This headline appeared earlier today in El Universal:
The gist of the story is not that Chapo Guzmán and the rest are moving into software startups --though would that necessarily be a bad thing?-- as the headline sort of implies, but rather that independent of the software industry, there is ever more Mexican gang activity in the cities of Silicon Valley. Scary!
Except, the only supporting evidence mentioned by the DA whose interview formed the basis of the article was that of a triple homicide in Club Mexicali, in San Jose. In that case, the suspects were all from Salinas, California. (I am not familiar with the case, so perhaps later developments revealed the involvement of Mexican criminals, though I doubt it.) That's not much of example.