Skip to comments.Mexico: Dozens of Bodies Found in Hidden Graves
Posted on 11/27/2016 8:08:22 PM PST by nickcarraway
Mexican authorities say an investigation that began with an anonymous tip about kidnappings led to a grisly find: 32 bodies and nine severed heads.
The remains had been buried in hidden graves in a remote, mountainous area of Guerrero state, a hotbed of drug-related violence.
The victims and suspects have not yet been identified, state officials said in a statement Thursday. Authorities are still combing the area to see whether there are more hidden graves at the site, the statement said.
The investigation began earlier this week after authorities, acting on a tip, found a man who'd been kidnapped and held captive at a drug gang's camp.
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But when unknown people from Mexico cross the border it is A-OK.
I wonder how many bullets will be traced to Fast and Furious............
This story can’t be true because according to libertarian drug advocates, drugs just mellow you out as you eat your thanksgiving turkey and dealing drugs is a legitimate business just like running a dentistry practice.
It’s for the children......or diversity.........or you’re a racist if you don’t want their rapists and murderers.
Dear Grandson was on his way back from Guerrero where he visited his girlfriends family. On the way back, this news broke and the .gov shut the roads down for a while. He is hot to get back to the USA.
Build the Wall!!!
And here we are with the Mexican media not daring ask Obama’s head for this genocide
Depends on the drug
Supplying said commodity can be profitable in the presence of prohibition, hence the violence. Remember Al Capone. For that matter, Joe Kennedy.
Yes... we found out my daughter was living with a drug dealer... after she was shot. She still says he was just trying to make ends meet. They will say it’s because drugs are illegal, I am not sure what the data support. I do know both my kids smoked pot and my daughter, well she lived w a drug dealer.
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