By: Pedro Matías
Saturday March 29, 2014, Oaxaca, Oaxaca—Today the Attorney General found six people executed with a coup de grace to the forehead and several bullet wounds throughout the body in San Miguel Soyaltepec.
Apparently three of the victims are from Oaxaca and the rest are from Tierra Blanca, Veracruz.
The discovery was made on Saturday around 10:00 a.m. on the diversion of Calería, near Pochota de Chichicazapa, where a taxi from Tierra Blanca, Veracruz was also left abandoned.
Attorney Héctor Joaquín Carrillo confirmed that the Assistant Attorney General’s Office for High Stakes Crime is already investigating the case in which six people were killed and left in Oaxaca territory.
The official believes that this is a result of a “cockroach” effect following the operation that took place in Veracruz in which 10 alleged Zetas were killed.
Carrillo said that among the six executed, two people have a history of selling narcotics.
Elements of the State Investigations Agency (AEI) headquartered in San Miguel Soyaltepec moved to the dirt road leading to the site Nuevo Paso Nazareno where six male bodies were found.
The Regional Attorney, Pedro Antonio Ruiz, learned about the case and ordered the removal of four bodies that were found in a white Pontiac van with license plates MFW6009 belonging to the State of Mexico.
The other two men were found dead at the side of the van, in a white Nissan Tsuru taxi, with red stripes, and license plates 14-54SCH belonging to Tierra Blanca with taxi number 314, Veracruz.
Ruiz said that the six bodies were tied up.
It was reported that three are from Oaxaca, Abel Thomas Miguel “El Mocho”, 38, his brother Ángel “El Peyuco”, 22, Francisco Javier Vega Gómez, the taxi driver from La Reformita Oaxaca ; Javier Sarralangue (Father) and Javier Sarralangue (Son) who were nicknamed “Los Tigrillos” were from Tierra Blanca and another man with an alias of “El Muletas” was also identified.