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Chilling footage has emerged showing Mexico's most powerful cartel parading a high-ranking rival gang member in front of a camera before executing him and leaving his body hanging from a highway overpass.
Armed members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel appeared in a video released this weekend surrounding half-naked Adolfo Mendoza Valencia, who was in charge of managing a "plaza" or turf operated by the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel in Valle de Santiago, a city in the central Mexico state of Guanajuato.
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Mendoza Valencia, who was also known as El Michoacano, was bound to a chair with his hands and feet tied.
A male voice behind the camera interrogated him during a recording that was later posted on social media Sunday.
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'[My name] is Adolfo Mendoza Valencia, also known as El Michoacano,' he said before adding that he sold 'drugs in the Valle de Santiago [Santiago Valley].'
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A separate video that was circulated Sunday showed first responders removing the drug dealer's body after it was discovered hanging from a highway overpass in Guanajuato.
According to local Mexican media outlets, Mendoza Valencia had previously escaped an assassination attempt which left his 17-year-old son and another man dead July 27.
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