Top Missing Criminal CAPTURED

The Mexican Navy’s announcements don’t usually carry a ton of relevance to everyday Americans, but this one might.

Drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero has been captured.

Quintero is most famous for masterminding the death of a Drug Enforcement Administration agent in 1985.

Rafael was arrested after a search dog found him hiding in the town of San Simon, Sinaloe.

Unfortunately, Caro Quintero is still causing deaths.

During the operation to bring him in, a Mexican helicopter crashed, killing 14 out of the 15 servicemen onboard.

Caro Quintero was one of the world’s most prolific career criminals, ranking somewhere between the evil rankings of Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton. His career was interrupted by a 28-year stay in prison until a Mexican court released him in 2013.

To the surprise of nobody besides the Mexican court, Quintero immediately resumed his criminal business.

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland has announced that the next step is to get this dirty boy back to America so he can be disposed of properly:

“There is no hiding place for anyone who kidnaps, tortures, and murders American law enforcement. We are deeply grateful to Mexican authorities for their capture and arrest of Rafael Caro-Quintero,” Garland said. “Today’s arrest is the culmination of tireless work by DEA and their Mexican partners to bring Caro-Quintero to justice for his alleged crimes, including the torture and execution of DEA Special Agent Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena. We will be seeking his immediate extradition to the United States so he can be tried for these crimes in the very justice system Special Agent Camarena died defending.”

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