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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Mexican gang was ‘hunting’ Texas officer(video) | Pitts Report


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Mexican gang was ‘hunting’ Texas officer(video) | Pitts Report: "former Barrio Azteca gang member from El Paso suspected of being involved in the killing of three people tied to the U.S Consulate in Juarez claimed the target of the attack was a detention officer who mistreated gang members at the El Paso County Jail.
Mexican authorities on Tuesday accused Ricardo “Chino” Valles de la Rosa, 45, of being a lookout for gunmen who carried out the hit. Valles was arrested Friday by the Mexican army in Juarez and remains in custody in Mexico.
Valles alleged during his detention hearing that a gang leader ordered the hit on Arthur Redelfs, an El Paso County sheriff’s detention officer, because Redelfs mistreated fellow gang members at the jail. Valles had another hearing Tuesday before a judge, also in Juarez.
The Barrio Azteca is a brother gang of the Juarez Aztecas gang, and both are aligned with the Carrillo-Fuentes cartel.
On March 13, gunmen shot and killed Redelfs, his wife, Lesley Enriquez Redelfs, who worked for the U.S. Consulate, and Jorge Salcido Ceniceros, a maquiladora supervisor and husband of consulate employee Hilda Antillon."


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