Violent Gangster/Killer will be Held until his Federal Trial


September 8, 2022, 10:51 pm

By: ABQRAW staff

Posted: 9/9/2022 @ 4:45PM

Albuquerque –

This week there were documents filed by the the United States Attorney’s of New Mexico outlining how dangerous Jesse Young, of Albuquerque, is to the public. The US attorney made it clear with a motion to keep him detained inside a federal facility until his trial.

Jesse Young was the only person federally charged in a large multi agency law enforcement raid led by the FBI which hauled in over $6 million dollars worth of cash, drugs, weapons, and property. Raid details: Click here

The motion outlines how Young admitted that he resided at the residence, that the methamphetamine, fentanyl, and firearms all belonged to him, that he knew he was a convicted felon, and therefore he was prohibited from possessing those firearms, and that he also sold methamphetamine and fentanyl.

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Some of the evidence outlined in the federal documents that included bags of drugs, large sum of cash, and hand grenades/improvised explosive devices.

The court documents go on to say, agents additionally located approximately 24 firearms of various makes and calibers located throughout the residence. Some of these firearms appear to be short barrel rifles and machine guns, firearms that no civilian is permitted to have outside the provisions of the National Firearms Act. Agents also located what appear to be improvised explosive devices and body armor.

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McAllister was killed on August 5th, 2022 at 3500 Eastern Ave SE

On August 5th, 2022, Marvin McAllister was killed in SE Albuquerque at an apartment complex. It was the 105th homicide of the year and federal prosecutors say it was a Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (“SNM”) member M.M. who was killed pursuant to a “hit or be hit” directive to locate and kill SNM cooperators who worked with the government during five federal RICO/VICAR trials against SNM members.


Two confidential human sources correctly tied Young to a double homicide in 2012 where it was alleged that Young killed two people, one because he was a “snitch,” and he then burned the bodies inside of a vehicle.

The Judge ruled in favor of the motion to keep Young behind bars till his trial due to the many dangerous past crimes connected to Youngs criminal history. Young is facing 10 years to life in federal prison for these allegations.


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