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Juanito Pistola & # 39; s beheaded corpse lies upright next to the window, while other dead members of Hell & # 39; s Troop are covered with blood behind the shelters after Tuesday's shoot-out

16-year-old Mexican & # 39; assassin & # 39; let his head blow off in bloody firefight with police officers, he was sent with fellow gang members to kill

  • Juanito Pistola, 16 and six other gangsters were killed in a van on Tuesday
  • & # 39; Hell & # 39; s Troop & # 39; was sent to ambush police in Nuevo Laredo, local media said
  • The police fired high-caliber circles on the vehicle and Pistola's head was picked up
  • Pistola had been a member of the gang since 13 and rap numbers called him a contract killer
  • WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT:
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A 16-year-old alleged hired assassin let his head blow off in a horrible shooting when he was sent out with fellow gangsters to kill the police in Mexico.

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Juanito Pistola, also known as commander Little, was on Tuesday in a van with members of Hell & # 39; s Troop when they were ordered to ambush the police in the city of Nuevo Laredo, a smuggling gate.

Around noon, Pistola and six others, armed with guns and dressed in military fatigues, traveled in the Texas license plate van and the police took part in a firefight close to the airport.

High caliber rounds tore through their bodies and photos of the aftermath showed Pistola's head cleaned and the blood-soaked corpses of his comrades.

Juanito Pistola & # 39; s beheaded corpse lies upright next to the window, while other dead members of Hell & # 39; s Troop are covered with blood behind the shelters after Tuesday's shoot-out

Juanito Pistola & # 39; s beheaded corpse lies upright next to the window, while other dead members of Hell & # 39; s Troop are covered with blood behind the shelters after Tuesday's shoot-out

Pistola with a gun around him
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Pistola with a gun around him

Pistola is holding a gun

Pistola is holding a gun

Pistola, 16, poses with rifles slung over his shoulders in posts on social media, rap numbers are called him a hit man

Another four members of Hell & # 39; s Troop, a wing of the infamous Northeast Cartel (CDN), were killed in clashes with the police in the city, Vanguardia reported.

Local media said that the vehicle in which Pistola died was used a few days earlier in an attack on the police in another part of the city.

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Social media videos & # 39; s and narco rap songs have called Pistola a hit man in the ranks of the CDN since he was only 13.

According to Mexico's official news agency, Notimex, Pistola was arrested by the police in 2015.

According to reports, cartels often recruit minors to work primarily as drug smugglers.

Nuevo Laredo is of great strategic importance for the cartels because of the many international bridges and the proximity of the US.

Social media videos & # 39; s and narco rap numbers have called Pistola a hit man in the ranks of the CDN since he was only 13

Social media videos & # 39; s and narco rap numbers have called Pistola a hit man in the ranks of the CDN since he was only 13

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Social media videos & # 39; s and narco rap numbers have called Pistola a hit man in the ranks of the CDN since he was only 13

Local media said that the vehicle in which Pistola died was used a few days earlier in an attack on the police in another part of the city (photo: Pistola in a social media post)

Local media said that the vehicle in which Pistola died was used a few days earlier in an attack on the police in another part of the city (photo: Pistola in a social media post)

Local media said that the vehicle in which Pistola died was used a few days earlier in an attack on the police in another part of the city (photo: Pistola in a social media post)

The city has seen a wave of attacks by CDN gangsters on state and army police in recent weeks.

A video from last week appears to show trucks that are marked with CDN insignia that are rushing off the highway while gunshots go off.

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The CDN, formerly Los Zetas, has ruled the city since 2004 when they took it from the Sinola cartel in a bloody turf war that claimed at least 2000 lives, Telemundo reported.

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