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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

"El Ponchis" Child Sicario Returns to the US-San Antonio, Texas

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"I'm already picturing myself as a good man,said "El Ponchis" in an interview with Proceso 
"El Ponchis" shortly after his arrest Dec. 2010

Early this morning under heavy security of elements from state, federal and State Attorney General's Office, Edgar Jimenez Lugo, alias "El Ponchis" or "El Niño Sicario" left the Court of Justice for Adolescents in Morelos.

According to data from the Morelos government secretary, Jorge Vicente Guillén Messeguer, who said 
in an interview with Mexico’s Milenio news channel that the youth, had served all but about a week of his three-year sentence, had family in San Antonio. Once in the United States, Jimenez would be sent to what he referred to as a “support center” where he would be treated as a “boarder,” not as an inmate. 'El Ponchis', 17, left the detention center at 2:30 am Tuesday to be transferred to the International Airport in Mexico City .

The official explained that Edgar departed from Mexico City en route to San Antonio, Texas, USA, where his family is waiting for him to be admitted to a rehabilitation support center.

A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City released a statement Tuesday morning that shed little light on the fate of the youth, who was born in San Diego.

“We are aware of Edgar Lugo’s upcoming release by the Mexican authorities following completion of his sentence,” the statement said. “We are closely coordinating with our Mexican counterparts and appropriate authorities in the United States regarding Edgar Lugo’s release. Due to privacy considerations, we do not publicly discuss details of matters involving U.S. citizens.”

In a separate TV interview, Morelos Gov. Graco Ramirez said that Edgar's rehabilitation had been "notable," and that he would continue it in the United States.

Ramirez confirmed that the youth was not being extradited to the U.S. Rather, he was being sent there because his life was at risk if he remained in Morelos.
It may be recalled that on 20 November, it first was reported that the teenager would not leave prison until December 3, after spending three years in captivity.

the child assassin better known as "El Ponchis", is looking for alternatives to continue his social rehabilitation process and one that is being considered is his return to the United States, where he was born.

"He's scared, he knows that the situation will not be easy for him and there is a history of young people who have kidnapped once they graduate from the social rehab center of. He knows that and has asked, somehow, to be protected , "said Ana Virinia Perez Gomez, president of the Court of Justice for Adolescents in Morelos.

El Ponchis was born in the United States but has spent much of his time growing up in in Mexico, where sisters and an aunt live.

His mother now lives in San Diego where she has another family.

Upon serving his sentence, the Court of Justice for Adolescents Center in Morelos the adolescent will be released from the facility and whether or not he has been able to overcome his criminal behavior remains uncertain.

Edgar "El Ponchis" Jimenez Lugo was arrested three years ago when he tried to board a flight to San Diego, California, where the flight originated. BB Dec. 3, 2010

The child, admitted to being a member of the South Pacific Cartel and participated in kidnapping, torture and murder of at least four people. 

Édgar Jimenez Lugo, who at the time only14 years old, admitted to being a cartel member and participating in kidnapping and torture.  He was convicted of beheading four men whose bodies were found in August 2010 under a bridge near Tabachines.  He was accused abduction, of torture by beheading, transportation of drugs possession of weapons military use-only weapons,  and military use during his participation in the South Pacific Cartel.

Authorities later linked him with 300 violent deaths which occurred in Morelos where he had the task of beheading and mutilating his victims.

"Edgar fulfills his sentence and will be credited with time served before or on December 3, 2013. Since he faces no U.S. charges, he will be free to move north upon his release should he so choose. The court has been considering several possibilities for his future" said Ana Perez Gomez Virinia. 

Background, December 2010 Arrested, Trial July 2011
MEXICO CITY — A juvenile court judge Tuesday found the child assassin nicknamed "El Ponchis" guilty of multiple murders, kidnappings and other crimes, then sentenced him to three years in a youth jail, the maximum allowed by state law.

Edgar Jimenez Lugo, 15 (at the time of his sentencing) helped murder four men and kidnap three others last year in the service of a cartel, Judge Jose Luis Jaimes ruled. The teen will serve his sentence at a youth prison outside the city of Cuernavaca, about 50 miles south of Mexico City.
Jimenez was arrested by army troops 2010 December as he attempted to board a flight with a 19-year-old sister, Elizabeth Jimenez Lugo, going to Tijuana at an airport near Cuernavaca south of Mexico City.

The two planned to cross the border into San Diego to be with their mother, Jimenez Lugo told reporters when they were handed over to federal authorities on Friday. Soldiers also detained another sister, Lina Erika Jimenez Lugo, 23, who had driven them to the airport.
Paraded before the press by soldiers, the boy confessed to the murders and other crimes.
I slit their throats,” Jimenez said in response to a reporter's question, shocking a Mexican public already hardened by years of gangland fighting that's claimed some 40,000 lives. The boy said he started his career of with his first murder at the age of 11.

The public confession was inadmissible in the trial that began on July 18. Instead, prosecutors called 42 witnesses in the closed-door oral trial, including several of those Jimenez was accused of kidnapping. The boy's court appointed attorneys did not call a single witness and the judge ruled other evidence presented by them to be invalid.

Officials accuse the three of working for the Cartel of the South Pacific, a branch of the splintered Beltran Leyva gang fighting for control of the central state of Morelos, where he grew up.

Jimenez and other under-aged accomplices worked as enforcers for the Beltran Leyva narcotics drug cartel in the Cuernavaca area. Following the killing by Mexican marines of boss Arturo Beltran Leyva, the gang fell into internal warfare throughout  much of last year, leaving hundreds dead in and near Cuernavaca.

"El Ponchis" was tried only for the killing of four men whose bodies were hung from a busy highway overpass. In addition, he was convicted of narcotics trafficking, weapons possession and kidnapping, the state prosecutors office said in a statement.

Authorities say Edgar and his sister Elizabeth Jimenez Lugo worked for Julio "El Negro" Padilla, who has been fighting for control of the drug trade in Morelos, formerly part of the territory under the Beltran Leyva cartel.

Elizabeth Jimenez Lugo was allegedly "El Negro's" Padilla's girlfriend. He was arrested late in March 2010 for a murder near Cuernavaca and also for the murder seven innocent people found stuffed into a compact car.
Officials had not located a birth certificate for the boy is on file in San Diego County. But birth records so show Elizabeth Jimenez Lugo was born in 1991 at Mercy Hospital Medical Center in San Diego, and her sister, Lina Erika, is registered as having been born in Jiutepec, Mexico. Both records name Carmen Solis, born in 1926, as the mother and no father.

Solis, who has since died, was their paternal grandmother  and she is who also raised Edgar in Jiutepec, according to a close relative, who asked not to be named for fear of retaliation.

Authorities had been looking for Edgar since videos appeared a month ago on the Internet showing teenagers mugging with weapons and some victims, claiming they were drug cartel assassins. One teen nicknamed "El Ponchis" was believed to be as young as 12.
The relative said his nickname is "Ponchi," a name the family gave him when he was a pudgy 4-year-old.

Soldiers hunting for the boy barged into a baptism party of his young cousin in late November and searched every corner. They returned two days later, nearly breaking down the gate to the two-story concrete house shared by several families in a working-class suburb of Cuernavaca, the relative said
This time they even checked under the bed, but didn't find the boy.

After that, his family decided to send him with his sister to San Diego to be with their mother, the relative told The Associated Press.

"We didn't think he would get caught," she said.

The boy told reporters that he was kidnapped and forced to work for the cartel at age 11 and participated in at least four executions, though he said he was drugged and under threat.

The children were taken by child protective service workers after testing reportedly found cocaine in Edgar's bloodstream. Both parents were addicted to crack cocaine and had frequent brushes with the law.

In the 1990s, child welfare officials removed Jimenez and five siblings from their parent's custody in San Diego. He was a baby when his father brought the boy his siblings from San Diego back to Jiutepec, an industrial suburb of Cuernavaca, to live his mother.  In a 2010 Los Angeles Times interview with Edgar’s father, David Jimenez, he admitted that he and his wife had been known to fight violently.

Edgar Jimenez’s grandmother was appointed legal guardian and brought the children to Mexico. But she died in 2004, and Jimenez dropped out of school in the third grade.
"The boy loved her very much, and we watched how he would hug her as if she were his mother," the relative said.

Neighbors said the father remarried and the two captured teens talked about a stepmother.
The family knew the petite boy with curly hair and soft voice was hanging out with the wrong crowd but refuse to believe he was a killer for hire.

"Ponchi was an errand boy, not an assassin," the relative said.
"He is a sweet boy," the relative said. "Maybe he appeared in the video just to show off."
But under judicial reforms enacted two years ago, Morelos state sets a maximum sentence of three years for offenders aged 12 to 15. Older minors can be sentenced to five years in prison, and those younger than 12 can't be tried at all.

On Nov. 20, credited with time served, Jimenez will be released in December 2013, court officials told the Mexican press. Since he faces no U.S. charges, the boy will be free to move north of the border upon release.

Military notes on El Ponchi; Extreme cruelty, the record reveals 

Following his grandmother's death and after frequent run-ins with teachers, "El Ponchis" was allowed to drop out of school after the third grade. His street life began for real then.

Edgar Jimenez Lugo was arrested when he was 14 years old, and became known almost immediately as El Ponchis, or Sicario Niño.  In the shadow of his mentor Julio Jesus Hernandez Radilla  AKA Julio Jesús Padilla Hernández, who the PGR identified as "El Negro", "El Ponchis" took just two years to transcend his nickname to the national, even global levels, after a military investigation placed him as the first documented case of a child who was trained in Mexico by a crime organization to torture and kill opponents of his criminal group, often under the influences of marijuana, according to the record AP/PGR/MOR/CV/726/2010 -II.

A series of videos uploaded to the Internet in mid-2010 betrayed El Ponchis's activities, and so began the persecution that made military personnel aware of the minor as the CPS assassin, who before his arrest was already carrying a hefty list of crimes..

Minutes before taking the taxi to the airport terminal, "El Niño sicario" met with his mentor, Julio de Jesús Radilla Hernández, "El Negro, who a few days earlier recommended that "El Ponchis" should leave the country.
And while Edgar and two sisters drove to the airport, the 24th military zone received an anonymous call that warned of the imminent escape of the child sicario by plane that evening

Judicial TJO-019/2011 file contains the military report on the arrest of "El Ponchis" at the Mariano Matamoros Airport, signed by eight soldiers of the 21st Infantry Battalion of the 24th Military Zone.

The official document reported that Edgar Jimenez's father asked him several times to leave the criminal organization, while his mother only knew the teen worked washing trucks for CPS.

The military commander who arrested the child told officials it was the first time the young sicario was going to see his mother because he did not remember her well as he left the United States when he so young.

Edgar said he would travel to the United States-with a birth certificate from  San Diego County, California-on instructions from his boss because who recommended the departure, "Go, because this is very bad, they will grab you, take care of yourself."

Edgar and his sisters gathered on December 2 at Las Fuentes in Civac, Cuernavaca, a regular meeting place of CPS members. Julio de Jesus Radilla was driving a white Tsuru with tinted windows, but later they took a taxi to the airport where they intended to take a flight at 21:30.
A military report signed by a military commander, identified as Barrales, said that around 20:00 that night the army received an anonymous call to report that Edgar Jimenez Lugo "El Niño Sicario" would flee on a plane to Tijuana, Baja California, with one of his sisters .
Then Lieutenant Barrales left for the airport with 16 operatives, where they found Edgar and Elizabeth who had their boarding passes printed, in hand and were preparing to leave on Volaris  flight number Y4841 at 21:15 hours landing in Tijuana at 23:05 a couple hours later. They had documents for their luggage and they were in the waiting area
There the siblings were detained by the military who searched Edgar's belongings and found two pistols supplied with cartridges. Then they searched him and found in his trouser pockets 12 envelopes of cocaine and two packages of marijuana.

In their belongings they brought two birth certificates issued from the state of California and two cell phones, and on one of them, the Sony phone, there was a video where a man is being tortured by people impersonating CPS. Another video shows a dead man whose body does not have any skin on the chest, abdomen and left arm.

In another video, men are hung in a room and subjected torture. In another one,  "El Ponchis" appears beating detainees with a stick that is engraved with the initials of the CPS.
The videos are of young people between 14 and 23 years old, but Edgar said the CPS had recruited new people, 19 and 20 year olds, working under the orders of Julio de Jesus Radilla,arrested in May 2011, in Veracruz suspected of the murder of seven people, including Juan Francisco Sicilia Ortega, son of writer and poet Javier Sicilia.


Life with El Negro
Before authorities, Edgar said he had studied to third grade at the Miahuxochitl school, in the town of Tejalpa in the municipality of Jiutepec, Morelos, and then he was accepted and entered the CPS to meet  "El Negro" when he was 12 years old, who "lifted" and took him to his home in Cuernavaca.

"Now you have a home and work," he promised him, and since then, El Ponchis said, he was subjected to military discipline by Julio de Jesus, who informed him that he had been a soldier and so when "he was in the safe house he expected good behavior or he disciplined him and others, planked even arrested him, giving him days of forced payments for offenses.

He confessed that as a "worker" for CPS he killed five people, 1 shot with a gun, four of them beheaded,"but my teammates have killed 36 people," he admitted. "El Negros" orders were to take victims to the safe houses to torture, and then murder. His work in the CPS, he said, was to steal, prohibit rivals from getting information to victims and then kill them.

One of his last exhibitions of "antisocial behavior", according to the definition of the Morelos Justice Adolescent, happened two months before the capture of "El Ponchi. It involvedand was the murder of a man whose body they dumped on the Cuernavaca-Acapulco highway, at the near the Antonio Barona neighborhood. 

The head was split open and in the brain they put ground meat and then threw it in that place, says a report by the Directorate General of Regional Police Deployment of the PGR. But if greater weight was used by the prosecution to prove Edgar's "antisocial behavior"  probably it was the quadruple homicide committed the August 22, 2010 around 01:00 hours, when he was in company of three of his accomplices who were in two vehicles. They intercepted a Peugeot on Avenida Ciudad Chapultepec  in Cuernavaca  In the Peugeot were the youngsters named Edgar Eduardo Ayala Gallardo , Mauricio Michael Maravilla Martinez, Eder Ernesto Calderon  Martínez, andEric Ivan Ayala Ortiz.

Subsequently, the hostages were  taken under the threat of high powered weapons to the safe house in Colonia Las Fuentes, Jiutepec. There they were beaten in the face, skull, thorax, neck, chest, abdomen and then tied with a plastic cord. They they cut off various parts of their bodies.  Their genitals were chopped off and heads decapitated.  Then they were taken to kilometer 93 on the Mexico-Acapulco highway. There they attached a card to the bodies, the genitals were cast on the asphalt. From the bridge at Tabachines, where they suspended bodies with plastic ropes tied to the feet and slipped them into the void. In the end they put a cardboard and genitals on the asphalt.

JIUTEPEC, Mexico - U.S. Embassy officials met with Mexico's alleged child assassin to check on his welfare and provide him with legal information.  It is unclear whether the request was initiated by the teenager or the U.S. authorities who have regularly visited Edgar Jiminez at the custody center in Morelos that currently holds 134 juveniles.

But Embassy spokesman Alexander Featherstone said U.S. officials met with the teen early on to offer him consular assistance. 

Another Spokesman for the US Embassy refused to comment on the case after consulting with the State Department. Several U.S. law enforcement agencies also declined to comment on Edgar’s transfer request.

Edgar, who turned 17 in May, has not been accused of crimes in the Americans or U.S. institutions. Criminal justice experts, however, have said U.S. prosecutors could try to pursue conspiracy charges against the teen based on possible links to cross-border drug smuggling networks.

Proceso Interview

"I'm already picturing myself as a good man," said El Ponchi

At 14 he gave his first interview with two Army soldiers at his side.  Then he revealed that he had beheaded four against the Beltran Leyva Cartel in Morelos.

Three years afterwards, days before leaving  the Custody Discipline Center  Cempla, after completing his sentence,  Édgar Jiménez Lugo, in a telephone interview, confessed he had been living in hell inside the jail and promised upon leaving to live a different life, but at 17, it is not clear how he will do it

The only thing he knows he's not afraid of what's to come–

Are you not afraid of it out there, things aren't like they were before–

I'm more concerned than anything but not afraid

Édgar Jiménez Lugo known by his family as El Ponchis, was detained December 2, 2010 when he tried to escape to the US; the army was already looking for him.

A day later, he was presented outside the PGR in Morelos.

Now remember that previous to his detention he had talked with his mother

She asked me what had happened and why had they detained me over .  She couldn't believe her eyes.

Did you tell her you would go to her?  

No, well I told her I was going to her to start a new life but then I couldn't make it.

You already wanted to change life since they detained you

Well I already was going for an improvement in my life and I was going to leave my shit behind

Is it true that the military hit you?  But he refuses to answer

Prior to his release, Édgar only knows that no later than the third of December he will leave  after three year in Cempla. However the waiting in cell 6, he confesses feel good and different than when I entered. I feel good, different.

So well he affirms it that he could go to the US even though he prefer to stay in Mexico–

do you want to go or to stay here in Mexico
–no, well here  in Mexico–

They already are helping you find work–
the truth is that I go and I have thought I go there in order to change my life–

You already spoke with your family to know what they're going to do
And what did they tell you?

no, well,  because we'll talk about when I go out and then decide what to do

A minor, the Unitary Court of Justice, sentenced him to three years in prison after finding him guilty of crimes of homicide, organized crime and possessing a firearm used exclusively by the army . 

In a few days his sentence will be fullfilled 

no, well  the truth I've thought and wondered reflecting about things because out there I wasn't thinking nothing

–Did lonliness come to you.  Were you bothered by lonliness

Dang being here sucks, it's fucking hell.

What are you thinking when you are within the four walls, Edgar–

Well I think about working, having a family, wellness, you know a future

Have you spoken to you mother over there in the united states– no for right anow but when I arrive yes–

How do you picture yourself?

I'm seeing myself, coming to society as a good man , like I already said, already reflected some things and I'm feeling there's motivation to try other things, not the same anymore, it is positive now

Edgar left  Court of Justice for Adolescents (Cempla) Tuesday morning and was taken to Imigration (INM) to process his assisted return to the United States. In the morning he was taken to the International Airport of Ciudad de Mexico where he was transported to San Antonio informed Jorge Messeguer, Government Secretary. In respect to the judge,  Ana Virinia Pérezcial, who explained that it will be a welfare institution which concludes with a reintegration treatment that he didn't finish by the end of the three years 

The judge of the case, Rosalía Martínez de León in a press conference explained that the court has the legal right to anticipate the departure of adolescents of Cempla.

The judge explained that Édgar was taken to immigration to process the minor's assisted return to the United State upon having made the request of the American consulate

the officials explained that the minor will be handed over to the American government who will be completing the reintegration or reinsertion at an institution they don't even know the name.

El Ponchis' Prognosis is good according to Vanguardia

Lastly Vangardia  says in a Nov. 30 article that the prognosis for social reintegration of El Ponchis is bad. the study of his personality made during his stay at the Center for Freedom custodial Measures (Cempla) of Morelos.According to the text, the young could even return to the delinquency of a more violent form.

"It is likely that upon release integrates major criminal gangs and their degree of danger rises considerably," the study dated February 16, 2012.

I considered high risk to society, with low IQ, called "Niño Sicario" presents conduct disorder, characterized by conducting aggressive, transgressive behaviors of social and legal norms.

This, says the study, was shown by the acts committed by the young man (confessed to beheading four people). Furthermore, the degree of aggressiveness is high, as well as his self-centeredness and emotional indifference (not interested in others).

On November 26, El Ponchis ended his years of imprisonment and was moved to Mexico City to be shipped to the U.S., where his parents live.

His profile produced by the Cempla of Morelos, El Ponchis is not subject to the rules, shows discontent and aggression.

His life of crime is the result of coming from a dysfunctional, disorganized, and highly criminogenic family because his parents were  were arrested on crimes related to drugs on several occasions and even on child abuse/neglect to their six children, the children were removed from the home.

Sources: Riodoce, Univision, Dailybreeze, informador, Universal, Latimes, Diario, Vanguardia


  1. The lord do forgive ppl but he better not try doing those things in texas as they will light him up if he does!!!

  2. He seems liek he's going to be a very proactive member of society

  3. great. now we can kill him.

  4. Why cant the usa pass laws to keep mass murdered out of the usa if you killed more than one person you should never be allowed back into the usa this little monster will end up in the system and killing again

    1. Ur stupid he is a usa citizen ..god bless him. U ignoran fuck

    2. 1:40 like "a us citizen"has a license to do as he pleases,while this stupid youth may be a victim of parental neglect,and abuse of an infant by his comrades,he never had mercy for his victims,his only concern is his ass,even now.
      Wondering about his parents descent into crack addiction,I wonder if it started as a sharing of a toke,innocently,not hurting anyone, just "dandose las tres"...
      There is blame to share and pass around now,from a society that allows grown people to just go and fuck up to the family that covers up and protect their own.
      This young mofo may have got away with his indiscretions,but his sisters,his cuñao,his family are there in Mexico,and his victims families know where to find take your "blessings" to them...

  5. Don't agree with posting this he is or he was a victiam to bullshit ass narcos ...let him go be..I have faith in this kid he be somebody good..god bless him

    1. 12:00 everybody needs to know there are problems like this in society,and take corrective measures,before another angelic baboon like this asshole meets your children or mine.
      I am sure his ass got raped plenty in the institution where he was detained,as I am sure he will have nightmares for the rest of his motherfucking life and so will his family and his partners in crime...

  6. ugly lil curly headed f**k , he's probably guna live good in san antonio

    1. And stopp hating ..ur mom has not tought u manners .dude.who r u to judge.tell me.

  7. This kid has to realize that memories fade slowly and some people don't forget and never will. What he did not realize is he made a life choice at a young age and now it's to late to go back, those that allowed him in are the one's who really committed a crime against the child because they got him killed.

  8. So they just let mass murder back in the usa, the Border patrol and ICE should denied this little bastard his rights to enter, no one wants someone like him on this side of the border he belong with his murdering friend in mexico walking the streets.

    1. Just like the usa deports maxivans for trying to make a better life ..why shouldn't mexico deport usa citizens back ..dumb ass he's a us citizen

    2. Aka as a anchor baby

  9. I just hope this guy gets his little ass murdered in the most painful way, either in México or the USA, we don't need people like him living and roaming around our neighborhoods. I don't believe none of that 'he's innocent bullshit' he knew what he was doing and he enjoyed it. He was traveling from San Diego, California to South México to carry out contract killings, he even had a plan on how to go and come back. He was doing murder for hire and that's it. I hope someone does the same with him. Off with his head.

  10. I go way back to the beginning bitch. He was 11 to 14 yrs old and threatened with his own life if he didn't follow orders. He had to coke up in order to leave reality so he could act out his crimes. His sister was getn fucked by ugly fat evil ass el negro. No mother or father to guide or protect him. Put yourself in his shoes for just one minute of your pea brain mind. You're the one that needs to read the bible jackass. God works in mysterious ways. G

  11. Beware the Bible thumpers
    Who eat saints
    And poop devils.
    revenge will come to him,to his accomplices, to his abusers,to his family,and to his victims,nobody goes without paying...

  12. That's not even him in those pictures where " he" is holding a blind folded guy

  13. @November 28, 2013 at 2:20 AM

    He did his jailtime you bloodthirsty fool. You don't want to live by law? That's the problem in american justice system, you judge by your feelings.

    I bet YOU are new to BB.

  14. The governments too pussy to do anything but the cartels don't give a shit. He'll be starring in his own execution video himself. He'll get his in the end just watch.

  15. Amen brother. I been reading BB since 2009 almost everyday. And yes I remember this kid and his videos. I remember that most people here agre that his sentence was way to lightly. The mexican sistem is fucked up. And yea I think alot of people here now days are fairly new and have no clue.

  16. Either the Gulf Cartel or the Z's will offer him a job in the U.S.

  17. he is both mexican and american citizen
    he has not left mexico yet the story changed now

  18. Thanks for gathering this info. On this little creep Havana. I bey you will be posting in less than a year that he returned to Morales and is caught doing something horrid, offensive and/or stupid.

  19. kill this asshole on sight!

  20. he wants to be a good man LOL yeh right. You can't just be involved in and do 100's of murders then want to be a 'good man' like none of that ever happened.

    He's clearly a psychopath who needs to die.

  21. Two things which occurred to me after reading the comments regarding " el ponchis", and the arguments concerning him .
    First , not everyone that is pressurised into joining cartels by violence join. Point in case the san Fernando massacre of the people who refused at gun point to join the zetas and chose to die instead.
    Second , beheading a live or dead human being would be traumatic for anyone , look at the amount of vets with ptsd from taking part in any combat. Only psychopaths can do this sort of thing and not be permanently mentally scarred for life by it. Most research implies psychopaths are 1 in 100 of ordinary folk , but do not act on their violent fantasies unless they develop psychosis within the condition.

    For Ponchis to have participated in so many killings , remember not only the 4 he was charged with but so many more, and to remain able to function normally implies his is psychopathic with a propensity for psychotic behavoir.

    I would take him straight into an asylum for the crimally insane , and incarcerate him there for life. Many people have made great contributions to society from institutions , and if he wants to do that he still would have the chance, within an environment that would care for him and negate his violent tendencies with the appropriate medical treatment.

  22. really, s.a isnt that big when you know where to look, most likely he will be in the south or west side, if at all he will probably pop up at the flea mkt or some of the mercados off of fredricksburg west commerce or highway 90, military dr. etc. he is ugly too, so he sTands out

  23. Like the interview. He sounds a little freaked by his reformatorio. Good! He totally got off easy. I hope the military beat him. Texas could be the worst place to send that kid.

  24. Who is going to hire him? With no education, what is he going to do in the USA? He is going to be a problem for sure. He will be and feel like a nobody. He felt like somebody when he was taking lives and being a zeta. He will be just like all the other gangsters in a gang, who say these are my family.

  25. I just wonder what his mother must really thinks - one thing is he needs one large boat load of mental heath and they should give him a mandetory vasectomy! Maybe they did in Texas already.

  26. Maybe he'll be killed in Texas even if no one knows his name. I assure you, some poeple knows his name

  27. Some of Mexico's laws really should be changed especially regarding underaged narco murderers-sicarios. They deserve harsher penalties- not just a little slap on the wrist.

  28. To me this seems f uped-they better really watch this ex-sicarito very closely. I bet they do.

  29. @6:53 what are you talking about hahaha, I've never heard of forced vasectomies, but I think it is not the worst idea I've ever heard. For serial murderers of more than one murder it is a very good deterrent! They should give the little prick a vasectomy. I wonder if he knows English. He'll need tutoring to catch up especially if he can't speak the language.

  30. Some of you forgive, some don't. Time doesn't forgive or forget. This little punk better be scared. Everything comes back eventually.

  31. they should let the u.s. put 30 bullets in him then we can send him back to mexico with a tag... try to referbish this s#$@

  32. Well i`d say keep an eye on this little devil.

  33. Lock his ass up in Pelican Bay for 3 yrs. I bet he'll change for sure.

  34. the usa government will take him under their wing and make him an even better killer. dam America keep your trash on your side of the border .tired of seeing American crackheads asking for change and collecting cans freaking shame dude.

  35. Seriously with world population at an all time high why dnt we start getting rid of narcos, murderers and molesters,especially people like ponchis!!!!

  36. that's not El Ponchis...the real Ponchis still on the loose and killing people..

  37. Andrew Pease and CPS San Antonio are criminals. Obama is using CPS against iT consultants and finance top managers . Possible human traffic activities between DIF Mexico and CPS San Antonio, and relation with the catholic Pope.
    The pope start visiting and made business with them, The catholic church has to recuperate the money of the sues against them in ...USA. He knew about the killing of millions of Chineses of a religious group, Chineses offered him the life of the Chinese children of this religious group (Genocide massacre in China). Good opportunity, he contacted Hillary Clinton, and Calderon, opus dei members, business done in high level.
    It seems that Joaquin Castro works for the China Imperium including India and their satellites countries like Mexico. Human Traffic between DIF Mexico to CPS San Antonio of Mexican, children from India and Chinese children. Allowing investment of American and Mexican mafias in San Antonio. Shame on Joaquin Castro. The true will come soon.
    Calderon and his wife controlled DIF Mexico, the only entity similar to Child Protective Services in USA and with legal authority to USCIS (Immigration), Calderon and his wife were the only taking decision of adoption in Mexico through the States, instead of help many children to legalize their situation in the States, they used them as a personal business, each child more than 15,000.00 USD, they were coming from China, India and also Mexican children to be given in adoption in the States, no body (Mexican, Mexican American families), even the personnel in DIF Mexico knows that DIF is the only legal entity recognized by USCIS to do that. Only my estimates annually with Chinese children are more 200 million dollars , but it was only a personal business of Calderon and Fox that no Mexican or Mexican American was beneficiated. Kidnnaping of my daughter in San Antonio, TX some year ago violating Haya Convention because of her dual citizenship, using NSA system, indian and mexican killers

  38. He's NOT going to be set free..He'll be institutionalized for life (if he lasts that long).

  39. For all the morons feeling sorry for this scumbag watch the video where he is turturing a man .. lets say that man was ur dad, uncle,brother then what you feel. Plus i remmeber that moron in a interview saying they would get payed 1,000pesos per enemy head like 90$american,to get money he admited killing innoncent people and claiming they were cartel for the $ if anything he should of got 20 to life in prison

  40. he is cute any ways

  41. With a 3rd grade education and joke of a family...what else do they expect him to do? I think his old cartel will punish him for claiming so many crimes...karma, u know?

  42. A very easy and efficient solution exists. Rope this kid to the two armored vehicles, drive 'em slowly in opposite directions and tear him in two halves; don't simply shoot him. Do the same with his parents, his sister and El Negro. Take all cartel members from prisons and do the same with 'em, as well as with their inner circle. Do the same with all alleged cartel members who are arrested, and do not prosecute 'em. Bomb the ghettoes, them mop 'em up, and do it on a regular basis. In less than a year, the problem will be solved.


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