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Thursday, April 21, 2022

The US Wants Two Operators Of The Sinaloa And Beltrán Leyva Cartels

 "Ivan" for Borderland Beat

The US government requested the extradition of Rodolfo “L” and Alberto David “R”; who coordinated shipments of cocaine and methamphetamine from the state.

Two alleged operators of the Sinaloa Cartel and the Beltrán Leyva will be extradited to the United States, where they are located as operators who coordinated shipments of cocaine and methamphetamine from Sinaloa.

According to court documents, Rodolfo "L" and Alberto David "R" are in the extradition process.

Both processed protection against extradition but they were denied last February.

In both cases, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had already granted the extradition but was stopped by the amparo trials.

Rodolfo has been held in the Villa Aldama federal prison in Veracruz since December 30, 2016. Allegedly, between 2002 and 2003, together with other people, he transported shipments of cocaine from Colombia to Mexico and from Mexico to the United States, by land and sea.

A trial prosecutor from the Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Unit, in a statement before the District Court residing in Columbia, said that the indictment was filed for criminal association to distribute 5 kilos or more of cocaine.

In another affidavit, an agent pointed out that an investigation carried out in the US revealed that Rodolfo had been a leader of organizations based in Mexico and that he collaborated with the Sinaloa cartels and later with the Beltrán Leyva, and conspired with other drug traffickers.

During the dates of operation, which began in January 2003 and continued until at least December 2016, Rodolfo and his partners invested in shipments of cocaine that moved from Colombia via Mexico to the United States and maintained a fleet of tanker trucks to transport the drug from Central America.

The investigation, the agent said, has shown that the Sinaloa and Beltran Leyva cartels operated through close cooperative arrangements with South American cocaine suppliers.

According to the evidence presented, between 2005 and 2006 there was a meeting in which Rodolfo received 180,000 or 280,000 dollars to buy tank trucks with a capacity of 1,600 kilos, which would be used to transport cocaine.

One of those involved in the transfer network delivered to the US authorities an accounting book that was created to document some transactions.

The book recorded cocaine purchases they made in Culiacán between February 16 and November 15, 2006 and details purchases for more than 6 million dollars in less than a year.

A member of the organization, who has already pleaded guilty, said that he went to Colombia to negotiate directly with a group of cocaine suppliers for shipments between 700 and 3,000 kilos.

“They were transported to airports in Guatemala, from there by land to Mexico for final distribution in the US. We were involved in about 12 or 13 aircraft shipments in 2002 and 2003,” he stated.

In 2003, he noted, they received three shipments of cocaine by sea across the Atlantic.

The cocaine was taken from Colombia by sea, they did it along the Atlantic coast to Central America or Cancun and from there it was transferred by land in tanker trucks.

The other detainee in the extradition process, Alberto David "R", is being held at the El Castillo Penitentiary Center in Mazatlán.

The arrest warrant for extradition purposes against him was executed on February 20, 2016.

Alberto is required by the Federal District Court for the Southern District of California, in a process filed on July 25, 2014.

The extradition request states that an investigation identified a Sinaloa-based drug trafficking organization that, between 2005 and 2014, was responsible for importing large amounts of methamphetamine into the US for distribution and transportation and sending large profits from the sale of drugs. from the US to Mexico.

Alberto's group, he says, oversaw the distribution and sales of a considerable amount of methamphetamine and arranged for the drugs to be brought into the United States by courier and coordinated the logistics of storing the drugs in safe houses and to transport them to the organization's distributors and customers in various parts of California and other places in the United States.

In addition, they collected the profits from the sale of methamphetamine in the US and transported it to Mexico.

Authorities identified several methamphetamine seizures and drug proceeds linked to this group, including a $30,000 seizure on September 24, 2013; one of 10 kilos of methamphetamine on September 26, 2013; one of 7.89 kilos of methamphetamine on October 30, 2013; and seizures of $397,210 in May 2014.

On May 6, 2014, an undercover agent met with one of the group's members in Detroit, Michigan, who gave the agent $150,000 to transport to Mexico, and the next day, authorities seized an additional $100,000 in a hotel room.

The investigation identified Alberto as one of the most important drug traffickers of said organization, who also supervised the distribution and sales of methamphetamine and arranged for the drugs to be smuggled into the United States by courier, the document states.

Article published on April 17, 2022 in the 1003 edition of the weekly Ríodoce



  1. meanwhile, the US says anyone going to Mexico is loco

  2. Uncle Sam schlonged them! The Big Shot days are finished and only tears on your pillow like Chapo is left!

    1. That's how the gringos do it.
      Pay to play and still have to pay at the end with prison and fines.

      Working with the DEA is like making a deal with the devil. They get rich and free to sell cocaine but later get busted after making millions..
      Even the so called untouchable informant MAYO got his sons locked up in 🇺🇸. Vicentillo crying how it's not fair he was given the green light but now he got charged with drug dealing.
      He also has to pay 1.5 billion to uncle Sam..

  3. 3:50 the selective schlonging leaves a lot to be desired, chief drug trafficking ovelord giniral Cienpedos was let go by top schlonging US "men in power" that abuse little cockroaches like these. jan 6 insurrection planners continue to plot for 22 election steals on their way to 24 steals leveraged by 1, 2, 3 more insurrections, much of it financed by their own home grown drug trafficking.
    Joseph Weischelbaum's story is a good story, check it again.


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