Skip to comments.[Juarez:] Kidnapping Victim Murdered Even Though Ransom Paid
Posted on 08/14/2010 1:02:48 PM PDT by SwinneySwitch
Thursday night the body of a woman was found inside the Colinas cemetery.
The woman is said to be in her 30's and was discovered near a grave.
A man and a woman were attacked while driving around in south Juarez. Gunmen shot them both. The male driver was killed and the female passenger was injured
A body was found wrapped in a blanket with several gunshot wounds. The person's identity has not been released.
Finally, the body of a man was found in the Rio Grande. According to Juarez police the man was kidnapped two days ago and his family had paid a ransom to the kidnappers.
Even though the ransom was paid the kidnapping victim was murdered.
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Looks to me like all the smart money is in the kidnapping racket. How does a fella go about getting in this exciting business venture?
Our southern border has never been safer big dis, I mean big sis.
If this happens a couple more times they are going to put themselves out of business. It's the same reason the 911 terrorists put hijackers out of business.
The only reason families of kidnap victims and passengers on hijacked planes are non-combative is because there is something to gain when they are compliant. But when there is a perception that there is no benefit to going along with the criminals, then families of kidnap victims will be more willing let the cops round up the kidnappers when they try to pick up the ransom. Before long you will have no one willing to pay ransom and fewer criminals willing to try to pick up the ransom.
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Our southern border has never been safer
How comforting! /s
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