Powerful gang leader becomes a plastic-wrapped victim of Mexico's bloody cartel wars

Disir

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At his peak, he was known as "El Cholo," a prominent gangster and presumed head of the Nueva Plaza Cartel, a criminal organization based in Guadalajara, Mexico.

But in the end, he was simply Carlos Enrique Sánchez, his body left wrapped in plastic on a park bench in downtown Tlaquepaque, the Mexican state of Jalisco — yet another casualty in Mexico's bloody cartel wars.

A former member of the notorious Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), El Cholo once was considered the right-hand man of El Mencho, one of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's most-wanted drug lords.

Didja see that little piece of 494 deaths in the first two months?
 

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El Mencho is still around, and he keeps a low profile.
 

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That's what we need in our drug consuming cities. Chicago and Baltimore are waiting.
 

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