Video footage has emerged showing the dying moments of a female cartel boss after she was fatally wounded during a shootout with police in Mexico.
María Guadalupe López Esquivel, known as 'La Catrina,' a female member of a cartel hit squad that massacred 13 police officers in October.
The 21-year-old was involved in an attack against the military, national guard and police in La Bocanda, a town in the central state of Michoacán.
María Guadalupe López Esquivel appeared in a video filmed by the Mexican military struggling to breathe after she was wounded in an attack Friday in the central state of Michoacán.
A soldier kneels down while holding a wounded María Guadalupe López Esquivel moments before she was airlifted to a hospital where she was pronounced dead
María Guadalupe López Esquive participated in the October 2019 ambush of a police convoy that left 13 cops dead and nine others wounded
She died Friday after she and her cartel gang attacked a convoy of Mexican security forces.
A photo circulated after the incident appears to show López Esquivel's thigh tattoo in the morgue.
Pictured are seven of the eight alleged members of the Cartel who were captured by the Mexican military and police during a gun battle on Friday.
The Mexican military confiscated a cache of assault rifles and ammunition