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Los Zetas dump tortured bodies of nine people near Texas Border

July 29, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Los Zetas dump tortured bodies of nine people near Texas Border

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Los Zetas Cartel operatives dumped the tortured remains of nine people outside a residence located a few blocks away from Nuevo Laredo’s border with Texas.

The multiple killings occurred in the Viveros area on the northeastern side of the city, which is close to the international bridges with Laredo, Texas.

Luis Alberto Rodriguez, the spokesperson for the Tamaulipas police task force called “Coordination Group,” indicated that the victims were five females and four males, one of whom was handcuffed.

The bodies of nine victims were left outside a residence near the Texas border

“While it is not corroborated, there is a family relation between the individuals,” the official stated.

On top of the bodies, a poster displayed the message: “This is not a game, nephew.”

On social media, citizen journalists revealed that the house where the bodies were dumped belongs to a woman who is related to Pablo Cesar “Takia” Alvarez, a regional Los Zetas boss of the Cartel Del Noreste faction, according to Breitbart Texas..

On top of the piled-up bodies, a poster board displayed the message: “This is not a game, nephew.”

The organization currently controls Nuevo Laredo.

“El Takia” was an area boss for Nuevo Laredo until 2016 when he was apprehended; since he was underage, he was sent to a juvenile detention center.

As soon as he was an adult, Takia was brought to the Ciudad Victoria prison where he helped operate the prison from the inside on behalf of the CDN. After a string of riots and escapes, authorities transported El Takia to another facility.

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