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The Mexican singer Carlos Ocaranza, known as "Loco Elizalde," relative of the famous singer Valentin Elizalde was murdered three years ago, shot and killed today as he left for a concert in a bar in Guadalajara in western Mexico, reported sources officers.
Police Commander of the State of Jalisco, where Guadalajara is capital, Alberto Miranda Gutierrez told Reuters that the attack, which was also seriously wounded the representative of Ocaranza took place after the artist completed a presentation on La Revancha Bar, west of the city.
"This was a direct assault. Iban to deal with the singer's truck, but the player was dead on the sidewalk, at first sight with an impact on the head and another in the chest, while his wounded with three bullets, one of them in the head, "he explained.
Two assassins waited for Ocaranza, 32, on the street outside the bar, and then shoot him they fled on a motorcycle.
In the place of the murder collected 12 caliber bullet casings from 9 mm.
For its part, the representative of the artist, Jorge Altamirano Pelayo, was taken to the Antiguo Hospital Civil de Guadalajara, where he stated that his medical condition was serious.
Agents in the area of intentional homicide of the Office of the State of Jalisco (state prosecutors), indicated in press statements that the musician was also a relative of the singer Valentin Elizalde was murdered in 2006, but did not require the kind of kinship.
The genre of music grupero highlights preferences drug barons and assassins, because their narcocorridos recount the deeds and praise and love affairs of the characters related to drug trafficking.
It is said that the drug lords pay large sums of money because they write songs and it is estimated that since 1992 have been killed by drug traffickers more than a dozen singers dedicated to this genre.
Among them are cases that shook the Mexican society, like Valentin Elizalde's own, "El Gallo de Oro", shot after a concert, or that of Sergio Gomez, lead singer of the group K-Paz de la Sierra, in 2007. (OEM-EFE).