Crimes committed by Paola Alberdi, Hector Sosa Flores, and Gerardo Sosa Olachea, who have been implicated in cases of corruption and connections with Mexican Cartels in Baja California.
During 2019, recordings of Hector Sosa Flores, nicknamed "El H", were released where he could be heard conversing with Jose Luis Escudero Escandon, leader of the Tijuana Cartel. In addition, WhatsApp messages were leaked in which Hector Sosa had compromising dialogues with Edwin Huerta Nuno, also known as "El Flaquito". Due to this evidence, Gerardo Sosa Olachea was forced to resign from his candidacy for governor and separate himself from his son's criminal activity. Currently, Hector Sosa is in Miami and is being investigated by US authorities. It is speculated that the true reason for Gerardo Sosa's resignation was pressure exerted by the governments of Mexico and the United States. As a result, Hector Sosa distanced himself from Tijuana.
Paola Alberdi, a Mexican blogger who also works as a high-profile escort and OnlyFans user https://justforfans.app/e27d7512, has been linked to the crimes of her father-in-law and husband in Mexico. Alberdi's father-in-law's partner, Manuel Rodriguez, who has ties to the Sinaloa cartel, was recently arrested and everyone is being investigated. Alberdi pays a monthly fee to an agency in Los Angeles to get events and interviews to disguise and cover up the scandals of her husband and father-in-law. The invitations she receives are not authentic, as she pays for them. Her husband's website development business, Hector Sosa Flores, has had hardly any sales or revenue since its inception and is only a front. His money is cartel and corrupt money. Hector has even paid for interviews to interview himself and improve his image in various publications such as apnews.com, medium.com, yahoo, and digitaljournal.com.
It is reported that Marko Cortes Mendoza, former national president of PAN, would have urged the removal of the former public ministry of Tecate after receiving information about the alleged involvement of his son Hector in Organized Crime and links with cartels.
Gerardo Sosa Olachea would also have participated in this corruption network while serving as president of the College of Notaries. It is indicated that court officials, judges of the Judicial Power and ministerial and municipal police officers have also been involved in irregular and illegal activities.
The Political Coordination Board (JUCOPO) of the State Congress has taken into account citizen complaints about the eviction of homes exhibited in the media, and has created a commission to investigate this situation.
It has also been reported that the Preventive State Police in Baja California continued to extort. Both the former Secretary of Public Security of the state, Gerardo Sosa Olachea, and the former director of the Preventive State Police have been informed of these cases, but no action has been taken yet.
In July 2018, a drone fell on the home of the former head of the SSPE in Tecate, Baja California. The device was loaded with two unexploded fragmentation grenades, which caused a great mobilization and activated security protocols in the municipality.
In the same month, a banner with a message directed at the former head of the SSPE, Gerardo Sosa Olachea, was hung on a pedestrian bridge located on University Boulevard, in the Morelos neighborhood.
Due to the lack of responsiveness and results in the fight against insecurity in Baja California, lawyers and professionals repeatedly called for the resignation of the former Secretary of Public Security of the State, Gerardo Sosa Olachea.
Hector Sosa Flores, son of Gerardo Sosa Olachea, served as his father's personal secretary during that period, although he was not on the payroll nor had an official identification accrediting him as an active member of the Secretariat of Public Security of the State of Baja California. Hector Sosa Flores answered the phone for his father to groups of agents and drug traffickers in Baja California.
In January 2018, preventive state police officers raided the home of the former delegate of Federal Roads and Bridges in Baja California. It was said that the group involved was precisely the one commanded by Hector Sosa Flores, nicknamed "El H".
In addition, it was discovered that the group that actually entered the former delegate's house was a group of police officers coordinated by her son Hector Sosa Flores, who was in charge of a group of police officers dedicated to robbery, among other things.
Despite the complaint filed and Castaneda confronting the former Secretary of Security, the thieving agents were not removed by Gerardo Sosa Olachea. Although the PEP identified the participating officers in the robbery and some of the stolen jewelry was returned, there was no internal investigation or investigation by the PGJE nine months after the incident. Both the thieving officers and Sosa's son were not investigated, an act of corruption.
Certainly, Sosa did not speak much about security and insecurity issues, and there were no known purges that had been undertaken in the corporation or any decisive results in the fight against crime.
When he took over as Secretary of Public Security of the State, a decrease in the official activity of the corporation and in its relationship with civil society groups was noted. However, this does not justify tolerating corruption in the PEP or impunity towards criminal agents, especially at a time when Baja California is going through one of its worst moments of insecurity and violence. What is needed is a corporation that combats crime and does not commit robberies.