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PostSubject: viva board   Tue Jun 03, 2008 8:04 pm

are they paying taxes on the ads? Baca as a moderator-what the heck has happened to this town??????????Martinez is scary!
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PostSubject: viva board   Wed Jun 04, 2008 9:16 pm

Yer Bob you got it man,
the so called admin is George he ownes the site and is making money illegally. He's only a resident he aint entiled to work and no taxes are paid for the Ads or donations. its not a registered charity so they are breaking the law.
Alex posts a photo everyday and gets paid for it. but still holds the title of Admin/moderator attempting to fool everyone. There really dumb if they can't see thru this rackerteering.

Jose ran a way from San Carlos because of fraud, Baca is hooked in with the queen of law suits and is seen as a conman.

And the rest isnt worth a toss.

San Carlos Residents are been ripped of by the new mafia in town and when the cards fall George is gonner be left holding the bag.

hey George You said your watching, but before you get in too deep take a look what Mexican jails are like... Can you say fresh meet and yes honey?
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PostSubject: Re: viva board   Wed Jun 04, 2008 11:55 pm

Split between drug gangs unleashes wave of violence in Mexico
Posted : Mon, 19 May 2008 16:18:00 GMT

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Mexico City - The break-up of the alliance between drug bosses including Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and Arturo Beltran Leyva has unleashed a war in Mexico for control of drug traffic which left 21 to 34 people dead on Sunday alone, Mexican media said Monday. The killings represented an escalation of an already high level of violence in the country, particularly in the northern state of Chihuahua.

In Chihuahua, on the border with the United States, there were 12 murders on Sunday and 17 "levantones" - as kidnappings without the intention to demand ransom are known in Mexico.

According to the daily El Universal, the group of hired killers known as Los Zetas - until know the armed wing of the Gulf Cartel - formally agreed to become an independent cartel Sunday, at a meeting in the northern Mexican city of Torreon. An official of the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) told the daily, on condition of anonymity, that Los Zetas "can beat any cartel known currently known and become a real national security problem for Mexico and the United States."

Los Zetas is an armed organization created by deserters of the Mexican Army who has been for a decade in the service of the Gulf Cartel. The cartel was headed by Osiel Cardenas Guillen until he was extradited to the United States last year.

According to El Universal, two of the main leaders of Los Zetas - the former military officer Heriberto Lazcano, alias "El Z1," and Miguel Angel Trevino Morales - decided to become independent and form a new cartel, although other "zetas" are still active for the Gulf Cartel.
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PostSubject: Re: viva board   Thu Jun 05, 2008 12:36 am

The recent arrests of 27 Zeta hit men transferring a 243 kilogram (about 536 pounds) shipment of cocaine in Sonora state meshes with the recent reports of the new alliance, given that the Sonora-Arizona drug smuggling route is reportedly controlled by the Beltran Leyva brothers. The Zeta hit men said during police interrogations that they were sent specifically to fight El Chapo’s men. And Mexican intelligence reports also state that authorities have reason to believe there is another group of Zetas in Sonora. A Zeta-Beltran Leyva alliance could represent a significant power shift in organized crime in Mexico.
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