The Jalisco Cartel demonstrates there firepower by posting a video online of there members standing next to a long convoy of armored vehicles.
An approximately two-minute-long video posted online Friday shows around 75 masked gunmen all dressed in military gear with bulletproof vests and wielding different high-caliber weapons like assault rifles, belt-fed machine guns, and .50 caliber sniper rifles.
Filmed on a secluded dirt road the scary footage also shows about 20 armored vehicles, some modified with gun turrets and metal armored welded to them.
As the camera filmed, you can hear the soldiers yell the name El Mencho, which is the leader of the Jalisco cartel, and right now, he is Mexico's most-wanted drug lord with a ten million dollar bounty for his arrest.
According to the DailyMail
Terrifying footage shows dozens of uniformed gunmen posing with military-grade weapons near armored pickup trucks emblazoned with the initials of the Jalisco drug cartel in Mexico as the country's top security officials launch an investigation into the video.
In what appears to be a show of power, several dozen masked men are heard shouting they are 'people of Mencho,' a nickname used by Jalisco New Generation Cartel boss Nemesio Oseguera.
Almost all of the uniformed men wearing bulletproof vests wield assault rifles, and some appear to have belt-fed machine guns or .50 caliber sniper rifles.
Many of the trucks in a column of about 20 vehicles parked on a dirt road have improvised gun turrets or plate-steel armor welded onto them.
Mexico's top security official, Alfonso Durazo, wrote Saturday that the video is being analyzed to confirm whether it is authentic and when it was made.
Durazo wrote in his Twitter account that 'there is no criminal group that has the capacity to successfully defy federal security forces, and much less with this staged event'.