The manner of honoring the boss of an Ecuadorian cartel, who lost his life after being executed in an assassination along with his daughter, has made the rounds of the network.
His men have honored the cartel boss by burying him with dozens of weapons placed in his coffin, described as an attempt to protect himself in the afterlife.
Manuel Julian Sevillano Bustamante is believed to be the leader of the “Los Fatales” cartel.
His relatives filled the 39-year-old’s coffin with machine guns, shotguns and even a revolver so he would be ‘armed to the teeth in the afterlife.’ They also put a hat on him to wear so he could look his best at St. Peter’s Gates.
It is learned that the leader of “Los Fatales”, which operates in the Los Rios region of Ecuador, has died after being shot outside a car wash in Mocache, along with his 20-year-old daughter and a security guard.
No one has claimed responsibility for the deaths of Bustamante and his daughter, but authorities suspect the attack may be the result of clashes between rival gangs in the lucrative world of drug trafficking.
According to local media, “Los Fatales” are at war with the “Los Cornejos” cartel for control of the drug trade in the provinces of Manabi and Los Rios.