Mexican Marines Humiliating Cartel Bosses

“A Mexican Marine has made a sport out of hunting top cartel bosses and has found an interesting past-time,” reports. “The Marine began mocking top cartel bosses by dressing up recently arrested gunmen in lingerie while forcing them to kiss each other for the comedic entertainment of his team.” An un-named Marine, obvs. And don’t expect me to find out and publish it, either. One more thing: this is mild compared to other human rights abuses carried out by Mexico’s army. That is all.


  1. avatar Curtis in IL says:

    Of all the things going on in Mexico that should cause concern for either Mexicans or Americans, this isn’t one of them.

    I hope they catch the thugs. I hope they are tried, convicted and eventually executed or permanently incarcerated. What happens to them beyond that is not something I will lose any sleep over.

    1. avatar BDub says:

      Which thugs are you talking about? Because I have trouble distinguishing between the cartel and the Mexican military/Federales. Case in point – and these are the female members.

      1. avatar Kaban says:

        This. Hardly new or unique problem, though.

      2. avatar Curtis in IL says:

        Sorry for the ambiguity.
        The thugs are the people in the business of exporting contraband drugs into the U.S. and killing everyone who gets in their way.

        1. avatar BDub says:

          And guess who the people are that make that endeavor worth their time and effort. The thugs you refer to are merely a symptom of the thugs I’m referring to.

  2. avatar Swarf says:

    That’s smart.

    1. avatar Mr. 308 says:

      Yea, that’s what all operators do, really smart. And professional. Smart and professional. And smart.

  3. avatar N64456 says:

    So….. Can those cartel bosses (dressed up in women’s clothing) now use the ladies bathroom if they say they “identify as a woman”??

    1. avatar wright says:

      Only in the White House.

      1. avatar Ralph says:

        Or in a school.

  4. avatar Vhyrus says:

    Meanwhile, a court in Norway rules that Anders Breivik’s civil rights were violated in prison because he doesn’t get to talk to anyone he wants, or gets to play adult video games.

    1. avatar Hannibal says:

      Yeah, there’s gotta be a middle ground.

    2. avatar Stuki Moi says:

      He needs to start dressing up in lingerie, and promise to kiss the other inmates if he’s allowed to commingle with them…..

  5. avatar G.A says:

    Whatever depravity Mexico wants to descend into is their business. Obviously I hate Mexican drug violence and it’s propagation upon America, but not condemning this shit just lowers you.

  6. avatar Jonathan - Houston says:

    If that pic should become this weekend’s photo caption contest, then I’m calling dibs on “Movie poster from ‘Deadpool 2′” now.

  7. avatar NjGuns1 says:

    While this is interesting, targeting Cartel bosses is a strategy that doesn’t work. Not only does the entire infrastructure of the Cartel stay in place, ready for a new top man to move in, but you must remember why we call them “cartels”. When a boss goes, the market in illicit drugs flourishes. The cartel isn’t suppressing their competitors or keeping their prices high anymore. This is how we’ve seen weed get stronger and stronger over the years and why heroin is making a comeback. The War on Drugs is self defeating.

    1. avatar jwtaylor says:

      Ask the CIA, that’s a feature, not a bug.

    2. avatar Chris says:

      Big ass poppy and coca fields are just too hard to find, I guess. Clinton pulled the plug on outright biological attacks of these plants. Are we at war or not? Must be a kind of Vietnam-style “we don’t really want to win” war.

      1. avatar Chris Mallory says:

        They are winning the war they want to win, which is against the American people. Legalize it all and cut the police forces back down to size.

        1. avatar Ebby123 says:

          Weed – The war on drugs equivalent of WMDs in the justifying the war in Iraq.

        2. avatar joe3 says:

          I say we end the war on crack and meth and start with your neighborhood. A free pass on crack and meth dealing on YOUR BLOCK.

  8. avatar CTstooge says:

    That’s a really bad color on him. Off-white or cream, a bit more frilly would look much better.

    1. avatar HP says:

      He could also use some lip-stick and eyeliner.

  9. avatar Randy Taylor says:

    Slow gun “news” day?

  10. avatar FormerWaterWalker says:

    Ummm…not real bright of the “good guys”. Oh wait-they are competing interests. Do they pay bounties on each other? I’m also thinking the cartel will just slaughter any & all military and po-leece. Bueno…and adios.

  11. avatar Paul53 says:

    A Mexican Marine with a sence of humor! I like it!

  12. avatar M3M9 says:

    Seems to me it is a slippery slope from “let’s dress these guys up in lingerie and make them kiss” to “I had to shoot him because he tried to get away.” If nobody takes pics or video on their cell phone, who’s to say otherwise?

  13. Hard to tell who the bad guys are. What we know for sure is their both financed with money from the USA. Either tax money or drug money funds them. Sometimes both. Worst of all, we continue to let and even assist a human rights crisis of massive proportions to simply escalate right on our doorstep.

    1. avatar Paul53 says:

      In Ciudad Juarez, the murder rate soared to 8 per day when the army was in charge. Dropped fast after the army was taken out. Across the Rio, El Paso ranks as the safest large city in the USA year after year. Mexico is a world few Americans can comprehend.

  14. avatar MLee says:

    That’s hot!

  15. avatar Geoff PR says:

    I doubt this will make any impact.

    I had read a few years back that the definition of male homosexuality in Mexico was rather, er, ‘flexible’.

    The way it was described, if you as a male purchased ‘services’, it wasn’t considered gay if you were the ‘pitcher’, rather than the ‘catcher’…

    Can anyone confirm or deny this?

  16. avatar ptrog says:

    nice hypocrisy. ” this is mild compared to what they do” is that how we base our morals now? sad.

  17. avatar McCann says:

    Busted by a Ninja Turtle. That’s rough.

  18. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    That left eye looks swollen shut…

    The likely the result of a right hook or rifle butt stress test.

  19. avatar Ralph says:

    What is that Mexican thinking? You can’t clothe a guy in a frilly dress without providing him with a nice pair of Jimmy Choos!

    Tim Gunn would stroke out at the very thought of it.

  20. avatar Blindman says:

    Odds are the marine doing this is on the payroll of another ascendant cartel himself… And they’re the ones encouraging him to humiliate their rivals to show they control the anti narco police too.

    Otherwise the marine wouldn’t dare because the cartel he’s working against would find out his name from one of their several corrupt connects in his command chain… And then rape and torture his whole family to death as payback.

    That’s how Mexico REALLY works.

    PS: keep Mexico in Mexico

  21. avatar Hannibal says:

    Probably not wise but I think we’ve gone past that point in Mexico anyway.

  22. avatar JT says:

    Thug life!

  23. avatar Bob in Washington says:

    George Lopez would hit that.

  24. avatar Eng says:

    This is the kind of picture that should be circulated for spree killers too.

  25. avatar Southern Cross says:

    Not too bright for the “operators”. The cartels are not known for their sense of humour, much less for any forgiveness.

    I’ll bet the operators will find their family kidnapped and returned via parcel post. Small packet rate.

  26. avatar El chihuahua says:

    “Demasculating” tactics like this have been common in Mexico for a long time — (male) political candidates are kidnapped, forced to peform sex acts with/on other men, and photographs are taken and distributed to the local community, instantly ending the candidate’s run.

    Narcotraficantes deserve severe punishment for their crimes, but adopting the tactics used by thugs makes you no better than them and robs you of your legitimacy. Better to picture them behind bars.

  27. avatar Someguy1 says:

    I like how a bunch of retards are acting like they know how everything in Mexico works… Untill Mexico fixes their justice system. There’s not a lot the army or navy can do against the cartels, they are doing pure police work and the criminals still break free for processing failures or just plain corruption. So in the meantime, they do this.

    But by all means, tell me how they are all working for some “cartel”.

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