Drug Kingpin in the news infiltrate Mexican small town America
Ruben “Nemécio” Osagera Cervantes, known as “El mencho”, has overturned the world of drug trafficking, according to Edward Foris, former agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Foris, who arrived at Fox & Friends on Tuesday, said the Mexican drug-king’s marketing model and new tactics made him extremely dangerous and widespread. They are also the reason why the small town of America is destroyed.
According to a nine-month Louisville Courier Journal poll, El mencho has infiltrated American cities and is represented in at least 35 states.
El mencho has launched with Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) one of the world’s most violent drug cartels. Killing and even cannibalism.
Its range extends to all continents except the Antarctic and the group has more than 5,000 members.
El mencho’s group dips thousands of kilograms of drugs into the United States each year. About one third of the drugs invade the US and trigger an excessive US crisis.
Foris, Joaquin’s “El Chapo” Gusman, who was punished for his life behind the jail in July, represents an “old model” focusing on the wholesale distribution of drugs, and El mencho uses his products on the street. It was revealed that
El mencho’s head is worth $ 10 million and is on the coveted DEA record.