Reynosa, Tamps.- A video circulating on social networks demonstrates the way in which armed men in UNOPES military-style suits entered the Tamaulipas Prosecutor’s Office to free José Alfredo Hernández, alias el “Squidward”, leader of “Los Metros”, a group of the Gulf Cartel.
It was on July 13 when a command was captured by security cameras showing four armed people entering the facilities of the Investigative Ministerial Police.
“The Squidward”, died on Friday, September 3, apparently in a confrontation with members of the army, while the authorities sought to recapture him.
However, in the video released by the Vice World portal, the rescue of ‘The Squidward’, with a duration of less than three minutes.
At 18:05 show the videoor, a white car arrives at the entrance of the building from which four armed men get out dresses in tactical clothing and armored vests.
Without anyone opposing their entry, the subjects move through the building where they only find a man on his way who is asked to throw himself on the groundO.
Later, a woman is observed with a child in her arms, who is also forced to throw herself into the ground and between them, they protect the minor.
The command enters various offices in search of “The Squidward” and it is when they reach a corridor that they meet another man whom they subdue and also place face down on the floor.
In the video released by Vice World shows how one of the armed men kicked, breaks a glass to enter another office that makes him reach the separos where the cell area is located.
It is at this moment that the video shows “The Squidward”, also known as ‘Metro 27’, reaching out through the bars of the cell.
The gunman returns for a guard dressed as a municipal policeman, who opens the cell for the kingpin to be released.
“El Squidward ”advances with one of his rescuers through the corridor of the offices, until he reaches at the exit where they board a car that is retreating at full speed, followed by the white vehicle. In the video released by Vice World it is observed that the rescue lasted around six minutes.