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Mexican Border State Cops Executed U.S. Tourists and Covered It Up, Say Sources

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Allegations have been made against two Mexican police officers for the possible murder of two US tourists.

Shorty after crossing the Mexican border into America, two US tourists were gunned down and the incident turned out to be fatal for both tourists. Two Mexican police officers claimed to have chased after the US tourists who evaded the border check and then opened fire on the officers who pursued them, in response the officers also opened fire.

Turns out that the American tourists did NOT avoid the check point and they also had NO weapons of which to open fire on the officers in the first place. The entire story was fabricated so that the two Mexican border officers could get away with murder and blame it on drug trafficking problems. What hasn’t been revealed is why…

Via Breitbart:

Initially, members of a metropolitan special response unit known as “GROM” claimed that two men riding in a maroon pickup ran a checkpoint along the highway that connects this state with Zacatecas.

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As Breitbart Texas initially reported, Coahuila state authorities falsely claimed that the two men ran a checkpoint and then opened fire on police officers, who chased them. In response, police officers opened fire and killed the two alleged gunmen. The two men have since been identified as U.S. tourists. According to Mexico’s Reforma, the victims were identified as Demetrius Atkins and Edgar Valdez Rodriguez, a Mexican national but legal resident in Missouri.

State officials revealed to Breitbart Texas that the theory presented by the cops has not held up to scrutiny and obtained arrest warrants against three members of the GROM. Two of those officers, Ivan Vladimir “El Hermano” Monsivais Martinez and Felix Enrique “La Piraña” Moreno Vasquez were arrested and are named in the ongoing investigation. The two cops remain in custody at a state prison facility in Coahuila.

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