Mexican Notorious Drug Deal, Beltran Leyva, Dies At 56 Of Cardiac Arrest

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It is with deep regret to announce the death of the drug lord, Beltran leyva which occurred on Sunday. At the age of 56 years, Hector Beltran Leyva, a Mexican drug dealer was the most feared in Mexico.

Besides being the most dreaded drug dealer, he lead that cartel earned notoriety for being one of the nation’s most vindictive as well as savage, passed on later on Sunday in the Cardiac medical center while being transferred from prison after complaining of chest torment, Mexican specialists said.

Beltran Leyva had been in prison since March 2, 2016, in Federal Prison Number 1, the maximum security prison at the center of Altiplano, Mexico, where he was being charged on different account of offenses by the government including violations, the Mexico Interior Ministry said in an announcement declaring the passing on of Leyva.

Nicknamed “the H,” as per the announcement, Beltran Leyva’s was arrest in 2014 in a town where he had been acting like craftsmanship as well as real estate developer. He was viewed as a remarkable triumph for Mexican experts in their decade-long war against drug trafficking groups.

The arresting of the Beltran Leyva cartel’s supervisor was a significant blow to a drug cartel named after a gathering of siblings who wound up scandalous for the terrible turf war pursued with their previous partner, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

Guzman is at the moment facing pretrial for drug trafficking in government court located in Brooklyn.

Experts said Beltran Leyva, 56, was shifted on Sunday from jail to cardiac medical centre a few minutes after security officers noticed that he was wallowing in severe agony holding his chest, which made them call for emergency treatment from jail specialists.

As per the announcement “from the offices in charge, Beltran Leyva got the medical attention he required and more so the staff from the doctor’s facility as well as the government department depleted all the clinical assets available to it.”

Besides, his actions and behavior, Beltran had accepted to face trial and process to full judgment. He had complied with all the prison regulation generally he was a man who was ready to change.