5/25/2016 ABC News
Authorities in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz found the hacked-up bodies of what appear to be five men along with a sign attributing the killings to a dispute between drug cartels, prosecutors said Tuesday.
The state prosecutors’ office said the body parts were found next to a sign listing the nicknames of five men. The message also read: “The cleanup, respectfully, CJNG, we are here” and “this is what happened to me for coming to Veracruz, where there is a full cleanup of all the dirty Zetas.”
The initials CJNG refer to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, which has been battling the Zetas cartel for control of the state. Veracruz has been the scene of bloody killings by both cartels.