Culiacán narcos rest in peace in US$650,000 tombs

The British newspaper Daily Mail described the tombs of Manuel Torres Félix and Arturo Beltrán Leyva in Culiacán.
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The British newspaper Daily Mail reported that some of Mexico's drug lords rest in peace in custom-built mausoleums that can cost up to US$650,000. 

According to the newspaper the tomb of Manuel Torres Félix, a Sinaloa cartel capo, has a kitchen and a dining room upstairs while the mausoleum of Arturo Beltrán Leyva, who founded a break-away cartel from Sinaloa, has Wi-Fi, satellite television, 24 hour air conditioning, two bedrooms, kitchen and burglar alarm.





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