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Juarez Cartel Traffickers: Amado Carrillo Fuentes, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno, Rafael Caro Quintero by Books LLCChapters: Amado Carrillo Fuentes, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno, Rafael Caro Quintero, Miguel Caro Quintero, Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, Pablo Acosta Villarreal, Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, La Linea. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 36. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Amado Carrillo (December 17, 1956 July 3, 1997), Born in Guamuchilito, Sinaloa, Carrillo was a Mexican drug lord and boss of the Juarez Cartel. He became known as El Senor de Los Cielos (Lord of the Skies) because of the large fleet of jets he used to transport drugs. He was also known for laundering over US$20 million via Colombia to finance his huge fleet of planes. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration described Carrillo as the most powerful drug trafficker of his era. He died in a Mexican hospital after undergoing extensive plastic surgery to change his appearance. In his final days Carrillo was being tracked by Mexican and U.S. authorities. Carrillo was born to Vicente Carrillo and Aurora Fuentes in Guamuchilito, Sinaloa. He was the first of six sons: Amado, Cipriano, Vicente, Jose Cruz, Alberto, and Rodolfo. He also had five sisters: Maria Luisa, Berthila, Flor, Alicia and Aurora. These children were the nieces and nephews of Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, a/k/a Don Neto, the Guadalajara Cartel leader. Amado got his start in the drug business under the tutelage of his uncle Ernesto. Amado later brought in his brothers and eventually his son Vicente Jose Carrillo Leyva. Carrillos father, Vicente Carrilo Vega, died in April 1986; his brother, Cipriano Carillo Fuentes, died in 1989 under mysterious circumstances. On September 11, 2004, rivals of the Juarez Cartel killed brother Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes El Nino de Oro and his wife Giovanna Quevedo Gastelum. On October 28, 2008, Jose Cr...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=187435
The son of 'El Chapo' Guzman's shadowy business partner just busted out of prison
I tell you what his drug dealing gang is dead 6 months later Chapo who? Drug dealers come and go the best drug dealers are the low key ones not the show offs , showing off just brings haters. He would agree, a broke bum put on what he thought would impress the young man a pair of ostrich honey colored shoes and a matching belt. He was asked not to wear that shit again. Then we grabbed ice cream from la Michoacana When every one else takes you for granted with their hands out as you owed them something, everything he counseled manifested to the T during the last 6years. When my own homie tried to have me smoked , he had my back ,when I was in a walker my cousin slapped my face for standing up for the weak, then a cab showed up and departed my cousin fro there.
Mexican National Security Commissioner Renato Sales said the anti-drug squad of the country's federal-police force captured Monzon, 45, and that he "is likely responsible for coordinating a drug distribution network" and "is also likely responsible for administering financial resources of a criminal organization. Sales also said that Monzon was accused of generating violence in the border cities of Mexicali and Tijuana, the latter of which is ground zero for an ongoing clash between the Sinaloa cartel and the ascendant Jalisco New Generation cartel. With his capture, of those suspects have been arrested. The arrest of Monzon, who was detained along with his body guard , comes nearly a year after the apprehension of Mauricio Sanchez Garza , a key Sinaloa cartel figure who is accused of laundering money on behalf of Juan Jose "El Azul" Esparragoza Moreno. Sanchez Garza was extradited to the US last summer. El Daily Post. Moreno has been jailed three times for drug-related offenses, the first time in , followed by a short stint in the early s.
Moreno, known as El Azul, is believed to be a major player in the cartel but has remained out of the public view. Rumors have recently emerged that he died of a heart attack in Monzon reportedly broke out with four other high-danger prisoners , and all of them are believed to be connected to the Sinaloa cartel. According to Sinaloa-based newspaper Rio Doce, the alarm was sounded at p. Two hours later, a search operation began around the prison but did not locate Monzon or his fellow escapees.
El Chapo wants extradition to US after Mexican guards deny sleep, says lawyer
A balmy southern California afternoon, tourists and locals mingling in the coffee shop, and at first glance there was little to distinguish the year-old American from other regulars. Dressed casually in a black and white dress with black leggings and boots, she sipped her coffee and talked about work, kids and the importance of staying in touch with family. Her small chain of carwashes, beauty salons and cafes was going well, she said. Very well, judging by the Rolex on her wrist, the Louis Vuitton bag at her feet and the Mercedes Benz parked outside. There was another hint of a life less ordinary. The magazine said you could count all the millions my old man supposedly had.
He is said to be "so dark that his skin appears to be blue". The Guadalajara Cartel took advantage of this opportunity and began supplying cocaine for the Colombian groups through the U. S-Mexico border. At the same time, the cartel enjoyed a level of protection through the DFS police agency; several of its members were involved in organized crime directly by actively participating in murder and drug trafficking on the cartel's behalf. In November , Camarena directed Mexican authorities to a acres 0. The raid resulted in a major financial blow for the Guadalajara Cartel, and its leaders vowed to retaliate against those responsible for directing the Mexican government to the location. Consulate in Guadalajara.