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32 bodies found in Veracruz
The Guardian (UK) ^
| October 07, 2011
Posted on 10/07/2011 1:03:50 AM PDT by AnAmericanAbroad
Mexican security forces have found 32 bodies at several locations around the eastern city of Veracruz, according to the authorities, only two weeks after 35 corpses were dumped on a busy street in the Atlantic port.
Just two days after the Mexican government unveiled a plan to lay down the law in the state of the same name, police and marines found the bodies in three different areas of the city, the navy said in a statement on Thursday.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Foreign Affairs; Mexico; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: drugwar; gangs; massacre; matazetas; mexico; zetas
Just another sunny day in paradise.
The corpses are piling up fast and furiously, if I may borrow a phrase.
Are these more Zeta bodies?
To: Meet the New Boss
The story doesn’t really say outright, but most likely.
posted on 10/07/2011 3:04:48 AM PDT
(It's all bread and circuses for the future prey of the Morlocks.)
Maybe it’s me but I’ve noticed for some time now how travel ads in the media about vacationing in Mexico have disappeared.
posted on 10/07/2011 3:28:13 AM PDT
(Political correctness is cultural Marxism. I'm not a Marxist.)
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posted on 10/07/2011 5:59:03 AM PDT
(A vote for Cain will cure the Pain!)
Maybe its me but Ive noticed for some time now how travel ads in the media about vacationing in Mexico have disappeared.
They have. Also, San Diego has lost several cruise ship lines because of the dangers of traveling to Mexico.
posted on 10/07/2011 6:15:07 AM PDT
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