Last Moments Of Female Drug Cartel Boss Caught on Camera
Images from a body cam taken during the raid show “La Catrina” looking terrified as she collapses behind a wall after a bullet to the neck during the shootout. According to the Sun, her face and body are covered in blood as she reaches up to the camera in the images which can not be published here.
In the footage, Maria “La Catrina” can be seen fighting for air as a soldier tries to calm her down and assure her that a helicopter would take her to hospital.
The officer says: “Calm down, kid. The helicopter is coming for you. It is coming now, easy, easy, you are going to be okay. Try to hang on.”
However, only minutes later Maria died after suffering a fatal gunshot wound according to local media.
Maria was suspected of being one of the ringleaders Jasilico’s feared New Generation Cartel (CJNG) after she fell in love with another leader Miguel “EL M2” Fernandez.
The daughter of a livestock trader and a housewife, López was reportedly a good student in her younger years in Tepalcatepec before developing a keener interest in attending parties rather than school.
“She started hanging out with gangsters and got lost in drugs,” one local resident told the newspaper El Universal.
Another resident said she moved in with a CJNG member in 2017, stating that “she met a criminal a**hole and he took her to live in Aguililla, where she started to work for M2”.
El M2 was allegedly also arrested during the raid that took place last Friday.
Maria rose through the ranks quickly in the cartel with the assistance of boyfriend “El M2”, and depicted their seemingly glamorous lifestyle on social media for all to see.
The 21-year-old cartel boss was hugely popular on Instagram by posting semi-naked photos alongside guns.
She was often in charge of assassinations, extortion, and kidnappings during her time in the gang.
Women have sometimes occupied high-level positions as money launderers in drug cartels in the past, but it is rare for them to command or coordinate hit squads.
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