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Mexican Authorities Raid Cartel House Of Horrors In Northern Mexico

August 24, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Mexican Authorities Raid Cartel House Of Horrors In Northern Mexico

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Mexican security forces conducting an operation against Gulf Cartel hitmen in the Nothern part of Veracruz, discovered a clandestine mass grave in what they are calling a cartel torture house.

Tamulipas Police officals also revealed that officers also rescued eleven kidnapping victims.

According to Breitbart Texas, The gunmen operated the cartel torture house in the southern part of the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas and the northern part of Veracruz.

Officals say the arrested cartel members were kidnapping highway travelers from southern states, who were then tortured and held for ransom, then murdered.

The operation was carried out by Mexican federal police officers in the town of Pueblo Viejo, Veracruz. The stash house is where the gunmen held and tortured 11 victims while they demanded ransom from their families.

The victims were held between five and twenty days and showed various signs of malnourishment.

During the raid, authorities found a septic tank that was being used by the by the hitmen as a clandestine grave site to hide the bodies of their victims.

Authorities said a forensic specialist has been conducting an investigation of the site.

The kidnapping victims who were rescued alive were ten men from the Mexican states of Tabasco, Chiapas, and Veracruz. The eleventh victim was a man from South America.

During the raid authorities arrested ten cartel gunmen including two teenagers who were described as 17 and 15-years-old. They are prime suspects in the murders of some of the victims.

Jesus Ivan “El Muecas” Robles Perez was identified by authorities as the head of the cartel kidnapping crew. The adult henchmen were described as five men and two women. They are believed to be responsible for at least eight other kidnappings where the victims were never heard from again.

From Breitbart Texas

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