drug traffickers that are rampant in Mexico, it is without doubt the most feared. Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, better known under the pseudonym of El Mencho (diminutive of his first name), head of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), the criminal organization of the most dangerous in the country, is the most wanted man in Mexico and one of the main targets of the United States. For any information that could lead to his arrest, the american federal agency of struggle against drug trafficking, the DEA, provides the sum of $ 10 million.
Assassination of a judge, attack against a high official, video, full of threats, the largest drug cartel in Mexico has openly defied the authorities, while multiplying the shares with the population, such as food distribution during the crisis of the sars coronavirus.
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A hospital in a remote village
In the framework of the tracking of the suspect drug-dealer, the mexican authorities have discovered last week, in a remote area, infrastructure magnitude : a private hospital owned by the head of the cartel. According to the Guardian, a report of the local authorities reported the construction of a hospital in a small village located 250 km from Guadalajara, the capital of Jalisco. It is common for traffickers, mexicans and south americans to indulge in the services of doctors and caregivers in order to avoid to get in a public institution in case of problems.
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But El Mencho would, it seems, decided to put in place a health system in its network of hiding places located in the middle of the countryside, in particular for treatment of renal disease. According to mexican media, the employees of the baron of the drug and the inhabitants of the surrounding area also use this hospital.
last June, the north american social networks are scurrying to the announcement, non-verified, of the death of El Mencho. According to The World, a video claimed first that he had succumbed to a military attack, while others claimed that the suspect drug-dealer had died of kidney failure. This information will never be confirmed.