Monday, May 11, 2020

Sinaloa Cartel operator who supervised El Paso–Juárez corridor is extradited to the U.S.

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Jorge Luis Sánchez Morales
Mexico's Attorney General's Office (FGR) confirmed the extradition of five criminals to the U.S. this morning. One of them was Jorge Luis Sánchez Morales, a high-ranking Sinaloa Cartel operator who was based out of the El Paso–Juárez corridor.

According to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, Sánchez Morales was responsible for coordinating drug trafficking and money laundering activities for the Sinaloa Cartel from the Mexican state of Chihuahua and the U.S. state of Texas.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) also believes that Sánchez Morales was a leader and founder of a Sinaloa Cartel cell based in the El Paso–Juárez corridor. The picture presented above was taken before Sánchez Morales was handed over to U.S. officials. His eyes were blurred by Mexican officials to preserve his presumption of innocence, as required by Mexican law.

Other suspects extradited
In addition to Sanchez Moreles, Mexican authorities also extradited Crespín Nene-Pérez, who is wanted by the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado in Denver. He is wanted for the 1998 kidnapping and murder of his girlfriend Bonny Lee Baker. Denver investigators stated that they believed Nene-Perez was living in Guanajuato as a free man prior to his arrest.

The other extradited suspect was Moisés Bernal Ramírez, who is wanted by a court in Cobb, Georgia, for sexual abuse against two minors. From 2005 to 2011, Bernal Ramirez reportedly raped his two underage grand-daughters (aged 11 and 4). The victims said that he threatened to hurt them more if they if told anyone about what he was doing to them. The accused was living in Temixco, just outside Mexico City, and was arrested by the Federal Police in January.

All five extradited suspects, as presented by the Mexican media
Another suspect wanted for sexual abuse against a minor is Ligorio Felipe García-Cruz. In 2009 and 2010, he reportedly raped the daughter of his ex-girlfriend in Harris County, Texas. These incidents happened when her mother went to school or work. After he was charged by a court in Harris County, Garcia-Cruz fled to Mexico. He was arrested in Mexico City in January.

Salvador Martínez was also extradited to the U.S. to face drug-related charges in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas. He faces drug trafficking and organized crime involvement charges and is believed to have been part of a drug ring in the Dallas area that distributed methamphetamine. 

All five suspects left Mexico from the Toluca International Airport and were sent to different cities across the U.S. to face trial for their charges.

17 comments:

  1. “presumption of innocence” when the police and govt already know they raped, butchered, maimed, gutted, executed, murdered, robbed, kidnapped and countless other acts of satanic violence. Well, welcome to the USA where you will die in a concrete box motherfuckers. You child fucks are as good as dead wherever they house you.

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  2. Wow CDS rapist

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    1. What story did you read? Never mentions a cds rapist in this story

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  3. @ 2:44 Yes
    I am amazed the other dark side of the drug world is not exposed more
    A child NEVER NEVER EVER DESERVES TO BE ABUSED
    I personally would love to cut his dick and or nuts off and watch him bleed to death No choping him up no death Just cut off his dick put him hn a locked cell alone. We will see how much his sorry prick means to him

    I know child abuse is all over the world and it hurts my heart to know this Its depressing disgusting and moraly wrong in every way

    I understand many can't and wont or dont want to see it, or hear about it
    But that does'nt change the fact
    that drugs have drivern it over the top. I hope that any man boy teen woman that hurts lil one goes to burn in hell and afterlife for them are nothing but road kill

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  4. Lol they provide cartel members with face masks for Corona virus, say mx why cover there eyes. They're going to the slammer anyway.

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  5. CDS has juares on 🔐

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    1. Say that in Juarez loudmouth.

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    2. Stop it with the Pompoms.

      Stupidity is never short of demand

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    3. No it doesn't. Never has.

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    4. You must not know whats goin on in juarez then cuz La Linea is pushin CDS out

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    5. 7:03. You and everyone knows that is not true. Quit wishful thinking or trolling.
      Juarez has Juarez on 🔐.

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  6. Another protective custody piece of crap cds rat

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  7. So people still think CDS never hurt innocents? That they always get girls because they are charming and irresistible.

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  8. I hope they cave your head in at whatever usp you end up at..cartel dont matter when your on your own and have a kiddy diddler charge on your jacket- hes FUCKED

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  9. The kids must have felt helpless and abandoned..
    Do you fancy having any of these paragons living next door to you?At the very least they will be punished in the US..

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  10. Excellent 👍 another one joining the prison population, I am surprised they get face mask to avoid getting the CV.

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  11. Why is it that mexico easily catch criminals that are wanted in U.S. but they sure cant catch their own or why not focus on catching their criminals first then worry about others

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