Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

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Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby alexalonso » December 17th, 2015, 2:40 pm

- Rene "Boxer" Enriquez is number one by far. He debriefed because he couldn't take an ass whooping that was certainly coming as he gave in the past

- and he goes out of his way to testify against other carnals that has nothing to do with his debriefing, Senon Grajeda, Eulalio "Lalo" Martinez (RIP) are two examples.


- Also Ramon "Mundo" Mendoza for his work on the first RICO and for testifying against Joe Morgan.

Who else?

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby Apathetic » December 27th, 2015, 11:26 pm

Angel Valencia.

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby alexalonso » May 23rd, 2016, 2:40 pm

Apathetic wrote:Angel Valencia.


I was unaware that Angel Valencia snitched. Do you have any information on that? What case? Who did he testify against?

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby Apathetic » May 24th, 2016, 7:58 am

alexalonso wrote:
Apathetic wrote:Angel Valencia.


I was unaware that Angel Valencia snitched. Do you have any information on that? What case? Who did he testify against?


Actually I'm not so sure that he snitched but he definitely dropped out and debriefed as stated by Rene Enriquez in The Black Hand. I think it was Enriquez who talked him into it.

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby bumperjack » May 31st, 2016, 1:28 am

Angel "stump" Valencia dropped out before Boxer!

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby bumperjack » May 31st, 2016, 1:32 am

If you debrief or drop out you have to become a rat period! that part some of you don't understand? Not ever members story is going to be accessable! Angel Stump Valencia is a rat, Snitch, drop out!

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Unread postby Apathetic » June 1st, 2016, 8:18 am

bumperjack wrote:If you debrief or drop out you have to become a rat period! that part some of you don't understand? Not ever members story is going to be accessable! Angel Stump Valencia is a rat, Snitch, drop out!


What do you mean accessable?

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby bumperjack » June 4th, 2016, 10:13 pm

Meaning it's not public record. For everyone to see. His debriefing Information from Law enforcement is what I mean by "accessable" When a member of a prison gang debriefs, it's not always accessable to the public.

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Unread postby Apathetic » June 5th, 2016, 12:38 am

Okay I understand, thanks.

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby currygoat » December 19th, 2016, 12:38 am

1. Ramon "Mundo" Mendoza
2. Rene "Boxer" Enriquez
3. Carlos "Pie Face" Ortega: 1st Eme member to break the code of silence. Testified against Gilbert "Shotgun" Sanchez in 1973. Sanchez was aquited.
4. Edward "Sailor Boy" Gonzales
5. Ernesto "Chuco" Castro: Wore a wire to many many high level meetings leading to the life without parole convictions of Benjamin "Topo" Peters, Raymond "Huero Shy" Shyrock, Daniel "Black Dan" Barela, Ruben "Tupi" Hernandez and many others.
6. Angel "Stump" Valenica
7. David "Chino" Del Gadillo
8. Jacques "Jacko" Padilla
9. Luis "Pelon" Marciel: Shot caller of the Mason Road murders.
10. Arthur "Artie" Guzman

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby alexalonso » January 9th, 2017, 2:28 pm

What about Brothers that actually testified against other Brothers. Angel "Stump" Valencia, Sal Buenrostro and several other have debriefed and some debriefers are clever enough to only provide information that the investigators already know, and yes, that's a form of snitching, but what about the ones that actually provide information for the prosecution? Ernesto "Chuco" Castro from VNE is a good example and so is Ramon "Mundo" Mendoza

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby alexalonso » January 9th, 2017, 2:35 pm

Ramon "Mundo" Mendoza in younger years. Became an Eme in 1970. He is still living on the low at an undisclosed location in the USA.
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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby bumperjack » January 15th, 2017, 5:11 pm

There is alot of defectors of the eme, even ones incarcerated for life. Two wrongs don't make it right.
The top ten snitches of the eme I believe are "them all" who debrief and defect" no one snitch is above or below any of them.Of you sign up for life and defect or debrief you will be running scared for the rest of your life. I went out with my love & Respects after 26 years in the life.

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Re: Top ten Mexican Mafia snitches

Unread postby razorman55 » April 17th, 2017, 6:41 pm

I suppose this Top 10 List of Snitches makes for interesting conversation, right up there with people asking which is the baddest prison gang of all time? Agree with Bumperjack's observations when he states "them all" who defect and debrief. The MM certainly does not give out trophies for the "Top 10" or any other category but you have some up there on the "prioritized" green light list. Only the MM knows who they have a historical "hard on" for. Mundo was beloved by many of his OG EME brethren when he was part of their family. Of course that love quickly turned to hate when he unexpectedly went south. When you're that close and trusted and then betray, there is a hurt-turned-to-hate that kicks in and makes it very personal. On the other side of the spectrum was "Boxer" Enriquez who had his EME detractors (for political and other reasons) and is despised mainly by the younger generation since those are primarily the carnales he has hurt/is hurting with his testimony.

"Running scared for the rest of your life." Most of the dropouts we've handled, including snitches and former cartel hit men are no longer in "the life" and these individuals not only pack but many of these people know how to handle situations and, although they do navigate carefully, they do not appear to be scared. In my view, the choice to pull away is very commendable. The consequences for remaining in "the life" certainly outweighed the decision to become a snitch for many. Otherwise they would not have snitched, one would think. Therefore, simply dropping out without snitching (as is apparently the case with you and many others) would appear to be the right road for someone who may wish to reenter the lifestyle? Or is it considered a manly accomplishment of perseverance?

As for a "made" prison gang member who takes the Death Oath to join and participate with his brothers for life with NO WAY OUT except through the cemetery, then receives a pass because the brothers exercise their discretion to do so, doesn't that sorta place an "escape clause" on the Death Oath? Interesting topics. I suppose the bottom line is: a prison gang can break their own rules if and when they choose to do so. After all, they made the rules themselves.


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