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Blog del Narco: Autopsy on Zetas Drug Lord Reveals 6 Shots- Cerebral Hemorrhages

Blog del Narco: Autopsy on Zetas Drug Lord Reveals 6 Shots- Cerebral Hemorrhages

Photo: An autopsy the body of Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano,

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An autopsy the body of Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, El Lazca revealed that his death was due to six shots, the government released on Thursday in the state of Coahuila.
The study was conducted on October 7 in the amphitheater of the funeral García de Sabinas, Coahuila, and was made by a coroner of the Attorney General of the State (PGJE).

The review noted that one of the bullets lodged in the base of the skull Lazcano Lazcano and another in the chest, which perforated the diaphragm and intestines.
According to the state government, the leader of Los Zetas had lacerations, cerebral hemorrhage and shock that caused his death.

The study was performed just before a group of armed men entered the funeral home Monday morning and took the body of the Lazca, as reported at the time by the Attorney General of Coahuila.
The photos and fingerprints taken during the autopsy, before the robbery helped identify the leader of Los Zetas.

Local and federal authorities did not know that one of the two killed in a clash on Sunday afternoon in a park in Sabinas, Coahuila, with Marines was the leader of Los Zetas until later was confirmed with tests expert.

According to the Navy, the identity was confirmed based on fingerprint data of the traces of the thumb, index and middle body Lazcano. Moreover, according to the agency, the analysis of the photographs shows that facial features match the Drug Lord.

Lazcano Lazcano was one of the most wanted criminals in Mexico and the United States.
The Attorney General’s Office offered a reward of 30 million pesos for information leading to his capture, while the State Department of the United States offered a reward of $ 5 million for information leading to his capture.
The leader of Los Zetas lived most of his life in Pachuca, Hidalgo, and was one of the benefactors of Tezontle colony, located in the city.
The founder of Los Zetas allegedly financed the renovation of the church of Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos, in Pachuca, capital of Hidalgo, according to a report from the Attorney General’s Office (PGR).


Trauma:
The report, dated October 7, notes that the forensic medical expert PGJE performed the autopsy on the body of a person who had no name as (nn), issuing the coroner’s autopsy as follows:
1. Wound from a firearm projectile caliber with inlet in occipital region, hosting the projectile at the base of the skull, in the front left path back and forth from bottom to top and from left to right.
2. Wound from firearm projectile caliber with inlet port in the back of the left parietal region and exit in right parietal region that fractured the occipital bone.
3. Wounded by gunfire with inlet in the upper right buttock with exit orifice in the right inner thigh below the testicles.
4. Wounded by gunfire with inlet on top of left buttock and exit point on top of left thigh.
5. Wounded by gunfire with inlet in right pectoral region below the nipple, piercing diaphragm and bowel mesenteric, with top-down path, from front to back and right to left.
6. Wounded by gunfire above the right elbow causing multiple fractures of the bones in the elbow, path back to front, top to bottom and from right to left.
The death occurred due to laceration and bilateral intracranial hemorrhage and shock and traumatic shock.

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