Thursday, June 19, 2014

31 Bodies Discovered In Mass Grave in Veracruz


One of the graves in Veracruz
At least 31 bodies have been discovered in 12 clandestine graves in the municipality of Cosamaloapan, located towards the south of Veracruz.  It is reported that all of the bodies show signs of torture and are mutilated.

The information was disclosed on Wednesday, June 18 by the head of the Regional Deputy State Attorney, General Arturo Herrera Cantillo, who said that some of the bodies “had been buried for more than a month”.

The corpses were found on Monday, June 16 during a military patrol in an abandoned ranch called El Diamante, located on the outskirts of the municipalities of Tres Valles and Cosamaloapan, the official added.

Elements of the Mexican Army and Navy are currently guarding the area.


Photo by: Félix Márquez/Cuartoscuro

People with missing relatives went to the morgue of the Forensic Medical Service of Cosamaloapanto try to identify the bodies found in the clandestine graves in the municipality of Tres Valles.  About 30 people gathered outside the morgue waiting for a response from the authorities, but their assistance was very slow so they abruptly entered a room where they found one of the bodies.

Meanwhile on Wednesday, people with missing relatives or friends approached the authorities to find out if their loved ones are among the victims.  As reported by the Veracruz Attorney, “some of the people might be native to this region”.

Authorities have said that the number of the corpses could increase.

Los Zetas, the Gulf Cartel and CJNG operate in Veracruz.

Source: Animal Politico
Los Zetas, the Gulf Cartel and CJNG operate in Veracruz.

Source: Animal Politico

29 comments:

  1. Great, every time you take a step in mexico, you are walking on someones grave..

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  2. Mexico was once a safe place, this is very sad to see.

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  3. In the picture the light shadow, resembles some one with there arms up almost like asking for help! Crazy..

    Anyone else see that?

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    1. Shit! Youre right!

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    2. I was saying the same thing man, all those spirits are begging for help.

      G(-)057

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  4. They call him z1, honorary as it may be, he earned it the way the zetas like it, making their life easy, his name Fidel Herrera Beltran, former governor and still cacique of Veracruz, the state where they milk oil pipelines more than cows and millions get made "mysteriously" off pemex by people without any petroleum property rights or knowledge, the state where a mysterious greek family exploits gas sales, and the man that wanted to be mexican ambassador to the great country of GREASE, to benefit from its bankrupt economy...?!?!
    i mean if heads start rolling, from top to bottom, as they should, it gets easier to get to the bottom of things, if it wasn't for the contributions to peña nieto, fidelis would be singing like a canary, and yarrington, marin, femat, granier, vallejo, cantu, moreiras, etc etc etc... all of them motherfucking governors have their hands dirty, together with the federal police and military bras, and the silent mexican press, and the american press, business government and police, like hijo de tigre, pintito, except for the mexican people always keeps holding onto the shitty end of the stick...

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    1. Its time to start the revolution!

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    2. We can start by boycotting Mexico.Tourism,oil products,and anything related to the government.!

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  5. It's a good thing Mexico doesn't possess national resources that would be coveted by powerful people, who could use the cartel violence as a cover to eventually make attempts to have access/control of those natural resources. Nah Mexico doesn't have wealth. The existence of drug cartels is just something that spontaneously happened for the neck of it. Just like Libya. They don't have reserves of fresh water beneath their soil. The violence just erupts by accident. There is nothing economical driving the sectarian violence in Iraq either.

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  6. there's some smart people on here but keep in mind the end result - fosas and dead bodies... js.

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  7. Write a corridor and have a tequila and cheer VIVA MEHICO

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  8. Imagine archaeologists in the future, digging in what was once called Mexico. There will probably be reports of small pockets of natural soil found between the bones.

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  9. Stop with the grammar police mil mas Enrique

    Peace

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  10. "It's a good thing Mexico doesn't possess national resources that would be coveted by powerful people"
    Does Mexico have a government composed of ?
    Pobre Mexico always the victim

    Peace

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  11. @ 7:50

    Wow! that is crazy, it really looks like someone reaching. You can't make this shit up

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  12. Enrique,is that you hiding in that bag ?

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  13. Thay kidnapped el mayos daughters husband... El vicentillio has a sister named Miriam Patricia zambada niebla. Here husband was caught and electricuted to death .. just a heads up to all the readers.. yes I belive there's a war in cds ranks

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  14. I find it unthinkable that, just a short drive away from the USA, there's an entire country whose population lives under the perpetual threat of often random, callous violence. It's bizarre that there's a virtual media blackout in the US about this incredible magnitude of unthinkable violence. I don't see these atrocities reported on English language news and I barely see coverage on Univision (a joke of a network, only good for fucking novelas and beauty pageant shows). This is detestable. I wish the US would team up with the Mexican government and destroy these cartels. Just kill them all.

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    1. We don't get Canadian news either. And? If US news reported on the craziness in MX ... You think people don't want Mexican immigrants coming to the US now? My goodness, it would be far worse.

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  15. The people in the pit are CDG. The Zetas put them there as a result of CDG sass.

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    1. Those are dead Z's! Remember the only good Z is a dead Z!

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  16. To 6:02

    You are spot on. You see and read about it all over most of the world. But South of the border into Mexico it is not reported. Maybe the US government wants it that way so the violence will not end, people will lose jobs, and people will want to head North so big money can get free labor. Also this means more government jobs in the USA for DEA, border enforcement and more. I do not know how much these things have a bearing in not doing the reporting or helping. But it is absolutely absurd that the USA is spending big money across the ocean, but doing nothing to stop the extreme violence to our neighbors just South. It is all about money anyway you look at it I am sure.

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  17. @6:02 & @June 21, 2014 at 8:56 AM Same with all the disgusting things going on down there . 2500 humans in Coah. in mass graves . Did not make mainstream U.S. news.

    Its also to protect the Touri$m in Mexico its Big Money too. Just think if people heard about this news they would stop going to all the beaches .
    It would be an economic disaster. Flights would be cancelled by the 100's
    Revenue of airport landing Taxes would cease and that's one scenario.
    The other is paranoia north of the border that any illegal immigrant could be a beheading, body baking, body acid boiling , cornholing , rapist with no background check is now your next door neighbor. Or making your enchiladas. Its not about hate its about the lies and camouflage .
    The hate is how central American migrants are brutally treated in Mexico .
    Over 10,000 missing every year. Its once said female immigrants get raped 100's and 100's of times before they get to the border , Then they are pregnant. Peace and hope for the sad situation that exist South of the border.

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  18. @June 21, 2014 at 8:56 AM Exactly , agreed

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  19. @ June 20, 2014 at 1:57 PM was this recently? i thought el chavo felix was married to el MZ daughter

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  20. 9:47 and 9:49, no ESB, it's not enrique, it's anonymous, you can wiki all over the world when you go "around the world", and you will never find the real me, ESB, you are not that smart...
    --but i'm glad you are obsessed, with the WHOLE name and with me, see you latter alligateESB!

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  21. "You think people don't want Mexican immigrants coming to the US now?"

    Immigrants who seem to hate the very people they are going to live amongst with the attendant nationalism on both sides.Goes both ways.The eternal oppressor and the eternal victim,and always,the nastiness of human nature.

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