Friday, April 26, 2019

Omar Treviño's aka Z-42 seized helicopter goes on sale, used to avoid detection by authorities

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from ReporteIndigo



The helicopter of Omar Treviño Z-42, was placed on sale by the Mexican Government. Treviño  used the aircraft for his trips in within the republic to avoid being detected by the authorities

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador inaugurated yesterday the Aerospace Mexico Fair (Famex) 2019, an international meeting that will be used to conduct the second auction of federal government air vehicles.

Among the 72 planes and helicopters that the Federation will make available to individuals in the coming days, one of them was seized from Omar Treviño Morales, leader and founder of the Zetas cartel, in 2015. The aircraft has a value of 2.6 million USD.

It is an Agusta model A109S Grand helicopter, with serial number 22055 and year of manufacture 2007, currently in possession of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic (PGR), as confirmed by Reporte Indigo sources.

On March 9, 2015, five days after the capture of the then leader of the criminal group in the state of Nuevo León, the federal authorities secured the helicopters in the hangars "Casa Verde" and the Aeropuerto del Norte, this in the municipalities of San Pedro Garza García and Apodaca, respectively.

The other aircraft - model A109S Grand - was returned to the PGR two years after the seizure, on March 30, 2017. This second helicopter, which Z-42 was the owner, was returned to the Attorney General's office through the DEV return certificate. / PGR / DRNE / DRNE / 0005/17/03 and will now be the object of a bid during the 2019 Famex.

In case the federal government manages to sell this aircraft, it could use the resources for social development, as it has announced, and set a positive precedent by using the confiscated assets of the criminal groups in favor of the citizenship, an action that remained pending in the past administrations.

Meanwhile, the model A109E Power, continues in the status of "depository" under the SAE, but will not participate in this week's auction of the federal government.

According to the aircraft sales page Controller.com an Agusta helicopter model A109S Grand of 2007, has an average cost of 2.6 million dollars. Meanwhile, the model A109E Power manufactured in 1999, sold from 1.2 million dollars in the international market.

Also, other pages such as Avbuyer.com and Aircraft24., they indicate that the most recent models of the same brand - which manufactured aircraft from 1996 to 2015 - can cost up to 3.2 million dollars.

STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT

The helicopters of Omar Treviño Morales were used for the trips of the drug trafficker in the interior of the Republic, without it being detected by the authorities of the administration,  then  President Enrique Peña Nieto.

However, on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, Z-42 was stopped in a joint operation of the Army and the Federal Police, in a residence of the Fuentes del Valle neighborhood of San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León.

At that time, the leader of the Zetas was one of the most wanted men in Mexico and the world, with a reward from the Mexican authorities equivalent to 30 million pesos for data that would allow their location and capture. Similarly, the US government, through the DEA, offered a reward of five million dollars for information of Z-42.

Z-42 was stopped in Nuevo Leon in 2015 by elements of the Army and the Federal Police, the FGR is the one who owns it nowadays

Since the death of the founder, Heriberto Lazcano "El Lazca" in October 2012, the Treviño Morales brothers took control of the criminal group, with Miguel Ángel, alias Z-40, who maintained the leadership of the Zetas until his arrest. in 2013. After this, his brother Omar assumed the power of the cartel, whose focus of operations was concentrated in the states of Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Veracruz.

The Zetas are indicated as the main responsible for the massacre of 72 migrants in the state of Tamaulipas in 2010 and the attack perpetrated a year later at the Casino Royale in the city of Monterrey, where 56 people were killed in a fire caused by members of the criminal group.

In addition, this criminal organization maintains active operations in Veracruz, a state where the confrontations against the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación (CJNG) have generated a climate of violence that is difficult to control.

IN SEARCH OF AUSTERITY


During his morning conference on Wednesday, President López Obrador was accompanied by the Secretary of National Defense, Luis Cresentcio Sandoval and by the general director of the National Bank of Works and Services (Banobras), Jorge Mendoza Sánchez.

Federal officials explained that the auction to be held this week at the Santa Lucia air base had a full protocol of organization in order to comply with the decree of Republican austerity promoted by the Executive.

It was reported that in a joint work with several government agencies, the 263 ships that make up the current fleet of the federal government were analyzed, with only 72 -33 aircraft and 39 helicopters- that could be put on sale during the 2019 Famex.

To determine the viability of the auctions, three criteria’s were used: that the aircraft were being used for the transfer of public officials, that they did not fulfill the functions of the programs or actions of the unit to which they belong and that they were not "vocation for the benefit "of the citizenship, this last category being the one that fits the helicopter of Z-42.

"We will be working on this process of alienation with the accompaniment of the United Nations (UN), and it is worth mentioning that last April 23 we signed the second agreement with this international organization, this to start the process of selling the ships ", Explained Mendoza Sánchez, who added that the market studies will be carried out with the respective appraisals, in order to achieve the identification of an adequate sales mechanism that will auction successfully in the coming days.

In the afternoon, during the opening ceremony of the 2019 Famex at the base of Santa Lucia, President Lopez Obrador explained that the decision to put on sale government aircraft and helicopters is in consideration of the principle of republican austerity, adding that in his administration "Luxuries and extravagances will not be allowed.


Similarly, detailed that from now on, public officials of the current government will have to transport in commercial aircraft, being the fleet of the Federation "exclusive" for the attention of citizens.

48 comments:

  1. That's some straight Gangster shit there. The power this family and money was UNBELIEVABLE

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    1. They still have money and power if not they wouldnt be on the news

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    2. 5:33 getting Arturo Guzman Decena set up and murdered helped a lot until they could get rid of El Lazca, then these greedy motherfackers got it all for themselves, for a while.
      But the good money was because of their relations in Tejas, what with brothers in Tejas prisons and their friends outside.
      In Mexico nobody makes much money from beheading women of cooking men in diesel or eating babies, it is all who you know on the US.

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    3. 8:19 z40-42 had nothing to do with Z1 death. He was killed in MATAMOROS not Laredo.

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    4. 555 I did not say where he got killed, I say (it is very strange) lt Arturo Guzman Decena got killed and he was caught all by himself, "supposably"... No leader of a cartel would hang all by himself in those circumstances, also accusing him of having been drunk and high on cocaine is dubious, his Zetas did not know where he was, but the army did? Too much adds to treason by greedy trevinas, who certainly hid Lazca until his last day while they did rancho and horse show. Lazca had shoes to run away, z42 a two million dollar helicopter and z chorrienta had two million dollars in a shoe box to pay his captors... Unfackinbelievable. The military backers of Los zetas must be angry with their pendejismo

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  2. And here I'm buying replica models of planes and helicopters.

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    1. 5:36 I hope they fly, there are drones too.
      100 could get you to the US over any tall wall.
      Use PVC pipe and get high with the glue.
      Make monas de guayaba.

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  3. Reports of a mayor of Veracruz was gunned down along with her husband and a companion.

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  4. Under who’s name was this aircraft registered?

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    1. 5:44 El Bronco Rodriguez, my guess

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    2. Ay, no sean payasas!

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  5. So who’s gonna buy it. Another cartel family. No one thats not connected to the cartel can afford to buy that chopper. Theres no legitimate businesses left. Cjng have killed and extorted the legit citizens

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    1. Don’t be this naive my friend. There are a lot of legit business in Mexico that make good money. Funeral Homes are just one example.

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    2. thell be checking rhe background of potential buyers.

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    3. Lol so all rich people in mexico and businessmen are narcos. Love all this ignorance.

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    4. @5:56p.m! Maybe theyre not all narcos but they have to pay said narcos and good chunk of money for the businesses to exist! You dont think those cockroach narcos are gonna let you run a legit business making great money and not extort you do you? Thats just a plain sad fact in mexico!

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    5. There are thousands of private security agencies in Mexico, they make most of their money from people that can't afford to hire them, because they then pay for protection or pay a ransom for gandallas...nothing like forcing sumbody to pay a ransom. They have studied anti-kidnapping and hostage rescue to be ready to defend themselves and carry on with their own criminality. Bermudez Zurita, Edgar Veytia, El Rambo de Tijuana, Marisela Morales and La "senora de Wallace" headed by genarco garcia luna are some fine examples. Honorific mention to the greatest of them all to Luis Cardenas Palomino, see his Expediente Secreto, with picshurs.

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  6. Damn it Borderlandbeat...Fat boy is gonna start crying again when he finds out that he got gank for his chopper...give me that sucker....por pendejo...

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    1. Eso se saca por andar ahi de caliente,
      One thing is for sure, the zetas did not earn that money from selling crack to their maruchaneros and they did not topple the competitors with letters of business proposals or hugs and kisses.

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    2. What would be the background of Zeta names? Some say their radio call, but the Zapata Oil Corporation just loved to put their name on their brands for too many years. Mememba' Yarrington used to go see his compadre Tejas governor driving his own presidential sized plane to have cockouts and ride bareback all over the rancho.
      No US BP customs on board ever to check the dignitary plane.

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  7. Mencho would have shot it down

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  8. ?Apoco en México si hay gente que sabe volar helicópteros?

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    1. como no. con los pedales controlasel rudder yaw.. con la palanca ailerones y elevator y la otra para el pitch para suba.

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    2. 3:18 the Mexican Air Force (now part and property of the army) has many competent pilots, some trained on the US on the latest airplanes, helicopter training available for a payrise of 2 pesos diarios, but you get to make a good living as a private pilot, sometimes flying for scum like the zetas, but the Donal' uses some too, like Joseph Weichselbaum, drug trafficking convictions do not matter none.

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    3. En el rancho un compa tenía un helicóptero no tan chingon como el de Zeta .ya nomas falta que los carteles les dan trabajo a los pilotos de el ejército MX que los dejaron sin trabjo el gobierno

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    4. 8:48 they can maklke their own PVC helos, they pretty fast, or just make them hit and run deliveries of Mexican pizza, tacos, Pollo Rico, when the wall comes up, they have been training for years alreddy.

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  9. If the government can't use these, who has the money to buy them? Drug cartels! Straw purchases! The same way Omar was able to buy one.
    Mn

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  10. The trevinos were bad asses man true gangster shit I read that 40 had killed 2000 people with his own hands is there any truth in that?

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    1. Don’t believe everything you hear or read.

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    2. They aren’t gangsters, they are filthy scum!

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    3. 3:45 zeta chorrienta ate his victims,
      So, there is no proof of this hearsay, he ain't got extradited by the US yet, do not even think of asking WHY.

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  11. If the trevinos were still out they would be battling Mencho on all fronts they never backed down or lost a turf war to anyone

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    1. Thats true. They would not let mencho get this powerful.

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    2. 3:48 nobody wanted to become car washers addicted to meth working for maruchan, but then people wanted the zetas out and they got put out. It needed a garden hose pa echales agua las cabronas.
      Also, not paying their partners like LOS TALIBANES, devalued and diminished the zetas on top, they became jail bitches.

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  12. Sicario 006 is bidding on it right now

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    1. He wants the one that has mini guns, that fire 50 cal. rounds.

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    2. @8:50
      I agree.. lol

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    3. And freakin lasers

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    4. Con una pistolota que tenga pa sentarse a gusto. -Sol Prendido.

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  13. Oh great! The gvt will probably sell it to another cartel member!

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  14. Nice looking sleek machine!

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  15. nunca se me va a borrar aquella cara de este joto cuando fue aprendido tan bravo y hombrecito que se la tiran y salio mas lloron que la verga.

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  16. Si tubiera la feria si me lo compro escuchando corridos volando puro pa delante fuerza regida y legado 7

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  17. id buy it if i could, that's a pc of history right there

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    1. Ni suenen perras,
      esos helicoteros no se hicieron pa las gatas.
      Menos pa maruchaneras.

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