Needing few words, José and and his lead bodyguard, Gabriel, communicate about their next move. No matter where the family go in public, the private guards are always nearby. While many families wish their bodyguards could be more discreet, others flaunt them as a symbol of prestige. José sees them as a necessary part of living in Mexico, being from an elite family. Unlike many bosses, he endeavors to treat them with respect and give them consistent training opportunities.
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