Thursday, December 12, 2019

José Rodrigo Aréchiga Gamboa "El Chino Ántrax" Sentenced in San Diego

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat
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Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa, AKA El Chino Ántrax, grew up in Culiacán, Sinaloa, was friends with the Zambadas, he went to work for their father known as El Mayo, leader of the Sinaloa Cartel.

Arechiga Gamboa, became the leader of Sinaloa Cartel’s enforcers, El Ántrax.

Today he was sentenced in a San Diego Federal Court to 7 years plus a few months 

He was arrested in December 2013, by Interpol at the Amsterdam Airport, as he prepared to exit the plane, and was extradited to United States.

After his plea he has spent the last 3 years in solitary confinement.

When he is released, he hopes to work in construction and home remodeling.
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Matthew Sutton U.S. Attorney says, as part of the plea, he forfeited $1 million.

The court was under extreme security with each person having to pass two metal detectors.

While speaking to the court, dressed in prison orange uniform;

“I’m truly ashamed.  I promise you I will never again do wrong.  I would like to be able to work honestly.” He says he would like to go into home remodeling and construction.

He also gain further notoriety with social media platforms attributed to him, with images of his flamboyant  lifestyle.  His face always blurred in the images.

With time served, and credit for good behavior, [54 days per year] he could be released in short time.


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Full docket text :

Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Dana M. Sabraw: Sentence With PSR Hearing held on 12/12/2019 for Jose Rodrigo Arechiga-Gamboa (1). 

Count 1s: Custody of BOP for 87 months, followed by 5 years supervised release. No fine. $100 penalty assessment.

Underlying Indictment dismissed.

 (Plaintiff Attorney AUSA Matthew Sutton).

 (Defendant Attorney Frank Ragen RET). (PO Amberly Alvarado). (no document attached)

Sentencing Summary Chart filed, entered but still remains sealed

147 comments:

  1. No matter how short his sentence will be, he will never return to Sinaloa. He's a dead man walking in that state.

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    1. Was Chino not one of the CDS leadership-approved snitches? Funny that Chino apparently has a green light on him, but Vecintillo, Rey Zambada, etc. are out publicly testifying against Chapo and it’s all good. What did Chino give up? Maybe some trafficking networks in California?

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    2. Pues no que muy bravos los de Sinaloa? Puro jotolon.

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    3. @6:28 Es que así es al principio. Cada quien anda muy madres en el jale toreándole. No existen las chivas en ese rato porque todos jalan al cienon parejos. Y pues ya que los agarran su personalidad, su manera de ser, incluso su forma de pensar cambia totalmente porque ya no les queda de otra. Después de un poquito de tiempo en el tambo se supone que sus condenas los hace reflexionar sobre el error que fueron sus vidas.Y allí es donde les nace querer ser el gran cambio sea como sea...

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    4. 5:34 el chino is a nobody but El Niño es hijo de papi. Así es esto.

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    5. Why you talking in code ?!?

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    6. He needs to build a pine box.

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    7. 902 who are you referring that is talking in code, you seeing ghosts again.

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    8. He's a dead man walking any where

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  2. 7 yrs and 4 months

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    1. Wtf is wrong with those prosecutors, judges!? Don't they see those animals have been murdering thousands of people with their acts of violence, drugs like meth, fentanyl!?

      Explanation, they definitely got bribed, snitch chapo could not bribe any prosecutor, judge in NY they gave him life sentence.

      California is full of sh**, they got one of the most corrupted law enforcement in the nation, they even let zombies walk with meth on them damn streets like if it's nothing, no wonder the sinaloa rat got less than 8 years! Dumb mothafuckas!!!

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    2. @1:54 This is what happens when a country starts to turn into Mexico..

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    3. It was a FEDERAL case, US govt,the state of California has nothing to do with this sentence. Next thing you'll be blaming are the liberals!!

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    4. This guy 👆😂😂

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    5. A topic many should ask government officials in the US. Why? Where US criticism towards Mexico's lack of judicial justices are being displayed with lienenci here too. However, don't expect to get a straightforward answer for why governments do what they do.

      Citizens are only a distraction and a of non-concern. Has been and always will be.
      Interesting calling the kettle black.

      Truth

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    6. Take it from someone that has been through “the American judicial process”! Point blank for prosecutors it’s all about stats, conviction rates if you will. Chino Either he debriefed or they really didn’t have a solid case on him!? When the second thing mentioned happens they will come at you with a low ball deal! So you take some time and they will tell you “ you either take this little time so it justifies our investigation or take it to trial and we will give you 20 years if you loose! Your choice no matter what they get their conviction THAT is all they care about Stats

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    7. 8:16 I know what you mean but reality is.. If you have the right lawyer, connected in the right places and have money you could beat ANY casebany where.. If your broke your fu€ked.PLAIN AND SIMPLE
      One more thing I forgot. IF YOU SNITCH on someone bigger than you you will get a lesser sentence or a plea deal. I bet he snitched 😆

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    8. 1:54 Chill Honey, everybody deals on something and rats once in a while.
      The concept could be handy for you someday.

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  3. 100 dollar fine?????? He must of spilled so much info it would be hard to fathom.

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  4. "Supervised release". Sounds like someone became a US citizen while in prison lol. Mexican citizens normally get deported right after release. This man must've been singing these last few years.

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    1. I was wondering the same thing---or maybe witness protection program?

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    2. Basically it's federal parole, once released from prison authorities can still mess with him if he remains in the country.

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    3. No doubt he will be in WITSEC and under the protection of the FBI. El Vicentillo will be as well.

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    4. There's no such thing as "federal parole", that ended long ago.

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    5. Its called federql probation and its very much alive and kicking

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    6. He will go to halfway house first upon released where he will slowly be released back to society

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    7. There's probation but no federal parole which was abolished.

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    8. My bad, didn't know parole was changed to probation. Supervision, puppet strings, release conditions etcetera, you're physically out of prison but the govt still has you by the .....!

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    9. It's called supervised release in the federal system.

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  5. Probably the US moved him and his family here. Same with El Nino Vicente.

    I wonder if the 87 months is on top the time served, because if not, he's pretty much free.

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    1. right as i said WP program would be the only way they could 'supervise'

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    2. Chivis all this is approved by M GRANDE.. Vicente Zambada will take over his dad business asoon as he get out.. Probably sitting somewhere in the 🇺🇸. Chino will Probably will be right next to him... I know for a fact Vicente is more powerful then chapitos ask anyone in Sinaloa when the time come and time will come guess who sinaloa is backing up. Remember chapitos are wanted zambadas have government in pocket

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    3. My cousin was on federal probation which is supervised and that's not WP.

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    4. Mexican citizen? Dual? he made a deal and shared info? Who did he give info against?

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  6. The prosecutor, nor the judge have the power to grant citizenship, which is weird since it's 5 years of supervised release, after 5 years he'll be deported. Strange indeed.

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    1. No citizenship but maybe a
      S Visa aka snitch visa.

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    2. You don't need citizenship to be supervised.

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    3. But you cant supervise if he is out if country unless by PHONE which would be a joke

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    4. 9:24
      Keep in mind that prosecutors and judges have to follow written protocol regardless if the felon is legal or illegal. He will be deported after without supervision but they still must state protocol, awkward but don't lose sleep over it.

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  7. As written, it's just saying standard 5 year probation, likely within sometime of wit sec relocation.

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  8. Chino gave up all his money and a couple of labs in Culiacán Sinaloa he nevera snitch on no one just like Javier torrez , el Mochomo , el chapo , guero palma, straight up OG Sinaloa

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    1. LOL. He snitched on everyone for that sentence, are you kidding me?

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    2. Are you dumb. This fool is a straight rat!

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    3. @6:45 wheres your proof?

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    4. Was any of you two in court to say he did snitch or he didn’t snitch lmao

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    5. If he didn't snitch why did he spend the last three years after his plea in solitary confinement?

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    6. @5:50 u don't know what your talking about. OF COURSE he snitched. My brother got the SAME exact sentence for ONE Lb of meth back in 2011.

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    7. Show proof where he snitched? He never testified against anybody

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    8. 10:35 no need to be there to know, any top dog would get anywere from 25 to life for the crimes he was accused, dont kid your self you know he ratted his ass out, he had good corridos i actually like them, but they were all fake

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    9. All these clowns here who think they know the system, just read the news and please don’t just make sh*t up. No one knows he spoke or not, no one here is a psychic. In California they’ll pull his paperwork real quick to see if he’s a rat. San Diego is a very lenient city, people get caught with work everyday crossing the border so the courts are the lenient. All these wannabe narcos / cartel specialist on this site just waffling on.

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    10. 11:40 you have to be trollin...the sentence and plea sealed is your proof

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    11. @11:40 Look at the date on the payment towards the 1 million he was cooperating years ago in laymen’s term he is a rat , snitch. A family member got arrested for some cocaine a little amount and got 5 years in federal prison was looking at 60 years. How kingpins and known killers get less time than the rest. Money and the people they turn in.

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    12. @11:40 the fact he had to be put in solitary confinement AFTER the plea is all the proof you need! Do you people not read the article?

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    13. He can cooperate w/o testifying on the stand. Face it kid, your hero’s a rat and condone it smh @11:40

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    14. 8:54 he's in the Federal penitentiary system, not the CDCR. All the Mayo underlings that have been prosecuted have received very lenient sentences and basically gotten time served!! Snitches indeed

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    15. Gave up all his money? Yeah right! And pigs fly.

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    16. He SNITCHED get over it groupies 😆

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    17. I hope Chino was not dealing with the russians,
      but the cartels partners on the US side sure were,
      And they continue and persist, all the whole bunch,
      even Erik Prince the head mercenary war mongering profiteer...

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  9. Been saying for years that the Rancher/KingRat™ cooperates with the ABC's, how can his operaters get such disproportionately low sentences compared to members from other cartels. If it has whiskers, an ugly tail, is fluffy with gray fur or is a member of CDS than it's a RAT!! SNITCHaloa top of the RAT chain with the KingRat™

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    1. Can somebody translate what this creature just wrote? Care full with the trademark

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    2. It took him a lot of thought to write all that out LOL

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    3. Yes 1051 King rats are big and fat, then he talks about a cat, with lots of whiskers, he is referring to cartoons.

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    4. No need, Chino is a rat

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    5. I doubt he gives a sh*t whether Chino gets out or not, what I wonder is whether chinos cooperation had anything to do with Mayo to gordo and Serafina getting jammed up

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    6. 8:28 rat or no rat, who takes away the happy days?
      And the Happy Days will come back soon again.
      You just learn to roll with the punches.

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  10. His time incarcerated pending sentencing would typically count as time served. He has been almost six years already. Only has about 17 months left. Crime pays.

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    1. Does it? His kids were left w/o a mother when this douchebag got locked up. Idk about you but I wouldn’t trade my mother for $. Also, he’s not going back to the CDs empire he once knew, Baja will not be under his control anymore and he doesn’t stand a chance against Mencho.

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    2. 1024 he never controlled Baja get a grip mcfly

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  11. Someone is moving to Florida with the name of Juan Valdez. Without the donkey... Thanks to the witness protection network... Next time you visit Disney World he will be selling popcorn...SDSO

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  12. Word in the barrios is while incarcerated, he became a huge fan of Alabama Crimson Tide football & Coach Nick Saban. He plans to move to Tuscaloosa to be close to his beloved Crimson Tide.

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  13. Lol doesn’t sound like the chino we all used to know!

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    1. From the corridos? Everybody know sinaloas are all fantasy, like sayin chapo never snitched

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    2. Stop being jealous lol

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    3. Goes to prove that corridos are nothing but fairy tales. And for those who truly believe in fairy tales,they are true.

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  14. From the neck down he presented immaculately and impeccably. Considering his humble beginnings his 'photoshoots' exposed an uncanny insight for design, mood, art, heritage and storytelling. These intrinsic talents would serve him well in 'home remodeling' (if he lives).

    Canadian girl

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    1. Pretentios comment

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    2. Is it really him in those pics?? I always felt his face doesn't match the body.

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    3. @7:22...a beeauch yes, pretentious never. Chino had an inherent knack for all stated in my synopsis. It's disappointing in this instance to be interpreted otherwise.

      Canadian girl

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    4. Canadian girl, a couple things he lacked, and ultimately made him trashy, is humility and knowledge of vertu. A proper bon vivant who has fought for the good things in life wouldn't act so blatantly pretentious as he did.

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    5. Thank honey Beltran, that was not chino’s style. Anyone who really knows, knows what Chino was into on the side. Ask around LA

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    6. 6:29 you just want his head in a platter, are you talking code to the decapitators?
      Salome got her way with John the Baptist.
      The AFOS would love to send some clowns to see Chino Antrax wherever, whenever...

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  15. Jajaja jajaja,Construction? What's he gonna build? Oh I know he will build some labs.

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    1. He is going to help build that Wall so no one comes over and tries to get him ..hahaha

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    2. With the money he has and with the help of the federal government what that means is that he will own a construction company to keep living his lavish lifestyle

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  16. Complete and verified debriefing gets a high level operator this kind of low sentence. He's a snitch through and through, and federal sentencing guidelines reward the rats.

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    1. They always do.
      His sentence like many others are the result of government cooperation. The ill gotten fortunes made by blood money will continue to enrich his lifestyle and family.

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  17. Vicente serrín chino where all instructed to snitch to save them self’s. Know they will all be free soon

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  18. uh yea im sure that he'll be throwing up drywall somewhere in north carolina.

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    1. alot of operators in NC. perfect state outside of city and inside city boundaries. cops focus mostly on black crime over there which is a perfect veil for operators to lay low and do business.

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    2. As anywhere, I look at the gov data and identification of affiliation upon arrest...thank you!

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    3. 805 lmao operators? Foh Tom
      Clancy lmao

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    4. NC is undergoing saving by the KuKluxKlan, white supremacistas, and other good Christian organizations who use discrimination and voter suppression to hold on to power to keep black and mexican minority criminals from their beloved centers of political power.

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  19. They killed his lovely wife right outside the gym a few years ago memmer?

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  20. Vicente was able to call his father while in jail so I assume all of mayos people where able too and he told them same thing he told Vicente so they can be free one day.

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  21. Remember
    The
    Movie
    "Eraser1996"
    Even in the witness protection theres
    Always a mole somewhere
    Watching everything they doing

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  22. I think if he would of been snitching they wouldn’t of made all this public

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    1. Just like area 51 and alien technology right.

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  23. If you think this pos didnt snitch no one out then ur hella dumb and if u think this guys gonna chamge his ways ur even dumber!!! Fact is all these dudes are tough and killers in bola but when shit hits the fan they cry for mommy!!! Pay heed young men crime dnt pay!!!

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  24. May he rot in prison. Hahaha! So much for that slogan.

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  25. 7 years for killing, widowing, robbing, maiming, polluting, destroying communities and lives. Hypocrisy in US rule of law. Definitely, his capture in 2013 led the way for law enforcement to understand the CDS leadership's decision making processes and their inner workings. Prior, Sinaloa's leadership and membership was a guarded secret which allowed it to remain at the top of the food chain. After his capture, the dominoes starting falling to the eventually capture of many of its top leadership.

    El año del 2013
    el lo quiziera olvidar;
    Que aya en Holanda
    fue tomado por la policia;
    7 años el la prison
    Esos tendra que pasar;

    -Support the Hustle-

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  26. He can work on the wall

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  27. He's going to work for trump & built some great walls, jajajajaja!

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  28. Everyone always got something to say and 99 percent of these people talking making comments haven’t ever been in a situation anywhere near close to chinos. Everyone always talk about what they would do and how they would never fold. But become lawn chairs and fold when in the hot seat. Few men would even risk what he has, everyone just sees the luxuries in life and never stop to think about what a man risk everyday. What he had to put on the line to get where he has gotten. En esta vida hombres no deben de ablar de otros hombres o asuntos sin saber Los datos. Llo ablo de experencia, cuando cai uno. Todos ablan no mas por que tienen boca. Papper work don’t lie, the man has family I’m sure and no one would of waited for him to get out to take action. Things have more depth then the normal person sees. Respeto a todos los que an sustenido sus palabras y sustenieron leal.

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    1. Ok first stop defending a drug smuggler,killer, and who knows what other crimes he committed. Second do not compare us abiding citizen to that criminal rat snitch. Wow you sound like you have a crush on him don’t judge him what he went thru to get there oh not the people he murdered tortured rapped and the drugs that destroyed and killed people. BB readers please don’t judge he had to kill and maimed to many. So it’s time to shut down BB because men do not talk about other men or I guess only women should be here from now on. Oh and I guess @2:18am is better than us we are just normal nobodies. @2:18 please stop watching those narco novelas and listening to corridos.

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    2. An apologist for an outlaw. Quit excusing the inexcusable.

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    3. La esperencia ase al hombre! Mis respetos compa.

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    4. No mas ablan por que tienen boca. Obviously we come from two different worlds, you seem like the type who would tell and testify. I grew up with different set of morals and character traits. Never fold and take responsibility for what ever you do in life. Don’t throw another man under the bus because it helps you get out of trouble. It’s a cowardly act. Las cosas chuecas pero derechas

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    5. @7:05pm si lo isouna rata sin palabra par de weyes.

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  29. If your a rich cartel member probably a dumb idea to put it on instagram

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  30. Orale chino will work for extrem home makeover with ty pennington.. MOVE THAT BUS!!!

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    1. Probably his own Home Improvement show. Hey if Emma can do it. Why not him too.
      There seems to be an audience for Trash TV lately.

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  31. Showing off got him in trouble. Now that he cries and us going to prison, he says will change for the better. Lol.

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    1. He beat the system. LOL

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    2. Snitching is not beating the system

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  32. What about when he dressed up as a clown and smoked Francisco Arrellano in Los Cabos?

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    1. El R13 executed pancho ,el chino came up with the idea ,he ratted for sure yet u cant deny he is a proven killer , who wouldnt fold if you are facing rotting in prison ? Everyone is a keyboard warrior and its sad he gets away with what he did but im
      Sure he has to pay for it always watching his back

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    2. Suuuuurrrrrre he did like how they call him el 5.7 and the gun that the clown used jammed at first huh? 🤣🤣🤣

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    3. It was Stephen King's "IT" clown that did this crime. Not him

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    4. What about it , he was a clown.

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    5. It wasn't him who killed Francisco he ordered it but didnt commit the murder.

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  33. Here is another Mexican hero who has corridos about him and people looking at him like an inspiration.Dont you all feel like idiotas now.The big bad Chino 007 bond

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  34. Chapo did snitch and those are facts!!a lot of michoacanos be rats too

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    1. El animal never snitched even though Chapo turned him in.

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    2. Los Torres snitched too how about that

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    3. El animal is a rat as well as his sister just because you are probably from Michoacán and you want your hero to be a bad ass but the truth is there in black and white, as soon as he was caught he ratted, and he’s a chapulín, when they wanted to kill him in Michoacán the beltranes took him in and protected him then when the war between CDS and BLO started he went with chapo after Mochomo brought him with them. He bit the hand that covered him, and that my boy makes him worst then a rat.

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  35. All these people talking about snitching and that they chino is a rat first of you so-called tough guys get scared when your wife’s or girlfriend yells at you and you end up snitching on yourself and confessing to shit you didn’t even do and the 5 yrs parole the gave don’t mean anything that is what they do with most people even when they get deported it’s just Incase they cross back and get caught the get a violation +whatever else on top for crossing

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  36. He wants to help build that wall hahahah

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  37. Funny how It's a CHASE bank check, they have been known to Launder money for Cartels

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  38. Most of you idiots on this site are probably kids talking out of the hole in the side of your necks,putting jackets on people calling them rats when you only know what you read when you see actual paperwork on someone with written statements by them in black and white then you can call them a rata the vato chino never got caught with nada or nobody ever testified against him like other people so there's a big difference and a sealed plea doesn't mean nothing it's just not for the public to see you know metichis (nosey f---S like youz that have no life so want to know about everyone else's the vato was smart put fedia aside cuz he knew his day would come money talks he paid a million who knows how much more for his abogados you have money you can buy your way out of anything anywhere even in the us and just cuz he was in the hoyo for 3 years don't mean nada anyone could have dropped a kite on him or they could even adseg him so plug those holes in the side of your necks chavalos.

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    1. @7:05pm you must think that talking like a wannabe bum chavala is cute but that does nothing to us normal folks. Go talk like that to those hoorats that have no future and you sound like a straight pc 25er defending a rat snitch. If you would know how to read and at least had a middle school or high school half ass education and read books or at least online. No matter BB puts in in color or black and white you seem not to comprehend that he took a deal and gave up information. But since you probably a snitch and got a rata jacket you still going to defend him no matter what your kind stick together

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    2. 7:05 blah, blah, blah! Chino cooperated and debriefed. Keep it simple RanCholo!

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    3. Look at this guy calling everyone here idiots for condemning this payoso chino bond.Who is the idiot again,who is the grown man upset at comments here?
      Defending a killer of fellow mexicans and big bad chino and his hate for the US,now hes beggin like a bitch on his knees in front of the hated US,get a life guey

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    4. Hey “sad eyez x3” a sealed plea and being in PC does mean something. Writing a a novel defending someone you don’t know doesn’t convince anyone that knows what’s up otherwise.

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    5. Why you so mad are you in love with chino and dont like it when people call him the obvious? A RAT, Snitchloa

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  39. Why is everyone mad. USA or Mexico. Its all the same. Money talks and you know who is laughing now.

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  40. Hey questions for BB readers do you think these informants will ever get together and form a criminal group like the prison gangs here in California that formed like the 25ers and other drop out and snitch prison gangs and ended up being bigger than the Mexican mafia. I was thinking they would start their own cartel compromised of informants.

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    1. They have one already, it’s called CDS!!! Lmao 😂 real talk

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  41. He spent the last three years in Administrative Segregation.
    Not Solitary Confinement.
    Administrative segregation is not punitive.
    Solitary confinement is punitive segregation.
    Get it straight.

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