Sunday, June 30, 2013

8 Found Murdered in 3 Coahuila Cities

Borderland Beat

 

Torreon:
The bodies of five people were found this morning on State Road No. 84, branch to the Cueva de Tabaco,  in Matamoros, Coahuila state Attorney reported.

According to the PGJE, at 07:00 a report was received about the location of five bodies.  The  elements of the Investigative Police were dispatched; criminalists and the prosecution team of the PGJE arrived and initiated the investigation.

The victims were four men and one woman, aged between 25 and 35 years old. In the neck area of the back of the head, the bodies’ bore injuries that were obviously from bullet impacts.

The authorities also acknowledged locating  a message written on a card, but its content was not released.

The bodies were transferred to University Hospital for performing the autopsy.

Monclova:
In the early hours of Sunday, two bodies were discovered in an abandon ranch in Colonia Otilio Montaña.  Both of the deceased are males, one with the estimated age of 55 the other 30-35.

Bothe men bore signs of torture before death, and both bodies were found bound at the hands and feet. Identification is unknown.

Saltillo:
A charred body was found inside an SUV in a vacant lot in Colonia Morelos. According to preliminary investigation,  about 6:40 in the morning  the State Emergency System, 066, received several calls from neighbors reporting that  a truck was on fire.

The authorities did not provide any information about the identity, or sex of the body found inside the  truck.

After collecting the evidence, the public prosecutor ordered the removal of the body and its transfer to the Medical Service facilities, for an autopsy.



Sources: GarzaLimon-Vanguardia-Milenio  Thanks to the BB reader for the heads up

24 comments:

  1. Can someone update me on why areas like Saltillo and Monclova have been heatin up? I understand that a battle of who ulimately controls the northeast border is underway. I just don't understand how this hard working state gets taken over? Stay the fuck out of Monclova this is your last goddamn warning

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  2. I notice there haven't been as many public hangings of bodies etc in the last year or two. Is the violence in Mex actually decreasing? Or does the new government really just not allow them to report anything like that anymore?

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    1. Uuuuuu so afraid...

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    2. Its not that thw gov. doesn't a llow them to report ita the cartela that don't allow news organizations to publish it...dumbass

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  3. Just another day south of the border!!

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  4. It seems coahuila heated up more since the rat leader was taken out there. or maybe just me...

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  5. Among the 35 largest countries in the world, Mexico had the highest death rates associated with sugary beverage consumption. The US ranked 3rd, with an estimated 25,000 annual deaths from sweetened drinks. (More than from drugs.)

    ps.
    Coca-Cola recently released its latest enhanced water product called “Fruitwater.” Despite its name, the product does NOT contain any juice. Rather it’s sweetened with the artificial sweetener sucralose and synthetic chemical “natural fruit flavors”

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    1. Ppl are getting robbed,skinned alive,dismembered and basically killed for no good reason and youre worried about what they drink? How stupid is that? You can make choices as to what you drink but you cant choose whether youre kidnapped or not.these ppl need serious help

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  6. @ 12:17 AM Here's some "colgados" from 2013 in Saltillo

    http://www.proceso.com.mx/?p=335662

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  7. Everything is quite in nuevo Laredo.

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  8. The fight for tj3 where's it at????

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  9. "Is the violence in Mex actually decreasing? Or does the new government really just not allow them to report anything like that anymore?"

    If I were a betting man, I'd choose Question 2.

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  10. What the hell its cartels killing people not soft drinks fool what a fool take your coke cola and shove it up your ass

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  11. Who is fighting who? Zetas vs CDG?

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  12. Who gives a shit bout coca cola.

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  13. Talibans+CDG+CDS+CT versus Los Zetaz

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  14. @11:33am why? is it being patrolled by military? can you see Z-Halcones in the city?

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  15. Fuck coca cola, puro Pepsi cabrones

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  16. "Fuck coca cola, puro Pepsi cabrones"
    Ha ha fuck ye.
    Sheeit man,who would have thunk it,coka bola,tryin to kill mankind ey,is that what 7:24 AM is sayin?They also got a new product“Fruitwater.” and Fruity Loops,,its named after you.
    Fruit and Beirut like you,,,,,you gotta look that one up.

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  17. @11:37

    The comment is correct, though narcos control what is publish to an extent, reports get thru in larger publications. However EPN has asked that the press report narco free material. Coahuila is a PRI state and Gov publically supported EPNs request. Reports hard very difficult to come by.

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  18. Chivis any news from acuña.. I saw the santa muerte has been destroyed and has a message for the Zetas... Anyword...

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  19. I was going to do the article about the Acuna shrine. I have before and after photos...my personal photos. I think the "message" was juvenile "Zeta assholes leave" I think they were just vandalism and meant nothing. The feds took it down. It has been up for about 6 years, I passed through a day or so after it was constructed and took photos and someone send me daylight photos recently, and then I took more photos after it went down. like a pancake.

    I have heard the plaza has once again heated up, balaceras on a regular basis. But is has become even more difficult to get good info. I am not sure if it is EPN or what...Paz, Chivis

    PS...Oh the old historical fort up on the hill was defaced as well. each step has two "Z"s and the pillars at the top as well. Again, no message so hard to figure out.

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  20. It might be some juviniles but word on the streets is it was GATES or FEDERALES challenging them to come out..

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