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Terrifying CCTV shows cartel kidnap hospital patient later found butchered – Today News

 Harrowing footage captured the moment a heavily armed Mexican cartel stormed a hospital and kidnapped a patient on a stretcher before killing the victim and dismembering his body  Seven masked men armed with assault rifles – thought to be members of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel – are seen raiding the Salvatierra General Hospital in Guanajuato, a city in central Mexico  The security guard is hauled around by the jacket. First, the assailants appear to secure the area – checking the hallway and rooms for any threats  Next, they enter a room on the right and re-appear carrying an entire bed with a man still in it     As they flee, the security guard is shoved to the floor.  The gunmen took the mobile phones from staff to prevent them making emergency calls, local media reports  News Agency Aristegui Noticias called the group ‘hitmen’.  The incident took place on November 21 but the hospital CCTV footage has only just emerged  Hours after the chilling kidnapping, police were summoned to a roundabout on Torres Landa where they found the dismembered body of the man on a white sheet, along with a message written on cardboard Police have not publicised the message on the board.  Parts of the victim’s body were scattered along the roadside He was confirmed to be the patient from the hospital.  The incident seemed to be part of a bigger plot, as police confirmed two other armed groups stormed hospitals and Juventino Rosas and Apaseo el Grande in identical attacks the same day  The Guanajuato area has been riddled with conflict from rival cartels active in the area According to authorities, 37 murders were registered in Guanajuato in the last few days  Tensions are primarily thought to be fuelled between rivalling Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel and the Jalisco Cartel  The Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel are allegedly mostly dedicated to fuel theft.  The groups origins date back to 2014 when they were a group that stole the supply of the pipelines of Petroleos Mexicanos, headed by David ‘R’, ‘El Guero’, who was head of the Jose Antonio ‘El Marro’ Yepez  The organisation gained notoriety when ‘El Marro’ assumed the leadership and in October 2017 declared war on the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) for the control of fuel theft in the so-called Bermuda Triangle

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