Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Mexican federal court gives green light to extradite El Hummer

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat



In May 2019 a federal judge denied amparo for Jaime Gonzales Duran aka El Hummer therebyn supporting extradition to the U.S.

Gonzales then filed an appeal, which was accepted by the court.

On Friday a judge of the Amparo District in Criminal Matters, based in Mexico gave the green light to deliver Gonzales. 


Gonzales is one of the founding members of Los Zetas cartel and considered one of the most violent members of the cartel.  He was a member of the Mexican Special Forces known as GAFE.  He was one of 40 Special Forces that defected and joined CDG under the leadership of Osiel Cardenas, later becoming Los Zetas. 

In the U.S. he is accused of conspiracy and distribution of cocaine, also money laundering and other changes.

The judge ruled that the SRE complied with the requirements established in the extradition agreement signed by Mexico and The United States.

22 comments:

  1. Double jeopardy! Time in Mexico and time in the great ole' USA!

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    1. When arrested he had the largest cache of weapons Ever seized in Mexico. Umsure if his record still holds.

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  2. His cartel would not put up, the bribe money, so bye bye to US prison.

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  3. His cartel doesnt exist. Cdg in reynosa is not the same as it was when this man was the boss. Its an independent faction now allegedly working with jaliscas.

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  4. Not good to be a mexican capo now in days, Mexico should be like ūüáßūüá∑ and not extradite their citizens.. But that would NEVER happen.. No good outcome, no winners in the drug game

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    1. I think the reason for that is Mexico gets some financial incentives for participating in the ‘war on drugs’. The crimes were committed in Mexico so they shouldn’t extradited to US, particularly when it only makes the groups more volatile from capos being captured and in-fighting begins

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    2. I'm quite sure AMLO has considered terminating extradition to the US.
      However, THE POWERS THAT BE; will not permit any shenanigans.
      Its always political.

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    3. Brazil capos are broke lol. They don't have a first world market

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    4. @4:45 I agree with you...when they disrupt the head of the organization everything runs a muck...

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    5. the reason why they get extradited is because their drugs make it to the us therefore they are breaking us laws aswell, under RICO, it is considered that the organizations these guys run are transnational, they have presence in both countries, operate and are established in both countries, so whatever they do in mexico affects them here, so its fair game, whatever they do in mexico they can pay it here.

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    6. thats actually pretty stupid, if Mexico would stop extraditing then Mexico would be worse. Extradiction is always mentioned with cartel cases because theyre cartel bosses, and extraditions have crippled cartels, violence only increases, but in reality the majority of extraditions of mexican citizens are just people that are wanted in the US and fled to Mexico, now imagine mexico mexico refusing to extradite, all criminals will make a run to Mexico, how would you feel if someone kills a loved one and makes a run, now hes in Mexico free living life because Mexico will not arrest him and extradite him

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    7. 9:16 how can a capo be broke pendejo?

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  5. Gire a la derecha para tu deportación

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  6. Enjoy prison. Isn't it considered treason to leave your post like that. They should execute him .

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  7. isnt he the guy that murdered, or ordered the murder of Valentin Elizalde?

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    1. @12:54 yes...also had an uncle of mine killed in Miguel Aleman.

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  8. Payed by the taxpayers

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  9. sigan chillando culebras las
    Quitaré del camino y los que en verdad
    Me aprecian aquí tiene a un amigo
    Y ya les cante este corrido a
    Todos mis enemigos

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  10. This guy has been locked up for years why would the USA want him now? What use is he over here

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    1. He will actually be punished here. No more prostitutes and booze which I am sure are plentiful in Mexican prisons for a guy like him.

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  11. I heard this guy prohibited anyone in Reynosa to own a hummer ... only he would drive around in a hummer in his turf ... I’m sure he will be giving “hummers” to all the brothers in prison ... Lmao

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