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Here’s the moment ten cartel hitmen are busted red handed with six bodies in back of a pickup truck

December 21, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Here’s the moment ten cartel hitmen are busted red handed with six bodies in back of a pickup truck

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Mexican authorities released images showing the band of cartel hitmen, who were recently caught red-handed with the bodies of victims they had just executed in the Western State of Jalisco.

At a press conference, State Attorney General Eduardo Almaguer said the Mexican Army arrested ten purported hitmen from the ruthless Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) traveling in a convoy of SUVs carrying the bodies of six people on Sunday near the town of El Salto, Jalisco.

According to the reports, all the victims had their hands and feet bound with tape and showed signs of torture. Some had their heads covered with plastic.

Almaguer said the executions were connected to an internal dispute between rival cells of the CJNG fighting for control of the areas surrounding Guadalajara.

The official said the trucks were traveling on a road near the border with Tlaquepaque, en route to dispose of the bodies in San MartĂ­n de Las Flores, when a Mexican Army patrol responding to report of gunfire in the area ordered the vehicles to stop.

The Attorney General said the suspects intended to leave the bodies in public to intimidate a rival criminal cell, also belonging to the Jalisco New Generation cartel, Proceso reported.

The occupants of the vehicles attempted to evade capture but were detained.

Mexican officials released only first names of the ten sicarios, and abbreviations for their surnames — including the leader of the CJNG cell, Johnny “N”, age 25, who goes by the name “El Big Mama” — along with images, which were obtained by Blog del Narco.

Almaguer said “El Big Mama” is the leader of a CJNG cell in Coatzacoalcos, near the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, and is considered one of the most sought after criminals by the authorities in the states of Jalisco and Quintana Roo.

The Attorney General said the ten arrested cartel hitmen, four from Veracruz and the rest of Jalisco, are the targets of 12 kidnapping investigations and six for homicide and extortion.

Among the detained suspects includes a former investigator with the state prosecutor’s office and a former cop who was recently arrested for failing to show up for a shift.

Authorities said the cell was sent to the area to strengthen control in the municipalities of Tlaquepaque, El Salto, and Ixtlahuacán, and are suspected in three other homicides that occurred in recent weeks.

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