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Police Officer who Arrested El Chapo Son Killed in Hail of 155 bullets, Who was Eduardo ‘N Biography, Wiki, Age, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Eduardo ‘N Biography, Wiki

Eduardo ‘N is a veteran police officer of Mexico who was arrested el-cheapo son Ovidio Guzman Lopez. He was killed by some unidentified killers who are suspect gang members of el Chapo son. Police identified the officer involved as Eduardo ‘N and said he joined the force six years ago.

Eduardo ‘N Murder

The officer was ambushed by two gunmen as he parked at a shopping centre in the city, with the attack lasting just 30 seconds.

The brutal attack happened in the Las Moras neighbourhood in Culiacan, Sinaloa – a city notorious for gang and drug-related violence, and the home of El Chapo’s notorious Sinaloa Cartel.

CCTV shows two attackers pulling up next to a white Nissan in the car park, before getting out and shooting at the police officer, then running back into their vehicle and driving off.

Mexican Police Officer Eduardo ‘N Murder Full Story

Mexican police officer Eduardo ‘N: The Mexican police officer involved in the arrest of the son of respected drug baron Joaquin’ El Chapo ‘Guzman was murdered in a parking lot.

Video surveillance cameras picked up the terrible moment on Wednesday morning when at least two armed men with semi-automatic rifles got out of a red car and opened fire on a white four-door Nissan sedan.The ambush lasted less than 30 seconds as the armed men fired at least 150 bullets at the white vehicle.

The Mexican security forces had leant Guzman Lopez against a wall in front of a house on his knees before being forced to retire and let him go as the armed men of his cartel shot at the Culiacan.

Mexican police officer Eduardo ‘N: Defense Minister Luis Cresencio Sandoval showed a video last week and presented a timetable for the failed arrest of Guzmán López – an incident that embarrassed the administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The video shot by soldiers shows Guzmán leaving the house with his hands raised.

Soldiers order him to stop the attacks in the city while shots are fired in the background.

Guzmán called his brother Archivaldo Iván Guzmán Salazar on his cell phone and asked him to stop the mess.

Archivaldo refused and called for threats against the soldiers and their families.

The attacks continued and eight minutes later the first wounded soldiers were reported.

At this point, Archivaldo Guzmán knew with certainty that the cartel had the upper hand.

Thirteen people were killed in shootings in the city.

Officials in Mexico City finally ordered the security forces to withdraw four hours after the start of the operation to prevent further bloodshed.

Mexican Public Security Minister Alfonso Durazo said the aborted arrest of Guzmán Lopez was a “hasty action” that deserves criticism.

Mexican Police Officer Eduardo ‘N: The government’s schedule showed that on September 13, the US government requested the arrest of Guzmán Lopez for extradition.

The authorities were still in the process of seeking a warrant when the operation began on 17 October in front of a large house where Guzmán Lopez had been.

As they moved on the house, gunmen began attacking those involved in the operation.

Sandoval said that once lawmen came under attack, the search warrant was no longer needed.

What seemed clear was that once the operation started, government forces were quickly outmaneuvered by the Sinaloa cartel.

Mexican Police Officer Eduardo ‘N: Military planners had four additional teams forming an outer security ring for the operation, but the cartel’s gunmen cut off the routes for three of them preventing additional support from arriving.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Murder took place near shopping center in Culiacan, Sinaloa, on Wednesday 
  • Footage shows two gunmen emerge from a red sedan in parking lot 
  • They fire 155 rounds into a white Nissan driven by a Sinaloa state police officer
  • Local reports say officer was involved in operation to nab El Chapo’s son
  • Ovidio Guzmán López, 28, was briefly arrested by authorities on October 17
  • His arrest prompted Sinaloa cartel to to take soldiers and police officers hostage 
  • Police demanded Guzman Lopez call his brother and get him to stop the attacks