Sunday, November 3, 2019

6 seized homes of El Chapo going on auction block

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus DiarioColima  and  El Debate



The federal government will auction six houses seized from the boss Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera, a prisoner in the United States, and one that apparently belonged to Griselda López, his ex-wife and mother of Ovidio Guzmán.

The homes were used by the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel to take refuge from the operations of the federal forces; The auction will take place on November 10 in Los Pinos.

Among the houses that will be offered by the Institute to Return the Stolen People, is the one on Calle Humaya 130, Guadalupe Colony, Culiacán, in which Guzmán Loera took refuge before being recaptured in February 2014 by the Navy.
Image result for chapo spa tub escape Culiacán"
[He escaped under the bathtub and through the drain system.  Investigators suspected they were closing in on Chapo in 2014 when they discovered seven houses in Culiacan, Mexico, connected by secret tunnels that also tied in with the sewage system 
But finding him after they raided one of them was trickier than they thought. 
"This particular house had bars on the windows. The front door was steel reinforced, and was so difficult to get in, it was like 10 minutes went by," said Derek Maltz, who once led the Drug Enforcement Administration's special operations division. 
The time it took Mexican marines to get past the reinforced steel doors was enough to allow Chapo to escape. His route? A hidden hatch under a bathtub.]
It is of two levels and has a starting price of 2 million pesos, without VAT. Includes household items.

Another of the properties is that of Constituents Emiliano García 1811, in Culiacán, from which the drug trafficker managed to escape from a military operation: it is one level and its starting price is 2.4 million pesos.

The house that allegedly belonged to Griselda López is located in Cerro de la Siete Gotas 642, also the capital of Sinaloa, and has three levels and an exit price of 11.2 million pesos.

Another of the houses that will be offered are located at the following addresses: Puerto de Veracruz 1647, Colonia Vallado Nuevo; Constituent Enrique Colunga 1825, Colonia Liberta and Javier Mina 1126. Los Pinos fractionation.

The director of the Institute to Return the Stolen to the People, Ricardo Rodríguez reported that 45 lots, between houses, cars and watches, with an output value of 32.5 million pesos, will be auctioned with the objective of collecting money for children's musical bands.

Among what you can buy are 24 vehicles of two different types: some high-end, but old (Mustang, Jaguar and Mercedes and other newer and equally luxury). The cars have a starting price of 1.8 million pesos.

Two boats will also be auctioned with a starting price of 22 million pesos. These goods are used to transport fuel or merchandise, according to Ricardo Rodríguez.

Also, there will be ten watches with a value up to 50 percent lower than those found in the regular market.

Similarly there are nine real estate, some located in Sinaloa. Some of these houses or land under construction have a starting price of one million 200 thousand pesos and up to 11 million pesos.

According to Ricardo Rodríguez, this will be a special sale because it will serve to celebrate that the change of the name of the Property Administration and Disposal Service (SAE) to “Institute to Return the Stolen People” has already been approved.

27 comments:

  1. Is it even safe to buy one of those houses?

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  2. Now, why would anybody in their right mind purchase any of Chapo’s confiscated homes in Culiacan. You know that his sons will make sure that the buyer ends up dead. Nobody steals or takes what is not theirs from the Guzman clan not even the MX govt. Common sense is not so common in MX.

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    1. You really think his sons are studying properly records to find out who buys their dads old houses and then organizing hits on those people? No matter how petty they may be, that idea is beyond rational.

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    2. Why would the sons kill the new owners? Then dont kill innocents!

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  3. you would have to be stark raving mad to buy any of these properties

    Scottish guy

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  4. Can't fuck with the CDS.....go chapo

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  5. Anyone wants to buy one of an chapos house? I wouldn't.

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  6. El Señor Chapo is just a farmer. The greedy politicians of Mexico wants take his property.

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  7. Amenities include a hydraulic powered escape door under the tub leading to the municipal sewer system, where you too can be a rat like the previous owner.

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  8. When my truck got impounded by aduanas in Mexicali I had to go to their lot/warehouse to pick it up. When I went in there I saw a bunch of new ATV's, crates of what looked like expensive alcohol, a mountain of the latest electronics, and late model luxury vehicles. I don't know what they're auctioning here but it sounds like the bread crumbs left off the loaf.

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  9. How true could it be that chapo invested in “coppel”?

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    1. He invested in everything are you kidding even oil he was aware of the world economy somehow, well if the Twitter was really his witch everyone says it was he would post a lot of interesting things he wasn’t dumb

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    2. Mr. Guzman had an extremely diversified portfolio after decades in the game. One of things Mr Guzman was high on investing -no pun intended- was natural resources because he understood them to be necesary commodities that go up in value and are a public good especially in Golden Triangle. Guzman was know to say that natural resource can generate more wealth than dope. Ask all the major oil, gas, electrical and water companies how swollen their bank accounts are.

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    3. Are u saying twitter was his? And im the easter bunny/peter pan!

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  10. I hope whoever attempts to buy that property is from Culiacán or they are going to have major problems.In my opinion it's disrespectful to buy them.

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    1. Oh yes, let's show some respect to the scumbag cartel leaders!

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    2. Why? Is it now considered sacred ground because a corrupt piece of shit once owned it?

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  11. Jajajaja childrens musical bands??? They realize no1 believes that rite

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  12. So let me get this straight the mexican government seizes property from one cartel so another cartel can buy it

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    1. Where did it say they were selling to another cartel?

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    2. Chapos people will buy it back,not hard to figure out

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  13. Another Cartel will buy it. They r the only ones with $$$$

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    1. That’s ridiculous. You do realize there is a legitimate millionaire class in Culiacán/SIN right? Or maybe someone from outside the area or country will buy it as an investment property. This is shallow thinking

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  14. After selling off Chapos belongings, what will they do with the money. Will it disappear into currupted officials pockets?

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    1. In past situations the current president (who's only been president of Mexico for more or less one year) has turned seized properties into schools and used the drug money for social programs.

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  15. https://nypost.com/2019/11/04/el-chapos-wife-emma-coronel-aispuro-in-talks-to-join-vh1s-cartel-crew/

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