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Lifelong Rancher Fights Off Cartel Kidnappers

via VICE News on Youtube

A rancher in Tamaulipas, Mexico fought off a group of cartel gunmen who tried to kidnap him from his home.

Despite the property’s proximity to various law enforcement buildings, the gunmen were able to act with impunity.

The rancher barricaded himself inside and sustained injuries during the confrontation, but managed to fight off the attackers. (Trending: SNL Legend Unleashes On Democrats)

This incident is reminiscent of a similar case in 2010, where another rancher died fighting off cartel gunmen.

No arrests have been made in the recent case.

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