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An Interesting Suicide Attempt

November 11th, 2008

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There was a very ... interesting suicide attempt last night in State Prison Two, in Nogales, Sonora. I'm still working on the details but preliminary information suggests this Castro/Enriquez figure arrested last week. Hubo un intento de suicido muy interesante en el CERESO Dos de Nogales, Sonora, anoche. No la tengo confirmado todavía per se sugiere que fue el Hugo Castro/Wilfrido Enriquez personaje quien fue detenido la semana pasada. Ando confirmando unos datos mas pero si quieren soltar algo ... pues, aqui estamos a sus ordenes.


¿Y El 11?

November 8th, 2008

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El hombre acusado del asesinato del Director de Seguridad Publica de Sonora, Juan Manuel Pavón Felix, fue detenido el lunes por la noche. Esposado y arraigado, se lo llevaron para el Distrito Federal donde va desaparecer en la obscuridad de la sistéma judicíal Mexicana.

Mientras, su caso en Nogales se anda desapareciendo en confusíon entre las agencias de inteligencia en ambos lados de la frontera. Quien es El 11? O tal vez la pregunta sería, quien es este 11?

Pregunto, por que para mi, el 11 original es Wilfrido Enriquez Parra:



A Numbers Game?

November 8th, 2008
THE BORDER REPORT The man accused of killing Sonora State Police Director Juan Manuel Pavón Felix was arrested Monday after a furious three hour gunbattle in Nogales, Sonora. He surrendered in the posh Colonia Kennedy, was quickly taken into custody and flown to Mexico City, disappearing into the obscurity of the Mexican judicial system. Meanwhile, his case is disappearing into mass confusion among the border intelligence agencies and I've been questioning whether the guy they have in custody is really El 11. This is the original El 11, Wilfrido Enriquez Parra:

And this is who the police identify as El 11:

Now, let's be clear here, nobody is saying Wilfrido is in custody; rather, the Sonoran state police say Hugo David Castro y Castro is "El 11." He's also identified as Jesus Beltrán. I contend there's only one 11, and that's Wilfrido Enriquez Parra; the only remaining brother of the Beltrán Leyva's Sonoran strong-arm, Los Güeritos. The black and white mugshot comes from Wilfrido's Laser visa; it's a bit dated, about three years old. I suppose if I squint my eyes and use my imagination, it may be the same guy, but I really don't think so. The other clue is the gun. Each of the brothers, Raul, Daniel Irene, Idelfonso and Wilfrido had a gold and silver-encrusted automatic like the one below, engraved with their corresponding number, 9, 7, 10, 11 (I don't know what happened to 8 unless that's the sister). We shall see, but for the moment, I suspect Wilfrido is very much still free and in charge. -- Michel Marizco


Confession or Political Attack?

October 27th, 2008

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