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3 Texas Mexican Mafia Chiefs Get Life

August 05, 2010  | 

Three high-ranking members of the Texas Mexican Mafia implicated in the brutal slayings of 24 men each were sentenced to life in prison Wednesday in San Antonio.

During the brief hearing, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia recommended that former gang general Jacinto “Cache” Navajar and lieutenants Jose “Bam Bam” Martinez and Mike “Mikio” Garcia be sent to a super-maximum security facility in Colorado known as the “Alcatraz of the Rockies.”

It's the same prison where Unambomber Ted Kaczynski, attempted “shoe bomber” Richard Reid and executed Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh have been held.

The three will never be eligible for parole, prosecutors said.

Read Full Story at MySanAntonio.com


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