Tuesday, January 28, 2020

“I decapitated enemies”: the brutal confession of a hit man who worked for “El Chapo” Guzmán

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Infobae

“Guerrero, today you lost a brother, but you won a family, 20 brothers and I who are now a part of you. From this betrayal, a brotherhood is born, and so it will last. Think of it as a ritual that unites us forever,” said Osiel Cárdenas Guillén.




“I killed, cut off heads. I had a lot of work in 2008, sometimes several jobs a day” (sic) .

It is the sordid story of a hitman, whose name was not revealed, but who for years was part of the gunmen of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, leader of a faction of the Sinaloa Cartel and who today is imprisoned for life in a maximum security jail in the United States.

According to the testimony of this subject, published by blogs specializing in the subject of drug trafficking, the murder "was so simple that it began only with a call to my cell phone, but so ruthless that it culminated commonly in a beheading" in the streets of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

He located his armament and his equipment at his safe house, where he was given an image in the form of a photograph of his objective: a police chief who did not want to pay, or a politician who hindered the criminal aspirations of another.

The job was to wait for the order to attack, sometimes waiting for days. The victim became a target and could be found anywhere: his house, office, restaurant, leaving a mall, or in the backseat of a police patrol. Rarely do killers work to find their target.

At that time, an average hitman could earn up to $ 15,000 for each murder, but now everything is devalued, he said.

“Today, any neighbor's son takes a gun and is already a hitman. They operate without any care, they kill women and children,” said the criminal, who said he was a professional since his first job” at age 17.

El Mellado

Galdino Mellado Cruz “El Mellado”, was a founding member of “Los Zetas” and today is confined in the Chiconautla prison and who the government reported “dead” in 2014. He entered prison under the name Juan Luis Vallejos de la Sancha, to keep a low profile.

From there, he told journalist Ricardo Raphael some of the most horrendous passages he lived inside the organization, such as the occasion when the boss Osiel Cárdenas Guillén forced a brother to kill another for treason, in the middle of a blood orgy.

Osiel Cárdenas Guillén, known as “El Patron or“ El Mata Amigos ”, earned that nickname after killing Salvador Gómez Herrera in 1998, his friend and then head of the Gulf Cartel after the capture of Juan García Ábrego (left) in January 1996. As head of the organization he printed an unprecedented stamp of cruelty and "Los Zetas" the greatest exponents.

Osiel

"El Mellado" told about the occasion when Cárdenas Guillén discovered a "snitch" from among the ranks of "Los Zetas". It was Ciro Justo Hernández, who had changed his name and had not reported that he was Oscar Guerrero's brother.

The member of Los Zetas recalled that Arturo Guzmán Decena, Jorge Eduardo Costilla "El Coss", Alejandro Lucio Morales Betancourt, Heriberto Lazcano "El Lazca", Jaime González Durán "El Hummer", Mateo Díaz López, Jesús Enrique Rejón, Óscar Guerrero Silva , Omar Lorméndez Pitalúa, Ciro Justo Hernández and Galdino Mellado Cruz; They were in a meeting. All trained and swearing loyalty.

It was then that Osiel asked Justo Hernández to leave the formation. Ciro had changed his identity and had hidden that he was Oscar's brother. "El Coss" accused Ciro of being a snitch: he said he talked about more and because of him, the police were investigating the wife of "El Patron" and "the DEA knows things that should not be known."


He operated for several years at the border, in Baja California, Sinaloa and Sonora. And before the drug war escalated, he moved to Juarez where the boss Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán sent his men to fight for drug transfer routes to the United States.

After 20 years in the business, he couldn't take it anymore and withdrew.

"I have changed my life," he said while holding a Bible in his hands. He said regretfully, but the past weighs on his conscience.

“Many times you see how people look, with their heads permeated with bullet impacts. Those are etched permanently in the mind,” he concluded.

It is not the first time that a repentant hitman reveals the atrocities he committed in the past.

Osiel thundered:  “Here he who shits, cleans it! That is the rule and all of you are going to clean it, if you really want to stay with me. That includes you, Oscar. It is your decision: do you stay with your brother or do you come with us?” He shouted, in a narrative that was embodied in Raphael's "Son of War."

It was then that they moved to a safe house that was 20 minutes from where they were. Upon arriving, they saw that another group of men had already gave Ciro a good beating, to the degree of knocking out some teeth.

But the worst was yet to come.

Osiel asked Oscar if he was with him or his brother. When Oscar saw that there was no turning back, he decided to stay next to "The Patron".
 
Hummer
“'La Lazca' knelt by the chair where Cyrus was and with a hammer he slaughtered his bare toes until they became small fragments of busted flesh. Then 'The Hummer' approached and put a tremendous kick to the chest. Ciro flew back with the chair. Betancourt took charge of lifting him so that others could continue,” Galdino said.

Ciro begged for his brother's help, but Oscar did not intervene. “The screams inflamed the mood of the group; several began to enjoy the torture.  'The Hummer' took out a saw knife and, crossing his upper lip, tore off a piece of his cheek.”

Osiel ordered: "Make sure he suffers a chingo."

20 subjects with the adrenaline began to skin him alive. Later, "The Hummer" castrated him and Decena tied a firecracker to the penis, to tear it off. In the end, Cárdenas Guillen gave Oscar a nine-millimeter Colt-type weapon that he always carried and ordered him to give him the coup de grace.

When it was over, "El Patron" brought them together and hugged Oscar Guerrero tightly telling him that he was sorry for his loss.
 
Osiel
“Guerrero, today you lost a brother, but you won a family, 20 brothers and I who are now part of you. From this betrayal a brotherhood is born, and so it will last. Think of it as a ritual that unites us forever,” said Osiel Cárdenas Guillén.

After recounting the bloody passage, the former Zeta assured Rapahel: “It is not easy to describe the emotions generated by getting involved in such a thing; you feel fear, but it is not an unpleasant fear because it is loaded with adrenaline. You want to see more, more blood, more punches; you want to hear more screams and give it to you too, to give the güey a chilazo. It is not sexual arousal, because I am not fucking, but you do get excited and you don't want it to stop. ”

61 comments:

  1. Man that war Sinaloa cartel had with La Linea back in 2008-2012 in Juarez has to be the most brutal cartel war mexico has ever witnessed!

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    1. Yeah, back when Gente NUEVA started to extort locals

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    2. Naaa I would say the Zetas vs CDG and the rest was worst than that

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    3. The ones extorting was la linea.

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    4. No it was smaller local gangs posing as cartels

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    5. LOS EXTORCIONADORES ERAN LOS AZTECAS

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    6. @8:32 Gente Nueva vs La Linea war turned Juárez into a bloodshed 14+ killings aday in that city alone for 4 years and Plus they were Also killing eachother throughout the whole state, i remember chihuahua city in 2010 being the 3rd most dangerous city in Mex. There were more killings in Juarez then the whole state of Tamaulipas and these wars happened at the same time

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  2. So where is Oscar now?That torture was brutal especially for a relative watching I can't imagine!

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    1. Zetas founder Óscar Guerrero Silva is dead. He committed suicide in 2004 by shooting himself in the head.

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    2. @12:31 Oscar Guerrero Z-6 was one of the earliest Zeta that founder and one of the older among Original Zetas that were under Osiel Cardenas, he practiced in the 2004 Apatzinga, Michoacan Prison break. He committed suicide just one month after the Prison break, In February when AFI agents were about to raid his girlfriend's home where he stayed in Monterrey(CDS/BLO plaza at that time)

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  3. You are your brothers keeper. May he rot in hell for betraying his brother.

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  4. i never seen hitman using an M1A/M-14 lol

    Maybe mini-14s but that's only in Tijuana

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    1. Where does it mention an M1A/M-14? I read the article twice and still have no idea what you're talking about.

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    2. I've never seen hit man using a hammer!

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    3. Not many people would use a mini 14.

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  5. I will go throw up now...

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  6. I believe Oscar killed himself back around 2004.

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  7. Killer, and killed his brother. Must be hard to live with, how about all the women and children he killed. And their many like him.

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    1. If they only knew what is waiting for them on the other side!!!

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  8. Honestly he should have shot his brother and then killed himself.

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    1. Should of shot his brother then shot osiel then himself. Or osiel first then himself

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    2. Your comment got me confused 😐

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    3. He Just basically saying he should of shot osiel when they asked him to kill his own brother. Then shot himself. His brother was going to die just based on all the bs they did to him

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  9. Osiel calling it a ritual sounds kinda fake

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  10. Why is the world not outraged at this carp. Because they are criminals so it's ok? Or is it because of where it happened and the ethnicities of those to whom it happened? Not one of the privileged groups in the world? This reminds me of police in LA not caring about minority gang violence in South L.A. and East LA. Just let them all kill each other

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    1. @4:26 You know the drill. They're brown. Just look at the recent huge success of American Dirt. A book about a family of Mexican migrants written by a gringa. Apparently the publishing world thinks that a white American's story about Mexicans will sell more books than a Mexican story about Mexicans.

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    2. 5:59.....get off your racist skin color high horse. People like you are the ones that continue the hate and racism. Feel sorry for people like you that still use colors as an excuse.

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    3. Was the book published in the USA? Written by an English speaking person for English speaking people?

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    4. muh racist whites...give a break James Brown and go another song this act is getting old

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    5. Damn jamesbrown it seems like the racist isnt the one who wrote the book, but its you 🤦‍♂️

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  11. Galdino Mellado Cruz “El Mellado,err didnt we see pictures of this guy dead ? Very confusing

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  12. Maybe fix your title 😂 the brutal confession of a hitman who worked for "EL CHAPO GUZMAN" but the story was about ZETAS

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    1. that is the title of the source. It is confusing, but if you read it again the first part is about a sinaloa cartel sicario and the post evolves into the zetas and el mellado which I am not sure I believe.

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    2. This is a passage from a recent book, I know because I’ve read part of it on the forum once. The book is a mixture of truth and fiction but this whole passage was fiction I believe. Not that we wouldn’t expect such horror from cartels these days!

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    3. No to mention the " I decapitated heads" phrase. I believe it is meant to say "I decapitated people".

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  13. We all know this stuff happens but to hear about it in detail...this stuff is just evil pure and simple.

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  14. I don't understand why he was killed and not the brother? Anyway what a coward. I know it's easy to say now but no way I sit and watch my brother get tortured and be ok with them.

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    1. You need to read again the answer is in this article.

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    2. 8:01 if he had taken his brother side he would off been put on that chair too n suffer the same fate of his brother but yeah still a coward brother to have

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    3. My thought exactly! If he is the inner circle with his brother but changes his name to hide the fact that they’re brothers so he can snitch, why is he the only one to get punished? Did Óscar forget that was his brother? Apparently. Wouldn’t they suspect him of snitching too if he failed to inform them about his Brodie?

      Or maybe that was his punishment for failing to mention that his bro was using a fake name? U know punish him by forcing him to live with this burned into his memory

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  15. all the blood spilled... its 2020 and we still see the same thing going on

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  16. Cartel shit is disgusting..

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  17. El hummer thought he was tough but will shit himself in US prison when criminals boss him around.

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    1. I doubt that dude ain't getting bossed around by anyone. I ain't a fan of his but that dude is fierro. This is just a drop in the bucket of shit he did. Why you think us wants him

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    2. Agreed ain't no one gonna fuck with dude Mexicans run the US prison system anyway but this dude is a killer they'll think twice believe that!

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    3. I believe Hummmer was in the US military, maybe that is a reason. He was the Reynosa plaza boss before M3 who was the last widely respected boss with longevity of that city. 10:38 should read up on Hummer, his opinion will be better informed

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  18. No life sentence for osiel cardenas guillen?

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    1. He gave information so he is now a protected witness within the Bureau of Prisons. He'll probably be in the witness protection program when he gets out. My guess would be if he goes back to Mexico he won't last long.

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    2. Many get out of prison go back to mexico wiser and stronger then continue doing the same criminal activities. How is that going to help the USA eliminate those damn cartel terrorists? El guero Palma is still alive most likely running a big criminal organization with his old associates who are still out there!

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  19. So Mellado is still alive?Zetas were trained in how to become Zombies as well,whouda thunk it?

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    1. El Mellado is dead there was pics of him dead layed out.. apparently he was working with CDG he either stayed with them or flipped at some point

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  20. That pos osiel is due to be released in the year 2025 less than 5 years or so.. wtf

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  21. No matter how many times you ask for forgiveness or try to become religious you will not be forgiven if you have decapitated multiple people

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    1. Multiple people, eh? What's the cut-off point at which you won't be forgiven? 2, 5, 7, 12?

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  22. You see cartels kill anyone, any age anytime. Obrador is doing a lousy job, in his first year of enpt service 35,000 homicides for 2019.

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  23. Why does the us and Mexico allow this violence to continue just make all drugs legal

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    1. Who's going to sell the drugs? Who will gain to profit?

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    2. It's a Mexico problem not a USA problem.

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