Four people, two deceased and two rescued, return to the U.S. following a kidnapping in Mexico.

The kidnapping of four American citizens in Mexico last week took a violent and deadly turn, as two of them were found dead and the other two were rescued alive. The survivors were discovered in a wooden shack in a rural area in Mexico, guarded by a man who has been detained. The group was moved around frequently by their captors to try and avoid rescue attempts. The surviving Americans, Latavia “Tay” McGee and Eric James Williams, were both escorted to a U.S. hospital, with Williams suffering a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his leg. The other two victims were identified as Zindell Brown and Shaeed Woodard. Brown’s sister, Zalandria Brown, confirmed his involvement in the incident, stating that he was with two friends who had accompanied a third friend to Mexico for cosmetic surgery. The American and Mexican authorities are jointly investigating the incident, and President López Obrador has vowed that the kidnappers will be punished. However, López Obrador also criticized the coverage of the incident by the American media and accused them of sensationalizing the story.

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