Ten of the bodies have been identified
GUADALAJARA, Jalisco (11/MAY/2012)Submitted by anonymous means.
"Within hours the government first said they were 5 decapitated, then 10, then 15, then 18, now they says possibly 20.
Do they not know how to count? Are they hiding something to the scared society? Are they trying to protect someone?
There were 32 the number of the abducted, there are now at least 18 decapitated + 2 others that were executed, and how about the other 12, where are they?"* Families are expected to come to the morgue of the metropolis to collect the bodies.
* There are now ten of the 18 bodies that have been identified bodies that were found last Wednesday inside two abandoned vehicles on a dirt road located in the municipality of Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillo.
There are now ten of the 18 bodies that have been identified that were found last Wednesday inside two abandoned vehicles on a dirt road located near the highway to Chapala, in the Municipality of Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, Jalisco.
The 10 victims identified are:
- Juan Luis Sandoval Camarena, 26, a waiter at 'La Iguana de Piedra';
- David Martinez Velazquez, a waiter at 'La Iguana de Piedra';
- Carlos Delgado Jesus Martinez, 18, student who studied Engineering;
- Jonathan Daniel Martinez, 17, who was a student;
- Rye Heriberto Sanchez, 25 years of age, occupation bricklayer;
- Julio Cesar Arana Aceves, 27, resident of the municipality of Tuxcueca;
- Miguel Angel Mata Barragan, 25;
- Abel Paz, 26;
- Gustavo Martinez Perez, 18, and
- Elijah Hernandez Flores, 50, mason by trade and a native of Guadalajara.
The Attorney General of the State of Jalisco stated in a press coneference last Thursday, May 10, that Laura "N", 25, alleged member of the cartel Milenio was involved in the abduction of for more than 30 victims in Tala , an act that would link her to death of the 18 people.
Authorities identify the people that are suspected in the execution in Tala.
The Jalisco Attorney's General Office has identified three suspects in the abduction of 14 people in Tala, and potential participants in the multi murder of 18 people whose bodies were found in Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos.
Attorney General Thomas Coronado Olmos informed of the arrest warrants against:
Armando Rafael Figueroa Martínez aka "El Cali”, "El Colchón” or "R20",
Juan Carlos Antonio Mercado, aka "El Chato” or "El Molino”
Ángel Rosales Sánchez, aka "El Jabalino” or "R25".
Laura Rosales Sánchez, 25 years old, arraigned
"The woman confessed that they were operating and abducting people of that area, especially those who were from the town of Tala."