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Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Two Missing Marines, Two Senators Caught With A CDN Boss & Allegations of Millions Of Cartel Bribe Money

"HEARST" for Borderland Beat, with help from "El Huaso" 

Two Mexican Marines went missing in March 2022 after they acted as personal security for a Mexican senator during a private dinner hosted at a restaurant in Mexico City. 


Now, leaked diplomatic cables (published by El Universal yesterday) which are alleged to be from the US ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, revealed what DEA intelligence has gathered about the guests at this private dinner, which apparently included a second senator and a Cartel del Noreste financial boss who had been wiring him million dollar bribes for months. 


And then, the revelation that the last person seen with the Marines on the night of their disappearance was this same CDN boss. Now the accused senators claim the leaks are fakes and also accuse the US of interventionism with Mexican politics, saying the US to violating Mexico's sovereignty.


So, how did this all start?




February 26, 2022  

The Vice President of the Mexican Senate, a senator from the state of Zacatecas named José Narro Céspedes, traveled to the city of Acapulco, Guerrero, to host a political conference called “National Meeting of the Municipalist Fraternity of Mexico”.


The conference involved a series of closed door meetings to “discuss important challenges to achieve the so-called Fourth Transformation of Mexico, such as the electrical reform and the National Guard.” He was photographed, in images like the one seen above, meeting with the mayor of Acapulco, Abelina López Rodríguez.





March 2, 2022

A letter, alleged to be from Senator José Narro Céspedes, is sent to the mayor of Acapulco, Abelina López Rodríguez. The letter requests some bodyguards be assigned to protect him. 


An excerpt of it reads as follows: 

"On the occasion of the celebration of the event called 'Revocation of Mandate', to be held in Mexico City, I request you, if there is no inconvenience, to assign me public security personnel under your charge, in civilian clothes and with organic weapons, to act as escorts for my personal protection, from the 3rd to the 6th of the current month and year. With no other particulars and hoping to count on your valuable support, I send you my best regards"


Senator José Narro Céspedes would later deny that he made this request. In his denials he has been careful not to state that the signature at the bottom of the letter was forged, rather - he simply denies that he made this request.


Later on, on May 30, 2022, Narró admitted in an interview with an investigator that he did make this request for bodyguards "in writing dated March 2, 2022, sent electronically," according to El Universal.



March 3, 2022 - 10:00 pm 

Acapulco’s head of Public Security,  Lt. Serrano Perez received a call from mayor Abelina López Rodríguez. In this call she requests that he assign a few personnel to act as bodyguards to Senator José Narro Céspedes. 


Lt. Serrano Perez would later state that he was not in Acapulco when he received this call from the mayor - he was actually in Mexico City too, for an unrelated business trip. 


Lt. Serrano Perez was accompanied by his driver and two bodyguards, whose names were Óscar Manuel González Andrade and Victoriano Rodriguez Zurita. 


Óscar Manuel González Andrade was an active-duty Marine. A number of documents establish that Óscar Manuel González Andrade was assigned to work as Lt. Serrano Perez’s bodyguard. Documents also corroborate that Victoriano Rodriguez Zurita, a non-active duty former Marine, was assigned to work as Lt. Serrano Perez’s bodyguard. 


Lt. Serrano Perez agrees to her request and two official documents (SSP/02363/2022 and SSP/02367/2022) are filled out and submitted in which he assigns his own two bodyguards to protect Senator Narro Céspedes from the dates of March 3 until March 6, 2022. 





March 6, 2022  

According to Lt. Serrano Perez’s statements, Senator Narro Céspedes gives the two bodyguards access to an 2018 Audi Q7 SUV, which has a Morelos license plate bearing the number PZK-885-C.  Senator Narro Céspedes denies he gave them access to said vehicle. 


Later that night, Senator Narro Céspedes posted a photo to his twitter account. This tweet has since been deleted but has been referred to by a number of reputable news outlets. This picture allegedly depicted a dinner meeting he was having at the restaurant Cambalache Oasis, which is located in the Coyoacán neighborhood of Mexico City. 






The photo allegedly appears to show that CDN figure El Gerry and Senator Américo Villarreal Anaya, from the state of Tamaulipas, were dining with Senator Narro Céspedes. When it later emerged that El Gerry was more than just a wealthy campaign donor from Guerrero, Senator Villarreal Anaya stated that he did not know all of the men. He stated "they arrived and asked for a photo after greeting Senator Narro".



According to Senator Narro Céspedes’ statements, the two bodyguards, accompanied by a third person whose identity is redacted, entered the restaurant in order to act as security within the space; however he dismissed them for the night, saying he didn’t need them to act as security for him anymore. 


At 8:00 pm that night, the two bodyguards reported “no news” during a check in with their boss, Lt. Serrano Perez, according to EME


According to later statements made by Lt. Serrano Perez, the last known location of the Marines, according to cell phone tower pings, was on Laguna de Zempoala Road, where they were presumably driving the aforementioned Audi SUV. 


The newspaper EJE Central alleges that the Marines in the SUV "were intercepted by a commando near the exit to Tres Marías", on the Mexico - Cuernavaca highway.


El Universal journalist Héctor de Mauleón alleges one of the last cell phone pings was actually from Tlalnepantla, located in the State of Mexico. (Source, Source, Source






March 7, 2022

Lt. Serrano Perez officially reports to higher ups that the two bodyguards, accompanied by the aforementioned redacted third person, were now missing. 


Mexico City’s Attorney General’s Office created a missing persons report for El Gerry, stating his last known location was on Alba Street in Coyoacán, Mexico City. 



During the afternoon, Lt. Serrano Perez manages to establish contact with Senator Narro Céspedes. He asks the Senator about the whereabouts of the missing Marines. The Senator responded that the last time he saw them he told them “they should rest” and travel back to Acapulco the next day. (Source)



March 11, 2022 

Lt. Serrano Perez sends a letter to the Naval Base Command stating his version of events, such as when the Marines were assigned to the Senator.  (Source)






March 14, 2022

The US ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, sends a confidential diplomatic cables to the US DEA, the Treasury Department, the Justice Department and Homeland Security (among others) in a document called MX TOPKK 389 ID AI P60. (Source)





March 30, 2022

Ken Salazar sends a second diplomatic cable to the same group, as a follow up. Both of these cables were notifying the agencies of a possible explanation for the disappearance of the Marines based on information from DEA sources. For the sake of clarity, we’ll not dive into what these two cables said yet, but we’ll return to them later in this story. (Source)



May 11, 2022 

Investigators from the federal Attorney General’s Office (FGR) formally request that Senator Narro Céspedes speak to them to give details about his version of events. 




May 16, 2022 

Senator Narro Céspedes sends a letter to the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of the Navy, and President Lopez Obrador’s Chief of Staff to inform them that he would be speaking to SEMAR. Note: Not the FGR, but SEMAR.  


"I allowed myself to comment that at no time have I had, nor do I have, in my charge personnel from the Mexican Navy who were assigned to me by the Head of Public Security of Acapulco, Guerrero, to act as bodyguards to protect my safety.” 


He also stated in the letter “At no time did I provide, or lend, nor was it my property, nor did I have in my custody the vehicle in which they were mobilizing Navy personnel,” referring to the aforementioned Audi SUV.  (Source)



May 20, 2022 

FGR investigators sent Senator Narro Céspedes a first “reminder” of their May 11 request to speak with him about the missing bodyguards. 




May 30, 2022

Senator Narro Céspedes responded to the investigators’ questions. His responses appear to contradict themselves or, at the very least, lean heavily into wording technicalities. 


When he was asked to name all the security personnel who had ever served as bodyguards, the Senator did not include the names of the two Marines. 


When he was asked if he had any personnel assigned to act as his security during any point between March 1 and March 7, 2022, the senator responded: "I did not have any type of personnel or bodyguard commissioned to my service.” 


But then later, he stated that he wrote a request to the mayor of Acapulco for bodyguards, "for my personal protection, in the period from March 3 to 6".   (Source)




July 02, 2022 

During a day of public activities in Acapulco, the mayor was asked about the two missing Marines. 


Mayor Abelina López Rodríguez said “Everything I did was within the law, which is to say that I did not send any Marines, that I did not sign anything - that I do not know anything. That is all I can tell you.” 


She continued and said “I don't want to talk about anything else in regards to the investigation, all I can tell you is that I did not authorize anything". 


This directly contradicts the two documents submitted by Lt. Serrano Perez which stated outright that he was assigning his bodyguards to protect the Senator because he received a call from the mayor on March 3, 2021, at 10:00 pm. (Source)





July 23, 2022 

It became public that a week earlier Lt. Serrano Perez submitted his resignation as head of Public Security of Acapulco. At the time the newspaper El Sol, wrote that “At the moment, the reasons why Maximiliano Serrano Pérez left office are unknown, however it surfaced that the case of the disappearance of two sailors who were made available to the senator by Morena, José Narro, may be one of the causes , in addition to the violence that continues in the port.”


According to El Universal, just a few days before this, the Mayor of Acapulco “publicly reprimanded him after citizens reported that traffic officers were extorting money.” (Source, Source




July 25, 2022 

Abelina López Rodríguez, the mayor of Acapulco, stated that Lt. Serrano Perez resigned from his position only because he was being promoted by the Marines to an important position so he could no longer fulfill his duties.


The news site Bajo Palabra ran the headline “Maximiliano Serrano leaves the SSP of Acapulco without explanation, mayor invents a story.”  (Source, Source, Source)




July 27, 2022

Senator Narro Céspedes posted on twitter the following:

“My respect and solidarity with the families of the Marines. 

They were never in my charge. Anybody that knows me, knows that I never travel around with bodyguards. 

My responsibility is to explain the facts before the Attorney General's Office and I did just that.” 






August 4, 2022 

A federal hearing was held in which Senator Narro Céspedes was questioned by a panel made up of Mexico City prosecutors, federal prosecutors and SEMAR authorities. 


After leaving the hearing, the Senator spoke to reporters, commenting that 


“The Marines were never in my charge. If you check If you check my agenda, which is generally public, I never attended an event, as they say I was going to do, called Revocation of Mandate. 


Those marines were never working under me. They never arrived. I briefly saw them there, but I never requested they be there. They arrived accompanied by another person.”




August 22, 2022 

Senator Narro Céspedes told reporters that he has formally filed two complaints about the intelligence leaks which revealed aspects like the documents filed by Seranno Perez and the alleged electronic communication which documented Narro Céspedes asking the mayor for bodyguards.


He also restated that: 

“We never requested the Marines - the Marines were never under our responsibility and the vehicle they were seen in [...] is a vehicle that we never had knowledge of, nor is it our property, nor do we have anything to do with it".





September 19, 2022

El Universal writer Hector Mauleon published an article covering the disappearance of the Marines. In his article he reveals the identity of one of the men at the dinner party to be Gerardo Teodoro Vázquez Barrera, alias El Gerry, a fact not previously made public. 


Hector Mauleon also published a document which is alleged to be the diplomatic cables that US Ambassador Ken Salazar sent on March 14 and March 30. 


The alleged cables share what DEA intelligence discovered about El Gerry and Américo Villarreal Anaya, the Tamaulipas senator (now governor elect) from the dinner meeting: that El Gerry had wired approximately $7 million dollars into a bank account belonging to the senator’s son, Humberto Villarreal Santiago between the months of September 2021 and January 2022. 


To view the documents published by the newspaper El Universal, please click here.



Following the story running in various press outlets on September 19, Narro took to twitter to clear his name. He has tweeted and retweeted several times denying the allegations, and accusing journalist Hector Mauleón of falsifying the documents in conspiracy with Tamaulipas governor Cabeza de Vaca. 


At at 3:56 PM on September 19, 2022, Narro tweeted a photo of him in an unrelated meeting with  Ken Salazar from earlier that day with the caption:



“The right wing has endless imagination to lie against the #4T, even creating confidential 'cables' which of course, are FALSE. We met with the US ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, and confirmed the falsity of these leaks. We will take action.”

Later at 7:09 PM he tweeted:



“The conservative right of our country likes to invent novels about transnational drug traffickers. We invite those conservatives to closely follow the trial of García Luna in New York, the true capo at the head of our country's security in the time of Felipe Calderón.”






September 20, 2022


At 11:14 PM, he tweeted:



“The lies of Cabeza de Vaca and Mauleón fall to pieces. They are desperate because their corruption in Tamaulipas is up and they know that justice is coming for them. We repeat: lies do not happen here. I share a video from @NachoRgz”


He then linked to this video


At 11:38 AM on September 20, 2022 he tweeted:



“Mauleón, we understand that you're upset. We didn't expect anything less, your soap opera lows have been revealed. The days of the 4th Transformation are transparent: headlines, lies, slander. Goodbye to the eye-catching headlines, welcome free press.”

Senator Narro then held a press conference in which he said that "As fundamental proof, they present the evidence of US agencies. And now, through the interventionism of the U.S. or of these bodies, they want to do justice in the country, violating a little bit the national sovereignty.” (Source





Update 9/21/2022: 


September 20, 2022 (continued) 

Later that day, Ken Salazar was asked about the authenticity of the cables while he was at an event with two governors. He responded that “the cables are not from the US, period.” (Source, Source, Source


Video Source: Jaime Guerrero

The ambassador’s response to the question will be covered in further detail in its own story (written by Borderland Beat contributor Socalj) later on today, however this update was added for the sake of clarity and transparency.


Hector Mauleon, the writer of the El Universal story which published the cables, released a response to accusations of the cables being fake. 


Last Friday, a source who has shared sensitive information with me several times, without it ever having been questioned, sent me a folder containing a set of supposed confidential cables that allegedly came from the U.S. Embassy and were addressed to various U.S. agencies.


The DEA, the Justice Department, Homeland Security and the Treasury Department, among others.


The folder also contained a deck of account statements that registered millionaire movements in a tax haven. In those statements appeared the name of a financial operator of the Northeast Cartel whose trail is today an enigma.


I asked the source where the documents came from and if there was absolute certainty that they were authentic. He answered yes, and added that they came from one of the above mentioned agencies.


I asked if there was a way to verify their authenticity with the author of the leak himself. He agreed and offered to put me in touch with him. That contact explained to me how those papers had come into his hands and assured me that they were part of an open file against Mexican politicians financed by huachicol and drug cartels.


Ambassador Ken Salazar stated yesterday that the documents I published on Monday did not come from the U.S. government. But my source and the official who delivered them stand by what I said. They are good and they prove that there is illicit money financing politics.


I believe that for the moment it does not matter. In view of the ambassador's position (expressed, not through an official document, but through a monosyllabic statement on the sidewalk), I can only apologize to the readers, and to the people who appear in the documents I published in this column: Senator José Narro Céspedes, and the governor-elect of Tamaulipas, Américo Villarreal Anaya. Was I wrong, was I deceived? We will see.


I believe, however, that none of this removes the suspicions about illicit financing, nor moves an inch the labyrinth of contradictions in which both politicians have incurred regarding the issue of the missing sailors and their meeting, photographically documented, in a restaurant of the Oasis Coyoacán shopping center, with Gerardo Teodoro Vázquez Barrera, El Gerry, once arrested for crimes against health and located as a financial operator of the Northeast Cartel.



He then goes on to reiterate details about the conflicting statements that Senator Narro and Mayor López Rodríguez made about the missing Marines, of all of which have been covered in detail above. 


He ends his story with:

The investigations, in which the Navy has participated, have pointed to the fact that on the day of his disappearance, El Gerry, as well as the marines Oscar Gonzalez Andrade and Victoriano Rodriguez Zurita, were carrying millions on their way to Acapulco. According to Eje Central, the financial operator had an appointment in Cuernavaca with members of the Northeast Cartel, but he never arrived.


The dark plot of the meeting in Oasis Coyoacán and the whereabouts of two sailors about whose fate Senator Narro gives a different version every time he opens his mouth have been hidden under the noise raised by the "confidential cables" -whose validity, I repeat, my sources support-.


The noise of the "cables" will pass and the marines will still not appear. And then the evidence, compiled by the DEA and the Navy, about the flow of dirty money into politics will be waiting for us.



55 comments:

  1. This is an excellent, comprehensive analysis of a delicate event. Great job Hearst!

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    1. Agree 3:24 - thanks Hearst. CDN has they shit tight on the DL….or it was on the DL! Read sumthin last week in comments about how CDN killin it$$

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    2. Saying that Ken Salazar “confirmed the falsity of these cables” is a very risky move since Salazar will inevitably be asked about that.

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    3. Thank you Huaso.
      Even though El Universal got the ball rolling on this, Hearst and Huaso did a good job of pulling everything together, translating and making some sense for their English readers. Google translate could never do this so we are dependent on folks like Hearst, Sol, Huaso and the whole Borderlandbeat team that make this possible.
      If anything happens to the El Universal reporters who broke this story, we must make our voices heard. I believe as consumers of news that we can make a difference when these reporters are kidnapped or killed. If we remain silent we are as guilty as the killers.

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    4. It was fake you dummy 🤣🤣🤣 fake cables fake “confirmation” Ken already said it

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    5. Aqui no pasa nada!!

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    6. @8:40 pm The Marines going missing is very much real. El Gerry being at a dinner party with two senators right before they went missing, real.

      The US cables is just one aspect of what happened.

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    7. Gracias Hearst, Sol, Ivan, Huaso, & the rest at BB… always informed or trying to inform the masses… much appreciated…

      -Holden D. Cash

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    8. Mexico es un puto chiste, pinches Muertos de hambre!

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    9. 8:27 carroñeros always welcome any carcass, vulture, snake, hyena or stinking rotten pig make no difference to pinches "muertos de hombre",
      like you, pendejo.

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  2. Every governor in Mexico is corrupt and gets cartel money just like most governors from the U.S of A but nobody cares to look into their illegal activities.
    Mexican governors get caught and get a slap on the wrist for millions of brave money but never get any time for stealing all the money from their state.
    Slap on the rist and a pat on the back for destabilizing Mexico 🇲🇽 is all they get

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    1. only a matter of time before the average citizens get fed up , really fed up with all the bullshit. then there will be an uprising and overthrow of the government. Mexico as a narco state, is not sustainable. it can't go on like this forever, something will happen mark my words. people are not going to let all this thievery just happen all the time, it's been decades of this shit but eventually the music will stop. lots of scumbags in Mexico's government, former and current, that need to be permanently removed from society.

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  3. Hearst, is this your original work? If it is, great job!

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    1. Every article I post is something I wrote myself. All original.
      Thank you. :D

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  4. Damned the political office of men covering up, as to what happened to the Marines.
    I smell a cover up.

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  5. “De lo segundo (pregunta sobre investigación contra Américo Villareal) esos cables no son de los Estados Unidos, punto”. https://elefanteblanco.mx/2022/09/20/cables-filtrados-sobre-americo-villarreal-no-son-de-eu-ken-salazar/

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  6. MORENA y achichincles de AMLO: Puro Cochinero

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  7. Very in-depth, thank you very much.

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  8. https://www.publimetro.com.mx/noticias/2022/09/20/ken-salazar-embajador-niega-cables-que-vinculan-a-americo-villarreal-con-cartel-del-noreste/

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    1. !!! Thank you for linking to this. This came out after I was done writing so I didn't catch it.

      Thank you. I'll update the story in the morning, as soon as I can.

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    2. De nada , tratando de contribuir con algo a este gran sitio,lo sigo x 10 años,on & off . Tmy

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    3. HEARST, is there any veracity to this?

      https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/22419146-mini-lic-jail-release-confirmation

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    4. 5:54:
      Thanks for anything that adds to the story. I appreciate you taking the time to provide the link to Hearst. I look forward to the update.

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    5. Hey guys. I added an update with the ambassador's comment saying the cables weren't from the US. I kept it brief only because I know Socalj is going to cover it more in an upcoming story. Hope everyone understands.

      I also added sections of Mauleon's response article. I'll look the Mini Lic link further. Thanks.

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  9. I guess we know who Americo is going to favor as the new gobernador of Tamaulipas. Paging Iztli

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  10. Huevo will do his bestest effort to clear this up

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    1. Underrated comment right here.

      Someone really needs to ask Mr. Egg to comment on the veracity of the money transfers. He's in the US, he's got free time, I'm sure he won't mind.

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    2. 😂 lol Mr. Egg

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    3. Para Huevo, Humpty Dumpty who fell from the wall and all the king's men and all the king's horses could not mend well...
      Huevo Trevino es puro culero como su tia la zeta chorrienta, alias Judas, living off the Zetas Made Money and empire.

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  11. Valio la pena leer todo esto. Bien echo

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  12. Banger of an article. Very impressive. Be careful!

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  13. As long as Mexico wins the World Cup everything is ok.

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  14. Tying up loose ends. "Three people can keep a secret if two of them are dead..." Benjamin Franklin (I think).

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  15. Cabeza de Vaca was in the pocket of CDG, I'm guessing Metros, right? If the new governor is funded by the CDN then the Tamaulipas underworld will be facing big changes...

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  16. Of course all these guys have ARMED security! The average Mexican citizen better NOT DARE even have a basic handgun or assault rifle legally to protect his family! These criminals get protected but the average guy and his family, NO!
    This story is a nut shell describes how fucked up the failed narco state of Mexico is and their pathetic gun laws

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    1. Unbelievable how the laws in Mexico work. The average citizens will get the book thrown at him, if caught with a weapon. But if a Cartel member gets arrested, a curupt judge gets a bribe, out the jail cell goes, the criminals to commit crimes.

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    2. 5:05 you, hijueputa, would never miss a chance to sell weapons in México, even at communion time with the hostias!

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  17. And in other news Mexicans have given up trying to find an honest politician. They have decided to rather play the popular game "Dont Look Here. Look there. And blame the gringos"

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    1. 6:33 not every gringo is a bad person, but you are a fully bad person for talking shit.

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  18. https://criteriohidalgo.com/a-criterio/columnas/sobre-los-cables-clasificados ,hoy sale esta declaracion o aclaracion de , De mauleon , @HEARTS .Tmy

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    1. Gracias.
      Check the bottom of my article. I got it covered. But thank you for the help.

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    2. Hearst Will be getting the Time Magazine award of the Year, for in depth articles, of atrocities transpiring in Mexico. Thanks BB for keeping us informed.

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  19. Wow what a great article to read. This goes to show you when politician gets involve in criminality, a failed nation will play. Mexico is a narco state and a failed state. And America is to blame for its drug addiction.

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    1. Nobody forced Mexico to become a failed narco state. I am tired of the 'blame the US' game. Canada isnt a failed narco state. This is a Mexican problem. Furthermore if it werent drugs they would still be killing extorting and kidnapping each other. Its a problem of values and morals. How about Mexico takes some responsibility for its own behaviour

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    2. America did not force the Narcos, to bring drugs to USA.
      Same saying goes the gun did not kill the innocent man, the criminal behind the trigger killed the person.

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    3. Nah son. Face the facts Americans and Europeans are the hbuggest drug users is this world. Without the demands and the mighty billions of dollars, cartel won’t be this strong. Take the blame for mexicos situation man. Supply and demand buddy!!!

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    4. @8:04 without drug demand, cartels wouldn't exist, idiot. Or they would be small gangs, not criminals with military equipment. Most of their income comes from selling drugs, extortion wouldn't even make them the same amount of money. Even if they disappeared from Mexico, they would become another country's problem, like Ecuador or Colombia, this isn't entirely the US's fault, but they do play an important role as the drug market in that country is huge.

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    5. @8:40 Wrong. Most of the cartel's income comes from drug trafficking. Without the demand in the US, they would be reduced to gangs within a matter of months. They wouldn't have the funds to buy more weapons and ammunition to fight cops, let alone the military. They would move to other business where armed sicarios on the street aren't necessary. Violence would most definitely go down and they would be much more discreet in their crimes. Obviously Mexico is still to blame, but to say the US doesn't play a role in the Cartel's growth is being disingenuous. Other South American countries like Colombia and Peru are also to blame here for allowing coca fields to exists on their land.

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    6. 8:04, if you really think that with out drugs Mexicans would still be killing, kidnapping and extorting each other, then not only are you ignorant but you're a straight moron. Even with drugs and the cartels, Mexico wasn't seeing much of those things mentioned about 15 or 20 years ago. Do your homework before you look like an ignorant, bigoted, idiot again

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  20. "on the day of his disappearance, El Gerry, as well as the marines Oscar Gonzalez Andrade and Victoriano Rodriguez Zurita, were carrying millions on their way to Acapulco" So does this all boil down to being a heist of bribe money?

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  21. Mr. Egg has been doing a great job, just don't go messing with Humpty Dumpty.

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  22. Great work, Hearst and Huaso!!! Damm fine work!!!!!

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  23. El Gerry disappears in March. Same time El Huevo went down. During CDN’s leadership transition. Poor Marines were with wrong guy in wrong place at wrong time. CDN has been noticeably less loud than they were. No more open gun chases with Tropa Del Infierno. Relative to their recent history and trends…CDN is very quiet. Things have changed under new leadership.

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