After Shootout with police during transfer of El Chapo’s son for extradition to the US to stand trial for his part in running an international Drug Cartel, the Mexican Government is in clear need for security technology.

Today, October 18, 2019, Mexico played off their surrender to terrorist extortion as ‘in the interest of public safety’ with today’s release of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives. Guzman’s release came at the chagrin of U.S. officials who were set to transfer the world’s leading drug lord to the U.S. to stand trial. Guzman’s father, also known as “El Chapo”, is currently serving multiple life sentences in a U.S. prison. This comes after 13 police were killed in an ambush executed by members of “El Chapo’s” cartel.

With chaos comes opportunity and one cutting edge Colombian company is wasting no time. Veiw Systems is a security technology company that can deter tragic events such as this most recent one. Veiw Systems, publicly traded on the US OTC Stock market under symbol VSYM, installs and distributes VEIWSCAN; the companies state of the art award winning Concealed Weapons Detection System in Colombia and throughout the world. 

A logical step to enhance security for the government of Mexico would be to list the company on the Mexican stock market through the SIC listing systems for foreign companies. Once there the people can support the company as it gets its products distributed to the right hands, supporting the ability for the Mexican government to do its job, which is to protect its citizens and be a responsible neighbor to the United States. 

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