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Jorge Balderas, El JJ, is sentenced to 36 years in prison for organized crime

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Jorge Balderas sentenced, the jjto 36 years in prison for organized crime

Edward Murillo

Newspaper La Jornada
Tuesday, November 1, 2022, p. twenty-one

José Jorge Balderas Garza, alias El JJ, a member of the Beltrán Leyva cartel, received a sentence of 36 years in prison for organized crime, committed with the purpose of carrying out actions related to crimes against health, in addition to operations with resources of origin illicit

The now sentenced man was also involved in the attack against the Paraguayan soccer player Salvador Cabañas, committed in the Bar Bar, in the south of Mexico City, in January 2010. During the process for this case, Balderas Garza affirmed that he was his escort , Francisco José Barreto, alias El Contador, the author of the shot that hit the head of who was a striker for the América team.

In April 2011, El JJ was arrested by the then Attorney General’s Office during an operation in Bosques de las Lomas, in the country’s capital, in possession of cocaine, firearms and false identity documents.

Balderas had already received two previous sentences. The first in September 2011, three years in prison for the use of false documents, and the second in February 2019, 20 years in prison and a 500-day fine, for organized crime in the form of illicit health. These sentences will be added to the one recently handed down.

The General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic reported that after his arrest, El JJ was brought before a federal judge, who ordered that he be held in preventive detention at the Federal Center for Social Readaptation, number 15, Chiapas, in Tapachula, Chiapas.

replacement process

Later, the first district judge of federal criminal proceedings in the state of Veracruz, based in Villa Aldama, issued a formal prison order; however, this resolution was modified by the magistrate of the second unitary court of the second circuit.

The process was replaced, so it was until now that this new sentence was achieved.

El JJ is identified as a close collaborator of Édgar Valdez Villarreal, alias La Barbie, former leader of the Beltrán Leyva cartel, currently in prison.

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