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Mexican judge sentences Sinaloa Cartel killer known as “El Sicario” for 2011 gruesome decapitation murder

July 14, 2017  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Mexican judge sentences Sinaloa Cartel killer known as “El Sicario” for 2011 gruesome decapitation murder

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A  reputed Sinaloa Cartel killer, known as “El Sicario” was sentenced earlier this week for the gruesome murder of a man whose dismembered body parts were discovered scattered around a small town in the Juarez Valley back in 2011.

The Chihuahua State  Attorney General’s Office announced the sentencing of Andres Alonso Camacho Gonzalez, alias “El Sicario”  or (The hit man) on Wednesday.

Law enforcement officials said Camacho Gonzalez worked under the direct orders of Oscar Eduardo “El Negro” Vargas Romo, a blood thirsty Sinaloa Cartel plaza boss in the Valley of Juárez,  which encompasses the municipalities of Juárez, Guadalupe District Bravos, and Práxedis G. Guerrero.

Sinaloa Cartel boss Óscar Eduardo Vargas Romo, “El Negro” after his arrest in 2015

Security forces apprehended Camacho and Vargas during an operation in Hermosillo, Sonora back in 2015.

Prosecutors have attributed over 200 homicides committed on the U.S. border to “El Negro.”

A Mexican judge handed Gonzalez the maximum prison sentence of 70-years for the gruesome kidnapping and murder of Javier Esteban Rodriguez Vazquez.

Mexican authorities found Vazquez’s mutilated remains in the small village of Guadalupe on July 3rd, 2011.

A man’s decapitated head was left on the doorstep of city hall.

The remaining body parts were left across the street in a gazebo located in the heart of the village square, The El Paso Times reported.

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