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Severed heads of three suspected Mexican cartel victims were found on the streets of popular tourist hotspot Cancun alongside death threats scrawled on a sheet.
A 22-year-old woman found the remains in an abandoned area in the city of Benito Juarez, in Cancun, as she was walking towards the bus station to go to work.
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The woman found three heads along with a message written on a banner and alerted the police, according to official reports.
In the message, threats were made against Julio Cesar Moreno Orendain, the Vice Prosecutor of the General Prosecution of the State in the northern area. Also threatened were Antonio Villalobos Carrillo, a Judicial State Advisor, and Ignacio Vicencio Mendez, Sub-Secretary of Public Safety Nesguer.
“Antonio Villalobos, Julio Moreno, Nesguer Ignacio Vicencio Mendez, keep on selling the state to (CJNG-Jalisco New Generation Cartel) sons of b*****s, you are going to die!” the message read, according to the Daily Mail.
Local media says several cartels operate in the area, including The Dona Lety gang, the Golfo Cartel, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel and the Los Rojos Cartel.
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— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) January 14, 2020
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