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VIDEO: American drone discovered “Chapitos” on the border: they killed him with “goat horns”

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Hermosillo.- On January 16, a freelancer A narco camp of hitmen captured, reportedly “chapitos“, just 300 meters from boundary between Sonora and Arizona, criminals answered Spray to equipment with their AK-47 rifles,”goat horn,

The video was released by Newsmax journalist Jason Jones, a correspondent for the issues boundary on this television station in the United States.

A makeshift camp of a group, in images taken by a private security company hooded youth, They are located on a flat area of ​​a mountain and at a distance of 300 meters you can see the metal fence that separates Mexico from the United States.

“It’s from the people”little boys, They have already seen us, they are calling someone”, the voice of the person driving the car is heard. freelancerJoe warns that they also carry rifles.

“They have rifles. Going shot Now”, the person says, while three hooded men can be seen pointing at the camera in the image freelancer why shot,

The journalist had posted this video on his Twitter account on January 16. warnings about the smuggling of drugs such as fentanyl and methamphetamine (crystal) from Mexico into the United States, primarily due to boundary between Sonora and Arizona,

Plaza for crossing of drugs to Sonora, US

According to the Insight Crimes organization, Sonora has established itself as the main air traffic corridor for synthetic drugs in the United States.

Over the past year, Mexican authorities have increasingly seized planes with drugs. fentanyl and methamphetamineBut it also happens by land with loaded trucks or simple mules that move to passenger buses or private vehicles that try to cross checkpoints and border ports.

is the main operator sinaloa cartelBut the opposite group also operated in the northern region of Sonora, the caborca ​​cartelWho wants to win the place for drug route in the neighboring country.

In the last visit to Sonora by the United States Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, he announced a $3.4 million investment to combat fentanyl smuggling across the border.

“Part of what we are doing is sharing as partners the challenge that we have in all aspects, it was not always like this, but now President Biden has the idea as a directive that we have to work with Join hands with Mexico as partners and friends,” he said during his visit in November 2022.

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