Chismes: Border Patrol Dispatches From the Night of Agent’s Killing?

Dec 30th, 2010 | By Michel Marizco | Category: Chismes, General News
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THE BORDER REPORT

The following script is presumably the communications dispatch of what happened the night U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered. I say “presumably” because neither the Border Patrol nor the FBI will confirm (or deny) the dispatch is true. I warn you, take this with a grain of salt. I can tell you I received it from a credible source. However, I’m merely providing it as a pretext for a discussion into what happened the night of Dec. 14. In the interest of fairness to Border Patrol agents, I’ve chosen to remove their last names from this document. When I receive an official account of what happened that night, I’ll post that.

I can tell you that I have solid information on one of the four men injured that night. He’s being held at a Tucson hospital with multiple injuries. Thus far, he’s only been charged with immigration violation charges so I won’t name him. That much I know. I also know the identities of the three others arrested. However, because they also haven’t been charged, I won’t name them.

The following? I simply don’t know. But it bears exploring.

BORTAC Shooting Incident (11 TCANGL 121570000077)

On December 14, 2010, at approximately 11:13 p.m., a report of shots fired was broadcast over the radio by a member of TCA/BORTAC.  The agent reported that an agent had been “hit” and that a possible bandit had been struck as well during the armed encounter.  The area of the armed encounter is reported to be in an area known as “Peck Well”, near Rio Rico, Arizona.

Nogales Radio (KAK-865) immediately notified Emergency Medical Services (EMS), as well as Life Flight.

Field Operations Supervisor (FOS) Luke B. responded and set up a Command Post on Mesquite Seap, in an area known as “Peck Mesa”, where a landing zone was also established for the responding Life Flight.  Supervisory Border Patrol Agents (SBPA) K. and J. responded to the scene.

Air Assets:  National Guard “Falcon One” and an OAM  Blackhawk and Omaha 7AM” en route to assist in locating assailants.

On December 15, 2010, at 12:10 a.m., it was reported that there was one assailant in custody, with multiple gunshot wounds.  A second Life Flight was contacted and is en route at this time.

The injured agent, identified as Brian Terry (Class #699/EOD 7/23/07), is currently in a Service vehicle being transported to the landing zone for the awaiting Life Flight helicopter.

Tucson Sector Investigations Branch SBPA Kevin J. was notified of the situation.

A search for the outstanding assailants (reportedly 2) is ongoing.

Notifications:

11:19 p.m.:  (A)APAIC A.

11:19 p.m.:  (A)PAIC D.

11:23 p.m.:  ACPA Mark R.

Updated information and timeline as of 2:38 a.m.

Six BORTAC Agents were conducting laying-in operations in the Peck Well area on December 14, 2010.  At approximately 11:15 p.m., a group of approximately five individuals approached their position, coming from the east.  BORTAC Agents identified that at least two of the individuals were carrying rifles.  After identifying themselves as Border Patrol Agents, Detailer BORTAC Agent Gabriel F. (Class 595/EOD; 7/11/05), from the Blythe Station/Yuma Sector, deployed two rounds from a less than lethal device (bean bags from shotgun).  Agent F. also discharged an unknown number of rounds from his Service issued sidearm.

BORTAC Agent Timothy K. (Class 653/EOD: 1/16/07), from the Calexico Station/El Centro Sector, discharged an unknown number of rounds from his Service issued M-4 rifle.  After the armed encounter, BORTAC Agent Terry called out that he was hit and couldn’t feel his legs.  Agent Terry lost consciousness shortly thereafter.

Updated information and timeline as of 4:10 a.m.

SBPA Raul C. of the International Liaison Unit was contacted and he notified Mexican authorities of the situation.  C-4 was contacted.

ICAD ticket# 2045 was created for the incident.

Arizona Department of Public Safety dispatching air assets to assist in the search for the outstanding assailant(s).

At 3:40 a.m., the wounded suspect arrived to the landing zone to be air lifted by Life Line to University Medical Center (UMC).  Preliminary reports indicate the suspect was shot twice in the abdomen, and once in the upper back.  The suspect is coherent and identified himself as Manuel O-A (DOB: 8-4-76, POB: Choix, SIN, Mex.).

At 3:41 a.m., Agent Terry was transported by EMS to the Tubac, Arizona Fire Station.  Carroon’s Mortuary personnel will be transporting Agent Terry to Carroon’s Mortuary in Nogales, Arizona.  Agent Terry is being escorted by Tucson Sector Honor Guard personnel.

The search continues for the outstanding assailant(s).

BORTAC Armed Encounter Timeline:

December 14, 2010

11:15 p.m.:  BORTAC reports shots fired near Peck Well

11:18 p.m.:  EMS/EMS Agents en route.
11:21 p.m.:  Lifeflight and CBP/OAM contacted.

11:28 p.m.:  Life Line en route.
11:33 p.m.:  Air Omaha 7AM contacted.

11:35 p.m.:  FOS Bilow sets up Command Post on Peck Mesa, near Gasline.

11:36 p.m.:  National Guard Air Falcon One en route.

11:36 p.m.:  Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Deputies arrive at Command Post.

11:38 p.m.:  Landing Zone (LZ) created at Command Post (N31.49879 W-111.07986)

11:39 p.m.:  EMS at Command Post.

11:39 p.m.:  Tucson Investigations Branch (Kevin J.) contacted.

11:40 p.m.:  Reported that the injured agent is unresponsive/no pulse.

11:41 p.m.:  Air Omaha 7AM en route.

11:44 p.m.:  Tucson Investigations Branch/CIT en route.

11:53 p.m.:  Life Line standing by at Landing Zone.

11:58 p.m.:  BORTAC Agents report one suspect apprehended (with gunshot wounds).

11:59 p.m.:  Omaha 7A9 and Omaha 747 (Blackhawk) in the area.

December 15, 2010

12:03 a.m.:  Second Life Line contacted for wounded suspect.
12:09 a.m.:  Wounded BORTAC Agent (Brian Terry) loaded into vehicle.
12:10 a.m.:  Second Life Line en route.
12:10 a.m.:  Mobile Surveillance Unit relocated.
12:14 a.m.:  Falcon One in area.
12:19 a.m.:  Agents en route to Ramanote Well to head off outstanding assailant(s).
12:23 a.m.:  FOB Agents mobilizing further east on Ruby Road.
12:38 a.m.:  Second Life Line on site.
12:46 a.m.:  BORTAC Agent Terry arrives to Landing Zone.
12:51 a.m.:  BORSTAR from Blackhawk rendering assistance.
01:06 a.m.:  Dr. Chan pronounces Agent Terry dead.
01:35 a.m.:  Reported that there are four subjects in custody at this time (one being gunshot), with one subject outstanding but spotted.
02:04 a.m.:  Falcon One goes 10-7 for fuel.
02:40 a.m.:  TCA Sector Radio informs Nogales Station that DPS Air Ranger en route.
03:05 a.m.:  DPS Ranger in the area.
03:25 a.m.:  Falcon One 10-8, on scene to assist.
03:40 a.m.:  Wounded suspect arrives to LZ, en route to XXX.
03:41 a.m.:  Agent Terry is transported to Carroon’s Mortuary in Nogales, Arizona, escorted by Tucson Sector Honor Guard personnel.

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Updated information and timeline:

Six BORTAC Agents were conducting laying-in operations in the Peck Well area on December 14, 2010.  At approximately 11:15 p.m., a group of approximately five individuals approached their position, coming from the east.  BORTAC Agents identified that at least two of the individuals were carrying rifles.  After identifying themselves as Border Patrol Agents, Detailer BORTAC Agent Gabriel F. (Class 595/EOD; 7/11/05), from the Blythe Station/Yuma Sector, deployed two rounds from a less than lethal device (bean bags from shotgun).  Agent F. also discharged an unknown number of rounds from his Service issued sidearm.

BORTAC Agent Timothy K. (Class 653/EOD: 1/16/07), from the Calexico Station/El Centro Sector, discharged an unknown number of rounds from his Service issued M-4 rifle.  After the armed encounter, BORTAC Agent Terry called out that he was hit and couldn’t feel his legs.  Agent Terry lost consciousness shortly thereafter.

BORTAC Armed Encounter Timeline:

December 14, 2010

11:15 p.m.:  BORTAC reports shots fired near Peck Well
11:18 p.m.:  EMS/EMS Agents en route.
11:21 p.m.:  Lifeflight and CBP/OAM contacted.
11:28 p.m.:  Life Line en route.
11:33 p.m.:  Air Omaha 7AM contacted.
11:35 p.m.:  FOS Bilow sets up Command Post on Peck Mesa, near Gasline.
11:36 p.m.:  National Guard Air Falcon One en route.
11:36 p.m.:  Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Deputies arrive at Command Post.
11:38 p.m.:  Landing Zone created at Command Post (N31.49879 W-111.07986)
11:39 p.m.:  EMS at Command Post.
11:39 p.m.:  Tucson Investigations Branch (Kevin J.) contacted.
11:40 p.m.:  Reported that the injured agent is unresponsive/no pulse.
11:41 p.m.:  Air Omaha 7AM enroute.
11:44 p.m.:  Tucson Investigations Branch/CIT en route.
11:53 p.m.:  Life Line standing by at Landing Zone.
11:58 p.m.:  BORTAC Agents report one suspect apprehended (with gunshot wounds).
11:59 p.m.:  Omaha 7A9 and Omaha 747 (Blackhawk) in the area.

December 15, 2010

12:03 a.m.:  Second Life Line contacted for wounded suspect.
12:09 a.m.:  Wounded BORTAC Agent (Brian Terry) loaded into vehicle.
12:10 a.m.:  Second Life Line en route.
12:10 a.m.:  Mobile Surveillance Unit relocated.
12:14 a.m.:  Falcon One in area.
12:19 a.m.:  Agents en route to Ramanote Well to head off outstanding assailants.
12:23 a.m.:  FOB Agents mobilizing further east on Ruby Road.
12:38 a.m.:  Second Life Line on site.
12:46 a.m.:  BORTAC Agent Terry arrives to Landing Zone.
12:51 a.m.:  BORSTAR from Blackhawk rendering assistance.
01:06 a.m.:  Dr. C. pronounces Agent Terry dead.
01:35 a.m.:  Reported that there are four subjects in custody at this time (one being gunshot), with one subject outstanding but spotted.
02:04 a.m.:  Falcon One goes 10-7 for fuel.

Update:

Notifications:

11:19 p.m.:  (A)APAIC A.
11:19 p.m.:  (A)PAIC D.
11:23 p.m.:  ACPA Mark R.

BORTAC Armed Encounter Timeline:

December 14, 2010

11:15 p.m.:  BORTAC reports shots fired near Peck Well
11:18 p.m.:  EMS/EMS Agents en route.
11:21 p.m.:  Lifeflight and CBP/OAM contacted.
11:28 p.m.:  Life Line en route.
11:33 p.m.:  Air Omaha 7AM contacted.
11:35 p.m.:  FOS Bilow sets up Command Post on Peck Mesa, near Gasline.
11:36 p.m.:  National Guard Air Falcon One en route.
11:36 p.m.:  Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Deputies arrive at Command Post.
11:38 p.m.:  Landing Zone created at Command Post (N31.49879 W-111.07986)
11:39 p.m.:  EMS at Command Post.
11:39 p.m.:  Tucson Investigations Branch (Kevin J.) contacted.
11:40 p.m.:  Reported that the injured agent is unresponsive/no pulse.
11:41 p.m.:  Air Omaha 7AM enroute.
11:44 p.m.:  Tucson Investigations Branch/CIT en route.
11:53 p.m.:  Life Line standing by at Landing Zone.
11:58 p.m.:  BORTAC Agents report one suspect apprehended (with gunshot wounds).
11:59 p.m.:  Omaha 7A9 and Omaha 747 (Blackhawk) in the area.

December 15, 2010

12:03 a.m.:  Second Life Line contacted for wounded suspect.
12:09 a.m.:  Wounded BORTAC Agent (Brian Terry) loaded into vehicle.
12:10 a.m.:  Second Life Line en route.
12:10 a.m.:  Mobile Surveillance Unit relocated.
12:14 a.m.:  Falcon One in area.
12:19 a.m.:  Agents en route to Ramanote Well to head off outstanding assailants.
12:23 a.m.:  FOB Agents mobilizing further east on Ruby Road.
12:38 a.m.:  Second Life Line on site.
12:46 a.m.:  BORTAC Agent Terry arrives to Landing Zone.
12:51 a.m.:  BORSTAR from Blackhawk rendering assistance.
01:06 a.m.:  Dr. Chan pronounces Agent Terry dead.
01:35 a.m.:  Reported that there are four subjects in custody at this time (one being gunshot), with one subject outstanding but spotted.

On December 14, 2010, at approximately 11:13 p.m., a report of shots fired was broadcast over the radio by a member of TCA/BORTAC.  The agent reported that an agent had been “hit” and that a possible bandit had been struck as well during the armed encounter.  The area of the armed encounter is reported to be in an area known as “Peck Well”, near Rio Rico, Arizona.

Nogales Radio (KAK-865) immediately notified Emergency Medical Services (EMS), as well as Life Flight.

Field Operations Supervisor (FOS) Luke B. responded and set up a Command Post on Mesquite Seap, in an area known as “Peck Mesa”, where a landing zone was also established for the responding Life Flight.  Supervisory Border Patrol Agents (SBPA) K. and J. responded to the scene.

Air Assets:  National Guard “Falcon One” and an OAM  Blackhawk and Omaha 7AM” en route to assist in locating assailants.

On December 15, 2010, at 12:10 a.m., it was reported that there was one assailant in custody, with multiple gunshot wounds.  A second Life Flight was contacted and is en route at this time.

The injured agent, identified as Brian Terry (Class #699/EOD 7/23/07), is currently in a Service vehicle being transported to the landing zone for the awaiting Life Flight helicopter.

Tucson Sector Investigations Branch SBPA Kevin J. was notified of the situation.

A search for the outstanding assailants (reportedly 2) is ongoing.

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  1. Think long and hard about this tragedy the next time you guys glamorize one of these f’ing narcos! Sure, it wasn’t Chapo, Viceroy, or Lazca who personally commited this act, however, it was, and will continue to be, “men” within these “organizations” who carry out these senseless murders.

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    fuckenpigs Reply:

    Listen to you. You don’t even know what the hell really happened that night. Chapo and all of the other narcos are greedy scum. However, it seems as though you are comparing apples and oranges, trying to justify the economics of the the drug war, instead of looking at the total picture of what it has done to mexico. People in the united states can’t even really comprehend the kind of death and chaoss that mexicans deal with on a daily basis. It pisses me off to see people like you voice your oppinion, what you think happened, without realizing that this nation of consumers has financed the insanity, due to the enormous proffits, which are directly related to American draconian drug laws. Stop blaming greedy narcos for the border problems. We are all responsible. A nation of consumers, that have permitted the border insanity to continue, without no real solution. Its a shame that this agent was killed. How about some reasonable solutions to prevent or stop the shameful problems on the border.

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    Tantos Reply:

    Your moniker “fookenpigs” has more substance than your comments.

    Funny how excited everyone here was to read Charles Bowden’s new book, “Murder City” before it came out. Not too many comments on this site, AFTER people read the book. I guess all the weed burners were disappointed that Bowden only made vague references to US commercialism and factories being partially to blame for the crime in Juarez. However, he made a strong case for Mexican government corruption and the culture of violence in Mexico being the main cause for the breakdown on civilization there.

    There’s your big picture. Now go change your bong water, but don’t just call the “fookenpigs” if need help. After all, they are just fookenpigs.

    BTW, Mexico is finally #1 in being the most dangerous place in the world for journalists. Congrats! One article from the Washington Post has Mexico tied with Pakistan for #1 with 14 murdered journalists, but this link below has Mexico alone at #1 with 12. Perhaps Michel has an idea what the true number is.

    http://www.freemedia.at/our-activities/death-watch/countryview/2010/2010/

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    fuckenpigs Reply:

    fookenpigs says it all.

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    tom Reply:

    I wonder if all this is necessary. Even though I don’t like the words fookinpigs, what he says sounds right. The border is a mess with failed policy on both sides of the border. Our country’s demand is causing this mess.

    STORY HIGHLIGHTS
    Mexico’s drug war reached new levels of brutality in 2011
    David Frum: Mexico’s state has shown strength but a fall into anarchy is possible
    The drug war has prompted calls for legalization of drugs in the U.S.
    Frum says legalization would cause more problems by vastly increasing use of drugs in U.S.
    Editor’s note: David Frum writes a weekly column for CNN.com. A special assistant to President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2002, he is the author of six books, including “Comeback: Conservatism That Can Win Again,” and is the editor of FrumForum.

    Washington (CNN) — The lesson of the past few years: Watch out for things that can go massively wrong. What could go massively wrong in 2011?

    Let’s start next door, with Mexico.

    From the Dallas Morning News, January 1:

    “Mexico’s drug violence in 2010 was striking not only for its scale but also for its brutality.

    In the northern city of Santiago, the mayor’s body was found with the eyes gouged out. In the picturesque town of Cuernavaca, four decapitated men were hanged from a bridge along a heavily traveled highway. And in Ciudad Juárez this week, two university students were hunted through a maze of streets and killed with bullets to the head, their bodies set on fire.”

    An estimated 13,000 people met a violent death in Mexico in 2010, compared with 9,600 in 2009. Altogether, perhaps 26,000 people have died violently since the acceleration of the drug war in 2006.

    Mexico’s drug war myths dispelled

    Mexico’s deadly drug war RELATED TOPICS
    Drug Trafficking
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    Ciudad Juarez
    The violence rages with special intensity in the city of Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas. The Associated Press reported October 23:

    “Gunmen stormed two neighboring homes and massacred 14 young people at a birthday party in the latest large-scale attack in this violent border city …

    Attackers in two vehicles pulled up to the houses in a lower-middle-class Ciudad Juarez neighborhood late Friday and opened fire on about four dozen partygoers gathered for a 15-year-old boy’s birthday party.

    The dead identified so far were 13 to 32 years old, including six women and girls …. The majority of the victims were high school students, a survivor said.”

    Why attack a birthday party? Mexico’s rival criminal gangs are fighting for control of the drug trade to the United States. Perhaps one of the partygoers was a member of a rival gang. Or a gang member’s child. Or nephew. Or perhaps the attacking gang simply had the wrong address.

    In Ciudad Juarez, more than 3,000 people were killed in 2010. It’s really Mexico’s own 9/11.

    Mexican authorities have struggled to restore order. More than 100 police officers have died in Juarez, often horrifically. But so far, the security forces are not winning. Dangerously often, the police are themselves the problem. Bribed or intimidated, some outright work for the drug cartels.

    The war in Mexico is not only Mexico’s problem. The U.S. and Mexico are increasingly interpenetrated. About one out of every 8 Mexican-born people has moved to the United States, often illegally. Depending on the price of oil at any given moment, remittances from the United States are Mexico’s No. 1 or No. 2 source of international earnings.

    U.S. citizens traveling in Mexico have been attacked and killed, sometimes by traffickers, sometimes by security forces, six of them in the last week of October 2010. But then again, American citizens traveling in Mexico sometimes are the traffickers, or so the Mexican authorities allege.

    And of course, the drugs that move through Mexico are destined for American consumers.

    One incident gives an idea of the immense scale of the traffic.

    On October 19, Mexican police spotted a convoy of six tractor trailers near the city of Tijuana. Municipal, state and federal police stopped the convoy and discovered a huge shipment of marijuana. A gun battle erupted, in which several police were wounded. After detention and questioning of suspects, the army raided nearby warehouses, discovering more tractor trailers and more marijuana. At the end of the day, Mexican authorities had seized 12 suspected traffickers and more than 100 tons of marijuana with a value of more than $700 million.

    The U.S. is assisting Mexico in its battle against the drug cartels, at cost of $1.4 billion. At the same time, it is American purchases of illegal drugs that are destroying Mexico.

    Could Mexico collapse into outright anarchy? It’s a real fear, although thus far the Mexican state has demonstrated impressive strength in its transition to imperfect democracy.

    To help Mexico in its struggle against the gangs, some suggest legalizing drugs in the United States. Legalization would transform drugs into a lawful business and transform the drug gangs into more or less normal corporations. Possibly that’s true.

    At the same time, legalization would almost certainly increase drug consumption in the United States by huge amounts. It’s a solution even more socially costly than the problem.

    Perhaps a less dramatic solution would be to force American drug users to confront the cost to others of their bad habit.

    People arrested for the first time or with small amounts of drugs are often released with a warning or a few hours of community service. Perhaps that community service should take the form of burial duty at a funeral after a birthday party in Ciudad Juarez.

    The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of David Frum.

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    julieee Reply:

    I loved your speech!!! You are totally right, hope all americans thought like you…by the way I am mexican!

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    "In Loving Memory of Common Sense!" Reply:

    Oh, I get it! So, if I child wishes to play with a loaded firearm you should just let him have it! If these white bastards can’t throw a Hollywood party w/o some blow, I guess Mexico’s kind enough to supply it! It all makes sense now, PigFooker!

    So, which is the lesser of the two evils!? Wanting it, or supplying it?

    If Mexico didn’t supply it, the US would grow more of their own stuff and then the problem would simply be a US problem. But Mexico’s guilt in this whole mess is undeniable!

    By the way, PigFooker…I am Mexican…I’m pretty sure you thought I was white.

    Now, don’t you have some more PiGFooking to do!?! Whee-Wheee-Oink-Oink-Wheeeee!

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    Dookie Reply:

    I have read both of your comments. First, I agree that the border region is a mess. There also is a lot of failed policy. At the same time, it almost seems as though the drug war is a check and balancing system. The down side is that it drives the prices up and makes greedy cartel bosses rich. Everyone is espendable in the name of the mighty dolar.

    The last comment doesn’t make that much sense. I am Mexican, also. If it only turned into an American problem, that still is a way lesser evil than what it happening in Mexico. 30,000 deaths over the last few years is insane. Throwing U.S. dolars at the problem to the Mexican government to wage war to continue this nonsense, there has to be a better way. On top of that, having the worlds largest prison population, compiled largely from drug offenders, there has to be a better way. I believe the drug war has failed. With all the money that they have spent on this total insanity, they could have done something to change the drug laws, in an attempt to run the mexican organised crime element out of the situation. Who knows, it may not change anything, only evolve. However, trying something different is much needed. Pigfooker is a little extreme, but something does need to be done.

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    fuckenpigs Reply:

    “In the name of comon sense” I don’t think so. More like in the name of stupidity.

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    El 18 Reply:

    chihuahuas a tu putisssima Madre!!

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  2. lots of rumor floating around this
    http://tinyurl.com/2wvgdd4

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  3. Why did this happen?

    I’m sorry for the agent that lost his life, and my heart goes out to his family, but why did this even take place?

    Weather report has the evening at brisk with clear skies, you have a half moon, turning to a full in 10 days on this date, you have the “lay-in” ground, you have the high ground allowing you to see the “bandits” have to hike “up” to your position, you have I’m sure night op’s that allowed you to see this group from a hell of a distance, and yet you still engage? Would it not have been more resourceful to allow the group of “bandits” to pass through your “lay-in” and onto the highway or other pick up point they were in route to and pick up not only them, but the person or persons that were picking them up?

    Why did one agent fire non-leathal’s and the others empty their magazines?

    How do you have two to the gut and one in the back?

    Hat’s off to the heilo pilot for putting it down in that area with wind swirls though, God bless you.

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  4. que no se hagan pendejos los pinches puercos, no fueron narcos ni mucho menos.

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    talegon Reply:

    tonces la border patrol mato a este wey? eso es lo ke mas o menos le entiendo…..se confundieron lo mataron y le kieren echar la culpa a un pobre loco ke venia caminando

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  5. Remember Pat Tillman, and Gov. cover up.Killed by fiendly fire.

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    Jack Reply:

    Yeah dude. You’re right, govt. cover up. Agent Terry was shot with a 7.62 x 39mm. The agents were armed with M4s, 5.56mm. Cover up. Guess they grabbed one of the bandits guns and shot their own man, huh? How about honoring the fallen agent instead?

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    doce Reply:

    yeah jack d0nt believe all the gov says it couldve been those guns or not the us gov is corrupt and covers shit up and lets ;u know only what they want im not sayin it isnt true but Alot of people believe all they hear

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  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Vy3LbWwR_U&playnext=1&list=PL0AE9C23AA888BBE2&index=4

    DOes los antrax do anything besides make music videos hahahha this is ridiculous

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    ilegal Reply:

    yes they do, they commit suicide because they find out that being a sicario and decapitate people is not as badass as it sounds in the corridos, and yet, they still get a corrido saying that they died fighting, lol!!

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    Pepito Reply:

    se ven buenisimas las viejas en el video jajaj

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    ilegal Reply:

    pura gonorrea ahi viejo, las buchonas son como las moto sierras, no dejan palo parado, lol!!

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    move Reply:

    “las buchonas son como las moto sierras, no dejan palo parado”

    You know by personal experience don’t you?? LOL!!!!!

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    Pepito Reply:

    jajajaaj te sakastes un 10 con esa

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    El Doble J Reply:

    El Komander anda con una sobrina del Chapo de apellido Aviles. Me tope con unas morras aqui en LA que segun estan relacionadas con El Mayo y los Tores y hablan a lo pendejo de todo que hacen los familiares de ellos.

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    ilegal Reply:

    no te topaste a una buchona nalgona que usa peluca rubia y se pone contacts verdes de nombre V….? Tendra unos 27 de edad y usa frenos, muy tira mierda que segun el mayo es su matador…

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    JrMaFia Reply:

    No sabia que tu esta. No comprendo tu dialecto. Pero el video de corrido esta hilarante. esta esta gusto nuestro “gangsta rap”. jajajajjajaja

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    Asi es Reply:

    decadencia a todo lo que da!. pobre Mexico. lo gacho es que por cada uno al que no le guste esta basura hay mil que se alucinan “al millon”

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  7. hey brah, i’ve lost your number and i need to ask you something, txt me.

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  8. Two year old innocent in Caborca so sad
    http://www.blogdelnarco.com/2011/01/balacera-en-sonora-deja-tres-muertos.html#more

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  9. orale plebes!!! lleguenle a las mascaras y a los tacos de cabeza y tripita http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_yKE6PIY49To/TRutuN6G8kI/AAAAAAAAAd4/XmWByvt87p8/s1600/Dibujo2.jpg http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_yKE6PIY49To/TRutwl0YKJI/AAAAAAAAAd8/yPNyq9cogRg/s1600/Dibujo3.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_yKE6PIY49To/TRut457_KWI/AAAAAAAAAeI/5Ua2VKutm0Y/s1600/Dibujo6.jpg

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    YEY-MONEY Reply:

    The last one was too much, Pinche Ilegal te pasate de verggaa..lol

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  10. se trensaron en peñasco se le calento el terreno machin al negro

    http://www.elsoldecaborca.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6808:enfrentamientos-en-puerto-penasco&catid=5:penasco&Itemid=6

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  11. “De pistoleros a violadores ”

    fawkin sickening, raping 12-15 yr olds in Culiacan., y el chapulin colorado?

    http://www.riodoce.com.mx/content/view/7994/1/

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  12. What’s your prediction for Breaking Bad this year?
    I say Walt Jr. becomes a meth head.

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    drift Reply:

    that Skylar becomes the Meyer Lansky of the Meth business

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    Vincent Hanna Reply:

    LOL!!!!

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  13. el mentado “phantom”…………hahahahahaha…. puro pistolero quemado…… jonathan everardo ” el fantasma”
    hahahahah….

    http://img573.imageshack.us/img573/2946/everadoelfantasma.jpg

    y arriba youtube…….hahahahahahah

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    rootsman Reply:

    en qual video sale esta foto??

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    ilegal Reply:

    cayo el joto lambebolas y presumido del Zurita en el charco, con lo que diga ese guey el en karaoke le va a seguir el orejon y la prosti del luis miguel y demas lacras que le siguen.

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  14. capturaron a el ‘MONICO”…PARTE DE LA CLIKA LA _______________

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    lamanonegra Reply:

    liar

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  15. After readomg your detailed time line of the action, several things stand out:
    1. Border Patrol “Rules of Engagement” apparently require the firing of non lethal rounds first, even in the face of known semi autiomatic combat type weapons. This is very bad and dangerous policy, and needs to be changed.
    2. There was apparently no backup SWAT team in position to support the BPTAC team when they became engaged in a firefight. Any officer/NCO who has been in combat or received combat training knows that having a backup team in position able to provide immediate support is an absolute requirement. Why was there not such a back up team in position and able to respond immediately?
    3. The above two items make me assume that the Border Patrol “higher ups” who make the rules are either rank amatures in the area of armed combat, or are following the dictates of ” politically corect polices” and willing to compromize on the safety of their personel to be “politically correct”, or both.

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  16. http://www.nogalesinternational.com/articles/2011/01/06/news/breaking_news/doc4d24d181de1af885746084.txt

    http://www.nuevodia.com.mx/hub.cfm/detalle/index.htm?key1=613E4A452900565659215B423A513865603A514E5C755F5A4C5D28313A4E3912614F45005A74595C085D5B43004E481D114C4B

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  17. A la caza del L7 en territorio del Chapo Guzmán
    El férreo control que ejerce el líder del cártel de Sinaloa, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, el Chapo, en el tráfico de drogas se paga con la sangre de quienes pretenden insubordinarse y cosechar para su beneficio alguna de las “plazas”. Tal es el caso de Ignacio Páez, quien hizo valer al modo de la mafia su poder para el trasiego de mariguana de Caborca, Sonora, a Estados Unidos. El viejo Páez ganó la partida a su sobrino el L7, Luis Fernando Sánchez Páez, quien durante más de dos años intentó desplazarlo a punta de metralla, hasta que fue abatido en pleno centro de Culiacán, Sinaloa. Sus gatilleros siguen presos, sujetos a proceso penal en el Altiplano.
    El 12 de julio de 2007, miembros de la fuerza de reacción Hernández, del Ejército Mexicano, establecidos en Caborca, Sonora, se apostaron en la base de operaciones en las afueras de esa ciudad cuando recibieron una llamada telefónica anónima que les alertaba sobre tres camionetas repletas de sujetos sospechosos que circulaban por el centro de la población.
    Según la versión de los militares, era la gente del Luisillo, Luis Fernando Sánchez Páez, que llegó a bordo de dos camionetas Durango doradas y una Ram gris. Pretendían hacer base en Caborca, “plaza” que dominaba su tío Ignacio Páez y de la cual el Luisillo pretendía apoderarse para controlar el tráfico de mariguana hacia Estados Unidos. La gente del pueblo ya estaba harta de las constantes riñas entre la familia Páez por el control de los enervantes, pero nadie decía nada.
    A las seis de la tarde del mismo día, los soldados se dirigieron a la colonia Francisco Villa para verificar la información. Media hora después, sobre la calle Cuarta con dirección al Sur, detectaron el convoy de vehículos sospechosos, todos con vidrios polarizados. Les marcaron el alto. Los conductores se vieron sorprendidos y, al darse cuenta del dispositivo militar, ya no pudieron huir.
    Francisco Román Gutiérrez, conductor del vehículo que encabezaba la caravana, abrió la portezuela. Vestía un chaleco táctico negro y portaba un arma larga y otra corta. Su acompañante de copiloto, Mario Gutiérrez Román, bajó del lado derecho del vehículo. Portaba un chaleco blindado, un arma larga con lanzagranadas, mira infrarroja y lámpara de luz, y dos armas cortas.
    Un tercer sujeto, Alejandro Ortiz Ortega, traía consigo un fusil Colt. Él y los demás salieron de la casa de seguridad donde resguardaban el arsenal, ubicado en Calle 4 y Durango, en el centro de Caborca, propiedad del L7, quien “se dedica a meter mota para el otro lado”, desde su rancho que está pegado a la línea fronteriza en Sásabe, Sonora.
    —¿Pertenecen a alguna corporación policiaca o de seguridad? –preguntó el oficial al mando.
    —No, jefe, andamos en un jale. Aguanten. Ya les explicarán de qué se trata –le respondió uno de ellos.
    Los militares, el teniente de infantería Macario Hernández Antonio y los sargentos segundos Carlos Pérez Valle y Fernando Orozco Estrada, del 5 Batallón de Fuerzas Especiales, con sede en la “plaza” de Tijuana, Baja California, coparon a los que iban en la Durango.
    —¡Ya nos cayeron. No hay más que hacer. No queremos problemas! –soltó, desesperado, Jesús Hermilo Almada.
    Su acompañante, Carlos Abel Gutiérrez Román, dejó las armas en el asiento del vehículo y pidió clemencia: “Dennos chanche. No hay bronca, dijo. De la Dodge Ram, con placas de Arizona, bajaron Álvaro Manuel Ochoa Gil y Héctor Zepeda de la Rosa. También iban fuertemente armados.
    Los soldados encontraron un arsenal en la parte posterior de las camionetas, lo mismo armas largas, AK-47 y R-15, que cortas, cartuchos, cargadores, granadas M203, pasamontañas, gorras, credenciales con insignias de la policía y chalecos antibalas.
    Le dijeron a la milicia que pertenecían a la célula que dirige el narcotraficante Luis Páez, quien les dijo que estaba reuniendo gente para tomar la “plaza” de Caborca, en virtud de que su tío, Ignacio Páez, la controlaba y que el armamento lo trasladaban al Piquillo, donde los esperaría Miguel Caro, el Picas, para llevarlos a una casa de seguridad.
    La casa de seguridad, valuada en más de 20 millones de pesos, según el perito de la Procuraduría General de la República, fue ubicada y cateada por los militares. Ahí completaron la escena del crimen. El inmueble estaba repleto de todo tipo de armamento, pues llevaban largo rato acumulando el arsenal para la batalla, al tiempo que continuaban con su labor de trasiego de mariguana a Estados Unidos.
    El Piquillo es un rancho rústico ubicado dentro del centro recreativo Las Palapas, con lago artificial, alberca, cabañas y área de juegos, y también fue cateado por agentes federales de la Unidad Especializada en Investigación de Terrorismo, Acopio y Tráfico de Armas de la Subprocuraduría de Investigación Especializada en Delincuencia Organizada.
    Los sicarios del L7 llevaban un buen trecho recabando armas para la toma de Caborca. Un verdadero arsenal como para armar a un pelotón completo. Su ambición era tal que no les importaba que la “plaza” estuviera resguardada por un ejército mayor que ellos. Al frente de él, estaba su tío, quien contaba con el apoyo del Chapo Guzmán. Se veía difícil que cumplieran su cometido; pero no cejaron en el intento que duró dos años de incursiones, hasta que la gente del Chapo acabó de un tajo: mató al líder de la andanada en pleno centro de Culiacán, Sinaloa.
    Los militares esposaron a los detenidos y se los llevaron con todo y vehículos, armamento, cargadores, cartuchos, granadas y diverso equipo. Por razones de seguridad, según dijeron en el parte militar, los condujeron a las instalaciones de la base de operaciones militares, donde “procedieron a dar parte a la superioridad”. Ésta les ordenó que tomaran las máximas medidas de seguridad y se trasladaran al aeropuerto de Hermosillo, Sonora.
    Ya en el aeropuerto, ante el agente del Ministerio Público federal, los detenidos dijeron llamarse Francisco Román Gutiérrez, de 28 años de edad; Carlos Abel Gutiérrez Román, de 30; Mario Gutiérrez Román, de 33, originarios de Sinaloa de Leyva; Alejandro Ortiz Ortega, de 16, de Caborca; Héctor Cepeda de la Rosa, de 23, de Badiraguato; Jesús Hermilo Almada Córdova, de 29, de Pitiquito, Sonora, y Álvaro Manuel Ochoa Gil, de Ciudad Obregón.
    La declaración ministerial

    Todos declararon ante la autoridad ministerial. Cada oración que hilaban era una acusación en agravio del Luisillo y de su propio futuro al haber violentado la ley contra la delincuencia organizada.
    Alejandro Ortiz, quien cuidaba la casa donde mantenían oculto el armamento, en Calle 4 y Durango, dijo que Sánchez Páez se dedicaba a “meter mota para el otro lado”. Estaba dormido cuando llegaron los guachos. Cuando entraron, le taparon la cara con su propia camiseta. Confirmó la existencia de otras dos casas de seguridad, propiedad del L7, ubicadas atrás de la central camionera de Caborca y otra frente al hotel Toxa; además de un rancho en Sásabe, en la línea fronteriza con Estados Unidos, donde guardaban la droga.
    En su turno, Manuel Ochoa Gil, el Gordo, detalló cómo los burreros trasladaban la mariguana. Les repartían entre 20 y 25 kilogramos que cargaban en mochilas o morrales de yute. Los acercaban en camionetas a la línea fronteriza y de ahí caminaban a través la línea imaginaria de manera ilegal para llegar a Tucson, Arizona, en donde la entregaban. Les pagaban de 1 mil a 1 mil 500 dólares por cada cargamento. Dijo que su patrón era Luis Sánchez Aguilar, quien lo mismo contrataba gente para traficar mariguana que para formar parte de su escolta.
    A Francisco Román Gutiérrez lo contrató Miguel Ángel Caro, el Picas. Su especialidad era el robo de automóviles nuevos. Por cada vehículo, recibía 15 mil pesos. También vigilaba la casa donde estaba resguardado el armamento. En su testimonio, dijo que los enemigos del Luisillo eran sus mismos familiares, quienes también se dedicaban a pasar droga a Estados Unidos y peleaban la “plaza”.
    Román detalló la media filiación del Luisillo: “Es güero, dientes manchados, pelo rubio, de 35 años de edad, complexión delgada, estatura de 1.70 metros, bigote rasurado. Viste mezclilla a la Pointer, pantalones deslavados, rotos, camisa vaquera de manga corta”.
    El Mayo, Mario Gutiérrez Román, fue contratado por el segundo de abordo del Luisillo, Francisco Sánchez Páez, el M1. Trabajaba con Martín, el M2, y uno de los gatilleros del L7. Cuando llegó a la casa de seguridad, un mes antes del cateo de los militares, Martín le advirtió que no salieran ni desertaran porque él mismo los mataría a ellos y a su familia. “No salgan y no corran porque los mato a ustedes y a su familia; ahorita anda duro el gobierno y no pueden salir; pero cuando se calme, entonces vamos a trabajar”, le dijo el M2 cuando lo contrató para trabajar como parte de su cuerpo de seguridad, “porque tenía muchos enemigos. Sabe que no lo quiere la gente ni el gobierno porque ha matado a muchos. Eso es lo que dice la gente del pueblo: un pueblo chiquito donde todo se sabe”, dijo Gutiérrez Román, quien se queja: “Martín, con clave M2, me dijo que me iba a pagar 30 mil pesos por ser su seguridad, pero no me alcanzó a pagar porque apenas cumpliría un mes trabajando cuando me detuvieron los militares”.
    Hermilo Almada de plano refutó al agente ministerial. Le dijo que era falso que hayan sido detenidos en la calle. “Nos agarraron en la casa de Luis Sánchez Páez, donde estábamos encerrados junto con los demás. Los soldados se saltaron la barda, por lo que tampoco es cierto que me hayan detenido en una camioneta. Todas las camionetas estaba encerradas en la casa de Luis”.
    Ante el juez Sexto de Distrito en materia de procesos penales federales en el Estado de México, al rendir su declaración preparatoria, los inculpados negaron los cargos que les impetuniaban, de acuerdo con el expediente 51/ 2007.
    La caída del Luisillo
    Dos años después de la detención de sus cómplices en Caborca, Sonora, el sábado 5 de septiembre de 2009, alrededor de las 20:50 horas, en Culiacán, Sinaloa, Luis Fernando Sánchez Páez, el Luisillo o el Cabo, y dos de sus lugartenientes fueron rafagueados con armas de grueso calibre. El L7 fue asesinado junto con Arturo López Martínez, de 30 años, quien vivía en Nogales, Sonora; y Germán Vargas Cruz, de 32 años, originario de Santa Ana, Hidalgo.
    Según el parte policiaco, Páez y sus acompañantes se trasladaban en un automóvil Jetta color gris, con placas VYX-6875 de Sonora, cuando circulaban de Poniente a Oriente por el bulevar Diego Valadez, y al pasar por la gasolinera ubicada frente a la plaza comercial Fórum, se les emparejó una camioneta Tacoma color azul marino, con placas de Sonora. Por espacio de 100 metros, los gatilleros del Chapo Guzmán les dispararon, sin importarles los civiles, quienes al escuchar la balacera trataron de resguardarse. Tras los primeros tiros, el conductor del Jetta perdió el control del volante, la unidad se subió al camellón central y se impactó contra un poste del alumbrado público.
    Nadie supo dónde estaban los otros 10 sicarios que custodiaban y daban seguridad a Luis Sánchez Páez.
    Fue una escena que atestiguaron decenas de personas que se encontraban en la gasolinera y en un café, y tuvieron que correr para protegerse de la lluvia de balas. Los mismos testigos presenciaron que los individuos armados se acercaron al automóvil para rematar a los ocupantes. Al asegurarse de concluir el trabajo, los sicarios abordaron la Toyota tipo pick up y escaparon rumbo al Poniente, después hacia el Centro de la ciudad. Minutos después de los hechos, la policía del estado encontró una camioneta Tacoma color azul marino, con placas de Sonora, la cual chocó en avenida Teófilo Noris y calle Escobedo, en el Centro de la ciudad.
    Los elementos de la Cruz Roja acudieron al lugar del crimen, pero sólo para confirmar la muerte de los ocupantes del Jetta gris. Además, se localizaron varios fajos de dólares. Se aseguró en el lugar que los occisos no portaban armas.

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  18. All I feel about this is. These agents picked a side, and stood in defense on the frontlines.Maybe if more Mexicans picked to defend their country for things like “Peace And Prosperity” instead of staying in their houses and blogging when it gets dark literally and figuratively we wouldn’t have to…..So The Next Round(Bullets) Is On Me.

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    fuckenpigs Reply:

    Or maybe the border patrol will shoot and kill another mexican while they are fleeing. The border is full of ineptitude. The blind leading the blind. Greedy narcos. Undertrained border patrol. Failed policy. It all is dirty as hell.

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    Dookie Reply:

    Like this

    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/01/07/20110107mexico-teen-killed-at-border-confirmed-shot.html

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    James Reply:

    What’s wrong with me . . .I know not to throw rocks at guys with guns or to stick around others that do throw at guys with guns. must be something wrong with me.

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  19. Michael and everyone else, what do you think about the next round against JAGL aka shorty, the buzz is that Los azules ( federales) are in Durango closing the gap and is the next to fall, I don’t belive it because the Mexican goverment will not allow him to reveal all the knowledge he have about the drug bossiness worldwide , so I think if they really found him it will be executed shortafter, so what’s your opinion guys ????

    Btw the truce is over at least in Sinaloa they are killing people again every day……..

    Here I leave you the text :

    Finalmente, el gobierno mexicano tiene ubicada la región donde vive Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. Se encuentra en la sierra de Durango, cambiando constantemente de morada, y rodeado por un pequeño cuerpo de seguridad y logístico. Mantiene control sobre sus operaciones cotidianas dentro del Cártel del Pacífico, pero se encuentra a salto de mata.

    La información fue obtenida por el gobierno luego de que la Policía Federal detuvo a Manuel Fernández Valencia, apodado “La Puerca”, quien estableció una relación con Guzmán Loaera a partir de la estrecha amistad entre su hijos. Se fortaleció cuando asesinaron en Culiacán en agosto de 2010 a su hijo Marcial, a quien confundieron con Iván, el hijo mayor de “El Chapo”.

    Fernández Valencia fue arrestado en noviembre pasado, y ha brindado información a las autoridades sobre el paradero de Guzmán Loaera. Dijo que en 2010 lo vio varias veces en distintos puntos de la sierra de Durango, a donde siempre llegó en avionetas que despegaron de Sinaloa y aterrizaron en las pistas de tierra que abundan en la cordillera de la Sierra Madre Occidental.

    De acuerdo con la información que dio, Guzmán Loaera se recluye en pequeñas cabañas donde tiene junto a su cama una bicicleta fija para hacer ejercicio y en el cuarto contiguo una cocineta, donde un par de cocineras le hace diariamente de comer, casi siempre machaca, que es su platillo preferido.

    Fernández Valencia dijo a sus interrogadores que la última vez que lo vio se encontraba presente su hermano –que no pudo identificar- y un amigo al que todos llamaban “Don Juan”. Tampoco se pudo establecer si el amigo era Juan José “El Azul” Esparragosa, uno de los líderes del Cártel del Pacífico.

    Guzmán Loaera se escapó de la cárcel de Puente Grande, Jalisco, en 2001, y desde entonces, según funcionarios federales en el gobierno de Felipe Calderón, ha estado huyendo. Ante la opinión pública, “El Chapo” es una leyenda urbana con el don de la ubicuidad, pues lo ven en restaurantes de todo el país. En los casos más extremos, lo han ubicado en Londres, manejando desde esa capital sus operaciones de narcotráfico.

    Lo que describe Fernández Valencia de Guzmán Loaera es una persona que vive en la clandestinidad, lo que no le impide seguir controlando la parte del negocio criminal que le corresponde, o enrarecer la batalla por el corredor de la cocaína, desde Gómez Palacio/Torreón hasta Ciudad Juárez, u ocuparse de cuestiones particulares, como cuando le dijo a Fernández Valencia, en cuestión de horas, quién había asesinado a su hijo, y en menos de un día lo detuvieron y dejaron que lo viera antes de matarlo.

    En los interrogatorios, Fernández Valencia ha referido hábitos de “El Chapo”, como el que sólo bebe whiskey de 18 años, que es el más caro en el mercado, y que se la pasa viendo las noticias a través del sistema Sky de televisión. También reveló la existencia de Alejandra, que se supone es la actual esposa de “El Chapo”, e hizo mención de las opiniones del narco sobre la guerra contra las drogas.

    Según Fernández Valencia, Guzmán Loaera le comentó que “los pleitos ni ganados son buenos” porque “generan más violencia (y) no se puede trabajar”. Con los asesinatos, refiere Fernández Valencia las palabras del capo, “el país se calienta más”. Ante él, según lo dijo a las autoridades federales, Guzmán Loaera sólo se ha defendido de Vicente  Carrillo Fuentes, el jefe del Cártel del Juárez, y “está preocupado por su familia”.

    Los hechos cuentan otra historia. Aunque custodiada, su primera esposa Griselda no se encuentra en la clandestinidad –ya fue arrestada una vez-, y aunque amenazado, su hijo Iván sigue circulando en las calles de Culiacán con un Lamborghini amarillo. Carrillo no fue a Sinaloa por Guzmán Loaera, sino que este ha querido arrebatarle su plaza. Al morir Coronel en Guadalajara en julio pasado, no permitió que sus sucesores naturales tomaran el control de plaza, sino que envió a su gente para quedarse con ella.

    Lo que cuenta Fernández Valencia hay que tomarlo con cuidado, pero tras esos arrestos se ha venido deteniendo a personas en el entorno financiero y operativo de Guzmán Loarea. Las autoridades federales siguen cruzando la información de inteligencia recopilada para poder determinar si “El Chapo” sigue en la sierra de Durango. De ser así, será cuestión de tiempo, nada más, su captura.

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    Mario Reply:

    Vivo no lo quieren, y dudo que el chapo se entregue vivo si dicen que lo que mas teme es regresar al bote, pa mi se pega un tiro solito si se ve cercado.

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  20. Look at how these “roaches” are trashing America: http://azbordertrash.gov/

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  21. Hey guys, love the site! It’s nice to keep up with the news from home when I can’t be there.

    I’m going to be driving down (home) to Hermosillo soon, it’s been a while since I drove. Just wondering if you guys who are in the area think it’s safe to drive down Mexico 15. I try to keep up with the news, I’ve heard theres been some trouble on the highway, but it was a while ago. I’m taking my wife and child to meet my mother, it will be their first time driving to Hermosillo.

    Thank for any help guys!

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    Flauta_De_queso Reply:

    Flying is the safest. Use Volaris from the frontera.

    http://www.aguasdigital.com/metro/leer.php?idnota=26872

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  22. mas claro ni el agua con que curan la leche Santa Monica http://www.proceso.com.mx/rv/modHome/detalleExclusiva/87102

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    Asi es Reply:

    Explicalo mejor ile!…. como esta ese rollo?.

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    ilegal Reply:

    que al parecer el enano quiere enmendar sus cochinadas, cero cobro de cuotas a la gente que trabaja decentemente, ahi se le doy un punto bueno aunque no me caiga bien, esque hay gente que quiere cobrar cuota hasta por vender chicles en la pinche calle, ta bien que les mochen la cabeza por culer0s.

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    Asi es Reply:

    poco a poco vas capeando lol!…

    oye, pero eso del tiradero ya son marranadas!… una cosa es que no respeten la vida y otra que hagan esas jaladas!… ya checaste las pics en LVM?.

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    Mario Reply:

    Firmado por “El Chapo Gusman” .. jaja

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    Flauta_De_queso Reply:

    fotos:
    http://www.diariodelnarco.com/2011/01/dejan-15-cuerpos-decapitados-en-plaza.html

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  23. Congress Woman Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head, 4 people are dead, 15 injured.

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    Dookie Reply:

    Arizona is out of control. No one will be happy til the whole state is militarised.

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    Dookie Reply:

    What is more disgraceful than a border patrol agent being killed, is a white man killing a federal judge and six other people, even a child, along with seriously wounding a congresswoman. What is wrong with American society, that can look into everyone elses back yard, then justify committing brutal, cowardly acts. All of you cowardly racists that live in Arizona, how despicable you are. This just proves that ignorant people aren’t just in Mexico. Very sad day for Arizona and America.

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    Mr. Logic Reply:

    Of course you are right Mr. Genius, because there is no way this could just be a lone mental case with gun. It has to be one of the thousands of examples of beheadings by sociopaths in Arizona.

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    Dookie Reply:

    Oh, I’m sorry Mr. Racist, didn’t mean to touch your only nerve.

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  24. agarraron al aquiles

    http://www.la-ch.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6666:detienen-al-aquiles-provoca-estela-ataque-a-policias-en-tijuana&catid=42:general&Itemid=62

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  25. A new pact between los azules y z40 for the control of Tamaulipas and to kill El verdugo.

    Un informe confidencial emitido por el Departamento de Estado de EE.UU. advierte al gobierno mexicano de una complicidad de una nueva alianza entre el grupo delictivo Los Zetas y la Secretaría de la Comisión de Seguridad Pública Federal (PFP), Genaro García Luna y otros altos oficiales de la Policía Federal Preventiva . 

    Se alega que los Zetas fueron para hacer pagos de grandes sumas de millones de dólares para que la policía federal pusiera en práctica una ofensiva de todos a través de una mega operación contra los miembros del cártel del Golfo. 

    Esta alianza, según el informe confidencial, se alcanzó entre Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, alias “Z-40″, y es mediada por un pariente cercano que forma parte de miembros de alto rango de la agencia de la policía federal, que pide para ellos llevar a cabo operaciones de capturar o matar a sus enemigos. 

    A pesar de que la Policía Federal había sido sustituida en la lucha directa contra la delincuencia organizada por elementos de la Sedena y la Marina, ya que había perdido la confianza y por la sospecha de infiltración que se organizan por la delincuencia y corrupción, la policía federal en plena complicidad con los Zetas se está preparando para librar una ofensiva contra todo el cártel del Golfo en las ciudades fronterizas de Reynosa, Matamoros, Miguel Arnoldo Alemán, Camargo, Mier, Nueva Ciudad Guerrero y Díaz Ordaz (conocida como Frontera Chica). 

    Esto es de acuerdo al informe confidencial de EE.UU., que se obtuvo de las declaraciones dadas por un sicario que había sido capturado en la “frontera chica” y es uno de los más cercanos colaboradores del Z-40. 

    Como resultado de esto, la Policía Federal Preventiva en una manera inusual  ha establecido bases de operación en el “Hotel Tío Luz” en la ciudad de la Costa de Hermosillo, mientras que en Camargo se han establecido una base en el “Hotel de Arturo”. Esta nueva ofensiva se autorizó por Genaro García Luna y oficiales superiores de la PFP, después de que Morales Treviño a través de su familia y con la excusa para culpar al cártel del Golfo por el asesinato reciente de dos funcionarios en la carretera del municipio de China, Nuevo León. 

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    Asi es Reply:

    La ciudad de la costa de Hermosillo??… hablan de tamaulipas o de Sonora?.

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  26. A la caza del L7 en territorio del Chapo Guzmán
    El férreo control que ejerce el líder del cártel de Sinaloa, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, el Chapo, en el tráfico de drogas se paga con la sangre de quienes pretenden insubordinarse y cosechar para su beneficio alguna de las “plazas”. Tal es el caso de Ignacio Páez, quien hizo valer al modo de la mafia su poder para el trasiego de mariguana de Caborca, Sonora, a Estados Unidos. El viejo Páez ganó la partida a su sobrino el L7, Luis Fernando Sánchez Páez, quien durante más de dos años intentó desplazarlo a punta de metralla, hasta que fue abatido en pleno centro de Culiacán, Sinaloa. Sus gatilleros siguen presos, sujetos a proceso penal en el Altiplano.
    El 12 de julio de 2007, miembros de la fuerza de reacción Hernández, del Ejército Mexicano, establecidos en Caborca, Sonora, se apostaron en la base de operaciones en las afueras de esa ciudad cuando recibieron una llamada telefónica anónima que les alertaba sobre tres camionetas repletas de sujetos sospechosos que circulaban por el centro de la población.
    Según la versión de los militares, era la gente del Luisillo, Luis Fernando Sánchez Páez, que llegó a bordo de dos camionetas Durango doradas y una Ram gris. Pretendían hacer base en Caborca, “plaza” que dominaba su tío Ignacio Páez y de la cual el Luisillo pretendía apoderarse para controlar el tráfico de mariguana hacia Estados Unidos. La gente del pueblo ya estaba harta de las constantes riñas entre la familia Páez por el control de los enervantes, pero nadie decía nada.
    A las seis de la tarde del mismo día, los soldados se dirigieron a la colonia Francisco Villa para verificar la información. Media hora después, sobre la calle Cuarta con dirección al Sur, detectaron el convoy de vehículos sospechosos, todos con vidrios polarizados. Les marcaron el alto. Los conductores se vieron sorprendidos y, al darse cuenta del dispositivo militar, ya no pudieron huir.
    Francisco Román Gutiérrez, conductor del vehículo que encabezaba la caravana, abrió la portezuela. Vestía un chaleco táctico negro y portaba un arma larga y otra corta. Su acompañante de copiloto, Mario Gutiérrez Román, bajó del lado derecho del vehículo. Portaba un chaleco blindado, un arma larga con lanzagranadas, mira infrarroja y lámpara de luz, y dos armas cortas.
    Un tercer sujeto, Alejandro Ortiz Ortega, traía consigo un fusil Colt. Él y los demás salieron de la casa de seguridad donde resguardaban el arsenal, ubicado en Calle 4 y Durango, en el centro de Caborca, propiedad del L7, quien “se dedica a meter mota para el otro lado”, desde su rancho que está pegado a la línea fronteriza en Sásabe, Sonora.
    —¿Pertenecen a alguna corporación policiaca o de seguridad? –preguntó el oficial al mando.
    —No, jefe, andamos en un jale. Aguanten. Ya les explicarán de qué se trata –le respondió uno de ellos.
    Los militares, el teniente de infantería Macario Hernández Antonio y los sargentos segundos Carlos Pérez Valle y Fernando Orozco Estrada, del 5 Batallón de Fuerzas Especiales, con sede en la “plaza” de Tijuana, Baja California, coparon a los que iban en la Durango.
    —¡Ya nos cayeron. No hay más que hacer. No queremos problemas! –soltó, desesperado, Jesús Hermilo Almada.
    Su acompañante, Carlos Abel Gutiérrez Román, dejó las armas en el asiento del vehículo y pidió clemencia: “Dennos chanche. No hay bronca, dijo. De la Dodge Ram, con placas de Arizona, bajaron Álvaro Manuel Ochoa Gil y Héctor Zepeda de la Rosa. También iban fuertemente armados.
    Los soldados encontraron un arsenal en la parte posterior de las camionetas, lo mismo armas largas, AK-47 y R-15, que cortas, cartuchos, cargadores, granadas M203, pasamontañas, gorras, credenciales con insignias de la policía y chalecos antibalas.
    Le dijeron a la milicia que pertenecían a la célula que dirige el narcotraficante Luis Páez, quien les dijo que estaba reuniendo gente para tomar la “plaza” de Caborca, en virtud de que su tío, Ignacio Páez, la controlaba y que el armamento lo trasladaban al Piquillo, donde los esperaría Miguel Caro, el Picas, para llevarlos a una casa de seguridad.
    La casa de seguridad, valuada en más de 20 millones de pesos, según el perito de la Procuraduría General de la República, fue ubicada y cateada por los militares. Ahí completaron la escena del crimen. El inmueble estaba repleto de todo tipo de armamento, pues llevaban largo rato acumulando el arsenal para la batalla, al tiempo que continuaban con su labor de trasiego de mariguana a Estados Unidos.
    El Piquillo es un rancho rústico ubicado dentro del centro recreativo Las Palapas, con lago artificial, alberca, cabañas y área de juegos, y también fue cateado por agentes federales de la Unidad Especializada en Investigación de Terrorismo, Acopio y Tráfico de Armas de la Subprocuraduría de Investigación Especializada en Delincuencia Organizada.
    Los sicarios del L7 llevaban un buen trecho recabando armas para la toma de Caborca. Un verdadero arsenal como para armar a un pelotón completo. Su ambición era tal que no les importaba que la “plaza” estuviera resguardada por un ejército mayor que ellos. Al frente de él, estaba su tío, quien contaba con el apoyo del Chapo Guzmán. Se veía difícil que cumplieran su cometido; pero no cejaron en el intento que duró dos años de incursiones, hasta que la gente del Chapo acabó de un tajo: mató al líder de la andanada en pleno centro de Culiacán, Sinaloa.
    Los militares esposaron a los detenidos y se los llevaron con todo y vehículos, armamento, cargadores, cartuchos, granadas y diverso equipo. Por razones de seguridad, según dijeron en el parte militar, los condujeron a las instalaciones de la base de operaciones militares, donde “procedieron a dar parte a la superioridad”. Ésta les ordenó que tomaran las máximas medidas de seguridad y se trasladaran al aeropuerto de Hermosillo, Sonora.
    Ya en el aeropuerto, ante el agente del Ministerio Público federal, los detenidos dijeron llamarse Francisco Román Gutiérrez, de 28 años de edad; Carlos Abel Gutiérrez Román, de 30; Mario Gutiérrez Román, de 33, originarios de Sinaloa de Leyva; Alejandro Ortiz Ortega, de 16, de Caborca; Héctor Cepeda de la Rosa, de 23, de Badiraguato; Jesús Hermilo Almada Córdova, de 29, de Pitiquito, Sonora, y Álvaro Manuel Ochoa Gil, de Ciudad Obregón.
    La declaración ministerial

    Todos declararon ante la autoridad ministerial. Cada oración que hilaban era una acusación en agravio del Luisillo y de su propio futuro al haber violentado la ley contra la delincuencia organizada.
    Alejandro Ortiz, quien cuidaba la casa donde mantenían oculto el armamento, en Calle 4 y Durango, dijo que Sánchez Páez se dedicaba a “meter mota para el otro lado”. Estaba dormido cuando llegaron los guachos. Cuando entraron, le taparon la cara con su propia camiseta. Confirmó la existencia de otras dos casas de seguridad, propiedad del L7, ubicadas atrás de la central camionera de Caborca y otra frente al hotel Toxa; además de un rancho en Sásabe, en la línea fronteriza con Estados Unidos, donde guardaban la droga.
    En su turno, Manuel Ochoa Gil, el Gordo, detalló cómo los burreros trasladaban la mariguana. Les repartían entre 20 y 25 kilogramos que cargaban en mochilas o morrales de yute. Los acercaban en camionetas a la línea fronteriza y de ahí caminaban a través la línea imaginaria de manera ilegal para llegar a Tucson, Arizona, en donde la entregaban. Les pagaban de 1 mil a 1 mil 500 dólares por cada cargamento. Dijo que su patrón era Luis Sánchez Aguilar, quien lo mismo contrataba gente para traficar mariguana que para formar parte de su escolta.
    A Francisco Román Gutiérrez lo contrató Miguel Ángel Caro, el Picas. Su especialidad era el robo de automóviles nuevos. Por cada vehículo, recibía 15 mil pesos. También vigilaba la casa donde estaba resguardado el armamento. En su testimonio, dijo que los enemigos del Luisillo eran sus mismos familiares, quienes también se dedicaban a pasar droga a Estados Unidos y peleaban la “plaza”.
    Román detalló la media filiación del Luisillo: “Es güero, dientes manchados, pelo rubio, de 35 años de edad, complexión delgada, estatura de 1.70 metros, bigote rasurado. Viste mezclilla a la Pointer, pantalones deslavados, rotos, camisa vaquera de manga corta”.
    El Mayo, Mario Gutiérrez Román, fue contratado por el segundo de abordo del Luisillo, Francisco Sánchez Páez, el M1. Trabajaba con Martín, el M2, y uno de los gatilleros del L7. Cuando llegó a la casa de seguridad, un mes antes del cateo de los militares, Martín le advirtió que no salieran ni desertaran porque él mismo los mataría a ellos y a su familia. “No salgan y no corran porque los mato a ustedes y a su familia; ahorita anda duro el gobierno y no pueden salir; pero cuando se calme, entonces vamos a trabajar”, le dijo el M2 cuando lo contrató para trabajar como parte de su cuerpo de seguridad, “porque tenía muchos enemigos. Sabe que no lo quiere la gente ni el gobierno porque ha matado a muchos. Eso es lo que dice la gente del pueblo: un pueblo chiquito donde todo se sabe”, dijo Gutiérrez Román, quien se queja: “Martín, con clave M2, me dijo que me iba a pagar 30 mil pesos por ser su seguridad, pero no me alcanzó a pagar porque apenas cumpliría un mes trabajando cuando me detuvieron los militares”.
    Hermilo Almada de plano refutó al agente ministerial. Le dijo que era falso que hayan sido detenidos en la calle. “Nos agarraron en la casa de Luis Sánchez Páez, donde estábamos encerrados junto con los demás. Los soldados se saltaron la barda, por lo que tampoco es cierto que me hayan detenido en una camioneta. Todas las camionetas estaba encerradas en la casa de Luis”.
    Ante el juez Sexto de Distrito en materia de procesos penales federales en el Estado de México, al rendir su declaración preparatoria, los inculpados negaron los cargos que les impetuniaban, de acuerdo con el expediente 51/ 2007.
    La caída del Luisillo
    Dos años después de la detención de sus cómplices en Caborca, Sonora, el sábado 5 de septiembre de 2009, alrededor de las 20:50 horas, en Culiacán, Sinaloa, Luis Fernando Sánchez Páez, el Luisillo o el Cabo, y dos de sus lugartenientes fueron rafagueados con armas de grueso calibre. El L7 fue asesinado junto con Arturo López Martínez, de 30 años, quien vivía en Nogales, Sonora; y Germán Vargas Cruz, de 32 años, originario de Santa Ana, Hidalgo.
    Según el parte policiaco, Páez y sus acompañantes se trasladaban en un automóvil Jetta color gris, con placas VYX-6875 de Sonora, cuando circulaban de Poniente a Oriente por el bulevar Diego Valadez, y al pasar por la gasolinera ubicada frente a la plaza comercial Fórum, se les emparejó una camioneta Tacoma color azul marino, con placas de Sonora. Por espacio de 100 metros, los gatilleros del Chapo Guzmán les dispararon, sin importarles los civiles, quienes al escuchar la balacera trataron de resguardarse. Tras los primeros tiros, el conductor del Jetta perdió el control del volante, la unidad se subió al camellón central y se impactó contra un poste del alumbrado público.
    Nadie supo dónde estaban los otros 10 sicarios que custodiaban y daban seguridad a Luis Sánchez Páez.
    Fue una escena que atestiguaron decenas de personas que se encontraban en la gasolinera y en un café, y tuvieron que correr para protegerse de la lluvia de balas. Los mismos testigos presenciaron que los individuos armados se acercaron al automóvil para rematar a los ocupantes. Al asegurarse de concluir el trabajo, los sicarios abordaron la Toyota tipo pick up y escaparon rumbo al Poniente, después hacia el Centro de la ciudad. Minutos después de los hechos, la policía del estado encontró una camioneta Tacoma color azul marino, con placas de Sonora, la cual chocó en avenida Teófilo Noris y calle Escobedo, en el Centro de la ciudad.
    Los elementos de la Cruz Roja acudieron al lugar del crimen, pero sólo para confirmar la muerte de los ocupantes del Jetta gris. Además, se localizaron varios fajos de dólares. Se aseguró en el lugar que los occisos no portaban armas.

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    juan Reply:

    ah como chihuahuas con esto metetelo por el culo

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  27. ACAPULCO, Mexico – Police found the bodies of 15 slain men, 14 of them headless, on a street outside a shopping center in the Pacific coast resort of Acapulco on Saturday.
    The victims, all of whom appeared to be in their 20s, were discovered in an area not frequented by tourists.
    Handwritten signs left with the bodies were signed by “El Chapo’s People”–a reference to the Sinaloa cartel, headed by drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman–said Fernando Monreal Leyva, director of investigative police for Guerrero state, where Acapulco is located.
    The narco-messages indicated the Sinaloa cartel killed them for trying to intrude on the gang’s turf and extort residents.
    Mexico’s drug cartels have increasingly taken to beheading their victims in a grisly show of force, but Saturday’s discovery was the largest single group of decapitation victims found in recent years.
    In 2008, a group of 12 decapitated bodies were piled outside the Yucatan state capital of Merida. The same year, 9 headless men were discovered in the Guerrero state capital of Chilpancingo.
    Acapulco has been the site of fierce battles between drug gangs, and this weekend got off to a bloody start with 27 people killed there from Friday evening to early Saturday, Leyva said.
    The dead included two police officers cut down on a main bayside avenue in front of tourists and locals; six people who were shot dead and stuffed in a taxi, their hands and feet bound; and four others elsewhere in the city.
    “We are coordinating with federal forces and local police to reinforce security in Acapulco and investigating to try to establish the motive and perpetrators of these incidents,” Monreal said.
    At least 30,196 people have died in drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon launched an offensive against cartels in late 2006.
    Also Saturday, authorities said a small-town mayor was found dead in northern Mexico.
    Saul Vara Rivera, mayor of the municipality of Zaragoza, was reported missing by family members Wednesday, Coahuila state prosecutors said in a statement. His bullet-ridden body was discovered Friday in neighboring Nuevo Leon state.
    There were no immediate arrests.
    At least a dozen mayors were killed nationwide last year in acts of intimidation attributed to drug gangs

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  28. Marcos Paredes caught in Mexico City?

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    nephew Reply:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAH…..Y EL BLINDAJE RABBIT? NO KE A MARCOS NO LO TOCABAN? HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA………OSERA KE YA NO LE SERVIA AL ENANO DE LA TUNA?

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Shut up !

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    rabbit Reply:

    What assholes some of you are!!! I hate the narco game. However, I do respect and care about Marcos Paredes. I stopped posting because I was asked to stop. For many years there was bad blood between Los Paredes and I. But the paredes do mean somethng to me. And there are a lot of people very sad about what happened to them. I am friends with some of their family members. They are all really hurt by this mess. I don’t even see what humor you can find in this mess. I feel you 17. sounds like this bothers you as much as it bothers the rest of us.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Some people don’t and won’t ever understand Rabbit.

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    rabbit Reply:

    These are the old school people. Word is theya re trying to extradite him to the States. It’s a sad day. That’s all I can say.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Think positive. There’s ways of getting out. I wonder how many of the so called ,”Good guys”,are worried about this.

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    rabbit Reply:

    Are you kidding, only people worried are inner circle. The wolves are already circling. Some of those “good guys” are not so good.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Yeah I know. I didn’t mean it the way you took it. Isn’t this bad news for Chaps too. A lot will change rapidly especially cuz of the wolves. Have a friend that knows all and he pretty much summed it all up,”OH F**K !”

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    rabbit Reply:

    Oh f**k is an understatement. Not good. people have been trying to take AP for yers now. But Don Aden is still in the area. So I am pretty sure that the area will still continue to be controlled by the same powers. But with both of the brothers in custody, it don’t look good. I’m trying to hope for the best, but this really don’t look good. Marcos has a way to pull things off, though. But I know that the U.S. wants him bad. We will see.

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    Cisco Reply:

    Why would we want to understand a pendejo who kisses the asses of narco-basura?

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  29. http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/736827.html

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  30. Hope Marcos can get out .He’s been through enough already.

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    rabbit Reply:

    it really sucks!!

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    ilegal Reply:

    conejo, de casualidad no sabes si en estas ultimas dos horas hubo algun operativo o levanton en la H? Con relacion a la captura de Marcos, supe que hay desbandada ahi en la H y tengo una amistad por ahi que de repente se me desaparecio hace una hora…

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    rabbit Reply:

    Look, right now things are bad. I am still getting info in, but would not be surprised if it is related. When I hear more I will let you know.

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    ilegal Reply:

    gracias carnal, te lo agradezco de antemano, cuidate.

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    rabbit Reply:

    Got your back!!

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    ilegal Reply:

    ahi fue Rabitt, fue el puro susto, todo esta bien gracias a dios, gracias de todas maneras.

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  31. It’s kind of interesting and rather ironic to know that the Sinaloa Federation recently sent Adan Salazar to “help” maintain the Agua Prieta plaza, and all of a sudden Marcos (Paredes) gets busted in Mexico City…

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Coincidence? If Adan is still involved with Meraz group, all I can say is, good luck !

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    Gordo Reply:

    Meraz……….Tepiro and the Meraz group dissolved in the 90′s!…………….k no?

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    doce Reply:

    exactly gordo merazs are no more and havent been for a while adan wasnt sent to ap to help maintain the plaza there mpm didnt need no help the paredes have done it very good for many many years

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    rabbit Reply:

    Here is what I know, if MPM is really gone, Aqua Preita will never be the same. I mean really gone, like extradited, AP will go to hell in a hand bag really quick. I am still in shock a little bit. I know you are right, MPM didn’t need any help. Los Paredes did a really good job holding it down. Ever since 2k murdered Leo and family, I hoped that Marcos would keep it together. Now the future is scary. it would really be a bitch if 2k ended up back in the area in control. That’s a nightmare!!

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    Jerry Reply:

    Rabbit et all ,
    Living near Bowie i have noticed a big increase in border patrol near our ranch this month(really really big).For the first time in years they stop to ask if we’ve seen any signs of people coming through etc..One of the guys told me yesterday that the combination of a power struggle in AP ,Krienz Assassination and more BP man power in other areas might make them come our way.Sort of spooky living in the middle of nowhere when you can see mexico from your house.
    My friends in Puerto Penasco are really worried about the new trouble too. Does the AP changes spell good or bad news for semi-drunk fat guys that like to go fishing and lay up at the beach? man i wish this crap would end.It takes me an extra 2 hours plus to get to the beach since i have to avoid Sasabe/Altar routes

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Gordo, you’re right. Just saying if there’s any contact between any of them.
    Rabbit I agree with you. Things will get hairy. As you said the wolves are around.

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  32. http://www.lapoliciaca.com/nota-roja/detienen-a-presunto-lider-del-grupo-%c2%b4los-paredes%c2%b4/
    aqui estan

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    rabbit Reply:

    When they took Jabali down a while back, I knew that Marcos was going to go down, too. So much has changed in Mexico. At the same time, this isn’t the first time Marcos or Rudy have been arrested. In the past, they always seemed to pull it off, though. The reason I have always respected the Paredes, is because they always managed to pull it off. There are, however, a lot of what I call haters out there. The drug game is dirty in Mexico. You almost don’t have a choice to be roothless. No matter what, I wish them well and hope they make it. Things are changing everyday in Mexico. It seems as though none of this is for the better. I am trying to stay hopeful, but truthfuly, I think Los Paredes have been mortaly wounded. I imagine that they have lost product recently. And, there are people just waiting to unseat them. In recent months, there has been a lot of other activity in there that area from other cartels, that don’t hadle things the same way Los Paredes did. In my opinion, Aqua Prieta will never be the same. The violence is coming. I know that the military and Mex feds are in the area in full force right now. This will only fuel the fire. When there are too many thieves with their hands in the fire, someone is bound to good burned. It is a sad week for me, personaly. I left the narco world, today I don’t regret that. It is the end of an era.

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    talegon Reply:

    it seems suspicious to me that as soon as rumors that adan salazar moved to AP Marco gets caught…Marco has AP in pretty good shape now who knows whats gonna happen

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    rabbit Reply:

    Truthfuly, if you want to know what happened to the Paredes, look no farther than Mayo Zambada. I believe that will be the culprit in the end. It’s a dirty game.

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  33. I’ve been pulling 15 hour days for a week now. Does anyone have a link showing a picture of Mr. Paredes?

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    Gallo Reply:

    See above

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    Rube Reply:

    Don’t let that go on too long, days like that interfere with beer time.

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  34. hold your cuacos… nayarit is carackin… sonora is thru its a done dada …. macho vs. mayo macho murdered 8 and his cousin.. mayo broke him off….any how . they murdered elias coon in juarez.. mom was a reidora from delicias.. and u know that the renterias are gonna take over sur chihuahua.. after dorado and cumbias were captured…keep an eye out for zacatecas and nayarit AND DURANGO.. CDS TIME IS UP….. 2012 IS THE NEXT ELECTION…. and what tregua.. sinaloa is hotttttt. carrillos and zetas dinaly got there shit together and taking out la g.n. saludos

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Alrighty then. Hold on to your juevos rancheros dude. It ain’t over yet. Lol

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    renee Reply:

    Marcos had a chance to get out several years ago but as is typical for dopers he couldnt let go of the power, greed, money. Many people gave him opportunities here (ap) and in the states.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    I hear you. Now what?

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    doce Reply:

    ok and how do u know that renee u personally know him or from what u hear being as big as he was no one gets out in this business give me a break

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    doce Reply:

    theres more to this than what people know

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    doce Reply:

    people in ap gave marcus a chance to get out cmon he gives the chances he owned ap and basically all of sonora give me a break with this obviously u know nothing and yes i do

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    I think someone set him up. Question is who and why now. If “They” wanted him out of AP so bad,are they willing to suffer the consequences. Have to wait and see what happens. My thought, is he will be extradited to the US and fast. Wonder what El Pres. VT of AP is thinking right now.

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    rabbit Reply:

    If he gets extradited it is all over. But maybe MPM has an ace up his sleave. I keep hoping so.

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    rabbit Reply:

    Renee, what you say is not logical. I am assuming you are talking about the deal the U.S. feds made marcos after Leo and family were killed. Greed has nothing to do with it. Someone like Marcos doesn’t just walk away. There would be no way for him to protect his family, unless he stayed in control. Every person with the last name Paredes, machado, puru, and others, would be dead. They would be prey of every other cartel out there. So stop pretending that you know something. I do know what I’m talking about. Comments like yours rub salt in fresh wounds.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    No one’s more greedy than the Mexican government.

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    rabbit Reply:

    True.

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    doce Reply:

    YEAh and to know MPM he would never cut a deal thats not him he will go down fighting before he would ever do that.

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    WTF !!!! Macho Prieto against his “father” ( his own words) MZ !!!! Where did you hear that ????
    Is that true, who will Los Torres support ????

    The truce finished the first week of this year, the results are visible. Nayarit is in chaos, the two main heads in dispute over there is H2 against Albert o el 6 , but still is a dispute BL vs CDS. Another red dot on the board is Jalisco, La resistencia vs CJNG ( cartel Jalisco nueva generacion ) .

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    nephew Reply:

    macho and mayo are not going to war…..pero el macho si esta castigado……… he has been sent to peñasco and is not allowed back in mexicali or anywhere else for that matter…. se paso de verga…..hahahahah…. come on what kind of fight is macho going to put up? all mayo has to do is give the army the green light and bye bye macho……… el del biyuyu is el lechero…. si al caso macho is able to buy himself a month of protection pero hasta ahi……

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  35. Some of these guys don’t what they are talkin about. There is enough real insanity going on in Mexico, without some dumb ass making shit up.

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    nephew Reply:

    that’s true conejito……all these chismes left and right….one thing that is 100% true is the Mark Walls will be visiting uncle sam pretty soon….. ni modo…..the man was a legit businessman in the game…..what I’m dying to find out is who set him up???……or did he fall out of someones grace and favor???….

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    rabbit Reply:

    Well, there has been a lot going on over the last few months. People have been trying to move on AP for yeaars, but this is different. This is one of those things where someone did their homework. They didn’t kill Los Paaredes, they fed them to the wolves. We will see who benefits from this. No matter what, unseating Marcos will come at a bigger price than anyone wants. They just unstabilised the whole region.

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    rabbit Reply:

    Marcos and Rudy were good bosses.

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    Besa Culo Reply:

    We will miss you Marcos and Rudy

    Don BesaCulo xoxoxoxo

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  36. EN LA MADRE YA SALIO EL PEINE…………..

    AL MARK WALLS LO TRAICIONO EL RUDY WALLS……….OSEA SU MISMA SANGRE LE PUSO EL DEDO AL ESTILO RAMON AYALA……… SEGUN CUENTAN LAS MALAS LENGUAS KE AL RUDY WALLS LO TORCIERON EN DECEMBER/2010 Y POS KE CHISTOSO KE AL MES TUERZAN AL MERO MERO….. Y POS KE CULON SALIO EL MARK WALLS…. EL amár DECLARO KE DESPUES KE MATARON AL LEONARDO Y NO AL DI CAPRIO SE FUE A ESCONDER AL HUMO……. NO KE MUY PODEROSO…DE SEGURO PENSO KE IBA SER IGUAL KE EL CHAPO Y MANDAR DESDE LAS CUEVAS CON SU DSL CONNECTION….NO MAME SI POR ESO YA HAY 4G amárES…KE NO SE NOTE LA POBREZA…..

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    fuckenpigs Reply:

    I keep hoping you are not right. I don’t think Marcos fell out of grace. Marcos has the same problem that chapo and mayo has. People want to unseat the kings. The haters are working hard. I am sick over this whole mess. And there are a lot of us that know that nothing good will come out of this mess. With marcos gone, the violence will come. Watch.

    I also know that the Mexican feds and army are going after ther paredes crew. So far three leaders so far in the last month. Ugly.

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    doce Reply:

    dude nephew u dont have a clue on what ur saying if u knew marcos and rudy but u dont but if u did u would know that they would never put the finger on each other never give me a break and yes i do know them personally so thats how i know

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    doce Reply:

    WHOS LEONARDO OR DO U KNOT KNOW WHO UR TALKING ABOUT

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    doce Reply:

    I AM SO MAD AND PISSED ABOUT THIS SUCH A GREAT FAMILY AND GREAT BOSSES DID SO MUCH FOR AP AND THE REGION THEY DID ALOT OF THINGS FOR MANY PEOPLE THAT PEOPLE DONT KNOW ABOUT WHAT VERY SAD DAYS AND DAYS TO COME THIS HITS HARD VERY HARD FOR ME PERSONALLY NO ONE CAN EVER TAKE THERE PLACE LIKE THEY DID NEVER

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    Besa Culo Reply:

    I am also crying for the good people, puro santitos.

    boo hoo hoo

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    fuckenpigs Reply:

    If you are one of the so called good guys, I would gladly geal with the narcos, instead. And I hate narcos. Idiot.

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  37. Question: Dicen que murio el 01 en tubutama. Pero quien es?
    Otra pregunta: Puerto Peñasco es plaza del Negro verdad?

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  38. There is no fooken way that Rudy put the finger on MARCOS. And leo’s name was not leonardo. It was manual leoberto paredes machado. So please guys, before you rub salt in fresh wounds, slow down and get the facts strait. Speaking reality is the right thing to do. Those of us that do know what’s up don’t want to be correcting you during a real hard time.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    If it wasn’t so sad it would be funny. Rudy put the finger on his own brother? Come on. I know Rudy and he would take a bullet rather than do that !

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  39. GET OFF THE PAREDES NUTZ……….. LIKE ALL REGIONAL MOBSTERS THEY HAD THEIR 15 MINUTES OF FAME AND NOW BUH-BYE BITCHES……….DID YOU REALLY THINK THESE FOOS HAD THE CONNECTIONS WITH THE GOVT AS THE GUZMAN OR ZAMBADA??…… SUCKS THOUGH THAT AFTER ALL THE WORK THEY PUT IN FOR THE SHORTY ONE, HE COULDN’T PICK UP HIS PHONE AND PUT IN A GOOD WORD FOR THEM….. AND IT ONLY MAKES SENSE THAT RUDY RATTED HIS BROTHER OUT……. HOW ELSE DID THEY LOCATE MARK WITHIN A MONTH OF RUDYS CAPTURE? HE MUST OF SANG REALLY…… ALSO WHO THE fook STICKS AROUND IN EL D.F. AFTER THEIR BROTHER’S CAPTURE SEEMS LIKE DUMBASSES NEVER LEARNED FROM ARTURO’S FALL…….PA LA SIERRA PENDEJOS…. THEN AGAIN MARK FLED FROM SONORA AFTER LEO’S DEATH OUT OF FEAR SO I CAN SEE WHY HE DIDN’T RETURN….. EL 2000 HAD HIS ASS SCARED SHIT LESS….. SO AS OF RIGHT NOW 2000>PAREDES…..OR SALAZAR>PAREDES……..HAHAHAHAHA…..REGARDLESS IT’S OBVIOUS THERE IS NO ROOM FOR NARCOS SIN HUEVOS IN TODAYS GAME……. AHORA LOS NUEVOS SERAN LOS VIEJOS Y SEGUIRAN SOBRANDO SOMBREROS……. THE ONLY NARCO THAT WILL BE RESPECTED AND LEFT ALONE IS HE WHO RULES HIS TERRITORY WITH LEAD AND FEAR……. THE ERA OF THE NICE GUYS IS OVER…….

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    Asi es Reply:

    Pues ojala y que Sonora no se convierta en otro Tamaulipas o Chihuahua, porque hasta hoy se a mantenido relativamente en calma. Y que en lugar de un narco con guevos llegue uno con inteligencia.

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    rabbit Reply:

    I wont dignify your response with a real answer. What you said isn’t true. Thats all. Dos mil didn’t scare him. He protected himself then ran 2000 out of sonora. That is the truth. 2000 is hiding more than Markos. As you saw, Marcos didnt have any body guards. He was respected. He didn’t need body guards. Dos mil wouldn’t dare leave his house without at least ten people with him. He is a hunted man.

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    rabbit Reply:

    The only thing you proved to me is that you don’t know your ass from a hole in the ground. You have said too many things that are 100% bullshit.

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  40. From what I know about marcos paredes, he wasn’t an animal, he was smart. Used his brain instead of violence. But he was not afraid to use force. He did use force when necessary.

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  41. There are varmets here that rat out thier own fathers !!!!!!! LOL

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    Christopher Reply:

    Right after my father died the appelant courts were reversing his conviction from all the misconduct and lies you cops pulled. I wouldn’t be suprised if you are Reese Bostwick.(piece of shit) I loved my father with all my heart. I just get sick of watching your cowardly ass post these commentsusing the biigest rats names that there ever were. I always respected who deserved it. That is how I stayed in the game all those years even after serving almost fifteen years in prison. Today I’m out of the business all the way. But I still know everyone. So keep on talking shit. Your trolling ass just makes unnecessary noise that is anoying like a hemeroid.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    No need to explain. As a wise man once told me,”No one can hurt you unless you let them”.
    In time the pressure on the Pres. of Mexico will determine when Chapo among others are brought down. It’s not a matter of if, but when. They let it spin out of control and it’s biting them in the ass. What goes up always comes down. Everyone is replaceable in this business. The “Honor among thieves” code is gone. Sometimes more,more,more, is too much.

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    Christopher Reply:

    Listen, girl, the only people that truly understand the “no honor among thieves” , are people that actually have been through this shit. I have been through this shit. I owe no one any explanations, but I get sick of watching these “know it alls” run their mouths. I know more than anyone that there are no guarantees in this world. Mayo, Chapo, Marcos, Arturo, all have a shelf life. The only problem is that some of these guys are actually good people, in a world where most of them are scum. I am sad to see Marcos go. Other than that, I guess that It’s all bullshit. I like your attitude. It seems like you do understand what’s up. You obviously have been through the ringer. But I have gotten a bad rap. I mean, for a long time the haters brought me down. I had to get the fook out of there just so I could think. Bones rattle in my closet because I have seen so much death, scumbag shit and drama. I needed out. I couldn’t stand it no more. The game in Mexico is burnt. Only a mad man would stay with his hands in that shit.

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    Christopher Reply:

    Besides, you feds should offer marcos paredes walking papers for keeping sonora and aqua prieta quiet for so long. The guy should get a medal.

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  42. @rabbit

    Talk all the shit you want about 2000…. But who is out free? In the mean time 2000> paredes….hahaha… Hahaha!

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Who’s alive and who’s going to die? 2k is a marked man even more now than before,but I’m not laughing. This stuff isn’t funny dude.

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  43. Geesh Kind of manic Hopper. You were in the Paredes inner circle? Who was the tranny then? What is El 21? Who is the generals daughter? You knew he was going down ? Did you warn him? How about El Cascabel?

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    Christopher Reply:

    Let me make something really clear, the only inner circle I am in is my wife and kids. I have been out of the doper game for years. I’ve been out of prison for seven years. I just know people. That is all. And I know That what is going on with the Paredes is real scary. And, I do actually feel bad for them. I do know some of their family members that are upset. I was upset when my whole family got busted, so I feel for them. I am hoping for a really good outcome. But right now it doesn’t look good. However, common sense tells me that some real bad stuff is about to happen. On top of that, do you reallly think that Marcos really needs me to warn him? You think he didn’t wake up everyday just grateful he had another day. Some of you are idiots.

    Well once again I want to go back to my quiet life. So I leave you with a few last words. Screw you guys, I’m outta here!!!!!!!!!!

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Let’s see,the only circles I know about are the dark circles that appear periodically under my eyes. The tranny was a Toyota or Dodge can’t really remember. Ahh,21, my lucky number .I remember that movie “The Generals Daughter”,saw it on Starz. The Cascabel ranch is doing very well thank you.
    Would you please stop using my “You know what “! Have a great day everyone.

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  44. Ok rocket scientist. Everyone knew they wanted them. Whatevr.

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  45. Los Paredes are free. You sure are a lot smarter than me, Nephew. My bad man. Lol!

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  46. http://greatgunsfleckviehsimmentals.com/herdsires/Anton100M.html

    I bet he’s going to miss this guy!

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  47. Well, I hear that Los Paredes are still very much in control.

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