Sunday, March 24, 2019

Son of 'El Mono' Muñoz, Zetas financial boss, displays his collection of lux watches

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma



Rolex, Tiffany, Audemars Piguet, Mont Blanc. Omega, Bulgari and Hublot

This is the collection of watches boasted by Luis Javier Muñoz, son of "El Mono" Muñoz, alleged financial brain of Los Zetas.

A report by the Spanish Police gives an account of the collection of luxury watches that Luis Javier Muñoz Ayup himself captured.

The images were on his computer and were found in a search.

Mono, good buddy of Humberto Moreira, was extradited to Texas from Spain. 










84 comments:

  1. I personally wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between those and my guess watch from the outlets that I bought for 40.00.

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    1. My wife bought me same one from china town for $20.

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    2. These cats are buying shit you can’t even pronounce

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    3. I don’t think that it was the same one.

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    4. I agree. Unless its glistening with diamonds, I'd have no idea how expensive these dumb watches are. Sucker born every minute.

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    5. Las compro en el tanguis😂🤣😋

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    6. Lololol but his is worth way more if he decides to sell it..You would have a hard time fetching 5 bucks for yours..

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    7. One of his watches is a Audemars Piguet "royal oak", another is a Rolex 3 register chronograph Daytona, one is a small military remake type watch, and one appears to be a stainless steel Seiko chronograph. Do to the picture quality I can't make out what brand the other watches are.

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  2. Overpriced materialistic items for those who throw money. That money would have been best met by donating to a charitable organization.

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    1. get for real those crooked ass charities are BS The people running them pocket 90% of the money for them its all a scam

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    2. I wish these cartel memebrs would donate to schools/scholarships. Stupid pripri.

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    3. 9:13 some. Cartels donate for childrenvs day, Christmas, mother's day, but i Don't think society needs to depend on criminals donations for schools and shit, unless they would execute La Chaky or epn and fecal, do something serious, not murder maruchaneros or their mothers and wives like cabezas de cagadas.
      --Schools all over the world already have lots of criminals trying to steal the education budget.

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    4. Would be great if they actually did donate to scholarships, schools. Then maybe cartels can be viewed as something worthy to applaud to.
      However, this notable feature would diminish government approval ratings. Which have been at an all time high disapproval rate.
      Despite their collaboration with cartels.

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  3. Murder, mayhem. People chopped up or burned alive. Torture and mayhem.

    All so some idiot can have a cool watch collection?

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    1. Daddy s money to remain in Spain, those monos encourage crime on other countries and money laundering and investment in theirs, pinches gachupines giving Mexico one more once over, not for nothing even EPN hangs there like fidel Herrera Beltran, El bertie boy mkreira, Javier la Marrana Duarte, morelos governor before el temo, all the whole bunch like Pinochet and the Argentinian junta great admirers of Francisco Franco... Hijos de sus putas madres, but those are beyond justice, aaight!

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    2. Morelos governor Graco Ramirez, PRD and a PENABOT.

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    3. 4:25 did this duarte guy took your wife? U seem to blame him for everything in every god dam topic.

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    4. 6:40 there are epn, bertie boy moreira, Graco Ramirez, Francisco Franco, pinochet and the Argentinian junta in the comment.
      --Are you la Marrana Duarte's wife? Nice to meet...

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  4. looks like he had a fetish over watches

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    1. Was good enough for Micky Donavan's parole officer. Ask Ray

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    2. 9:27 in Spain, the bounty will help support falangist sect
      "Los Legionarios Del Rey"...
      --they love to parade singing "the Groom of Death" favorite song of Pinochet and other white supremacist totalitarian regimes like the Nazis

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  5. This Idiot missed the whole point of a watch which is "our time here is running out so live wisely".

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    1. I dig that...I’m stealing it.

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    2. You are the only one who thinks thats the purpose of a watch...Good attempt at being deep....As far as our time running out on earth..That much is true

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  6. I think after a while it is a valid question to ask if crime in mexico pays since the evidence points in that direction.

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    1. Of course it does for some. Crime is a huge business.

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    2. 3:42 Crime in Mexico is a big business,
      but not for most of the Mexicans.
      Part of low intensity conflicts, it destabilize countries and their economies until the governments sell everything at fire sale prices to the creative minds that create that "low intensity conflict" in the first place...
      --Being in debt to their own money grubbing oligarchies leaves no room to wiggle, they just gotta go and conquest... China wants their juice paid, or else... The real owners of China's economy will sell the debt to somebody that can collect.

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    3. It absolutely pays, very lucrative business! Ultimately you end up paying with your life with your head on a manta but apparently its worth it.

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    4. Definitely worth it if you are legally corrupt. No severed head to think about.
      Just look at most politicians globally.
      They reaped the rewards to the fullest.

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    5. 12:37 politicians rarely collect what they are worth,
      there are always other businessmen behind them who always take the lion's share.

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  7. Amazing!!!# these make big bucks

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  8. I like my Timex Ironman for $30 USD.

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  9. Such pictures of cartel wealth (see also: Chino Antrax's IG) are all the proof you need that money can't buy taste.

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    1. U sound salty and a hater. Let this lames live like king midaz they will day sooner than later

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  10. People wearing flashy watches who never arrive on time, that's Mexico

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    1. Muy cierto

      Very true

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    2. 3:14 when you are "not all that worthy",
      nobody cares to be there on time...

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  11. LIFE OF A NARCO
    Today's agenda
    1:30 pm wake up
    2:00 pm get status on extortion of innocent business owners
    2:30 pm order more kidnappings
    3:00 pm hijack a bus and force occupants to wedge each other
    3:30 pm leave comments on borderlandbeat under the name English zeta
    4:00 pm Call AMLO to wish him happy birthday
    4:30 pm Pay off delivery of fentanyl that will cause 400 overdoses and 700 new addictions.

    Yeah, it's important to know what time it is if you're going to be in the game.

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    1. 3:18 sackler family did not bribe "AMLO", to legalize opioids,
      --AMLO does not own one share of Purdue Pharma...
      I think your watch skips time and events on its way through your intestinal content, you are suppossed to drink that mix before the COLONOSCOPY.

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    2. Love it so true. Because amlo is not going to do thing

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    3. Yippie kayae, another day of a narco lol. Only way to make money, rip off from honest working people.

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  12. Interesting to see these older rich cats that were/are heavily invested in cartel. The leadership never stops with the names we hear 40,Lazca,Guzman,Beltran,Mencho, . Always some big time white collar rich investers involved. But they keep hands as clean as possible.

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    1. Some big time. Mexican criminals have spent time in Spain, some studying in great "universities" like the Complutense and shit, all learning the fine arts of getting screwed by Spain after some money laundering, even enrique Francisco Galindo ceballos
      "la kika", also known as "El Carnicero de Tanhuato", former polesia federal director under EPN, he studied "money laundering" because he had great plans not to be caught...

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    2. 3:49 ☺️ those who know their business wait patiently until THE Money is laundered and safe in the bank, then they go and get the bank, but never beyond 10% of the laundered Money, less they get the CAMARENA TREATMENT...
      Check Banks that paid the biggest fines for drug money laundering.
      There are others that pay for plain Money Laundering, but the biggest of the biggest moved it all to China in the form of acquired and exported enterprises,. Many heavily leveraged that then went bankrupt in the US to extinguish any US ownership, helped by US Government subsidies and tax breaks...
      --Some American money managers just kept enough to get by in their beloved country, three level car garages are expensive...

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  13. And to think this whole time I thought every single Zeta from the top like Z40 to the hawks were tough wielding Ak 47/ nextel radio bad asses. I guess I was wrong, some Zetas do have some taste, too bad that piece of shit only has at least a max of 3-4 years to enjoy those watches. That’s usually the lifespan of Zetas.

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    1. 4:08 wearing all those watches at the same time is a real classy move learned while selling pirated fake brands on the street,
      "real classy" no doubt.

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  14. El Señor gave me a Patek Philippe Ref. 1518 in Stainless Steel for my service to CDS

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    1. How much work do I need to put to make a quick 250k from your padrino S6

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    2. 4;44 a Patek from 1518?
      I hope the sun dial still works but you could get your own personal Aztec calendar, tie it to your neck and jump in the Lago Titicaca.

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    3. Nice watch 006 i want one.

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    4. 7:56 if you show how much you want one like that,
      "You may get one" Said the man that gave me mine

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  15. Does anyone use a watch anymore these days?These watches were I will bet not even paid for,most likely taken from their rival victims so I guess in a sense it's a 'trophy' like serial killers collect items like that from the women they rape and torture.

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    1. Not in Spain, the hoes belong to other foreign nationals,
      in Spain Mexicans PAY the hoes.
      --Of course, the Mexican cartels "Bind Torture and Kill", (according to the Judases of our Later Days) while crossing the border, they saw it on the movies, all over...

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    2. Yes, people still wear watches. Also, every budding bon vivant gentleman should become acquainted with high end modern, vintage, and antique timepieces as a given.

      I'm the one who left the comment above identifying some of the pieces in the pics. A very well kept secret among those in the know is that some high quality brands as an investment outperform the stock market and do much better in price appreciation than even gold (gold prices have been high but flat for almost a decade). Thank you very much.

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    3. Actually, yes! I still wear a Swatch. Sometimes I’ll switch it out between that a good Timex or G-Shock. Gots to stay hippy, trippy and dippy whiles I can.
      - Sol Prendido

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    4. 2:38

      Never thought about it but that in a way makes total sense.. it's like the classic cars

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  16. All else aside, those are some nice watches. Too pricey for me of course but they are nice.

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  17. He prob cant leave his house to wear them.

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  18. Fossil is not Luxury.

    With the kind of dough these Narcos make I expected Patek Phillipe but then again, Narcos are a bunch of “Nacos.”

    I’ll put it simply. When it comes to watches, a Rolex is like a Honda Accord. Nice and middle of the Road.

    A Patek is like a Bentley. These Narcos wouldn’t know shit about class or beautiful time pieces.

    Queso

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    1. Queso--this is a quality collection, not a contest. It is to illustrate the life of a narco jr.

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    2. 😂😂😂😂😦

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    3. What about the Audemars all the rappers talk about those??

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  19. lo naco no se les quita.
    when have u seen trump, slim or gates flaunt their bilions

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    1. 6:30 Gates and Slim are real billionaires,
      they do not traffic in State Secrets either.

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    2. Nacos would use Golden toilets then show them off.

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    3. Actually Dude...When doesnt Trump flaunt his wealth..TRUMP on every building he owns!

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    4. Aunque el simio se vista de seda chango se queda.

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  20. Never got laid becuz a had a nice watch...

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    1. 6:48 "Mister Cheetos" you should have got rid of the watch,
      but most women will be happy if you take your boots and the smelly socks off.
      by then they will wish you had kept the boots on.

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  21. The upper left one is close to my taste i like pronounced digits and a clean interface without all the clutter Hublot especially adds so much superfluous shit it's like you have to beg the thing to show the fucking time.

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  22. They should cut his forearms off so he cant rock em anymore 😂😂 fucking cartel shit

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  23. yo compre mi reloj en la gualmart con mi dinero de los takses

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    1. 8:50 nobody is getting any Dinero de los takses anymore,
      Who made yours?
      I'll pay men!

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    2. Yo voy a comprar uno glou in de dark con calculadora en los callejones cuando me lleguen lps mios vali!

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  24. Money used was blood money from kidnappings, extortions.

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    1. U talking about the american government? We all know that

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    2. 7:53 blood diamonds are worth a lot more, guess who owns them?
      Not just DeBeers, heirs of John Rhodes,
      --they really enslave the diamond miners in Africa, "they black"

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    3. 7:53 come think of it,
      El Chapo has been kidnapped,
      ransom is one billion dollars,
      No peisos

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  25. Thanks to the government, this fool gets away with crime, to be able to get watches.

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    1. 6:43 my guess is: government has arrested this one guy,
      his daddy bought his bling before government got involved,
      But you need to throw your bountyful crap away.

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  26. I have no doubt those are quality counterfeit watches. Even a narco with a lot of money is too cheap to buy the real deal.

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  27. His..time.. is almost up. His father, El Mono/Ingeniero, is in US custody since the beginnings of March and faces a bevy of charges related to money laundering and narcotrafficking on behalf of Los Zs. Tick tock tick tock

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