Violence New Generation Jalisco Cartel (CJNG) has gone so far as to kill their enemies by dynamiting some alive.
Heriberto Acevedo Cardenas, "El Gringo", who headed the armed wing of CJNG, introduced this method to purge their opponents, a method not seen before in the narco war.
On March 23, "El Gringo" and three of his followers were killed in a clash with the Fuerza Única de Jalisco (FUJ) in Zacoalco de Torres, which triggered the violence of the criminal organization in the state.
Authorities confiscated the cell phones of the 4 sicarios which contained numerous photos and videos that recorded the torture and killing of their rivals, including the detonation of dynamite attached to their bodies while they were still alive.
In one of them there is an adult subject, with a a boy of about 10 who cries terrified, with a stick of dynamite attached to the chest with tape. Reforma reports seeing in one of the other videos, the child being killed when the dynamite was detonated
A few steps away from a fence, two men kick shot a man on the ground, hands tied, who screams in pain, just before the dynamite that has adhered to the chest is detonated.
In other videos, "El Gringo" and his men recorded a session where, with a saw they dismembered a man who was still alive. It appeared to be at the same location.