Thus the Nayarit Beltrán Leva and the Jalisco Nueva Generation Cartel were ‘in service’ – Tech Viral Tips

The Nayarit government worked directly from 2011 to 2016 for an organized crime group through an “executive group” controlled by the Prosecutor’s Office. He later broke his alliance for another strong support at that time, Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG)and part of that criminal framework was still operating in 2021,

This is indicated by the public version of an official report made public this week by the National Search Commission, which relies on the Ministry of the Interior.

According to the document, state-run criminal networks began to be featured as of 2009, with two of its key actors accessing municipal public positions: Roberto Sandovale (Mayor of the capital, Tepik from 2008 to 2011) and Edgar Veitia,

The report indicates that the network was consolidated since 2011 when the first (Sandoval) was in charge of the state government and the second in public security and then in the state prosecutor’s office. Similarly, he pointed out that it was reconstituted in 2017 after Vetia’s arrest and with The end of the Sandoval government.

The former prosecutor is currently in prison for drug trafficking in the United States, while Sandoval was arrested last year and is imprisoned in Mexico for corruption offenses.

the document indicates that ‘The Sandoval-Vetia Pair’ agree with Beltran Leva Cartel (a split from Sinaloa) to work at his side from 2011 to 2016. The alliance broke when they ‘sold the plaza’ For Jalisco New Generation Cartelwhich gained strength at the end of that period. The United States associates Sandoval with this second group.

Officers betrayed their former allies and informed the Navy in early 2017 where their leaders, including one known as the H-2, were killed. An impressive operation with helicopter gunships in the capital Nayarit.

In 2020, US prosecutors accused Mexico’s former Secretary of Defense, General Salvador Cienfuegos, of OK H-2. take part in However, he later withdrew the charges and released the general who returned to Mexico, where the government said no charges were found against him.

The report indicates that in 2017 “staff in the Office of the Nayarit State Attorney General were recruiting youth for the CJNG and were already working for it.”

Since 2018, a dispute began between criminal groups for control of the area, which, according to the document, has not ended from 2018 to 2021, with an increase in the number of murders there.

The report also indicates that the structure now held by high-ranking officers in prison apparently continues to function. “low profile” As of last year, there was an increase in disappearances in 2020 (was 164), more than those registered in 2017 (136).

The National Search Commission collected and analyzed data from a variety of sources because it was believed that one of the keys to searching for missing people is to understand the criminal context in which the disappearance occurred.

According to his data, when the criminal structure was at its peak, different types of officials – from policemen to judges – were in charge of various criminal functions. Hanging, disappearing and torture threats, extortion and obstruction of justice Through the creation of crimes, forcing opponents to be imprisoned or not to face certain crimes.

They also had an entire network that guaranteed money by way of mass plundering by the notaries concerned, with which they enriched themselves. The most infamous case surfaced in 2018, frauds against 60,000 people from at least seven states who were evicted from their assets with the support of the Nayarit judiciary, the document recalls.