Friday, August 23, 2019

"Comandante Bombón", Head of Los Zetas Sicarias Sentenced to 17 Years

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Sin Embargo
La “Comandante Bombón, head of the Los Zetas Sicarias in NL, sentenced to 17 years in prison

María del Pilar Narro López, better known as the “Comandante Bombón”; Former member of the organized crime group “Los Zetas”, she was an important member of the cartel when she was still collaborating with the Gulf Cartel, under the command of Osiel Cárdenas Guillén.

María del Pilar was as cruel as any Zeta, she had the reputation of being everything but sweet, as her nickname might assume. She and other women members of "Las Panteras" were feared by anyone, and everyone , including members of the cartel itself. 
The capture of Maria del Pilar Narro López was made thanks to an anonymous call. On February 9, 2009, a citizen who identified himself as "Chuy" called the 34th military zone. He denounced that "El Gori 4" and "La Comandante" were in a house located on Paseo del Coral Street, without a number, in the Residencial Campestre subdivision.

"Comandante Bombón" and the other two detainees were persecuted by the authorities after killing General Mauro Enrique Tello Quiñones , a soldier who participated in the war on drug trafficking and who had been appointed public security advisor in Cancun shortly before being kidnapped and killed by Los Zetas.

She was arrested in 2009 for the crimes of organized crime (against health); development collaboration to enable the execution of the crime against health; as well as stockpiling of weapons and possession of cartridges exclusively for use by the armed forces.
Together with her they captured the chief of the Octavio Almanza Morales square, alias “El Gori 4”, a former soldier who was in the army from 1997 to 2004, and Francisco Gerardo Velasco Delgado, alias “El Vikingo”, who had been head of Security Cancun public.

At the time of her capture, “La Comandante Bombón” was the head of the women's section of Los Zetas in Nuevo León. The group, known as "Las Panteras", was responsible for corrupting the authorities, although they were so bloodthirsty that they also participated in the cartel killings, were heads of Plazas and even escorts of some of the main capos of the Gulf Cartel.
“These women were trained to kill. They did that when the person they contacted did not lend themselves to collaborate with the organization, ” said a protected witness from the Attorney General's Office in 2009 identified by the nickname “El Pitufo ”, who also belonged to Los Zetas.

“Comandante Bombón” and the other two detainees were persecuted by the authorities after killing General Mauro Enrique Tello Quiñones, a soldier who participated in the war on drug trafficking and who had been appointed public security advisor in Cancun shortly before being kidnapped and killed by the Zetas.

In 2010 , the second District Judge in Criminal Matters in the state of Tamaulipas issued a formal prison order against María del Pilar Narro López, for her probable responsibility in the commission of crimes of organized crime and against health in the modality of collaboration to the promotion to enable the execution of crimes of that nature, qualified homicide and illegal deprivation of liberty.

At that time, the PGR issued a statement stating that the defendant allegedly collaborated with the criminal activities of Los Zetas. 

This August 15, 2019 , the Attorney General's Office (FGR) obtained a conviction against her.

Thanks to the evidence obtained and presented by the Federal Public Ministry allowed the Second District Judge of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the state of Nayarit to sentence her with a sentence of 17 years in prison and a fine of 375 days.

The Attorney General's Office (FGR) obtained a sentence of 17 years in prison against María del Pilar Narro López , aka the "Comandante Bombón" , identified as a of the main operators of “Los Zetas” and head of a group of sicarias ( female assassins) in the service of the cartel known as “Las Panteras”.

The Office of the Prosecutor explained in a statement that the “Comandante Bombón” was found guilty of the crimes of organized crime (against health); collaboration to promote the execution of the crime against health, weapons collection and possession of cartridges for the exclusive use of the armed forces.

37 comments:

  1. That's it?! She needs more time, release her ugly ass when shes 65-70.

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    1. Lol in mx ..you get 5 years for murder and 10 for shoplifting

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    2. 5:46 this conviction stinks.
      El Vikingo, who was the secretary of public security retired general Tello was coming in to replace was released after a short stay in prison, he returned to Quintana Roo where ha has a private security agency that moonlights on criminal affairs 24/7.
      El Vikingo is a retired general of the Mexican army, born in Coahuila, had "served" wherever crime has been a big thing like Veracruz, with Zetas and other Coahuila born criminals, some of whom he brought with him to Quintana Roo.
      --The body of general Tello had all the bones broken while he was alive, a torture he probably deserved too, after all he had also been involved in the disappearances of young men he had arrested when he was a General and military police in Mexico city...
      --This was retired Mexican Military bitching for Business like much of Mexican crime and cartels.
      Further read,
      --Liberan al Vikingo...kafter ten years in prison)
      --Le Quebraron Todos los Huesos, Luego lo Mataron.
      --Quien es El Vikingo? SSP CANCUN.
      It is not very credible that these cheap ass sicarios just got fabricated to clear the torture and murder of general Tello, who was no Saint either.

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  2. Esta si es el bombón asesino no ninel conde

    -Michoacáno

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  3. 17 years. That's a reflection of the low value of life given to victims in Mexico. May she be pierced with a prison shank in the walls

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    1. Shows you how much the system in Mexico is so corrupt. No life sentences no high amount of years. It's so easy to kill in Mexico

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    2. Well well winers! Many capos struck very sweet deals in the US. Look at Mayo's son. It does n't matter: the US or Mex organized crime pays if you dont get killed. That's why it is such a magnet for the poor.

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    3. Yes, we read a lot of comments that include ideas that the US system of justice is fair and just. Unfortunately the reality can be observed through the over all corrupt public defender system, which are just lower-level attorneys who know to hack the system for professional gain: they get innocent people (guilty until proven innocent) convicted of misdemeanors by using unfair plea arrangements, and the attorneys then get professional gain from their peers; we have witnessed that many times. The felons who deserve punishment are often given sweet deals through the same system. Why?

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    4. Well said 6:28

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  4. Bb go to valor por tamaulipas and check the cartel nueva plaza video to the jalisco cartel. Ppl here will like it.

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    1. Does anyone know what happens to the Valor por.... or Esperanza por.... pages? Many go up, then one day are hijacked and just contain spam. Why? Dr. K

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    2. 8:23 sounds like Enrique Alfaro is working real hard on stabbing his "brothers of the struggle" CJNG for about 20 Years,
      I MEAN HE WAS THERE AS IT GOT STARTED AND CHOSE THEIR NAME.
      Nueva Plaza can only mean Nuevo Governador.

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  5. What sort of justice is this. How many murders this psycho has committed. Just another day in mexican judicial system. Complete debauchary of crime and punishment

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    1. 8:43 with a proper water boarding,
      she will confess to any number of crimes you suggest,
      Send your forms and suggestions early.

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  6. Wow she's a Commander!

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  7. Que duras son Las leyes en mexico

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  8. Wait, did I read that right? She was in jail for seven years before sentencing?

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    1. Yes and..and she is probably getting released in a couple of years max

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    2. 10:28 former General amd SSP Quintana Roo of Cancun el Vikingo, killer of general Tello Quinones, got released after only 10 years in prison, he had good buddies outside.

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  9. She should of deport to U.S. and sentenced to death.

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  10. she will be murdered inside

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  11. So after sitting in prison for ten years, she's finally sentenced? Or am I missing something? Wow,Mexican justice system is slow!
    Mn

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    1. @4:16 MANY MANY MANY poor fucks spend years in prison in Mex and are then acquitted or simply released. Since they cannot afford a real lawyer they cannot afford someone working for their rights.

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    2. 8:17 too many of them should have kept it in their pants and not pissed on the sidewalks, and they got lucky, because on the US they may get executed On the spot even if they leave it all hang while they raise their hands.

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    3. 12:13 I lost brain cells just reading that. I wish I lived in ignorant bliss as well

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  12. Maten a esa maldita perra asesina

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  13. Only 17 years for killing a General. What does this sentence tell the Mexican military and policia that are not corrupted? Mexico must stand up to this violence with the death penalty. Put the chorizo down ALMO and take control of the situation.

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    1. How can one discipline if these actions are encouraged.
      BB should report of how Mexico transitioned itself from a peaceful perspective to the monster it has become.
      From all those governments who took part in the destabilizion of their country. And other countries.

      This war is a joke. Waste of time and volunteer resources on a cause where truth is being hidden.
      Drugs will be a part of life. How one educates their kids will make a dent in consumption.

      E42





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    2. True... but sometimes your kids just dont listen. Lost a brother to drugs. Good kid just couldn't shake the monster.

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    3. Lost many friends due to drugs. Moreover, seen how children and families torn apart because of the need for drugs.
      Good comments.

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    4. Because they own Mexico

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    5. Saluddos E42, good to see your comments. I agree, until the Mexican Gov decides it's people are more important than drug proceeds, the only part of the game that will change is the faces. I'd say names, but they just rehash old names. This war has been an unequivocal failure. End the corruption, and the cartels will fall.

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  14. Man it's time to start killing all these lame ass as motherfuckers.mexico newd to do something about it.

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  15. I am so proud. Of u cartel guys taking over 🇲🇽. The new pancho villa . viva Mexico take it over

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