CARTEL KILLER: 'I STOPPED COUNTING AFTER 800 KILLS'
Hitman Jesus Ernesto Chavez Castillo may be the deadliest man alive. He told a Texas court that he stopped counting murders he committed on behalf of the Mexican drug cartels when the number hit 800. Castillo is accused of murdered three American consulate workers and family members in the brutally violent border outpost of Juarez.
Castillo even told the court his underworld overlords set a daily murder quota to instill fear in the police and public, Fox News reports. He is the star witness in the murder trial of
Arturo Gallegos Castrellon.
Castillo has outlined in chilling detail how the Barrio Azteca Gang Catrellon went from being a minor-league Texas prison gang into
bloodthirsty contract killers for the Juarez cartel. During their reign of terror corpses courtesy of the cartel littered the border area with the tally in the 1000s earning Juarez the title: Murder Capital of the World.
“I feel I did the right thing, since I did so much wrong,” Chavez told the court, explaining why he was now testifying against his former
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