Sunday, September 13, 2020

Sinaloan drug traffickers charged in NY, based on seizure of almost three tons of cocaine off coast of QR

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  DEA Presser Complaint from Chivis Scribd Page

Mexican drug traffickers charged with drug trafficking crime based on seizure of almost three tons of cocaine, all 3 suspects from Sinaloa

The Defendants Were Transporting the Massive Cocaine Shipment in a Go-Fast Vessel off the Coast of Mexico’s Quintana Roo State


NEW YORK CITY – Raymond P. Donovan, Special Agent in Charge of the New York Division of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Audrey Strauss, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Keith M. Corlett, Superintendent of the New York State Police, Peter C. Fitzhugh, Special Agent in Charge of the New York Office of Homeland Security Investigations, and Dermot Shea, Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, announced that Raymundo Montoya-Lopez, Abraham Alfonso Garcia-Montoya, and Felizardo Diaz-Hernandez were charged in a criminal complaint in Manhattan federal court with conspiring to import almost three tons of cocaine into the United States.  The charge arises from a September 1, 2020, seizure by Mexico’s Secretaría de Marina (the “Mexican Navy”) of approximately 2,960 kilograms of cocaine off the coast of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.
DEA Special Agent in Charge Raymond P. Donovan said:  “Law enforcement thwarted cartel plans to saturate the American drug market with cocaine by intercepting over three tons of cocaine heading towards American towns.  This international enforcement operation has saved lives and reemphasized law enforcement’s commitment to keeping America safe from drug trafficking, drug abuse, and violent crime.”

Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said:  “As alleged, these defendants are responsible for the attempted importation of more than three tons of cocaine into the United States.  Thanks to the work of the DEA and the Mexican Navy, the shipment was interdicted and the defendants are in custody and facing federal prosecution.”

HSI New York Special Agent in Charge Peter C. Fitzhugh said:  “Cartels continue to operate with no regard for laws or human life, trafficking tons of deadly narcotics across the border and using bribery and intimidation to further their reach with government officials.  With HSI’s continued partnership with DEA’s Strike Force, three more alleged drug trafficking defendants will now face justice and three tons of cocaine will not reach our communities.”

State Police Superintendent Keith M. Corlett said:  “The combined efforts of federal, state and local law enforcement, along with authorities in Mexico, have put this operation out of business and disrupted the transport of thousands of kilos of cocaine to our streets.  This case continues our commitment and partnership to identify, arrest and prosecute anyone who tries to sell these dangerous drugs in our communities.”

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said:  “This case is another illustration of our joint, ongoing responsibilities in eradicating international drug trafficking. Our NYPD officers, working with our law enforcement partners and federal prosecutors, follow the facts anywhere in the world to achieve justice, in this case interdicting nearly three tons of cocaine off the coast of Mexico.”
 
U.S. DEA Merida office and Mexican Marina seized the drug 
As alleged in the Complaint unsealed in federal court[1]:

On or about Sept. 1, 2020, aircraft from the Mexican Navy located and began tracking a boat traveling northwest through the Caribbean Sea toward the Mexican city of Chetumal and the village of Mahahual.  Shortly thereafter, the Mexican Navy intercepted the boat approximately 85 nautical miles off the coast of Quintana Roo, and boarded and searched it.  During the search, the Mexican Navy found and arrested Montoya-Lopez, Garcia-Montoya, and Diaz-Hernandez.  The Mexican Navy also found and seized approximately 2,960 kilograms of cocaine.

Montoya-Lopez, 45, Garcia-Montoya, 31, and Diaz-Hernandez, 39, all of Sinaloa, Mexico, are charged with conspiring to import cocaine into the United States, which carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Ms. Strauss praised the outstanding investigative work of the New York Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force, the DEA’s Mérida Resident Office, and Mexico’s Secretaría de Marina.  The Strike Force is housed at the DEA’s New York Division and includes agents and officers of the DEA; the New York City Police Department; the New York State Police; Immigration and Customs Enforcement – Homeland Security Investigations; the U. S. Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; U.S. Customs and Border Protection; U.S. Secret Service; the U.S. Marshals Service; New York National Guard; the Clarkstown Police Department; U.S. Coast Guard; Port Washington Police Department; and New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. New York Strike Force, a crime-fighting unit comprising federal, state and local law enforcement agencies supported by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force and the New York/New Jersey High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

The case is being handled by the Office’s Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit.  Assistant United States Attorneys Michael K. Krouse, Stephanie Lake, Daniel G. Nessim, Benjamin Woodside Schrier, and Kyle A. Wirshba are in charge of the prosecution.

Complaint below: 

34 comments:

  1. Why are they being charged in NY if the drugs never got the US?

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    1. Intent and Intel. Wiretaps. You should become a lawyer, study for the BAR exam.

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  2. That explains why they are making fake crack that makes people flop like fish out of the water

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  3. seem with defunding police the drug could really grow. The Cartels should be pleased

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    1. 8"34 no police has been defunded, and they have already been facking up their bad name and reputation since they were first incorporated to depopulate any indian lands their bosses desired, then they decided trafficking drugs would do wonders for their own pockets...
      Accountability is what police have coming, and money to do that, i mean plenty of funds.

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  4. This is the new play book. Conspiracy is going to get old presidents... Mexico has too many loop holes Calderon and EPN will be the first after Luna drops the ball (and bar of soap). SDSO

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    1. 8:54 the son of Luis Donaldo Colosio Is the son in Law of Genarco Garcia Luna, there may be a deal for genarco if Colosio jr becomes presidente somenday.
      Can that be true?

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  5. Mandatory life w/o parole or the death penalty under the Kingpin Act!! WOO HOO good riddance fuckbags!!!!!!

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  6. "the war on shrugs has shown its continued commitment to ensuring its own prosperity thru others misery. all agencies stand firm in their avoidance of irony no matter the costs. job security is just that sweet folks. many a common plebs have been so inspired by the agencies successes that they have taken to mimic the roadmap to profits by staging their very own mom and pop up un requested unnessesary toll booths along well established public roadways in an effort dubbed keep roadways safe.

    job security is just that cool folks.

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  7. 3 tones 👣. Asta yo tengo miedo. Is, is, is there going to be a hike, because right now right now the price is resenobul. Perro si queren recuperrar lo compro tambien.

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  8. Say what you will but both CDS and CJNG equally getting hit hard by both US and Mexico govt. massive hits.

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  9. NY in mexico? home land security I guess its international waters.

    They cant prove its headed to USA, we know it is but they cant assume.

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    1. 6"36 can't you see the cacaine MADE IT HOME?
      and then instead of paying the Sea Mules they get arrested and prosecuted in niu yor to prove the government is doing somethin'

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  10. So, When the Mexican authorities weighed the cocaine it was short about 1,200 kilos? It was 2,960 kilos at the time the Mexican Navy seized it and this is what they reportedly told the DEA and everyone else, but later only weighed 1,800 kilos. The Mexican authorities explained the discrepancy by saying it was waterlogged?

    Hahahaha, that is some funny shit!

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  11. This is such a JOKE- First, its a joke that the usa can prosecute these people when their nowhere near the usa- and for all they know, that coke was going to mexico- and staying there. Or going to europe- neither of those are the usa.
    Also, its hilarious that somehow that coke got "waterlogged", and was now 1000 kilos short.. when the most important thing when shipping coke like that, is that IT DOESNT GET WET. Its pretty obvious whats going on there..

    Also, i have a question- when some bs bust like this happens, does the coke get picked up by the dea? Or sent to the usa so they can use it as "evidence" for trial?? I was reading something a while back where there was a big heroin bust in some far off country- and it actually said in the article that the dea requested some of it, so they could "do some testing on it."
    Then it said they requested like 30 kilos- now im no sicario666, but they need 30 KILOS to "test" it??? And test it for what?? What could they possibly need 30 kilos for??? You would think if they needed a sample, an ounce or 2 would be more than enough.

    I get the feeling some fuckery is going on all over the place- but especially with the DEA-
    (And mike virgil, i know your on here a lot- just wanted to tell you to blow me if your reading this- )

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    1. Conspiracy doesn't need to be proven it can be as simple as someone saying we were going to move this much into the us. He was selling me the drugs you caught me with and I was paying him this much for the drugs. Chapo was never caught with a single gram of drugs. El Mochomo even worse not even a tape of him talking about drugs ect.

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    2. Lol , true , that 1 ton didn't get to DEA ,I presume , but was sold the next day to some big lord for couple of millions , and it's on its way to US , if not already there by now . DEA taking "test sample" is just a way to compare the competitors products , possibly the origin ( Afghanistan , Laos ...) since there are another foreign big and strong secret services doing the same. Communist countries secret services from Europe been sending heroin into Western Europe since at least 1970 to fund their own secret budgets and to f.up the capitalists youth. ( who did that with crack in the black ghetto in around same time ?) Nothing is new , just the players and scenery changes.

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  12. So 1160 kilos of white disappeared while the load was sitting in the evidence locker. Classic narco-state stuff there.

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    1. Gotta pay for those black op missions somehow!!

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  13. Pura gente del compayito aka La Mano con Ojos...
    Betrayed by his handler alfredo Castillo WHO RELIEVEDnow "professor CARLOS BAZBAZ ON THE NIÑA PAULETE FARAH CASE under governor EPN, that same BAZBAZ that went to CISEN to continue his life of crime at the shade of mexican government of President EPN, who is trying to sell AMLO his new israeli version of Pegasus, wonder who was handling these new entrepreneurs of cocaine trafficking?

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  14. Correct, Alberto Bazbaz Sacal.

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  15. so these guys being Mexican citizens where on Mexican waters heading to a Mexican city, got intercepted by the Mexican military but are being detained and prosecuted in the U.S.?

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    1. Yes Mijo intent to smuggle to USA, it was written on the walls, DEA, Marina's keep up the good work.

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    2. How can that happen????????

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  16. Why American soil for detention? Open waters off the coast of Mexico isn't breaking any American laws. Despite a high probability of this narcotic winding up in Americans hands. Clearly not in violation of American law.
    I'd fight tooth and nail to avoid a possible life sentence.

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    1. Because this is where they ran like Forrest Gump.....
      3 Tons is pretty heavy, when your life is on the line even an ice cream route will save you, U.S also prosecutes with “What if’s”.

      -Chiraq Killin’ Babies

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    2. This is the same thing i said in a post above- and on top of that, the us is going to "seize" all the drugs that wont make it back on to us streets....no chance of that/s
      Im guessing thats why the coke got "waterlogged"- meaning the usa told mexico to "take your cut befire sending us the rest" what a total JOKE

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    3. also, 2960 kilos?? Kind of a weird number, no?? Im guessing it was 3000 before the first guy took his 40 kilo cut..

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  17. I bet that coke is low grade poor quality that Mayo sells.These fools were set up given as a token to authorities. Purely political rhetoric for the politicians. When have u heard of MX cops busting people with 3 tons of yeyo. Everyone is paid off and if your not is cause u working in the countryside. Why are they being tried in US? Pemex boats imported 100 tons of Blanca and nobody ever got caught, indicated and sentenced. These 3 poor dudes bring in 3 measly tons their yearly supply of 1 ton a piece and get popped. Now, they will spend the next decade with Bubba.

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    1. Goes to show the political muscle America has had on countries. Where dictation and expectations are defined by bullying.

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  18. Colombian vs Mexican cartels..who take?

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    1. Their is no other criminal organizations today that dominates the global underworld like the Mexicans. Simple, they got all the dope and proximity to US. More importantly, this happened the day the Colombians were told by Mexican old school capos we buy all your shit ship it to MX and distribute wholesale around the world. Russians, Italians, Irish, African mob groups buy their shit from the MX.

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  19. Tha balls of the usa goverment to keepprosecuting none american citizens cus americans want to put shit up there nose. Keep spending millions on dumb ass shit. All fucking district attorneys are money wasting assholes that shld get what americans cops are getting right know. Treat tuem like shit for flooding us with none american criminals while mass murdering rapists trickle thru our borders this dicks chasing drug lords for loads busted in central america. Gtfoh.

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