Compete for the site?Foreign media: Mexican drug trafficking group uses drone to compete to competitors

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Compete for the site?Foreign media: Mexican drug trafficking group uses drone to compete to competitors

2022-01-15 12:02:00 7 ℃

According to today's Russian TV Station (RT), the shock video displayed by several media issued by Mexico, a drone who was acting by drug trafficking group, which is allegedly throwing a bomb.

Russian RT website report screenshot

According to the report, these videos seemed to be taken by the drone of the thrown bomb, and the lens captured a big tent under the drone to be bombed. After the bomb falls next to a few seconds, you can see that six people escape, and then drones have put more bombs again. At about 26 seconds of the second video clip, the camera on the drone starts to rotate dramatically, which makes some people guess it may be hit.

Video screenshot

The "National News" (EL Pais) Mexico version reported that this drone was controlled by the drug trafficking group "Halisco New Generation" (CJNG), and the blown tent belongs to a competitor of the organization. Other media said that this criminal group will target the target for local residents who dare to prevent them from occupying land. According to reports, at least one person was injured in the explosion, and the attack taken by the camera is just a series of macrobs in the region.

Video screenshot

In December last year, the US Department of Anti-drug bureau (DEA) describes CJNG as "one of the most violent, most rampant drugs in Mexico, and delivers drugs to the United States." DEA said, "Destruction and Destroying this Organization" is one of its "highest priority", and rewards 10 million US dollars to help arrest the organization's headner, Mei Si Osgla, Wantis (Nemesio 'EL) MeNCho 'OSEGuera Cervantes' information.

According to reports, Mexico rye, has always been the center of the cruel market for criminal group. Since December last year, the unbridable violence has forced nearly half of the population of the state in Ira, the state, including the police. According to Mexico Imagen TV, some desperate people have moved to neighboring Colab. Others traveled to the United States, especially to Illinois and California. (Editor: hhj)