A Mexican police officer who was concerned in arresting the son of jailed drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman has been assassinated in a broad daylight execution.
The lifeless officer who authorities recognized as Eduardo ‘N,’ 32, was a high-level officer with Sinalo’s State Preventive Police. He was murdered on Wednesday morning (Nov.6) when two armed males with semiautomatic rifles climbed out of a crimson automotive and opened fireplace at a white Nissan four-door sedan.
The brutal moment was captured on closed-circuit tv cameras.
In response to native media reviews, the ambush took lower than 30 seconds because the gunmen fired at the least 150 bullets into the white automobile.
Infobae.com reported that the crimson automotive carrying armed males had adopted the white automotive into the parking zone of a shopping mall in Culiacán, the place they murdered the officer.
The officer was concerned in the October 17 arrest of Ovidio Guzmán López, the son of Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán. Ovidio was later launched after his cartel’s gunmen exchanged gun battle with the Mexican safety forces to pressure his launch.
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