Nephew of Cochiloco, El Mike, Killed in Guadalajara and a little background on "Cochiloco"

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Nephew of Cochiloco, El Mike, Killed in Guadalajara and a little background on "Cochiloco"

Havana


After being attacked by at least three individuals, one man was killed and his passenger was barely scratched.

The attacked happened at the intersection of Violeta streets and Luis Verdía, in neighborhood of San Carlos, Guadalajara.

They were traveling in a luxurious SUV GMC Acadia a recent model when the driver sustained 14 bullets while the woman received a wound to her foot. the Municipal police of Guadalajara arrived and paramedics from the Green Cross.

Authorities identified the woman as María de Jesús Enríquez Regil, de 24 años, while the man turned out to be Miguel Ángel Zazueta Ontiveros, alias "El Mike", de 35 años who was known as a ex-leader of the Puente Grande jail. Going back El Mike served 15 years for the crimes of kidnapping, organized crime and possessing weapons for exclusive use of the army.

Including, May 7, 2010, months before his released Ministry of Public Security of Jalisco (SSPEJ) in conjunction with the 15th Military Zone conducted a raid inside the Puente Grande, specifically in El Mikes's room.

Subsequently disclosed that two guns were found 9 mm caliber, an assault rifle AR-15 and a half kilo of cocaine, 76 cell phones, two laptops and 14 magazines for different weapons, as well as hundreds of rounds useful for various calibers.

According to information from state authorities, "El Mike" was the nephew of the late drug trafficker known as "El Cochiloco", whose time of "glory" was in the 80s.

A little background on  El Mike's Uncle El Cochiloco for anyone interested

the bloody and mangled body of Manuel Salcido Uzueta graces the cover of a Guadalajara crime tabloid magazine after his assasination on October 9, 1991. The headline reads: "The Mafia does not forgive: El Cochiloco is massacred !"

"El Cochiloco" died a 42 year old Sinaloan from the village of San Juan, and boss of the Guadalajara Cartel. Lord of the Mazatlan and Guadalajara underworld and king of the drug trade.

Manuel Salcido Uzueta was born in the village of San Juan, Sinaloa in the 40's. As a child his mother nicknamed him "Cochi Loco", Sinaloan slang for "Crazy Pig" because he often ran around hyperactive like a mad piglet.

He began selling marijuana then quickly ascended to pistolero for local mafiosos then through friendships forged with fellow Sinaloans, he became a top capo. He worked alongside famous drug barons as Miguel Felix, Rafael Caro Quintero and Ernesto Fonseca. He became a top lieutenant of the Guadalajara Cartel in the 70's and 80s' and established himself in the resort city of Mazatlan.

There among the tourists and shady palm trees of Mazatlan he owned hotels, restaurants, movie theaters and night clubs. In Guadalajara he owned several Sinaloa style seafood restaurants, factories, hotels and car dealerships. He was a fair man to his friends but brutal to his enemies or anyone who crossed him. Bloodthirsty and ruthless was he, true to his nickname of "Crazy Pig".

One time, one of Salcido's pistoleros failed to do a job. Facing down the barrel of Salcidos gun, he managed to crack one last joke before being blasted. He told Salcido "Boss, just slap me one or twice and ill learn. It will never happen again".

The pistolero was lucky. Salcido cracked a smile and lowered his gun. He spared his pistoleros life.

In 1991, a boat moored at the port of Manzanillo, Colima was raided by the federales. The boat, the Chimborazo had come from Colombia and was destined for Long Beach, California. The federales found 3 tons of cocaine on the boat.

The owners of the boat in Colombia were irate. They were the Medellin Cartel. Another thing. The boat was carrying EIGHT tons of cocaine not three. Where had the other five tons gone? The blame was placed on Manuel Salcido Uzueta. Colima was his turf. He had to answer to the Chimborazo fiasco.

On October 9, 1991, during one of his weekly trips to Guadalajara from Coquimatlan, he was riding his white Ram Charger. His sidekick and driver, a Judicial Police officer named Obeso drove and his 20 year old daughter Monica was also riding in the truck.

At a red stop light on Avenida Obsidiana in the posh Residencial Victoria section of Guadalajara two cars, a Buick Century and a Mercury Topaz intercepted them, blocking their path Two men riding on motorcycles also rode up to Salcidos truck. Eight men descended from the bikes and cars, and pointed their AK-47's, AR-15s and Galil assault rifles at the vehicle.

Salcido, knowing what was about to happen, took out a hand grenade and attempted one last time to fend of the hitmen. He didnt get to pull the pin and toss it at them.

The eight men unleashed a fusilade of bullets at Salcido and his truck. Manuel Salcido Uzueta "El Cochiloco" was shot 85 times. His daughter was shot 15 times but managed to live. Obeso's body received 30 hits.

Thats how the criminal career of mysterious engineer from Coquimatlan ended. Pedro Orozco died ripped apart in a hail of bullets on a Guadalajara street.

And the people of Coquimatlan were shocked to learn their mysterious benefactor, neighbor and friend was none other than the ruthless and feared "Cochiloco".

Manuel Salcido Uzeta was buried in a crypt in his native San Juan with his guns, AK-47, favorite cowboy boots and jewelry in a funeral attended by most of Sinaloa's top capos.


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Re: Nephew of Cochiloco, El Mike, Killed in Guadalajara and a little background on "Cochiloco"

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Subsequently disclosed that two guns were found 9 mm caliber, an assault rifle AR-15 and a half kilo of cocaine, 76 cell phones, two laptops and 14 magazines for different weapons, as well as hundreds of rounds useful for various calibers.


Geeez... they didn't find any prostitutes... Is there anything you can't get in a mexican prison?
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Re: Nephew of Cochiloco, El Mike, Killed in Guadalajara and a little background on "Cochiloco"

Baggy
In reply to this post by Havana
http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/cat-caught-smuggling-prison-escape-tools-brazil-materials-18149267

I wonder if THAT is how they get all the stuff inside the prisons in mexico?? lol tempted to give that cat his own thread... actually i think he/she needs its own Tv series. prisonpussy break etc...
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Re: Nephew of Cochiloco, El Mike, Killed in Guadalajara and a little background on "Cochiloco"

Havana
Hey Baggy!I saw that last week! Smart cooperative cat. They must have threatened him with killing  his family. I felt bad about the duct tape pulling his hair off when they took the load off him.