Video : 21 vehicles Cartel del Noreste Convoy / Tropa Del Infierno

Video : 21 vehicles Cartel del Noreste Convoy / Tropa Del Infierno

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21 vehicles Cartel del Noreste Convoy / Tropa Del Infierno on Colombia road to Nuevo Laredo some laminates with Cal.50 interceptor mounted and carry the legend on the doors “Tropa Del Infierno” “Cartel Del Noreste”

The Cartel Del Noreste is a Mexican criminal organization product of a split of Los Zetas, born as an outbreak by the capture of its last absolute leader: Omar Treviño Morales, aka the Z-42. Its main criminal activities are: kidnapping, extortion, theft of vehicles, trafficking in persons, drug trafficking, terrorism, money laundering, as well as the control of local activities such as prostitution, armed robbery and illegal trafficking of persons, among other.

What is the Tropa Del Infierno (Troop of Hell)? the armed group that has caused terror

The first thing to understand is that “The Troop of Hell” is not a drug cartel, but the armed arm of the Northeast Cartel, so rather it is a group of men and hitmen fighting with rivals defending the Northeast Cartel and watching over their interests.

The creation of the Troop of Hell

Thus, in order to achieve the objectives of the Northeast Cartel, the self-styled armed arm “The Troop of Hell” was created, whose objective is to fight for the interests of the criminal group, as well as to fight the rivals.

The leader of the Troop of Hell is a hitman identified as “El Werko”, some versions indicate that this hitman is married to the niece of Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, known as “El Z-40” and Omar Treviño Morales, “El Z-42 ”who were once leaders of the Zetas and are currently in prison.

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