Salvador Alfonso Martinez, also known as "La Ardilla," or "Squirrel," is presented to the press at Organized Crime Special Investigations Unit (SIEDO) headquarters in Mexico City.
Salvador Alfonso Martinez, also known as "La Ardilla," or "Squirrel," is presented to the press at Organized Crime Special Investigations Unit (SIEDO) headquarters in Mexico City. AP
Salvador Alfonso Martinez, also known as "La Ardilla," or "Squirrel," is presented to the press at Organized Crime Special Investigations Unit (SIEDO) headquarters in Mexico City. AP

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