Latest USD market news, analysis and US Dollar trading forecast stampa su forex napoli pizzeria leading DailyFX experts and research team. EURYou may also export this information to Excel or another spreadsheet program. In Tecalitlán — a city in the central Pacific coastal state of Jalisco and home to the Jalisco cartel — three native Italians are searched for. But between corrupt cops and cannibal-like rites, there is little hope of finding them.
A few months ago, the prosecutor of the Mexican state of Tabasco accused the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel of practicing cannibalism as an initiation rite for new members. These are the criminals who are suspected of capturing the three Italians who recently disappeared in the town of Tecalitlán. After lunch, all the shops close until five, because here the siesta controlled by the heat is still sacred. The country is in a state of siege and the local police have been commissioned since January 31, when Raffaele Russo, a Neapolitan of 60 years, disappeared. His son Antonio and his nephew Vincenzo Cimmino, 25 and 29 years old respectively, disappeared shortly after. The head of the municipal police Hugo Martinez Muniz, appointed by the mayor Victor Diaz Contreras, has also disappeared, and the other 33 agents in his unit were transferred to a barracks in Guadalajara, in theory to retrain them, in practice to keep them under control.
But what roped these three Italians into this hell? The family says they were involved in trading electricity generators, but their story is more complex. Raffaele Russo had a criminal record in Italy and was wanted at the European level for scams against the elderly. A couple of years ago he had been arrested in the Mexican state, Campeche, for forgery, fraud and attempt to bribe a public official.