Thursday, July 26, 2012

Death in Durango: 6 die

By Chris Covert
Rantburg.com

A total of six unidentified individuals were killed or were found dead in drug or gang related violence in Durango state, according to Mexican news reports.
  • Four men were found shot to death in Santiago Papasquiaro municipality early Wednesday morning, according to a news item posted on the website of El Siglo de Durango news daily.  The victims were found near a dirt road at its terminus in the village of Francisco Javier Leyva.
  • An unidentified woman in her 20s was found shot to death Sunday in Gomez Palacio municipality, according to a news item posted on the website of El Contexto de Durango news daily.  The victim was found on a road near the ejido San Isidro shot once in the head.
  • An unidentified man in his early 20s was found shot to death in Gomez Palacio municipality Tuesday afternoon, according to a news report posted on the website of El Contexto de Durango news daily.  The victim was found near the ejido Santa Rita shot in the head.
Chris Covert writes Mexican Drug War and national political news for Rantburg.com

12 comments:

  1. As long as its not the family of any politician and ruling parties no one cares when the poor is killed in mexico there nothing an no one, there just their for entertainment for the elite class.

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  2. Nobody gives a rats ass about Durango.

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    1. Same with your mother

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    2. Yeah dumbass because Durango in one of the states that make Mexico what it is where was pancho villa from df

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  3. Fuck u durango is the shit. It makes up half of the golden triangle, its one of the greatest states in the republic, filled with hard working honorable people. So u can eat shit cock sucker.

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  4. 12 43 Its part of the triangulo del oro "Golden triangle, which is Mexico's biggest and most lucrative drug producing area in Mexico. In fact 80% of mexicos marijuana and opium is produced in el triangulo dorado. Durango also is birth place of Mexico's first president Guadalupe Victoria, el general Pancho Villa, and is also home of the Baluarte suspension bridge, which is the tallest suspension bridge in the world.

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  5. "Nobody gives a rats ass about Durango"?

    "Durango also is birth place of Mexico's first president Guadalupe Victoria, el general Pancho Villa, and is also home of the Baluarte suspension bridge, which is the tallest suspension bridge in the world"

    Told you didnt he nob head

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  6. Your Rat mom does!

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  7. How is it heating up in Santiago with armando corral and the z's agianst chapo

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  8. Armando Corral rules!!!

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  9. anyone has a picture of armando corral..

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