Dedos Muertos?

Jan 26th, 2011 | By Michel Marizco | Category: General News, Organized Crime
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THE BORDER REPORT

This State Department cable out of Wikileaks caught my eye. 51 FBI informants and 10 DEA “liaison officers” were murdered in Mexico between 2007-09.

When we talk about American law enforcement in Mexico, we generally view the Americans as not being part of the game; for the most part, this has held true since the wars began.

But I wonder about these 61 informants and liaisons. Were the 51 also Mexican informants and therefore murdered for that connection or were they killed because of their ties to the Americans? Same for the 10 liaisons. Were they killed because they were Mexican intelligence officers or because they were working with the Americans?

The first would be consistent with the idea that the country’s narcos are going after law enforcement; 2007 to 2009 are the prime years when Arturo Beltrán Leyva was most active. But, if they targeted these people for their connections to the Americans, then that suggests something else – the Americans probably had a difficult time convincing others to work for them as a result. I wonder, a year later, how they’ve fared since.

I tripped over that Wikileaks cable while exploring the newest ones, the memos referencing the FBI interrogating detainees in Mexico. That one seemingly caught everybody’s eye in Mexico; the press is filled with the story. The short version is this: CISEN, the Mexican CIA, allowed FBI agents to interrogate foreign nationals captured in Mexico; the scope of their investigation being counter-terrorism.

Mexico’s Secretary of Immigration Salvador Beltrán, says that’s not true. Myself, I believe it is; and frankly, I believe it’s been the case for years. As far back as the 1980s, DEA agents were interrogating people in Mexico, including Mexicans, when they were looking for murdered DEA agent Enrique Camarena’s body. Years later, American agents were in the room with Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán, when he was first arrested. Same goes for Osiel Cardenas. Americans have been involved in Mexico’s law enforcement infrastructure for at least, decades. Post-Sept. 11, it shouldn’t be a surprise that they’re still doing so.

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  1. I heard it was informants, local police, politicians, narcs snitching for the FBI.

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  2. As long back as I can remember, I have been hearing the stories of American agents in Mexico. When DEA agent Camerena was killed, it was being said that he was playing both sides of the fence. Also, if I remember right, the availablity of mota that year was not as good as years past. And the prices were higher than usual. But, I also heard that Caro-Quitnero played games with this American agents. I read an article in prison 20 years ago that talked about every person that got involved with the CIA, outlived their usefulness and was burned. (Noriega, Quintero, Escobar, the list is way too long to list). Did Arturo Beltran play footsies with the Americans? Who knows. But I remember when they found the tunnel under the border connecting Douglas and Agua Prieta, Chapo Guzman’s name was being thrown out there quite a bit. Along with Jamie Figuroa-Soto. There were tons of American Agents in Mexico in those days. I am sure that they were pissed off when Kiki Camerena got clipped. But like I said, there were so many rumors going around in those days. Ask yourself, why have they not extradited Rafeal Caro-Quintero to the U.S? Whenhe was arrested, American agents were there. I mean, they have kidknapped people to bring them to justice, and even extrodited his brother to the U.S. I guess that someone could argue that he is already serving time there. But the murder of an American agent is big business. But as corrupt as Mexico is, keeping informants safe in Mexico has to be an impossible job. Wow, can I be a rat in Mexico? (NOT!) How much money is worth that job? WOW!

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    In Loving Memory of Common Sense! Reply:

    Check out what your “buddies” have been up to lately…

    http://www.blogdelnarco.com/2011/02/sicarios-ejecutan-hombre-junto-su.html

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    rabbit Reply:

    @ in the name of senseleesness.

    These scumbags aren’t my friends, badge kisser. Keep that drama to yourself. I would never condone this S H I T. The zetas are trash. At the same time all of the madness attached to the drug war is wrong. So stop acting like I am involved with this type of disgusting madness. A S S H O L !

    I hate what has happened to mexico. The U.S. government is responsible, in part, for the senselessness in mexico. Too much tragedy. It is time for change. Time to repeal the drug laws and stop the senselessnessnes.

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    In Loving Memory of Common Sense! Reply:

    I hear you, Brother!

    I call a truce.

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    rabbit Reply:

    Truce. Please believe that I don’t like what’s goin on any more than you do.

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  3. Assange will be on 60 minutes this Sunday.

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  4. 4 the last 25 years Ive been going to diferent spots along the baja and mainland coast to surf some times spending 2 or 3 months @ a time down south and on more then one occation have had gringos offer to sell and fly loads up north for me. I always figured they where ether Dea or paid informers. I just feel bad for the dummys who got sucked into it. and speaking of DEA a few years back a family member was flying for the free mexican airforce and upon landing his last load was busted ,he was booked for a couple of pounds of herb did a nickle, lost plane was told if he made noise he’d never get out of the joint ,and where did the dope go? coruption runs on both sides of the border.

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  5. Que pex en Obregon? Quien esta en esa zona? ke hoy se enfrentaron dos grupos.

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  6. does this look like 45 lbs of pot.
    http://azstarnet.com/news/local/border/article_2adb2fc4-5639-59d1-9da7-64373232f0ec.html

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  7. yep… looks like between 25 and 75 lbs. depending on how compressed it is…

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  8. Could use some Darth Vato speak about now. Where have you been?

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  9. compadre ask your madre… or as I like to call her mamacita. andale preguntale she knows where i’ve been.

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  10. judge just ruled Obamacare unconstitutional. Que atodamadre compa!

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  11. i thought that mexico couldnt get any worse with so many murders going on i dont know where they get so much people to fill in the spot but with da start of this year mexico is completely fooked up

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    rabbit Reply:

    It is sad, isn’t it?

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    bullet Reply:

    yea its real sad man and it doesnt seem to have an end it seems like its only gonna get worse when i was on my way back to mexico i never expected it to be worse than the gang problems i had but i quickly learned that there aint a worser place than mexico to mess up cuz here ur most likely gonna pay with your life

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    rabbit Reply:

    I know, bro. I don’t even want go back there to vacation anymore. Mexico isn’t the place to get away from your problems. Like jumping from the pan into the fire.

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  12. does anybody know who is on charge in the magdalena-imuris region lately?. a guy hanging of an spectacular ad yesterday. what’s goin on?.

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  13. Villagranas are still in chrage last time i checked…hace poco andaban reventando casas aya en magdalena porke un loco se andaba pasando de lanza….ellos dominan la region santa ana-magdalena…imuris nose pero la gente del chapo/mayo dominan toda esa region a excepto cerro prieto…salio en las noticias lo del colgado ese??si la tienes ay ponla porfavor…a lo mejor ya se les metiron los contras porke ya es enero se termino la tregua ke tenian

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    asi es Reply:

    aqui la info;

    http://www.lacronicamagdalena.com/vernota.php?artid=7200&categoria=33

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    ilegal Reply:

    dicen por ahi que el comanche de la pei de Hermosillo al servicio del patas cortas anda bien perro reventando oficinas de los que jalan independientes y contras y que es puro pedo que el chapo no cobra piso a los que mueven merca en esa area.

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    talegon Reply:

    si puro pedo eso ke no cobran……dicen ke se tienen ke reportar con el 10%…..el pedo eske estos weyes son los ke compran a toda la bola de federales pake no molesten a los ke andan chambiando aparte ke les cuidan la carga a cada kien ke se mocha y aparte se las llevan asta la linea

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    asi es Reply:

    Entonces como esta el pedo talegon, le cuidan a los que les pagan ese 10%?, o sea, si estan asegurados con ese pago?.
    Digo, si es asi entonces en cierta forma todos contentos, no?.
    Porque me imagino que en otros estados fronterizos no esta tan pelada para los independientes.

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    talegon Reply:

    simon asi esta el pedo……les pagan el 10% y estos weyes usan a toda la gente ke traen…..se van 30-40 camionetas cuidando la carga y se las ponen aya en la linea…no hay pedo con los federales pero el pedo esta en el sasabe con el gilo porke ese wey te baja asta con los chicles…y asi les aseguran la carga asta la linea aparte ke usan los ranchos ke tiene el jabali por esa zona…y pues parece ke si todos contentos porke todo esta trankilo por esa region uno ke otro loco ke si se kiere pasar de lanza pero es todo

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    asi es Reply:

    Pues entonces a esos amáres les ha de ser muy rentable ese 10%!, no es asi?. digo, tomando en cuenta los riesgos que hay que correr por cuenta propia.

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    talegon Reply:

    si awebo!!! nomas pagas y asta te cuidan la merca… no se tienen ke preocupar de los contras ni de los chotas ni nada de eso

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    rofl Reply:

    considerando que las utilidades son como 10 porcento de la merca que estas moviendo, nos negocio pagar couta.

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    asi es Reply:

    No pues esta kbron obtener solo 10% de un negocio chueco, y riesgoso!. Yo no creo que sea tan poquito, no tiene logica en comparacion con los riesgos. A ver ile!, iluminanos.

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    rofl Reply:

    digamos, que eres un chico y compra un kilito de coca en culiacan, que andar como en 12 mil dolares, (si no lo estas moviendo desde el sur). para ponerlo en la frontera te andan saliendo como 1mil dolares (sin pagar couta). despues para el brinco andas pagando aredo entre 500 o mil dolares por kilito. ya andas entre 14mil dolares por kilo para ponerlo en un mecardo los angeles. para venderlo, si es que bien lo vendites a 15 o 16 en l.a. ya ser los mueves mas pa norte ay mas ganancias, claro. porque kreas k nadien kiere pagar couta, entonses te ganas entre mil, dos mil dolares por kilito, como un 10 porcento de la inversion que tienes. por mala suerte que ser te caiga en el brinco, poes ya kedates debiendo. Por eso ay poco narcos, grandes. La mayoria son chicos, o gente que prefere compralo en los angeles para lleberlo pa chicago o esas partes, ya que para moverlo desde el sur esta mas amár por el brinco de la frontera. claro si eres una persona, grande con billetes, y tienes la capacidad de moverlo desde sur america, poes ya estas hablando de mas ganancias. pero estamos hablando de los chicos que les cobiene pagar coutas como ustedes desian. A nadien le cobiene, por eso estan las guerras, por eso ay matanzas, porque la gente no pagar. Ya la mayoria de la gente, la que no tiene gran inversion, prefere mejor compralo en el lado americano para moverlo para el norte, donde puedes ganarte 3-5 mil dolares por kilo. y si tienes conectar en canada, ni se diga.

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    asi es Reply:

    Pues si, si tiene logica lo que dices… esta cabrown entonces!.

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    rofl Reply:

    pa crece en el narco esta bien amár, por eso matan tanta gente, la gente pensar que esta facil, pidin fiado unos 10 kilitos, no pueden pagar los matan, o salen truchas y ser los roban. ya la mayoria ya no son negociantes que nomas cruzan y trabajan, puro lacras robando y peliando plazas extorniando gente. esos ni saben que es ser narco, nomas les kedar el dicho. pocos narcos hay que cruzan merca y asen billetes a lo grande. pero si agarras buena linea, y metes una tonelada por semana imaginate son 2 milliones de dolares :P pocos grandes kedan.

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  14. El documental completo ‘El sicario, room 164′
    http://www.la-ch.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6916%3Ael-documental-completo-el-sicario-room-164&catid=56%3Ageneral&Itemid=70

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  15. cayoooo don adan salazar razaaa, al rato los detalles.

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  16. MÉXICO: SEGURIDAD PÚBLICA
    Arraiga PGR a presunto colaborador del cártel de Sinaloa
    Afirma la Procuraduría General de la República en un comunicado que el juez segundo de lo penal solicitó el arraigo por 40 días
    NTX
    México, D.F.- A petición del agente del Ministerio Público de la Federación, el juez 2 federal penal arraigó por 40 días a un presunto colaborador del cártel de Sinaloa, informó la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR).
    En un comunicado, la dependencia señaló que la medida cautelar se aplicó contra Adán Salazar Zamorano o José Socorro Martínez Zamorano, alias ‘’don Adán’’, quien está acusado de los actos ilícitos de delincuencia organizada, contra la salud y lo que resulte.
    La PGR detalló que para cumplir el arraigo, la persona ingresó al Centro de Investigaciones Federales, mientras el fiscal de la Federación recaba más elementos que permitan perfeccionar la indagatoria que se integra en su contra.
    El indiciado fue detenido el 5 de febrero por policías federales, en cumplimiento de una orden de localización y presentación girada por el agente del Ministerio Público de la Federación.
    Esto por encontrarse elementos de prueba que señalan a Salazar Zamorano como proveedor de narcóticos por el grupo delictivo de Joaquín “El Chapo’’ Guzmán der de la célula ‘’Los Salazar’’, aliada del cártel de Sinaloa.

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  17. donde lo agarrarian al wey? aver si no se calienta sonora

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  18. lo pescaron en queretaro… saludos

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  19. Y las fotos mis chavos del mentao Don Adan??

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  20. Don Salazar got busted…………………..and Marcos Paredes and El jabali………………Do i sense Sonora heating up…………………….Maybe Dos Mil making a play

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    move Reply:

    Notice that all these guys got busted in Central Mexico. Why do these guys think they can move around the country like its 1980? I don’t know.

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    rabbit Reply:

    So I guess that this is how someone makes a play for sonosa, by giving up everyone who is in charge of the area now. It all disgusts me. All the old school players getting taken out. But when there is nowhere to run and nowhere to hide, well you get busted in central Mexico. Sucks bad. Government won’t be happy till Sonora is like Juarez. All bullshit!

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    asi es Reply:

    Or maybe all those old school guys are being put in jail for a later movement, meanwhile the army passes the sweeper over.

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    rabbit Reply:

    Sometimes I think that might be the case. But I worry about words like”extradition warrant.” I am waiting to see if someone gets extradited. But you might be right. Because these guys might be locked up, but they are stil in control.

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    talegon Reply:

    pa mi ke es dedo y gente cercana a esta gente…por ejemplo al jabali lo agarraron porke la ex esposa le puso el dedo porke el wey se iva a ir a casar con una hija o sobrina del guero palma y no me sorprenderia ke a salazar y a marco les haya pasado algo parecido….en cuanto a ke sonora se caliente kien sabe….salazar y paredes ahi debe de tener gente ke les controle y en cuanto al jabali pues el nunca fue el jefe

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    rabbit Reply:

    Ok, but who is tryin to control what? I am sure you agree this is not good news.

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    talegon Reply:

    o yea i totally agree this is just too messed up they altering the dam order of things…sonora is one of the states not affected or barely affected compared to other states by this whole drug war because all the players were in palce now who knows wtf is gonna happen but hopefully this people have people under them that can keep things under control

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    rabbit Reply:

    Well, so far so good. Things still look good. All the Paredes people are still holding their own. Hopefully some a hole doesn’t mess things up that will make sonora like juarez.

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  21. Hey, Michel, how much will it cost me to get you to write a good story on Paredes and Salazar? I will put in your pay pal account. Why, cuz I got it like that.

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  22. An excerpt from yet another sicario documentary currently in the works…

    “We’d bring the individual into the hotel room…have them retreat to their knees..we’d been partying for days…no shower, nothing…we’d make them smell our feet for several minutes…most would instantly provide the requested information, some required different tactics…those who played hardball, we’d sit them in front of a televesion set…we’d put in a M*A*S*H DVD…within an hour or two, they’d break…for those tough cases, those who’s wills were stronger than that of reeking feet and horrible ’80′s TV reruns, we’d bring in the heavy artillery…we would typically hire one off the street, one who looked hungry, in need of some nourishment…this wasn’t always a smart move, but these guys were hungry, unforgiving…we’d coat the individuals feet with catnip…we’d bring in one, or two, cats…yes, cats…they’d be licking and licking until the individual could no longer contain his laughter…the tickling was overwhelming…within minutes, our little bird would sing!”

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  23. http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2011/02/10/index.php?section=politica&article=006n1pol

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  24. “Chairs” is a butcher ???? WTF
    http://zetatijuana.com/html/EdicionActual/Principal.html

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    J Reply:

    What does the last section of that story say?

    That Inge gave Chairs power, and Chairs went off the reservation, and complicated things when Sinaloa was offering peace after Teo?

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  25. It says chairs went overboard and tried to take over AFO by himself

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    mario Reply:

    No it doesn’t, it doesnt say he ever tried to take over AFO, he had personal beef with the Sinaloans, caf n sinaloa were at peace until sillas people kidnapped mayos aunt n niece, it had nothing to do with caf, it was personal , so thats when it says supposedly ingeniero cut him off to maintain the peace treaty they had with sinaloa.

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  26. And, Engineer gave him up, to keep things running smooth with Sinaloa? He is on his own now? Those straight translations always confuse me.

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  27. Give it some time, Sonora is heating up
    http://www.eldiariodesonora.com.mx/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13454:cae-mega-arsenal-en-pitiquito-&catid=58:justicia&Itemid=181

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  28. Federal officials in El Paso said on Thursday they will seek the extradition of a top Sinaloa drug cartel leader arrested last weekend in central Mexico with the help U.S. Marshals.

    Adán Salazar Zamorano, 67, is wanted in El Paso on charges of conspiracy to traffic cocaine. The quantity is not known yet.

    Mexico’s Attorney General announced his arrest in Querétaro earlier this week.

    A federal judge in Mexico on Tuesday ordered to detain Salazar for 40 days at the organized-crime division of the attorney general’s office until prosecutors gathered more evidence to charge him.

    The attorney general said Salazar led “Los Salazar,” a powerful cell that directly reports to Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, the alleged leader of the violent Sinaloa drug cartel, which is entangled in a war with the Juárez cartel over lucrative corridors into the U.S in the El Paso area.

    Salazar is suspected of smuggling cocaine into the United States through northwestern Mexico for Guzmán, who is one of the most elusive drug leaders in Mexico, officials said. Salazar’s territory covers the border state of Sonora, across Arizona, to the states of Chihuahua and Durango.

    Although the U.S. government wants to extradite Salazar, it is not clear whether Mexico will grant it or choose to prosecute him.

    But both governments worked together to catch Salazar.

    Robert Almonte, the U.S. Marshal of the Western District of Texas, said marshals worked with Mexican authorities to locate Salazar and arrest him. “The warrant is actually in our possession,” Almonte said.

    Almonte said Salazar is a high-level member of the Sinaloa cartel with “upper-command responsibilities.” The Mexican government does not have Salazar as a wanted criminal.

    Salazar is in the fugitives list of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s El Paso division along with his son, Jesús Alfredo Salazar Ramírez, 37. DEA spokeswoman Diana Apodaca said her agency issued the arrest warrant for Salazar Zamorano, who was indicted in the Western District of Texas. His indictment remains sealed.

    The DEA said Salazar Zamorano is of Chinipas, a town in the southwestern tip of Chihuahua state.

    Salazar Zamorano, also known as “Don Adán,” was based in the state of Chihuahua and traveled in a private jet throughout Mexico. At least two Sinaloa cartel associates have been captured in the past few months.

    High-ranking Sinaloa cartel leader Ignacio Coronel was killed by the Mexican Army on July 29, 2010, in Zapopan, Jalisco, during a shootout. Meanwhile, Guzmán and his closest ally Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada in the Sinaloa drug cartel, remain at large.

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    Jerry Reply:

    67 years old! Why do we even give a crap about this geezer? Let the Mexican prison system pay for his prostate cancer surgery

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  29. What constitutes the label “Cartel”
    Does it seem a group now is undeservingly called a cartel?
    So in the narco-world discussed in these blogs, I propose a challenge. List the attributes that MUST be present for defining a “Cartel”

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    chris Reply:

    Defintion of a cartel, is to make, control,maintain and set a market.

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    vinotinto Reply:

    Yes well that is the definition but apparently not in this context. Seem like any group of thugs is being called a cartel

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  30. valiendo madre agarraron al placas villagrana…..andan c.agando el palo en sonora

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    asi es Reply:

    con quien estaba ese vato talegon?. fue en Santa Ana?.

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  31. estaba con el chapo ese es el jefe del jabali….si fue en santa ana…valio madre aora si se les va poner kbron el asunto por akellos rumbos…ojala ke no agarren al rene

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    asi es Reply:

    Y no dicen muchos que el chapo no le pega al chapo pues!.. cero y van dos importantes entonces!..

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    talegon Reply:

    les estan dando machin a los del chapo pero el pedo eske es puro dedo y de gente cercana a esta gente…al placas tambien le pusieron el dedo

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    Tony Reply:

    se ve que usted sabe mucho de estas cosas…..

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  32. perdon, se que no va con el tema, pero lo tienen que saber.
    magdalena plus santa anna, plus cucurpe, plus san ignacio= Beltran Leyva.s dinasty.
    son tierras controladas por esos dementes.
    el pasadero de droga lo hacen por un ejido que se llama La Cebolla.
    y por lo que escuche la jente esa no quiere a los del SARIC.
    alguien me puede informar sobre saric y cabesillas, gracias

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    talegon Reply:

    el jabali y el placas controlaban el ejido de la cebolla….el jabali tiene un rancho ahi..santana y magdalena siempre la han controlado los villagrana ke siempre han trabajado pal chapo excepto el jabali kien andaba con los beltranes pero luego se cambio de bando…..no eske no kieran ala gente del saric si no ke hay un chingo en saric ke trabajan para el gilo kien esta con los beltranes leyva y es el ke anda cagando el palo por akellos rumbos

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    juanito Reply:

    Como son mitoteros pa empezar los jabalines solo se dedican a tener tiraderos de drogas y asecuestrar gente, el gilo no asoma ni las narices a sasabe por que esta la gente de caborca, el que controla magdalena y santa ana es un tan chile de verde o cara de chile asi como el martin chango, y el gilo no tiene ni pa comer solo quedan como 15 pistoleros por que no tienen ni pa comer y el que los trae de la cola es el negro sabori nomas que les gusta inventar muchas babosadas, lo de los jabalines es pura fama nomas son unos lambehuevos de los salazares y de los sabori

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    talegon Reply:

    no mames chile verde…..y el martin chango se anda muriendo de ambre carnal

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    talegon Reply:

    nomas preguntale al bonchas amezquita como lo trae el martin chango pidiendo 20 dolares pala gasolina

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    kiko Reply:

    pinchi bola de ruinos todos los de santa ana y magdalena, nomas por que andan de tirantes ya se creen capos la bola de ojetes, ven muchas peliculas jajajaja si se le pierde un perico a un tirante ya andan el fosforo y el placas queriendolo matar y esos son los ajustes de cuentas para ellos jajaja

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    talegon Reply:

    jajajajaja eso si puro tirante jodido por akellos rumbos

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    Tony Reply:

    yo quiero jalar como le ago pa contactarme con alguien que deveras mueva jale?

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  33. andale, buen punto. y teniendo practicamente el dominio no solo estatal pero nacional la gente del chapo no toma ese pueblito para su lista tan amplia de ciudades controladas x el… y como resultado ce vio la masacre de los carros con las X`s.. ahora entonces magdalena, santa ana, y cucurpe si estoy en lo correco dices que son tierras controladas x gente del chapo?.. .. otro punto que hay que tomar en cuenta: el GOBIERNO MEXICANO esta atacando/aprendiendo a criminales de un solo bando, y estos son los zetas y/o beltranes. y esto va de la mano con el apoyo de EUA que segun ellos los ZETAS ayudarian a al qaida o algo asi. y mi punto es este, si de terrorismo se habla, los los rivales se pintan solos: decapitados, descuartizados, quemados, DESAPAREIDOS(que nunca encuentran), balaceras de pelicula, y esto va parejo para los dos bandos, LOS DOS..ahora, tanto poder y control para chapo es mucho, por lo que es ayudado o aconsejado por otros medios. No hay torre que por mas alta que sea no caiga, y el chapo no es exepcion. ahora me pongo a pensar: que pasaria en MEXICO si hubiera protestas como las de EGIPTO en toda la nacion??? como responderia el GOBIERNO?.. como responderia el NARCOTRAFICO?… al paso que va es probable que solo el pueblo pueda detener esa gente, y de una manera u otra, JUNTANDOSE EN ARMAS el pueblo ya que las represalias no se haran esperar por el lado del gobierno y el narco..quedara en manos del chapo el narco en mexico, y hasta CUANDO?

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  34. http://www.ocregister.com/news/colon-288205-victim-argument.html

    LMFAO!

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    move Reply:

    Puro Sinaloa
    fook Sinaoa, puro Tamaulipas,
    fook you both Arriva Durango.

    Them is killing words

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    asi es Reply:

    La pinche verguenza!… Pura gente pndeja que solo causa que los gringos nos “quieran” mas!!… Miren que sacar un cuete solo porque el otro dijo que su estado era mas cheengon!… Ponganse a trabajar huevones!!… Estan como los morritos de kinder alegando niñerias..

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  35. Jajajajajaja

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  36. Ahuevo se esta calentando Sonora, decomizo de los 600 kilos de coca hoy, las capturas de sicarios, ..
    oi la gente del r5 y el m100 se creen fuerzas especiales. jaja, payasos, este cargamento de armas y ropa era pa los refuerzos pero ni pedo no les llego a tiempo, los atoro el ejercito
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  37. MEXICO CITY – Two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were shot Tuesday afternoon in the line of duty in Mexico, according to an ICE statement.

    The agents assigned to the ICE Attache office in Mexico City were attacked by unknown assailants while driving between Mexico City and the northern city of Monterrey.

    There were no details on their condition or the precise location of the shooting.

    The Mexican President’s Office and Mexican immigration officials said they had no information on the attack.

    San Luis Potosi state police had a report of shooting on a federal highway leading to Monterrey involving two people, one of whom was airlifted by helicopter to Mexico City, according to Public Safety spokesman Omar Nino.

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    Jose Reply:

    The news reported that one of the agents has died and the other is in serious condition. Wonder what is going to happen between the US and MEX governments?

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    asi es Reply:

    What were they doing in Mexico?.
    Why were they driving such long road instead of flying?.

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