Thursday, November 4, 2010

8 Bodies Found in Cd. Mante

October 31, 2010 - 8 Decapitated bodies including four women with genitals removed were found in Ciudad Mante with a message attatched:

"This happens to anyone who works with los Zeta
s, here are your halcones (lookouts) filthy animals that they are. atte Cartel del Golfo"

No further details were given at the time of this post.






























Source: BDN






19 comments:

  1. Guess life in the drug game isn't so glamorous after all. This is pretty disgusting, feel for the families, considering these were lookouts, pretty sure a few of them might of been innocent bystanders, wrong place wrong time.

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  2. in response to the first comment... They are Z's needless to say and are at war with CDG. Of course this is going to happen. I don't agree with you about some of these people being innocent people. I'm not sure if you have seen any videos of prisoners but they always admit what group they work for in the majority of the cases and spill intell. It is an ugly way to go though but they all know their fate working the in the drug trade.

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  3. The one on the right looks like a woman. This is very disgusting.

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  4. Anyone have a link to the video? This is just plain disgusting.

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  5. Why would you want to touch and remove genitals? If I was a hit man I would be like.."lets just skip the whole genital thing"

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  6. It's all disgusting.

    When are the citizens going to light their torches and visit the castle?

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  7. The lifeless eyes are what really brings it home...one minutes they're alive and talking, the next, a glossy movie prop on the stage of horror we call Mexico... I wish I could help clean this mess up...

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  8. From the top to the bottom. It doesn't matter if they were lookouts or el chapo himself, they are all responsible for the violent crimes that happen in this drug war. But the beheading part is what i don't understand. It hasn't deterred anyone from joining a rival cartel. All it does is desensitizes people.

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  9. Seems like the CDG/Zeta conflict hasn't seen much action lately, (in the news), and bodies haven't dropped in awhile, for all the pandering CDG does, you think they would tone down the violence/torture, to increase their 'good' image.

    And, yeah, I always wonder that too, like whos the guy that has to do the castrations? That can't be worth whatever he's paid.

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  10. "And, yeah, I always wonder that too, like whos the guy that has to do the castrations? That can't be worth whatever he's paid."

    They vie for the job.

    It's a lust for evil. Just like the punking. Nobody is ordered to punk him.
    It's part of the fun.

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  11. I agree with ajulio, this people are desensitized, they have lost their souls. These are the things that monsters do. May god have mercy on your children.

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  12. What a vicious cycle. Those who tortured, killed, and displayed these victims will be tomorrow's story as we see them beheaded and displayed and so on and so on...
    In the end, rivals will all end up together in hell, tortured for eternity, and deservedly so.

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  13. I see it differently, not as these guys vying for the job, and being glad to do it, but getting into that life, with the trucks, the clothes, the guns, the coke, then the reality is your sitting in a dingy stash house somewhere castrating some teenagers. Where is the glamor and power in that? Not saying i feel sorry for them, but I don't see most of them as monsters. Just guys who got in over their head.

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  14. @J,
    I must agree. You will be desensitized by daily occurrence of violence, also because you no more consider your enemy like a fellow human and because you are part of a different tribe. It happens every day under different circumstances and degree of cruelty. Look at the past wars in Sierra Leon, Bosnia, ... and what happened at Abu Graib and continues to happen in Iraqi jails. So yes, it is difficult to judge. Now, I say that in the comfort of my FL house. Would I be in MX, I would have my AK-47 on my lap instead of my dog.

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  15. Who cares about these people, they want to join the game, then let them get slaughtered. They signed their death warrants when they made their choice to join.

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  16. in mexico all the people involved in the business are not necessarily guilty, many of them have been made an offer they can't refuse...when a big narco comes and says ...you are working for me now , ,,you are a halcone,,you are a sicario,,you are a mule, it is not always possible to refuse....if you value your life, or the health of your family, you have to go along...how many of these were like this ...all? none? , this is the sad story of the drug war, greed , desperation, coercion, fear... all motivate the players even though i advocate crucifixion, burning at the stake and any other horrible thing for the guilty, you must keep in mind that ALL these dead people were beautiful , bright eyed children at one time...this whole "drug war" is the most sickening thing that could ever be inflicted on the poor people of Mexico...it seems like the most enthusiastic have the conquistador mentality , that if they are ruthless, lucky and bold enough they will win a kingdom, even if only for a day...when you are in mexico and feel the pervasive fear ...it really makes you hate the corrupt govt, the corrupt police , and most of all the international narcos

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  17. I was reading an article in which a former Cicario was asked why the Dismemeberment and the beheadings took place,
    and he flat out said it was to initiate the new recruits.
    , which are mainly kids in most cases.
    even though they took no part in the actual killing they were handed a large knife and told to get to work. this way they have no exit from the lifestile, once youre in, youre in and this just makes it harder to go back to being normal again. at the rate these recruits are getting
    sent to the afterlife, it must be a revolving door of new recruits just to keep their numbers up.

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  18. a bunch of very sick people are at work here and the devil has a place for them.I hope they suffer as much as I am sure their victems suffered but gentils,good grief,how low can you go

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  19. The attack on female genitalia is a direct attack on the symbol of something I've been growing to value more and more, even though when I first came up with the term I thought of it as humorous. I'm the author of Virgin Territory: How I Found My Inner Guadalupe. It's a memoir of moving to Mexico, becoming acquainted with the symbolism inherent in The Virgin of Guadalupe, and finding the courage to finally speak from an authentic, un-captured, uninvaded, unbroken wholeness within. As I've talked to groups promoting this book, I see eyes light up at the thought that everyone, male or female, has at their core these virgin qualities, a deep inherent longing for goodness. I am NOT a Pollyanna. I don't see the world through rose-colored glasses. I spent four years as a jail chaplain in Southern California, and have conducted programs in over thirty high security prisons across the nation. I've also been a guest speaker in drug rehab centers in Baja California and in the women's prison outside of Guadalajara. I do believe in the innate goodness of God's original creation, but I am well aware of the malevolence of the forces opposed to its expression. Shocking, gruesome, and bizarre actions make us want to turn away in disgust. We DON'T WANT TO THINK ABOUT IT. But we must. Our Inner Guadalupe is a place of power. It is essential individually and collectively to cherish who we really are. Let's not let the cicario's blade cut THAT image from our thought.

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