Reporting on the Mexican Cartel Drug War

Terror in Guerrero and Morelos from "Jefe de Jefes"

Thursday, December 17, 2009 |


Guerrero MX - The attacks of "jefe de jefes" have been continuing in recent days. With the discovery of two bodies in Guerrero attributed to the druglord of the Beltran Leyva cartel, Arturo, the trail of deaths that began since September has not stopped.

Executions in the month of December

In December 10, 2009 four bodies were found in the center of Chilpancingo. Two were completely dismembered, with a message attributing the deaths to the "jefe de jefes". The term “El Jefe de Jefes” has been tied to the leader of the Beltran Leyva Organization (BLO), Arturo Beltran Leyva.

In December 7, 2009 in the community of La Calera, Petatlan state police found the body of a man of approximately 48 of age, who had been killed with a gunshot to the head. Unlike other cases, the death was "for gossiping with the adversaries," as it was written in a message left with the body.


In December 5th two bodies were found in the road that leads to the village of Villa Lucerna of Chilpancingo. The bodies bore signs of torture, a black bag on their head and a message that accused them of being "kidnappers, thieves and extortionists".

In December 2, 2009 police discovered in the street Las Plazuelas in Acapulco, a handcuffed corpse without a sign of being killed with a firearm (prefered method of execution of the cartel), along with a message warning that this would happen to all the kidnappers. On the same day and in the same road that leads Tuncingo, police discovered another body with the same message but with a gunshot wound to the head.

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