Kidnapped Recruits Sent to Cartel Hitman School of Terror in Mexico
For the first time, we get an inside look into the way Jalisco New Generation Cartel, the most feared criminal organization in Mexico, trains its hitmen. Francisco, a former hitman, takes us through the three months he spent at an extreme training in a clandestine camp alongside other forced recruits. To stay alive, he had to overcome cruel physical and psychological tests. He also had to kill and eat human flesh.
According to his account, his instructors were former members of the Mexican Military, as well as former members of the U.S. forces bought by the cartel. The leader, Nemesio “El Mencho” Oseguera Cervantes, imposed rules his men had to follow under the threat of death, including always telling the truth, no gossiping, never recruiting children under 10 years old, no drinking or doing drugs and no killing without the order of your immediate boss.
There are no thefts or rapes in the town were Francisco was forced to stay during his training. The cartel does not tolerate any crimes other than those they themselves commit. Their victims are thousands of missing teenagers and young adults that end up dead or working for the cartel in narco-labs that process methamphetamines. In some cases, their families would rather know they’re dead than know they became hitmen.
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