Within the last week, four U.S. citizens were allegedly assaulted and abducted in Mexico by the syndicate and drug trafficking organization Gulf Cartel.
Their abductions quickly launched a rescue operation from Mexican authorities — who ultimately discovered that two of the victims had been killed after the group crossed the southern border.
Soon after the group of friends — Latavia McGee, Eric Williams, Zindell Brown, and Shaeed Woodard — from South Carolina arrived in the city of Matamoros in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas on March 3, the four individuals were caught in a shootout between rival cartel gangs and forced into the back of a pickup truck at gunpoint.
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Following the kidnapping, Tamaulipas officials said that cartel members moved the victims throughout the state to confuse and
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