Sunday, July 28, 2019

VIDEO: "The Narco Riviera" ,Q Roo: CDS Leader plus 5 Members Detained After Canadian TV News Broadcast

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Aristegui Thanks to an amigo for the W5News Video !



48 Minute Canadian News Documentary at bottom, most incidents mentioned we have covered here at BB, but the Interview is well worth watching.

WHAT were they thinking ?

With Canadian tourists in the Mayan Riviera increasingly caught in the crossfire in a raging drug war, investigative reporter Avery Haines gets rare access to a Mexican drug boss, for a far-reaching and disturbing interview.

Arrested are alleged members of the Sinaloa cartel who appeared in documentary:


The arrest took place after the appearance of an alleged drug trafficker (Jefe del Plaza) in a documentary by a Canadian news program, in which he declared that he sent 300 kilos of cocaine monthly to the US for the Sinaloa Cartel.

The Ministry of Public Security (SSP) of Quintana Roo reported the arrest of Amid "N", alleged leader of the Sinaloa Cartel in Playa del Carmen , as well as five accomplices, who participated in a drug trafficking documentary for a Canadian television station.

In his Twitter account, the head of the SSP, Alberto Capella , said that “military forces that are part of the Quintana Roo Coordination, together with the State Police, carried out the arrest of six probable members of organized crime, which they are presumed to have participated in the documentary made by a Canadian television station . ”

The detainees were identified as Sergio Iván AL, alias “El Gordo”, 27 years old, originally from Sinaloa; Iván AM, 42, of Chihuahua; Antonio Israel LC, aka "El Chaparro", 45, of Mexico City, and Héctor SC, 37, of Michoacán, and Modesto "N", 38. 

Meanwhile, in a statement, the agency announced the arrest of Amid, who was the protagonist of the Canadian news program CTV News , in which he appears with the alias of "Manuel", and who the television covered his face, where he explained how drug trafficking and organized crime operate in this part of the state.

According to the documentary, Amid was in charge of sending 300 kilos of cocaine monthly to the United States , which generated profits of about 15 million pesos to the Sinaloa Cartel.

The SSP revealed that Amid and five of his accomplices were captured in a joint operation between their elements and the Army at two points in the city when they were carrying weapons.

The apprehension of the alleged criminal leader was held on June 29, in the Lol Ka Tuun subdivision in Playa Del Carmen , after which he was made available to the Attorney General's Office (FGR). Amid also has an arrest warrant for homicide in his native Chihuahua.

At the time of his capture, he had in his possession a 9 mm squad firearm, loaded with 13 useful cartridges and he was traveling in a Ford truck, Lobo type, red, with plates of the state of Quintana Roo.

Before Amid's arrest, five people linked to this crime group had been captured in front of the Encanto Riviera hotel , finding them firearms, useful cartridges, projectiles, and various drugs, which were made available to the MPF of the FGR of Cancun.
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18 comments:

  1. Gente Nueva Special Forces will be arriving shortly to Playa Del Carmen to keep the contras away until el Señor Ivan puts some one in charge of the plaza. Animo Sicarios

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  2. Another stupid stunt like El Chapo.

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    1. Aint no stupid stunt! Their boss made them do it to put pressure on the government: we are going to let everybody know you are corrupt fuckers collecting piso/bribes.

      Also: Chapo knew he was toast and tried to create a friendly image of himself. It was VERY smart to try.

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  3. I know they ass wish now that they wouldn't have participated in that documentary, smh they obviously ain't to bright

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  4. Did anybody hear about "operation kings gold"in Chicago,they were busted money laundering 100 mil.

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  5. They always they say, the higher ups make them do the interviews. If you watch the Netflix show Dope, a dude from CDS says he doesn’t want to do the interview, but the higher ups made him. You would think they would of learned from the Chapo interview.

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  6. So his flamboyant mouth along with others got him apprehended. Gotta love the irony of this story.

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  7. Hw was very low grupo in CDS and as he speaks it shows truth that those who seek atte room and tell media will go away. He is man very easy to find simple from gob speaking with CFD because he speak a inglish and have time with USA militar in Afghanistan. No many peoples sicarios work for CDS anywhere and especially Q Roo meet this description.

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    1. 7:02 vas de mal en pior carretero.
      But hey, nice to see!

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  8. They were arrested for not going through proper govt channels and making Mexico look bad on camera.

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    1. Their boss sacrifized a few foot soldiers to put pressure on the state governor to go easy on the rest of his crew.

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  9. But if it's the baby killer cartel, they are out fast, after the bribe. Look like police want sinaloa cartel to get weaker.

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    1. The CDS keeps getting More Weaker and more tweeker

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  10. Another great report...after watching that documentary I was happy to see that “Manuel” was arrested. I’m calling BS on his prior US military experience...

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  11. That Jesus Alberto Capella Ibarra had no problem identifying the whole cell, must have been dealing with them for a while, they call him "El Rambo de Tijuana" for his megahitz in Tijuana fighting 250 machine gun armed narco-sicarios with one rifle he was not trained to use, he came to be QUINTANA ROO State public security secretary after carrying on with murdering and torturing and kidnappings for ransom in Morelos State where governor Cuauhtemoc Blanco has been denouncing his pinchis nalgas apestosas, he ran and got the QR appointment right away, and crime immediately spiked in the Cancun takeover...sinaloa would not be operating there without his kowing.

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  12. Sad story about the Canadian bouncer. I wonder ifblack wimenz get mad at black dudes marrying white wimenz. Chris Rock says black wimenz are high maintenance because the weaves.

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  13. The Canadian bouncer worked for a crime syndicate laundering money for the Cartels.

    Didn't know Sinaloa had presence in Playa. As far as I know it is being disputed by CDG/Zetas/CJNG

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  14. The cartel wars been raviging Mexican with 500,000 death since calderon declared war on them. No end in sight. The best thing to do is to have all cartel sign a pact to end the killings. Or to have one cartel to rule them all with government support, pick the one the is lessee evil. If mayo controls them all, Mexico will have peace. Only government can do this.

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