Culiacán – After recapturing Ovidio Guzmán in El Financiro, singer Narcocorrido launches ‘Los Sabos’

Alexander GarciaThe regional Mexican singer is artistically known as ‘ghost’, A day later he released the song ‘Los Chapos’ Ovidio Guzman arrested.

The translator announced the preview of the said title through his social networks. In the stories he shared through his Instagram account, he hinted that the title ‘El Fantasma’ was intentional. Arturo Beltran Leyva, Beltran was the leader of the Leyva cartel, who died in 2009 in a clash between the Mexican military and members of his crime syndicate.

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In a reel posted on Instagram, Alexander Garcia performs part of the song, whose central theme is the cartel’s patrolling of various territories.

He also points to the type of “clothes” and weapons used by gang members on the rounds to “take care of the enemy,” such as guns, scarves to cover their faces and armored trucks.

During the presentation of this progression, ‘El Fantasma’ Beltrán wears a hat with portraits of some of the members of Leyva, which stands out among them. Alfredo, Arturo, Carlos and Hector.

The relationship between Beltrán Leyva and organized crime El Chapo Guzman They broke up in 2008, although they collaborated very closely over the years.

Second arrest of Ovidio Guzmán in Culiacan

On the morning of January 5, military officials unofficially announced that Ovidio Guzman had been detained for a second time.

hours later, Luis Crescencio Sandoval, The head of the National Security Secretariat (Sedena) confirmed the son’s recapture Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman.

In a press conference, Sandoval announced Transferring Ovidio to Mexico City He noted that the trip was carried out on a plane of the Mexican Air Force.

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In the hours leading up to this Thursday’s arrest, there were 19 sieges in Culiacan, Cars burning at the municipality’s international airport, gunfire and shooting at a commercial airliner.

Presumably, these actions were organized by alleged members of organized crime who tried to pressure the authorities and avoid the arrest of Ovidio Guzmán.

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