Drug cartel arrested in Chicago BIG operation mega millions of dollars shipped to Mex

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    Probe of Mexican Zetas leads to Chicago arrests

    http://news.yahoo.com/probe-mexican-zetas-leads-chicago-arrests-024843112.html

    Wednesday, November 16, 2011

    Chicago, Illinois – In my opinion. “Federal agents have arrested 13 people as part of a probe into the alleged multimillion-dollar shipments of drug money between the Chicago area and Mexico’s brutal Zetas cartel, authorities said Wednesday. The Feds confiscated $480,000 cash and two kilograms of cocaine.”

    “The FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration arrested 12 people Tuesday in Chicago and another during a simultaneous raid in Laredo, Texas, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney's office. Five people of the 20 total indicted in the probe remain at large, another was already in custody and one is hospitalized.”

    The feds said that “The influence of Mexican criminal organizations in the wholesale Chicago drug market is apparent." (DUH, they’re just finding this out??? That’s what happens when the government ties the hands of the law enforcement! Everyone seems to be aware of the problems long before the law is allowed to act.)

    Of those indicted there were 5 people with direct connections to the vicious Zeta Drug Cartel in Mexico. These are some very bad hombres!

    The 5 men who are linked to the Zeta drug cartel are:

    3 - who were arrested:

    (The little fish) Miguel Arredondo, Vicente Casares, who were truck drivers and Juan Aguirre, occupation unknown. (He was probably a grunt & a thug.)

    2 - that got away:

    1. A big fish that avoided arrest was Zeta associated King Pin, Eduardo Trevino. He was the CEO of the operations so to speak. He handled the dope money shipped to Mexico from Chicago and from other U.S. major cities to be delivered to Texas. Then from Texas the cash was transported across the border into Mexico.

    It’s believed that Eduardo Trevino is hiding and living in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Authorities say that Trevino will probably be killed before he’s capture. (He’s one bad dude and we want to get him.)

    2. The other big fish avoiding capture is Salvador Estrada he “is accused in an indictment of packaging millions of dollars in cash to be driven south by truck drivers.” (Take’em down Dan-O.)


    Zeta Drug Cartel Info:


    The brutal Zeta drug cartel is in rival with the Sinaloa drug cartel as being the worst, biggest and most ruthless Amigos and Amiga’s in Mexico.

    There are only about 500 Zeta cartel members. That goes to show you what a small group of people can do with Para-military training and military grade weapons and a blood thirsty appetite.

    The two cartels have practically taken over Mexico and are now setting up shop here in the United States nationwide. This is something the corrupt American politicians want to happen in order to destroy middle class America, their own people! (For the love of God we have to stop them both!!) It’s been known for years that Open Borders would lead to this and now it’s coming to fruition.

    In Mexico, “The Zetas, formed by former members of an elite Mexican army unit, are believed to have been behind some of the most ruthless violence in a drug war that's claimed an estimated 35,000 to 40,000 lives.”
     
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    Meanwhile US bank launders 373 Billion in drug money. Pays just 160 million dollar fine:
    How a big US bank laundered billions from Mexico's murderous drug gangs | World news | The Observer
    If I did that shit I'd be in jail for the rest of my life.

    You see why powerful people want drugs kept illegal?
     
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    Reports indicate that while the Zetas were initially comprised of members of the Mexican military’s Special Forces, they now include Federal, State, and local law enforcement personnel as well as civilians. Moreover, according to U.S. intelligence officials, Zetas are recruiting former Guatelmalan Special Forces military personnel know as Kaibiles and members of the notorious cross-border gangs known as Maras, including the violent Mara Salvatruchas (MS13).

    The cartels’ methods of torture and killing are particularly brutal. On September 6, 2006, masked gunmen entered a nightclub in the Michoacan, fired guns in the air and rolled five severed human heads onto the dance floor. The gunmen left a sign among the severed heads that read: “The family doesn’t kill for money. It doesn’t kill women. It doesn’t kill innocent people, only those who deserve to die. Know that this is divine justice."

    According to Federal law enforcement officials; this hideous act was a revenge killing between warring gangs. Decapitations are becoming quite common in many areas in Mexico where cartels and gangs battle for control over lucrative smuggling corridors to the United States. Heads are publicly displayed for the purpose of intimidation. ( LINK don't look if you don't like the site of blood.)

    Another brutal means of torture and death is called “guisoe.” This practice involves putting a person into a 55 gallon drum, usually dead, but not always, and pouring various flammable liquids over the body and lighting it on fire. A variation on this method is to place a burning tire around the neck of an individual, burning the victim alive. The remains are dumped on roadsides as a message to others who would consider crossing the cartels. The ruthless methods employed by these cartels to torture and kill their competitors are no different than the techniques used by Al Qa'ida and other terrorist organizations. This level of brutality is particulary troubling as the cartels are executing these vicious murders a mere stones-throw from U.S. soil.

    House Committee on Homeland Security Report
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    http://www.house.gov/sites/members/tx10_mccaul/pdf/Investigaions-Border-Report.pdf
     
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