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Wednesday, 12 May 2010

El Blog del Narco


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El Blog del Narco: "Jose Gerardo Alvarez Vazquez, 'El Indio' or 'Chayanne' the Wednesday was his fourth arrest.

The most recent arrest was on Wednesday in La Herradura and occurs 13 years after the first, when he had served on the Amezcua cartel, the Carrillo Fuentes and the Beltran Leyva, curriculum that made him one of the figures leading drug trafficking in Mexico.

Of the four times that 'El Indio' has been detained since 1995, three of them went to the U.S. request, which calls for extradition."


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