They executed the son of Leobardo Larios Guzmán, the former attorney general of Jalisco assassinated by an alleged revenge of the Arellano Félix

December 23, 2021

The son of the former attorney, Leobardo Larios Guzmán was assassinated in the Huetitán El Bajo neighborhood, in the municipality of Guadalajara.

Twenty-six years later, tragedy returned to the Larios family. This Wednesday around 3:45 p.m., he was assassinated Alberto Larios Cortés, son of the former attorney general of Jalisco, Leobardo Larios Guzman (1989-1995), who was executed in May 1995 for an alleged revenge of the brothers Arellano Felix.

The State Attorney General’s Office reported through a statement that the 45-year-old victim was killed with a firearm in the Colonia Huetitán El Bajo, in the city of Guadalajara.

Larios Cortés was shot when he was inside a sedan vehicle, which showed holes caused by firearm projectiles.

The body was transferred to the facilities of the Forensic Medical Service located on Batalla de Zacatecas Street, in the Revolución Fraccionamiento, in San Pedro Tlaquepaque, while experts from the Jalisciense Institute of Forensic Sciences help with the fixation and collection of the evidence from the scene. of the crime.

Alberto Larios Cortés was a lawyer by profession and legal director of the Land Registry at the Zapopan City Council.

(Photo: Twitter/FiscaliaJal)
(Photo: Twitter/FiscaliaJal)

The former attorney general of Jalisco, Larios Guzmán, was shot to death on May 10, 1995 in an apparent revenge of the Arellano Felix, who sent a command of men to Jalisco to take his life, allegedly for having rejected a bribe in exchange for freeing four members of the Tijuana Cartel.

For the crime they were arrested Jose Luis Castro Ruiz, alias Donkey, Gastón Ayala Beltrán, the gas, Rodrigo Villasenor Bon, the Roque, Y Humberto Rodríguez Bañuelos, the Frog.

Castro Ruiz and Ayala Beltrán were sentenced to 25 years in prison. The Frog, identified as the leader of the command that assassinated Larios Guzmán, He was captured on July 10, 2001.

During the report of the three years of Enrique Alfaro’s government, he revealed record figures in the homicides Y disappearances of the state.

From the start of his government in 2019 until September 2021, a total of 7,036 victims of intentional homicide were registered, which represents an increase of 46.57 percent compared to the government of the former president. Aristotle Sandoval (1974-2020) that registered 3,759 murders between 2013 and 2015.

Sandoval was assassinated in December of last year in Puerto Vallarta, during the second year of the De Alfaro administration.

Another crime that is at its highest point is forced disappearance, which according to the National Registry of Missing and Unaccounted for, in the first 34 months of the current government there were 3,928 unaccounted for.

In contrast, with Aristóteles Sandoval 1,964 victims were reported as missing.

Currently, the region located to the west of Mexico reached the first national place in the number of victims of disappearance.

During the presentation of the report, Alfaro pointed out that the 80 percent of murders are related to organized crime, so these crimes should be dealt with by the federal government.


Homicides and disappearances target the government of Enrique Alfaro