A restaurant waiter in Mexico who disarmed a cartel gunman during a grenade assault was killed in retaliation after prosecutors refused to charge the attackers last week.
The attack took place in Colima at a seafood restaurant called Mariscos Puerto De Veracruz. On the day of the initial attack, cartel gunmen arrived at the restaurant on motorbikes and lobbed grenades at the patrons.
One of the waiters jumped at one of the gunmen, disarmed him, and held him until police arrived.
After throwing two grenades, the gunmen tried to flee. Several food delivery drivers managed to surround one of the gunmen beat him until police reached the scene.
Law enforcement sources revealed to Breitbart Texas that prosecutors released the gunmen almost immediately because they could not be brought before a judge with clear evidence of being beaten before their arrests.
Soon after their…