Friday, August 7, 2020

The return of Caro Quintero brothers, Rafael leading the Carborca Cartel and Miguel one year 'out' of Victorville federal prison

By Chivis Martinez  Borderland Beat

Seven weeks ago, images of a massive attack on Caborca, Sonora was registered.

A convoy of an armed commando entered the city and terrorized the residents of the city, with kidnappings, shootings and buildings, including residential homes set afire.

Daylight on the following day, social media was flooded with video clips of the culmination of the night of terror, in a scene that looked like something out of a horror movie.  Drivers passing by on the Caborca/Sonoyta Highway began calling in emergency lines reporting seeing a “pile” of dead bodies.

A dozen corpses found abandoned on the highway had been severally tortured before being executed.  It was the passersby that recorded the scene and uploaded the grisly images on social media.


The attack was a confrontation between two organized crime groups. Just the latest of a string of violence perpetrated in the past months.

A dispute between the two groups is the nexus to the uptick of deadly violence in the region.

One is the Sinaloa Cartel led by Los Chapitos the sons of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, El Chapo, which until now has maintained its lock in the region, according to the attorney general of Mexico.

The other group Carborca Cartel, is new but a very familiar face to drug trafficking followers allegedly heads the group, and he is in an all-out effort to take control of Sonora..... 

Rafael Caro Quintero.



Persistent Rumors seemingly now confirmed

Since the June attack RCQs name surfaced as the premier leader of the Carborca Cartel or “Sonora Cartel”.   Confirming this as fact has been almost impossible.  The fact that the DEA has reported RCQ is a leader of the Sinaloa Cartel has added to the confusion.

Other rumors circulating for two months is that RCQ brokered a truce between Chapito Isidro and El Mayo, as well as the El Ruso now working with RCQ. It appears that RCQ’s conflict is with Los Chapitos and not EL Mayo.  There are signs that Mayo has distanced himself albeit not completed fractured from the sons of El Chapo.

The separation by Mayo  appears to have solidified with the so-called “Culiacanazo”.  

In October last year, Ovidio Guzman was arrested. The Los Chapitos then took control of the city of Culiacán to force the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador to release Ovidio, who was held by state forces for some hours, but before the reaction of Los Chapitos could get even more violent.   AMLO caved to their demands and ordered Ovidio released.

For El Mayo, who has long sought to separate himself from Los Chapitos due to their impulsiveness, drama, and tactical errors, this event was contrary to what he believes in, which is no high-profile publicity.


When narco mantas (banners) appeared on Tuesday of an alliance between RCQ and La Linea there seems to be little doubt that the rumors from the past few months are true, not only is RCQ active he is leading the cartel and is hell-bent on rapid advancement in Sonora.

According to narco messages he has not only allied with La Linea, but also with the Chapitos nemesis, El Ruso.

El Ruso has been in a violent clash with Los Ninis of Los Chapitos, ongoing for months in Culiacan. Ruso (the Russian) a sicario working for El Mayo.

Some of the messages were sent to the president of Mexico. (read Buggs post which gives greater detail of the narco manta messages use this link)

In the narco mantas,  photographs were included of several people.

The message text aims to alert AMLO to the images who it is claimed are causing violence in the northern part of the country, such as Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Sonora, of whom at least two are linked to politics.


Miguel Caro Quintero 

There was less than an hour left of July 19, 2019, when a bus pulled up close to “la garita de Chaparral” POE into Tijuana, Baja California.  The bus was filled with undocumented immigrants from Mexico and other parts of Latin America, especially Central America.  Ironic, that the U.S. deports Central American undocumented immigrants into a country where they continue having a status of “Undocumented”, a dirty little secret I was made aware of when I began working with Mexico’s “Casa’s Migrante” during the Obama administration.

On this Friday night, mixed among the group of undocumented immigrants was a tall, slender, handsome man, mustached,  with closely cropped hair.

This man did not have to worry about being exploited by narcos, or the danger it entails subsequent to being dumped into a strange land without resources, for this man, a "rancher", had a car waiting for his arrival, which quickly shuttled the deportee off to safety.

The next day he was taken to the Sinaloa city of Culiacán, where he would enjoy a celebratory reunion with his family.

The rancher’s name is Miguel Caro Quintero, brother of one of the U.S. most wanted, the accused killer of DEA agent KiKi Camarena in 1985,  Rafael Caro Quintero, or RCQ.
Victorville and The First Step Act

Miguel Caro-Quintero had been released from prison, and not from Florence ADX supermax as most people were under the impression of.  He was at one time incarcerated at ADX but quietly transferred to a federal prison in Victorville, California.  He had been in Victorville for years; it is a medium-security prison. He was a model prisoner.

MCQ never cut a deal with the U.S., he never cooperated and never even sought a deal. His plan was to return to Mexico.... unapologetic.

In the end, his release was antedated to the scheduled October 2019 date, thanks to The First Step Act, which modified the previous BOP calculation of 47 days of good time per year to 54. He was sentenced to a 17 years in prison. 

This entitled MCQ to an additional 7 days per year of a good time. Plus time served prior to his conviction.

His crimes

Miguel Angel Caro Quintero was born in Caborca, Sonora 1963.

According to indictments, he is the founder of the “Sonora Cartel” or “Caro-Quintero” organization, which was comprised of leftovers of the Guadalajara Cartel, which was co-founded by his brother Rafael Caro Quintero.

Miguel was the head of the Caro-Quintero organization noted for trafficking large quantities of marijuana, heroin, and cocaine from Mexico into the U.S., and was involved in the production and manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Miguel was a DEA fugitive based on two federal indictments issued in 1988 and 1993 in the District Court for the District of Colorado, and two issued in 1994 in the District Court for the District of Arizona.

Miguel, along with two other brothers, Jorge and Genaro, operated the organization. Miguel himself was arrested in 1992.  However not only was he able to continue operating the organization behind bars, but by using a combination of threats and bribes Miguel was able to have his charges dismissed by a federal judge in Hermosillo via one of those special amparos that cite human rights violations.

The Sonora Cartel specialized primarily in the cultivation, production, and distribution of marijuana. The organization is believed to have owned numerous ranches in the northern border state of Sonora, where drugs are staged for shipment into the United States.

The Sonora cartel was a polydrug group, also transporting and distributing cocaine and methamphetamine.

Miguel calls radio station while being hunted

Miguel Caro-Quintero was the subject of several indictments in the United States and was the subject of provisional arrest warrants issued by the United States government.

In an act of astonishing arrogance, he phoned into a radio station in Hermosillo, Sonora, indicating that he was bothered by statements made about him, and that he was an innocent “rancher” and charges made against him by DEA were untrue.

In an outrage display of audacity, he then gave his actual home address and invited law enforcement officials from Mexico and the United States to visit him.

He was arrested by Mexican authorities in December 2001

After several months of cooperation between Mexico and the United States, Miguel was arrested for extradition in 2001 while he was riding on a truck in streets of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, a city in the north tip of Sinaloa, close to the Sonora border and in the same city where El Chapo was captured after his last escape. 

Agents of the Public Ministry of the Federation, of the Organized Crime Specialized Unit, Miguel. criminal association to distribute and import cocaine and marijuana, and for the distribution of said drugs.

Caro Quintero was arrested in the company of Elieder Salas Moreno, aboard a Chevrolet truck, gray, model 2000. 

At the time of his arrest, he was carrying a 38 caliber pistol.

There were no arrests warrant in Mexico pending for Miguel at the time of his arrest.

According to information provided by the PGR, Miguel and five of his henchmen negotiated in 1995 with undercover DEA agents the establishment of clandestine landing strips in the United States for the storage of drugs in Tucson, Arizona.

The head of DEA stated in 1999 that Miguel Angel Caro Quintero "has operated freely throughout Mexico, with a home base in Caborca, Sonora, where he controls his drug smuggling activities," and that "US investigations have corroborated the fact that he is colluded with some Mexican police chiefs, as evidenced by photographs in which he appears in meetings with police officers at his residence. "

According to DEA data at the time, "Miguel Caro Quintero controls the Caborca ​​areas and works in conjunction with his brothers Jorge and Genaro, as well as his sisters María del Carmen, Blanca and Lilia."

Change of plea

Initially, Miguel pleaded not guilty but in February 2010 he changed his plea to “Guilty”.  He never asked for a deal in exchange for cooperation.

He  was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Philip A. Brimmer to serve 204 months (17 years) in federal prison, followed by 2 years of supervised release, for his role in operating a large scale marijuana trafficking organization in Colorado.  He was sentenced to 60 months (5 years) for his involvement in an Arizona drug trafficking organization, to run concurrently with the Colorado sentence.  He was given credit for the time incarcerated in Mexico.

The defendant had previously admitted to trafficking more than 100 tons of marijuana from 1985 through 1988, resulting in more than $100,000,000 in payment being sent to Mexico.

Where is Miguel today?

There have been no rumors or narco manta messages about Miguel. 

 One has to believe that he is back in the family business, but at what capacity that is yet to be determined.

He is still young, and by his appearance in prison photographs sent to BB, he has never looked in better shape.  He looks even younger than before prison, and his in much better physical condition. See above left for the image of him in Victorville.

Sentencing hearing

Below is a 42-page document, a transcript of the sentencing hearing.  It is very detailed and interesting. Starting on page 8 there is an outline of the conditions by which he was imprisoned.  And they are bad. He spent over 8 years in isolation. And it goes down from there.  He was a model prisoner. BUT before we feel too sorry for him, read what the prosecution says was his accommodations while in Mexico.

He was originally in Englewood Colorado, housed in the SHU then transferred to high security at Florence and finally to Victorville California to a medium-security facility.  From there he was released. 

Finally, below read what he said while addressing the court at sentencing, his family traveled from Mexico to attend the hearing, including his wife and son. As for remorse, and his promise to never “make a mistake like that again…” well, maybe, maybe not, time will tell because at this point he is absent, no narco messages, no rumors, he is oddly MIA so it is the guess of anyone.


117 comments:

  1. Nah. someone is trying to frame RCQ and even his brother my guess is that CDS is pressuring RCQ to In a way tell the Cab orca Cartel to stop. But that’s some F up shit.

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    1. I'm also calling bullshit on this. Rafael simply doesn't have the pull he once had, and I highly doubt Chapo or Mayo's people are looking out for him.

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    2. Race “doesn’t have the pulll” LOL

      Is this the same Rafa that walked out of prison long before he should have and avoiding extradition to the U.S.?

      Doesn’t have the pulll....

      OK.

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    3. @1:30 Oh, are ya?

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    4. Rafael has the support of many old school traffickers and politicians for playing ball and taking his sentence. His family is crazy wealthy and they kept operating what he once started. He has the pull to to broker the alliances made and also with Mencho. It’s only a matter of time before chapitos are over

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    5. I agree with you; regardless of the pull they have or once had, the Caro Quintero brothers have never had their M.O. being one of extreme violence, as we have seen in the Caborca region lately. Lito and his people? Yes, and mostly as a response to El Cazador and los Costeños.

      Still, here's the question that bothers me: RCQ, having spent so many time behind bars, knowing the business, learning, having all the time of the world to think, would get out all guns blazing, becoming CDS' capo? That to me, sounds like bullshit. All of these mantas mentioning RCQ, to me and some people that knows the CA family, agree that they have nothing to do with him. Him and his family don't do business like that. They never have, why start now? Maybe the times call for it? Still, it doesn't make sense in this head of mine.

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    6. @6:31 Old guard taking what's theirs.

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    7. @1:16, I don't know man, the m.o. was to buy their way, entice people to do business. You might be right though...

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    8. @5:05 Ever since the Z appeared, the militarization of cartels changed the game and the old heads knew this along with the PRI government, hence why CJNG was formed with the ISIS style. Peña Nieto sexenio is where Chapo was hunted down, Rafa was freed and CJNG grew stronger as ever. "No se puede tapar el sol con un sólo dedo".

      Los que piensan que Mencho es un héroe están pendejos, otro grupo de choque más del gobierno solamente.

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    9. You most not of herd of lucio Cabañas and Genaro Vazquez they started a paramilitary movement they used radios and rifles and handguns much like the cartel now days so the cartels got there ideas from them

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  2. Those TWO old school brothers are going to take the CHAPITOS to SCHOOL
    THOSE guys DON'T stand a chance..

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    1. Haters gonna hate.🤷‍♂️

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    2. And why is that because the brothers are some kind of 10 star generals that have lead many sciario victories to take over plazas..blah blah blah winner of this war is going to be who ever has the biggest war chest cause that buys you that authorities at all levels

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    3. @9:47 Don't agree. It's all a matter of their respective crews:
      - the Chapitos attract younger guys
      - the RCQ clan attract family members of their associates

      The Chapitos can attract young, wild and desperate ones with no otjer prospects in life (and there are many many of those in Mexico). These guys take risks and want change now.

      The RCQ organisation is more disciplined, conservative and risk adverse.

      In a sense its a battle between generations and management styles.

      I wonder which organisation has the most soldiers on its payroll.

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    4. 10:19
      Explain how is that hate?

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    5. 10:19 is the prime EXAMPLE of a cheerleader 😆

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    6. 10 star generals 🤔🤔😂😂😂😂😂

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    7. I agree @12:08. Chapo giving his kids that power at this age was a horrible decision. CDS would be way better off with damaso and Mayo running the org. These young guys are most of the time hooked on their own supply (fentanyl with coke) terrible for business. They care about now and not about the future.

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    8. Los Chapitos are hitting their 40's they're not that young anymore.

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    9. At 1144 so chapo had a choice to go to u.s prison..lol these young capos have been groomed to run the family business.. so how old was rcq when he was jefe de jefes..60 50 70??

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    10. You cant compare the two. Chapitos will run Sinaloa and RCQ will run Sonora. Either way CDS product still goes through Sonora so....The only differences are that the Quinteros will get a cut and they'll be moving CJNG weight as well.

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    11. On The Wedding photo, the woman in the middle is Sara Cossio Vidaurri, nieve of a former Jalisca governor "kidnapped" by Rafael Caro Quintero's charms and found in his arms when Rafa was arrested in Costa Rica where Rafa was conected to more CIA/US drug traffickers and had a residence, THE MUSTACHE PETE GUY IN THE HAT may be RCQ himself.

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  3. This is a quality report, and up to date. The pic of Miguel is killer, you can tell he is slim and different looking.

    I have only read 10 pages of the transcript at lunch I will have some great reading material. thank you BB-chivias

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  4. 9:47 Its Linea and Beltrans also if Mayo doesnt help Chapitos are done.

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    1. Mayo is working with both. And Chapitos have more pull than Mayo anymore

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    2. @3:52 And your nieve?

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  5. La Gente de la Sierra no sirve para nada? Vamos haber si cierto putos loafer wearing gueberos, arriba choix 😈

    -payan

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    1. Lol loafer wearing 👏 that was a good one

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  6. Los Chapitos andan cobrando piso en Sinaloa. Algo lo que mucha gente no sabe ni la linea cobran piso ala chingada

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    1. En Sinaloa no se sabe nada de deso. Ni en Durango. Puro billet rola aqui

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    2. 10:29 no hace falta cobrar piso en Sinaloa cuando les pagas a tus sicarios 1000 pesos por semana y les quitas todo lo demas de ganancia para los jefes. Por eso se meten familias emteras a la mafia en Sinaloa. Porke ya 5 miembros de una familia trabajando son 5 mil pesos semanales que ganas entre ellos y marca. Por eso son unos pinches muertos de hambre todos aya jajaja

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    3. Todas las mafias cobran cuota ya. Todos aprendieron ese truco de Los Zetas.

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    4. August 7, 2020 at 10:12 AM
      NO COBRA PISO..... SI ESOS CABRONES SON CAPACES DE LO PEOR... QUIEREN MUCHO A SU GENTE PERO NO HACEN NADA POR ELLA.... COMPARA A CDS Y CJNG... COMPARA CULIACAN Y GUADALAJARA CON JUAREZ...

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    5. @1012 that’s believable. Also I know for a fact that líke you say, Linea does not charge piso. In fact they discipline any one that tries. They urge the community to report any attempt at extortion. Only people that get taxed are the outside cartels that pay to get their shit across.

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    6. @1:38 Oi esas pendejadas. No amigo, no mame jaja. Los muertos de hambre son los que cobran piso en donde sea.

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    7. Facts @1:38 how much were they offering civilians to join the fight to save ovidio? Like $200 pesos lol and even if it was 2,000 it’s still unbelievable

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    8. The Sinaloa Cartel is full of cheap bastards.

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    9. los chikinarcos son unos descarados no les importa nada pero van aprender de una manera o de otra el respeto es mas valioso que el billete

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    10. How many billions of dollars are the Chapitos making every week from the sinaloense people paying piso???
      I am sure somebody is lying their ass off their maffs.

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    11. 11:00 pm No sea pendejo usted amigo. Como se van a morir los Chapitos y MZ de hambre cuando les quitan a su gente toda ganancia y les pagan 1000 pesos por semana de salario? Por eso no les cobran piso a estos. Ya fuera demas que les quitaran tanto y les cobraran.
      12:24 the Chapitos of Sinaloa do not have to charge piso to their dealers when they take away smaller drug dealers money and earnings and only give them a base salary of around 1000 pesos a week. This is also why entire families join the mafia over there. They starve to death with that kind of pay.

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    12. @2:28 Están hablando del cobro de piso / cuotas a los civiles, pendejo.

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    13. 12:24 hate to be that guy but the Chapitos make $0 billion dollars per week. Tens of millions per week in dollars? Sure it's possible, more than likely in fact. But billions of dollars? Never in 1 day, probably not even in the whole year!

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  7. Like Osama, their ass is grass. RCQ is center bulls eye for the DEA. Cannot be a leader for long with a ten million dollar bounty on your ass. The Saudi was betrayed and so will RCQ et el.

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    1. 20 million tonto

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    2. It’s 20M not 10....reading about these negative issues is your hobby huh. You should get a dog or start working out...anything productive would be good

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    3. The bounty is $20 million for RCQ.

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    4. And isnt menchos 10?? Wonder who goes down first- mencho isnt going alive imo..
      Either way, aint NO WAY the dea/feds paying out 10, or 20 million- they wont give you shit

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  8. Show this show is going to get much better. I'm waiting patiently.

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  9. Animo Sicarios!
    It does not matter who RCQ makes alliance with, Sonoro is 100% Chapos !

    We have began a restructuring of our Special Forces teams .
    Gente Nueva Special Forces Tier 1 Operators will continue to provide protection for Ivan and his brothers
    Gente Nueva Special Activities Team 2 will take care of Guanajuato
    Gente Nueva Combat Application Group will take care of Sonora
    El Cholos Special Air Service will be in charge of Jalisco .
    Gente Nueva Team Tiger Green Berets will take care of Chihuahua.


    New People 006

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    1. Animo Sicario 006!

      There’s nothing for your precious Gente Nueva to take care of in Guanajuato and Jalisco. Those are CJNG territories! You should focus all your manpower on cleaning house and getting rid of that old fool Rafa because he’s making ur cartel look pathetic. Take care of him first then come deal with us.

      Caballero de Jalisco🏴‍☠️🇲🇽

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    2. Your Team tigers from Chihuahua are a big joke. They kill innocents because they are paranoid

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    3. 1:01 Is this supposed to be funny? 99 cent store 006

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    4. Love IT 😆

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    5. This is me Jaoquin. I won't say my last name. I've had a lot of free time lately. So I learned how write and speak English. Amongst other languages. I just recieved an iPhone 13 in my dessert. It's only a matter of time till the tunnel is complete. Till then stop all this in fighting. That's a direct order. Atte. JGL

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    6. CJNG NO LIMPIA NI SU CASA VA LIMPIAR OTRA.... BOLA DE TACUACHES

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    7. 1:01 the marina had to deal with marro cuz menso and his band of tweekers couldn't. What's your point exactly

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    8. Sicario 006
      I understand you try to make shit up To sound like your involve in the game but do your research first. Special forces (gb) are not tier 1, they’re tier 2 so stop making shit up and go back to playing call of duty.

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    9. Them Linces from Linea been whoopin Jaguar and Tiger ass up and down the sierras.

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    10. @2:24 Sicario 006 is obviously joking bro.

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    11. Y Durango Sicario 006?

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  10. Let him take out chapitos and then let the CIA take out RCQ. End of story.

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    1. Okay, so do you actually believe that RCQ is gonna take out Ivan. Because so far, they haven't even come close. They haven't even come close to taking out the chain of supply. And they haven't even come close in removing the power structure that is there already. Even in Sonora. Especially in Sonora. I know that these articles make it appear that he has made some huge progression. He is there, no question. But he isn't even close to taking out the power structure that exists there already. In places like Arizona, the drugs are even cheaper on the streets now than they were before this started. The price of methamphetamine has increased a little bit. Everything else has gotten cheaper. So my question is, how much of this is affecting Ivan's business? And how much of this has stopped the power structure that already exists in that area. Sometimes you got to look at the team. Now I'm sure that somebody would like to and the Guzman family wants in for good. But that family is pretty big and they also have a pretty big structure in Sinaloa. Chapitos aren't going anywhere. RCQ has a huge target on himself.

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    2. Okay, if the Russos were the Protectors of Mayo, why is it that they have aligned themselves with someone else? I'm in this space something, his children and his brother are rats. They gave testimony. They testified against Chapo. They didn't just testify against Chapo they gave information about politicians. They gave information about the whole structure as they knew it. This didn't only take down Chapo, it took down part of the organization. If people have a reason to be angry, why not be angry at the people who told? Deep Pockets are going to be what makes it through this. Having a 20 million dollar bounty on your head, while you're making yourself known, doesn't sound like the smartest plan in the world. The people that I always thought would make a Resurgence was going to be the Beltran Leyva people. And that is some of what you are seeing right now. Does that mean that they're going to take over all of Sonora and run the guzmans out of business? I kind of doubt that. There will be a lot of Senseless killing in the meantime though. And it will just be a lot more of the same old same old. And now Sonora which is normally quiet, is a fucking war zone. There is something going on down there, that is going to hit really big. I don't know how long it's going to take for it to happen, but it's coming

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    3. RCQ worked for the CIA. What motive would they possibly have to take him out at this point?

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    4. So Beltrans are making a resurgence in sonora? Do you think they might be helping rcq? If rcq linea blo rusos are together they might take out guzmans. That might be what's coming

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    5. Not just did he worked for the CIA , he also never folded when shit hit the fan and never gave anyone up. They will always take care of him

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    6. @9:23 You know your stuff sir.

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  11. Jajaja people here really think the quintero brothers and their little cartel can take out chapitos . Keep dreaming the chapitos wouldn't get into this war if they weren't sure that they can hold their own. Rafa is never going to take over the whole of sonora, the salazars, noveno and paredes would rather let sonora burn than lose their plazas

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    1. Well looks like it’s going to burn then

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  12. On the radio discussions between Ponchito and Nini the latter brags to the former about how he has a capo backing him (Ivan) while Ruso & Ponchito have no one. Now they have one of the most respected names in the game behind them. Nini 🤡

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    1. Most respected by who you? Narcos are dime a dozen now. Most respected no more like power hungry he wanted to come out and everybody now down to him and kiss his feet but found out things had changed. So who’s the 🤡

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    2. 11:20 respected in the drug world, obviously. I’d bet even mencho and other enemies have some level of respect for him

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  13. There was a corrido for miguel popular in late 90s

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    1. There´s a new one for Rafa called Don Rafael Caro Quintero by Chuy and Miguel Vega, basically it says Rafa is coming back for what was his and that the "young ones" should learn about heriarchies.

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  14. Stuff gonna get real when osiel.is released

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    Whats gis release date with good behavior?

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    1. ok....his date was November 1st 2028. however that is not taking in account for first step act adjustments. which is 7 days per yr so about 126 days

      they brings the new date...and he has to be approved but he should have no problem, his new release date is apx July 24th 2028.

      I can't remember if he gets time credit for his mexico incarceration. probably

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    2. 2024 chivis

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    3. I bet if they really tried they could get Mochomo a pardon from Trump

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    4. @1:23 It's a whole different ball game for Osiel, CDG is a mess. Osiel never called the shots bro, it's obvious. It was government behind him. They cleared the way for an unknown dude to take over and do as they said.

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    5. @1:23 Osiel ain't shit. It was gobierno all along.

      - Don Corleone.

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    6. Osiel snitched. If he steps foot in Mexico Zetas will find him.

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  15. I don't know why my comments get deleted because I'm a fan of this website and I have not said anything wrong, just quoted another website anyway, why their is no talk about the mantra found in guanajato about el marro? that was interesting

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  16. I hope theY make a narcos season about the return of RCQ

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  17. Ruso had no choice but to look for back up...RCC is bringing lot of heat upon himself pretty sure DEA is rubbing their hands waiting for the green light to arrest him...

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  18. Who went into Carboca and kicked up dust? Rafael gonna need all the help he can get

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  19. Sophisticated tunnel found in Arizona.

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  20. Lol @sicario006 Where were ya special forces when they got caught slipping and Mayo had to rescue chapo brats lol.

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  21. Valen verga los sonora

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  22. El príncipe se convierte en key !!!

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  23. He definetely snitched on someone to get transferred and released so early. Just because there is no record of it means nothing.

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    1. You need to read the whole transcript of his sentencing as the ADA clearly states for the record that he didn't cooperate. He had 3 attorneys that negotiated the charges he was going to plead to, 20 for one and 5 for the other to run or count at the same time. All his other charges were dismissed. Read so you understand what happened and don't just talk/write out your yoyo oloriento vatillo

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  24. Tip of the Iceberg. Caro Quintero clan has come back from the shadows. Their political pull is unmatched. These men are patient and now are striking hard at what was once theirs. Mega-Cartel coming soon as Tijuana and Baja will fall to these men. If The BLO coming to the fold is true then Chapitos time in Sinaloa is numbered.

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    1. Y’all acting like rcq is as powerful as he was back than. Why do you think los chapitos are fighting them because they obviously have the support to fight.

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    2. @12:41 Haven't you understood yet that there is a big alliance including CJNG to take out Chapos.

      Los Chapitos are fighting because they have to. I think they might end up retiring but after a long battle of some years that will cost a lot of lives from both sides. But it all depends on what políticos are with who in the end.

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    3. @12:41. It's not for nothing they were in prison for many years then step on the scene ready to take back what is theirs? Politricks in Mexico is a generation thing. Power is inherited. RCQ and MCQ maybe the future.

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  25. Quinteros brother had the cartel de colima and that cartel fizzled out as soon as he was arrested. Do you think in the state that crime is now in mexico in 2020 they can really build a cartel?

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    1. It was called Cartel de Sonora(CDS), Cartel de Caborca(CDC) or Caro Quintero Organization(CQO)

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    2. Your correct the colima cartel was the amezqua cartel. Nevertheless the sonora cartel was no more. When Quinteros brother got locked up. This guys arw playing with fire.

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    3. The State of Colima is a state
      barely bigger than Rafael caro quintero's ass.

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  26. I laugh at that Promise to not make the same mistakes hahahaaa sounds like a third grader promiseing ti be good
    And who in the world needs diamonds to fight a another cartel ? Again stupid Screw the diamonds and buy a decent gun, Mexicans and their EGOS

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    1. @3:33 Stfu, those guns are like another jewel or another expensive watch, it's a boss thing.

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  27. chivis

    This article is interesting and excellent work by you.
    You have evolved into a very good writer and researcher. The portion about Miguel could have stood alone it was that good. I knew very little about him just bits and pieces, but did wonder what happened after his release. The sentencing transcript was a great addendum. thanks

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  28. Though this looks like a fight between old school and new school, I think the winner will be determined by who can keep the money coming in, because wars cost money, bribes to govt officials/police need to keep flowing and soldiers need to be paid or they will switch sides.

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  29. Voy para el guamochilito y navaloto.

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    1. Some reporters confuse Sara Cristina Cossio Vidaurri with La Reina del Pacifico, when she was going or when she is old, others confuse her with Ana Karina Cossio Vidaurri Martinez, the beautuful secretary general of a Jaliska Teachers' Union...Sarah is the short stuff with the bride in the photo.

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  30. This would be awesome. If quinteros take over we can go travel Mexico like back in the days. Todo tranquilo. Hope Benjamin arellano comes out soon to clean up Tijuana and Toda Baja California.

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  31. The diamond .45 looks suspiciously like Quinteros 1911 that his lawyer in San Diego gave to the DEA while spilling his guts about Quintero.

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  32. been asking the same questions about MCQ nobodys seen hide nor hair. He's gotta be involved somehow. Traditionally the old guys always lose to the up and comers. failure to adapt, outdated mindsets. the dope game changes from time to time which means the players also have to change

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  33. He did not cooperate for the same reason others refuse to, he wanted to safely return to Mexico. Old school narcos are this way, its the younger ones who "talk". and making a deal is not the same as cooperation in exchange for a sweet deal

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    1. Exactly this. I know from a very buena fuente that MCQ is just livin' life, trying to make up for lost time with friends and family. I met him a long time ago. He's out of the game, people in here are still trying to link him to the cartel game. He's out, people.

      -BaBoZo

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    2. @5:12 No one is ever 100% out and you know this babas.

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    3. @11:16, you're right, but you can't deny that after those many years, the guy would want a break

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  34. When Nini gets murdered, that's when you know a deal has been brokered.



    ABK

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  35. From Frontier Sonoyta a Facebook based reporter that is amazingly still alive...the stuff he writes! There has Been a bunch of fighting in the Sonoyta/Lukeville area....The Memos have controlled this area for a long time but seem pretty worried about Caborca....the auto translation is sort a funny “ BORDER FRONTER SONOYT@... ⚠️⚠️IMÁGENES STRONG WE RECOMMEND DISCRETION ⚠️⚠️... #valledesonoyta... FIGHT THE VALLE SONOYTENSE... THE OTHER FACE OF THE FACE BETWEEN THE MEMOS OF SONOYT SONOYT AGAINST THE 24/7 OF CABORCA... THE WAR IS DECLARED BETWEEN THESE TWO GROUPS OF CRIMINALS, HERE THE MEMOS MESSAGE TO BARREDORA 24 / 7... (Here are the people of the sweeper 24/7 abelis and cochis, not even sending guachos you could rescue to your injured there is dead your old school and abelino tiger commander, all the ball of expensive that are in caborca and pitiquito, put it we're coming for you fleas. Expensive ruben. Juan Vaca, lagallo, zancudo, buddy, chihuas, expensive angel, yuka 04, canton, Avelino, and your expensive tico. ) IF THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTINUE TO WEYES, THE RESULTS OF THE FACE BETWEEN THESE KILLERS, TAKES TO SCALE THE URBAN AREAS OF OUR COMMUNITY... YOU HAVE TO BE ATTENTION...!!!...

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