Man found nailed to tree screaming for help in woodland

Man found nailed to tree screaming for help in woodland

Man found nailed to tree screaming for help in woodland

Video emerged Monday of paramedics working to rescue a man nailed to a tree in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

He told KRQE News that two unidentified men took him by gunpoint and led him to the area, and forcefully nailed his hands to a tree.

A city worker found Jose Duran with both hands nailed to a tree after hearing screams for help, KRQE reported.

The victim told police it's the third time they've attacked him.

Breitbart further reports that a police officer who followed the city worker to the forest finally found Duran nailed to a tree, still conscious, breathing, and groaning in pain.

'He kept yelling, 'Help. "Help, ' and so I came and I saw him and I kind of freaked out because I didn't know if there was any other guys around", the city worker reportedly told authorities.

The video below shows the area where Duran was rescued after being found nailed to a tree back in May.

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But eventually he admits that it was two men who nailed him to the tree after a real estate deal gone wrong.

"Two people grab me and they pulled me to the trees", he told police at the hospital.

"They identified themselves as KKK", he said in Spanish. All the papers from the court they took, They had guns. In English, he added: 'Jesus gave me another chance to live'.

At the time, police said they didn't suspect this was payback for a crime or cartel-related.

The man does not have a criminal record, according to KRQE, but was involved in a court battle over a real-estate issue.

"Two men tried to kill me", Duran is heard saying in the video.

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