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Thursday, December 9, 2021

Ramiro Pozos, "El Molca": Criminal Leader Of La Resistencia Sentenced To 28 Years In Prison

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

El Molca has been one of the bloodiest drug traffickers in recent Mexican history.

He worked with the Knights Templar, as well as for the Millennium Cartel - now the Jalisco New Generation Cartel - and the Beltrán Leyva brothers.

Federal Police personnel presented Ramiro Pozos González, nicknamed "El Molca", the alleged leader and founder of the criminal organization known as La Resistencia.

The founder of the defunct La Resistencia criminal cell, Ramiro Pozos González, El Molca, was sentenced this Wednesday to 28 years in prison.

The sentence has been imposed on him nine years after his capture by federal police, when he was at the entrance of his home in the State of Mexico.

El Molca has been one of the bloodiest drug traffickers in recent Mexican history. He worked with the Knights Templar, as well as for the Millennium Cartel - now the Jalisco New Generation Cartel - and the Beltrán Leyva brothers.

Pozos González left a trail of violence in the places in Mexico where his criminal cell operated. On September 11, he was captured and nine years later sentenced. The image of El Molca, smiling after being arrested, flooded the Mexican television and press. The capo looked at the camera and with his thumbs up, spoke of the war that was coming between the Sinaloa and Jalisco New Generation cartels.

During his presentation to the press, three federal police officers lowered Ramiro Pozos from an armored vehicle and guided him, holding him by the shoulders, to the table where a Kalashnikov rifle with gold inlays on the handle and the magazine, which was supposedly the property of the man, was displayed.

Before the cameras, the stout man with the misshapen nose smiled subtly, then uttered some unintelligible words and finally showed his teeth. He then adjusted the handcuffs and raised his thumbs as if in a greeting sign.

Federal Police personnel presented Ramiro Pozos González, nicknamed "El Molca", the alleged leader and founder of the criminal organization known as La Resistencia.

The Attorney General's Office (FGR) has reported that the criminal leader is responsible for crimes of organized crime, against health in the form of drug dealing, possession of cocaine and marijuana for commercial purposes, and collection of firearms for use exclusive to the Army, Navy and Air Force.

Along with Molca, his brothers, Gerardo Pozos González, Maromas, Juan Francisco Pozos González on the 8th and a subject identified as Héctor Fidel Miranda Hernández, alias Pájaro, were also sentenced to 20 years in prison. The three men are accused of carrying a firearm and possession of rounds for weapons, all for the exclusive use of the Army.

Federal Police personnel presented Ramiro Pozos González, nicknamed "El Molca," the alleged leader and founder of the criminal organization known as La Resistencia.

In the 1990s, Pozos González became one of the trusted men of Nazario Moreno, alias El Chayo, leader of the Knights Templar, a cartel that murdered and tortured for "divine justice."

He was also part of Los Valencia, a criminal organization that transported tons of cocaine from Jalisco to the United States; He had connections with the Sinaloa and the Gulf cartel; Since 2010 he was the leader of his own cartel La Resistencia and had achieved alliances with Los Zetas.

The Resistance emerged after the breakup of the Millennium Cartel. In 2010, after the death of Ignacio Coronel (1954-2010) - Joaquín el Chapo Guzmán's lieutenant - that criminal group, which depended on the Sinaloa Cartel, fragmented and two criminal cells emerged: La Resistencia and the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. , headed by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes.

Then, a war broke out between the CJNG and La Resistencia to take control of drug trafficking through the Pacific route. Between 2010 and 2012, the four-letter cartel managed to defeat La Resistencia and begin its expansion to Michoacán, Guerrero and Veracruz. In 2012, Erick Valencia was arrested and El Mencho assumed full leadership.

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11 comments:

  1. Someway,somehow he'll be out before 2030 🤷🏻‍♂️

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  2. True... That guy was Nenchos Big problem

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  3. Hell be out ina few years because of new laws or some bullshit.
    El 85 is still 100% CJNG and hes top member of that cartel. I think its funnyhow ppl tried to sell that story for years after Cholo mentioned him andall he did was practically invitehim to work with him claiming Mencho took his plazas etc

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    1. Because el mencho snitched on el 85 to become the sole leader of the jaliscas.

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  4. Fucking chapulin. No loyalty with this guy.

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    1. He got captured for staying loyal to his cause lol

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  5. I’m shocked and confused! How in the fuck, with the strict gun laws to protect the Mexican population from itself, does this guy get a gold assault rifle?

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  6. His 2 brother in law were bodyguards to Ramon Arellano Felix?

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