At least 12 vehicles related to 12 files were destroyed in the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, in northern Mexicoin an action coordinated by the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR), through the Specialized Office of Regional Control (FECOR), with the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena).
The foregoing, in compliance with the Destination Program for Goods and Objects of Crime, provided for in the National Code of Criminal Procedures, which establishes the destruction of objects that are instruments of crime.
During the proceedings, the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) was present, who coordinated the identification event and carried out the proceedings, as well as military authorities, official experts and persons from the Internal Control Body (OIC), of the FGR, who verified that the procedure was carried out under the terms of the applicable standard.
These types of units have been seen on the streets, mainly in areas dominated by the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG)where the so-called “monsters” serve to attack rival groups, as well as the authorities.
Even many times The CJNG’s armor uses steel as resistant as that of the Mexican Army.
According to Mexican media, the people of the CJNG have begun to use plates made to withstand impacts from a Barrett caliber 50, which is considered the most powerful and lethal rifle in the world.
However, Last February, the Mexican Army and the National Guard seized two “monster” type vehicles from the CJNG in Michoacán, trucks modified with handmade armor and 250 explosive mines.
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