Grisly Cartel 'Killing Field' Found In Mexican Border State

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by Tyler Durden
Thursday, Feb 10, 2022 - 04:10 AM

Mexican authorities said they had discovered a new killing field in the border state of Tamaulipas, just south of the Texas border, an area known for widespread territorial disputes between drug cartels, according to Breitbart Texas' Cartel Chronicles

The Tamaulipas State Police revealed to Breitbart that the discovery occurred last week in Jimenez, a rural community northeast of Ciudad Victoria, less than four hours away from Brownsville, Texas. 

Here's Breitbart's reporting on the muder field: 

The discovery took place this week in Jimenez, a rural community northeast of the state capital Ciudad Victoria, information provided to Breitbart Texas by the Tamaulipas State Police revealed. During the discovery, authorities also found five vehicles, a tractor-trailer with fuel remains inside, and signs of the location having been used as a camp by a drug cartel.

At the narco-camp, authorities collected several charred bone fragments consistent with the incineration of victims. Those samples are expected to undergo testing, authorities revealed in a statement. Authorities did not disclose how long the killing field had been in operation or how many bodies are believed to have been disposed of there.

According to Tamaulipas state authorities, one of the vehicles found at the cartel extermination site is believed to be one that was used in a kidnapping over the weekend. As Breitbart Texas reported, a group of gunmen kidnapped a motorist in Ciudad Victoria and then clashed with state authorities in a series of shootouts.

The violence in Ciudad Victoria comes at a time when the Gulf Cartel has been trying to take over areas that were controlled by their rivals with the Cartel Del Noreste faction of Los Zetas. The reignited turf war has led to several murders and gun battles in the central part of the state. -Breitbart

Last month, Mexican authorities found 19 charred corpses across the Rio Grande from Texas, also in Tamaulipas. 

The north-eastern state is known for violent killings and disappearances, linked mainly to powerful drug cartels fighting for territorial expansion. 

Meanwhile, President Biden and the Democrat's border security has failed as cartel violence and large amounts of illegal immigrants have spilled into the US. Law and order need to be restored on the U.S.-Mexico border.

To combat the terror on the border, the federal government has adopted robo-hounds equipped with advanced sensors to monitor cartel activity and illegal crossings.