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  • Other infamous former agents includes Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, who after the dissolution of the agency, later on became the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel which in 2011 was named as the most powerful drug trafficking organisation in the world.Dirección Federal de Seguridad-Wikipedia
  • Peña escaped from a prison in Sinaloa on March 16, 2017 with four other suspects, including alleged Ántrax member Rafael Guadalupe Félix Núñez (alias "Changuito Ántrax") and Juan José Esparragoza Monzón, son of Juan José Esparragoza Moreno.Los Ántrax-Wikipedia
  • After several meetings in 2002 with Guzman and his partners, Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno, and Ismael Zambada Garcia, the group formed what became known as The Federation, or the "Alianza de Sangre" (Blood Alliance); Alfredo Beltran Leyva is married to Guzman's cousin.Beltrán-Leyva Cartel-Wikipedia
  • Guzmán convened a meeting in Monterrey with Ismael Zambada García ("El Mayo"), Juan José Esparragoza Moreno ("El Azul") and Arturo Beltrán Leyva.Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán-Wikipedia
  • Vicente formed a partnership with Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, his brother Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes, his nephew Vicente Carrillo Leyva, Ricardo Garcia Urquiza and the Beltrán Leyva brothers.Vicente Carrillo Fuentes-Wikipedia
  • He is said to have first worked for the drug traffickers Pedro Avilés Pérez and Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo before forming the Guadalajara Cartel with Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, and others in the late 1970s.Rafael Caro Quintero-Wikipedia
  • During the 1980s, the leading crime syndicate in Mexico was the Guadalajara Cartel, which was headed by Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (alias "El Padrino" or "The Godfather"), Rafael Caro Quintero, Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo (alias "Don Neto"), Juan José Esparragoza Moreno (alias El Azul, "The Blue One") and others.Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán-Wikipedia
  • After the death of Carrillo Fuentes, Coronel, Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno "El Azul" and Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada broke away from the Juarez cartel and joined the Sinaloa cartel, which regained its status as Mexico’s top cartel in 2001 after El Chapo Guzman’s escape from prison in Puente Grande, Jalisco.Ignacio Coronel Villarreal-Wikipedia
  • Vicente Carrillo Fuentes then formed a partnership with Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, his brother Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes, his nephew Vicente Carrillo Leyva, Ricardo Garcia Urquiza, and formed an alliance with other drug lords such as Ismael "Mayo" Zambada in Sinaloa and Baja California, the Beltrán Leyva brothers in Monterrey, and Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in Nayarit, Sinaloa and Tamaulipas.Juárez Cartel-Wikipedia
  • Some believe that narcoculture originated in the highlands of Sinaloa, where many of the famous drug lords were born, such as the Beltran Leyva brothers, Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo "Don Neto", Rafael Caro Quintero, and Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno "El Azul".Narcoculture in Mexico-Wikipedia
  • Reportedly, Moreno González met with several other high-ranking drug lords, including Fernando Sánchez Arellano of the Tijuana Cartel; Juan José Esparragoza Moreno of the Sinaloa Cartel; and Ezequiel Cárdenas Guillén of the Gulf Cartel.Nazario Moreno González-Wikipedia
  • But Juan José Esparragoza Moreno and El Chapo Guzmán were persuasive in moving on into Nuevo Laredo and the rest of Tamaulipas.2012 Nuevo Laredo massacres-Wikipedia

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