Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Mar 18, 2019 22:25:51 GMT -5
I found a Spanish language article from Sunday stating that there are unconfirmed reports that Rafael Caro-Quintero May have been captured at the Hotel Riu in Guadalajara, Mexico, however it hasn’t been been confirmed or denied as it is only a rumor at this point, however in the operation they did capture CJNG operatives.
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Post by Scumhunter on Mar 18, 2019 23:34:21 GMT -5
The problem is Caro-Quintero is like El Chapo, although El Chapo was finally captured eventually (twice), there were plenty of false rumors of his capture and/or death before he was captured (and re-captured). I will remain cautiously optimistic and wait for the FBI website and/or American media to claim him as captured as well.
Post by 912thamwuser on Apr 14, 2019 0:57:20 GMT -5
I don't know if anyone here already talked about this, but...
In April of '018, around when he was added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, a journalist visited Caro-Quintero in Mazatlan. They discovered that Caro-Quintero was getting frail under a prostate illness of some kind, was subsisting in a shabby home in the mountains, had secluded himself from his wife and children, and the only lavish luxury he had left was his personal security guards. His cousin was arrested in the autumn of '017 and pled guilty in the winter of '018, and as part of a deal with prosecutors, might've made the latest allegations that Caro-Quintero's now leading the Sinaloa cartel, but the whole experience cast huge doubts on that.
Caro-Quintero isn't dead yet, but whatever he's sick with, our best shot at solving this case will be Caro-Quintero succumbing to whatever chronic illness he has. It would nullify any remaining danger he poses, but it would be a pity America couldn't formally try him for the 4 murders we talked about a while ago.
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While Caro-Quintero apparently remains at large, a 77-year old man named Ezequiel Godinez Cervantes was arrested in Mexico and sent back to the U.S. for allegedly participating in the torture of murder of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena in 1985: