Skip to comments.Head of lead investigator in Falcon Lake case found
Posted on 10/12/2010 1:35:22 PM PDT by AuntB
The severed head of the lead Mexican investigator in the Falcon Lake case was delivered Tuesday in a suitcase to the Mexican military, Texas Rep. Aaron Pena told CNN.
However, a spokesman for the attorney general of Tamaulipas state in Mexico said he had not heard the report.
David Michael Hartley went missing September 30.
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1. Mexican investigator in Falcon Lake case beheaded, Texas lawmaker ... Oct 12, 2010 ... Mexican investigator in Falcon Lake case beheaded, Texas lawmaker says ... Aaron Pena says; A spokesman for the attorney general of Tamaulipas ... in a suitcase to the Mexican military, Texas Rep. Aaron Pena told CNN. ... www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/10/12/texas.falcon.lake.head/?hpt...
Mexican investigator in Falcon Lake case beheaded, Texas lawmaker says ... www.cnn.com/24hours/ 3. Head of lead investigator in Falcon Lake case found This Just In ... The severed head of the lead Mexican investigator in the Falcon Lake case was ... Lead Falcon Lake investigator beheaded, says Rep. Aaron Pena (TX-40) ...
Mexican investigator beheaded Oct 12, 2010 ... State Rep. Aaron Pena, D-Edinburg, said he was told the head was ... as well as the Mexican side of the vast Falcon Lake reservoir. ... www.mysanantonio.com/.../severed_head_of_investigator_delivered_to_mexican_military_104803674.html
5. Severed head of Falcon Lake investigator delivered to Mexican army ... Oct 12, 2010 ... State Rep. Aaron Peña declared in a Twitter report that he ... of a reported tourist shooting on Falcon Lake on the Texas-Mexico border has ... www.star-telegram.com/.../severed-head-of-falcon-lake-investigator.html
6. The severed head of a Mexican investigator involved in the Falcon Lake case was delivered to the Mexican army today, according to state Rep. Aaron Peña ...
This was the logical next step. No wonder the Mexican government wasn’t keen to do anything about this murder. We need to go down there and clean it up if they can’t.
I guess we can probably rule the wife out as a suspect now.
Well, it seems as though the wife of the first victim was telling the truth after all.
Just look for the cholos with the new jet ski.
How hard can it be?
I wonder how they'd fare against the United States military?
I'd love to find out.
I s**t you not.
I don't know.
Trust the Mexicans?
Trust a woman?
This is the culture the Democrats have invited into America, which is why the MSM won’t report it.
All quips aside, condolences to the man's family.
That is end of that investigation
According to my contact who says he’s speaking with a contact in Loredo, the story is true. Time will tell. Maybe. I won’t be surprised if some of our open border advocates try to blame Hartley’s widow for this murder too ‘just to cover up her crime’.
See also today:
1 (illegal aliens!) arrested after man found decapitated in Chandler (Arizona)
It would certainly work to clean off that island in the lake that they use as a staging area, wouldn’t it.
I wouldn’t take a dump in Mexico!.....
A bit more:
[snip]CNN) — The severed head of the lead Mexican investigator in the Falcon Lake case, Rolando Armando Flores Villegas, was delivered Tuesday in a suitcase to the Mexican military, Texas Rep. Aaron Pena told CNN.
But a spokesman for the attorney general of Tamaulipas state in Mexico said he had not heard the report.
“We have nothing official,” said Ruben Dario-Rios, the spokesman. “We have not heard any report about one of our investigators being killed. We have over 1,000 investigators working for the state.”
The report came a day after authorities in the Tamaulipas state attorney general’s office gave conflicting information on whether authorities were pursuing a pair of suspects in the case of a U.S. citizen who disappeared during a sightseeing trip on the U.S.-Mexican border in South Texas.
I think I’ll change that comment on the other thread from “two heads are better than one” to “two threads are better than one”...
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