10 unusual things found at Mexican drug traffickers' home

Gold guns with saints on it to be protected. They belonged to the leader of the Knights Templar. (Photo: Recreo Viral)

Gold guns with saints on it to be protected. They belonged to the leader of the Knights Templar. (Photo: Recreo Viral)

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    Redacción Peru.com22.08.2015 / 04:39 AM

    One is a gun made of 24 carat gold. It belonged to the leader of the Knights Templar, Enrique Plancarte. Ironically, the drug trafficker is devoted to Saint Jude, Patron saint of lost causes.

    This drug lord loved extravagant things, because in one of its luxurious houses, some panthers were found. Meanwhile, in one of the mansions of the Beltran-Leyva Cartel, it was found a Siberian tiger.

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    We also have the weapon of the world’s most wanted man today. We are talking about the gun that belongs to Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, the fugitive leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, which was found in Guatemala in 1993.

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    Finding money at drug traffickers’ home is normal, but this case exceeded all expectations. In one of the residences of the Knights Templar, $ 200 million dollars were seized. The house was covered with banknotes on doors, walls and suitcases.

    Source: Recreo Viral