Guest Reporter Javier for Borderland Beat
One of the three bodies found early on Friday in the Colonia San Carlos, Guadalajara is Alejandro González junior, a super bantamweight Jalisco boxer 23 years old and son of boxer Alejandro "Cobrita" González. Alejandro Sr, was the WBC featherweight champion of the world.
In his professional career, Alejandro Jr. had more than 2 dozen wins with the majority winning by knockout.
One of the other victims also seems to be the son of a criminal nicknamed "El Musico”", reported a source.
At 03:45 am a vehicle was found at the intersection of the streets of Francisco Silva Romero and González Gallo, in the cream colored Nissan X Trail, were three bodies, two clothed only in underwear, and the third without clothing. All three were bound hand and foot with the bodies revealing traces of torture. There was a threatening message from a criminal group not identified by authorities, nor were the contents of the cartulina.
However, information collected by authorities, point to the trio being murdered in Tlaquepaque and later the truck was moed to Guadalajara, where it was abandoned. A line of research points to a person nicknamed “El Cholo", belonging to CJNG Cartel Jalisco New Generation) that operates and controls Jalisco. Apparently one or more of the dead belonged to a oppositional criminal group that was not named.
The three deceased had blows to various parts of the body and wires around their necks, indicating the method of the murders.