Narco terrorist Miguel Angel Treviño Morales, the top boss for drug cartel Los Zetas who took sadistic pleasure in the gruesome beheadings and public hangings of his rivals, is a caged beast following his arrest yesterday morning by the Mexican Navy in the border city Nuevo Laredo which is just over the bridge from Laredo, TX as reported by Tracy Wilkinson for the Los Angeles Times:
The removal of Treviño Morales from his perch at the head of the most feared drug and smuggling gang in Mexico is an important success for the government and law enforcement. But it will also probably ignite a bloody wave of violence as his cohorts fight to succeed him. It also strengthens the hand of the most powerful drug lord in Mexico, Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman, whose Sinaloa cartel competes with the Zetas and may now have its eyes on Nuevo Laredo, Treviño Morales' hometown and one of the most lucrative crossing points for the shipment of tons of cocaine and marijuana into the United States.
El Chapo is next.