CJNG training camp/torture center where it suspected victims were fed to exotic animals

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Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY GUS  Source

The group led by Mencho is said to have committed heinous crimes against enemies and innocents.
A video circulating in social networks showing images of the video of the place where allegedly drug traffickers from  the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel ( CJNG ) allegedly fed the lions, crocodiles and even pigs with the remains of their victims and in some cases while victims were alive.
In the place where allegedly assassins and new members were trained and where said atrocities were allegedly committed – although this information has not been confirmed by the authorities but also not denied –  and in which images of Santa Muerte were found, as well as a gym and even the zoo with lions, crocodiles, ostriches, pigs, among other animals.
In the scenes captured by security cameras of the closed circuit of the ranch, the arrival of policemen and how they are inspecting room by room in search of members of the criminal group.

The place is identified as the Monte Rico ranch, in the municipality of José Azueta or Villa Azueta, where the criminal group led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias el Mencho , or Señor de Los Gallo , or El Gallero reportedly committed torture and murder allegedly in complicity with the criminal group identified as the Los Piñas Cartel or Las Piñas.
The broadcast of the video occurs in the context of the shooting down of one of the leaders of the criminal group identified as Melvin “N”, who attacked the Veracruz authorities during an operation.
It should be remembered that the ranch is located near a huge narco-grave that was located inside another ranch in the municipality of Playa Vicente, also in the state of Veracruz in Mexico, this past February.

Back then, through a statement, the State Public Security Secretariat indicated that the property could belong to the criminal group that is identified as the Las Piñas Cartel and which is related to the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel.


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