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Texas EME kills bandidos MC

Unread post by mayugastank » February 7th, 2010, 7:07 pm

By Guillermo Contreras - Express-News They admitted to murder, but don't call them “snitches.”

Such is the case of Mexican Mafia gang members who have taken plea deals in a large federal racketeering case targeting the San Antonio-centered prison gang.

Mark “Kick Back” Alvarado and Leonard “Joker” Tremillo told U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia on Thursday that they admit to their own participation in enforcing the gang's brutal rules, which include killings.

With fellow member Billy “Wild Bill” Silva looking on, Alvarado and Tremillo pleaded guilty to conspiracy to participate in racketeering activity, including murder, among other charges. Silva expected to follow suit, but his plea hearing was rescheduled to next week after his lawyer did not attend Thursday.

Alvarado admitted shooting Mercie Brooks, a fellow member who had turned police informant, on Sept. 18, 2004. In exchange for his guilty plea, Alvarado agreed to 25 years in prison.

Tremillo admitted being involved in the beating and shooting death of Jesse “Psych” Medina and to shooting Robert “Beto” Gleason. Medina was found near Applewhite Road in south Bexar County on Feb. 18, 2004. Gleason's body was found in the 4600 block of Cassin Road on March 15, 2004. Tremillo agreed to do 27 years.

While admitting to the murders, Alvarado and Tremillo consulted with their lawyers after seeing language in their plea documents that implicated other gang members.

“Mr. Alvarado is only admitting to his own personal culpability, not anyone else's,” Alvarado's lawyer, Anthony Martin Smith, told Garcia. “He refuses to be a snitch or cooperate in any way.”

Tremillo's lawyer, John J. Ritenour Jr., told the judge, “We agree.”

The trepidation of Alvarado and Tremillo showed the power the gang has. The gang, also known as Mexikanemi, punishes cooperators with death.

Silva reached a plea deal last week in which he admits participating in the killings of fellow member Jose “Arte” Moreno and Henry “Guero” Cantu, a member of the Bandidos motorcycle gang. Silva agreed to a sentence of 25 years.

Moreno's headless body was unearthed Oct. 15, 2003, in far south Bexar County. He was suspected of cooperating with law officers. Cantu was shot outside a bar after he was confronted because he refused to pay an extortion tax to the Mexican Mafia.

Another member, Hector Martinez, has reached a plea deal in which he admits to conspiring with other members to kill Robert “Robe” Murillo on Aug. 2, 2004. Murillo was killed because he did not intervene when a high-ranking member of the gang, Daniel “Gumby” Leza, was attacked and slashed across the neck at a wedding.

Martinez agreed to a sentence of 23 years

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Re: Texas EME kills bandidos MC

Unread post by jeff » March 11th, 2010, 1:33 am

texas eme extort the bandidos?? or is this just an isolated incident?

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Unread post by mayugastank » March 31st, 2010, 10:14 pm

jeff wrote:texas eme extort the bandidos?? or is this just an isolated incident?

More then likely they extorted them I dont know though TEXAS. California almost all biker gangs white/brown are getting extorted when they refuse they get blasted. Mongols and Hells Angels both pay tribute to the EME

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Unread post by NateDogg » April 13th, 2010, 1:37 pm

I heard that the mongols got greenlighted for a while for not payin taxes, and that eventually they reached some kind of agreement with EME. Hells Angels never heard about them being taxed by anyone not that I think the HA could take them on they would probably be annihilated.

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Unread post by mayugastank » April 14th, 2010, 9:09 pm

NateDogg wrote:I heard that the mongols got greenlighted for a while for not payin taxes, and that eventually they reached some kind of agreement with EME. Hells Angels never heard about them being taxed by anyone not that I think the HA could take them on they would probably be annihilated.




Texas EME seems to be very highly regimented and organized.I dont remember any gang besides the COSA NOSTRA in the USA hitting so many snitches-although people like to pretend that snitches get killed it is the rarity. Federal Witness murder carrys a life sentence. Their are usually isolated incidents were snitches get killed -but these guys wiped out shitloads of them ,anyone who coopperated or whom they thought might be cooperating were wiped out. MORE TO COME>>>>>>

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