Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Zetas leader Z-42 worried about extradition to U.S.; judge grants him motion to prevent a prison transfer

"MX" for Borderland Beat
Omar Treviño Morales ("Z-42")
A Mexican federal judge granted a motion to Zetas leader Óscar Omar Treviño Morales ("Z-42") that prevents him from being transferred to a different federal prison from the one he is currently in. This motion was also extended to high-ranking Zetas member Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Díaz.

Z-42 is currently behind bars in the Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1 (also known as Altiplano), a maximum-security prison in the State of Mexico. The judge who granted the motion was Víctor Octavio Luna Escobedo.

Z-42 is worried about a possible "removal" (extradition) from Mexico. His defense argued that a prison transfer is usually a first step in removing an inmate from the country, and they told the judge to grant him a motion that prevents a prison transfer since there is no official order to remove Z-42 from Mexico. In the U.S., Z-42 is wanted along with his brother Miguel Treviño Morales ("Z-40") for drug trafficking and money laundering.

When his brother Z-40 was captured in 2013, Z-42 took control of Los Zetas up until his arrested in 2015. In July 2019, Z-42 was sentenced by a Mexican federal court to 18 years in prison for illegal possession of firearms and money laundering.

Z-42 taken into custody in 2015
He has other pending charges in Mexico. He is also under trial for the disappearance of 34 people in Nuevo Laredo in June 2005. He is also linked to the 2011 Monterrey arson where 52 people were killed and the clandestine mass graves found in San Fernando, Tamaulipas, that same year, where at least 193 people were killed. Authorities stated that he was widely regarded as a ruthless and violent criminal boss when he was active. If found guilty of these charges, Z-42 could face more prison time in Mexico.

As explained by Borderland Beat earlier this month, Mexican nationals with outstanding charges in Mexico cannot be extradited to the U.S. per Article 15 of the Extradition Treaty between Mexico and the U.S. Z-42 pending charges would have to be dropped or he would have to be convicted of them first before the Mexican government can approve his extradition.

49 comments:

  1. Amino our great commander z42 the whole of Mexico we all miss your great wisdom but we know you and your glorious brother 42 and el senor lazca are still running things we are here awaiting your every order the ambitious cdn is pushing for glory in your absences I’ll be coming for my usual visit to receive orders next month all of BB know who the big dogs in Mexico are not a rumour of extradition for you and lord 40 that’s who has the real power take note

    ATTE SCOTTISH ZETA. VIVA z42

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    1. haz de estar bien pero demasiado pendejo y el k sigue mas todavia pinche mugrosos de zeta bola de cholos vale ver ni aki ni aalla valen para purritita veeeeeer

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    2. Este Es mamachils del siciara007

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    3. El Lazca is totally still running things...

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    4. WTF?! Please tell us you're joking.

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    5. Sounds like 006 got tired of cheering for cds and flipped to Zs

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  2. Gods speed z42 we look forward to a nationwide party across Mexico on the day of your official release

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  3. So he's never going to the US like Chapo?

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    1. Little chaps wanted all the glory and fame of a movie star and ultimately put the nail through his own coffin making himself a household name. Upside to him losing trial is he has the opportunity to file an appeal maybe his defense will much better than claiming to be a poor farmer working for mayo next time around.

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    2. @9:34....

      EXACTLY!!

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    3. 9:34 el Chapo was wanted on the US to silence him, his partners do not want him talking, not everybody can be extorted and silenced on the US with a movie like American Made...
      The Zetas have nothing to damage anybody of importance right now, but there is Florida and Arizona and other States, bastions of integrity and corruption fighting for their reputation and their money.

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  4. Zeta leader is worried to end up in a US prison.......did he show any compassion when killing, beheading, kidnapping people? Good luck covid19 does not get you in prison.

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    1. Please leave him there, why would we want him in the U.S. Amlo needs to hug him

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  5. When you’re a prisoner, you can go to any prison (except for I. Mexico). That’s the silliest thing I have ever heard!

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  6. In the face of true justice, he whimpers like a child scared of the dark.

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  7. why was chapo brought to the united states then i feel that the united states has a double standard concerning chapo and it wasnt our business

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    1. The sole motivator of the US is $$$.
      That is why they extradited chapo for his billions. Not the same size fish Z40 not Z42

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    2. Good point made 7.03

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  8. They don't look tough when their in jail. Death penalty needed. Right to bear any kind of firearm. President taking photos with Chapo family.

    Thing are messed up in Mexico.

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  9. Can’t wait till they both get on a US prison for life. Apparently they aren’t that tough like they say. Cowards

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  10. hang both brothers in their cells.pieces of worthless shit acting like cowards now. But not when they were making soup of their victims and butchering and massacring them at will and no remorse. He stays in Mexico he lives like a king in prison. He is extradited and is found guilty he will die in ADX mentally disturbed and hallucinating. LOL

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  11. X2 for the death penalty. ALL of them are murderers.
    The way it is now, people join gangs with the idea of nothing to lose. Ending up in prison keeps them alive longer than staying on the streets.

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    1. 4:09 mexican drug trafficking capos have "insurance", their partners in high places in government do not want anything bad to happen to them.
      If you will remember, American Capo and Russian Gangster Rudi Giuliani also claimed to have insurance that would preventh8is incarceration on the US, and it worked..

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  12. I don't really get what happens in the long run with Z40 and Z42 then. Do they just stay in Mexico indefinitely because of these amparos? For their 5 years sentences or whatever capos end up actually serving?

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    1. According to Article 15 of the Extradition Treaty between Mexico and the U.S., the Mexican government will not extradite a Mexican national unless multiple conditions are met. Among them include:

      (1) - a Mexican national cannot be extradited if he/she is facing trial or has outstanding charges in Mexico.

      (2) - a Mexican national can be extradited once he/she is sentenced or absolved.

      (3) - if the Mexican national is serving a sentence in Mexico, he/she can only be extradited to the U.S. on other charges (thus avoiding double jeopardy).

      Once the condition(s) are met, it's essentially free game and up to the judge and/or lawyers to keep him or send him.

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    2. @MX: The conditions sound like escape valves on a boiler. Ah, lawyers and politicians...they are soooo smart to write laws to protect Mexicans from those nasty gringos.
      Mexico-Watcher

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    3. So technically Chapo didnt qualify to be extradited???

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    4. MX...as we discovered in cases such as chapo and mochomo, MX can circumvent these conditions by signing a waiver. In fact Alfredo's appeal points to this being abused in his case. Chapo attempted to do same before his trial....

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  13. Extradite him to US so we can put him in same cell as Chapo

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    1. With no guns and no goons.. this guy would kick chapo’s ass lol

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    2. They used to be cell neighbors in El altiplano

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    3. I regret to inform you that the request has been denied. Chapos cell has only one bed, not a bunk bed. Furthermore, it would not be feasible to put two in the cell, as we are in a covid19 pandemic,
      but do have a good day, please practice safe distance.

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    4. I regret to inform of the high risk that poses these inmates of they will want to make out with one another if they make close proximity jajajajaja

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  14. Z42 ends of in the US he will end up like his brother Jose. 20+ years in prison. The american's will make you do hard time. By the time Jose Trevino Morales is out he will be 70+ years old. What a waste of your life.

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  15. Anyone think z40 and his brother are still operating from jail? I wonder if they get special privileges

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  16. The two pictures of Z-42 are of different people...which one is really Z-42?

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    1. It's the same person

      https://www.reforma.com/aplicacioneslibre/fotogaleria/default.aspx?id=39965&md5=86eb60fe19e9d13efa4aa9e86c31b74b&ta=0dfdbac11765226904c16cb9ad1b2efe

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    2. Nah. Similar, but not the same.

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  17. The Deathly Viper Virus will get him in prison, no ventilators at the informery
    welcome to the prison system.

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  18. 3 square meals free medical dental sounds better than most Chinese and how Americans live now a days

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  19. "Widely regarded as a violent and ruthless criminal boss." Really, than why did his fat ass cry like a lil girl when caught. This dude is a punk lame
    with zero street smarts who was literally living large piggybacked on his brother's fame and notoriety to enrich himself and punish innocent defenseless people.

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    1. You don't get into the leadership of an organization like Los zetas unless you're a straight-up psychopath. He was just overshadowed by his brother, but he was just as ruthless and just as violent

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  20. Dont be worried bro ima call chavo del Ocho to get you out

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    1. 12:25 el chavo is no super hero,
      El Chapolin Colorado is the one, but he is charging to pay his piso.

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  21. Picked an early photo, looks more like 40 in that one, 42 was chubby as shit when captured hiding in Monterrey.

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