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Guacamaya Leaks reveals Mexican military sold weapons to criminals

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Guacamaya Leaks is a group of hackers that emerged in 2022 and is believed to be aimed at exposing governments in Latin America, including Mexico, Colombia, Chile and others.

The Mexican military sold weapons to criminals, according to a leak made by the Guacamaya Group after hacking documents from the Secretary of Defense (Cedena), the organization Mexico Anti-Corruption and Impunity (MCCI) said this Saturday. said in the report.

According to information, on June 10, 2019, Cedena learned that a soldier was providing tactical equipment, weapons and grenades. In addition, he provided intelligence on mobility and military operations to the Tejupilco-based drug cartel cell. A state in central Mexico.

“On May 31, 2019, the military provided criminal group operators with 70 fragmentation grenades at 26,000 pesos ($1,297) each. Confirmed the purchase of eight units delivered at Atracomulco.

Additionally, Cedena’s report said the arms supplier was another suspect in the Army, based at Mexico City’s 1st Military Camp, whom the criminals called “old men.”

However, the identities of both soldiers are unknown, although the report mentions that the soldier who supplied the criminal’s cell with weapons was identified by the criminal as the “new commander” and had the rank of colonel. I am revealing something.

An intercepted call showed that the crime leaders had asked the military for “2,000 ammunition for AK-47 rifles, 5,000 for R-15, and 50 magazines for each type of rifle.” I’m here.

In addition, perhaps because his murder was planned at the request of the leader of the criminals, the soldier offered to cooperate with the criminals on the location of the District Attorney of Amekameka.

Guacamaya Leaks is a group of hackers that emerged in 2022 and is believed to be aimed at exposing governments in Latin America, including Mexico, Colombia, Chile and others.

In Chile in particular, the group accessed internal emails, secret communications and classified documents of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, an advisory body to the Defense Department.

A group of “hacktivists” recently attacked the Mexican government and used unpublished documents from 2016 to 2022 to extract 6 terabytes of data from Cedena. These documents included investigations, espionage by subversive or guerrilla groups, and even inside the military’s security services. of Mexico.

Source: Biobiochile

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