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Sunday, July 24, 2022

“Mayito Gordo” Set to be Deported to Mexico

"Socalj" for Borderland Beat

The United States will renounce its's supervision of "Mayito" with his being deported and he would be prevented from entering the US in the future.

After Ismael Zambada Imperial, alias el Mayito Gordo was released after serving part of a nine-year sentence in California, United States, son of Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada is expected to return to Mexico, where he will lose his American supervision, despite having several years of probation pending.


It was on July 21 that El Mayito Gordo left a medium-security prison in California, after having been apprehended in Sinaloa in 2014 and sentenced just a month ago. However, he had already pleaded guilty as early as 2021. He was sentenced to 108 months in prison, taking into account the years he spent in preventive detention.

Now, "Mayito Gordo" will return to Mexico through the Garita de San Ysidro, Tijuana in the state of Baja California, deported by the US authorities, according to the Zeta Tijuana media outlet. According to the report, his entry into the national territory is expected on Wednesday, July 27, a few days after being released. Zambada Imperial does not have pending charges in Mexico.

“If you are deported, excluded, or allowed to voluntarily return to your home country, do not re-enter the United States. Supervision is waived in case of deportation, exclusion or voluntary departure,” reads the final section. For his part, to obtain his parole, the minor of the Zambada dynasty had to agree to 17 guidelines, including submitting to standard supervision, according to his level of criminality. Also, the sentenced person may not possess or use drugs and perform various tests periodically. 

Also, it was included in not repeating crimes of the local and federal order in the US and getting a stable and legal job, apart from not being able to establish communication with people involved in criminal activities, such as his father and his brothers.

For this reason, El Mayito Gordo is strictly prohibited from contacting his father , Ismael Zambada García, alias El Mayo, as well as his brothers Vicente Zambada Niebla, El Vicentillo and Serafín Zambada Ortiz, El Sera.

However, according to the sentencing document mentioned above, in the last section it is mentioned that in case of extradition, deportation, or voluntary expulsion, the United States waives supervision over the subject. So it is likely that he will not have to abide by these guidelines and have no supervision in Mexico since he does not face charges there.

71 comments:

  1. Will he be taken out just as Chino was?? Everyone and their mama believed chino had a tracking device on him(🤣) so maybe this guy is gonna be followd or something to get to his old man.

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    1. It's not going to happen, it didnt happen to Serafin Zambada.

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    2. La sera isn’t even in Mexico

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    3. 11:02 in snitch denial

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    4. Sera is in mexico for sure 100%

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    5. Serafin is a U.S. citizen. He has options. He's most likely laying low in the U.S.

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    6. Serafin is a U.S. citizen. He's most likely laying low in the U.S.

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    7. Serafín was recently in that car crash in Sonora where his gf died , he was cruising through Mex without bodyguards .

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    8. In a Kia. He was a fool for going to Mexico after cooperating. I don't know if he would go to Sinaloa. I would be surprised if he's recuperating in Mexico.

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    1. 10:06 no you are not pinche baboso (gary from sponge bob is a baboso)

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  3. That can be two sided. Either to go back and help and keep stability with the CDS. orrrrrrr and that's a BIG OR: they ( chapitos ) will do the same they did to mini lic and chino etc.

    I don't see too much good intention coming from this. But being renounced is pretty big.

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    1. 10:28 yea no! Chaputitos wont touch Mayatito gordo as long as the big mayate is a life, but when he dies all the zambratas will be fare game for any and everybody, if they owe something they will pay for it, but than again cds are all snitches so they might let it slide, ill say a 50/50 chance

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    2. Mini Lic fled to the USA after his father El Licenciado was captured. Both are cooperating witnesses in multiple cases. Puro CDSNITCHaloa plebes

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    3. BOTH 1037 am and 1040 are right. Although that does leave you wondering how much of an arterial motive the US agencies have planned. To what extend. And is it to help or worsen the situation.

      Peace and harmony to everyone on here.

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    4. Hi pease and harmony blachito
      I love to color Walls in pink.
      I love AMLO.
      Today I wash my car

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    5. Looooool

      I'll take peace and harmony any day over anger and a heart attack. I'm 42 and used to be pretty violent. And don't give a shit for that now. Soooooo peace and harmony YESSSS

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    6. 8:44 good for you, keep it up

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    7. Lololololol @8:44 I luv u. never change

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  4. So what happened to those millions of dollars he put up as collateral to be released early?

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    1. But technically he was released early. He could have still been serving most of that sentence. So something looks like it was done.

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    2. I might be wrong here but i think he served something like 8 outta 9 years? Probably released early for good behavior or something.

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    3. 12:07 no even close

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  5. If they only new that a final war between chapos sons vs el mayo is brewing in culiacan. One last war to finish the bad blood. Mayo killed el chapos son. Mayo son testifies against el chapo. This shit is about to blow up

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  6. mz sta retirado dsd 2019 flakito dio luz verde en zac x bravas las gayinas todo parejo en culiacan ke las broncas se los aflojen entre ellos en el charko y baja no ay pedo

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  7. If i would be him .
    I would be taking the first airplane to dubai.
    And live life there in safety as a billionaire playboy for the rest of my life.

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    1. 11:19 well hes not a billionaire playboy. Maybe his dad is but no fucking way he is and thats a big maybe regarding his father

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    2. His dad a big maybe ? On being a billionaire that’s crazy …if Arturo Beltran Leyva was said to be worth at least a couple billion by the US government back when he died in 2009 , how much do you think Mayos worth ?who’s been going strong since and actually held a war with Arturo for a couple years .

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    3. 6:46 you actually believe that

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    4. 8:08 am These guys are trafficking to other countries what makes you think that’s not possible ? ,have you ever seen someone flip kilos of coke ? Money is left thrown around ,,money is the least of there worries …now imagine these guys who sell in the Tons to Europe to Asia , to the US ,supply entire cities man , not only in Cocaine, meth, fentanyl . They make billions in a couple years . Amado Carrillo Fuentes was said to make 200 million ever week or month I think something like that

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    5. @9:01, they make a lot of money but the government does over inflate their worth. They do this to make the bust look more salacious to the media and average citizens (10 kilos is a million dollar bust when that isn’t true). The drugs have to be congratulated, because they won the war on drugs.

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    6. Exactly 10:36

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    7. @10:36 your talking about bust that’s different -yes the government inflates the worth of the drugs - but the money generated by the Capos can’t be ignored they easily make millions hundreds of millions on a short period of time , a couple years . I mean how else was Arturo BL paying 450,000 dollars a month to the guys in charge of capturing him or how was mochomo caught with 900,000 dollars cash , most likely a payment for some official.

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    8. 450k when he was in the Federation as BL had the task of bribing officials. This sum was on behalf of the 4 or 5 heads of that group.

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    9. 7:06 zeta chorrienta had 2 million dollars in a shoe box and his knees full of dirt when he got cogido...

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    10. @7:58 right during 2008 ?? That when Noe Ramirez got arrested for accepting payments of 450 k a month . Mayo and Chapo were already at war with Arturo and it was Arturo who was paying that amount , not the federation . Point being if he was able to pay just one official almost 6 million a year imagine how much he paid just on bribing officials all over the country and lieutenants ,workers ?

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  8. That was nice of the U.S. government to milk him for information, give him a favorable plea deal and send him back to Mexico with a bullseye painted on his back.
    They could have at least sent him to a country like Argentina or Uruguay where at least he has a chance at survival.
    Getting put in such danger wasn't a part of his plea agreement.
    If he gets whacked you will see a lot less cooperation with U.S. authorities. Real smart thinkers in the U.S. government.
    Zeta is a reliable news source. I hope they are wrong on this one and he gets assistance in relocating to a third country.

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    1. WTF. This dude would order his minions to rip you and your loved ones to shreds over money and yet here you are writing concerned for his safety? 😒. NO MAMES

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    2. I don't want anyone to be killed but why should he get help ?? Think of the people who he killed and there family members

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    3. It goes beyond his personal safety. When informants get whacked it discourages others from providing information.
      On the part of the U.S. government, their reputation is important. When they make a deal with an informant, the informant puts his life on the line.
      The government gets it's benefit and the informant gets his. If he is a U.S. citizen, is released and lays low, he receives the benefit of his bargain. If he is deported and killed, he has received no bargain at all.

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    4. To be deported from USA you 100% aren't a citizen or national. Did you forget this is one of MZ sons?

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    5. Sera is the only one of his sons that was born in the US.

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  9. Even has are bee agreed upon. What you think? Jardinero or menchito had more Palanca than mayo or even his sons

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  10. dusting off his CV and looking for a job with UPS as a logistics manager for the next 6 months until he gets 'retired'

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  11. So who is going to align with cjng?? That should be happening here soon…

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  12. I doubt it’s very safe to hang in Culiacan anymore or that he wants to return to the business.
    He can live in Mexico City, he also traveled a lot with Chino, and isn’t confined TJ a Mexico anymore.

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    1. CDMX is a safe bet. MTY is nice too but if you’re not norteño it’s hard to adjust. Lots of old school / retired CDG members are in MTY.

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  13. Where’s cheyo

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    1. El cheyo and chavó Félix have always been very elusive. El cheyo only recently was considered wanted by the powers that be. More than likely they are helping el mayo along with el mayito flaco run the business. They learned from others mistakes about being flashy and causing too much attention.

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  14. Hell go to Mexico City. His father more than likely bought protection already

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  15. If he snitched, does that mean he will pay the consequences back in Mehico, or will they let it slide because of his father?

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    1. He snitched because it's in his blood. His father, uncle and half brothers all snitched. Still got another generation to go...

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    2. Its in 90% of sinaloas to turn pussy once shit hits the fan factS

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    3. 10:16 seems to be that way been following this narco stuff since early 2000 only CDS rats

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    4. 1016 let’s be real here 98% of people in general would snitch if facing 15+ years. You’ll see in the next few years as the US cracks down on CJNG, when mencho is on trial how countless of his former friends and associates snitch on him to save themselves. Look at the italian mafia, they all started folding when they started handing out long term sentences like candy.

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    5. @4:30 we're not talking about the general population here. Theses are active traffickers. CDS cooperate with USA authorities, thats been apparent for several decades. I don't know of any individual who within a very short period of time is exporting/importing/selling multiple kilos, gets busted and now wants to snitch on his associates. It doesn't work that way. You have to be connected to be trusted and have access to the drugs, you have to be an active participant to be charged in a Continuing Criminal Enterprise and be exposed to potential decades of imprisonment.
      Just compare the sentences of AFO shot callers to CDS and it'll be very clear who's a 🐁

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    6. 5:56 all the arrested top CDS traffickers got pretty long sentences. Only exception is the zambadas faction which everyone agrees cooperated with USA government. CJNG hasn’t had any of their top capos put on trial in US for underlings to snitch on. If you think most traffickers of any cartel will do 15+ years instead of simply cooperating you are sorely mistaken. Guys who don’t snitch no matter how harsh the potential sentence are 1 out of 100.

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    7. Did JT get a long sentence? Chino? Güero Palma?

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    8. 4:30 well 98% of people in here stay the fuck away from drug activitis that would lead them to do 15+ years, cant do the time dont do the crime, its not that complicated, dont want to be called a snitch? Dont snitched! Its that simple, life in general is really simple but theres some people who love that drama🐁🐁🐁

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    9. Chapo was scared shitless of being extradited before waltzing out of puente grande. Around that time period they started to cooperate with USA authorities, but not all the faction bosses knew the get down.
      2002 is the year a lot of CDS enemies started to be neutralized.

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  16. Palma was sent thru Tamaulipas
    Why this man getting favorable treatment

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  17. He is in a jail.in Victorville

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    1. Adelanto. That's an immigration processing center. Probably getting removed through Calexico

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  18. Vice has an article about this individual wanting to remain in the USA. 🧐

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  19. After el chino was killed by Ivan Guzman, the assumption is that vicentillo and el mayito gordo would meet the same fate. Not gonna happen. I’ll admit, I haven’t done much home work on Ivan. But if he thinks he will get away with Killing mayos sons no matter what they did, he’s in for a rude awakening . If he’s smart he will use that as a negotiating leverage point. “If we’re splitting the empire, I want more territory, given that your sons are rats and my people are itching to kill them” devils advocate speaking, el mayo will probably say, “ you know that if you kill my sons. I’ll have no choice but to declare war”
    we all know mayo will win. His political connections are untouchable.

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    1. In that case, there’s a chance Chapos link up with CJNG and they without a doubt will give mayo hell maybe we might see that old fart finally fall

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    2. Cjng wont work with chapitos. They let them go when they kidnaped them cuz mayo spoke for them. Chapitos have a history of not wanting to work or now knowing how to work with any one. Since they got power they fought. Damasos. Rusos. Caro quintero. And some others. To get their way.

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  20. @1116 @204. I don’t believe that el mayo would allow his sons to return to Culiacán . both have spent time and even lived in Mexico City. Mayos political protection comes from there. I would put them in a neighborhood in cdmx full of rich people and politicians, along with a security team. In regards to your comments, As much as chapitos have shown there disdain for mayos people over the years, to include los ántrax, rusos, his sons ETC, I think they understand at this point that going to war with el mayo would be a crucial mistake. On the other side of that, los chapitos have shown one their biggest weaknesses. Holding grudges. If they were smart, they could Broker a deal with CJNG to fight mayo (if it came to that) But I don’t think they could forgive CJNG for kidnapping them. Which is funny Because it goes back to my original point about mayos influence in the narco landscape. He showed his power by negotiating their release.

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