Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Zeta Member Who Poured Gasoline Inside The Casino Royale Killing 52 Victims In Blaze Arrested By Mexican Military

Antonio Camacho Jaco

Gerardo Alejandro de León Jiménez.

Two Zetas implicated in the Casino Royale massacre in Monterrey.

By H. Nelson Goodson
October 25, 2011

Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico - On Monday, the Mexican Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) reported that the military arrested four Zeta members, including two that were implicated in the August 25, Casino Royale massacre. The two suspects were identified as Antonio Camacho Jaco, aka, "El Bogart" and Gerardo Alejandro de León Jiménez, aka, "El Papá." Camacho Jaco is accused of pouring several gallons of gasoline and igniting a blaze at the entrance of the casino. León Jiménez is accused of robbing numerous victims at the casino.
An estimated 52 people died in the blaze, which most of the victims became trapped inside the Casino Royale when the Zetas attacked the casino. They wanted to extort the owner of the casino and when he failed to pay $10,000 U.S. per week, the Zetas decided to burn down the business.
So far, 15 Zetas have been arrested for the casino massacre including the arrest of both Camacho Jaco and León Jiménez. The suspects were arrested at a check point after a gun battle with the military in the town of Dr. González near Monterrey.
The two other Zeta suspects arrested along with Camacho Jaco and León Jiménez were identified as Miguel Alejandro Ramos Cabrera, aka, " El Gordo or Chino," and Rubén Cruz Hernández, aka, " El Perril."
The Mexican military confiscated to high power rifles, several magazines, 47 bullets and two stolen vehicles, according to Sedena.

Connected by MOTOBLUR™ on T-Mobile

No comments: