We will tell you about his criminal activities and the criminal organization he is a part of.
‘Narcos México’ has returned to the third season. Bad Rabbit will appear in this season’s new episodes.
In an interview with “Entertainment Weekly”, the real name of the reggae musician Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio (Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) pointed out that he likes “original drug lords” and that he is able to participate in the The show is honored.
Bad Bunny plays Ramón Arellano Félix (Ramón Arellano Félix) members of the “Narcojuniors” gang, they are wealthy and violent young people who are committed to money laundering and drug trafficking.
Which member of “narcojuniors,” did Bad Bunny give up his life?
Bad Bunny is Everardo Arturo Páez, better known as “El Kitty”, who worked with the Arellano Félix brothers in the 1990s. These drug dealers are famous for their conflicts with the Sinaloa Cartel.
Although “El Kitty” did not come from a wealthy family, he was commissioned by Ramón Arellano Félix to recruit young “strawberries” who would not have problems crossing the border into the United States. This group of young people is known as “narcojuniors”.
Emilio Valdez Minero, the son a colonel and a member the Presidential Guard, was present at their party.
Who is Tijuana’s true anesthesiologist and who are they?
Alfredo Hodoyan Palacios is one of the most well-known recruits. He is the son of Tijuana businessman. He was American-born and didn’t have any suspicions about drug use.
According to a Los Angeles Times report from 1996, his mother believed he was an entrepreneur in real estate and didn’t know he was bully.
Fabian Martinez Santa Cruz (Edison Leon), Fabian Martinez Santa Cruz (Fabian Martinez), Gustavo Miranda Santa Cruz (Gustavo Miranda Santa Cruz) and Endil Mesa Castanos (Hena Mesa Castanos) are all part of another “anaesthetic section”. All were killed, some even by Arellano Felix.
Action against “drug dealers”
1997 saw the Tijuana authorities coordinate operations with the police and military, FBI, Interpol, FBI, Narcotics Enforcement Agency, and the police to arrest the cartel leaders. At the time, 50 homes were raided.
The action took place after the attack on Jesús Blancaornelas, a journalist from Zeta daily, where he published the list of Arellano Félix businesses and the names of the narcotics.
El Kitty was captured a month before the attack. He was later a protected witness for FBI. He helped to arrest Benjamin Arellano Felix, and to imprison “Chapo” Guzman.