Police in southern Mexico say they have found the bodies of a federal congressman and his driver.
Moises Villanueva and the driver had been missing since Sept. 4.
Guerrero state police chief Ramon Almonte says residents saw the badly decomposed bodies in a river in the town of Huamuxtitlan and alerted police on Saturday.
The missing men disappeared after leaving a party held by a fellow member of the opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party in the town of Tlapa de Comonfort in Villanueva's district.
Almonte said Sunday both men still had on the clothes they were wearing the day they disappeared.
Almonte says police have not determined a motive for the death of the 46-year-old lawmaker.
According to Proceso, it has been reported by PJGE, Villanueva and his driver were both killed by gunshot wounds to the head, shortly after being kidnapped. (both bodies were estimated to have been killed at least 10 days prior, they had been missing 13 days)
Reports say the 46 year old lawyer and his driver were intercepted by gunmen in Acapulco. On September 6th, he signed a proposal requesting President Felipe Calderon and the Attorney General create a special commission for investigating crimes against immigrants.