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Captured 4 of the ‘Zetas’ in NL, including a minor

June 29th 2012   ·   2 Comments

Monterrey, NL. The State Investigation Agency today announced three suspected members of a band cell of Los Zetas, arrested with a minor, whom he accused of kidnapping, extortion of businesses and municipalities in nine murders in the citrus region and south the state.

Among his victims would be the brothers Raul and Sergio de la Garza Cavazos Fortino, brothers of the state leader of the PRI, Sergio Alanis Marroquin.

Jorge Domene Zambrano, government spokesman Security of Nuevo Leon, said that the subjects who acted as hit men and hawks, operating in the municipalities of Santa Catarina, Allende, Montemorelos, Linares and Galeana, among others. They also had a safe house in the municipality of Santa Catarina, west of the metropolitan area, where they kept kidnap victims.

Those arrested were identified as Luis Enrique Villarreal and Carlos Marroquin Vite Vite, Francisco Guadalupe Martinez and under 16 nicknamed “El Sapo”, the latter not presented to the media, who were placed under arrest for the proper integration of the inquiry corresponding preliminary.

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  1. this is so horrific…………………wait until it happens in the USA

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