FILE - In this Dec. 12, 2010 file photo, a man holds a sign that reads in Spanish "Nazario will always live in our hearts," referring to La Familia drug cartel leader Nazario Moreno Gonzalez during a demonstration after the government announced he was killed in Apatzingan, Mexico. (AP Photo/Primera Plana, File)
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Relatives of Nazario Moreno, head of the Knights Templar drug gang killed last week despite being reported "dead" in 2010, gathered for a wake with no police presence late Saturday.Moreno, best known by his nicknames "El Chayo" and "El Mas Loco" (The Craziest One), was killed in a shoot-out with soldiers in the town of Apatzingan in western Mexico on March 9 .Officials had earlier said that he had been killed in a shoot-out more than three years ago, but his body was never found.
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