Skip to comments.Los Zetas ya están en Los Ángeles [Google transltion]
Posted on 07/19/2010 7:25:47 AM PDT by BenLurkin
One of the most violent criminal organizations in Mexico has set up camp in Los Angeles.
From here controls the distribution of the drug to other parts of the country and, as an informant, who began to recruit out of California prisons to become assassins.
This is the formidable organization of the Zetas, a group of Mexican army deserters in the late 90's became the armed wing of the Gulf Cartel and then consolidated as a group of assassins that has fought wars against different mafia organizations in Mexico and has partnered with some of them.
Los Zetas began his foray into the United States through Texas, but now have extended their criminal network in California.
The head of the Narcotics Division of the Police Department of Los Angeles (LAPD), Lieutenant Alvin Jackson, recognizes him: "Here in the city are operating Sinaloa cartels, the Gulf and Los Zetas."
"They are operating at average level and street level," he says in an interview with La Opinión and his team of agents.
"Agencies (drug) working in Los Angeles with seven cartels are fighting over Mexico, two of which we have detected, Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel, working in the area distribution for the San Fernando Valley, Westside, Central and South Central, "the police chief.
Other cartels operating in the area is that of the Arellano Felix Beltran Leyva, Sinaloa, La Familia and the Carrillo Fuentes.
Since 2006, the cartel of Sinaloa, whose main drug lords in Mexico are Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada and Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, had taken over the California territory (moving to the Arellano Felix) to distribute drugs to all States United States...
(Excerpt) Read more at impre.com ...
Just how many of our politicians are on the take from these drug cartels?
Next up will be car bombs, assassinations and beheadings, pushing the 0bama regime to press ever harder for “comprehensive immigration reform.”
“Just how many of our politicians are on the take from these drug cartels?”
Most of them are in the bag for the Mexicans one way or another. Maybe all of them.
These are the folks who are in a war with their former employers, the Gulf Drug Cartel. Yesterday they mowed down 17 people at a party in northern Mexico. That was likely in retaliation for the car bombing a few days before on the Mexico-US border.
This is a full blown Narco-terrorist war. And did ANYONE really expect this to STAY south of the border? Especially with the border virtually UNGUARDED and open, and tens of thousands of illegals, drug mules, runners and enforcers coming over every month?! This war is ALREADY being fought in our streets on a small scale. It’s only a matter of time before such events — car bombs, mass shootings, assassinations — start happening in Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, California... Arizona recognizes it, and is TRYING to do something about it. The Feds WANT IT TO HAPPEN. It justifies their ultimate plans and designs. The Governments of Texas, New Mexico and California are either clueless, scared or IN ON IT with the Feds and one side or the other in the Mexican Narco-terrorist war. Only the People are beginning to get a clue. So — what’s the next move? I suppose that’s up to the people....
“And did ANYONE really expect this to STAY south of the border?”
I’ll take that a bit further. I would say the cartels own a lot of government positions and that is why the border stays liquid.
Went to the original article and couldn’t find the “Press 1 for English Press 2 for Spanish” option. Go figure.
Medical heroin is legal in California, isn’t it?
She must have snuck in over the US-Wales border.
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Well if there is child porn in Mexico to be had, then I would say we’re in serious trouble.
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