former enforcer for the Mexican MafiaOnce an enforcer in the Mexican Mafia gang, he now cooperates with law enforcement and is in protective custody.
FROM Rene 'Boxer' Enriquez
Inside the Mexican Mafia Rene Enriquez's father was a Mexican immigrant who wanted his son to follow him into the furniture-making business. Instead, he became a powerful gangster. After 17 years in La Eme he has renounced the gang and he now assists law enforcement at the local, state and federal levels. He speaks to us from his new prison, where he is under constant protective custody.
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