Thursday, October 3, 2019

U.S. hits "El Viceroy" Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, with murder charges in prep of indictment

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat 

A superseding indictment was filed in federal court against Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, former leader of the Juarez Cartel and brother of Amado Carrillo Fuentes "El Señor de Los Cielos". It is expected that the U.S. has filed the charges in preparation for its extradition request. 


Press Release Below and Indictment follows

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Vicente Carillo Fuentes Allegedly Ordered the Murders of Rival Drug Cartel Members

A superseding indictment was filed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging Vicente Carrillo Fuentes with running a continuing criminal enterprise, as well as firearms offenses, money laundering and other drug-related crimes through his leadership of the Juarez Cartel, a violent drug trafficking organization.  Carrillo Fuentes was arrested by Mexican authorities in October 2014 and is presently incarcerated in Mexico.

Richard P. Donoghue, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York,  announced the charges.
“As alleged, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes was responsible for importing thousands of kilograms of poisonous cocaine into the United States, conspiring to murder his organization’s rivals and reaping tens of millions of dollars in drug trafficking profits,” stated United States Attorney Donoghue.  “This indictment and our determination to bring him to justice demonstrates, once again, that if you are ruthless enough and dumb enough to run a Mexican drug cartel, we have an American jail cell waiting for you.”
 “Like dominoes, another alleged leader of a Mexican drug cartel has fallen for his role in leading a continuing criminal enterprise that fueled drug addiction and drug-related deaths,” stated DEA Special Agent-in-Charge Donovan.  “The American judicial system’s reach goes beyond borders to bring international drug traffickers to justice.  I applaud the Government of Mexico, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York and our law enforcement partners for their mutual partnership in drug trafficking investigations.”
“Carillo Fuentes, the leader of the Juarez Drug Cartel, allegedly funneled vast amounts of addictive drugs into the United States for more than 20 years, and threatened to kill anyone who challenged his position or organization,” stated HSI Special Agent-in-Charge Fitzhugh.  “HSI’s patience and resolve in investigating drug cartels has led to the arrests of narco-traffickers at the highest levels and the systematic dismantlement of their infrastructure, brick by brick.”
“This investigation is yet another example of law enforcement partners working collaboratively to get dangerous individuals and deadly drugs off our streets. I want to thank our federal, state and local partners for their ongoing hard work and collaboration on this case, which has resulted in disruption of a major drug trafficking operation and removal of a dangerous criminal who profited at the expense of our communities,” stated NYSP Superintendent Corlett.
According to the superseding indictment, between January 1990 and October 2014, Carrillo Fuentes was responsible for the importation into the United States, and distribution of, hundreds of tons of cocaine.  To ensure the success of his cartel, he employed individuals to obtain transportation routes and warehouses to import and store narcotics, and “sicarios,” or hit men, to carry out kidnappings and murders in Mexico to retaliate against rivals who threatened the cartel.  Until 2004, Carrillo Fuentes and the Juarez Cartel were closely aligned with the Sinaloa Cartel, led by Joaquin Guzman Loera, also known as, “El Chapo,” and Ismael Zambada Garcia, also known as, “El Mayo.”  Those cartels shared investments in drug shipments, transportation infrastructure and contacts with corrupt government officials to facilitate the transfer of drugs through Mexico.  The millions of dollars generated from the drug sales were then transported back to Mexico.   

37 comments:

  1. Thought Amlo was going to keep all criminals says the US doesn't treat fairly

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    1. Ammo is a joke, he had me fooled from the start too. 😆

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  2. When this guy got caught he claimed to never have killed or order anyone killed lmao Juarez Cartel needs a strong leader not a jester that inherits power like los chapitos

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    1. Stop hating on los chapitos you bum

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    2. Amado Carrillo Fuentes, El Senor de los Cielos, had his DFS documents in order, legitimized by the agency when he was released by El Paso immigration agents on CIA orders, his boss after the FBI and Mexican Policia Judicial Federal killed Pablo Acosta in Ojinaga was DFS agent Rafael Aguilar Guajardo who got kicked dout of the way for Amado to become Senor de los Cielos, running the CIA Air America planes trafficking the cocaine into the US until his death, El viceroy was just tagging along with his brother, why deny now the CIA ASSOCIATION AND PATRONAGE? just because the new rulers do not know what we are talking about? Or because the Sinaloa-Sonora-Arizona Axis of Evil Mafia is in power now?

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  3. Great job another one to soon join the American prison.

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    1. Exactly where they recruit American drug dealers .....you think these capos are just going to do time.... LMFAO you people are gullible as hell. ...they recruit from our prisons, for every one they get 100 recruits.......

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    2. Exactly where they recruit American drug dealers .....you think these capos are just going to do time.... LMFAO you people are gullible as hell. ...they recruit from our prisons, for every one they get 100 recruits.......

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    3. They don’t need 100 recruits. This guys is snitchaloan so he will more than likely pc up and not talk to anyone. There will be no recruiting here

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  4. Wow ! I'm freakin heart broken, what am I sapossed to do ? Mope around in my sorrows and eat tosti lokos? Am I just sapossed to hold on to my chones and man up? Am I just sapossed to carrie this corazon roto and end up with a cold tecate in my hand and a tequila bottle at my bed side? Am I sapossed to just read the facts on this and feel sorry for this vato? No bro ! No no no bro!

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  5. IMO:The USA is increasingly making "lobstertrap" incursions into the corrupt Mexican criminal justice system. The implications are both good and bad for both Mexico and the USA. BIG Money and many other kinds of mixed-in factors (political, cultural, immigration,etc.) are also involved here. The combination of big money and these factors "is" bound to corrupt the USA. Already, the USA's penal systems are rife with bi-lingual bi-cultural "American" Latino gangsters mixed in with Mexican criminals. These groups form mutually symbiotic cross-national relationships. I can only sit back and observe with a sense of foreboding that , in the long term, "no good" is going to come of the the USA's involement in Mexican Criminal Justice cases.
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. 10:50 if you think the American corrections inmates are going to get corrupted by the corrupt Mexican prisoner imports, you are a bit late, the American inmates were corrupted by the inventors of drug trafficking, the crack epidemic, crack, LSD and heroin trafficking, the CIA, and their disciples like DEA and NSA, In business since the British conquered India to start their drug trafficking, in the 1700s, by the time they started trafficking through Mexico in the 1960s they were already veterans who had had NAZI BUTCHER Klaus Barbie in Bolivia since the end of WWII.
      I GUESS YOU WAS ONLY BORN YESTERDAY...

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  6. Not really a “CDS snitched “ kinda guy, but FOR SURE this guy got snitched on..

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    1. Well based on snitching statistics CDS more than likely snitched it’s a part of their tactics, main arsenal I’d say

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  7. So he is still running his cartel from jail?

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  8. It's just a cover up. Pills are fucking up Americans. We are blaming the cartels. Buy the American government is cashing out on the pills
    Billionaires are created by America. The United states are the most corrupted country in the world. They are just good at politics.

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    1. Like the Shkreli Cartel? I used to work in medical. Pharma and medical devices r super corrupt with low key kick backs i.e.via "speaking engagements" or "training" in places like San Diego or Hawaii

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  9. Brooklyn USAO are really pushing to bring justice, in Mexican organized crime cases, they have been aggressively prosecuting cartel cases for about 4 years now, they have been outshining the Southern District in Manhattan in that department.

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    1. 11:37 Brooklyn is where "Bridgegate" took place, and the Taj-Mahal got fined about 250 million dollars, well the State of New Jersey, has all those assets, so close to New York, it became the Red Mafiya turf after Rudi Giuliani took the eyetaliam mobsters down to make room for the Russians who had defrauded Medicare of more than two billion doars within a year... Columbia Health Care style..., the Russians just widening their empire in Mexico with US government support one capo atta time...

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  10. Make him an example of responsibility for the femicide murders too.

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  11. Nobody destroyed the sinaloa federation more than chapo guzman. That clown is the reason sinaloa lost so much power.

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    1. You mean the federation? Sinaloa was part of the federation. But why you mad chapo gone for ever and you still crying?

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    2. @1:36 lol that’s what I’m saying 🤣🤣

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    3. Cuz chaps was a traitor snitchaloa

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    4. the chapo haters are very salty even after all these years lmao very sad existence

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    5. He's just whining on why his favorite cartel lost so much power due to cjng

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    6. The Sinaloa Federation may have split and have other owners,
      but it will never be out of business, there has been too much money laundered and invested that will keep it going forever.
      Car washing cartels will come and go, but never equal the Senores del Narco.

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  12. All narcos are bitches.

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    1. I thought all narcos were Sissy's.

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    2. @1:21 but you’re here to read about them...

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  13. Does anyone know if La Linea is still run by the Carrillos?

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  14. Lately borderland beat has sucked no comment update or anything I’m down with this blog No Chivis no Borderland beat it looks like

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  15. HAHAHAHA! That's what he gets for killing 10,000 people in Chihuahua

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