Cartel suspected of American kidnappings issues alleged apology letter
Sources tell CNN the cartel investigators believe is responsible for killing two Americans last week, issued an apology letter and handed over five of their members to authorities. Two other U.S. citizens survived the kidnapping, including Latavia Washington McGee, who traveled to Mexico with her three other friends so she could undergo a medical procedure. Cheryl Orange was supposed to join her four friends but didn’t have proper identification to cross the border. She tells Anderson Cooper about the moment she realized something wasn’t right when her group of friends didn’t return to the hotel.
Plus, Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren joins AC360 to discuss President Biden’s new budget proposal and the criticism House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is facing over giving Fox News host Tucker Carlson more than 40,000 hours of security video from the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
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