Jesus Daniel Elizondo, in addition to being held accountable for the deaths of 49 people, is also linked to other crimes bloody
MONTERREY, Nuevo Leon, May 20. - Daniel Elizondo Jesus Ramirez, allegedly responsible for killing 49 persons and whose capture was announced today by the Ministry of Defense of Mexico, had more than a year operating as the kingpin of the criminal group Los Zetas Cadereyta area, northern state of Nuevo Leon. Official reports of the Seventh Military Zone also drawn to Elizondo, alias "El Loco", responsible for murdering and dismembering Kendy Cavazos Cavazos and Katia Caballero Castillo, both 24 and Aurora family Cavazos, Secretary of Social Development of Nuevo Leon . The youths were arrested in late September 2011 for "shock in the street" and taken to jail de Allende, a town located about 60 miles south of state capital, Monterrey. Being arrested, communicated by telephone with an Army lieutenant who was the boyfriend of one of them. Police working to Elizondo reported the incident to her boss, who ordered them to hand over the girls. On August 1, Kendy and Katia were found in three boxes Cavazos forsaken the roadside Cadereyta-Allende, along with a message to the military. Following that murder the Army deployed an operation in the town, where in the last two years have seen at least a dozen kidnappings of businessmen and farmers, and although in some cases, ransom was paid the victims were not returned to life. For the August 3rd Army and ministerial agents arrested 14 policemen Allende working with organized crime. Seven of them participated in the delivery of the girls to "El Loco". For the August 25 reported a clash between soldiers and gunmen traveling in a compact car. In the exchange of fire fell two suspected criminals, and because the inside of the car were written the words "Loko", it was believed that one of them could be Elizondo Ramirez. Some media took for granted that "El Loco" had died and so reported. Days later, a message Elizondo in news portals that had announced his death: "I'm still alive , the Loko of the Zetas, buzzing in Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon ...". The morning of May 13 were found the mutilated bodies of 43 men and six women on a truck parked on a highway at the ejido San Juan de Cadereyta. Those responsible left a blanket in which "the Fool, and the Commander Lazcano Z40" claimed responsibility for the crime and warned that the same would happen to their rival cartels Pacific and Gulf, as well as military and police. This Sunday, the Defense Department announced the arrest of Ramirez Elizondo "as a result of a precision operation by Mexican Army troops on the 18th of this month." Confirming some of their other commitments during the campaign, Peña Nieto explained that this seeks to encourage a democratic exercise in which citizens can choose the option that convince you, regardless of distractions. "This is what I'm doing, I do not get distracted on what others say and eventually to their discredit they are doing, mine, that of my party, is a campaign to have proposals and especially wants to be next to people , of good people who hope for a better future and that this option exchange is due, "he said. When you emerge into the final stretch of this campaign, political Atlacomulco, gave a message of outrage, but also of hope. "Mexico does not turn its back on the problems, but look at them front and facing them, the resolve and the country will not accept that millions of Mexicans live in poverty, I am outraged that so many compatriots have nothing to wear to the table, "he said.
Zetas can't spin this one.... Maybe they will post a couple more banners....
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Who wouldn't be confused?
I agree this whole massacre continually had our heads spinning from the very beginning which it was supposed to do as far as the narcos were concerned. Then it circled around a bunch of times.
But you don't expect the SEDENA to get it so wrong with the arrest of the CDG 8 for a massacre they didn't commit! Ah, I don't think but people take the fall all the time.
I never thought they had it right with them.
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Just wondering? What makes them think they got the right jerks, anyway? Did they admit it? Any pictures? How badly did they beat them? Did they mention other accomplices? Where'd they put the heads? And did they mention who the 49 are and where they got them? I had to work all day, so I'm trying to catch up. If they are the right murderers, they should put them out of their misery. Death Penalty enacted at least as a temporary measure would help in Mexico especially for those who participate in mass homicides.
Here is Chivis' article this morning beating AP to the punch
This is what AP is saying now. It answers the question if he was instructed to drop the bodies in the center of Cadereyta why drop them in San Juan? He was nervous. Gee, small wonder.
Mexico Arrests 'El Loco' for Role in Beheading and Mutilation of 49 Victims
Published May 21, 2012
MEXICO CITY – The Mexican army has arrested a Zetas drug cartel member for allegedly dumping 49 mutilated bodies in a northern Mexico town square last week in a deed that was ordered by the hyper-violent drug cartels top leaders.
According to authorities, the leaders ordered their minion, Daniel Jesus Elizondo Ramírez, to dump the bodies and then hang banners around the country denying responsibility.
The announcement came at a news conference Monday to present suspect Elizondo Ramírez, who allegedly got orders from Zetas leaders Miguel-Angel Trevino Morales and Heriberto Lazcano to dump the bodies in the town square of Cadereyta, in the border state of Nuevo Leon.
Brig. Gen. Edgar Luis Villegas said that Elizondo Ramírez, despite his nickname of "El Loco," or the Crazy One, apparently get nervous about dumping the hacked-up bodies in town and dumped them on a highway outside of Cadereyta instead. The bodies with their heads, hands and feet hacked off were found May 13.
A video posted later on a Mexican web site that covers drug crimes showed gunmen in the dark dumping the bodies, and unfurling a banner claiming responsibility for the killings signed by the Zetas, who are locked in a battle with the rival Gulf and Sinaloa cartels. Villegas said another suspect who is still at large had made that videotape.
In following days, banners appeared hanging from freeway overpasses in northern San Luis Potosi and other states denying the Zetas were responsible.
Villegas said the denials were part of a Zetas strategy to "cause confusion among authorities and the public."
Elizondo Ramírez tried to escape arrest Friday by tossing a hand grenade at troops before they captured him in a suburb of the northern city of Monterrey, Villegas said. He is now being held under a form of house arrest while prosecutors build their case against him.
Villegas said Elizondo Ramírez had acknowledged accompanying Zetas second-in-command Miguel-Angel Trevino Morales to Guatemala in 2008 to assassinate a rival drug capo, Juan Jose "Juancho" Leon, who was killed in 2008 in an ambush.
The Zetas have expanded their territory in recent years into neighboring Guatemala.
RECAP RECENT EPISODES OF DRUG VIOLENCE
May 9: Police find 18 dismembered bodies close to Mexico's second-largest city, Guadalajara.
May 5: The bodies of 23 people are found hanging from a bridge or decapitated and dumped near city hall in the border city of Nuevo Laredo.
April 17: Police find the mutilated bodies of 14 men in a minivan abandoned in downtown Nuevo Laredo, along with a message from an undisclosed drug gang.
April 12: The tortured and bound bodies of seven men are dumped in the Pacific port city of Lazaro Cardenas along with messages signed by allies of the Sinaloa drug cartel.
March 18: Gunmen ambush and kill 12 police officers who had been sent to Guerrero state to search for the bodies of 10 people whose severed heads were found earlier.
Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2012/05/21/mexican-army-zetas-leaders-ordered-killing-4/#ixzz1vX80GOfQ
so this was a double bluff.this loco sounds like an idiot,being declared dead then putting a banner up to say im not dead what a clown.he must be the brains of the outfit
Yeah forward thinking and philosophy usually arent on the resume of cartel enforcers..
still find this alllll abit much to simply send a msg. its been said before that z40 went to guatemala and with the help of horst overdick (yes overdick is his name) they took out one of the capos of the leon family i think it was with some kind of scorched earth policy.. obliterated him and his men.
i know that mexico is bearing the brunt of this fight but cocoa only grows in a very small part of mexico if at all right?
They want to stop it they need to cut off the money at the other end,not kill foot soldiers who get paid in a week what i spend on food for lunch. bolivia,peru,equador,venezuala and on and on..... maybe 20 years ago they coulda stopped all this had they torched in entire andes *imagine that* but now with the rise of synthetic narcotics like ice that can be made with simple ingredients like monomethylamine from china and phosphoric acid from a hardware store and a few other things like aluminium foil you can make 44gallon drum of methlymine into ice with a basic knowledge of chemisty. http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/methylamine.html <-- cant remember whats the right one but the chinese govt dont give a shit they wont stop it,theres hundreds of companies ready to pickup the slack if one goes down.. this problem is BIGGER than all the cartels combined,people on the ground are just the pawns to be played with, the moneys what greases the gears and this engine doesnt look like its running out of fuel *fuel being political rhetoric* ahhh im already going around in circles... this shits never gonna end sad to say,its just a war with ever changing fronts.............. =\
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