Tuesday, September 15, 2020

The false accusation of Claudia Ochoa Félix "Emperatriz Ántrax", that followed to her death

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY Steve C   LaSillaRota



Claudia Ochoa Félix was nicknamed "The Anthrax Empress". She was singled out for being the leader of the armed wing of the Sinaloa Cartel, the fearsome "Anthrax."   This accusation haunted her for her entire life until September 14, 2019, just a year ago, when she was found dead in Sinaloa.  

The accusation against Ochoa Félix came after the arrest of José Rodrigo Aréchiga Gamboa," El Chino Ántrax ", head of "Los Ántrax" on December 30, 2013 in Amsterdam, Holland.

After the fall of " El Chino Ántrax ", Ochoa Félix was in command of "Los Ántrax", according to various media reports at the time.   The link between the "Empress" and "Los Ántrax" was because Ochoa Félix would have at some point been a sentimental partner of Aréchiga Gamboa.

The social media posts of " The Anthrax Empress " did not help her much: She posed with high-caliber weapons, designer clothes, alcoholic beverages, wads of bills, luxury cars and huge mansions.   Their publications were very similar to those of the so-called "narco-juniors", the sons of drug lords who presume their life of luxury from drug trafficking.


Among them were the children of "El Mayo" in addition to “El Chino Ántrax".  So, she continued to be singled out by the media as the head of "Los Ántrax".

Without any accusation from the Mexican or US government against her.

Consequently, Claudia Ochoa Félix was forced to conduct a press conference to tell the media that the accusations against her were untrue, and she rejected the notion of her  being part of "Los Ántrax", as well as any other criminal gang.
Javier Valdez, the late writer and journalist expert on security issues, said at the time that, in effect, there were no signs that Ochoa Félix is part of "Los Ántrax." 

Subsequently,  Ochoa Félix disappeared from the drug trafficking map and was no longer associated with this criminal activity or with any other drug lord.


  
Her name resurfaced a year ago when she passed away. The Sinaloa prosecutor's office detailed that the causes of death was not from violence or homicide.   

The authorities indicated that the death of " The Empress " was the result of the intake of alcoholic beverages and other substances that she consumed. 

An Instagram post is the only thing that could link Ochoa Félix with the " El Chapo” clan. These are a couple of photographs of a sweatshirt from the " El Chapo 701" brand, inspired by Guzmán Loera and belonging to Alejandrina Guzmán Salazar, daughter of the capo.

In the post, a few days before her death, she thanked Guzmán Salazar for the clothes: "Thank you Alejandrina Guzmán for my sweatshirt, very good quality, I love it. Follow the page, there you can see all the articles that are available." 

Alejandrina is the sister of Iván Archivaldo and Jesús Alfredo, " Los Chapitos ", heads of a criminal wing of the Sinaloa Cartel. 

In an attempt to continue linking Félix Ochoa with drug trafficking , it transpired that her brother, Sergio Ochoa, was the partner of one of Joaquín Guzmán Loera's daughters , " El Chapo ", and therefore brother-in-law of " Los Chapitos " who inherited the criminal might of his father.

However, that would be false, since Sergio - who constantly publishes on social networks - has a woman as a partner who has nothing to do with the Sinaloa Cartel.  

Sergio's partner, identified as Eli , even a few days ago published a post on Instagram where she remembers her sister-in-law the " Empress of drug trafficking ."  "I can say that people talk for the sake of talking, that they invent things [...] You are a woman worthy of admiration in every way [...] We miss you, and although you are gone, we rest on the promise that God gave us" , is a fragment of what Eli wrote to Ochoa Félix .

For his part, " El Chino Ántrax " was assassinated in Sinaloa last May, after escaping from supervised  arrest a year after serving his sentence in the United States.  

With the murder of Arechiga Gamboa, "Los Ántrax" as the armed wing of the Sinaloa cartel disappeared from the drug map. 

According to a document from the Attorney General's Office (FGR) in possession of La Silla Rota, the Sinaloa Cartel has 10 criminal cells.  In this, ten criminal cells of Sinaloa referred to by federal authorities "Los Ántrax" do not appear, they are practically extinct.

25 comments:

  1. The real Empatriz was Yuriana Castillo, though Claudia was involved with Chino after her split from Chavo Felix which she had a kid by.

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    1. She was involved with everyone, el Dorain too. More of a party favor than emperatriz. She may have been used to launder little money like her brother with the crepas but nothing more

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  2. La neta si estava buena.

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  3. Los Antrax were a paper tiger existing mostly on social media and when they kidnapped 12 year olds they needed 11 suburbans full of grown men.

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    1. 11:54 True story. M1 aswell.

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    2. The members of Los Antrax that weren’t killed/imprisoned have moved on to bigger and better things; see Cheyo Antrax and Changuito Antrax.

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  4. Off topic but would appreciate any feedback:
    Why do so many people in MX have, or seem to have like 4-5 names on TOP of their alias' s?? My guess is the names reference both parents surnames, their birth names, and a middle name?? Not poking fun or trying to be funny-Just wonderin cuz some times I find myself having to circle back through a story several times per article trying to keep it all straight in my head.

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    1. It's Spanish naming customs, Wikipedia has an article about it.

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    2. In Mexico it has always been common to use two last names in any legal procedure in order to help with proper identification of someone for social security numbers among other such documentations are either non existent or hard to obtain. Adding your name and both your fathers and mothers last names prior to their marriage for instance is common. This coupled with many parents wanting to name a child be them boy or girl with names that satisfy both parents at once many though not all kids have a middle name added as well. All these are real legal forms of identification in Mexico. The more names and last names you can throw into a legal document like say when purchasing a home the less likely someone else with like say only two names in common like first and last name can falsely claim ownership of what is rightfully yours.

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    3. Yeah, it's common and also tradition. Most of us have a first name, middle name, first/father's surname, and second/mother's surname. Recently we've seen people use both surnames with a hyphen.

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    4. The more names and last names you can throw into a legal document like say when purchasing a home the less likely someone else with like say only two names in common like first and last name can falsely claim ownership of what is rightfully yours.

      This seems absolute incredible for me but different countries different rules.

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  5. In Mexico even the women are machos

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  6. Surenyos busted in NorCal - who's their main connection, Sinaloa or CJNG?

    https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/15-alleged-gang-members-charged-with-selling-15569525.php

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  7. I doubt the Mexican government Will be honest about how many actually cells there is

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  8. The picture on the right with the girl with champagne and the bodyguard is Melissa Margarita Calderón Ojeda "La China" not Claudia Ochoa Félix.

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    1. That China is only la China in the music video. And the “la China” from the corrido is another China no the same one from Baja California Sur Melissa margarita

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  9. She poses with guns, money, and with no skills or job to show lawful income at that level. What does she expect people to think? Perhaps,she was a wannabe and swam out to deep into the game.

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  10. Do women really think men like butts the size of Texas?

    If women could shine a bit of light on this, please.

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    1. I agree. Most WOMEN think that the bigger the butt the BETTER but there is a point when it does not look good.

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    2. Some Men really do like that tho!

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    3. Attn: Sir Mix Alot

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    4. Sir mix a lot had a song about it back in the 90's. Some things never change

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  11. Pobrecita from being one of the main buchonas to causar lástima. Ya lo que quería era q sus hijos le entraran al bines y su hija en el ruedo para tener pa gastar. QEPD

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  12. Loschapos y mayos se dicen gente muy fina y la claudia les dio vueltas a todos una semana con uno la otra semana con otro

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