Saturday, January 10, 2015

10 bodies and 11 decapitated heads discovered in guerrero fosas

By lucio material from reforma facebook and el manana
Lucio: This story is a few days old, but since BB seems slow I thought it worth posting
January 6, 2015 

11 heads and 10 bodies, were discovered  on Tuesday  in six clandestine graves.  The remains were found in a village that is a part of  the municipality of Chilapa.  Chilapa is  in the central region of the State of Guerrero, in southern  Mexico.

According to information from representatives of the Office of the Attorney-General, the graves were located in the village of Tepehuixco of Chilapa de Alvarez. [see red star on map]


The area is being guarded by federal troops, State police, as the Attorney General and the Mexican army experts conduct investigations.

According to the State Government, on 08:30 (local time) on Tuesday, the staff of the Prosecutor's Office  moved to the area known as El Huizache, in the community of Tepehuixco, where six graves were located.  

 The bodies in 5 of the graves were intact, showing signs of torture, some with gunshot wounds, others showing blunt force trauma wounds about the head. The corpses were estimated to be about 1 week old.

The 6th grave held 11 severed heads.  The heads appeared to be of a much greater decomposition and may belong to the 11 headless bodies discovered  on November 27th.

A message accompanied the headless bodies, signed from ‘Los Ardillos’

 


27 comments:

  1. Thank you Lucio, I saw the story but it sdid not have this much information.
    And there is no need to even notethat it was a few days ago, only assholes that think the world revolves around them will complain. Most of us really appreciate your work.

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  2. It's new to me, I don't speak Spanish, if it isn't in English Language news sources I will miss it.

    looking at the map, from Taxco down seems to be where the clandestine graves have been mostly found.

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    1. There was a dumbass that told me i best not right in english here on the forum. Clearly he doesnt understand some people cant read spanish.

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  3. Hijos de su jedionda Madre. Muy perros perros pero sin pistolas mano a mano se les cain los huevos de finches.

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  4. Wouldn't it be great if the good ones that were killed could come back and haunt and torment the murderers, like in the movie "Ghost"? Seek revenge!

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    1. I wonder if someone will make a movie based on this especially like dr mireles story. That would be a great hbo show to watch.

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    2. A movie would be great, maybe it could be a mini-series that would capture the changing Alliances and all the evolving drama!

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    3. Might not be a good idea to make a movie. Mexican government hackers might hack computers in revenge for showing the world what the government is really like. Well maybe not. It would be a movie worth watching and maybe it would help to change things in Mexico, and maybe not.

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  5. Is there anyone left to murder in Mexico?

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  6. Creo las mueetos under the sexenio of the midget is very much more than with Calderon. I have wonder if la viuda negra desde Iguala has moved in her pantalla plano tele and mueble? Ja ja the tradicion of Ruben Figueroa Alcocer continue en Guerrero while La Duena se compras other estancia with stolen money. Mexico is fucked otra vez

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  7. So where are the students we demand answers?!?! How do we know all these fosas that have been found these past 6 months are full of people that the mayor and his wife ordered all to be killed???

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    1. Who has a jurisdiction full of dead bodies? Numbering in the
      hundreds and is stoopid?

      You don't understand, the narcos can't operate without the consent of the politicians & apathy of the people.

      It's Latin America, not the US.

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    2. @ Bosque i already know this. It was a rhetorical question.

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  8. Problem is we can't even believe the narco messages since the Iguala massacre. So sad.

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  9. how can this be happenin', obama just congratulated pena nieto for the great efforts to conceal everything regarding murders, corruption, crime, state sponsored terrorism, graft and theft by mexican politicians, their monumental palaces and gave pena nieto a chance to hide his savings on american banks away from the prying eyes of the mexican people...

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  10. Lucio, great job posting this story. Not a single word has been printed in any of the English language media outlets about this investigation, at least not that I've read or seen. It's reports like this that enable BB to maintain its excellent reputation. Thanks

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    1. It's Mexico, why would they be reporting in English? Spaniards stomped that area, not the British.

      Fla & California could report those events in English ... but Cubans don't care one bit and MexAms are busy trying to portray a positive message.

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    2. Bosque

      Very prescient retort my brother

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  11. Guerrero lost the battle in finding the 42 students, only found 1, life moved on now. Lets focus on torturing mayor now.

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    1. Which will never happen since they never tortured el chapo.

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    2. you're comparing chapo to that mayor? Chapo has so much more money than that mayor does. The mayor is disposable.

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    3. The reason they havnt tortured the mayor is because the mayor knows everyone who is in the dirty business. If they torture him, he will spill the secrets on who is involved in the corruption of the mexican government.

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  12. How will they ever find them if it's the federal government hiding them!

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  13. It could be the dust, sand and dirt, but are those bodies clothed in military uniforms?

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  14. The powerful and heroic military of mexico are just cordoning the area, after everybody trampled it, NO evidence, no DNA to be taken by anybody until the carcasses are disposed of...
    --clearly, the mexican government disappears students, indians, farmers, narcs and carcases...
    --what the mexican government mierdocracia can't hide is their guilt on all of it, and the guilt of their accomplices, military, police and paramilitary

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