Wow. I felt it was soon after they got 'El H', this is truly the last of the old generations…..I'd like this capture to reveal some insight into the Juarez wars, and the femicides, though the latter is very unlikely.
Conspiracy theorists are usually so misguided and off the mark, they are apart of the same 'distractions' they would have you believe, it's sad. Given EPN and Mexico's ability to smooth over, disregard, marginalize any atrocity, including the state of most of their fucking country, given the poverty and income inequality, I doubt they have to arrest displaced cruel bosses to 'distract' anyone.
That said, a lot of these guys have been on thin ice for awhile, their operations and political contacts have been slowly and steadily eroded, their organizations have lost power, money, territory, standing, everything. They have lost high level players for years, and it's only a matter of time for anyone, and everyone who is the head of a criminal organization. Esp. Juarez Cartel, which despite what some still say on here, has been in disarray for years. There are motives and reasons behind everything, and this is no exception, I'm sure there is some intriguing backstory I'd love to know, how El Viceroy got knocked after all these years….but it's basically as simple as time, money, and power, running out.
Do you consider Enedina Arellano Félix part of the "old school" generation of drug traffickers? I cannot think of others (maybe a few Zetas founders out their in the hiding, but those dudes are late 1990s guys).
Not really, Enedina´s involvement is questionable, some claim she is the leader of whatever is left of the Arellanos and others believe she is nothing more than another name mentioned for the sake of mentioning someone.
Even if she is indeed the leader, she is not part of that group, she was more a financial aid to her brothers.
You might want to ask EPN and Osorio Chong if they feel that way!
Let's see. Two 50-ish capos arrested without a shot fired, something very few people will remember in a couple of years.
Arrests in the Army massacre in Tlatlaya. And the massacre in Iguala. Both are now getting a lot of international attention. These massacres will be remembered for a generation (or longer) and will define EPN's sexenio.
Depends on who you ask, sadly Mexico has a VERY short term memory, need proof of that? Just look as who lives in Los Pinos right now.