Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Former Agent Duncan: The backstory of Gustavo Rivera aka El EPI and his nexus with other players in Arellano-Felix Organization

Steve Duncan for Borderland Beat

David Barron Corona and Wife Judy Paraiso with Carolyn and Gustavo Rivera in 1991


Chivis Note: My friend, former agent Steve Duncan was at the arraignment of  Gustavo "Gus" Rivera, aka "El EP1" "P1" "El Gus", who was extradited the same day as El Mayito Gordo Zambada from Mexico to the United States.  Steve has extensive knowledge of Rivera’s background and history and has put some of it to paper in this post for Borderland Beat. This is the first of two parts.

By Steve Duncan



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ello Borderland Beat and my friends Chivis and Buggs. I wanted to share with you all my experiences and knowledge gained while investigating Gustavo Rivera-Martinez who was extradited to San Diego this past Thursday, December 19, 2019. Rivera is one of the most evil and influential characters in the San Diego/Tijuana drug scene over the past four decades and, for those who have been a part of the investigation, received an early Christmas Present.

Rivera was the connection to the Arellano-Felix Organization or AFO for San Diego gangbanger, David Barron-Corona, who brought dozens of fellow gang members to Tijuana to beef up the enforcement squads when the war between “Chapo” and the AFO was cemented in November 1992.

A few of the investigators from the case were present in the courtroom for Rivera’s initial hearing. DEA, HSI, USMS and FBI personnel were there even though nobody seemed to know about the extradition. There were no headlines and very little warning but we were there to see Rivera.

Some other guy, pudgy and plain-looking, was extradited with him – “Mayito Gordo.” They sat in the spacious jury section but in different rows.

In the front row was Cruz Elena Martinez-Herrera, Rivera’s wife. A portion of their four children accompanied her as well as Serafin Zambada-Ortiz. Pretty crazy stuff when you know that is was Rivera who built the bomb to blow up the Camino Real Hotel in Guadalajara in 1994 targeting Serafin’s father.

Gustavo and Carolyn Rivera with Juan Felix and spouse
The following biography on Rivera needs to be told for many reasons. Over the past 3 decades every AFO related defendant in San Diego has taken a plea. We have never been to trial on an AFO Case, except in state court. 

Defendants expect a sweet deal as it is the norm and compare it with the measly amount of time the last extradited kingpin received. We have never been able to show just how ugly these assholes are and the thousands of lives they have ruined. Our efforts in law enforcement are reduced and undermined by our federal prosecutors in this case and our leaders whom go along with them. 

Their message sent to the victims is “we really don’t care.” Imagine being a citizen who has been continually victimized, losing a number of loved ones over the course of the AFO reign of terror and reading that Benjamin Arellano-Felix received 25 years!

In reviewing the latest indictment, it does not reveal the monster Rivera has evolved into. He started as a drug trafficker, evolved into a mass murderer and led several cells of the AFO as a top lieutenant. 

We have great evidence on murders and abductions he was responsible for in his later years with the AFO as the organization itself evolved into a police-like organization maintaining a stranglehold on the Tijuana Plaza by policing it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For some reason his violent side is not mentioned in the indictment and I fear this bastard may get out of jail someday. His family reads about him being a “financier.” He is a filthy murdering drug kingpin, nothing less.


Gustavo Rivera-Martinez, aka “Gus,” “Pancho,” “Lorenzo,” “Lic” and “P-1.”



On July 22, 1961 Gustavo Rivera-Martinez and Charles Rivera-Martinez, United States Citizens, were born to Onelia Martinez and Ernest Rivera at Paradise Valley Hospital in National City, California.  Both parents were born in Mexico but immigrated to San Diego and were living on Third Avenue in Chula Vista.

Gustavo Rivera graduated from Bonita Vista High School in 1978 and began selling drugs with his neighborhood buddies. By 1985 he was working with one of the most powerful drug lords in Tijuana, Javier Caro-Payan, aka “El Doctor.”

In February, 1985, 8 tons of marijuana was seized at a Chula Vista house on 20 Loualta Way. Rivera had rented the home from a friend who had told Rivera not to do anything illegal at the home. In the aftermath, Rivera and Caro-Payan were indicted and arrested for the weed.

On June 6, 1987, Rivera and Caro-Payan were arrested in Montreal and on April 19, 1988, they were extradited to the US and processed in San Diego.
FCI Phoenix
Rivera was convicted in federal court for conspiracy to import marijuana and sentenced to federal prison. He served his time at the Federal Correctional Institution in Phoenix, Arizona. It is here where he met a Logan Heights Gang Member, David Barron-Corona, who was serving a 5-year term for Felon in Possession of a Machine Gun. He also met Oscar Paez-Martinez in Phoenix who was serving time for a drug offense. Oscar is the brother of Arturo “Kitty” Paez-Martinez.

Barron
It is this time period between 1988 and 1990 where Rivera, Barron and “Kitty Paez” became friends and business partners. This new partnership was the start of decades of death and drug trafficking.

These three charismatic and ambitious young criminals would recruit and train hundreds of young men to be assassins for the AFO in their war against “Chapo,” “Mayo,” Guero Palma, Amado Carrillo and anyone who took their side. This association lasts to this day.

Barron and Rivera were released in 1989. They remained in San Diego but were in close communication with “Kitty” in Tijuana.


Barron and Rivera started an auto broker business, Exclusive Auto Brokers, on Silverton Court in the Mira Mesa industrial community of San Diego. They purchased and resold cars and trucks with straight cash. They also purchased large 4 by 4 trucks to smuggle tons of cocaine for “Kitty” and the Arellano-Felix Organization (AFO) into the US.

Arturo Paez-Martinez
Rivera cautioned Barron about “Kitty.” “Kitty” worked with Benjamin, Eduardo and Ramon Arellano-Felix who were known to be violent and crazy. Rivera was wary of working with a violent organization and preferred to just make millions in peace and “under the radar.”

Barron was infatuated with “Kitty” and started a close association with him and hence a close association with the violent AFO. Barron eventually fled to Tijuana as US law enforcement in San Diego was monitoring him closely and seizing cocaine loads that could eventually be traced back to him. In fact, in 1991-1992, at least three of cocaine loads between 400 and 500 kilos were seized from 4 by 4 trucks in San Diego and traced back to Exclusive Auto Brokers.


They also became quite efficient at mass-producing and distributing methamphetamine. They had their own chemists and precursor suppliers. Both Rivera and Barron families were involved in the business. Rivera was married to Carolyn and Barron was married to Judy Paraiso and the two families became friends.

Barron also worked as an enforcer for the AFO. Barron began killing AFO enemies for the AFO and was so efficient, Benjamin referred to him as Charles Bronson or “CH.”

Barron, Rivera and fellow Logan Heights Gang Member, Juan Felix, also did some side work moving marijuana and methamphetamine into San Diego from Northern Baja in private fishing boats navigated by “clean-looking” Caucasian males.

In 1991, Jose Albert Marquez, aka “Bat,” informed Barron that he (Barron) had been made a member of the Mexican Mafia Prison Gang and he was now a “Carnal” or “Brother.” “Bat” and Barron had done time together in the early 1980’s in San Quentin. Barron invited “Bat” to work with he and Rivera. “Bat” was a “free-spirit” and “loose cannon” but Barron watched over him and tried to keep him out of trouble.

Rivera, while on federal probation, was arrested in 1993, as he sold several pounds of methamphetamine to DEA Agents. Once given an opportunity to bail, he fled to Tijuana and rejoined Barron.



End of Part I to read part II use this hyperlink


Steve Duncan is a retired Special Agent of California Department of Justice. He spent 20 years with CALDOJ, retiring in December 2016. Prior to CALDOJ, he was a Probation Officer for the San Diego County Probation Department for 12 years and was the first probation officer in San Diego history to formally work on a Drug Enforcement Organization Task Force. During his 32 years in law enforcement, his efforts focused on the investigation of the most violent criminals in the United States and Mexico. He is an expert on street gangs, prison gangs and Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations.

The support and success of the cases against gangs and cartels came from the Arellano-Felix Task Force made up of federal, state and local law enforcement and military agencies. Steve was assigned to both the DEA and FBI as a task force officer for periods from 1992 to 2008.  Steve has directed and participated in the arrest of hundreds of gang members and cartel associates for various crimes in pursuit of their leaders and the dismantling of their organizations. He has sponsored several witnesses for the US Marshall’s Witness Security Program. Steve says the best part of the job was turning people’s lives around from evil to good and putting the dangerous predators behind bars.    

Steve and his partners’ successful case against the Tijuana Cartel began in 1992 and continue to the present as they await the extraditions of drug kingpins in their investigations. Most of those extradited have cooperated with the US government and he has been involved in hundreds of debriefings where he took notes, corroborated information and memorialized the debriefing in official reports. These debriefings also developed into other successful investigations in the US and Mexico.

Saving lives by targeting the “worst of the worst” was Steve’s focus in law enforcement. Multi-agency task forces dedicated to investigation of the worst criminals were his arenas to work these cases. He has worked with all law enforcement agencies and maintains a great relationship with them all. His cases typically involved Mexico. He understands the Mexican culture, economy and justice system and has worked extensively with Mexican Law Enforcement on Mexican soil.

87 comments:

  1. so Serafin was in the courtroom to welcone his brother?

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    1. That is what I was thinking also!

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    2. Serafin is out of jail

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    3. We talking about him going into court to see his brother. We know he is out!

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    4. Mayo Gordo will be out soon 4 to 5 years max

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  2. I appreciate the great stories through awesome contacts that are displayed here on Borderland Beat. Firsthand knowledge of the brutality of the search and hunt to displace cartel rank and high profile targets. These agents sacrifice everything to go after the cartels yet the leniency and lack of Mexican justice hurts the process until these gangsters can be brought across the border to face real American justice. I feel the American people do have an obligation to use taxpayers money to convict and house these killers, drug dealers and whatnots. The USA consumes the majority of the problem with mass addiction to the products offered by the cartels. Hence, in an small but alarmingly expensive way the government is assisting in at least serving real justice. For this it is worthwhile and with the FTO designations Mexico will no longer have a say as to how USA law enforcement and/or military will cross border and drone targets herein forward. Game changers are coming into play. The flow of drugs will continue but the soon to be full frontal attack and approach on these cartels will slow and stem the onslaught of drugs into the USA. The cartels will have to think of other ways to go around the soon to be active strikes by the American assault teams and drones. For we have NO hug and release program in place like AMLO. The Mexican cartels are in my opinion more violent then the Colombians were and their elimination and eradication will be on military terms as the USA has proven against ISIS, ISIL, Al Qaeda and the rest of the terrorist organizations who once operated and are operating around the world. 2020 and beyond will be a new era of ending cartel dominance and they will be slowly but surely be eliminated. The people behind the war against these syndicates have proven their loyalty to combatting the relentless bloodshed and violence and with all their work the FTO designation will prove to be the ultimate piece needed. My props go to all those who have went against the cartels from the beginning to try and eliminate the threat since the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s to now, the future. They have all made a change and contributed much to this war against drugs. We are now in the new phase of battle against these cartels. Keep up all the good work.

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    1. You see what you want to see. The so-called drug war will be going still in 30 years and recreational and daily drug consumers will keep the cash flowing to the evil druglords. To each his own

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    2. Drone strikes in Mexico you must be dreaming lol all these weird pink people wanting to drone strike everything wow

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    3. @7:23 you must be part of Pelosi's group and fake news. Keep up with current affairs it is only a matter of time drones will enter the picture.

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    4. Stop the demand then we'll see about military envasion and drone strikes. Never met a junkie that was forced into drugs. Build a wall, close the border and whatever you can think of do it, but first stop the demand.

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    5. @ January 12, 2020 at 11:04 AM

      The US will never drone strike Mexico, they are too punk bitch. They only pick on countries hundreds and hundreds of miles away. And only after they use some BS false flag event and the word "patriotism" to sucker all of their dumb civilians into thinking they are actually doing the "right" thing by supporting the murder of innocent men women and children. It almost looks as if the US tried to pull that shit with the LeBaron massacre but social medial and the world just being better connected nowadays just didn't let that happen.

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    6. 1114 you wrote a lot of blah, blah I still can't figure out your point. Some people in here make thier point in one or two sentences. You almost sound like Sicario 006.

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  3. Awww man I hate when it’s in parts! Please don’t take to long writing part 2 I like all articles borderland beat articles they make.. keep it up

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  4. Benjamin looks and poses like a Sicilian mobster witt the gold watch and gold ring in that photo.

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    1. Name one Sicilian mobster known for being flashy.

      Gotti and Capone were Neapolitan...

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    2. Italian? U from northern USA i bet

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    3. 127 what’s it matter? They were all scum bags anyway...

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    4. All Sicilian are flashy.

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    5. 6:57 no sicilain mafioso is known for golden toilets, for belonging to the russian Red Mafiya, or for denying their friendship with russian mobsters like Felix Sater...

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  5. Sad... some people just dont care. They deserve what they have coming.

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  6. In 1985 Kiki Camarena was murdered, Miguel Angel Felix gallardo spent the next 5 years until his arrest setting up the tijuanos and their accomplices the AFOS and their uncle el taquero Don Chuyito Labra Avilés, then Jorge Hank Rohn came to lead the organization as mayor of Tijuana, trying to buy Las Vegas Casinos and shit, but american narco-mafiosos shot him down, Las Vegas was not taken from the Italian Mobsters to allow "ugly mexicans" like the hank rohns into the business...
    The drug trafficking was taken from the Guadalajara cartel by chilangos, Generales, DFS agents, federal police and narco-governors, under the presidente in turn.
    Julian Leyzaola was a mexican army officer before becoming chief of police in tijuas, and jesus alberto capella ibarra is still fqck8ng at oil und in Quintana Roo's Cancun, nothing like being a hank rohn criminal...they were setting up tijuas and all the californias after their tejas union national bank of laredo got busted to make room for US presidential hopefuls' narco-governorship...

    Steve, throw some more choice cuts please, the barrio boys and el Benja or el Mon did not even try to kill el Chapo in Guadalajara airport, when juan Jose posadas ocampo got executed, it was all mexican federal judicial police under rodolfo leon aragon (el chino leon) ordered by PGR jorge Carpizo Mc Gregor for drug trafficking mexican presidente carlos salinas de gortari.
    Leyzaola and capella still work as criminals under their official government covers.

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    1. Thats crazy.. The narco world in mexico is very complex... I wonder who protects el senor mencho

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    2. Lots of true Facts in there brother !!! Laredo national bank and the Texas crew ..... lots and lots of fun stuff there Jacobs was the main gringo and ................ old school times

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    3. Chapo was a peon when the Cardinal was killed. Basically, Sinaloa mob led by El Mayo decided he would take the fall.

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    4. 12:30 why don't you use a "name"? Some poster puts very good info: historical, political and criminal regarding the unfolding of events in Mexico but how to know if it's the same person? Wasn't Min and Mon gone when JHR became Tijuas alcalde?

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    5. I thought Julian Leyzaola was a good guy?

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    6. 11:48 Chivis knows more or less who this anonymous mouse is, why use a name?
      There is nothing there for me.
      Chivis, Quén te quere beibi...

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    7. 11:49 a good guy would not have been kicked out of Tijuas for human rights violations,
      Leyzaola is a former mexican army officer and military brutality is all he has to offer.
      Becoming a police chief did not turn him into a decent person, no matter how many times he shares the billing in NatGeo with agent Steve Duncan who should disassociate from leyzaola IF he is a decent guy...

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    8. I have never met Leyzaola. We dealt with SEIDO.

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  7. Good read. I have a feeling I once meet Duncan in San Diego. There was a lot of movement back in those years.

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  8. Chivis mandame beso,,preciosa mia ❤💋👄

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  9. Wow Serafin zambada is one free man worked out very well for him. Maybe it will work out for mayito Gordo as well

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    1. The KingRat™ ensures his offspring don't get decades of confinement, just got to live up to the name of SNITCHaloa and MG will get a good deal!

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    2. 2:17 what is the penalty for taking money from daddy and spending it?
      Only vicente zambada niebla took weapons against enemy AFOS, A real man of respect,
      glad he will be out soon

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  10. Great background from hard fighting agents. That means something in this war. No balls no glory but they do it for love of country.

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  11. I don't mean to ruin the party here...but hopefully in part two he explains where P1 is a vicious killer because here he made it sound like a calm dude trying to stay under radar...

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  12. I swear the narco world in mexico is very complex... I wonder who protects el mencho and what government agencies hes allied with

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    1. The MX govt is fractured and different parties play favorites to certain groups. Usually, the narcos are captured by the group in govt that is helping their enemies.

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    2. 4:41 as the opioid death toll grew on the US, production shifted to Mexico, and apparently La Mencha won the big contract from US pharmaceuticals, after proving his leadership by getting his boss and benefactor Nacho Coronel killed...

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  13. Thank you Agent Steve, I look forward to the rest!
    Mica

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  14. "Our efforts in law enforcement are reduced and undermined by our federal prosecutors in this case and our leaders whom go along with them": SPOT ON RIGHT THERE!

    By being lenient and generous with the capos their cases will not go to trial.

    So what???

    When there is a trial the capos and the witnesses spill the beans and the truth is exposed.

    The "leaders" Mr Duncan mentions DO NOT want the truth about corruption and the connection between the capos and our "leaders" to get out and are very much in favor of these deals.

    This way the flow of drugs continue unabated and the WoD goes on much to the satisfaction of our leaders and their constituencies/backers/interest groups.

    Our drug policy is such a sham that indeed all the people are being fooled for a long long time, which is what Mr Duncan points out.

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    1. Así mero está el asunto/negoció

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  15. More intel on this “el doctor” ?

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    1. He has a song operates in San Diego el doctor by marca registrada ...

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    2. 5:44 seek and you shall find, also remember to think critically of the info you discover and you can clearly see the picture of what's going on in TJ and NW Mexico.

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    3. @11:58 that's what I was thinking I wasn't sure is it the same guy from El corrido El doctor from marca registrada?

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    4. cousin of RCQ?

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    5. El doctor is a Arrellano Felix the doctor that marca registrada you talking about is a new guy.

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    6. Marca Registrada 9:09 is that an Ivan Archivaldo sponsored grupo? I have a suspicion it is from things mentioned in songs that not common knowledge, also a song in which he mentions the second escape of chapo right before it happened seems like they had info also certain things in music videos, I figured strong possibility they were or are a grupo sponsored and invested in by Ivan

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    7. Sometimes people overthink, the article clearly says who is who and think of the events that have been happening in the recent past. The bills have been due and are expensive and the collector has been collecting!

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  16. Any pictures of him ..booking photos

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    1. Just google his name. The ones you see of him with a full goatee are the recent and booking photos.

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  17. Steve,
    Thanks for emphasizing the fact that all the AFO defendants took plea deals, and the public never heard of all their bad deeds.
    Benjamin plea was shockingly low!!

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  18. Great content Chivis

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  19. I look forward to the next read that’s for sure.

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  20. Great report, Agent Duncan! I look forward to reading Part II and hopefully seeing more of your work at BB down the road.

    This era of Mexican organized crime is very interesting because we saw the Tijuana Cartel employing U.S.-born assassins in high numbers. I may be wrong here, but I think this was the first time we saw this phenomenon in Mexico at such a large scale.

    I'm glad you're bringing this era back to light for readers!

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  21. Great read! Thank you Chivis and agent Duncan.

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  22. great info, not to glorify barron but he was a straight up G he killed several chinolas at a club while helping the arellanos escape chapo's ambush, they where there to supposedly arrange a truce but chaputo is a backstabber

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    1. Barrio Boy Barron died like a pendejo, from friendly fire while assassinating a Zeta reporter for publicizing the AFOS and the hank rohn gangs.

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    2. Wow you have more insight that Barron himself were you there or did Barron tell you this in last week bbq?

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    3. The Zeta newspaper man did not die, only his bodyguard.

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    4. Arellanos were dirty pigs with no morals in sight. Don't forget them scumbags were responsible for the killings of 18 family members including women and children in Ensenada back in 1998. They were also responsible for decapitating Huero Palmas wife and throwing his kids off a bridge. Definitely nothing to glorify or admire there @7:37.

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  23. Good read, those cholos had it good down there for a while .

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  24. I don't know about you Chivis, but you are ok in my book.
    Allen new reader from Houston, Texas

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    1. You are suppost to be anonymous. Nobody cares where the hell you are from idiot.

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    2. 1155 have respect for newcomers,sorry 847 we have some fools in here, that thier parents did not reach them manners.

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  25. Making deals with these rats is sadly very common,the amount of violence and death usually to fellow mexicans is horrible,and they never get what they most definitely deserve.
    Man how ridiculous they look,small little guys with huge big heads thinking they look too cool.Barron was a pure rat that is admired by lots of payosos and fellow rats,fellow rats and snakes.We should admire the guys who put their lives out there to stop these dogs who consciously move drugs and death,anyone admiring these must be a scrub.

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    1. 3:23 how was Barron a rat? Provide info if this is your claim.
      He was killed via "friendly fire"

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  26. 33,000 homicides in 2019. Hopefully homicides will be down 32,999 in 2020. Good luck Mr.Amlo

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    1. Good luck? He did not do much to quell the high homicide rate in 2019. Yet what makes you think, he will do something in 2020.

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    2. @8:41 he did not do much? What the fuck are you talking about. Have you counted the number of people that have been extradited? Sure it's not going to stop the killings but it will make a difference.

      Fools like you never fail to amaze me. You guys make it seem like preventing a murder or running a country for that matter is not a difficult task. What are you doing, or what have you done to circumvent the high murder rates in Mexico. Do you know of any cartel stash houses in your parents hometown, and if so have you notified any local authorities? What steps are you taking in your political career to one day become mayor, governor or state senator where you live?... if none of what I mentioned applies to you mejor ni digas nada.

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  27. I dont think Chapos and mayos could have ever taken out CAF with out the help of US/Mex governments help.

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    1. They were at their height and the strongest cartel in the world at that time, damn right you would need some help

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    2. You mean just life caf have/had government on their payroll like any other criminal organization? All of them have police military government officials so what’s the difference? Besides who outsmarted and had the biggest pockets to pay more.

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    3. If the AFOs had not had their family friend Cardinal Juan Jose Posadas Ocampo threatening presidente carlos salinas de gortari right in Los Pinos because of the persecution, against AFO, they could have lasted a bit longer. But jorge Hank Rohn also attracted some as attention with his take over attempt of Las Vegas.
      WHY WON'T SOMEBODY INTERVIEW SALINAS?
      --add an offer he can't refuse, AMLO says Salinas de Gortari likes chorizo, like Zedillo, de la Madrid, beltrones, gamboa patrón, javier lozano, and EPN...

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  28. Caro -Payán is that el Chapo Caro a big timer back in the day ? From Badiraguato? Same guy?

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    1. Chapo Caro was Gilbert Caro-Rodriguez who was killed by the AFO in Culiacan in 1992 I believe. Caro-Payan was a relative.

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  29. Juan Felix aka Jonny was offered 33 year plea and ended up snitching on all his Logan homies straight eat same year Emilio Mainero set him self up to notgo back to Mx where he was going to smoked ended up snitching straight rat all at mcc San Diego Same time

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    1. el cabezon Emilio valdez mainero is free and they saw him at hotel del Coronado in san diego ca

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  30. Good read Steve and info. It was good to learn more about Gustavo, I hope they lock him up and throw away the key! Can't wait for part two.

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  31. Ramon was a real badass mther fcker..
    He hunts his enimies like a whiteshark.
    An article says that if he has the opportunity he always lead to confront anyone of his enimies.
    Barron is a cold blooded murderer but cannot poise when ramon is around.
    The guy has guts and have a bigballs.
    But his not that smart thou...
    Shoot first bfore asking kind of person.. Very dangerous. Lol

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