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Cartel border war continues to leave trail bodies in Ciudad Victoria: GRAPHIC

October 23, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Cartel border war continues to leave trail bodies in Ciudad Victoria: GRAPHIC

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Terror continues to grip residents in the Mexican city of Ciudad Victoria,  the capital of the border state of Tamaulipas,  where brutal murders and dumped bodies are becoming increasingly standard as a result of a continuing turf war stemming from a split within Los Zetas, Mexico’s most ruthless cartel.

Last week, authorities discovered the bodies of a woman, an underage female, and a man, who exhibited signs of torture before their executions.

The remains were recovered in a poverty-stricken neighborhood. Military personnel raced to cordon off the area while detectives investigated the crime scene, Breitbart Texas reported.


The females were found with their hands bound and their heads encased in garbage bags, while the male victim had his body wrapped in a blanket and his hands tied.

None of the rival Los Zetas Cartel factions have taken responsibility for the gruesome murder.

The bloody scene occurred just days after cartel gunmen abducted, tortured, and killed a woman named Fabiola Serna.

As JammedUp News reported, Serna was recorded on video as she was interrogated, and the footage was then uploaded to her hacked Facebook page by members of the Los Zetas faction Vieja Escuela Z or Old School Zetas, who are fighting Cartel Del Noreste (CDN) for control of drug trafficking routes .


Two rival factions of the Los Zetas cartel have been engulfed in a brutal and bloody turf war for the control of lucrative drug trafficking and drug distribution areas.

The escalating war has led to unspeakable acts of violence including near daily kidnappings, shootouts, executions, and decapitations being committed by both sides.

The violence has since extended from Ciudad Victoria into Nuevo Laredo, Nuevo Leon, and Coahuila.

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