Friday, January 24, 2020

Mexico Issues Arrest Warrant for "Mini Lic" in the Killing of Journalist Javier Valdéz

Chivis Martinez  Borderland Beat  diariolibre



The Mexican Attorney General's Office issued an arrest warrant for the alleged drug trafficker Dámaso López Serrano, for the murder of journalist Javier Valdez in 2017, federal authorities reported.

Lopez, best known by his nickname "Mini Lic", surrendered to the US authorities in California on the US border with Mexico. He walked across the U.S. border at California’s Calexico Port of Entry on July 27, 2017 and promptly surrendered himself to customs officers.

He is the son of the imprisoned Dámaso López Núñez who once belonged to the Sinaloa cartel.

Lopez allegedly opposed articles written by Valdez, and according to prosecutors, ordered Valdez murdered. Mexico will request his extradition, from the U.S. the Attorney General’s Office said Thursday.


After the capture in 2016 of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, leader of the Sinaloa cartel imprisoned in the United States, a confrontation broke out between the sons of Guzmán and López for the control of that criminal group.

22 comments:

  1. His a dead man if he hits mexico the ones who punk mencho have a bounty for his head and with sinaloa you don't play, if I was him I ask the USA to give me life in prison

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  2. this guy gave orders to mencho to send some guys and kidnapped the chapitos but they didn't count that El menchito would be kidnapped in oaxaca and used has trading by Chapo guzman and his hit squad " tu tienes a mi hijo yo el tuyo como me lo entregues te lo entrego" 701

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  3. sounds like mini lic has the rough end of the stick, after a failed attempt on the chapitos and currently snitching on a bunch of capos he still be locked away for a while but hell waits for him in mexico if he ever makes it, poor bastard

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    1. I'd could make a strong case for Javier Valdez actually having gotten the short end of the stick on this one

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  4. The US should let Mexico have him....he wouldn't last a week before his head is impaled on a clothes drying pole in the prison yard

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  5. Spoil little brat that killed this honorable reporter cause of a temper tantrum. Preyed on the weak when his double crossing father was at the cusp of power as Chapo's puppet. Than, when it got hot he flips and bites the hand that fed all his family. Revenge is a plate served cold and they will be waiting for him in MX. The mafia never forgets. He knows he is a dead man walking.

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  6. The plan to one day get even for his dad testifying against el chapo is in place. He will be murdered in a mexican prison.

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  7. Any trials coming up for the Damasos?... or we have plea deals so that nothing about high level corruption is revealed!

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  8. You know damn well the Sinaloa government cares a rat ass about justice for Javier. Somebody in Sinaloa wants him back home to chop him up into pieces.

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  9. Los Damasos son unos traidores !
    Nunca podran pisar suelo de Mexico

    Animo Sicarios

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    1. Y vicentillo de cartel de sinaloa que es??

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    2. 5:19 Vicente Zambada Niebla, el Vicentillo, es tu papa...
      Guilty pleas do not mean becoming rats, you also get a lot of breaks when you stop asking for the CIA to come and testify and make their case in a court of law, but you'd know nothing about it, looks like, Cemita.

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  10. They want him back after he finishes his sentence in US . I think we all know why

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    1. Hes a dead man for sure if he goes back

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  11. Didn’t el mini lic have a good time with that Mexican ig model with the big butt Jailyne Ojeda? If so that’s what money and narco status gets you

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    1. I think so, she was on his IG page!

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  12. Plan is in place for him and his fathers once sentenced is finish the will go to there grave in Mexico

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  13. Wasn't it chapos that killed that journalist?

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  14. Not a bad strategy. It should be applied to all of those who have cooperated with the U.S and walked away with a golden handshake

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  15. Probable snitched a little to much for the mex Gov liking.

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  16. Guaaaaaaa, about time.
    I will never forget that day.

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