Tourists are being “wiped off the face of Earth” in the Mexican Caribbean (The Stock Dork)

A Mexican Marine patrols a beach in Tulum, Quintana Roo state, Mexico on February 4, 2023.

Private investigator Jay Armes III revealed to Fox News Digital the grim reality unfolding along an 80-mile stretch of resorts on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, where four rival drug cartels are locked in a brutal struggle for dominance.

This battle for control, aimed at tapping into Mexico’s lucrative $30 billion tourism industry, has resulted in indiscriminate violence that has claimed the lives of both locals and international visitors.

In the process, Americans and visitors from around the world — have become collateral damage, seen gruesome violence or “just disappear, wiped off the face of the earth,” Armes said.

The four main cartels fighting for business in those areas are El Chapo’s old cartel, the Sinaloa Cartel; the Gulf Cartel; the Jalisco New Generation Cartel; and the Grupo Regional, a “smaller” cartel created by former Zetas.

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