BREITBART — CIUDAD VICTORIA, Tamaulipas — Cartel gunmen recently dismembered and bagged the bodies of two victims. The two gruesome executions were just part a total of five killed in half a day, as part of their ongoing war for territorial control in this border state.
The most brutal act of violence took place on Friday evening when two gunmen in their early 20’s pulled up to an area near a private school and dumped two large black bags and a green poster board.
The two large bags contained the remains of a man and a woman who had been dismembered by members of the Grupo Bravo faction of the Los Zetas cartel. In their banner, the cartel members accuse the victim of having betrayed them and call out their rivals to meet them head in the border city of Nuevo Laredo. The banner makes an obscure reference to the “cocina” or kitchen. The term applies to the cooking or incinerating of bodies. The message appears to also point out the ongoing rash of murders and disappearances in the area.
The bags had been left behind by two gunmen in a small silver car. The car was abandoned shortly after in a wooded a area along the highway that connects the city with the rural area of Soto La Marina.
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