On Thursday night, September 29, several documents from the National Defense Secretariat (Sedena) obtained by a group of hackers called "Guacamaya" and shared by Latinus were released. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador acknowledged that the leaked information is real and that the hacking was because "a change is taking place" in the Sedena system. What information was revealed, who is behind the leaks, and what has the Mexican government said about it?
The upcoming concert of singer Peso Pluma in Tijuana has been thrown into uncertainty following explicit threats allegedly from the Jalisco Cartel. The case transcends individual safety, raising questions about public security, artistic freedom, and the ethical dimensions of entertainment.
Islas Marías is an island of haunting contradictions. Imagine a prison where inmates live in “dignified small departments,” farm, fish, and even have their families move in—almost a utopia confined. But there's a dark underbelly: Laguna “El Toro,” a facility for 'highly dangerous' inmates.
Welcome to the chilling saga of Islas Marías, Mexico's long-standing penal colony that has housed characters as riveting as they are horrifying. Imagine a motherly figure charged with assassinating a former President, altering the course of history.