Criminals similar to or like Francisco Rafael Arellano Félix

Mexican drug lord and former leader of the Tijuana Cartel, a drug trafficking organization. Wikipedia

  • Mexican drug trafficker and former leader of the Mexican criminal organization known as the Tijuana Cartel or "Arellano-Félix Organization". One of Mexico's most powerful drug lords and the supplier of one-third of the U.S.'s cocaine. Wikipedia

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  • Juan José Esparragoza Moreno

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  • Convicted Mexican drug lord and former leader of the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel, a drug trafficking organization. One of Mexico's most-wanted drug lords. Wikipedia

  • Convicted Mexican drug lord who formed the Guadalajara Cartel in the 1980s, and controlled almost all of the drug trafficking in Mexico and the corridors along the Mexico–United States border. Arrested for the murder of Drug Enforcement Administration agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who was tortured to death on one of Félix Gallardo's ranches. Wikipedia

  • Mexican suspected drug lord and former leader of the Juárez Cartel, a drug trafficking organization. Based in Chihuahua, one of the primary transportation routes for billions of dollars' worth of illegal drug shipments entering the United States from Mexico annually. Wikipedia

  • Mexican drug trafficker who co-founded the now-disintegrated Guadalajara Cartel with Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo and other drug traffickers in the 1970s. Brother of fellow drug trafficker Miguel Caro Quintero, the founder and former leader of the defunct Sonora Cartel. Wikipedia

  • Former Mexican drug lord and leader of the Tijuana Cartel involved in drug-smuggling operations from Mexico to the United States. One of the three large Mexican drug cartels, along with the Gulf Cartel and the Juárez Cartel. Wikipedia

  • Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán

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  • Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada

    Mexican suspected drug lord and leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, an international crime syndicate based in Sinaloa state, Mexico. Before he assumed leadership of the entire cartel, he served as the logistical coordinator for its Zambada-García faction, which has overseen the trafficking of cocaine and heroin into Chicago and other US cities by train, ship, jet, or narco-submarine. Wikipedia

  • Incarcerated Mexican drug lord with the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel. Created by the four Beltrán Leyva brothers: Carlos, Héctor, Alfredo and Arturo. Wikipedia

  • Former Mexican drug lord and high-ranking leader of La Familia Michoacana, a drug trafficking organization which is based in Michoacán, Mexico. Allegedly in charge of operations under La Familia leaders Nazario Moreno González and José de Jesús Méndez Vargas, who are both on Mexico's most-wanted list of drug suspects. Wikipedia

  • Mexican surgeon by training and one of the Arellano-Félix brothers who led the criminal organization known as the Tijuana Cartel. In charge of the money laundering operations on behalf of the Tijuana Cartel through several of their companies, such as real estate, construction, night clubs, money exchange houses and retailing shops located in Mazatlán, Guadalajara and Mexico City. Wikipedia

  • Fausto Isidro Meza Flores

    Mexican drug lord and high-ranking leader of the Beltrán Leyva Cartel, a drug trafficking organization. Also the alleged leader of Los Mazatlecos and was right-hand man of the now deceased drug lord Héctor and the incarcerated Alfredo Beltrán Leyva. Wikipedia

  • Organized crime figure and the leader of the Mexican drug trafficking organization known as the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel, which is headed by the Beltrán Leyva brothers: Marcos Arturo, Carlos, Alfredo and Héctor. Responsible for cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine production, transportation and wholesaling. Wikipedia

  • Suspected Mexican drug trafficker, assassin and the leader of "Las Fuerzas Especiales de Los Dámaso", an enforcer group of the Sinaloa Cartel. Allegedly responsible for over 150 murders in Mexico and multiple outbreaks of violence in La Paz. Wikipedia

  • Mexican suspected drug lord and a former leader in the criminal group Los Zetas, then the armed side of the Gulf Cartel. Apprehended in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, on 14 March 2009. Wikipedia

  • Current leader of the Mexican gang called La Línea, which is the armed wing of the drug trafficking organization known as the Juárez Cartel and is said to be the current leader of the organization. Currently offering a $2 million USD bounty for information leading to his capture. Wikipedia

  • Enrique Plancarte Solís

    Mexican drug lord and high-ranking leader of the Knights Templar Cartel, a drug cartel headquartered in the state of Michoacán. Top leader of the split-off group La Familia Michoacana. Wikipedia

  • Former Mexican drug trafficker and lieutenant of the La Familia Michoacana ("Michoacán Family") drug cartel. Arrested by the Mexican military on 29 December 2008, and was succeeded by Rafael Cedeño Hernández, who was also arrested on 20 April 2009. Wikipedia

  • Colombian drug lord who was one of the leaders of the notorious Medellín Cartel along with the Ochoa Brothers and Pablo Escobar. Acknowledged as one of the world's most successful drug dealers. Wikipedia

  • Mexican drug lord and former leader of the Knights Templar Cartel, a criminal organization based in the state of Michoacán. Former leader and founder member of La Familia Michoacana drug cartel, the split-off group of the Knights Templar. Wikipedia

  • Mexican drug lord and former leader of the now disbanded La Familia drug cartel, headquartered in the state of Michoacán. Allegedly killed in a shootout with Mexican Federal Police on December 9, 2010. Wikipedia

  • Major narcotics trafficker who has been credited with being one of the first to connect Mexican drug traffickers with the Colombian cocaine cartels. This connection paved the way for a major increase in the amount of cocaine smuggled into the United States during the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s. Wikipedia

  • Mexican drug lord and high-ranking leader of Los Zetas. On 24 March 2010, the United States Department of the Treasury sanctioned Nájera Talamantes under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (sometimes referred to simply as the "Kingpin Act"), for his involvement in drug trafficking along with fifty-three other international criminals and ten foreign entities. Wikipedia

  • Mexican Gang member who became a criminal and a high-ranking member of the Logan Heights Gang at the service of Ramon Arellano Felix, one of the Tijuana Cartel's drug lords. Member of the Barrio Logan Heights gang and later the Mexican Mafia prison gang who committed his first murder at the age of 16. Wikipedia

  • Mexican drug lord, federal police commander of the Direccion Federal de Seguridad (DFS) in Mexico, and one of the Juárez Cartel co-founders. Killed in April 1987, during a cross-border raid by Mexican Federal Police helicopters in the Rio Grande village of Santa Elena, Chihuahua, Rafael Aguilar Guajardo made Amado Carrillo Fuentes his second-in-command. Wikipedia

  • Leader of the Colima Cartel, a Mexican methamphetamine and precursor drug smuggling organization. On June 1, 1998, Luis and Jesús Amezcua were arrested in Guadalajara by agents from the Mexican counter-narcotics agency, Fiscalia Especial Para Atencion a los Delitos Contra la Salud (FEADS). Wikipedia

  • Juan Carlos Ramírez Abadía

    Drug trafficker who, until his capture, was one of the leaders of the North Valley Cartel (Norte del Valle Cartel), who was wanted on drug smuggling, murder and RICO charges in the United States of America. Believed Ramírez also participated in money laundering and trafficking of heroin. Wikipedia

  • Former Mexican drug lord who founded and led an organized crime syndicate called La Familia Michoacana. Close friend and associate of Osiel Cárdenas Guillén, the former leader of the Gulf Cartel. Wikipedia

Sentences

Sentences forFrancisco Rafael Arellano Félix

  • All brothers are now either captured, killed by police, or in prison except for Francisco Rafael Arellano Félix and Luis Fernando Arellano Félix.Continuing Criminal Enterprise Statute-Wikipedia
  • While in Los Cabos, Aréchiga Gamboa reportedly ordered the murder of Francisco Rafael Arellano Félix, a former leader of the Tijuana Cartel, on 18 October 2013.José Rodrigo Aréchiga Gamboa-Wikipedia
  • The agency used the DNA samples the government had on its database of his relatives who were also involved in organized crime: his uncles Ramón, Benjamín, and Francisco Rafael Arellano Félix, along with his alleged mother Enedina.Luis Fernando Sánchez Arellano-Wikipedia
  • Enedina is the sister of former cartel leaders Benjamín, Carlos, Eduardo, Francisco Javier, Francisco Rafael and Ramón.Enedina Arellano Félix-Wikipedia

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