Reports emerging from Mexico's federal Attorney General's Office reveal that two bodies found in a car have been confirmed to be those of two prosecution agents kidnapped Feb. 5.
The agents were kidnapped by a drug gang that later forced them to appear in a video. The Mexican Federal Attorney General’s Office branded the acts as terrible but it did not release a report as to how the agents died.
It’s been established that the bodies were uncovered in Xalisco, a town in the Pacific coast state of Nayarit, which known for trafficking heroin to the United States. The federal agents are said to have worked with the Criminal Investigation Agency which was a kind of federal detectives' bureau.
The footage recorded by the gang shows the two agents bound and on their knees, confessing supposed rights violations while masked men pointed guns on their heads.
It’s believed that the gunmen thought they were undercover intelligence agents, however, the office revealed that the two were off duty when they went missing in action.