Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The Brutal Violence with no end

The brutal violence and gore continues in different hot spots around Mexico. The states most affected by the violence are Chihuahua, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Zacatecas, Michoacán and Guerrero.

Last week the remains of three men were found in the historic plaza of Taxco, Guerrero. They had been dismembered and decapitated and left in a busy commercial market of El Arco. At the scene were also found numerous narco-posters were they threatened different people.


32 comments:

  1. Well shucks.... This certainly is not going to help the tourist industry in Taxco out very much in their sales of silverware to visiting folk. What else can one really say here?

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  2. OMG this literally made me sick to my stomach. unfortunately it is the reality and not looking at it does not make it go away or nonexistent.

    it is terribly sad that this is going on, all for drugs and money..sickening.

    it says "at Rojos Zetas"? so is this a new branch of the Zetas? i am confused...

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  3. These idiots don't even know how to spell correctly so sometimes it's hard to figure out what they are saying

    Translation: for all those that support or supported El Chota ( Chota is slang for police or it could be a nickname for someone) you all are going to die.

    Chana Peres huzto? ( tluzto?) Quino al rojos

    Zetas

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  4. Mexican people killing Mexican people...Put the blame where it belongs...On Mexican people..sad but true.

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  5. On BDN another narcomanta says " mommy, this happened to me for supporting la famila michoucana." then another one is so sloppy it's discernible. It looks like a 3 yr old wrote it or someone who was high off his ass.

    Another one say ????? You are on my list nueva generacion ( junto) along with the ( rojos) reds?? Zeta

    Whatever that means

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  6. Thank you Buggs for posting this article. I've been reading off mundonarco and BDN and the translation software isn't accurate most of the time. Also, thanks to other people who translated the narco message.

    These act of killings need to stop. I mean I noticed the bruised on these guys' faces and see how badly they were beaten and tortured before they got decapitated. Damn, imagine what their family must have felt when they see their blood-tie like this.

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  7. Those images are gross.

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  8. Why did they have to cut them up like that? They should have just shot them with the guns the NRA & ATF have provided them with.

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  9. i would'nt be surprised if some of these dead bodies have been cooked and placed in tacos or burritos. in mexico, nothing surprises me anymore.

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  10. the knives they used to cut them up - i wonder if they were purchased in america. somebody should look into that

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  11. Looks like chota is a person that they were sending the message to. I wonder what the "rojos""zetas" means .. because Los rojos are the names that were given to the originals of the gulf cartel the head like R-1 the were known as Los rojos and the zetas took orders from them at one time if I remember correctly there is a song by beto quintanilla that is dedicated to the Zetas but if you listen to it it constantly states R-1 and todos los rojos reportando or reporting ... What do you think Buggs?

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  12. You can't translate,It's saying that they are going for la nueva generacion de Jalisco ,Los zetas and Los rojos, a group of sicarios of the beltran leyvas based in the southern state of guerrero.

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  13. This is what it reads....
    For those who support or are supporting the police, you're going to die. Chava Peres, Huzio Qunio. Att. "Reds" "Zetas" Together

    The Last are three names I guess of the three dead and Reds and Zetas are two groups that are now working together.

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  14. @ 12:24

    Its to intimidate and where as it used to be only for serious punishment now dismemberment and decapitation have be come the norm. Most of the time they are either shot or strangled before decapitation because it tends to get messy if the heart is still beating and pumping blood through out your body.

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  15. The last part days Chava Peres huizo Quinto. Look at the way he or she makes the letter "T" he or she doesn't even abbreviate atentemente correctly he or she just writes " at"

    @ 2;49 where does it say anything about Cártel nueva generación?

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  16. Brutal is spelled wrong in the title.

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  17. @BUGGS,
    Where is it all leading to? How much worse will the violence get before it begins to subside? Do you think there is a chance that the cartels will spark a war between Mexico and the U.S.? Do you think the U.S. has made a huge mistake in underestimating this problem and not making the border more secure? Thanks for all your work you have done... -CHIVO

    P.S. here is a link to a website that you can add subtitles to videos that the BB reporters may find useful: http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en-gb/videos/create/

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  18. I think they meant Julio with the huzio.....
    RAM

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  19. Why did some retarded poster mention the NRA in this thread? The NRA is the only 3-letter American agency that isn't sending weapons to the cartels.

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  20. Los rojos is a group of sicarios For the beltran leyva Jesus nava alias "el rojo" was the leader of that group until he died with Arturo beltran in that one shootout with marines. Now there's probably another leader,I wonder who it is.

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  21. To me, Acapulco/Guerreo is the most disturbing and brutal zone of narco violence, Acapulco has the most vicious and just disgusting feel to it, the degradation and vileness of these acts is on another level to me. It's almost impossible to wade thru the blood and figure out the messages. CIDA has been quiet for awhile, but I think they are the ones hanging up the 'Sinaloa Cartel' messages, and they are fighting with Zeta's, who are aligned with Beltran Leyva, who are aligned with Los Rojos, (criminal group in Guerreo?), whoa are all fighting against La Familia. And, I doubt that brief summary is accurate.

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  22. @J
    Your right on that summary los Rojos are a part of Beltran Leyva that have been fighting with La Familia but have only clashed in Guerrero which La Familia has strong ties in and since Los Rojos can't go toe to toe with LFM they called in the Zetas makes sense even the CDJNG can't fight LFM without getting killed LFM is imploding but is still killing from left to right and will eventually join CT or make them join LFM

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  23. @2:08pm I think LFM is allied with zetas,Beltran leyva group Los rojos,so they are fighting against Los caballero templarios,Sinaloa cartel,gulf.

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  24. What part of the game is this? Peeps is scared as it is. This aint gone scare nobody. Whutsup with americans starting to cut headz over here to send them fools a message? Now that would be something. If you know a drug dealer, drag him from your bumper till he's nothin but barbacoa.

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  25. This could be here in the U.S. if we sit back and not properly screen immigrants from coming here and give up the fight on the illegal ones.Lets not for one minute give in to the political advocates of illegal immigration.

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  26. 12:24 is a troll and as such should be pointedly ignored.

    He posts the same message on each and every article. He has no respect for BB.

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  27. @4:50
    They were allied after Nazario was killed and Tuta made CT but then split and I have heard that they are still trafficking Meth and have even worked with CT to maximize profits and keep Zetas out.

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  28. I actually did hear about a Taco vendor in TJ selling human tacos. They busted him, went to his house and found it full of dead bodies. He had a deal with a local funeral home or SEMEFO for the corpses.

    I read this in the San Diego Journal. circa 2003???

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  29. All that's missing now is cannibalism? Like the Aztecs and Toltecs of old! I can only hope that the Mexican people tire of the gruesome violence and decide enough is enough and rise up against these monsters? Turn them all into fantasmas and send them to Hell where they all belong!

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  30. It is a very hard war!!!!

    Mexico needs some help!!!! to control the Narcos..

    This folks need military aid to stop the narcos and to stop the flow of narcotics to the USA.

    PF

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  31. You know, this is like the Book of Mormon playing out in modern times with drugs and guns. The envy, the greed, the violence, the competing.

    We are truly living in the latter days.

    Sorry to get so religious. But these are my true feelings...

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  32. first of all all this is due to the corrupt government of mexico.this will not stop soon as the chain of narcos is heavily loaded and the influence on children will not stop. 10 year olds working for narcs and killing and torturing.mexico isnt worth shit to live in. fuckin zetas killing thousand of innocent people.you people dont get it if you think the stop to this is simple.

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