Tuesday, September 17, 2013

6 die in southern Chihuahua

By Chris Covert
Rantburg.com

A total of six individuals were murdered or were found dead in southern Chihuahua state municipalities since last last Thursday, according to Mexican news accounts.

According to a news report posted on the online edition of El Diario de Juarez news daily, two men were found dead in a remote location in Guadalupe y Calvo municipality.  The cause of death is aid to be mechanical asphyxiation.

The victims were identified as  Ivan Gerardo Moreno Gutierrez, 32, and Elizander Bejarano Martinez, 18.  They were found aboard a Chevrolet sedan by Guadalupe y Calvo municipal police agents Monday near the village of Turuachi which is between Parral and Guadalupe y Calvo.

Meanwhile in Chinipas municipality in far southwestern Chihuahua state, two men were found shot to death, according to a separate news account in El Diario de Juarez.

The victims were identified as Jacobo Alanis Mancinasm, 36 and Mauricio Bustillos Hernandez, 31s.  Both men were found aboard a pickup truck.  One .45 caliber pistol with two magazines were also found with the victims.

In Jimenez municipality, after five days without a murder, one unidentified man was found shot to death near a gas station on Calle Guadalupe Victoria.  The news report said he was shot by an armed suspect traveling aboard  a vehicle.

The killing is said to be the first after a 12 hour run five days ago in which three individuals were murdered.

In Creel in Bocoyna municipality, Pedro Gonzalez Vecinito, 30 was found beaten to death Tuesday. Reports say he was attacked by several people.

In Parral, an auto body shop owner was kidnapped Tuesday, according to an online report posted in El Diario de Juarez.  The report said several armed suspects dismounted three vehicles and ordered employees to lay down, then took the victim at his shop near the intersection of calles Persimonio and Arroyo Hondo in Juarez colony.

Chris Covert writes Mexican Drug War and national political news for Rantburg.com and BorderlandBeat.com. He can be reached at grurkka@gmail.com. His latest work of non-fiction, The Wounded Eagle: Volume 2 went on sale September 1st at Amazon.com and Smashwords.com

8 comments:

  1. The conflict between the CDS and CDJ will continue until both sides run out of money or one sides wins decisively. Unfortunately that's not going to happen anytime soon. You get complicity from govt. officials in assisting both sides due to the large bribes that are given to them. There is just to much money to be made. The same goes for the U.S.A. side of the issues. I don't recall ever hearing of the capos of U.S.A. getting, let alone who they are. Moreover, the money keeps coming north and south - through gun sales, money laundering, and through domestic drug sales. Not all the money goes south. Hell on American businessman con ripped off .$400milusd from Osiel Cardenas Guillen according to a comment some reader made.

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    1. 240 million us dollars for a short sentence of 25 years,osiel will be out when be is about 80 years old but at least his zetas did not kill his ass

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  2. Chapo guzman is losing this war it will be a matter of time till they kill him

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  3. l think the global government is doing a great job reducing the global population trought out wars .

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  4. How Is chapo loosing that's what I wanna kno????? Quit talking out your culo chapo got shit on lock while the other so called "cartels" are struggling to stay alive while the Sinaloa cartels men are all well fed ??

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  5. Hahahahaha the same idiots with the same "chapo is losing the war" coments just read the next story about your cartel de juarez if your not with el chapo that means your losing the war ... Keep going hatters your on a roll (a losing one)

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  6. The American/Mexican government glorify this perra too much making him seem invincible maybe you should travel to different parts in MX and see how powerful your idol is bitch travel to any border town and ask that question personally.

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  7. @ 2:23 am

    Seems like someone can't handle the truth...
    awww... you mad bro?

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