Buenavista, Michoacán: El Z-40 Threatens Judicial Judges

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Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, El Z-40, leader of Los Zetas, the most bloodthirsty cartel in Mexico, became relevant news again. After it was made known that alleged threats were made to members of the judiciary.

The warnings have been revealed on social networks and confirmed by the newspaper El Universal. They assure that there is fear among the judges in charge of the process against the criminal ringleader. A few days ago they received an authentic letter with El Z-40 handwriting in which he threatened them.

El Z-40 is currently being held at the prison #17 in Buenavista in the state of Michoacán. This is the prison that he was transferred to last July after accusing authorities from Puente Grande in Jalisco of trying to disappear or assassinate him. At that time, Miguel Ángel Treviño’s lawyer assured that his client was a victim of torture and cruel treatment.

In addition to the fact that the judges allegedly sought to carry out an extra judicial execution. Aside from the viciousness of his murders and engaging in drug trafficking. And other crimes such as migrant smuggling, kidnapping, and extortion.

The drug lord is responsible for ordering the kidnapping of 265 immigrants. Whose bodies were located in clandestine graves in the municipality of San Fernando, Tamaulipas in 2010.

The American journalist Alfredo Corchado, threatened by death from Los Zetas, tells in his book “Midnight in Mexico” that Miguel Ángel Treviño used to eat the heart of some of his victims while they were still alive. Believing that that would make him invisible. And he recruited his hitmen by forcing them to shoot a person at random.