Monday, April 29, 2019

El Chapo Update on motion for a new trial

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

On March 26, attorneys on behalf of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán, filed a motion for a new trial, refer to filing at bottom of this post.

The filing was subsequent to a juror in the trial, reached out to Keegan Hamilton of VICE , sharing with Hamilton some apparent improprieties by the jury.  The stand out being; that a number of jurors, including the juror who contacted Hamilton, were following the trial in the press.  This despite Judge Cogan’s frequent instruction against doing so.

After the filing of the motion for  a new trial, judge Cogan set today as the date the government must file its opposition to the motion. 

As of 2PM the opposition has not yet been posted on the government website for documents. 

Subsequent to the government opposition filing, the defense will  file a reply and Cogan will then rule on the motion and what follows.

52 comments:

  1. I don't want another trail, Chivis will have to travel to New York again and again, to cover the trail.

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    1. Nah, we can let Keegan Hamilton do that.

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    2. If you want to live in freedom then tough shit. Go to Saudi Arabia or Mexico they will find whoever you want guilty including yourself

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    3. 12:29 La eNe just goes to court to make sure El Chapo knows they are still friends, like Vincenzo Pentangelli.

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  2. Why do I feel like chapo just wants air our dirty laundry

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    1. 11:51 GOOD FOR-EL
      Maan, that name sounds like Superman's daddy.
      In Mexico el chapo would not have the opportunity, my guess is his lawyers paid for the cable, dirty devil matherfackers, need to get disbarred, but their daughters may get to be billionaires and famous like the daughters of OJ buddy Robert George Kardashian. Get Picshurs early.

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    2. Because you feel guilty of something

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    3. 11:51 GOOD for him, I hope it works, because:
      "... hace falta aca en Culiacan... "

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    4. 3:09 feeling guilty just cements it,
      Mophaka knows he is guilty.

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  3. Personally I hold that juror guilty of misconduct and subject to misconduct punishment. A thousand dollar fine would persuade the individual to not deviate from the judge's crystal clear instructions to the jury.

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    1. 12:09 it wasn't one juror,
      they all participated,
      maybe one sang.

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    2. Chapo need receipts when he pays kickbacks to prove his case.

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  4. Nothing more than keeping the milk flowing. Chapo will die in prison.

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  5. Arriba el Patron "El Jefe de La Sierra " El Señor Chapo Guzman .

    Very soon he will be a free man. I have a special edition bottle of Buchannon Whiskey which im saving until el Señor is back in Culiacan Sinaloa . Everytime I check the time on my camo PHillip Patek watch that El Señor gave me, I remember all the good advice he gave me while I was providing security in the Golden Triangle.

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    1. 1:43 stick to Corn Alcohol, (alcohol de los callos),
      it is less downgraded, No Molasses.

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  6. Mistrial, let the ol' booy go, and live ther rest of his life in peace.
    Viva El Chapo...
    PS, he Never as a Russian puppet.

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  7. Those jurors are a bunch of trash. Even any who didn't disobey the judge's orders are trash for not immediately reporting any knowledge of other jurors misbehaving. What did those people think the judge meant? I think Guzman will get a new trial, and after a long time and incredible additional expense, he will be found guilt and sentenced to life. The jurors who misbehaved and broke laws should be prosecuted and punished.

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    1. Totally agree. With a hefty fine!

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    2. The jurors could ask for more evidence,
      like that suppressed by the government.
      Or let the defense call on certain protected witnesses el chapo and Co used to work For, like Arizona Brass Balls band, I remember Sammy "The Bull" Grabanos went to work there after he sang to sink John Gotti unt he got arrested por chaquetero, there they also got Joe "Bananas" Bonanno's memories, but ol Joe never went to prison, because he delivered the whole shebang to the new and actual owners of mobster business in Arizona, hey! Joe Arpaio the apache Sheriff there all that time used to be a DEA agent back then before he got ahold of the plaza, and he got a pardon from the NY mafia that included Rudi Giuliani who is now a Russian puppet.
      As The World Turns should have as many twists.

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  8. Guess we can expect a new trial from this erroneous action by jurors. Facing a life sentence, options are but 1 for Chapo to minimize this outcome. His access to an invisible bank account from US government will definitely be fought in the courts for years to come. An expense the US taxpayers will not be happy with.

    One of the many benefits of drug lords I guess.

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  9. So another 1-2 million in tax payer money?

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    1. Hey, if 30 million dollars can be used to conclude a big shit cake is Nothing but a Nothing Burger, even if later determined that there is something there after all, some millions can be spent on El Chapo rather to get him released.

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    2. No fuera tu papi Mencho ...

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    3. 4:36 Mencho's Ghost has done nothing but being accused of thousands of crimes in songs and ballads, by people that expect to get away with their own crimes...

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  10. Any real lawyers out there that can comment on whether there is a chance this might go in chapo's favor? There seems to me strong evidence that these jurors didn't act appropriately. But I have no clue how much weight that actually carries when asking for a new trial
    Mn

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  11. Texas lawmakers approved marijuana decriminalization bill. A surprisingly move for a conservative state.

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    1. Not surprising at all... its basically that way already. Im born and raised here in Texas. Most conservatives agree with it believe it or not.

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    2. The mirage of more money from taxing grifa will carry you estupidos a long time, then you discover underground grifa newer went away because real mariguanos are not into paying for grifa, much less taxes for it, faaack that sheet maaan... Next thing you know they will be trying to legalize borregas, no???

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    3. I'm surprised they agree. Texas lawmakers are known for their tough stance on any drug. Like jaywalking.

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    4. 3:38 - Yes there will still be some black market, but most people would still rather go to a dispensary. I mean there are people out there making moonshine, but I wouldn’t say that business is flourishing, would you? Just like with booze, most people would rather consume something that’s been tested and regulated. Regardless if it costs more.

      I love the word “grifa”. Shits way to funny.

      Phelpso

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    5. 2:01 real mariguanos don't do "Marihuana" either, forgetabouttaxes
      Snobs that do "kush" and other tropical rainbow varieties with enhancements will buy legal and pay taxes. Good for them.

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  12. Case complete, let Chapo serve his time. No more harassing the case.

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    1. All the rules were broken...you cannot say ok were done here just because of the notoriety of the defendant. The rule of law must always prevail. There was gross negligence on part of the jury. This requires a new trial unfortunately. If this was anyone but Chapo they would walk.

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    2. El Senor will be back in Culiacan by Christmas enjoying shrimp and beef at his favorite restuarant El Farallón.

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    3. 11:00 Hahahahaha! My stomach hurts from so much laughing...hahaha!

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    4. Erroneous errors were made indeed. A costly one for American taxpayers to come.
      Despite his acknowledgment of drug trafficking for decades. Along with his ego to inform the world of his power and control of the drug world. He will be granted a new trial.
      Expect the courtroom circus drama to continue 2.0 version.

      E42

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    5. Will be interesting to see the dead eat. Actually pull out a chair and use utensils properly. A Walking Dead upgrade to follow.

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    6. 1:05 before you can make a Capital Case, you have to return El Chapo to first base, according to unilateral international treaties that do not contemplate sending American criminals to Mexico under any circus-tance, even if they are Mexicans like
      FECAL and Zedillo, they are protected.

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    7. @11:00, 😂. That’s too funny

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  13. He will die of pneumonia before the retrial begins

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    1. 12:30 what, no bed covers?
      Asi como se la va a chaquetiar,
      the lights are ON day and night
      with 20 cameras and mikes recording his every fart.

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  14. It’s pointless because he’s still facing charges in like 10 other states if he is freed from New York #justwaistingtaxpayersmoney

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    1. That's what he wants to do f..k the government and make them pay for all these trials

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    2. Chapo can make it federal to get a presidential pardon,
      States charges don't get presidential pardons,
      and Federales can't make states charges federal,
      El chapo can make federal shit mound with the proper spin and twists, maybe even parfium it to suit every taste if Bladdermir Putin doesn't get involved soon...

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    3. Yea let the guy serve his time, yea like another trail will set him free. Nope that won't happen in USA.

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  15. Should have gone out like Tony tormenta and el mas loco

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  16. Is it even possible for Chapo to get a fair trial? Unless you've been living under a rock for 20 years you've heard all the stories about him. Should we lower our standards and ethics simply because of who he is? Does he even deserve a fair trial? I'm really asking.

    L54

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    1. 4:08 just let El Chapo speak, he needs to mention who he worked for, the Letter Soup on the US knows that, perfectly.
      --When Bush "el 41“ pardoned more than 100 Iran/ Contra rogue drug trafficking agents, he turned them all into criminal guilty parties.

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  17. Let the guy serve his time, quit rattling his cage.

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  18. Pinchis chinolas pajaros nalgones, no que muy chingon?.. corridos tras corridos que es el mero mero y inteligencia y chingones y mas poderoso que todos blablabla

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