The death of Jesús Francisco Sarrazin Lorh, nicknamed “El Pirata” of the Sinaloa Cartel, was reported at the Hermosillo, Sonora racetrack where the so-called “drag races” were taking place.
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It turns out that the boss of the square participated in these clandestine races and was driving a high-acceleration vehicle. Apparently, due to a mechanical failure, his car overturned since, in a video that circulates on social networks, it can be seen that it does not crash into anything at all.
The fame of “El Pirata” has transcended since he not only climbed within the criminal organization first by being a plaza boss in Huatabampo and later in the capital, Hermosillo, Sonora. To later make his illegal activity known to him through narco corridors.
“It’s the adrenaline that changes my nerves if I’m behind the wheel or just like blowing a horn,” narrates the narcocorrido “I am the pirate” by the singer-songwriter Edgardo Núñez.
The Justice Prosecutor’s Office reported that El Pirata arrived seriously injured at clinic 14 of the Mexican Institute of Social Security, where he used the name Efrén Saúl Yocupicio Colorado. His real identity was not discovered shortly when they started investigating a gun in his clothing.