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Friday, 26 August 2011

Chinese monks face murder charges over 'fire protest' death of 16-year-old

Authorities in south-western China will charge three Buddhist monks with murder over the death of a monk who set himself on fire in an alleged protest against Chinese government policies, China's official Xinhua news agency has reported.

Two of the monks, Tsering Tenzin and Tenchum, are accused of plotting, instigating, and assisting in the self-immolation of 16-year-old Rigzin Phuntsog on 16 March.

A third, Drongdru, is accused of moving and hiding the injured monk and preventing him from receiving emergency treatment for 11 hours, leading to his death, Xinhua said in a brief report.

The two-day trial will be held on Monday and Tuesday, the news agency said, citing a statement from the Maerkang County people's court, in Sichuan province.

The monastery at which the incident happened – Ngaba Kirti, also in Sichuan province – is being tightly guarded by security forces. The circumstances surrounding the monk's death remain unclear.

In June, China rejected pressure from a UN human rights panel to provide information about more than 300 of Kirti's monks whose whereabouts it said remained unknown since a raid on the monastery in April.

The Foreign Ministry said only that monks were undergoing "legal education" – a reference to compulsory political lectures on the basics of the Chinese constitution, criminal law and rules and regulations on religious affairs.

Tibetan monks are often loyal to the Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled Buddhist leader, who is reviled by Beijing.

As custodians of Tibet's Buddhist culture, they tend to be especially concerned about China's tight controls over monasteries, which take time away from religious study and practice.


Chechen man has been arrested in Moscow over the murder of Yuri Budanov, the former Russian colonel jailed for a notorious murder in Chechnya.

Magomed Suleymanov, 41, was arrested on suspicion of aggravated murder and illegal possession of a weapon, a court spokeswoman told Russian media.

Budanov's killing by a gunman in Moscow on 10 June shocked Russia.

He had left prison two years earlier after serving most of his sentence for the murder of a Chechen teenager.

Convicted of kidnapping and strangling Elza Kungayeva, whom he claimed was a sniper, he was one of the few Russian army officers prosecuted over abuses committed during Russia's two campaigns against Chechen separatist rebels.

The young woman's murder provoked outrage in Chechnya, where many civilians died at the hands of Russian forces and pro-Moscow militia during the long war against rebels.

Budanov's own assassination, in daylight beside a children's playground, caused revulsion in Russia.

CCTV posted by Russian media apparently shows the gunman following Budanov just before the shooting, as well as the gunman and an accomplice later abandoning their getaway car.

'Eight shots'
Investigators believe Mr Suleymanov plotted the shooting with persons unknown on 2 April this year, court spokeswoman Olga Sutyapova told the Russian court news website Rapsi.

They say the alleged plotters worked out a plan to establish Budanov's daily pattern and choose the best place, time and weapon for killing him.

A car was acquired with fake number plates along with a converted gas pistol, a silencer and bullets, investigators say.

On the day of the murder, the plotters are said to have followed Budanov when he left his home on Komsomolsky Prospekt, an avenue in central Moscow.

Mr Suleymanov himself is accused of carrying out the fatal shooting, firing eight rounds into the victim.

No motive for the attack was cited in the Russian report.

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Pakistani Police Make Arrests in Kidnapping of American

Police in Pakistan say they have arrested three people in connection with the kidnapping of an American in the city of Lahore earlier this month.
Authorities gave little detail about the arrests Wednesday, but they confirmed the suspects were part of a network involved in the abduction of development expert Warren Weinstein. The 70-year-old U.S. citizen was snatched from his home August 14 by eight gunmen after they overpowered security guards.
Last week, authorities released a sketch of a suspect in the case. They have been questioning Weinstein's three security guards and driver, but it is not clear whether they were connected to the arrests.
So far, the kidnappers have not contacted authorities or made any ransom requests.
Kidnappings for ransom are fairly common in Pakistan, and foreigners are occasional targets.
Weinstein served as director in Pakistan of a U.S.-based development consulting company, J.E. Austin Associates. The president of the company has issued an appeal for his release, saying friends and family are concerned about Weinstein's health.
Last month, a Swiss couple was kidnapped in Pakistan's southwestern province of Baluchistan. Pakistani Taliban militants have announced they are holding the couple. In exchange for the couple's release, they have demanded that the U.S. release a Pakistani scientist jailed in the United States.


Ex-police officer arrested over Politkovskaya murder

Russia has arrested a former senior police officer suspected of organising the 2006 murder of anti-Kremlin reporter Anna Politkovskaya in exchange for cash, investigators said on Wednesday.
The announcement marks a major development in the long-running case that has failed to secure any convictions after half a decade. The investigators said they also had information on the supposed mastermind of the killing.
Retired police lieutenant colonel Dmitry Pavlyuchenkov is suspected of organising the criminal group that carried out the murder as well as obtaining the murder weapon, said the spokesman for the Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin.
"According to the investigation, Pavlyuchenkov received the order to organise the killing of Anna Politkovskaya from an unknown individual in exchange for a monetary reward and gave his agreement," he said in a statement carried by Russian news agencies.
The arrest, which was made after questioning on Tuesday, was first announced by the editor-in-chief of Politkovskaya's Novaya Gazeta newspaper Dmitry Muratov late on Tuesday.
A trenchant critic of the Kremlin, Politkovskaya had won international prizes for her reports accusing Prime Minister Vladimir Putin of using the Chechen conflict to strangle democracy while he was president.
Her killing sparked international outrage and underlined the lack of security faced by reporters in Russia who dare to challenge the authorities.
Politkovskaya was shot dead in October 2006 in her apartment block in Moscow and failure of the investigation to secure any convictions has been widely ridiculed in Russia and abroad.
In another major possible lead, Markin also said investigators had information on the supposed mastermind of the killing, who has never been identified let alone arrested.
"For the moment we think it premature to make this information public," he added.
Two Chechen brothers, Dzhabrail and Ibragim Makhmudov, and former police officer Sergei Khadzhikurbanov were tried for suspected involvement in the killing but were acquitted on a lack of evidence in 2009.
This verdict was then annulled by the supreme court and a new investigation reopened with the same suspects. The authorities in June arrested a third Makhmudov brother, Rustam, on suspicion of carrying out the murder.
Markin said that Pavlyuchenkov is suspected of hiring the Makhmudov brothers to carry out the crime and also obtaining the pistol allegedly used by Rustam Makhmudov.
"Pavlyuchenkov promised the Makhmudov brothers a monetary reward for carrying out the order," said Markin.
According to Markin, Pavlyuchenkov told the brothers where Politkovskaya lived in central Moscow as well as the make of car that she drove. The group was then able to trail her to confirm her routine before the murder was carried out.
Pavlyuchenkov was a witness in the trial against the three suspects where, according to the Novaya Gazeta, he sought to present himself as a valuable source and gave information that was made-up.
Veteran Russian rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva applauded the apparent renewal of interest in the case but expressed doubt if the investigators would in the end find those who were truly behind the killing.
"I am happy that they have returned to the Politkovskaya case, that they have taken it away from the dead end. But there are doubts," she told AFP.
Putin famously said in the days after her murder that the killing was "an unacceptable crime that cannot go unpunished" but also described her capability to influence politics in Russia as "insignificant".


Saturday, 20 August 2011

Waiter confesses to slaughtering girlfriend's mum and friend in Turkish forest

A TEENAGE waiter has confessed to butchering a mum after she refused to let him marry her 15-year-old daughter, police said yesterday.
The bodies of Marion Graham and her friend Kathy Dinsmore were found in a forest near Izmir, Turkey, with their throats cut.
It is claimed that waiter Recep Cepis was furious after Marion, 54, said he could not marry Shannon, 15, and return home to Newry, County Down, with her.
He lured her and Kathy, also 54, to his father's house in the city of Izmir on the pretext of a shopping trip.
But he took them instead to the forest in his father's car and stabbed them to death. The alarm was raised by Shannon when the pair failed to return to their holiday villa in the resort of Kusadasi.
Locals said yesterday that Shannon, whose mum spent her summers in Turkey, had been in a relationship with Recep for two years and he had repeatedly asked her to marry him. He is believed to have been staying with Shannon and the two women in their villa.
Cepis blamed Marion and Kathy's opposition to the marriage for Shannon's refusal and is alleged to have hatched his deadly plan after being turned down once again.

After the two women were reported missing, Turkish police questioned Cepis, who initially denied any part in their disappearance.
But sources say after he was confronted with blood-stained clothing found in a bin, he admitted killing them.
Relatives of Cepis said he was angry that the two women would drink alcohol and meet Turkish men.
However, a source claimed Marion was trying to protect Shannon, a pupil at St Mary's High School, from Cepis. Both women are said to have objected to the the way he treated her.
One neighbour in the villa development said: "There was a lot of fighting in the house, a lot of shouting. He seemed quite volatile. " One of Marion's neighbours in Newry, Brian Hyland, said last night: "Marion was a lovely pleasant woman and this is just horrendous news.
"She seemed like a real gentle soul who kept to herself mostly.
"Everyone around here is totally shocked to hear what happened."


Husband charged with Pakistani wife’s murder in New Jersey

The husband of a young Pakistani mother shot and killed in the neighbouring state of New Jersey as she pushed her 3-year-old son in a stroller on Tuesday was charged with her murder on Friday after admitting that he set up the attack, The New York Post reported, citing authorities.
Kashif Pervaiz, 26, who was walking with his wife Nazish Noorani, (27) when the attack occurred in Boonton, New Jersey, also was charged with conspiracy, weapons offences and child endangerment, the report said. A woman named Antoinette Stephen, who arrested on Thursday in Billerica, Massachusetts, was charged with murder conspiracy and weapons offences, the Post said.
She’s believed to be the shooter, though Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi wouldn’t say who pulled the trigger, according to the report.
Bianchi said Pervaiz’s story began to unravel as he continuously changed it.
He originally said three men, one black, one white and one of an uncertain race, called the couple terrorists before opening fire, according to the report. Later, he told detectives it was three black men, according to an affidavit.
Pervaiz, of Brooklyn, a borough of New York City, who was also wounded, then admitted that he was angry at his wife because she made negative comments about his family. And then he began admitting his role in the attack.
He said it was an accident, that he didn’t mean for his wife to die and that he didn’t want to go to jail.
Pervaiz also said he didn’t want to be the person responsible for looking at his children and tell them he was the one who took away their mother, according to the affidavit.
Pervaiz said he contacted Ms. Stephen to get her help, according to the Post. The two met in Brooklyn and discussed his turbulent relationship with Noorani.
Ms. Stephen agreed to help him and they came up with the plan in which Pervaiz would take Noorani on a walk.
Stephen would then kill Noorani and wound Pervaiz, according to the affidavit. Pervaiz suffered superficial wounds in the attack.
They finalised the arrangements in a cellphone call on Tuesday, the day of the attack. Ms. Stephen called Pervaiz at 9:30 p.m., according to the affidavit.
The shooting took place a little after 11 p.m.
Noorani’s relatives said she lived in fear of Pervaiz, whom they blasted as an abusive philanderer who has lied to them about aspects of his life, from his college degrees to his contracting business.
But, according to the Post, most concerning was an ominous text message she allegedly sent her older brother just a month ago.
‘One day you’ll find me dead and it’s going to be Kashi who did it, so save this text. You’ll need it’, she wrote to her brother Kaleem Noorani, according to a cousin.
‘Kashi doesn’t want to be with me, he abuses me’.
The affidavit said investigators were told Pervaiz physically abused Noorani and had extramarital affairs, which Pervaiz confirmed to them.
He also was known to have owned a firearm at one point, according to the affidavit.
Pervaiz is being held on a $1 million bail and Ms. Stephen is being held in Boston on a $5 million bail, authorities said.


Man sentenced in G.I. murder case now charged with prison death

22-year-old man who was convicted in a Grand Island murder has been charged with killing a North Platte man who was serving a life sentence for the deaths of a mother and her child.

According to the Lancaster County attorney's office, Mohamed Abdulkadir has been charged with first-degree murder and use of a weapon to commit a felony. He is charged in the death of Michael Grandon, 22, who died on June 30, according to The Associated Press.

Grandon was serving a life sentence at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln at the time of his death. He pleaded guilty in 2007 to first-degree murder and to aiding and abetting first-degree murder for the deaths of Lori Solie, 38, of North Platte, and her 5-year-old daughter, Tiara, according to The Associated Press.

Solie and her daughter were stabbed multiple times. Solie was also beaten with a baseball bat, and Tiara was strangled.

Grandon, who had been stabbed, died at BryanLGH West Medical Center, where he was taken after a fight with another inmate, Win Barber, a spokesman for the Nebraska Department of Corrections, said shortly after Grandon's death.

According to the Nebraska Department of Corrections' website, Grandon's sentence began in March 2008.

Abdulkadir, of Grand Island, who is also known as "Big Mo," was sentenced in September 2010 to 25 to 50 years in prison for aiding and abetting second-degree murder for the Aug. 27, 2009, shooting death of Nyuol Majak Angok Mathok, 24, at the Autumn Woods Apartments on Yund Street.

According the Department of Corrections' website, Abdulkadir is now being held at the state prison in Tecumseh.

In addition to the murder case, Abdulkadir was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison for conspiring to distribute marijuana and five to 10 years in prison for aiding and abetting attempted robbery for an Aug. 20, 2009, incident that resulted in the injury of a man in the parking lot of the Second Street Burger King.

The two five- to 10-year sentences were to be served at the same time as one another, but after the sentence in the murder case.

At Abdulkadir's sentencing, then-Deputy Hall County Attorney Lynelle Homolka described him as "the man with a plan." She said he wasn't the shooter at the Burger King and didn't fire the fatal shot in the murder case, but he was culpable in both because he was there.

Abdulkadir's father, Said Hashi, spoke at his son's sentencing. He said Abdulkadir was born in Somalia but moved to the U.S. when he was 2 years old. He had lived in Virginia and Ohio, where he finished high school and attended college. He dropped out and moved to Nebraska despite his family's protests. His attorney said Abdulkadir's best friend was shot in 2008 and he developed a drug and alcohol problem.

One of his co-defendants, Abdi Mohamed, 26, was sentenced in October 2010 to 67 to 90 years in prison for being the trigger man in both the Yund Street murder and the shooting at Burger King.

Hall County's only pending murder case involves Arkanjelo Kot, 34, who is charged with first-degree murder and using a gun to commit a felony for the July 14, 2010, incident involving Walid Omar-Aden. The shooting occurred at the Pump & Pantry on Second Street. His trial is set for November.

Kot was injured in the August 2009 shooting that killed Mathok, who was his cousin. Authorities said previously the shooting at the convenience store might have been connected to that murder.


Two New London men among three charged in murder-for-hire plot

Police uncover scheme; two suspects appear in court, third arrested in New Haven
Two men were arraigned Friday afternoon in Superior Court in New London in connection with a murder-for-hire plot that New London police uncovered early Thursday.
A third man was arrested Friday in New Haven in connection with the case.
Because the probable cause report was ordered sealed, the details of the scheme or who the intended victim was is unknown.
Elmer Melendez, 28, of 208 Crystal Ave., New London, and Gerardo Carrillo, 26, of Westbrook, were each charged with possession of a weapon in a motor vehicle, criminal attempt to commit murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Melendez was the first to make his brief court appearance. He wore a hospital gown and tube socks without shoes.
Through the assistance of a Spanish-speaking interpreter, the serious nature of the charges was explained to him.
A bail commissioner noted that Melendez was born in Honduras and has been in the United States for only five years. He is not a U.S. citizen.
Melendez has no criminal record. Up until his arrest, he was employed at Leather Man in Essex.
The bail commission recommended a bond of $750,000.
But prosecutor Michael Kennedy asked the court for a $2 million bond, citing the serious nature of the charges and that Melendez had no ties to the area.
Judge Kevin McMahon agreed with the state's recommendation for bond.
"Attempted capital felony, you can't get higher than that," said McMahon. "Both are intimately involved in the plot to kill the intended victim."
Melendez's case was transferred to Part A in New London, where more serious crimes are heard, for Aug. 29.
A third person, Antonio Pena, 35, of 187 Huntington St., Apt. D14, New London, was arrested Friday in New Haven in connection with the case. He was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. He is expected to be arraigned Monday and is being held on a $1 million bond.
Kennedy filed a motion requesting that the police-prepared, probable cause report remain sealed. He said the police investigation is ongoing, and that witnesses and an informant had to be protected.
Public defender Jennifer Nowak thought the report also should be sealed to protect the suspects from potential jailhouse violence.
McMahon agreed and sealed the report.
Carrillo, who wore the same attire as Melendez, also needed the help of a Spanish language interpreter.
The bail commissioner told the court that Carrillo is originally from Mexico and is not a U.S. citizen. He has been in Connecticut for six years and has no criminal record. He, too, works at Leather Man.
McMahon said he could not believe that neither man had no criminal record.
"They jumped to the top," McMahon said noting how serious the charges were.
Carrillo is also being held on a $2 million bond. His case was also transferred to Part A court for Aug. 30.
Melendez's family was present in court. They declined to comment.


Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Contract killers of Jaggu Pehlwan gang arrested

The police arrested a contract killer who claimed to a member of the Jaggu Pehlwan gang along with his two associates. The arrested person has been allegedly involved in more than 100 contract killings in Delhi-NCR and Western UP.Earlier, on July 29, the police had arrested three contract killers who had come to Noida to murder a builder.A senior police official said the accused has been identified as Joginder alias Joga, involved in 12 contract killings and other cases including loot and kidnapping. His two associates, Mintu and Upender, had recently joined him and even they are wanted in several murders, loot and kidnapping cases."The criminals were active in Western UP and were spreading their activities in Delhi-NCR. They had killed a businessman Jagvir in Ashok Nagar in Delhi earlier," a senior police official said. "The police got a tip-off that the accused would come to Noida following which we arrested the trio," the official added.On July 26, contract killers of Mutthu Kasai gang were arrested from Noida when they had come to kill a builder. The accused have so far killed six persons on contract, including headmen of various villages in UP.


Friday, 12 August 2011

2 contract killers arrested in jeweller brothers'' murder case

Police here today claimed to have cracked the murder case of two city-based jeweller brothers with the arrest of two contract killers and said son of a local BJP leader is involved in the crime. "Shekhar Jaiswal, son of BJP leader and chairperson of Gosaiganj town municipal corporation Tara Devi Jaiswal, had hired the shooters to execute the murder," Faizabad SSP R K Chaturvedi said. Jaiswal who was held for interrogation told police that he planned the murder of the brother duo -- Rajesh and Ramesh Jaiswal -- as their increasing popularity among the traders community, which was the main electorate of the municipal corporation, were damaging his political field, the SSP said. The jeweller brothers were shot dead in broad daylight on August 2 in Gosaiganj town by the shooters.


Thursday, 4 August 2011

North Side gang member gets 10 years

North Side man was sentenced to 10 years and five months in prison for his activities as a member of the Brighton Place Crips.

Kevin "J-Reed" Underwood, 30, of Brighton Place pleaded guilty to a federal racketeering charge. He was sentenced on Tuesday in federal court.

Underwood was one of 26 people charged in February with committing crimes while members of the Brighton Place/Northview Heights Crips gang, and one of 20 members or associates of the gang who have pleaded guilty.

The gang's activities included armed robberies, attempted murders, drug trafficking, obstruction of justice and witness intimidation, prosecutors say. The Brighton Place Crips formed in the early 1990s and in 2003 allied with the Northview Heights/Fineview Crips, according to prosecutors.


man said to be one of India's most notorious contract assassins has confessed to more than 100 murders in a 13 year career of crime

Jaggu Pehelwan, whose gang allegedly terrorised northern India and targeted businessmen and politicians in Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, was arrested in a raid by police in Ghaziabad, a satellite town of the Indian capital, following a tip-off.
During interrogation he told detectives he had murdered "around 100" people and had been paid between £13,000 and £39,000 per contract, "depending on the profile of the target," Superintendent Raghubir Lal told the Daily Telegraph.
He was arrested along with two of his alleged hitmen after police had announced an award of around 7,000 pounds.
"He said he had collected 1.25 crores of rupees [£178,000] for killing 24 persons. We are checking his claims to see if they match the reality," he said.
At the time of his arrest he was "planning to finish off four persons from this district and another 22 in Harayana. He is a dreaded criminal and he would have done these crimes," he added. One of his targets was Aulad Ali, the Ghaziabad district president of the Samajwadi Party, Uttar Pradesh state's main opposition party, he added.
Following his arrest, detectives discovered two getwaway cars, a Beretta pistol, fake police uniforms, ID and mobile phone SIM cards.
His alleged killing spree began in 1998 with the murder of a businessman and hotel owner in New Delhi. He later killed Sanjay Valmiki, a political leader from his village, where his wife is now the village chief. She was elected unopposed amid fears that anyone contesting the position would be shot dead.
Police in Uttar Pradesh will now meet with senior officers in Delhi and Haryana to make a new charge list.
Superintendent Lal said business and political rivalries in the state were so intense that people "want to finish off their enemies.They get in touch with Pehelwan and pay him so money. He is notorious," he said.


Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Cops nab contract killer, hope to crack jail nexus

With the arrest of incarcerated gangster Subhash Thakur's aide from Kandivli for the murder of a Rabale-based builder, police aim to expose Thakur's jail-run operations

The Kandivli police yesterday arrested an accomplice of gangster Subhash Singh Thakur who is wanted for the murder of a Navi Mumbai-based builder.

Thakur, a former Chhota Rajan aide suspected to have been operating from within the Nasik jail where he is lodged, had reportedly taken the contract for the killing.

His aide, identified as Raju Chauhan alias Vijay Sawant (32), was nabbed at the KD Compound in Kandivli West. With the arrest, police hope to get an insight into the network of gangsters operating from behind bars.

The Kandivli police received a tip-off that Sawant, a contract killer, would come to KD Compound on Sunday to kill a builder who resides there. They laid a trap and nabbed Sawant, andn recovered a country-made revolver and two bullets from him.

During the course of his interrogation, officers learnt that a month ago Sawant had allegedly killed a Rabale-based builder Shivraj Jadhav and was wanted by the police. Sawant also revealed that he was attached to the Thakur gang, cops said.

"Sawant had killed the builder on June 23, just two days after he had been acquitted in another murder case. There are four murder cases pending in Rabale, Kalva and Kasturbha for which Sawant is wanted," said API LG Shinde, from Kandivli police station.

Prison pals
Sawant had been a contract killer since 1996 when he first met Thakur at the Arthur Road jail where the two were lodged. Thakur, who is doing time for two murders, had been operating from the jail, sources said. "Thakur is now in Nashik jail where he is serving life imprisonment for the two murders," added Shinde.

Officers investigating the case further said that Thakur, at one time, was a close aide of Rajan when the latter was working for Dawood Ibrahim. After splitting from Rajan, he joined forces with the Chhota Shakeel gang. In the 1990s, Thakur floated his own band of mobsters, notorious in Uttar Pradesh and Mumbai.

"During the real estate boom in New Mumbai, Thakur began extorting money from the builders there," said a Crime Branch officer on condition of anonymity. Thakur was named in many gang wars.
Eventually, he was arrested after Rajan tipped off the police. But the underworld don uses Thakur's men to do his bidding now.

A Crime Branch officer said Thakur is active even now and has been operating from the jail. "Thakur recruits new inmates for his gang by helping them monetarily. He accepts contracts from other gangsters and orders his men to kill the targets and receives the kickback through the hawala network.
Gangsters like Shakeel and Rajan order Thakur's men to do their work and if they are caught, the trail goes cold as the killers only name Thakur," said the officer. Of late, Thakur has been in ill health, cops said.

The Kandivli police would now question Sawant about the builder he was hired to kill and find out who had recruited him for the crime. "We had presented Sawant in the Bandra Holiday court where he was remanded to police custody till Monday," added the officer.


Monday, 1 August 2011

Antonio Acosta Hernandez, leader of La Linea and chief operating Juarez Cartel, was involved in at least 500 thousand executions,

The authorities of the Ministry of Public Security introduced to El Diego during the day, confirming that last Friday managed to capture in Chihuahua. A José Antonio Acosta Hernandez, leader of La Linea and chief operating Juarez Cartel, was involved in at least 500 thousand executions, making it one of the most sadistic drug lords in Mexico. El Diego was always characterized by narcomensaje leave, same as appeared on video , fences, blankets, cardboard and so on. The fear of the authorities was evident, as almost always met Acosta Hernández what threatened in their texts.

El Diego has been news since last Friday when his capture was achieved, but until today was presented at the premises of the Ministry of Public Security, and a few hours ago the official bulletin was issued on the stock. In text by the SSP, you indicate that you reached out to Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez thanks to efforts by the Federal Police and the exchange of information with the Agency United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Then the bulletin: The Secretariat Federal Public Safety reports that this July 29 in Chihuahua, Chihuahua elements of the Federal Police arrested Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez, aka El Diego, head of the Juarez cartel led by Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, alias The Viceroy.

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