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Mexico City – Javier Antonio Calle Serna, 43, alias Comba handed to DEA

09 May

The delivery of Javier Antonio Calle Serna, 43, alias Comba, to the U.S. anti-narcotics police, DEA, brought to light one of the most important links of the Sinaloa cartel and of Los Zetas with suppliers of cocaine in Colombia, which controlled the export routes of the drugs to Mexico.

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The W Radio and the newspaper El Tiempo reported yesterday that the country Antonio Street, the older brother and head of Luis and Juan Carlos Calle Serna, has alliances with the Sinaloa cartel led by Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, and the organization of drug trafficking known as Los Zetas to provide them with drugs.

The three brothers formed the organization of the combatants, veterans of the paramilitary United Self Defense Forces of Colombia who later formed the Rastrojos, his own armed group.

Juan Carlos Calle, alias Armando, 40, the youngest of them and captured in mid-March is designated as the main scrubber Los Comba, which administers international contacts for the passage of cocaine from Bolivia to Colombia and Ecuador, using traffic Peru as a platform to European countries and America.

Javier Antonio Calle Serna had concluded agreements with the Front 15 of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, is believed to be kidnapped French journalist Romeo Langlois, of the television channel France 24, during a confrontation with the army in a place where cocaine was stored had been sold to the Sinaloa cartel, during a confrontation with the army.

Military intelligence sources informed the Research Unit Weather anyone who wants to smuggle something has to do with that front.

“A ton and a half I was in the collection center where it disappeared and was sold to Langlois Sinaloa cartel, whose emissaries come to Ecuador and are escorted by the fronts 32 and 49 (the FARC) to the properties of Wilmer,” said newspaper on Saturday 5 May.

To facilitate the release of Langlois, commander of the Aviation Division of the Colombian Army suspended operations in the face 15 and the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, said: “If the FARC have half a brain” he would be released immediately.

Wilmer, 50, is the alias of Jose Urrea Ventura Gomez, leader of the Front 15, and has 20 arrest warrants have been avoided by having infiltrated political will report on the movements of the Colombian security forces.

“The drug (Javier Antonio Calle Serna) was controlled by drug trafficking routes and the Pacific Region in 2004 strengthened its ties to Mexican cartels like the Sinaloa and Los Zetas alliances with those who managed to get the drugs into the United States to through Venezuela and Central America “, published El Tiempo.

The newspaper said the FARC Front 15 of the semester moves 15 thousand kilos of cocaine worth 42 billion Colombian pesos, about 314.5 million Mexican pesos.

Time reported that some of the accounts found in a seizure revealed that 15 Front pays farmers the equivalent of 15 000 Mexican pesos for a kilo of coke and then trading at 20 times its value, 299 Mexican pesos.

In addition, manage crops in Caquetá, Putumayo and Vichada, has laboratories for processing coca paste there and in Nariño, and sells the alkaloid to the Mexican cartels.

“The only link in the drug business that is outsourced Front 15 shipments of the Pacific. Shipments to Central America are in charge of the four brothers González Rivas, known as the Masters of the Pacific. Two of them were killed by the Mafia, but Fernando and Jefferson are still sought by the United States, “the Colombian newspaper.

Although exchanges of drug shipments for high-powered weapons like AK 47 and M.60, mortars, night vision goggles, scopes and also river boats.

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