CONFIRM DEATH OF LEADER OF LOS ZETAS, HERIBERTO LAZCANO LAZCANO, STEAL THE CORPSE!
The body of the leader of Los Zetas
Mexico FEDERAL DISTRICT
By: Tomas Rojas Madrid
Early today, official sources confirmed to ALARM! the news. As others pointed out later that the corpse of the capo was rescued by an armed Sabinas a funeral.
The responsibility for the disappearance of the body would be the responsibility of the Government Attorney Ruben Moreira, wrapped in scandal and execution of his nephew and state government official, Eduardo Moreira, son of his brother Humberto, former governor and former national leader PRI.
According to sources, the federal agents had taken fingerprints and photographs of the corpses to compare them with the official databases criminals and have confirmed that it was “The Lazca”.
It was learned last night that the leader of the criminal organization calling itself as “Los Zetas was killed in a road of progress, Coahuila.
According to federal reports, the operation was directed against Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano.
The confrontation occurred on Sunday afternoon on the road to Progreso Sabinas, Coahuila, killing two suspected members of the criminal organization.
It is noteworthy that in 2009, the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) offered a reward of 30 million dollars for his capture.
In this drug lord is responsible for hundreds of deaths and executions resulting from a struggle for control of territories to the sale and transfer of drugs.
Heriberto Lazcano was one of the most wanted by U.S. and Mexican authorities, and the authorities of the northern neighbor also offered a reward of $ 5 million.
Heriberto Lazcano, alias “El Lazca” or “Z-3″, is designated by the Attorney General’s Office as the leader of ‘Los Zetas’, in 2002 after the death of Arturo Guzmán Decena (Z-1), Rogelio Gonzalez catching Pizaña (Z-2) and Osiel Cardenas Guillen in 2003.
Beginning in 2003 he became the leader of ‘Los Zetas’ and his death would mean the greatest blow that gives the federal government during this administration against organized crime.
Lazcano was a soldier of the Mexican Army and reached the rank of corporal Infantry, which was for seven years, leaving in 1998 to engage in criminal activities.
He was recruited by the Gulf Cartel by fellow former soldier Arturo Guzmán Decena, ‘The Z-1′, and alleged founder of ‘Los Zetas’.
He is considered responsible for the murder of Francisco Ortiz Franco, co-editor of the weekly Zeta, also held to the order to kill 49 people in Cadereyta, in order to incriminate the Gulf Cartel.
In September, federal authorities were about to capture the leader of ‘Los Zetas’ at the airport in Merida, Yucatan, while traveling aboard a Cessna, XA-ATA plates.
In April, the military conducted an operation to capture ‘The Lazca’ during a private concert in Coahuila, but failed.
‘The Lazca’ is prone to violence and betrayal, as highlighted in a brief prepared by the criminal profile PGR based on testimonies of people who know him.
At the age of 24 he left the Army to enter the world of drug trafficking. The March 27, 1998, according to records of the Ministry of National Defense, Lazcano ordered their army when it had reached the rank of corporal Infantry.
Lazcano was erroneously reported dead on September 5, 2007 during a clash with soldiers in Tamaulipas, however, it emerged that Lazcano was still alive and still went to ‘Los Zetas’.
Lazcano is considered responsible for hundreds of murders, and is thought to have been the triggerman in dozens of killings of rival traffickers, police.
Reports in September 2008 indicate that Heriberto Lazcano reached a collaboration agreement with the Beltran Leyva brothers and Vicente Carrillo Fuentes of the Juarez Cartel.
Authorities in Mexico qualifying as a murderer Lazcano violent and even rumored that one of its properties has wild animals like tigers and lions, which sometimes has fed his victims, especially federal agents.
Now the Navy says there is sufficient evidence to say that Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano have died.
The Navy Department confirmed that one of the bodies of people killed last Sunday in Sabinas, Coahuila, Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano belongs to, alias “El Lazca” founding leader of the criminal organization “Los Zetas”.
“In reaching the release 196/12 issued by the institution yesterday, where the gloom reports of two suspected members of organized crime, the Navy reported the signs that one of the bodies belongs to Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano (a) “The Lazca” founding leader of the criminal organization “Los Zetas” he says.
“When you search on the fingerprint databases of fingerprints thumb, index and middle, taken from the right hand of one of the criminals killed, yielding the following demographics:
NAME: Heriberto Lazcano
YEAR OF BIRTH: 1975
HEIGHT: 1.60 CMS “
The Semar said that “the analysis of photographic images of criminal killed annexed to this statement, show that the facial features match those of Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano”.
He stressed that “the information and samples collected during the autopsy, is continued for expert evidence.
The ministry said that “with respect to releases in various media relating to the location of the criminals killed, this dependence confirms what was said in the press release 196/12, in the sense that in addition to material, were made provision of relevant local authorities, integrating APP/535/2012 Preliminary Investigation on the First Mesa of the Public Ministry in Sabinas, Coahuila. “