Saturday, May 18, 2019

Atlanta: La Barbie's Father-in-Law "El Charro sentenced to 34 years

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from LAT and BB Archive
In 2015 El Charro was one of 13 narcos extradited to the U.S.
including La Barbie and El Coss

ATLANTA - The right-hand man in the United States of the head of a cocaine transport and distribution network, Edgar Valdez-Villareal, also known as "La Barbie," was sentenced to federal prison for cocaine trafficking and money laundering.

In a statement released Thursday, Prosecutor Byung J. "BJay" Pak said that District Judge Leigh Martin May, sentenced Carlos Montemayor González, of Tamaulipas, Mexico, to 34 years and three months in prison followed by 10 years of supervised freedom.

Pak says that Montemayor established a successful transportation and logistics company in Laredo, Texas in 1992, which specialized in transporting goods from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, to the United States.
He partnered with Valdez Villarreal in 2002, and soon his company began transporting up to 300 kilograms of cocaine per week that was hidden in safe houses in Atlanta; Memphis, Tennessee, among other American cities.
Carlos Montemayor González or Alejandro García Treviño, known as "El Charro", is the father-in-law of "La Barbie". Montemayor González was wanted in Mexico for homicide, trafficking, smuggling and distribution of drugs against public health. He took over the drug cartel and the criminal organization of "La Barbie" after Valdez Villarreal was taken into custody.
13 extradited in 2015 La Barbie was sentenced to 49 years

Montemayor González, originally from Nuevo Laredo, used the name of García Treviño to pass himself off as a businessman and promoter of events for Charros in Huixquilucan in the state of Mexico.

Montemayor González confessed to transporting more than one ton of cocaine to the United States between 2003 and 2005 with the help of the Beltrán Leyva Cartel. During that period "La Barbie" married one of the daughters of Montemayor González. Before "La Barbie" was captured, he told Montemayor González to take charge of the organization to secure his wife's economic future and collect the drug shipments that they owed him.

Backstory: 

At the time of his capture, Valdez, 39, was with his teenaged wife, daughter of Carlos Montemayor González, 39, a.k.a., El Charro (photo at left).  Valdez' was another capture of a high profile narco, sans gunfire.

The dual citizenship holder, Mexican-American Valdez was born and raised in Laredo, Texas, who became involved with the enforcer group “Los Negros”, the group worked for the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel (BLO)  under the leadership of Arturo Beltrán Leyva.  Valdez rose to the top of Los Negros and its leadership by the time Arturo Beltrán Leyva, leader of BLO was killed in 2009.

After the death of Arturo Beltrán, Valdez fought a bloody, prolonged war for control of the cartel that resulted in over 150 deaths.  Valdez is accredited with employing methods of terror such as video-taping torture and decapitations.  He is accredited with being the first to video tape decapitations and release the footage to the public.  The videos found their way to narco blogs and other social media outlets.

After the arrest of Valdez, his group collapsed by 2011.


Information about the interworking’s of the Valdez operation was revealed last week when Juan Montemayor, 47, pled guilty to U.S. federal charges of cocaine trafficking.  Juan is the brother of Valdez’ father-in-law Carlos.  Juan served as the primary contact person for one of the more significant U.S. customers, Manuel Coronado Espindola, of Atlanta Georgia.

Juan’s plea document traces wiretaps, the operation of Valdez and his transition from a local dealer in Laredo to his move into Mexico where he became a major player in the Mexican drug war. To read the entire Borderland Beat archive post, and the plea deal of Juan use this hyperlink.


35 comments:

  1. When will el coss be sentenced?

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    1. I think El D has to be sentenced first.

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  2. I wonder how much chino ántrax will get his sentencing keeps getting delayed

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  3. I haven't kept up with How thing work in years . I know at one time federal parole was abolished . How much time will he do on 34 years ?

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    1. 85% of his sentence is mandatory. Unless federal circumstances (cooperation) are taking into consideration. Resulting with a reduced amount of time for the individual.

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    2. Most likely almost all of it- he might get some time off if he declares himself a drug addict or alcoholic- maybe 2 years off at most

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    3. 11:19 how much he gets if he is only an alcoholic?
      Of course if he is a fake billionaire drug money launderer he can't be investigated or prosecuted or anythin' but the dogs can bark all they want a day and night.

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  4. Barbie lowkey lookin like Jesse Pinkman from breaking bad

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  5. Excellent more hoodlums locked up in prison. Over in America not even easy to bribe a judge.

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    1. It actually is easy.

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    2. Locking up the Kingpins just makes things more violent.

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    3. Yea lock up those mfkers.

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  6. 34 years prison sentence FOR NOT TALKING, but getting a nauseabund stinking asshole like la Barbie for a temporary son in law sucks big time, ora la pinche vieja sabe como andara jinetiando por ahi.
    Y su mama tambien

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  7. Read this on news outlets when sentence was handed down.
    Goes to show despite ones well economic living situation (Valdez). The choices to engage in criminal activity are not immune from anyone.

    Easy money opportunities are often compromised by greed.

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    1. You asked and answered. Drug Lords are never satisfied, so well economic status is not the gauge. It's all about Power.

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  8. He is 47 years of age and might be release by the time he is 70. Enjoy the Aryan brotherhood and gorilla family in ATL.. Vivir como rey y morir como guey...Family if they are non US citizen will not be able to get a visa to see you. Arrellanos play it out smart at the end ensuring their family safe living in San Diego thanks to ICE and DEA..

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    1. The Beltran’s also have family in the US.

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    2. He will be fine. Probably more "white" than most Aryan brotherhood mutts (isn't the leader jewish lol)

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    3. PAISAS ARE WAY MORE DEEPER IN THE FEDERAL PRISON THAN AB O EME

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    4. You really need to stop watching fake person movies all that Bgf and AB is real but Mexican or latinos take care of ther people and in the Feds diffrent program not that bad if you have money you can make your stay better dont get me wrong not like in México jail were you can do what you want with money but any way with alot of drug laws in the united states changing Feds time is hard to calculate something like 65% i think cause it was 80% but i might be wrong what ever it is still a Long time

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    5. Southerners and whites rock together in prison. He will be just fine.

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  9. Why would anyone agree to a 34, 49 years in a federal prison? That's a life time. It seems like they would be better off going to trial. Unless the US gov't cut them a deal saying they wouldn't come after their family and/or all that blood money. You give up your life so your family can live the life of millionaires? I would like to know if La Barbies had it all to do over again, would he have done the same? His life is over, if he doesn't believe it he can just ask his bunkmate, Carlos "Joe" Lehder.

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    1. it is a matter of accommodations upgrade. they won't be spending time alone in solitary like chapo. they will have privileges etc

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    2. 11:13 pero Enedina, El Chapo didn't even do anythin'!
      Quen te quiere Chivis?

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  10. Lol what did they do to that Arms dealer Jean Baptiste? Looks all broke and full of PTSD.

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  11. La Barbie was doing it big for that short stretch. Memphis made him a lot of money. He was offing the whole chicken for 18!! It was unheard of at that time. I don’t think it will ever be like that again. You can’t find it cheaper than 27 right now, unless you risk the border crossing and that ain’t no joke these days. At this point, with technology and millions of rats, the game just isn’t worth it. No one knows how to work anymore and the ones that do work, want to put their little gains all over social media. 9-5 beats 23/1 any day of the week.

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    1. I remember it at 16.5
      And distribution for 20 -21.
      If u u lucky.

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    2. The aigroplano that fell in cuaguila recently, like, somehow, insinuates, there are ways to jump over the tallest walls, and I ainvt sayin' nothing of the Shores from coast to coast and the Canadian borders... I would not volunteer unless I find some drug money bills laying on the street, but some pinchis jokers nail the pennies to the concrete, you can't trust anybody these days, you risk getting nailed on the ass when you bend to pick the coins.

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  12. so this guy from mexico gets arrested in mexico, the us brought him here and sentenced him, well when hes out hes honna be monitored, so does thatb mean hes not getting deported

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    1. He had dual citizenship I believe. But u.s born

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    2. La Barbie grampa would be proud of his baby,
      El Gitano Valdez used to work for Mexican Minister of Defense General Lazaro Cardenas Del Rio after he forgave him for killing the governor of Sinaloa for another general that wanted to become Governor right away and commissioned the job.
      Lazaro Carde as was a real general, presidente, statesman, who nationalized Mexican oil and formed PEMEX AND the greatest steel works in the world, SIDERURGICA Las Truchas, then named SIDERURGICA Lazaro Cardenas and now Arcelor-Mittal sold for peanuts by stupid Mexican crooks that bankrupted it for a few pinches dolares, El Gitano chose to go away to Tejas.

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  13. @Chivis thanks for posting. I checked out the embedded BB link, it's funny to read the comments (2013). The comments give Edgar a lot of credit for playing a smart game. Not so much...
    Mica

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    1. I was going to repost yours but got into it and decided to give some archive backstory! thanks for finding it

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