FROM WRONG TO STRONG, THE LIFE + TIMES of J.C. Almanza: THE NOTORIOUS SINALOA CARTEL 2011 CHAINSAW BEHEADING (Felix Gamez Garcia, aka: Paulino Gamez Garcia, + Barnabas Gamez Castro)
Now, Julio Cesar Almanza is a fitness trainer, mentor, author + entrepreneur.
JC- Born and raised in Chicago. Spent 17 years in US and Mexican prisons. Worked for the Cartel.
Current picture of JC
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ATTRIBUTION: STRATFOR Security source
Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, commonly known as “El Chapo” because of his 168 cm stature, is a Mexican former drug lord and former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, an international crime syndicate. He is considered to have been the most powerful drug trafficker in the world.
The two men were recently executed by alleged Joaquin “El Chapo”
Guzman and the Sinaloa Cartel according to an open source.There is
a video of the execution that I have not and will not attached. The
video is extremely graphic.
These two men are nephew and uncle. The man on the right is the uncle.
The uncle was identified as Barnabas GAMEZ Castro. The Nephew, on the left,
was identified as Felix GAMEZ Garcia. Felix admitted in the video that they
were drug couriers and lookouts for the Sinaloa Cartel. He said they
worked directly for Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the alleged head of the
Sinaloa Cartel. He said in the video that they smuggled drugs into the
United States for El Chapo and they were paid $300 Mx Pesos (about
$21.00) per load. They allegedly lost a loan of drugs. Their
punishment for losing that load of narcotics was death and in the most
horrific way. It is believed that their execution was captured on video
to show the others in the organization what will happen to them if they
lose a load of Joaquin ” El Chapo” Guzman’s merchandise (Narcotics). I
am starting to believe that the drug trade is like everything else in
life. Those at the top get richer and those at the bottom get screwed.
The fact is these guys got screwed in the worst way. Look what $300 Mx
Pesos got these two men; dead! Was the job and its risk worth it?
In the video, as the men sat against a wall. They look somber, beaten
down mentally, with no hope for a future, all dreams for a better life
gone and they appeared to have accepted their faith of death. I got the
impression watching the video that they may have been heavily drugged,
which may have been the best humane thing for them. They just stared
out into space with no emotion or pleading for their lives. They
answered all of the questions asked knowing whatever they said would not
spare their lives; execution was their fate; death was coming.
These men may have made poor decisions and associated with the evils of
the drug trade, but they are still fellow human beings. No human being
deserve to die like they did. No animal either. This is a part of
Mexico that cannot be real and definitely does not reflex the majority
of the people of Mexico. I have had people here in Texas say this is
Mexico, i.e., this is how everyone is down there. This is why we need
to build a wall to keep all of those Mexican people out of the USA.
Everyone is a cartel member down there. Of course this is not true.
The sad thing is all of the good in Mexico is not being publicized.
Just the bad. People tend to judge people on the negative things they
see and hear about those people and not the positive. This is true for
all people. There is so much more positive things to Mexico that could
be publicized than just this, but this is what we all see and hear
about. People are building their beliefs about the People of Mexico on
the negative things they see and hear. The country is judged base on
the evils of a few. There are other countries where the masses are
judged by the evils of a few.
The killers, who are alleged to be members of the paramilitary wing of
the Sinaloa and assassins, are seen in the video as approaching their
intended duty of brutally killing these men with no remorse or respect.
They even appeared to be enjoying their job. I do not know how a man
can enjoy killing another man.
In the video the uncle, Barnabas, said as a warning to those who are in
the drug trade or wanting to join the drug trade to think about it and
do not finger anyone (be a rat or informant). He said it was no fun
being in his situation. I heard that and I felt they may also have been
accused of informing on someone in the organization. The entire video
was in Spanish and I admit, my Spanish is nowhere near perfect, and I
could have misunderstood some things. But I saw the execution on
video. I cannot misunderstand that.
After all of the questions ended, the paramilitary person in the photo
on the right with the chain saw approached the uncle on the right
first. As he placed the chain saw against the uncle’s neck, starting
from left to right in the photo, the uncle just stared out into space.
There was no crying or pleading for his life. He just stared. The
assassin cut off the uncle’s head and his body fell into the lap of the
nephew. The entire time the uncle just stared with no emotion as the
chain saw went through his neck. There was no reaction from the nephew
setting on the left. A second guy approach and sawed off the head of
the nephew with a butcher’s knife through the neck. As the assassin
started sawing on the neck of the nephew on the left he continued to
stare out in to space. He tried to cry out, but it appeared that his
vocal cords had already be severed and he could not.
If seeing graphic photos disturb you, I would end now as the last
photograph below is graphic. I would scroll down no further. These men
died of a horrifying death. Does a human being deserve to die this
way. And for what? A $300 Mx Pesos ($21.00 USD) job? It kind of shows
one that life has no value within these TCOs. Life has no value in the
drug trade at all, whether trafficker, distributor or user. Drugs
totally destroys life. I wonder how much the assassins got paid. I
have to research this. Somehow this should demonstrate to everyone that
death is the only way out of a cartel. For those who use and get hooked
on drugs, death appears to the only way to become unhooked. It should
further demonstrate that with all of the billions of dollars floating
around in the drug trade in profits, only a few will earn it while the
masses in the trade will get paid peanuts before they die just as poor
as they were when they started in the trade. In the video I saw, the
nephew said they entered the drug trade to get rich. All they got was
dead. To my friends who are teachers, this is something your
students should be made aware of.
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