Mexico's deadliest drug cartel has begun using drones to drop bombs on its rivals in a turf war. Video footage captured the moment a drone dropped several small bombs onto a small camp of people in Michoacán, Mexico. After the first bomb explodes onto a makeshift tent, about a dozen people can be seen running away from the site. Moments later three small bombs drop from the drone in the area surrounding the camp and explode in small fireballs, lighting a blaze amongst the nearby foliage.The attack is believed to have been carried out by the New Generation Cartel,...
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Drug Cartel in Mexico Using Drones to Bomb Rivals and Towns Caught on Camera. The Jalisco New Generation Cartel has released videos of their drones dropping bombs in an attack. They have allegedly used drones to bomb towns and villages as well as rival drug cartels. NOTICE: All persons depicted...
Drug Cartel in Mexico Terrorizing Residents of Towns Caught on Camera. The Jalisco New Generation Cartel was caught on camera conducting a nighttime attack on a small town. Cartel gunmen went door to door kicking in doors and used armed drones to drop bombs. The repeated attacks have caused many towns to be de-populated due to residents permanently fleeing and becoming refugees.
Mexican Drug Cartel Admits Killing a Mayor, Warns Soccer Star Turned Governor of More Political Assassinations Over His Alleged Links to Criminal Groups
A Mexican drug cartel claimed responsibility for the shooting death of a city mayor in Mexico just 10 days after he was inaugurated. The Daily Mail reported that Benjamin Lopez Palacios, who was sworn in on January 1 as mayor of the Xoxocotla city, was gunned down at his home on January 11.
A video that went viral this week appears to show a Mexican drug cartel dropping multiple bombs on a rival cartel using an aerial drone. The footage shows a birds-eye view of the scene as multiple bombs are dropped on several tents, forcing their occupants to flee. The Mexican news outlet El País reported that the Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel (CJNG) is responsible for the attack, which took place in Tepalcatepec, Michoacan.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams on Thursday announced the arrests of several suspects involved in a major drug operation in Jacksonville. Williams said large shipments of cocaine came to Jacksonville from Puerto Rico and were being shipped up the east coast. The drug operation shipped cocaine as...
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A man who pleaded guilty to operating a major drug ring that linked the Tri-State to a Mexican drug cartel will spend 25 years in federal prison. Donte Holdbrook was busted in a drug and money-laundering conspiracy in 2018. The feds said he dealt heroin and fentanyl and had fentanyl on him when busted during a traffic stop.
A deadly Mexican drug cartel has sworn to protect the citizens of the region where it operates, but threatened to kill rival gang members and city criminals in a chilling video. Armed members of the La Sierra cartel in Iguala, Guerrero have issued death threats against La Bandera gangsters and...
Mexican drug cartels are known for not having limits when it comes to violence. A recent video footage revealed that drug cartels in Mexico have even started using drones in their attacks on other cartels. The CJNG cartel attacked security forces back in July 2020 with suicide drones loaded with...
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Holdbrook was among 12 people charged in March 2018 with helping the Sinaloa Cartel sell fentanyl in southwestern Ohio.
TIJUANA (Border Report) — The governor of Baja California has announced that 2,000 members of Mexico’s National Guard will be sent to Tijuana to help police agencies patrol the streets and maintain public safety. The troops will be posted in some areas along the border but primarily in...