Monday, June 9, 2014

Kim Kardashian doppelganger Claudia Ochoa Felix is the alleged leader of a Mexican hit squad

Not shy ... Claudia Ochoa Felix posts a selfie in her swimsuit. Picture: Twitter/Claudia

Not shy ... Claudia Ochoa Felix posts a selfie in her swimsuit. Picture: Twitter/Claudia Ochoa Felix Source: Twitter
 
SHE’S a doppelganger for Kim Kardashian — but Claudia Ochoa Felix now has the internet talking after being named as the alleged leader of an infamous Mexican hit squad. 

Felix, nicknamed “The Empress of Antrax”, and “Mexico’s Kim Kardashian” by her fans, is thought to be the new leader of the Los Antrax hit squad, used by the Sinaloa cartel which carries out brutal murders and revenge attacks among other criminal acts.

The mother of three was reportedly married to a Sinaloa drug trafficker known as ‘El Chavo’.

Mexican media reports have stated she allegedly took over Los Antrax after the gang leader, Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa, otherwise known as El Chino Antrax, was arrested in Amsterdam this year.

But unlike other drug cartel bosses who tend to stay out of sight, Felix has attracted more attention to herself than ever with her social media posts where she shows off her lavish lifestyle.
Loud and proud ... Claudia Ochoa Felix holds a gun while sitting down with a glass of win

Loud and proud ... Claudia Ochoa Felix holds a gun while sitting down with a glass of wine near another man with a rifle. Picture: Supplied. Source: Supplied
 
The 27-year-old has been regularly posting photos on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram of herself with friends and associates.

But she is no tomboy-like G.I. Jane. She does it with the style of Kim Kardashian.

Living it up ... Claudia Ochoa Felix posts a photo showing off her sexy figure. Picture:
Living it up ... Claudia Ochoa Felix posts a photo showing off her sexy figure. Picture: Facbook/Claudia Ochoa Felix Source: Supplied
 
She takes selfies, promoting herself as a buxom Mexican beauty, showing off her curvaceous figure, designers clothes and more luxurious things.

She has posted photos of herself, which almost mirrors Kardashian’s own photos she has taken and posted on social media.

Sexy selfie ... Claudia Ochoa Felix, an alleged Mexican hit squad boss. Picture: Twitter/
 
Sexy selfie ... Claudia Ochoa Felix, an alleged Mexican hit squad boss. Picture: Twitter/Claudia Ochoa Felix Source: Supplied
 
Very similar ... Kim Kardashian posts a selfie on Instagram. Picture: Instagram/Kim Karda
Very similar ... Kim Kardashian posts a selfie on Instagram. Picture: Instagram/Kim Kardashian Source: Supplied
 
In some photos, she is seen holding guns, including an AK-47.

“The Empress of Antrax” is usually seen accompanied by an AK-47 rifle, known colloquially as “cuerno de chivo” or “goat’s horn,” the Latin Times reports.

On target ... Claudia Ochoa Felix with her pink AK-47 assault rifle. Picture: Supplied 
 
On target ... Claudia Ochoa Felix with her pink AK-47 assault rifle. Picture: Supplied  Source: Supplied
She has decorated hers with the colour pink with military-style camouflage.

Pretty in pink ... Claudia Ochoa Felix’s AK-47. Picture: Instagram/Claudia Ochoa Felix
 
Pretty in pink ... Claudia Ochoa Felix’s AK-47. Picture: Instagram/Claudia Ochoa Felix Source: Supplied
One photo she posted on Twitter even shows her son lying with hundreds of banknotes on his body.

Money man ... Claudia Ochoa Felix’s son covered in stacks of bank notes. Picture: Twitter
 
Money man ... Claudia Ochoa Felix’s son covered in stacks of bank notes. Picture: Twitter/Claudia Ochoa Felix Source: Supplied
 
Since the Mexican media started to focus on Felix, she has disabled her Twitter account and made her Instagram posts private.

Felix has publicly denied having any connection to any criminal organisation in a tweet, the International Business Times reports, saying she was the victim of press sensationalism and describing claims about her as “cowardly lies and slander”.

 news.com.au 8 Jun 2014

The corporate media just would not be 'kosher' without articles 'glorifying' gangsters.

Australian readers really have no way of knowing whether the doppelganger is an attention 'whore', the event a publicity stunt or an actual criminal.

If in the case of the latter, then what are the authorities doing about it?

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