A Unitary Court handed down a sentence of Jesus Peña González, 20 , appointed as security chief Ismael May Zambada and one of the founders of the cell Los Antrax and overturned the acquittal that had been issued by a District Judge.
The Compa Peña had obtained acquittals from the Third District Judge but the Attorney General's Office appealed the ruling.
Third Unitary Tribunal granted an order of rearrest and found him criminally responsible for the crimes against health in their mode of possession of cocaine and marijuana and carrying a firearm and possession of firearms cartridges for exclusive use.
The judge sentenced him to 13 years eight months in prison and a fine of 14 thousand 348 pesos with 25 cents and denied the benefits of probation.
Peña González was arrested in February 2014 in the fractionation Villa del Real, in this city and held at the Federal Center for Social Rehabilitation No. 3 Noreste, in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.
Last April, he was transferred to the Center for the Execution of Legal Consequences of Crime of Culiacan, where he currently.
The PGR said he was responsible for the safety of Zambada Garcia and created the cell Los Antrax .
Re: "El 20" Security Chief for Ismael Mayo Zambada, sentenced 13 years in prison
13 years? Wasn't there a ton of coke there with him too disguised as pepinos? And only 13yrs? I don't believe that, Mex gives you a life sentence just for a dime bag of dope, now this guy getting 13yrs sounds very fishy.
Was he really the creator of Los Antrax? A flamboyant group and he's the creator? Nah, for reals?
" Es más chíngon el chapó que el gobierno mexicano"