In the narco-message that they left with the remains, the following could be read: “This happened to me because I did not understand that all Guanajuato already has an owner and the only company that is in command is the CJNG of Mr. Mencho and we are going for you: Warris, Calaca, China , Cañas, Mauricio and Diego Estefanìa, Atte: CJNG, Grupo Élite ”
An elderly woman was interrogated and later dismembered by drug traffickers from the Elite Group of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) in the municipality of Cortazar in the state of Guanajuato, in Mexico.
In the scenes the woman appears blindfolded and after the questioning her dismembered body appears along with a narco-message for allegedly selling drugs known as ” jale azule”.
The woman appears blindfolded. “Was it clear who is in charge in Guanajuato?” They ask. Then they cut her apart. They also said: “We do not work with the Government,” says CJNG leader on video. Asked her not to support “El Marro”. The CJNG Elite Group accused the woman of operating for ”El Marro” , the CSRL cartel and huachicolero leader whom they are war with.
CJNG’s “El Mencho” and CSRL’s “El Marro”
The interrogator asks her: “Has it become clear to you who is in charge here? in Guanajuato? ”, to which the victim responds: “ The Jalisco New Generation Cartel, CJNG” and that is when the recording is cut and images of the lifeless woman appear.
In the narco-message that they left with her remains, the following could be read:
“This happened to me because I did not understand that all Guanajuato already has an owner and the only company that is in command is the CJNG of Mr. Mencho and we are going for you: Warris, Calaca, China , Cañas, Mauricio and Diego Estefanìa, Atte: CJNG, Grupo Élite ”(sic).
Until now, the identity of the woman between 50 and 60 years of age, who was mercilessly murdered by CJNG members, is unknown.
The execution is recorded a few days after a subject, who calls himself “The Double R” or “The R2”, leader of the Elite Group of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, said that it will not be for long that the war continues in Guanajuato. He threatened that the days of José Antonio Yépez Ortiz, alias “El Marro”, leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel (CSRL), are numbered.
He insisted that the attacks on innocents are reprehensible and blamed the majority of them by people from the CSRL and called on all the people who support the “Kills innocents” of “El Marro” to stop doing it, because he promises to clean it up. will continue.
NOTE: There is supposed to be a Video, but for the life of me I cannot find it nor does it work.
Perhaps someone can try the LaOpinion link at top.