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In 2006,Morenonamed his cartel "La Familia Michoacana" and in ads printed in newspapers claimed his troops were good Christians who defended their kind even if they smuggled drugs.
On the bodies, police also found cards with messages signed by a Mexican drug cartel and crime syndicate, La Familia Michoacana or the FM, which formally disbanded in 2011.
The nearly four dozen women leaders--which the PGR has labeled "dangerous" criminals--were affiliated with the major trafficking organizations, including the Zetas, La Familia Michoacana, and the Gulf and Sinaloa cartels.
Amongst the arrests, 36 were believed to be members of La Familia Michoacana and the remaining 10 part of the Zetas gang.
The Morelia archdiocese called on all Catholics in the state of Michoacan to participate in three days of prayer in response to a wave of drug-cartel violence that followed a federal crackdown on the criminal group La Familia Michoacana. Mexican President Felipe Calderon sent the military to rein in those involved in drug trafficking almost immediately after he assumed office in December 2006.