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FGR begins investigation to confirm the death of narco ‘El Chino Anthrax’ in Sinaloa

On May 9, the custody officer of José Rodrigo Aréchiga reported the disappearance of the drug trafficker, who was released on parole in the United States.

The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) began the corresponding expert reports to corroborate if one of the people killed in Sinaloa last Saturday is José Rodrigo Aréchiga, alias “El Chino Ántrax”. The Office of the Attorney General of the state of Sinaloa asked the FGR to help the specialized experts identify or rule out the death of Aréchiga, who was released on parole on March 3 in the United States, after cooperating with information related to activities of the Sinaloa Cartel, the organization to which it belonged.

The bodies of the murdered individuals were found inside a luxury van located on a dirt road in Sinaloa and are currently in the Forensic Medical Service. Presumably, these belonged to Aréchiga, his sister and her partner.

“El Chino Antrax” was arrested by Interpol in 2013 in the Netherlands and turned over to American justice a year later. On May 9, her custody officer, Marc Ryan, reported that Aréchiga was not found in the home where he was serving his probation.

Source: El Financiero

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