After watching Mexican cartels terrorize Mexico, a Mexican marine isn’t letting them face the justice system without taking matters into his own hands — by shaming them with sexy lingerie.
Lingerie. En serio.
Erick Morales Guevara, also known as “The Hammer,” “El Marino Loko” or “Señor Thor,” was so fed up with everything the cartels were getting away with that he struck back by humiliating cartel members, ordering his captures to wear lacy outfits and, on occasion, kiss each other.
Because Mexican men can be extremely macho, having their picture taken while wearing a lacy top is probably even more embarrassing than actually being captured by the authorities. Breitbart published the picture of a masked Señor Thor next to a captured man flaunting a black eye to match the nighty.
But his doings have not gone unnoticed by the cartel. After a raid of a property owned by Silvestre “El Chive” Haro Rodríguez, leader of the Gulf Cartel in Tampico — where the marine defaced a picture of the leader’s father and tampered with his ashes — the cartel put up banners claiming Morales Guevara was under their payroll.
However, Mexican authorities have moved the marine to another part of the country where they say “he is currently ‘having fun’ in the Mexican state of Michoacán, where he continues to capture and cross-dress his victims.” Payback’s a b*tch.
Watch the clip below and read more about this courageous marine here.
“I’m currently ranked 13th in steeple for this outdoor season, with only one race under my belt,” she told us via email. “I’m the second fastest returner for steeple, and I’m in the running (haha) for winning the national title at the end of May.”
By choosing to run as a non-attached athlete, Martinez would essentially be disqualifying herself from competing for the national title. For her, this sacrifice was more than worth it.
“[The] majority of the perpetrators on campus have been male athletes, some of which had already been suspended from their respective programs prior to these incidents,” she explained. “That makes me very uncomfortable not only as an athlete of color, but as a female athlete. Once I started learning who was involved, I saw even more reason for me to take the stance that I did. I feel uncomfortable in a place that I call my home.”
That’s right. She’s put a once-in-a-lifetime dream on the line to take a stand for Latinos.
“I’m 80 percent sure I will run the remainder of the season in my jersey. We will be having another meeting with Brand this Friday and based on what we have heard from faculty and some administrators, change is happening,” Martinez said. “I feel that based off the meeting with Brand, I will then make the ultimate decision of whether to run with the jersey or not for the remainder of the season.”
Cornell College spokesperson Jill Hawk confirmed that the administration had met with Martinez to further discuss the fracas.
“Ms. Martinez has decided that she will be running in her jersey for the remainder of the season,” Hawk said in a written statement. “Faculty and staff met with Ms. Martinez to discuss her concerns, and they want to do whatever they can to erase any feelings of insecurity for any Cornell College students. We value all of our students and realize that the incidents that occurred last week have had an impact on the entire campus.”
Whether Martinez decides to rock the purple school jersey or not, it’s clear that her actions have started a much needed conversation at her campus.
“I’m not naive enough to think that everything will be fixed overnight,” Martinez concluded. “We just want the proper steps to be taken so that change will happen. It will happen either in these last few weeks of the school year and even throughout the next school year, and for years to come.”