Get Familar With 'El Loco', The Mexican Assassin Responsible For 49 Deaths
He's in custody now, but with his rap sheet, I wouldn't expect him to stay in the clink very long. Supervillains rarely do. Daniel Jesus Elizondo Ramirez, better (and more easily) known as "El Loco," has been taken into custody a the man responsible for killing, then beheading 49 people, then leaving their bodies on the side of a highway to further perpetuate a reign of terror by the notorious Zeta crime syndicate.
Apparently he's not as loco as his superiors thought, as he was supposed to leave them in a town square, but got nervous about getting caught. THAT'S WHEN HE GOT NERVOUS ABOUT GETTING CAUGHT?
In case you're not getting the impression that this guy isn't to be trifled with, how about this gem - when the police came to arrest him, he attacked them by throwing a live grenade their way, then firing at them with a rifle. No video footage is available of that standoff, but in my imagination, he looked identical to the short order cook at the end of this commercial: