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    Kidnapping Videp of Americans in Mexico – Two Americans found dead

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    • Two of the four American citizens who were abducted at the Mexico border due to mistaken identity have been found dead, according to the governor of Tamaulipas, Américo Villarreal.
    • The four tourists from South Carolina had traveled to Matamoros for cosmetic surgery and were traveling in a white minivan with North Carolina license plates when they were attacked by armed men.
    • The FBI has offered a reward of $50,000 for the safe return of the victims and the capture of the kidnappers.
    • One of the victims has been identified as Zindell Brown, and his sister, Zalandria Brown, expressed shock and disbelief at the kidnapping.
    • A video posted on social media showed the four individuals being forced into the bed of a pickup truck by armed men in broad daylight.
    • Matamoros has been plagued by violence for years, with various factions of the Gulf drug cartel vying for control.

    The governor has confirmed that two out of the four Americans who were abducted at the Mexico border have been discovered deceased.

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    The governor of Tamaulipas, Américo Villarreal, has confirmed that two out of the four American citizens who were kidnapped in Mexico due to mistaken identity have been found dead, with one victim reportedly wounded and the fourth remaining unharmed.

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    The kidnapping occurred last week in Matamoros, after the four tourists from South Carolina had traveled to Mexico for cosmetic surgery.

    The FBI reported that the victims were traveling in a white minivan with North Carolina license plates when they came under fire shortly after entering Matamoros. The kidnappers then placed all four Americans in a vehicle and fled the scene.

    The FBI is offering a reward of $50,000 for the victims’ safe return and the arrest of the kidnappers. One of the victims has been identified as Zindell Brown, the brother of Zalandria Brown, who expressed shock and disbelief at the kidnapping.

    The group had made the trip to Mexico to split up the driving duties, but were aware of the risks involved.

    A video posted on social media showed the four individuals being forced into the bed of a pickup truck by armed men. Matamoros has been plagued by violence for years, with various factions of the powerful Gulf drug cartel vying for control.

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