Mexican Drug Cartel Beheads Rivals on Video
Members of the Zetas cartel meet gruesome death
If you ever needed a reason to say no to drugs (or stay the hell up out of Mexico), here are three.
Video has surfaced online of three members of the infamous Zetas drug cartel in Mexico being beheaded by rival group, the Gulf Cartel.
In the grainy three-minute video, three of five hostages are shown on camera being asked questions by a man behind the lens.
When asked who sent them, each of them respond saying "Z-40" or "40," referring to the Zeta gang's second-in-command, Miguel Angel Treviño Morales.
"You find yourselves here because you came to f*** us," says the man behind the camera. "Pay attention, men."
That's when masked men holding machetes begin sawing the hostages heads off as they beg for mercy.
"This is how all your filthy people are going to end," says the voice as the masked men hold up the three heads.
If you have the stomach for that kind of stuff or just feel the extreme urge to get scared straight, you can view the video here.