The night falls, and the pirates are ready to attack. Without the need to use their weapons, they will commit one more of the million-dollar robberies that have accumulated in recent years on the coast of Campeche, under the watchful eye of marines whose orders prevent them from acting against unknown civilians.
In stealth, this small group of men subdues state workers who work for a company that, in the second quarter of 2022 alone, generated MXN 131.4 billion (US$6.6 billion).
Because this story does not belong to Mexico's colonial history, it is happening in . . .