Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Not two, Mexico extradited seven high level narcos to the U.S. last week

Chivis Martinez  Borderland Beat Milenio

Including "El Mayito Gordo" The Mexican government extradited seven high-level Mexican narcos to the US last week. They were linked to the Tijuana, Sinaloa, Los Zetas and Beltrán Leyva cartels. Some were implicated in multiple murders.

The extradited were: Gustavo Rivera Martínez ("Carlos Herrera Ávalos" or "El P1"); José Odilón Ramírez Perales; Mario Núñez Meza ("M10); Juan Carlos Juárez Torres; Francisco Hernández García ("El 2000" or "El Panchillo"), and José María Guizar Valencia ("El Z43").

Mexican authorities indicated that the delivery took place last week, when Ismael Zambada Imperial ("El Mayito Gordo"), son of the lord Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, was handed over to the US authorities.

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Gustavo Rivera Martínez was a close enforcer of the Arellano Felix brothers and in charge of the cartel's finances, as well as being one of the chief hitmen of the Tijuana Cartel. 

After the arrest of Francisco Javier Arellano Félix ("El Tigrillo") and Arturo Villarreal ("El Nalgón") in 2006, Rivera took control of the cells headed by Diego García Simental "(El Teo"), and Jorge Briceño ("El Cholo"). 

In 2008, the federal government ordered the immediate expulsion of Rivera to the US, he managed to be imprisoned at Altiplano prison hours after his arrested after he issued a legal motion where he claimed to be a Mexican national. 

There is a pending arrest warrant issued by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California for introducing cocaine and marijuana.

José Odilón Ramírez was captured in 2012 in Coahuila. He was in charge of receiving and laundering millions of dollars from Los Zetas. 

The money was owned by the brothers Miguel Ángel and Omar Treviño Morales, El Z40 and El Z42.

Another of those arrested in that operation was Ismael López, who collected the money from Los Zetas in Nuevo Laredo and sent it to Odilón Ramírez to be laundered in Coahuila.

In 2018, the National Security Commission captured José María Guizar Valencia ("El Z43"), considered a historical leader of Los Zetas and one of the drug lords who allegedly went to a narco-summit in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, in 2014 to negotiate a map reconfiguration of drug routes in Mexico. Guizar was arrested in Mexico City. 

He was one of the 122 priority objectives of the Mexican government. In the US, he was charged with coordinating drug trafficking operations from South America to Mexico and the US. 

There was a US$5 million bounty for his arrest and/or conviction.

Mario Núñez Meza ("M10") was arrested in 2013. He was close to El Chapo Guzmán. He is linked to
the murder of more than 350 people in Durango. 

These people were later found in clandestine mass graves across the state. 

He is also linked to the killing of three anti-kidnapping agents of the Chihuahua Prosecutor's Office and related to 30 previous inquiries.

In 2016, Francisco Javier Hernández García, "El 2000" or "El Panchillo", was arrested in Guasave, Sinaloa, after the arrest of capo Héctor Beltrán Leyva. 

He was a high-ranking Beltrán Leyva Cartel figure. The 2000 was investigated since 2005 by the disappearance of the journalist Alfredo Jiménez. 

He is also identified as being responsible for having established alliances with Los Zetas to face other cartels. In 2005, the brothers Arturo and Héctor Beltrán Leyva appointed him as operator for the transfer of drugs in Sonora, which is how he took control of various operating groups in Chihuahua, San Luis Potosí and Coahuila.

Mexico asks for a return favor:

The Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection, Alfonso Durazo, demanded that the US government join forces to "permanently and without bargaining" to reduce arms smuggling to Mexico. He said that fighting arms trafficking is in the interest of the Americans themselves because these weapons, in addition to putting advantage of organized crime, strengthens organizations that threaten US society.

He affirmed that although it is the responsibility of Mexico to seal the points through which they enter, it is also true that the criminal networks that introduce them are transnational in nature and from this derives the demand the Mexican government makes to the US to join their effort in a permanent, consistent, and broad strategy to reduce arms trafficking.

25 comments:

  1. Gonna have to build another wing on to Florence.

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    1. Plenty of room, welcome to our 8x12 cells.

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  2. Yes Mr. Trump, we're sending everyone u requested...lmao...

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    1. 11:29 puro kilo de a peso,
      los kilos de a dolar les van a salir mas caros...
      US weapons traffickers, merchants and manufacturers captured in the US? is a joke,
      if captured in Mexico are released quicker than a quickie.
      Russian spies promoters of unilateral arms races in Mexico and Russia who have infiltrated the NRA and US politics and bought themselves 30 million dollars worth of corrupt american government get 3 months terms in prison and deportation to their beloved homeland, namely Mariia Putina...

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    2. 7:16 ur just another conspiracy theorist. Liberal idiot.

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  3. Welcome to the breakfast at 4 am lifestyle...SDSO

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  4. Seven is the daily bag limit on narcos.

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  5. Los Ms got ran out of Durango by Los Cabrera's then they fisted by La Linea in Chihuahua

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  6. Nada mas por no mandar a Quintero y MZ. Haci los callan un poco a los gabachos.

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  7. Z40 and 42 are getting extradiated after january

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  8. Seems like menchito crybaby ass had his mommy and papi pay the Mexican government to give United States some people they been wanting extradited to keep them busy and they can work on menchito case ($$$$2goverment)so he can stay in Mexico f@%k that send menchito and his uncles that are locked up ther extraditeon would be a real good message to everyone that ALMO is serious about Helping Mexico

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    1. Don't hate the player hate the game

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  9. this is what came out of those negotiations between Ebrard and Trump, to avoid designating DTO's as terrorist organizations

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  10. Making room for new players.

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    1. Exactly...Merry Christmas to all🎄

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  11. Since their not Americans the U.S. will most likely break them in ADX Florence, and they will turn snitch for better treatment even move to a better prison, and guarantee most of them will be sent back to mexico after a few decades in ADX or other prisons for good behavior.

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    1. You can break him in the back of transport van. Gift wrapping by cross hand cuffed and short chains cold ac and weather across the plains...SDSO

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  12. this was made in return for liniency at the trial of Genaro Garcia Luna. You are going to see that a whole lot of topics are going to be off limits. that is if there is a trial. it is in the US and Mex gov't interest that this gets plea bargained and not go to trial. GGL was DEEEEEEP in the planning and execution of the Merida Initiative (aka drug war) he knows who is behind all the killings, massacres, thefts, land grabs, you name it the whole shebang. He knows it all. I wouldnt be surprised if he gets suicided.

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  13. But the Trevino brothers? Why aren’t in the USA?

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  14. Has anybody seen LORD OF WAR. That’s what the US is doing to Mexico.

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  15. Excelent more bad hombres locked up in prison, time to get used to the dinners.

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  16. Welcome to California prisons resort and spa

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