A Mexican cartel boss has escaped after a judge assigned him to house arrest at the home of his mother.
A Nuevo Leon law enforcement official confirmed to Breitbart Texas that 20-year-old Guillermo Rene “El Memito” Escamilla Cabriales, a key leader of the Gulf Cartel, escaped from house arrest by climbing through a bathroom window or a back door at his mother’s house.
A Nuevo Leon state judge allowed Escamilla to be held in-house arrests rather than have him be held in one of the state’s prison. Escamilla was staying at his mother’s house under guard by state authorities. Information leaked to Breitbart Texas revealed that state police officers checked in at the house every 30-45 minutes day and night to ensure that Escamilla was still there.
Despite efforts to recapture him, the cartel leader remains a fugitive.
Police arrested Escamilla arrested last week in the Monterrey suburb of San Nicolas, Nuevo Leon. The man is described by authorities as a leading member of the Ciclones faction of the Gulf Cartel who had been sent to Monterrey to fight for and control the drug cartel’s trafficking and distribution routes in the state. At the time of his arrest, authorities found various drugs, two rifles, a 9mm handgun that has already been linked to various shootings. Law enforcement sources revealed to Breitbart Texas that Escamilla set up his base of operations in the Hacienda Los Morales neighborhood from where his group has already been linked to multiple murders and executions.
While this is an act of utter stupidity on the part of the judge, the reality is that the war on drugs is an abysmal failure. In addition, we should consider that the end results of the prohibition on "drugs" is worse than the prohibition on alcohol because it has resulted in untold deaths of tens of thousands of people.
Furthermore, to allow a drug lord to be under house arrest at his mother's house and not expect this escape is completely ridiculous.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.