Mexican military forces are looking into the alleged kidnapping of two U.S. citizens and their driver by a group of cartel gunmen south of the border with Texas. The case has been kept under close guard by Mexican officials.
Breitbart Texas spoke with military figures in Tamaulipas who revealed the kidnapping took place in the early morning of November 3, along the highway that connects the border city of Nuevo Laredo with Antiguo Guerrero. The victims were chased and shot at by cartel gunmen. The attackers are believed to be members of the Cartel Del Noreste faction of Los Zetas.
The victims were identified as 41-year-old Ishnanda H. and 36-year-old Kairsten H. who were riding a Toyota Camry driven by 35-year-old Marcos Solorzano.