Trucks of produce go up in flames after producers refuse to pay cartel extortion demands

Through a video circulated on social networks, at least four trucks could be seen on fire near Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán. The recordings were shared during the afternoon of Tuesday, November 22.

According to reports, the attacks were the result of the refusal to pay the extortion money demanded by organized crime groups from local producers, so they burned trucks full of produce.

In the same area, on November 18, Michoacán authorities reported the arrest of two men allegedly responsible for the kidnapping and murder of the secretary of an Ocampo city . . .

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