Feds: Two Men Kidnapped by Gulf Cartel in Texas, Tortured in Mexico

Mexican Gulf Cartel members kidnapped two men in Texas and took them to Mexico where they tortured them for days while they forced their relatives to pay for a seized drug load. The case is just one of numerous similar cases in recent years where a Mexican drug cartel carried out kidnapping operations on American soil in South Texas.

Mexican President and Governor Trade Blame for Release of Cartel Leader’s Mother

Mexico’s President and a governor traded jabs over the release of relatives and friends belonging to a cartel leader linked to car bombs and extreme violence in central parts of the country. The president blamed corruption, while the governor claims the allegations are federal in nature.

GRAPHIC: Cartel Gunmen Kill 8 Innocent Victims in Mexican Border State Store

A group of cartel gunmen killed eight innocent victims as they bought food at a convenience store in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas. No criminal organization took credit for the attack despite the region being in the middle of a fierce turf war between several cartels.

EXCLUSIVE: Leaders Behind Mexican Border State Narco-Gang Fighting Los Zetas Cartel Unmasked

An independent drug distribution gang in the Mexican border state of Nuevo Leon continues to openly challenge Los Zetas over lucrative territories in the Monterrey metropolitan area. Breitbart Texas recently unmasked their leader and has now obtained exclusive information about the identities of the gang’s top lieutenants.

Mexican Cartel Lord’s Daughter Arrested During Brother's Court Hearing in DC

The daughter of the fearsome leader of Mexico’s Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) is in U.S. custody facing money laundering charges following her arrest at a Washington, D.C. courthouse. The incident occurred while her brother was before a judge for separate charges.

JAESON JONES: Extraditing These Los Zetas Cartel Leaders Can Reduce Violence near Texas Border

If you ever heard the horrific stories of torture and violence in Mexico against innocents, it is likely that Miguel and Omar Trevino were involved. Until the DEA can extradite the brothers to the U.S., they will continue to lead Los Zetas Cartel from inside the Mexican prison system.

U.S. Prohibits Employee Travel in Chihuahua City Due to Cartel Violence

The United States Consulate General in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, issued a security alert prohibiting U.S. government employees from traveling to the state’s capital city. The newly released travel restriction is in effect until further notice.