Mums Emotional Plea To Cartel Boss To Find Missing Sons

This is the emotional moment a mother makes a plea to the leader of one of Mexico’s most-dangerous cartels to help her find her four missing sons.

The footage shows a Mexican woman whose name has not been reported asking Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias ‘El Mencho’ the leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) for help finding her four sons who reportedly disappeared in the city of Ocotlan in the state of Jalisco in central-western Mexico on 19th December 2019.

The mother is seen holding a piece of cardboard with pictures of her four missing sons named Jose de Jesus Martinez Camarena, 40, Ernesto Padilla Camarena, 38, Tonatiuh Avalos Camarena, 28, and Osvaldo Javier Avalos Camarena, 24.

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The mother is heard saying: “This video is addressed to you, Mr Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes. I’m asking you for a favour, help me find my four children. They disappeared in Ocotlan at 10:30 in a white Dodge Caravan in 2003 with the number plate JKJ2252.

After naming her sons she says: “I need you to help me. I know you are good and you have helped many people. Please, I’m asking you to help me.”

It is currently unclear if the cartel leader has agreed to help the woman find her sons.

According to the System of Information About the Victims of Disappearance (Sistema de Informacion Sobre Victimas de Desaparicion, SISOVID), 9,193 people went missing in the state of Jalisco between 1995 and the 31st of March 2020.

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Mother asking ‘El Mencho’ for help to find her children

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