Thursday, December 12, 2019

Cd Juarez: García Luna's Favor of the Sinaloa Cartel was Notorious

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Diario


The alleged bias of the Ministry of Public Security in charge of Genaro García Luna in favor of the Sinaloa Cartel was notorious in Ciudad Juárez between 2008 and 2012, a period in which different statistical comparisons showed a greater number of arrests of the opposing group to the aforementioned criminal organization.

Since 2010, when the Chihuahua Joint Operation was in charge of the Federal Police, El Diario reported on several occasions that there was a difference in the number of arrests that were recorded between one group and another, such as May 8 of that year, when it published : "PF has stopped 31 of La Línea this year ... and only 4 of "El Chapo"'s group.

The headline of another note in the following December was: "There are 44 detainees from the Sinaloa Cartel and 189 from La Línea."


Questioned on one of the occasions by the disparity in the combat of one group and another, the then general commissioner of the PF, Facundo Rosas Rosas, explained that “here the mathematics do not apply. There it is very complicated that you carry exactly the balance (…) there are different ways of operating ”.

He also said that “La Linea, the groups linked to the Juarez Cartel, have a very different way of operating, and even the activities are similar, but they are not the same. Those who distribute the drugs and who are linked to the Juarez Cartel are more in sight than the others, they have a very different behavior. ”

Genaro García Luna, who as Secretary of Public Security of President Felipe Calderón commanded the Federal Police between 2006 and 2012, was arrested last Tuesday by the US federal government in the city of Dallas, Texas, accused of having accepted millionaire bribes from the Sinaloa cartel.

“It was very clear: in 2010, when the thousands of federal police officers were in Juárez, it was when the high-impact crimes, kidnappings, floor charging, (piso , ie extorsion) carjacking, the homicides were more than 3,000 and, simply, when they leave it is when they start to go down, ”said Leticia Chavarría yesterday, a doctor who was a member of the Security Bureau headed by García Luna here in 2010.

"Most of the Juarenses noticed it, some kidnap victims also had that perception that there were military or federal involved," Chavarría said in an interview.

Juarez was the city in which the violence attributed to the dispute over the territory between drug trafficking groups left the highest number of victims in the Calderón administration, with 10,672 people killed in that period in the northern part of the state.

Since then, different sources stated that the federal government had "chosen a side", an observation on the perception that was even reported by the then consul general of the United States in Juarez in an official communication cable of 2009.

“The general opinion is that the Army feels comfortable allowing the Sinaloa and Juarez cartels to undermine each other's strength in their struggle to control the 'square', ie Plaza, (with the consequent theory that the Army would like to see the Sinaloa Cartel win ) ”, warned the then head of the diplomatic headquarters, Raymond McGrath, in a cable broadcast in 2011 by WikiLeaks and published by El Diario. “When the Sinaloa Cartel begins to be protected by the entire government apparatus after 2001, it felt for the first time the power to occupy places that for many years belonged to other cartels. So you see them fighting with the Gulf Cartel in Nuevo Laredo and now with the Juárez Cartel in Juárez. ”

The article was published on the occasion of a visit by Calderón to Washington, and was titled "Mexico seems to favor the Sinaloa Cartel in the war on drugs."

21 comments:

  1. Finished CDG and BLO for 12 years PAN helped CDS like no other party

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    1. PRI has helped them even more, for decades.

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    2. It all started in 2000 when Vicente Fox grabbed the throne. He went after the Tijuana boys real hard. You gotta remember after Amado faked his death, the Arellano Felix were the pinnacle of the mafia drug trade in Mexico. They had the most territory. The Tijuana cartel pushed the most weight. CDS were nowhere as powerful as the Arellanos back in the mid late 90s. Mayo and Chapo were mandaderos for Amado. Benjamin and Ramon operated a cartel bearing their last name. CAF had PRI on the payroll but that was all eradicated once PAN won the presidency in 2000. PAN always favored the short guy and the quinto mes.

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  2. Y sela pelaron los guachos y chinaloas acá en Juaritoz

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    1. los Sinaloa’s Son los que desde mucho tiempo son patrones in Juárez (carrillos )cdj y también CDS y ustedes las Juanitas las criadas de nosotros ja ja

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    2. @10:19 Son comentarios así sobre una de las muchas razones por las cuales México es un agujero de mierda. Todos ustedes son mexicanos, pero la gente en México tiene esta idealidad de que un estado es mejor que otro. Sinaloa y otros carteles NECESITA a Juárez y otras ciudades fronterizas, Juarez no NECESITAN a Sinaloa.

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  3. And still ncdj amd the line rule Juaritozzz

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    1. It’s sad that Juarez isn’t and was never ruled by a native of that state lmao it was always run by a Sinaloa guy lmao

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    2. @7:18 AM your not from that state or area ,because if you were youd know tue history of the juarez cartel amd its beginings!!! Wheres your sinaloas now in juarez,according to the streets and newspapers la linea is Puro Chihuahua!!! Your traicionoa carrillo fuentes had to betray a few powerful chihuhuaenses amongst them pablo acosta to reach his goal!!!

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    3. 3:23 así mero, esos nalgas miadas que hablan porque tienen hocico no conocen la historia. Aparte si no estoy equivocado el padre de los Carrillo, V.C.Vega, se ha escrito que era oriundo de Chihuahua. Estos chinaloas se sienten mafiosos nomás porque ahí nacieron pero se van a otro estado para poder ganar para tragar!! Más humildad putos fanfarrones

      Viva todo México

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    4. @7;01pm anabel hernandez's book el traicionero, vicentillo talks about how the cds was workinh with the dea the whole time, traionando left and right!!! Por eso se creian tanto los fanfarrones tenian el apoyo de los pinos y la dea!!! Now with that being said what did they gain??? Nothing!! Only thing they made was make a mess of things and throw people in jail and killed!!! Cartel de traiciones is a fitting name!!

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  4. Mencho and AMLO draining the swamp

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  5. After the Ovidio incident CDS had to appease AMLO and distract attention from themselves. Could be Chapo trying to also get some extra benefits in prison...

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    1. Feds to Chapo in Prison:

      One cold Taco Al Pastor, for every mexican government official you snitch on, and a Torta if you snitch on Vicente Fox.

      Chapo: “Ay te van”

      Queso

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    2. He didn't snitch on anybody in trial

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    3. He didn't have nobody to snitch 9n, he already snitched on the top capos from his cartel included. Examples to animal, la patrona, Erellanos beltranes
      CHAPO SNITCHED

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  6. Well no duh people. Look at mochomo. My favorite kingpin. They hunted him down. Dismantled his cartel. Went after all of his people. Locked them up threw away the key. As they do with all cartels, all of em except for AMLO'S. He protects his cartel with your blood. As they did in that debacle.
    El Smarto

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    1. Quit with your garbage speculations, none of this would be even brought to light if it’s not for this new administration, they’re literally running the government with more transparency than the last dictatorship, for reals, I know BB loves to trash on the new government but they been doing more in 2 years than the last 100.

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  7. Read a book by Ioan Grillo on El Chapo 6 or 7 years ago about the millions that lined Luna’s pockets from El Chapo emissaries and the quid pro quo the money purchased CDS. BLO too if I’m not mistaken, though that clearly ended after they split from cds

    Frank

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