23 killed in second Nuevo Laredo massacre

23 killed in second Nuevo Laredo massacre

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In an apparent escalation of brutal violence involving rival drug gangs on the U.S. border, 23 bodies were discovered along with a banner stating that those killed were the perpetrators of a car bomb that exploded in the city on 24 April 2012. The mass murder attacks were carried out between the allied Sinaloa and Gulf Cartels against Los Zetas in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, across the U.S.-Mexico border from Laredo, Texas. The drug-violence in Nuevo Laredo began in 2003 when the city was controlled by the Gulf Cartel.

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