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Roberto Salazar II, the US Marine who aided drug traffickers and fell in love with the vanity of narcocorrido

This April 21st sentence was handed down to former United States Marine, Roberto Salazar II, who he became drug dealer: He was carrying out his narcocorrido.

The southern California prosecutor’s office reports it in a statement, this after Roberto Salazar II he will plead guilty in October 2022of the crimes charged against him.

Including conspiracy to import and distribute drugs such as fentanyl, as well as betraying his oath.

Roberto Salazar II: United States Marine who became a drug trafficker

Roberto Salazar II, 26, is a former United States Marine who was sentenced to 144 months (12 years) prison for being involved in the crime of drug trafficking since then imported various drugs from Mexico to the United States.

Also, due to this crime and according to US authorities, Roberto Salazar II contacted a Mexican singer-songwriter to have him perform a narcocorrido for him, boasting that “I wanted to be a soldier, but I liked the fast life better.”

Also, as pointed out by the federal prosecutor Randy Grossmannnot only did he betray his oath to defend his nation, but he recruited other marines to do the same.

And is that Roberto Salazar II’s modus operandi was through the use of messengers who transported vehicles with a secret compartment in the engine, so they could enter the United States, the place where they sold the drugs.

Former Marine who led a double life as a drug trafficker sentenced to 12 years; Defendant contacted Mexican singer-songwriter to glorify him in Narco-Ballad

— US Attorney CAS (@SDCAnews) April 21, 2023

“Exmarine leading a double life as a drug trafficker sentenced to 12 years; The defendant contacted a Mexican singer-songwriter to glorify him in narcobalada”

California tax.

Authorities name Robert Salazar II as a drug trafficker and traitor to the United States

In the US prosecutor’s statement, various authorities expressed themselves who defined Roberto Salazar II not only as a criminal, but also as a traitor to the United States.

Chad Plantz, special agent of the San Diego Homeland Security Investigation (HSI). He said that while it’s disheartening to find a criminal hiding in his “prestigious army,” his conviction will serve as a cautionary tale.

In turn, Sidney K. Aki, director of field operations for the San Diego Field Office, said he not only breached his duty but also jeopardized integrity and “dishonored the public trust.”

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US authorities point out that Roberto Salazar II has violated his oath in the navy. (Mark Tegerthoff)

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