Monday, November 11, 2019

Lalo, Former Juarez Cartel Member and US Informant - Interview

[2003 - 2004]

Guillermo Eduardo Ramírez Peyro, a.k.a. "Lalo", was a former Mexican Highway Patrol officer and a paid informant of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which is part of the Department of Homeland Security. "Lalo" also reported to the DEA. After infiltrating the Juárez Cartel, he worked with Heriberto Santillán Tabares and helped him murder people in Mexico. "Lalo" had foreknowledge of planned killings and claims that he informed his US handlers of the intended crimes. It has been asserted that US officials, including Johnny Sutton, the United States Attorney of United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, were aware of the murderous activities of the informant, but failed to intervene. Juanita Fielden, Assistant US Attorney, is a defendant in a lawsuit for wrongful death brought forward by families of victims of the "House of Death."

Buggs personally interviewed Lalo in a podcast.

This podcast contains graphic violence, discretion is advised.
Interview is in Spanish

30 comments:

  1. What happened to Juárez boss el monico?

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  2. will you have a translated transcript of this sometime soon?
    thanks for what you guys do!

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  3. Great stuff! Just fyi youtube is changing their terms and conditions so i would switch over to a different platform that doesnt demonitize videos for whatever reason, like cooy right bull. much love, podcast on spotify seem like great revenuenand anything goes!

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  4. bring the guy back he knows a L O T he seems sincere and knows a lot
    about both sides of the border, cartel and police knowledge.

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  5. The conclusion says it all: there is plenty of corruption on both side of the border and it makes sense: if corruption prevents the Mexicans from stopping the flow of drugs then what excuse do we have for not stopping the flow of drugs here???

    Are our cops and agencies stupid, poorly equipped or badly trained???
    No don't think so, they are just as corrupt as the Mexicans! I mean why else are we flooded with drugs just like in Mex!?

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    1. The reason we cant stop drugs in the usa is simple. Wrong strategy. All drugs come thru the border so if we concentrate our efforts there i still think some will get thru but we cld stop a big chunck of the loads. But the usa wants to lock capos up and spend money investigating shit on other countries instead of sto]ing the loads that come thru or stop moneys and weapons going south.

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  6. This dude is one slippery snake, he should be in prison or dead.

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    1. Societies with major criminal entities cannot function without confidential informants (CI). Obviously, a CI must be an active "participant observer" or a "passive observer participant" of criminal activities. Either way effective CIs must fit into the criminal environment and not be suspected to be rats, snitches,spies, or dedos.
      Much of good detective work involves making and grooming CIs. Historically, many police busts are made because CIs played roles.
      Interstingly, girlfriends, whores, bar maids, and even wives can become effective snitches.
      Q. If someone raped, tortured and murdered a close friend or kin and the police were stumped in catching the perp... would you want a CI to help solve the case?
      See, things get muddy , all things considered.
      IMO, Lalo is a hero whose kind is needed to fight criminal entities like Mafias and criminal cartels. See the movies "Good Fellows" for more on this theme.
      Mexico-Watcher

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    2. Dude is far from a hero! Fuck snitches. This guy is a murderer, was a drug dealer got caught smuggling that's when the DEA dropped him but ICE still kept him. There's a reason he never got charged with murder, because the US authorities would be implicated. This guy is scum. If you do the crime you should do the time.

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    3. His involvement wasn't passive. He is a murderer who became an informant for the money.

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    4. These people negative comments lmao. Remember he did what the US told him to do. Just like any military personnel. It takes courage and guts to perform the shit Lalo did for our country.

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    5. Lol it was obvious some of my comments wouldn't be posted... But most CIs turn snitches once they've been caught doing a crime and they can't do their time. Did the US tell him to smuggle weed? That's why the DEA dropped him as an informant. Even though the DEA has always helped their informants stay in the game, he obviously took it to far

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  7. when is chivis going on and yaqui?

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    1. Buggs invited me to do a podcast, I had to decline. I have never done an interview there is a story and a reason behind it. Sometimes I am very tempted, but never have.

      Yaqui would be great, but I am not sure she is interested.

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    2. I miss Havana.

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    3. Chivis a podcast where it’s just sound would be cool, no faces. Please lol

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    4. His view on the Juarez vs Sinaloa “split” is interesting, I never looked at things from his point of view, he is basically saying that the war was just a circus for the people so Vicente could get his amparo against extradition (sort of time and leverage) and mayo be left alone

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    5. Chivis considering all that has happened to others that have been outed reporting on narco violence, I think not doing is the best idea. Especially being a female and all you do down there helping the kids. I found this blog in 2013 before going to a wedding in Mexico. Even after 2 years of Spanish in school..Hablo poco español ☹.
      Beyond grateful for all the work you, Yaqui, Sol and everyone else does bc without you guys many of us here in the states would have no clue what really goes on. Ignore all the ungratefuls. They likely work for a different place or are just miserable in their own lives. Most of us couldn't do without this site. Thanks again!

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  8. this just confirms what i've been saying before, Sinaloa has been working in Chihuahua with support from Chihuahuenses for the better part of 3 decades, and yet mocosos want to claim that Sinaloa invaded Juarez when in reality it was a "MEGA-CARTEL" that split into two factions and left 1000s of smaller fish caught in the middle of what would be the largest blood shed of the drug war in Mexico.. yet these kids want to make this war about "state pride" and fail to realize that pride has nothing to do with this at ALL.. this war is about GREED!! How can any cartel scum have "state" pride if they can't even have pride for their country.. if they had pride for their country, state, city, colonia, etc.. they wouldn't work for a cartel that sucks the blood out of communities .. just my 2 cents worth

    - Real Talk

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    1. Yelp just saying

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    2. @ 243 duh even gn was formed in Chihuahua

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  9. This is great. I thought for sure Sutton got away with this years ago!! It’s good to know some type of justice is being pursued.

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  10. nice podcast but please remove the intro....thats a way tooo much BdN style, or should i say FOX news style.

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  11. I can see this man lalo had alot more to say and the interviewer was cutting him off or saying answers for him...at the end he wanted to keep going but due to the bad questions almost random that's why time had run out .I believe with a first language Spanish speaking mexican as the interviewer ,this video would have been a way better interview.Due to the term of "mocho" which means that the Spanish the person is speaking is not all there its mixed with english or ie. Chicano way of talking .Just my opinion .

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  12. Whats the word on vicente carillo leyva??

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  13. You guys need to bring back this guy.. interview way to short.

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  14. I agree too about the intro. Is too creepy.

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  15. Interviewer needs to let the guy speak and then ask the next question or make his comment when he notices he is done speaking.

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    1. That's what I'm saying ..let's get this guy back in there for part 2 excluding the interviewer

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