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Mexico Extradites Drug Cartel Boss to U.S.

November 17, 2015  | 

Mexico has extradited top drug trafficker Cesar Gastelum Serrano to the United States, where he is accused of running a network that smuggles tons of cocaine into the U.S. via Central America, authorities said Sunday, reports the AFP.

Gastelum, who is linked to Mexico's powerful Sinaloa cartel, was arrested in April in the Mexican resort of Cancun.

He was handed over to American authorities at an airport outside Mexico City along with another man wanted on US federal drug charges, Alejandro Rubio Perez, prosecutors said in a statement.

Gastelum, 47, was placed on the U.S. list of drug kingpins last year.


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kevCopAz @ 11/17/2015 5:09 PM

geez what a concept, Mexican LEOs co-operating with US LEOs! Bit too loot too late I would say. They should have done this with Chapo. We all know that Mexico is a sewer of corruption and can never be trusted as a legitimate LEO partnership, never has been and never will be. We should cut off all funding, fence the border off and let them stew in their own corrupt mess..

Anzahl Jedan @ 11/19/2015 12:40 AM

Who cares, seriously who cares? Let's get the real criminals prosecuted the one's who ran Operation Fast and Furious, that was conveniently swept under the rug by that Jackass ruining I mean running this country.
Over 1.2 Million Personal Vehicles cross over the San Ysidro Border alone on a monthly bases, with less than 10% of those vehicles getting inspected. So hypothetically you could load every vehicle with dope and over 900K of them will make it into the US and onto our streets every single month of the year. That is just one border crossing and there are 47 of them throughout Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas and they call it a war so we they need more funding, we are the only country that rewards failure. We have spent over a trillion dollars to help protect Americans from themselves, the end drug user. End it already!

Mikhail @ 12/2/2015 11:58 AM

Wow, Anzahl Jedan.......good post. You are right. If our military were that effective, we would never declare war on anyone.....not even Haiti.

On the other hand, let's not forget the real criminals in those "failed' Jewish banks on Wall Street and their corporations bought with that special tribal financing deal from the, also Jewish owned....and criminal, Federal Reserve (the very folks that bring 1920s & 30s Germany style hyperinflation to America today).

They not only profit from the money laundering and the corporate/private prisons......but they created the situation by bankrupting our America economy with their centuries old real estate bubble-bust con job........and shipped American jobs & industry to China for more corporate profits.

They also sold worthless derivatives to America's pension funds KNOWING THEY WERE WORTHLESS ALL ALONG....thus creating the situation that makes drug dealing so attractive now.

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