Monday, August 10, 2020

Los Rojos leader El Carrete is sentenced to 20 years

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY Gus


The attorney general’s office [FGR] has announced the sentencing of Santiago Mazari Miranda, also known as “Carrete”, “El 8” or “El Señor de Los Caballos”,  who is  leader of the criminal group “Los Rojos”.

"Los Rojos" home base is the state of Morelos, where they distributed cocaine for national consumption.

His 20-year sentence will be served in Federal Prison No. 2 “Puente Grande” in the state of Jalisco.




20 comments:

  1. Far too little time for the numerous torture murders this guy authorized. Carrete and Los Rojos were massacring little towns in the sierra. Not a surprise that the pueblo turned on him and allowed Don Necho and Los Tlacos to hunt Los Rojos without interference. Honestly, Carrete is lucky that he was arrested otherwise he would have ended up dead like Teniente.

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  2. Good riddance! Have fun pinche Carrete.

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  3. How can he be sentenced so quickly? He was only captured months ago? How is this done while others such as Luis Arellano Sánchez, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, etc are still toiling around in pretrial hearings?

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    1. If you have lots of money you can slow down the judicial process. That way, when you get to trial, you are more likely to get a positive outcome because evidence gets old and misplaced, witnesses lose some of their recollection or are unavailable to testify, etc. Once you are sentenced for some lesser offense, you have already banked enough in-custody time to be out very quickly.

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    2. He quickly outlived his usefulness (bribes).

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    3. Probably doesn’t have the money to keep fighting the legal battle. Remember he was heavily relying on extortion and kidnappings when he was out, he wasn’t a “mover”

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  4. He won't last long in there.

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  5. I like how they all have to look hard instead of smile in their photos

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    1. Facing decades in prison and the constant threat of being killed in prison after being tortured by the cops I dont know why they aren't smiling either.

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  6. @12:02 This guy was a small fish compared to inge and vicente

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  7. I hope and pray there's hope for MX. Do I can go visit..
    SHOUT OUT TO CHIVIS AND COMPANY...
    RUBIO NYC

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  8. Carrete suffered the same fate as Marro, 2 semi established drug trafficking leaders that made too much noise and showed up on the radar of the bigger orgs

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  9. Do cartels usually run the prisons in states they control? Or how does that work?

    Phelpso

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    1. Yea they do. Look up Topo Chico prison in Monterrey. Zetas had big control over the prison and luxuries. Some prisons they let the prisoners out at midnight to kill someone on the streets and come back inside.

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    2. 607
      For real,even supposedly burning bodies in Z controlled jugs

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    3. Nobody runa prisons without the say so of the warden,
      and Wardens give a break to select prisoners mostly on orders from above, like Stateville in Joliet Il, where Larry Hoover was the Boss helping elect republican governors through the families of his imprisoned inmates.

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  10. Mierdaaaa ..have fun washing chones just to get a meal.. thats what he gets for extorting so many hard working people

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  11. El carrete didn’t have many friends in high places it seems.

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  12. Your sentence is 3 lifetimes.

    Your parole hearing is day after tomorrow

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