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Mexico cartel lines up 20 rivals it accused of “killing innocent people and women” and executed them

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Terrifying moment Mexican cartel members line up 20 gang members before they are executed, leaving several bodies outside the office of the city’s elected mayor

  • Video leaked by the Los Tlacos cartel shows rival members of La Bandera kneeling side by side before being killed
  • Four bodies were discovered in the trunk of an abandoned car left for the campaign office of Iguala, Mexico, elected mayor David Gama Pérez
  • A member of Los Tlacos can be seen in the images interrogating La Bandera members, who linked their leader Chucho Brito with Mayor Gama Pérez
  • One of the gang members said Chucho Brito had a direct “line” with the mayor and made money from construction projects awarded to him










A cartel has released disturbing video footage of 20 of its rivals standing side by side before being executed in southwestern Mexico.

Los Tlacos accomplices accused members of rival La Bandera of ‘extort and kill innocent people’ before they are forced too Kneel and interrogate them at gunpoint in the middle of a forest in Guerrero State.

The La Bandera gang is reportedly an armed wing of Guerreros Unidos, the cartel involved in the 2014 kidnapping of 43 students in Ayotzinapa.

At least four of the victims’ bodies were found dumped in the trunk of a car that had been abandoned Wednesday morning outside the campaign office of Iguala Mayor David Gama Pérez.

An alleged Los Tlacos cartel member points his gun at one of La Bandera’s 20 members

One of the four victims found in the trunk of the abandoned car was under investigation for the murder of two men, the Guerrero State Attorney General's Office said Wednesday.

One of the four victims found in the trunk of the abandoned car was under investigation for the murder of two men, the Guerrero State Attorney General’s Office said Wednesday.

Authorities in Iguala, a city in southwestern Mexico's Guerrero state, have cordoned off a street where an abandoned car with four bodies was found Wednesday morning.  The victims included 20 members of a gang known as La Bandera, who had been kidnapped by rival faction Los Tlacos.

Authorities in Iguala, a town in southwestern Mexico’s Guerrero state, have cordoned off a street where an abandoned car with four bodies was found Wednesday morning. The victims included 20 members of a gang known as La Bandera, who had been kidnapped by rival faction Los Tlacos.

It is not known whether the remains of the other 16 victims have been recovered.

A masked, armed member of Los Tlacos further claimed that La Bandera leader Chucho Brito is a close ally of elected mayor Gama Pérez, in the shocking video released on social media.

“People from Iguala, here are all those who extorted money and killed innocent people and women,” the cartel member with the cartel weapons said. ‘The garbage that had this beautiful city in fear. We told them and the time has come, this turf already has an owner.’

Authorities have found just four of the 20 alleged members of a gang known as La Bandera who were kidnapped and murdered by the Los Tlacos cartel

Authorities have found just four of the 20 alleged members of a gang known as La Bandera who were kidnapped and murdered by the Los Tlacos cartel

According to one of those questioned, the elected mayor of Iguala, David Gama Pérez, had awarded public works to Chucho Brito, the alleged leader of La Bandera, a gang linked to the criminal organization Guerrero Unidos.  DailyMail.com contacted Gama Pérez's office for comment

According to one of those questioned, the elected mayor of Iguala, David Gama Pérez, had awarded public works to Chucho Brito, the alleged leader of La Bandera, a gang linked to the criminal organization Guerrero Unidos. DailyMail.com contacted Gama Pérez’s office for comment

He walked past the line and pointed his pistol at the heads of ten La Bandera members and asked them to identify themselves.

At one point, he questions one of the individuals, who admits Chucho Brito has a direct “line” with the mayor’s office, while another La Bandera accomplice says Chucho Brito made money from construction projects awarded to him.

DailyMail.com reached out to Mayor Gama Pérez’s office for comment.

According to the Guerrero State Office of the Attorney General, one of the four men found in the vehicle was identified as Luis Ángel and was under investigation for the aggravated murder of two men.

“The state attorney general will continue the corresponding investigations to locate him or those likely responsible for this criminal act in the northern region of the entity,” the attorney general’s Guerrero State Office said in a statement. .

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