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Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Alleged Gulf Cartel Capo Nazario Cavazos De Luna "Big Papa" Extradited to United States

By "El Huaso" for Borderland Beat

The attorney general's office of Mexico (FGR) extradited an alleged former Gulf Cartel leader Nazario Cavazos De Luna "Mike", "Big Papa" to the United States, according to a FGR press release on September 26, 2022. He will face charges of of criminal association, organized crime, money laundering, and possession and carrying of a firearm from the Federal Court of the East District of Texas. 

The FGR press release claims that Cavazos was a leader and founder of a criminal organization which smuggled large quantities of narcotics to the US between 2005 and 2010. According to the US government, Cavazos was a major figure in the Gulf Cartel who attracted the DEA's attention at least as early as 2011, when a court document referenced him as "a wealthy, large scale international drug trafficker and, apparently, the center of the criminal organization". 

Photo from DEA wanted poster.

In a 2012 case, another Gulf Cartel officer, Oscar Cantu-Ramirez, claimed that he worked with Cavazos to transport and distribute thousands of kilos of narcotics into the US.

A US Justice Department press release said that he was based in the United States, but fled to Mexico, where he was captured by the PGR in Mexico City in 2017.

Photo from 2017 arrest.

A Congressional Research Service report from this year shows that extraditions from Mexico to the US are on a downward trend since the Felipe Calderon presidency, further indicating a rough patch in US-Mexico security cooperation.

Source: CRS March 2022 Report

Sources: 

Borderland Beat Archives - Zeta Tijuana 2017

FGR Press release 9/26/22

United States v. Morales 2011

USA v. Oscar Cantu-Ramirez, et al 2012

CRS Mexico: Background and U.S. Relations March 2022

Department of Justice Press release 9/21/22

27 comments:

  1. Great news another going to the American Slammer. He will have TV dinners, gets to watch I love Lucy, Cartoons . No more Tacos de carne asada. Talk about Inflation...
    Two little tacos and soda from food truck..$11.00

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    1. Pinchi Biden said inflation no big deal on 60 minutes. His brain has deteriorated como SIR.

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    2. 7:00 the inflation in your belly can't be blamed on Presidente de los US José Biden, it is all yours and trompas

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  2. Start busting the fent pre cursor importers/exporters take the real heat off. Until they start pulling shit out at the harbor or ports nothing will mean anything. Search every ship or vessel. Bam đŸ’„ no more fentanyl in massive quantities push it to the black web.

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    1. 9:58
      Easier said than done.
      The precursor chemicals arrive by ship, from China to ports of Mexico, even though the President of Mexico, ordered Military to be at the ports, the Cartels still end up getting their barrels of the chemicals.
      Bribes are being Paid.So 9:58 ask again how do you want this fixed???

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    2. SEMAR has intercepted several shipments of precursors that were thrown overboard by crew members and retrieved by narcos. There are several videos online showing this.
      This suggests that Mexico is becoming effective in guarding the ports and more precursors are coming in through corrupt ship crew members.
      They need to start seizing ships so that shipping companies vet their crew members better. This could start by paying their crew members better. They register their ships in Liberia to pay less taxes even though they are owned by U.S., Japanese, etc. companies. They hire crew out of countries like Bangladesh and pay slave wages. They can't even attract Mexicans because their wages are slow low. This corruption is caused by corporate greed not corruption on Mexico's part.

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    3. Black web? You mean dark web or deep web (there's a difference between the two).

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    4. 11:01 SEMAR is just making "brownie points" to get lawmakers approval of militarization of National Guard under their huevos, show and tell for propaganda, drugs will still get home...

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  3. "I love it when you call me Big Poppa"

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    1. Put yo hanz in the aya if you a tru playa!

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    2. @11:15 am. Stop butchering Ebonics, the sacred language of my people. Traditionally it goes "wave ya hands in the air/like you just don't care." You probably failed fifth-grade Ebonics.

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    3. Big Poppa Pump is your hook up! Holler if you hear me!

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    4. Stick to Mexican music that moreno music is lower than those new exaggerated narco corridos!

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    5. Pinchis degenerados, keep ya' hens on the floor, all four!!!

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    6. 2:56 for "your people", only money is sacred, whatever the reasons

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    7. @3:58 Scott steiner, master of the SteinerRecliner?

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  4. I love it when the 9mm round entas tha hip and stops in da shoulda. Big pile of dead.

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    1. I love da Snoop dog, ya dig a da fool.

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    2. 3:59 shut the fuck up doggy doo!

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  5. That last paragraph and graph contradicts what AMLO lawyer #41 spams about the number of extraditions during FCH and EPN terms compared to the current administration. What say you GILBERTONA?

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    1. 5:02 extraditions do not measure up to performance, the biggest extraditators have been.arrested like genarco garcia Luna, cienpedos got released by trompas AND Mexico, some big gift of impunity

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    2. Extraditions dont really work. They are immediately replaced, in some cases by two or more cartels. Already proven since mid 80's. Stop sending endless amounts of cash and weapons, thats where their power resides.

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    3. Let's just move the goal posts at our convenience huh?

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  6. To operate in the USA for up to 5 years like this guy is a feat! He must’ve been good! Obviously much more difficult to operate in USA

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    1. IT is much easier, free market and no loyalty to any cartel.

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  7. There is gonna be a lot of Big Momma in jail.

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  8. I love it when they call me big papa đŸŽ¶

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