A drug cartel reportedly left a dead body in a trash bag with a chilling note to their enemies.

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the human remains were found at the side of the San José del Llano bridge in Apaseo El Grande, Mexico. According to Daily Star, images of the body showed a bright green piece of cardboard. It had a message to the enemies of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel. It was placed around the head of the body. "You piece of sh*t b***h a** Jaliscas. This is so that you can see how our d**k feels here," the translation of the message said.

The message further read, "Come on out to that armed confrontation you murderers of innocent civilians," and that the state of "Guanajuato is a territory that belongs to the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel."

The AU Times reported that the news came after experts claimed that the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) has become a “superior force” to drug lord El Chapo’s criminal empire. They are now reportedly sending threatening airborne messages. Some people from Teocaltiche, Jalisco, which is a western Mexican state, said that last month a plane dropped flyers with a message from CJNG, which is led by Nemesio "El Mencho" Oseguera Cervantes, who is a former ally of Chapo. The cartel operates in at least 35 states across Mexico as well as Puerto Rico.

The aerial letters went out to the entire civil society of Teocaltiche and the authorities. In the letters, they listed the name of Mario González, who is an alleged operator for the Sinaloa Cartel. The letter read, "You are hereby informed that this fight isn’t with you," but noted that the battle is with "the enemy that you have had among you for many years." The enemies are those who have "caused disappearances, extortions, and homicides in the region with the Sinaloa Cartel."

The letter further read that the enemies included "González and his mob, in conjunction with some corrupt authorities that have made all their crimes go unpunished." This was given as the reason why "the CJNG is cleaning up the region." They want to "eliminate all that scum that does so much damage to society." González and all his scourges were wanted to stop "hiding behind the skirts of the government."

Last July, authorities estimated CJNG oversaw one-third of all drugs being transferred from Mexico into America.

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