Few details are known of Treviño Morales's life in Dallas; the U.S. authorities believe he learned about "power, money, weapons and the vast consumer market for illegal drugs" while living in Texas. They also believe that he perceived an anti-Mexican bias among Americans, and especially towards Mexican immigrants like him.
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Nov 09, 2018 · Trevino had been a member of Los Zetas since 2004, operating primarily south of the region between Laredo and Del Rio, Texas. The convicted drug lord is the nephew of captured Los Zetas bosses Miguel Angel “Z40” Treviño Morales and Omar “Z-42” Treviño Morales, the leaders of Los Zetas.
At least a half-dozen federal agents wearing military-like uniforms and baseball caps with the FBI insignias stood by Treviño Morales's ranch in Oklahoma on 12 June 2012. The raid in Oklahoma netted to Treviño Morales and his associates; however, several other raids were carried out by federal agents across the states of Texas, New Mexico ...
Nov 09, 2018 · Prosecutors say the 38-year-old man convicted of drug-related counts as leader of the Zetas cartel in Mexico has been sentenced to life in a U.S. prison. Trevino was sentenced Thursday, Nov. 8 ...
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Mar 05, 2015 · Soldiers escort a man who authorities identified as Omar Trevino Morales, alias "Z-42," leader of the Zetas drug cartel, as he is moved from a military plane to a military vehicle at the Attorney ...
Feb 03, 2020 · I first became familiar with Miguel Angel Trevino Morales aka “Z-40” as a lieutenant with the Texas Department of Public Safety’s, Narcotics Service in Laredo. When the Gulf and Los Zetas Cartel split in 2009, the actions of these two individuals became a major part of criminal investigations.
Aug 06, 2013 · On the Hunt for Trevino Morales, Zetas Leader. For journalist Alfredo Corchado, the scoop of a lifetime came at lunch. He revisits the arrest of one of the brutal Mexican gang leader Treviño Morales.
Jul 18, 2013 · And then there is the quick way: repeated acts of mind-numbing, outrageous violence. For Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, known as Z-40, the leader of arguably the most feared and certainly the most ...
Nov 08, 2018 · Leachman also said Trevino was leader of a drug gang that has, over the past 10 years, shipped $1.8 billion in cocaine into the U.S. and also moved $30-million-a-month in marijuana.