- Almost 16 years have passed since the day the ‘Golden Rooster’ was terribly shot to death
- The Mexican had in his repertoire a song in particular that unleashed misfortune: ‘To my enemies’
- They identify the man who ordered to kill Valentín Elizalde
ALL AN ENIGMA. Almost 16 years have passed since the day the “Golden Rooster” was terribly shot to death, but his most faithful followers continue to seek answers. With the passing of time, more and more details have been known, but finally, who killed Valentín Elizalde?
Valentín Elizalde conquered hearts with songs like ‘Volveré a amar’ and ‘Lobo domesticado’, but the truth is that it was his songs that also led to his death. The Mexican had in his repertoire one in particular that unleashed misfortune: ‘To my enemies’.
Who killed Valentin Elizalde?
Jaime González Durán, alias the Hummer and leader of Los Zetas, is the one who would have had Valentín Elizalde killed, apparently, because in the lyrics of his corrido ‘To my enemies’ the singer harshly criticized the criminal gang, he pointed out Tradebut how did you know this?
Two years after Elizalde’s murder, the authorities’ investigation took an unexpected turn when the Mexican Navy captured Raúl Hernández Barrón, a member of Los Zetas who would have been the singer’s murderer. It was he who pointed out Jaime González Durán as the person responsible for Elizalde’s death.