Source: El Bravo
In four separate incidents four unidentified men were found executed in different parts of Matamoros, prompting the mobilization of police authorities and rescue medical units.
The men were executed and dumped on the street, where they were found handcuffed with visible signs of violence.
The first report came at 1:30AM on Sunday about two men that had been shot in the streets 14 and Diagonal Cuauhtemoc, in the center of the city. Both men appeared to have been shot numerous times. Both men had no identification and their identities could not be determined but were said to be two men between the ages of 30 and 35 years of age.
At the scene authorities located at least seven spent casing of various calibers. There was no information on who might be responsible for the executions.
One of the bodies belongs to a man about 35 years old, fair-skinned, with goatee, who was wearing a brown shirt and blue jeans.
The other body was a dark skin, brown hair, dressed in black, blue jeans and a plaid shirt with blue, gray and black stripes.
Both bodies were barefoot and were not carrying identification.
Two hours later medical rescue unit were again dispatched to attend to two bodies that were reported on the streets of Sixth and Michoacan. It was initially reported that both men had been hit by a vehicle, but upon closer examination it was evident that the two men had been killed by gunfire. Both men were handcuffed and dumped on the street.
One of the bodies was wearing blue jeans, white shirt and black tennis shoes with yellow stripes and on the left shoulder he had a tattoo of two angels.
The other man was wearing khaki shorts, an orange shirt and was wearing only one sandal. He had severe trauma from gunshots to his head, to his left arm near the shoulder and a wound above the wrist.
The bodies of the four men executed remained unidentified at the office of the Forensic Medical Service, while agents of the State Ministerial Police took charge of investigations.