Thursday, December 9, 2010

Drug Queen Exonerated!

News out of Mexico City last Friday heralded the acquittal of the reputed Pacific Drug Queen, Sandra Avila Beltran, on drug trafficking charges. Since her arrest and imprisonment in late September 2007, Beltran has maintained her innocence from prison, claiming that she was “just a housewife” and that her lavish lifestyle was financed by “selling clothes” and “renting houses”. Of course!
Sandra Avila Beltran

Beltran is the niece of Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, identified as the Godfather of Mexican drug smuggling who is serving a 40 year sentence in Mexico for drug smuggling and the murder of DEA agent Enrique Camarena. Juan Jose Quintero Payan, another uncle, has been extradited to the US on drug charges. It would seem that drug smuggling runs in the family.
 Beltran’s boyfriend, Juan Diego Espinoza Ramirez, was reportedly, second in command of the Colombian cartel, Norte del Val.  Ramirez was expedited to the United States in February of 2008. Beltran still faces extradition to the United States on drug smuggling charges.
Intelligence provided to SHTF America indicates that Beltran has spent the past ten years working her way to the top of the Narco Terrorist business; first on her back seducing top Narco Terrorists and then, that she, or someone who looks remarkably like her, has also executed rivals or failures along the way.
One failure was eliminated in a execution style shot to the head with a revolver, and the other with a shotgun blast to the victim's face. Our intelligence source indicated that particular incident occurred at a restaurant or hotel dining room and that the victim understood what was coming, and covered his face with his hands so as not to see the blast.

A number of witnesses were present in each instance, which may account for her acknowledgement by the Mexican public as a top capo in the Cartel. A little fear goes a long way, and there's nothing like a ruthless bitch at the top who will kill you on a whim, to instill fear into the members of a gang, or the public.
As 75% of all drug dealers arrested in Mexico are released, and only 2% of organized crime arrests in Mexico result in a conviction, it is no surprise that Mexican Judge Fernando Cordova del Valle ruled that the Prosecution failed to provide sufficient evidence to convict Beltran, a top decision maker in the Sinaloa Gang.

No doubt that it is also a reason the cops in Mexico look the other way. I mean really, what is the point? If the Judges in Mexico are too afraid to step up and support their legal system, why should the cops risk their life for the system? You keep your head and you get to keep your job and support your family. Or is that the other way around in Mexico? Bottom line? Justice will be served in the United States. 

Sandra, please put your seat in the upright position for takeoff!

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