This Sunday, September 26, images on social networks showed that the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, dawned with narcomantas presumably from Gulf Cartel (CDG). “This goes to all the filthy backstabbers and don’trestes,” the text begins.
However, the message is different from others because it does not include threats of attacks. The alleged statement from the criminal group states that does not seek to “fight” and they just want the “tranquility”Of the population and let the government “do your job”.
“The sweeper arrived… here the dick pasts do not fit. We don’t come to fight with anyone, just to give peace of mind to the whole population of Nuevo León and let the government do its job (…)
“The extortion for the people, working people, municipalities, businessmen, kidnappings, quotas, floor payments, it has to end and it will end. The youths they will walk in their convivialities, second, canteens, bars, restaurants, be a healthy fun. The enguilado are also over, friends of the friend, we we don’t sponsor anyone That this against our regulation. Each one in his own and ours not get involved or fight with the government or the population”.
The text is signed by the alleged “Group of Los Metros” of the Gulf Cartel. The posts adjudicated to organized crime also appeared in municipalities surrounding the city, such as Apodaca, Escobedo, García and Linares.
An alleged drug trafficker assassinated in 2019 was the key owner of a company that is under investigation for channeling funds to the campaign of the governor-elect of the state of Nuevo León, Samuel Garcia Sepúlveda, who will assume the expensive next month.
The site specialized in drug trafficking Breitbart Texas obtained exclusive access to the documents of the investigation led by the General Prosecutor of the Republic (FGR), and revealed that one of the companies that was allegedly used to launder funds – called Servicios y Asesorias Zulamak SA de CV – was owned by José Adrián Parrilla Correa, 29, a presumed drug dealer killed.
According to the investigation, despite the fact that the company has a state registration and file number, both the company and the commercial personality of the owners appear to be fictitious. The corporate headquarters is located in the 10 de Marzo neighborhood in Monterrey, an area identified as a red point for drug sales.
The aforementioned company and another called Grupo Renok SA de CV are under the magnifying glass of the General Prosecutor of the Republic (FGR) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) for alleged inconsistencies. One of them is that neither of them had the personnel or equipment to handle receipts and invoices for services and goods, even though they claimed to do so.
Grill Strap he boasted as an entrepreneur of Monterrey, and their companies provided marketing, human resources, and auditing services. However, his criminal record revealed an arrest in 2012 on charges of local drug distribution.
He even declared, during one of his arrests, that he was a drug dealer for the drug cartel. The Zetas. He was convicted of federal drug charges but was able to avoid jail thanks to community service.
In 2014, local authorities arrested Parrilla Correa, and a judge later convicted him of the violent theft of a small amount of cash. In 2016, authorities arrested him on another drug possession charge, after initially detaining him for smoking marijuana in the 10 de Marzo neighborhood, the same area where the drug is registered. Zulamak company.
Parrilla Correa was assassinated in 2019 after a hit man allegedly shot him for a small drug debt.
The investigation focuses on the alleged use of shell companies to launder money, since part of those funds were apparently sent to the campaign of Samuel Garcia. The investigation also points to his father-in-law, Jorge Gerardo Rodríguez Valdez, and his alleged use of scouring to move funds.
The prosecution announced in early May that it was investigating García and Adrián De la Garza, candidates who appeared as the leaders in the election for governor of Nuevo León.
In the case of the then standard bearer of the Citizen Movement, the agency explained that the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) of the Ministry of Finance (SHCP) provided information about García, as well as his father Samuel Orlando Garcia Mascorro, his wife Mariana Rodríguez Cantú, and her father, Jorge Gerardo Rodríguez Valdez, for various complaints.
The governor-elect’s father is listed in various intelligence files on both sides of the border as presumed names of the former head of the Gulf Cartel, Gilberto El June García Mena, and allegedly embezzle their properties and accounts. The former senator asked at the time that the authorities leave his family out of the investigations.