Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Doctor who assisted in torturing DEA agent Kiki Camarena, now operates a taco shop

Chivis Martinez  Borderland Beat  TY GUS  NY Post

                                          Narco doctor with sons as he arrived back in Guadalajara

The Mexican cartel doctor accused of torturing a US Drug Enforcement Administration agent in the 1980s has been hiding out in Guadalajara, Mexico, running a taco restaurant and denies any involvement in the crime, Fox News reported Monday.

Dr. Humberto Alvarez Machain — who allegedly worked in the Guadalajara Cartel when Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán was a young lieutenant — was part of the group that kidnapped, tortured and eventually murdered DEA Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena in 1985, Fox reported.

Camarena, whose story was told on the hit Netflix series “Narcos,” was extremely close to cracking open a million-dollar drug pipeline from Mexico to the US when he was kidnapped on the way to lunch with his wife, the DEA has previously said.


For two to three days, Camarena was tortured and cartel leaders used Machain’s medical knowledge to keep him alive — injecting him with drugs so his agony would last longer, Fox reported.

Federal prosecutors tried him for the crime in 1992 but the case was ultimately dismissed for lack of evidence and he’s been free ever since, Fox reported.

“Even to this day, there’s a current ongoing investigation into Kiki’s death,” Terrance Cole, a retired assistant regional director of the DEA in Mexico City, told the outlet.

Fox reporter Lara Logan traveled to Guadalajara as part of her “Lara Logan Has No Agenda” docu-series on Fox Nation and tracked Machain down to confront him.

With some help from the DEA, she was led to a sidewalk taco restaurant that Machain owns.

“Did you have any involvement in Kiki’s death?” Logan asked the doctor outside the restaurant.
“Absolutely not,” Machain answered through an interpreter.

“Tell her that since I left the United States prison, I’ve been here at this little business and keep enjoying it … I feel very proud that I was able to get out of a federal court trial in the United States.”

When Logan asked her DEA escort why Machain wasn’t in jail, he said because “there’s no justice for anyone here.”
DEA Camarena Machain 1992

30 comments:

  1. Mexican authorities should have arrested that women for harassment, he was found not guilty in federal court.

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    1. Yes, arrest her for harassment, but let the drug dealing murderers runs free..What a delicate little girl you must be to feel harassed by this woman.

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    2. Mexican authorities don’t know how to do a damn thing except collect their bribe.

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    3. What happened to innocent until proven guilty???

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    4. Yeah, how dare a reporter go try and interview someone?

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  2. Good job another slap in the face to the USA n DEA...

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  3. The CIA needs to visit his taco stand.

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    1. Yeah, snuff out that piece of filth.

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    2. Let us not forget of CIA complicity in the entire Kiki Comerana affair.....

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    3. Kiki has a lot of bad ass DEA brothers & sister in DEA that will never forget....plug....ADX Branch ll Florance ?
      And Taco bender will probably meet his maker REALLY SOON .... Too. You arm-chair guys can only pretend ?

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  4. The torturing sack of shit should definitely be in a cell, but so should several employees/ and or assets of 3 letter agencies that facilitated and or participated in this tragic event. The authors of this, or those who at least allowed it to happen in order to further political agendas are living a damn site better than this taco purveyor. F him too though fo sure. DO NO HARM. That is the Dr’s oath. Shooting uppers into someone so that they remain conscious during torture is beyond deplorable. I practise the live and let live philosophy, but in this case live and let die seems appropriate.

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    1. Could you imagine being a 100% honest, blue-blooded DEA agent really truly believing that you are working to curb the influx of narcotics into the US only to find out during your torture and slow agonizing death that the people who employed you were working against you the entire time? How sickening a thought...

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    2. Can’t imagine what he was thinking while being tortured as a party went on at the same compound. A party attended by no less, certain 3 letter agency personnel running black coke ops. Slap in the face does not even begin to describe how he must have felt. I wonder if any assets he recognized or knew popped in to watch the show for a while before getting bored and returning to the freebase fuelled free for all.

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  5. A taco shop, and makes extra bucks killing for the cartel.

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  6. Just pay someone 3000 pesos to wack this clown in his taco shop. Case closed..

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    1. Why would anyone wanna wack him?

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    2. 2:56....Some of us here are against the torture and murder of 100% honest members of law enforcement and/or civilians.

      Even others are unsettled that someone who was a trained medical professional would use his knowledge and skills to prolong the agony of said innocent persons.

      Some of us may even dislike it so much that we would wish a similar death to such a person as this doctor.

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    3. 256 because of what he did in the past, read the article.

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  7. Hamburger Stand Guy's evil brother

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    1. Haha, epic. Thinking the same.

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  8. Everyone from the Dea to the Mexican authorities were in on it and making money. This case is done!!!

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  9. Why does a doctor run a taco stand? Keeping people alive during torture, was a common Nazi practice in the KLs. Think Mengele, Himmler, Hitler . . .

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  10. Damn what a scum bag for reals tho
    Puro cochinero

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  11. I’m surprised Caro hasn’t whacked him yet
    Y me das 2 de pastor 2 de Tripad y uno de langua pa llevar mi compa. Pa tomar una tecatona Compas.
    Happy New Years / Feliz año Nuevo

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  12. There is rarely justice for any victim anywhere.

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  13. Machain is guilty as hell. He should be in jail along with RCQ they both were involved with camarena's murder.

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    1. Felix ‘El Gato’ Rodriguez would he the guilty party. Read upon the subject a bit more. RCQ was the scapegoat. The government are the real cartel bosses who let these other people do the dirty work and then have no problem disposing of the hired help.

      "In interviews with Proceso, Phil Jordan, former director of the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC); Hector Berrellez, former DEA agent, and Tosh Plumlee, a former CIA pilot, claim that they have evidence that the U.S. government itself ordered the murder of Kiki Camarena in 1985. In addition, they point to a sinister Cuban character, Felix Ismael Rodriguez, as the murderer.

      “It was I who directed the investigation into the death of Camarena”, says Berrellez, and he adds: “During this investigation, we discovered that some members of a U.S. intelligence agency, who had infiltrated the DFS (the Mexican Federal Security Directorate), also participated in the kidnapping of Camarena. Two witnesses identified Felix Ismael Rodriguez. They (witnesses) were with the DFS and they told us that, in addition, he (Rodriguez) had identified himself s “U.S. intelligence.”"

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  14. Machain was kidnapped by ex-judicial police. Then taken to El Paso and turned over to the US authorities. His case was thrown out by a judge (I believe in Southern California)due to him being kidnapped. They should of just shot the SOB. By the way he has not been hiding out in Guadalajara. He lives freely

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  15. Maybe Max Gomez would testify against the Dr?

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