Another cartel "extermination site" has been revealed near the southern border in Mexico after incinerated human remains and bone fragments were found, according to AP News.
Mexican investigators found a "ruined house" on the outskirts of Nuevo Laredo, a border city in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas that resides on the banks of the Rio Grande, across from Loredo, Texas, littered with burnt human remains two feet deep in one area of the house and bone fragments spread across 75,000 square feet of desert land.
AP was given exclusive access to the site where forensic technicians have been working for six months in an attempt to identify bone fragments. AP said investigators "still don't dare offer an estimate" of how many people were killed at this extermination site.
Another cartel extermination site was revealed in the same state in a town called Jimenez, about four hours south from Brownsville, Texas. Breitbart Texas' Cartel Chronicles called the area, used by cartel members, a "killing field."
The north-eastern state of Tamaulipas is known for violent killings and disappearances, linked mainly to powerful drug cartels fighting for territorial expansion.
As many as 100,000 are missing in Mexico, and 52,000 unidentified people lay in morgues and cemeteries (excluding extermination sites).
Very little progress has been made to quell the violence in the country as cartels duke it out.
Meanwhile, President Biden and the Democrats failed the American people in securing the border as cartel violence and large amounts of illegal immigrants have spilled over into the US. Chaos on the border is so extreme that Customs and Border Protection advise Texan agents to wear full kevlar (commonly known as body armor) and be equipped with long-arm guns, such as lightweight semi-automatic rifles to combat cartels.
It remains to be seen what the Biden administration's plan is to restore law and order on the southern border.