemala connections. -Mexico".


The Guatemalan prosecutor, Alan Ajiatas, said that the business with luxury and collector cars and the acquisition of high-value properties "is one of the ways in which drug trafficking structures divert funds".

Among the cars there are brands such as Ford, Chevrolet, Maserati, Audi, GMC and Porsche, among others, and there are also motorcycles, according to the official account.

The operation of the Office of the Prosecutor "had a positive impact on five departments (states) after completing 40 search proceedings" with the support of the National Civil Police (PNC) of Guatemala, added the report of the MP.

The Guatemalan prosecutor, Gerson Alegría, explained that the case began on August 10, 2016, after the arrest at the La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City, of the Guatemalan Alexandro José Galindo Arellano, when he intended to travel to Switzerland with 77 capsules. cocaine inside his body.

"Subsequently, the seizure of four kilos of cocaine was achieved, as well as $ 200 thousand in cash on June 14, 2018," he said.

"This criminal structure manages various mechanisms to launder money, they searched for routes where they could not be identified and entered the financial sector to transfer the money, and they used companies or construction companies to rent or sell real estate and give the money obtained illicit, "said Alegría.


The organization used "cardboard companies" or ghosts to "launder money", according to the Prosecutor's Office.

The MP stressed that prosecutors seized a series of goods in the raids, such as firearms, various ammunition, cash in dollars and quetzales (Guatemalan currency), electronic devices, works of art, jewelry and a kilo of cocaine.

The judicial authorities also closed the residences of the drug traffickers and ordered the kidnapping of the collection and luxury vehicles acquired by the criminal chain, in a show of ostentation and opulence.

Guatemala is one of the main keys to drug smuggling from southern to northern America, due to factors such as its proximity to Mexico and its crucial position in northern Central America.

Guatemala is a strategic step in the trafficking of illicit substances by air, land and sea, especially from Colombia and Ecuador to Panama, Costa Rica and other Central American areas that are en route to the Guatemalan bases of the drug trafficking of reception, stockpiling, storage and re-export of cocaine. to Mexico and the US



Mexican drug trafficker Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán was arrested in 1993 in Guatemala and handed over by Mexican military authorities to Mexico, where he fled for the first time from a jail in 2001. Numerous Guatemalan partners of Guzmán in drug trafficking cartels in Mexico Guatemala was extradited to the United States in recent years.

Guzmán, one of the most powerful and dangerous drug traffickers of at least the last 30 years and a key part of the Sinaloa cartel as its founder approximately in 1989, was extradited in January 2017 to the US and found guilty last month in New York of various charges of narco-activity.

Guatemala maintains an influential presence of the Mexican cartels of Sinaloa, Los Zetas or Jalisco Nueva Generación, among others



30 comments:

  1. How does GDG even still exist? The ones that didn't get wiped out by the Zetas were either arrested or killed by the gov. At this point, it must be just gangs of drug-addicted, underage cholos who simply use the 'Golfo' brand for respect points.

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    1. You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. CDG has presence in different states and has been bring in quite a bit of drugs. They just busted 300 and something kilos of cocaine of theirs and if you pay attention are well equipped with weaponry, they also busted a safe house of theirs and found over a million U.S. dollars, so dipite the internal strife that's going on, some how, some way, and besides what you think, they are still going strong. Also, Panilo just got released from my understanding,and he is burned, so for them to have pulled that off they sill have influence. There's more to it and more coplexed than what people see on the surface. We don't know everything that goes on within their structure...you might want to remember that. People have been writing CDG for years saying that they are through,that they are on their way to extinction, but they are still here. Obviously there's more to it then we know. Don't just talk to talk, get informed, do your research and make educated comments,not blurted out ignorant comments. Nothing comes from that but misinformation and hate.

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    2. Reynosa has all the young commanders & cholos as secarios. Matamoros has plenty of old school big time Narcos still playing. CDG Matamoros ships merch all over the world just because Sinaloa, Noreste & CJNG has so many corridos playing in the Radio doesn’t mean Golfo ain’t still a big player in the game. CDG is not just in Tamaulipas or Nuevo León they got Sicarios in Jalisco, Michoacan, Oaxaca, San Luis, Zacatecas, Durango, Veracruz & many other states in MX. Golfo has stach Houses from Cali to Maryland even in Canada. Not to long ago a Canadian & Switzerland bank got caught laundering millions of dollars for CDG. Honestly how do you think they can support the war they have against their enemies. CDG Matamoros is still very strong.

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    3. 4:00
      Te la ma.astes con durango...Los Sinaloas no dejaron no entrar a Los Z en su mero apujeo contimas Los golfos.
      Si acaso solo van y compran yerba a la sierra pero controlar zonas (-) pareja

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    4. @ 4:00 What types of drugs is GDG moving nowdays? I read Tamaulipas is mostly coke nowdays, which is well and good but synthetics are currently where the money is.

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    5. @11:33 very well said, but I doubt the payaso will listen and before you know it he'll 'contribute' with another dumb ass comment like the one above.

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    6. @10:38, I would beg to differ my friend. Good, raw, fish scale coke is a hot commodity now a days. It’s in high demand and can make some good money in a lot of places. Plus, people with real money ain’t trying to do Meth, they want the Rich mans drug.

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  2. El Chapo escaped to Guatemala after the murder of archbishop cardinal Juan Jose Posadas Ocampo by the Mexican Policia Judicial Federal for Carlos Salinas de Gortari, the presidente who nobody is even trying to accuse in a court of law, much less arrest.
    After extradition to Mexico, La Chapa was housed in Puente Grande from where he escaped, but he was "the target" in that murder...(!!!)

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    1. Just cause he got caught in Guatemala doesn't mean he escaped to Guatemala

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    2. So what you are saying is that Mexican federal police killed the archbishop?
      Documentaries indicate it was the Tijuana cartel AFO.

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    3. Documentaries lie, even National Geographic...
      --Catholic News Agency: Cardinal Juan Sandoval Iniguez sheds Light on the murder of Cardinal Juan Jose Posadas Ocampo.
      --Catholic News: "Holy See Still Interested in the murder of Cardinal posadas
      --Italian Newspaper IL Giornale "Posadas Implicated Carlos and Raul Salinas de Gortari in drug trafficking" by Andrea Tornicelli
      --On YouTube there is a series of videos explaining the case more graphically, the accused, Procurador de la Republica Dr Jorge Carrillo McGregor, jefe de la Policia Federal Rodolfo Leon Aragon alias "el Chino Leon" y Jose Cordoba Montoya, jefe de la oficina del presidente salinas.
      --lasillarota.com "El Polemico Edil Oaxaqueno Investigado por el Crimen de Posadas Ocampo" by Paris Alejandro Salazar
      ... Rodolfo Leon Aragon, alcalde de Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, third most important port in the Pacific shores.

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    4. 4:45
      1;25 dedicated to Steve Duncan and Ioan Grillo please send.
      And last but not least, Thank you very much to BB for posting,
      you can be soo lovely...

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  3. So are the Guatemalans a middleman between Mexican and Colombian dealers?

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    1. I doubt it. I think it’s more of a jump off point like the Bahamas was for the Colombians.

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    2. A few of those countries are trampolines for the DTO’s. Belize is another one.

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    3. The OG Zetas used to rely on the Guatemalans becuase Appearently Lazca didnt trust the Colombians. Dont know wether it's true or not just something that ive heard for a while.

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    4. @8:15, I believe you are correct, however, the Columbians didn’t want to do business with the Zetas. They knew they were bloodthirsty.

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    5. The GAFES trained with the Kaibiles, and worked murdering Indians in Chiapas Oaxaca and Guerrero to prevent them from becoming Zapatista Guerrillas like the Viet Minh, or the. Viet Cong, in the guatemalan way, genocide and extermination.
      --EVEN Chile and Argentina become Middle Men when needed

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  4. Well these drug addicted cholos are living good

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    1. Cholo and living good do not go in the same sentence.

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  5. 7:52 all are different associates, same as with Colombian, El Salvadoran, Honduran, Bolivian, Cuban and American government rogue agents and renegades.

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  6. Those classic cars are A1 👌🏽.

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    1. Classic cars? Where? A bonch of mini coopers and a vw ghia? Lol

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    2. Do you know how rare those cars are? And they are in prestine condition.

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    3. Rare where in Afghanistan?

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    4. 4:22 that was cold blooded and not necessary... Thanks!

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  7. The main Dog is in Vermont calling the shots ...

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    1. Simon en la vermont y vernon el don de la panaderia

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  8. Cdg still got it but are smarter staying low key

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