During the recent investigation of the Sinaloa Cartel, a number of questions were raised regarding the murder of the late Ramon Arellano. These included whether or not he was assassinated, and if so, who was responsible. However, there is no clear answer to these questions. As a result, it is likely that a number of different people were involved in the murder. One of the most prominent of these people is Jesus Zambada, a former accountant for the Sinaloa Cartel who was arrested by federal authorities. In addition, several other former Sinaloa Cartel officials have been implicated, including Vicente Zambada and Eduardo Arellano Felix.
David Barron Corona
David Barron Corona was an infamous Mexican-American gang member who was a key member of the Tijuana Cartel’s Death Squad. He was also the first Afro-Mexican member of the Logan Heights Gang.
He was a hit man for the Arellano-Felix drug gang. In the show, he was portrayed by Bobby Soto.
Corona was a ruthless killer and had an afro wig. His girlfriend was named Luz. She was pregnant with a baby. At the time, she was attending an elite private school.
The girl was in the back seat of the car. She started screaming. When the killer realized she was pregnant, he shot three times in her head. But she survived.
Barron was recruited by the Tijuana Cartel during its war with the Sinaloa Cartel. They began recruiting 30 Mexican immigrant families. As a result, the family lived off the money from the drug organization.
Arellano Felix was a Mexican drug gang leader. He had been the head of the Tijuana Cartel. The gang was known for developing monopolies on marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamines. They were the leaders of the smuggling corridor from Tijuana to San Diego.
Arellano’s brother Benjamin was arrested in 2006, but Eduardo Arellano was able to continue the family business. Ramon and Benjamin are the brothers of the Arellano Felix gang.
Eduardo is believed to be the heir presumptive to the criminal organization that is on the brink of extinction. When he is released, he is expected to go to trial.
The murder of Ramon Arellano led to a war between the two cartels. El Mayo Zambada planned a bloody battle to eliminate the Arellano family. However, the conflict ended in violence. In addition, the rivals fought for the right to control the northern Baja corridor, which is a major drug trafficking route.
Eduardo Arellano Felix
Eduardo Arellano Felix is the heir presumptive of a Mexican criminal organization that is on the verge of collapse. This criminal organization was once a major player in the Tijuana and Guadalajara drug cartels. However, the organization became weak as its top leaders fell.
The Arellano-Felix Organization is known for violence. According to reports, members have killed law enforcement, drug trafficking rivals, and individuals believed to be cooperating with authorities. It is also a rival to the Sinaloa cartel. Some of its members have aligned with the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, which is fighting for control of the Sinaloa territory.
Eduardo Arellano Felix is a medical doctor who worked as the chief financial officer of a Mexican drug cartel. He admitted to laundering hundreds of millions of dollars in drug proceeds, using some of the money to buy weapons. In May 2013, he pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.
Former Sinaloa Cartel accountant Jesus Zambada
The first-ever collaborator to testify against the Sinaloa Cartel, Jesus Zambada, provided an up-close look at the inner workings of the organization. During five hours of testimony Tuesday, Zambada explained the role of the cartel in Mexico and its violent history. He also offered fresh revelations about El Chapo’s role in assassinating a key Catholic official.
According to prosecutors, Zambada was a subordinate in the cartel, helping its chief, Ismael Zambada Garcia, and his brother, El Chapo, to carry out their criminal business. Zambada was arrested in Mexico in 2008 and extradited to the United States.
After his arrest, Zambada was charged with bribing military officers, federal and municipal police officials, and Interpol representatives. In addition, he claimed to have personally bribed officials at airports, seaports, and the attorney general’s office. However, Zambada said he never personally killed anyone.
In addition to his work as a member of the cartel, Zambada also operated three warehouses in Mexico City. Earlier in his career, Zambada had been a small-time drug trafficker and farmer. But after he was recruited by Guzman, Zambada became a leader in the Sinaloa Cartel.