Friday, January 31, 2020

Suspected drug kingpin extradited to Midland Texas from Mexico

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Thanks to the BB Followers sending this in ūüĎćSource



MIDLAND, Tx (KOSA) -- A suspected West Texas drug lord was recently extradited to Midland from Mexico earlier this month.

Benjamin Valeriano Jr. - who is also known as "El Cachitas" - faces multiple drug and money laundering charges in Midland County.

Despite reports by another local television station that Valeriano was arrested in Midland, US Marshals tell CBS7 he's been in a Mexican jail for the last 11 years.

Valeriano was identified as one of the main operators of the Ju√°rez cartel. According to investigators, he worked for Guillermo Castillo Rubio, "El Pariente," who was considered the second in command after Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, who is known as "El Viceroy." Rubio was arrested 2012.



22 comments:

  1. Is amados son out yet? Vicente Carillo Leyva was apparently well educated, and efficient. maybe he will bring some order to the org when he is released, I assume the heir apparent would carry clout in Colombia, able to source from the uraba√Īos or Norte del valle or FARC or whomever has the best chit.

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    1. @2:57 yes. Seems like he’s been keeping a low profile. Not much has been heard since his release

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    2. He’s out already

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    3. His fathers org is far out of his reach. He may be well educated but he was not a cartel leader. Just a dillusional son trying to reclaim his fathers legitimate businesses and wealth from people comfortable enough to know they will have no reprocussions after the death of amado

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  2. Curious to know how many more individuals will be extradited to the US for drug trafficking? Moreover, the commitment of individuals to participate in what seems to be a sure extradition process for most?

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    1. Mr.3:12 I estimate for this year, 200 will be sent to USA.

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    2. About 200-300 this year.

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  3. I know one of the DA's there... he's screwed.

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    1. Very much so! They aren't lenient and If he goes to trial, It'll be worse. The DA will focus on his cartel activity, Knowing it will scare the jury.

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    2. Time served, this extradition is not worth the gas or the fuel used in the process or the aigroplanos, somebody is just trying to build a career through prosecuting "mexican cartel members" with no recent knowledge or contact with their organizations.
      Of course, the Juarez Cartel had many american partners, including in El Paso, Tejas, who are not mentioned or referenced, because it goes WAAAY UP THE CHAIN O' COMMAND...
      Still, Rafael Aguilar Guajardo, the DFS commander who replaced Pablo Acosta until AMADO Carrillo Fuentes bumped him off in Cancun, made sure we know the CIA was in on it with their DFS puppets, "created to fight communism" but turned drug traffickers...
      --No US or international banksters were hurt with this comment, I hope.

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    3. DA is state system. He is being processed through the federal system.

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  4. Excellent another one in the slammer.

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  5. Vicente Leyva is out, but I doubt he ever goes back to Juarez Cartel trafficking.

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  6. Vicente Carrillo Leyva was released on June 12, 2018 I believe after serving 9 years 2 months and a few days in a Federal Mexican jail en el penal de Occidente en Jalisco Mexico

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    1. Lil Vicente learned his lesson about asking too many questions and trying to take back his fathers legitimate businesses/money laundered. He’s best left in the shadows, drug trafficking is not for him w/o his father/uncle present

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    2. @2:28 that was the word in the streets in juarez last time i visited, the carrillo fuentes are no longer the bosses of la linea or cdj.not confirming or denying as its wat the streets say.

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  7. Wow a lot of cartel members getting extradited I guess chapo was cartel patient x to start the extraditions. Good but then again there will more escapes and violence and innocent that either help to escape or end up in pieces. Next one extradited let’s see if menchos son before he escapes

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  8. You got the title backwards chivis. Guy would be lucky as hell if he was extradited to mexico

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  9. Lookit, I know nothing. But I bet this is part of a pact between the Mexican President and Donald Trump. Stall your declaration of Mexican DTO's as terrorists. In return, Mexico will hand over mid-level narco lieutenants.

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    1. Oh mexican government officials colluded with criminal organizations are playing the north american government? Sounds about right!

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  10. What does "el cachitas" translate to?

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  11. This guy will die in prison. The Americans dont f around. They will lock you up so long you'll want to take your own life. "better a grave in mexico than a cell in the U.S"

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