ⓘ Luis Alberto Guerrero Reyes

Luis Alberto Guerrero Reyes

ⓘ Luis Alberto Guerrero Reyes

Luis Alberto Guerrero Reyes was a Mexican suspected drug lord and high-ranking member of Los Zetas, a criminal group based in Tamaulipas, Mexico. He joined the Mexican Army in 1987, specializing in explosives, martial arts and grenade launchers. In 1999, he deserted the military and joined the Gulf Cartel under kingpin Osiel Cardenas Guillen, becoming one of the first members of its newly-formed paramilitary wing, Los Zetas. Like Guerrero Reyes, most of the first members of Los Zetas were ex-military. Los Zetas was responsible for providing security services to Cardenas Guillen and carrying out executions on the cartels behalf.

Known for his arrogance and aggressive behavior, Guerrero Reyes was a suspect in several murders, including those of his friend and wife. Investigators suspect that he was part of a group of commandos that killed the kingpin Edelio Falcon Lopez. Guerrero Reyes has also been an instructor for new members of the Zetas, training them in combat and counter-insurgency. In 2004, he was killed in a passing car by unknown persons along with four other people after he left a disco in Matamoros. His murder remains unsolved, it is unknown if he was killed by his own cartel or rival gangsters.

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