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Casino in Monterrey attacked with grenades
Juan José Rojas Cardona, el "Zar de los Casinos", pagó en el 2006 al ex alcalde de Monterrey, Adalberto Madero, y al de San Nicolás, Zeferino Salgado, 2.5 millones de dólares a cada uno para sus campañas, afirmó una fuente citada en un cable del Consulado de Estados Unidos en Monterrey revelado por WikiLeaks.

Fechado el 2 de julio del 2009 y dirigido por el entonces Cónsul en Monterrey, Bruce Williamson, al Departamento de Estado en Washington, el cable 09MONTERREY259 asegura también que, según la fuente anónima, el "Zar de los Casinos" y su hermano Arturo mantienen estrechos vínculos con el Cártel de los Beltrán Leyva.

En el sumario del despacho se destaca que los funcionarios panistas suelen mostrar poca transparencia.

Asimismo, indica que los casinos permiten, al manejar altas cantidades de efectivo, que sean usados para lavar dinero del crimen organizado.

Juan José Rojas Cardona, the "Casino Tzar" paid $2.5 million in 2006 to the former mayor of Monterrey, Adalberto Madero, and another $2.5 million to the mayor of San Nicolás, Zeferino Salgado for their political campaigns, affirmed a source cited in a US Consular cable from the Monterrey consulate, revealed Wikileaks.

Dated July 2, 2009, and written by the US Consul of Monterrey, Bruce Williamson, to the Department of State in Washington, the cable 09MONTERREY259 also reported that according to an anonymous source, the "Casino Tzar" and his brother Arturo maintained close ties with the Beltrán Leyva cartel.

In the summary of the memo it mentions that the PAN party demonstrates little transparency.

It also indicates that the casinos allow for the handling of large amounts of cash that are laundered for organized crime.

Link to article in Spanish.
Más vale pocos pelos, pero bien peinados.
Above the Tearline: Reconstructing the Monterrey Arson Attack from Surveillance Footage
Más vale pocos pelos, pero bien peinados.
They let four of the casino attackers go today. You know the deal... there's the truth, and there's the legal truth. How many times can Mexico shoot itself in the foot and keep limping along?

"Governor laments release of 4 casino arson suspects

Nuevo Leon Gov. Rodrigo Medina said it was frustrating that four suspects implicated in the Aug. 25 Casino Royale arson massacre were released, and said more changes are needed in the criminal justice system to prevent such occurrences. He also allowed for the possibility that the charges against the four were poorly drawn up. Story in Frontera. "

Forgot to mention the narcos killed the entire family of a policeman who identified these guys- can't find the link to that though.

BajaNoMas= News, Facts, Stats, Videos, Pics and Links- because presenting the truth to the public is not a negative campaign "Decir la verdad no es ninguna campaña negra".
Whoosh, I read about the payback murders on the cops family. It will have the desired results when there will be no one coming forward in the future. Its sad when the authorities can not protect anyone there anymore except the president of Mexico. So far..


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