Video: Sicario throws cell phone and Mexican authorities find the chilling videos and photos he recorded


CJNG hit man throws cell phone, they find videos and messages from his boss.

Photo: Capture taken from the video by @c4jimenez / Courtesy

They came to light what is in the cell phone of a hit man the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG). In his gallery there is videos and photos of their clashes with rival cartels, tours on various roads, messages from his boss and his girlfriend. The images were revealed by the Mexican journalist Carlos Jiménez. Apparently the gunslinger dropped the cell phone during a shootout with military in the troubled state of Zacatecaslocated in north-central Mexico.

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In 2018, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI for its acronym in English) arrested a Canadian businessman who “shielded” the mobile phones of the drug traffickers of the Sinaloa Cartel (CDS). His company eliminated microphones, cameras and all geolocation services (gps); as well as internet browsing of Android cell phones. This made it difficult for Mexican and US authorities to investigate.

This guy also had the ability and technology to install the software Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), which allowed drug traffickers to send encrypted messages through servers abroad, according to Forbes. Among his main clients were Mexican, Cuban and Venezuelan criminals.

In 2019, the FBI also arrested a young computer scientist of Colombian origin, identified as Christian Rodríguez, who worked for Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and took care of their cell phones.

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