Friday, January 20, 2017

Morelos: Human Remains Found In Different Parts of Cuernavaca




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Cuernavaca, Morelos; January 18, 2017 – The dismembered body of a man was left in three different locations of the state capital. The remains were found on Wednesday morning.  At one of the locations, a message from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel was found.

It was around 6:00 hours when emergency personnel were alerted on the discovery of human remains inside black bags in the vicinity of the Secretary of Public Safety, located on Heroico Colegio Militar Avenue.

The location of body parts under the same conditions was also reported outside of the general hospital of Cuernavaca and a few meters from the main entrance of the Social Security Clinic #1 on Plan de Ayala Avenue.

The head, from what is now known to be a single person, was found a few steps from a police base where a message was found that threated a man that allegedly works for Los Rojos.


He was also reported to have helped to release some of the six men arrested just a few days ago during a shootout between criminal groups in the neighborhood Papayos de Cuernavaca.

Source: ADN Morelos

3 comments:

  1. Morelos is a state located next to michoacan named after a president from Michoacan is hot due to los rojos, cjng and even la familia is deep in Morelos. Those groups are way too brutal and just like all cartels will kill anybody including women and children to get a point across.

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  2. Don José Maria Morelos y Pavon from whom the state takes its name was a priest from michoacan, followed Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in the war for the independence, until he got killed too but he raised a lot of hell as an independence fighter.

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  3. Your right... Morelos was a priest who fought for independence and died in Morelos so they named the state after him.

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