The bodies of eight men, with either throats slashed or having been beheaded, were discovered in El Ejido Colonia Morelos, of the municipality Cosolapa, Oaxaca, on the border of Oaxaca and Veracruz.
The victims were bound foot and hand with duct tape, blindfolded and were left in and around a gray SUV with Federal District license plates. There were no gunshot impacts on the bodies, indications are they were hacked to death at the bloody scene. All the men were clad only in underwear when found.
A narco cartulina was left at the scene, which reads;
This is what will happen to those who work with “El Chiquis”
El Chiquis is known as the name of the plaza chief of Cordoba, Orizaba and Tezonapa Veracruz.
Some reports say it was a message to Los Zetas.
The vicinity of the discovery has become known as a preferred dumping ground for bodies in recent weeks, it is suspected that the killings transpire on the Veracruz side of the border, where there has been an uptick in cartel violence in recent months in a Veracruz turf war.
In twenty seven days in November there were a total of 41 bodies reported dumped in the area.
Farm workers made the discovery, "Peasants who were to work in the vicinity of the hamlet Morelos (municipality) in Cosolapa, found the bodies and notified us ," reported the deputy commander of the state police.
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