War PAYBACK TIME Cop who arrested El Chapo’s son which sparked cartel wars is shot 155 times in brutal car park execution -

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A BRAVE cop who arrested El Chapo’s son – sparking a bloody cartel firefight – has been shot 155 times in a brutal car park execution.

Video footage shows the moment a red car, driven by gangsters, follows a white car into a shopping centre in Mexico, before two gunmen ambush the officer.

 The cop, identified by his first name only, Eduardo, was shot while inside this white vehicle
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The cop, identified by his first name only, Eduardo, was shot while inside this white vehicleCredit: Central European News
 He had been involved in the temporary arrest of El Chapo's son, Ovidio
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He had been involved in the temporary arrest of El Chapo's son, Ovidio
On Twitter, police bosses said they “regret the death” of state policeman Eduardo, “who lost his life on Wednesday in the capital of Sinaloa.”

Eduardo, 32, joined the force six years ago.

It is unclear if the cop was on duty at the time of the attack although he was reportedly carrying a gun with him.

But according to local media, the murdered man was a member of the operation launched by the Culiacan authorities to arrest El Chapo's son and extradite him to America.

Eduardo was a good person, good son, good father and husband, [who was] hardworking.
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Info Bae reports that 155 bullet casings were found surrounding the killed officer.

It adds that his body was left inside a white Nissan in the car park of a commercial plaza in Las Moras.

On the Sinaloa Public Security’s Facebook page, tributes were paid to the slaughtered man, with one woman saying that he was a “good person, good son, good father and husband, [who was] hardworking.”

One grieving relative added: “We will always remember you as a great cousin.”

Public security secretary Cristobal Castaneda Camarillo and his undersecretary Hernandez Leyva both showed up at the crime scene to supervise the investigation.

 Video footage shows the moment gunmen ambush the cop in the shopping centre car park
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Video footage shows the moment gunmen ambush the cop in the shopping centre car parkCredit: Central European News
 Security officials in Sinaloa showed 'solidarity' with the slayed cop, posting about his brutal death on Facebook
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Security officials in Sinaloa showed 'solidarity' with the slayed cop, posting about his brutal death on Facebook
The local authorities are investigating the murder, and whether a criminal gang was behind the alleged assassination.

His brutal slaying comes days after the botched attempt to capture Ovidio Guzman Lopez - one of El Chapo's sons, also known as "Little Chapo".

Outgunned Mexican security forces were forced to abort their arrest on October 17 when cartel henchmen fought back in Culiacan, the stronghold of the Sinaloa cartel, turning the streets into a war zone.

WANTED FUGITIVE
Ovidio was freed as cops were outgunned by heavily armed cartel gangsters, who left bodies strewn in streets and torched vehicles burning as frightened residents ran for their lives.



According to The Guardian, prominent drug trafficker Little Chapo is the fifth most wanted fugitive in the world, behind the likes of Boko Haram leader, militant Abubakar Shekau, and Ibrahim Dawood, named as the mastermind of bombings in Mumbai in 1993, killing more than 250 people.

El Chapo's 28-year-old son Ovidio is accused of drug trafficking in the US.

His infamous dad is serving a life sentence in America after being convicted last February of industrial-scale drug trafficking.

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 Gunmen could be seen walking around the streets during the October rampage
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Gunmen could be seen walking around the streets during the October rampageCredit: Reuters
 Cartel gunmen started slaughtering people in the streets of Mexico, sending people fleeing

Cartel gunmen started slaughtering people in the streets of Mexico, sending people fleeingCredit: Reuters
 A bus was set alight by cartel gunman to block the road during their clashes with police

A bus was set alight by cartel gunman to block the road during their clashes with policeCredit: Reuters
 The arrest sparked chaos in Mexico, with reports of gunfire, gang members driving trucks with at least one machine gun and a prison break

The arrest sparked chaos in Mexico, with reports of gunfire, gang members driving trucks with at least one machine gun and a prison breakCredit: AFP or licensors
 Smoke from burning cars filled the air in Culiacan, Mexico, on October 17

Smoke from burning cars filled the air in Culiacan, Mexico, on October 17Credit: AP:Associated Press
 Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman was sentenced to life imprisonment in a US super-maximum security prison

Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman was sentenced to life imprisonment in a US super-maximum security prisonCredit: AFP or licensors
 

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The only solution will likely be foreign intervention. The US actually has a vested interest in stabilizing Mexico, it will stop most illegal immigration by fixing the root cause.
Invading Mexico would cause literally millions of refugees from Mexico, and opportunists from all over SA, to come flooding across the border. It happens in every war where you don't just murder all of the civilians. Large scale military intervention in Mexico is not a viable solution. The government does not want it and the people would not accept a US occupation. The only realistic, and short term solution, is to target narco leadership. Yes they will just get replaced. They may even get replaced with someone worse. But worrying about JSOC storming your house or a hellfire blowing up your armored SUV should keep enough of them in check to calm down the violence. They want to do business, not get assassinated.
 

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US military intervention will cause a rapefugee crisis. We either nuke the shithole or let it fester and build a glorious wall.
Invading Mexico would cause literally millions of refugees from Mexico, and opportunists from all over SA, to come flooding across the border. It happens in every war where you don't just murder all of the civilians. Large scale military intervention in Mexico is not a viable solution. The government does not want it and the people would not accept a US occupation. The only realistic, and short term solution, is to target narco leadership. Yes they will just get replaced. They may even get replaced with someone worse. But worrying about JSOC storming your house or a hellfire blowing up your armored SUV should keep enough of them in check to calm down the violence. They want to do business not get assassinated.
It needs to be thought out but I wonder if it could be done. Yeah, it'll probably create population displacement, but if you conduct a ground invasion from the north all along the border, would it drive the refugees south?
Keep in mind you already have millions of Mexicans fleeing violence into the US. It would arguably be better if the violence came from the US military rather than the narcos.
Sometimes I feel bad for the Mexicans, their country has been fucked pretty much since its inception.
 

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It needs to be thought out but I wonder if it could be done. Yeah, it'll probably create population displacement, but if you conduct a ground invasion from the north all along the border, would it drive the refugees south?
Keep in mind you already have millions of Mexicans fleeing violence into the US. It would arguably be better if the violence came from the US military rather than the narcos.
Sometimes I feel bad for the Mexicans, their country has been fucked pretty much since its inception.
The US would have absolutely no grounds to refuse the refugees at the border. Civilians will flee to the forces they think are less likely to mistreat them or to where they would like to spend their time displaced. Are the troops going to be ordered to slaughter anyone fleeing north?

What are you going to build once the ground war is over? You clearly have a population who are unwilling to change their ways. There have been limited accounts of vigilantes taking back their villages from narcos, but it never spread. Have you heard of Iraq or Afghanistan? That would be Mexico. Another perpetual war with trillions wasted and nothing gained. This isn't going to be like Japan or West Germany. What economy, what political institutions are there to salvage and build upon? There is no standard of living. It's starting from the ground up with a people who will see you as enemies. The average Mexican is still very salty about past US military interventions in their country.
 
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The only solution will likely be foreign intervention. The US actually has a vested interest in stabilizing Mexico, it will stop most illegal immigration by fixing the root cause.
Most the migrants don't actually come from Mexico. For all its faults Mexico is still a pretty sizable economy that has plenty of opportunities for its people. Consider all those shots of Mexican cities show storefronts with plenty of products and decently new cars parked on the street. Most migrants come from the real shit holes of the Americas, and that would be El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua. Peru and Bolivia.
 
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