Wednesday, January 15, 2020

8 suspected narcos extradited to the US

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   Reforma  TY Gus

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The Government of Mexico extradited eight suspected drug traffickers from the Gulf, Juarez and Los Zetas cartels to the United States, including Pedro Sánchez Arras, "El Sol", right arm of Vicente Vicente Carrillo Fuentes "El Viceroy".

The Attorney General's Office transferred the extraditables from different federal penitentiaries  to the Toluca International  Airport, where they were handed over to the US authorities and transferred to the neighboring country.

Of the so-called Juarez Cartel, three of its alleged members were extradited, the principal being Pedro Sánchez Arras "El Sol", head of the square in Parral, Chihuahua, and one of the lieutenants of "El Viceroy", who assumed the leadership of the organization after the death of his brother Amado Carrillo Fuentes, " "El señor de los cielos."

El Sol
His alleged accomplice, Benjamín Valeriano or Mario Hernández Cázares, "El Cachitas", who was identified as the leader of a drug distribution structure in the United States, where he is considered a person of "high danger" was also handed over.

The other extradited of this criminal group is Luis Carlos Vázquez Barragán, "El 20", supposed operational leader of La Linea, armed arm of the Juarez Cartel. According to the FGR, it operated under the direct orders of "El Viceroy", coordinated financial operations and ordered executions of rival groups.


Others  extradited are Gilberto Barragán "El Tocayo", one of the leaders of the Gulf Cartel and one of the 10 most wanted criminals by the DEA; and William de Jesús Torres Solórzano "The Come Worms" or "Commander William".

The latter is indicated as presumed responsible for the drug and money transfer of Los Zetas between Guatemala and the northern border of the country.


In addition to Roberto "A" and Jorge "G". According to the FGR, Ismael Laredo "Don Juan", leader of a criminal organization called Los Laredo and identified by the United States as one of the main groups of heroin introducers to its territory, is also in the extradited group.

Those extradited today were imprisoned in the federal prisons of Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nayarit, Veracruz and the Altiplano, in the State of Mexico. All were released and sent by heaven and earth to the Toluca Airport, from where they flew to the American Union.

Luis Carlos Vázquez Barragán, El 20, operational leader of La Línea. Coordinated the financial operations of the criminal organization; In addition, he planned and ordered the killings of members of rival organizations. It operated under the direct orders of Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, El Viceroy, and was responsible for drug transfer to the United States.

21 comments:

  1. People who are nobody anymore being brought to usa to waste tax payer money. This motherfuckers were detained in 2011. It be better to just let the loose and watch how their own cartel killes them so they dont come back into the fold. But some hot shit d.a. problably wants to put something in his resume. Keep up the bad work USA law enforcement agencies idiots. Keep wasting money bringing irrelevant random assholes from other countries. Like our fucking jails aint full.

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  2. El 20. Many may not realize that he was likely the shot caller in the Murder of a US consular employee and her husband as they waited to cross into ElPaso some years back. He gave permission for the hit in retaliation for the detention of his brother Socorro at the US consulate. 20 was a violent commander that was directly responsible for the Juarez police station bombing and oversaw Diego and Benny in the war against Maruffo and Chapo. I hope they have a box in Florence waiting for him.

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    1. No that was aztecas. El 20 or los Vasquez were in charge of the Nuevo Casa Grande area

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    2. I thought that was Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez aka El Diego?

      Didn't he confess to that murder in his interrogation video?

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  3. What about the Trevinos? Why are they not extradited?

    They know too many dirty secrets that uncle Sam wants to remain secret?

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    1. They probably won’t get Extradited

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  4. Some bad MexiCANs there. Original leader of Linea? You mean the group the government hunts? In order to aid AMLO'S cartel. Also none of AMLO'S people huh? I read the article y'all posted. And I was laughing in my head. AMLO'S gonna mess with his cartel? Lol no way Jose. He goes to church with that woman. Her church built with blood money. If it was anybody else. He would have frozen her assets. He's just pulling a Scarface here. Sending the people he doesn't want. Cause they're not from his criminal outfit. How they're treated ain't inhumane AMLO?
    El Smarto

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  5. Criminal sergio villareal barragan aka "el grande" from BLO is out of imprisonment already? Does anybody know if that is true?

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    1. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2019/12/sergio-villarreal-el-grande-freed-after.html

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    2. Damn it, he got extradited in 2012 and got out in 2019 that is not even ten years of encarceration. All that for traficking tons of dope and murdering over 90 people? Wth is wrong with america?

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    3. The irony knowing he is back to work..

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  6. LMFAO what you folks don't realize is that while these cartel members are incarcerated they are making associations with all the right people, more dope deals go down in prison than anywhere .....USA is supporting their enterprises

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    1. Nothing funny about that stupid idiot.

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  7. mexican gov is scared and sending low level narcos to the north, lets see if the us gov. take the bait. Go after the money they have in the US.

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  8. Welcome to the US guys. May your time here in prison be a Hell.

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  9. Excelent more going to the American slammer. Looks like bribe Money ran out for them. Furthermore, what about those cartel nuthuggers, that say ALMO will not have cartel members extridited? Look again it's happening.

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  10. Yipeee more narcos to prison! Not to worry once in US thier full names and faces 😉 will be shown.

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  11. I used to work with el 20s son el 22 or el cachorro back in the day he was a solid dude

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  12. Un mensage para los golfos de matamoros. Donde esta el popcorn? Antes habia popcorn en la frontera todo diciembre y enero este año solo una vez entro. Ya no valen verga ni mota buena pueden cruzar. Se matan uno al otro como pendejos. Mira ya reynosa esta con las jaliscas. Ya la gente de este lado se cansaron de indocumentados. Agarren la onda menos gente y mas material y material bueno. Asi como van no va a existir el cdg pronto. Y dejen de quitarle negocios a los inocentes. Y no pueden ni poner negocios ustedes porque tampronto mueren o los agarran el proximo vato mierda a cargo se lo va a quitar a sus familias. Dejense de mamadas ya alv.

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  13. What about the Trevino brothers are they working with DEA or paying off the President to avoid extradition.

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