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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Mexican Cartels in US, Pimping by Cell Phone

A Mexican Sinaloa cartel bodyguard living in Denver, Colorado plead guilty to murdering a fellow member of the same transnational criminal organization, according to an FBI press release obtained by Breitbart Texas. The guilty plea came in a federal court in El Paso, Texas. The cartel killer is a Mexican citizen.
The Sinaloa cartel's Rigoberto Ruiz-Alatorre, age 32, admitted in federal court that he was a drug trafficker and bodyguard for the Sinaloa cartel. He also admitted to trafficking narcotics in West Texas and New Mexico—and to murdering a resident of New Mexico for reportedly communicating with law enforcement officers. The New Mexico resident was also described by U.S. authorities as a Sinaloa cartel member.

from BreitbartTexas
Alleged enforcers for a Mexican cartel were reportedly involved in the kidnapping and torture of U.S. teenagers over methamphetamine in St. Paul, Minnesota, according to the local St. Paul Pioneer Press. The U.S. Attorney’s office omitted Mexican cartel involvement in their official press release on the case.
The official press release from the DOJ agency described the horrid alleged crimes and wrote:
On April 14, 2014, defendants Ramirez and Alvarez flew from Los Angeles, California to Minnesota in response to a report that approximately 30 pounds of methamphetamine had been stolen from the stash house two days earlier. On the evening of April 14, the four defendants kidnapped two victims at gunpoint and held them captive against their will at the stash house. The defendants bound and beat the victims and made violent threats against their lives and the lives of their family members, while demanding information about the missing methamphetamine. According to the indictment, Villalvazo cut one of the victim’s fingers, nearly severing it, while Ramirez held the victim down.

From the leftist Daily Beast:
The Twin Pimps Who Just Needed a Smartphone to Do Business
Convicted of trafficking in 2010, Tyrelle and Myrelle Lockett, 21, are in jail again, accused of luring girls on social media—part of a new generation taking pimping completely digital.
Tyrelle Lockett and his twin brother, Myrelle Lockett, were just 17 years old when they became the first individuals charged under a 2010 Illinois statute against human trafficking.

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