Saturday, July 14, 2018

Sinaloa cartel: 13 y/o Alabama girl beheaded, after witnessing her grandmother's murder

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat WSB Atlanta

Beheaded a 13 Year Old girl with special needs

The grandmother was associated with the Sinaloa Cartel, a drug-trafficking organization, a Madison County sheriff's investigator testified today.

OWENS CROSS ROADS, Ala. - An Alabama 13-year-old found dead in a wooded area last month was beheaded after she saw two men stab her grandmother to death, an investigator testified Thursday.

The grisly details of Mariah Lopez’s slaying came out during the preliminary hearing of Yoni Martinez Aguilar, AL.com reported.

Aguilar, 26, and Israel Gonzalez Palomino, 34, are each charged with two counts of capital murder in the deaths of Lopez and her 49-year-old grandmother and legal guardian, Oralia Mendoza.

Palomino is also charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Members of the middle schooler’s family wept as investigator Stacy Rutherford testified about the details Aguilar, who was Mendoza’s live-in boyfriend, gave in a statement following his June 14 arrest. 

According to AL.com, Aguilar told detectives that Mendoza was involved with the Sinaloa cartel, considered to be the world’s most powerful drug trafficking organization.

Rutherford testified that the defendant told investigators that he, Palomino, Mendoza and a woman named Leticia Garcia traveled June 2 to Norcross, Georgia, where they picked up a quarter kilo of meth for the cartel. Along the way, something went wrong and Palomino became suspicious that Mendoza and Garcia, who was also tied to the cartel, might be setting him up, Aguilar said in his statement. [ Aguilar told the police it was quarter kilo, who knows how much]

Aguilar
WAAY in Huntsville reported that Rutherford testified that sometime after the group returned to Huntsville, Palomino learned that Mendoza had removed the SIM card from her cellphone. He also found a text she sent during the drug run to Georgia, in which she asked an unknown woman to pick up her granddaughter, who was with Palomino’s wife, because she feared that she and her granddaughter were in danger.

Early on June 4, the men woke Mendoza at their Huntsville home and told her that they were taking her and Lopez, who had special needs, somewhere safe.   Rutherford testified that they were instead taken to Moon Cemetery, located about 15 miles southeast of the city of Owens Cross Roads.

Palomino and Mendoza argued in the cemetery about the drug deal and Palomino stabbed the grandmother multiple times, leaving her for dead, Aguilar told investigators.

Lopez, who witnessed her grandmother’s slaying, was taken to a wooded area about 2½ miles from the cemetery, where Aguilar said Palomino forced him to kill the girl.

Rutherford testified that Aguilar told investigators he was holding the knife when Palomino grabbed his arm and moved it back and forth in a “sawing motion,” with which the girl was beheaded.

Aguilar said he participated in the slayings out of fear.

“He said he was fearful of Israel,” Rutherford testified, according to AL.com.

The men left the teen’s body where she was killed and stopped to clean Palomino’s car, the detective said.

Mendoza was reported missing two days later by worried relatives, WAFF in Huntsville reported last month. Lopez’s body was found the following day.

Madison County investigators released information describing the items the body was clothed in: red pajama pants with gingerbread men on them, as well as a pink undershirt and black tank top. The news release also indicated that the young victim had a cerebral shunt.

Lopez’s mother -- who is also Mendoza’s daughter -- showed up at the Madison County Sheriff’s Office a short time after the description was released and told investigators that the body might be that of her daughter, Sheriff’s Office officials said. Dental records provided a positive identification a week later.

Mendoza’s body was found at the cemetery June 15, after Aguilar gave his statement to investigators. She was also identified through dental records, Sheriff’s Office officials announced June 27.

Aside from Aguilar’s alleged confession, investigators have collected physical evidence they say links the men to the slayings -- including the suspected murder weapons. AL.com reported that Rutherford testified one knife was found under Palomino’s mattress and the other was found under Aguilar’s mattress.

Despite the men’s cleanup efforts, blood was also found in Palomino’s car, the investigator said.

Both men’s cellphones also “pinged” in the area of the killings during that time frame, the news site said.

The slayings shocked the community, particularly those at Challenger Middle School, where Lopez was a student. The school’s Parent Teacher Association last month set up a memorial account to help her family pay for her and her grandmother’s funerals.

“No one is prepared to lose a child or other relative at such young ages,” a statement from the PTA said. “With the untimely passing of two family members, one can imagine the mounting costs of funeral and burial expenses that the family faces in addition to the unparalleled grief that is felt as well.”

The “Mariah Lopez and Oralia Mendoza Memorial Account” was established at Wells Fargo, with donations set to go directly to the funeral home.

“Anything in excess of those costs will be given to the immediate family to assist with other expenses and needs,” the PTA statement said.

Lt. Donny Shaw, a Sheriff’s Office spokesman, last month credited the community with helping to quickly bring the search for Lopez’s and Mendoza’s killers to an end.

“For a murder where there were no indications, no witnesses, nothing to lean on when we began with it, the Hispanic community, the partners, the media, we’ve been able to do a phenomenal thing in just a little over seven days by coming to the arrests of two individuals,” Shaw told WAFF.

Both Aguilar and Palomino are being held without bail in the Madison County Jail. Palomino is also being detained on a hold for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

His preliminary hearing in the case is scheduled for Monday.

[from al.com Palomino, Aguilar, Mendoza and a woman named Leticia Garcia went to pick up a quarter kilo of meth in Norcross, Georgia, a small city northeast of Atlanta, authorities said. Something apparently went wrong during the trip, Rutherford told the court. It was Mendoza and Garcia who were tied to the cartel, and Palomino thought there might be a setup, the investigator testified.]

157 comments:

  1. You do a crime like that in America, they will imprison you so long you will go insane. Death is better than prison in U.S. these cartel idiots are finished.

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    1. Exactly, that’s in the Us the cartels keep a low profile for the most part. They can’t afford to bully people like they do in Mexico, and when they do shit like this they will pay the price.

      El Martillo

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    2. Crimes like this have happened in USA for a long time. Is not the first time and it will not be the last time.

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    3. @TexMex

      “Crimes like this have happened in USA for a long time. Is not the first time and it will not be the last time.”

      Except that when they do this shit in the USA they get caught, they don’t get away with it like in Mexico. That’s why in the USA this stuff happens a lot less frequently. And that’s why, for the most part, they keep a low profile.

      Tell them to go and openly terrorize the Texas population, when nearly every citizen is just as well armed as a narco gunman, and see what happens.

      El Martillo

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    4. Alongbtge border states of America it happens daily. Believe it or not, just that the media is not allowed to inform the people of such atrocities

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    5. We as U.S. taxpayers pay the price, if this was in Mexico these scumbags would have already been beheaded with a Narco manta stapled to their chest.

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    6. Yes but nowhere near the level this sort of crime happens in Mexico. There's atleast justice on this side of the border. Down there they video tape the crime happening almost daily, with no one being arrested. That's the real atrocity lack of justice.

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    7. @6:34

      “Alongbtge border states of America it happens daily. Believe it or not, just that the media is not allowed to inform the people of such atrocities”

      As 8:25 PM said it doesn’t happen nearly as often as in Mexico (otherwise people would know that, we are in the age of the smartphones, internet ecc and the Usa aren’t fucking Honduras) even because those who do that get caught, since the Usa isn’t a Narco state with most of the police and the military supporting the cartels. Let’s not be ridiculous, the situation in the Usa is a completely different kettle of fish. You can’t tell me that in Texas there are heads getting chopped off daily, for example, because it’s just straight up bullshit.

      El Martillo

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    8. There's a special place in hell for these POS.

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    9. 8:25 Sending someone to jail is not justice. Eye for an eye is justice. Put those two bald headed cholos in hog ties and cut their heads off slowly with no remorse. That is justice. Sending people to jail is a holiday for POS. They have a gang in there. They are free to be animals in there. They don't have to be human beings in there, and that's what they want. A lot of idiots say it's easier on the inside than out. And at the end of the day, our taxes pay for their holidays in jail. Not only that, the prisons are privatized. The private prisons exploit the shit out of the tax payer, finding any excuse to keep those prisoners in there. Not for justice, just to prolong and multiply their charges, so that can get tax dollars for much longer than intended. Justice is an eye for an eye. A bullet to the head is more justice for everyone than prison will ever be. A bullet will remove dangerous people in their millions from this earth, creating a safer, GANG FREE environment. People will be able to go to sleep at night with their front doors unlocked again, like in the 60's and 70's. And idiots try to say that an eye for an eye will make humanity just as bad as the animals. Not true. Leaving animals to prey on people who are just trying to live good, innocent lives is enabling gangsters to get away with everything, and rope your naive children into the gang life.

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    10. 8.4% of prisoners in the usa, are in private prisons- not much at all- they arent as common as people make it sound- but i agree with the rest of your post

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    11. @5:03PM R.Kelly, Thanks for the comment. I learn something new every day.

      But the private prison industry is doing quite well without depending on the criminal justice system. Their focus has shifted to the illegal immigrant detention system. In 2005, 25 percent of immigrants in ICE custody were in facilities operated by private prison companies. By 2009, that number was 49 percent, and today it is 73 percent, according to a report by the Detention Watch Network.

      With the large numbers of undocumented immigrants that ICE is detaining the private prison companies are fast running out of beds to house them and are converting existing prisons and building new detention facilities. One contract was in the bidding process the end of last year for for a facility that would house 9,500 detainees. All of those contracts run in the 100s of millions dollars.

      ICE has replaced the criminal justice system as the "cash cow for private prison system.

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    12. It is Alabama and if one of them have citizenship, they are getting death penalty. Thus us why it happens less in the US. Alabama kill these criminals too.

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  2. Fucken animals should be executed the same way

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    1. True but then they were just killing their own.

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    2. Sorry but I'm white so are you making this a race thing or are you saying that the special needs 13 year old is part of the cartel?

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  3. Fuckin punk asses think they are so hard living a life of moving drugs and then to show that REAL FEAR of being killed or captured by authorities and autrocities like this are committed!
    FUCK ALL YOU drug movers and pushers ASSHOLES AND PISS ON YOU!

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    1. I agree fuck them all they only think there tuff because of numbers

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  4. I say fry these subhuman Mexicans

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    1. OK and when you finish with this ones go get the other ones please.

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    2. They are American

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    3. What ever they are, that lame has a Grin that i hope some one will wire off his face.

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    4. The alleged killer is an illegal immigrant...

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    5. Mexico is part of the Americas.

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    6. The accomplice is U. S citizen, so whats your point?. They are both scum

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  5. If that poor girl, Mariah Lopez, was a citizen, the white nationalists in power can have a field day. Headline reads "Evil and savage Mexican cartel beheads 12 year old us citizen on US soil!" Anyways, I hope there's a heaven or afterlife, and she gets there. 😢

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    1. I doubt this was a Sinaloa ordered hit, but these people work for SInaloa. Only one was here in the U.S. illegally.

      SInaloa has always had hitmen in the U.S. to conduct enforcer work actually ordered. I recall the hitman from California that travelled across country doing his "work" he confessed and gave details. It was only a couple years ago.

      This poor little girl, special needs, witnesses her grandmothers murder, and is beheaded. D.E.P.

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    2. The cds did not order no killings for sure. That guys tweaked out from that meth n got him self all paranoid. That’s why I stay away from ppl that use meth or crack or any of those types of drugs. What a fucking scum bag.
      -💯

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    3. Once in the U.S. the drugs might have been bought from the Sinaloa cartel and or their people but hits are mostly committed by individuals cells or individual people on their authority. Yes a cartel can order hits like the story Chivis pointed out but this is only in extreme cases like when a target owes money directly to the cartel and moves to the U.S. avoid consecuenses and or even is suspected of being a traitor to that cartel for example.
      Reason being is they know being savage and specially to innocents like in this story brings very bad publicity and is not good for business in the U.S.
      Cartels are not MS 13 where they want this kind of publicity in order to intimidate others. Cartels move tons of drugs into the U.S. having more money to loose than MS13 and other gangs who move peanuts in drugs comopared to them.

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    4. Chivis this was a disgusting thing these guys did without a doubt but come on do you really think they work for the Sinaloa cartel lmao they were picking up a 1/4 kilo of match hahaha how much can that shit be worth?!?! More likely they communicate with some one in Sinaloa or they have family in Sinaloa but doesn't mean their Sinaloa cartel...these u.s reporters are quick to throw it on a cartel for the headlines...with that said hope these mofos get what they deserve!

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    5. I don’t think this guy was a member of the Sinaloa Cartel. Just like the article said. Was involved with a criminal group not part of the group. Most likely just a buyer of drugs.

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    6. Almost certainly not a sanctioned hit . The "Meth Monster" took over . That's a big part of what has been going on in mexico . This shit will make you so insane that it is unimaginable to people who don't know . In the peoples mind there is constant conspiracies against them at all times . Anyplace they are hey think some one is watching . They can almost see them duck or step behind something . A conversation that they cant quite hear is also a bad one . When its people with a lifestyle that leans toward violence it is disastrous . I promise you , take the meth out of the picture and the homicide rate will fall like a rock.

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    7. The white nationalist in power wouldnt said 1 word if the girl isnt WHITE,citizen or no citizen

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    8. 10.57 there is, and she will if she isn't already.

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    9. It was ordered by the cartel directly. Sinaloa is at war with the special needs community over a turf dispute and handicapped bathroom access. Be aware.

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    10. A quarter Kilo aint worth nothing in cali a pound is 1500 that 16 ounces. A qk is only 9 ounces, thats nothing. The sinaloa cartel moves tons this right here is just a tweaker that got paranoid. I bet they don't even have money for a attorney there using public defenders. The sinaloa cartel does not have nothing to do here.

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    11. i highly doubt it was a 1/4 kilo of glass. They just killed 2 people. Admitting they were carrying a large load would insure a death sentence in alabama.

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  6. Great...now all that bull crap going on in mexico is happening here in the states.

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    1. Has been. What do you think all those "separated families" are giving a stink for?

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    2. Far from that. This is nothing new in the United States. Things like this have happened before and way more than once. I like the forensic files shows and I have seen things like this numerous times with different circumstances and at the end people got beheader chop tose burn or buried somewhere.

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    3. 11:21 please, boy, Mexicans have not been found storing the food in their fridges, yet to be used all through the year like Jeffrey Dahmer, or kidnapping young kids from their parents' sides to deliver to US pederastas friendly with the likes of Jeffrey "jeffy" Epstein in their secret dens full of young illegals, very very young...

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    4. 4:43 yet mexico is the 2nd dangerous place in the world...stop it.

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  7. Yoooo wtf... I am speechless I don't know what to say about humanity now

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    1. 11:52 humanity?
      --two young crook gangbangers killed a grandmother and her grandchild, afraid they were getting ratted on, two,
      "not all of humanity", stop blaming a lo pendejo like a dumb ass and find out who their bosses are, not just "Sinaloa Cartel"

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  8. The cartels are nothing but soulless animals and they should be treated as such.

    El Martillo

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  9. Where were all the captain America types with their legally own guns? They say that can'y happen in US because they have guns to "protect" but they never do.

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    1. They're at home taking care of their families, not roaming the drug locations, Idoit.

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    2. Your comment makes. No sense. The grandmother was in the drug trade and brought this upon her family. What does the right to own guns have to do with this.
      You sir are a jackass

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    3. Wtf are you talking about. Lay off the drugs

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    4. @12:42

      In America these things rarely happen and those who do this are immediately caught. You can’t compare it with Mexico where the cartels can happen with complete impunity.

      In the Us the cartels, for the most part, are forced to keep a low profile, these things are the exception, not the norm.

      And how can you expect someone to do something about this, when nobody knew this? In Cheran when the citizens took their weapons the cartels got their asses kicked https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-37612083 , what do you think would happen is Usa citizens started to feel threatened by these subhumans?

      If you think that the cartels would be able to have the power they have in Mexico, where the corruption is crazy, you are deluded.

      El Martillo

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    5. I’m here and any fucker that thinks he will come into my town will find a slug in his brain.

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    6. Ok? So there’s supposed to be armed guards patrolling cemeteries in the middle of the night? What a stupid statement.

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    7. the sheepdog 3% are too busy posting pics of their modified ar's, tacoma truck with the molon labe/punisher sticker and other tacticool stuff on instagram

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    8. 13 year olds can’t carry guns...

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    9. pathetic strawman attempt

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    10. Cowards hide....I have lots of guns...come on my property...only one getting cut up and burned is you. Besides, that poor girls family got her killed, by associating with drug dealers. That girl had no chance. Sad sad. I'll be happy to lend a gun and or ammo to execute those cowardly animals.

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    11. Jackass they took her to a cemetery where no one would be around.
      In the US we dont have pistol packing security guards for the dead.
      If you are really upset,your anger is misdirected
      Also where have you ever heard something similar COULDNT happen in the US
      True ppl cant do half the evil sbit here that happens there AND GET AWAY WITH IT but they can do it
      If this sbit here happened in mex chances are these 2 devil would still be walking free

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    12. 1:32PM
      I exactly expressed the thought of your usual "we have legal guns" to "protect" which, unfortunately for them, ain't an argument but an assertion. No strawman.

      The rest better post something worthy if they want a response.

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    13. What does this have to with owning guns and having the right to bear arms??? How was a arm citizen or neighbor to prevent this or help them? Use your brain think about what you wanna say before

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    14. “I exactly expressed the thought of your usual "we have legal guns" to "protect" which, unfortunately for them, ain't an argument but an assertion. No strawman.”

      It is a strawman because that girl was in a very different situation and nobody knew what was going to happen to her.

      Don Alejo Garcia Tamez, on the other hand, killed by himself many cartels animals https://www.vanguardia.com.mx/donalejogarzatamezdefendiosuranchodelnarcohastalamuerte-595068.html and he was alone.

      Imagine what three Don Alejos could have done. The cartels couldn’t shoot their way out of a wet paper bag, the city of Cherán is there to prove it. They are only good against defenseless citizens, and expecially against women and children.

      They are the scum of the earth and every single one of them need to be exterminated, no process, no jury, no human right, plain and simple extermination, with the same mercy that they show to their victims.

      And, quite frankly, it’s your post that didn’t deserve an answer, so you can be less stuck up.

      El Martillo

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    15. 8:27AM
      This does happen often in the US.
      I appreciate your thoughful comment but I was strickly aiming my post at those who fancy that because of gun laws in the USA that atrocity can't happen their. They don't offer an argument but only assertions which is why the respondents to my post can't offer a reasoned reply; they stumble with red herrings or personal attacks.

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    16. @ 7:50 PM

      It can happen in the USA but on a much lower scale and those who do that get arrested. It’s nothing like in Mexico where the cartels unfortunately are the rulers in many states.

      El Martillo

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    17. @7:50

      Also “This does happen often in the US”

      Define “often”. The cartels don’t have all that power in the Usa, they know they can’t get away with this shit. If this happens “often” show me actual proofs. And no, the argument “the media don’t tell you” it’s not valid, if these things happened “often” on American soil nobody would be able to cover them.

      El Martillo

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    18. @El Martillo

      Again, my comment was aimed at those who say it can't happen in the USA because of gun laws and they offer nothing more beyond that: case in point, look at comnent 10:39AM. Where is the argument? No strawmam.

      Often is once a month or more. Of course, in Mexico it happens more and mostly cartel related. In the USA, sadly, it doesn't even have to be cartel related and it STILL happens often. If you don't know about that's not my fault. If BB would allow me I could post some stuff about it.

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    19. @7:19

      “Often is once a month or more”

      If that were true, there would have been 120 dismembering in the USA in the last 10 years. And, coincidentally, there is no trace of them? Come on.

      El Martillo

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    20. 4:42PM

      You answered your own question that is why having guns don't work. You proved the point I am trying to get across.

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    21. @James Jones

      I don't know. Instead of making up excuses your question should be directed to gun proponents since they're the ones claiming legally owned guns protect.

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    22. @El Martillo

      Who said there is no trace of them? There is and I think the number is higher than you think. The fact that you're unaware of it demonstrates that little that you care for regarding this. Again, if you don't know about it that's not my fault, do your research.

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    23. @1:47 Pm

      “You answered your own question that is why having guns don't work. You proved the point I am trying to get across”.

      Yep, these guys got rid of the cartels with hugs and kisses, right? http://www.caravanmagazine.in/lede/mexico-cheran-drug-cartel-police-politicians-fire https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/may/18/avocado-police-tancitaro-mexico-law-drug-cartels

      Guns don’t offer absolute protection, but without guns you are at the mercy of the bad guys, who are free to prey upon you without fearing anything.

      Oh yeah, tell that to this woman also, that guns don’t protect
      https://youtu.be/HA-_f9GWaIk

      You mistake protection with absolute protection. That little girl had no chance, it’s not like gun owners have superpowers, we can’t feel in the air when someone is in danger in a bloody cimitery and teleport right there. Come on.

      El Martillo

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    24. @El Martillo

      You proved my point: "Guns don't offer absolute protection".

      The absolutist claims are not mine. They are the claims of gun proponents. Your criticism should by directed to them.

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    25. @8:54

      “Who said there is no trace of them? There is and I think the number is higher than you think.”

      I’ve done my researches.

      El Martillo

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    26. @7:20 AM

      “The absolutist claims are not mine. They are the claims of gun proponents. Your criticism should by directed to them.”

      I’ve never heard someone saying that guns offer absolute protection. Never. They sure offer protection, contrary to what the libtards say.

      El Martillo

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    27. @El Martillo

      Going by what you've written you clearly have not done any research whatsover. Honesty would be appreciated.

      I have heard gun proponets say, or imply most of the time, that guns offer absolute protection and I've also heard it here on BB . You haven't been paying attention. They say, I REPEAT, because of gun laws certain crimes can't happen and they offer nothing more - that is an absolute claim. You, Martillo, have to up your reading comprehension and also challenge those claims. I have and all I get is personal attacks and no clarification leaving me to conclude they are absolutist.

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    28. @El Marillo

      Just because you haven't heard about it is not cogent and doesn't mean it's never said. I heard absolutist here on BB.

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    29. 5:16PM
      I don't appreciate dishonesty. You CLEARLY have not done any research and it demonstrates the little that you care for the subject.

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    30. @1:04 PM

      You are wrong, but feel free to believe whatever helps you sleep at night, man.

      El Martillo

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    31. 5:55PM

      You really need to take your own advice.

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  10. Sick fucken bastards! Have fun with daddy in the Colorado Super Max fucken punks

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    1. I just looked up if Alabama has the death penalty and here's what i found

      "Capital punishment is a legal penalty in the U.S. state of Alabama. Alabama has the highest per capita death penalty rate in the country. In some years, its courts impose more death sentences than Texas, a state that has a population five times as large".

      These dudes are getting sentenced to death for sure. They should shoot these dudes up with an insane amount of LSD, strap them to a bed, get in alien suits, and autopsy them. Or the same situation, but rather then alien suits, dress up as demons, and make them think they are in hell.

      There are things worse than death, and these guys are prime candidates.

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    2. They will be in hell for real sooner or later...

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    3. Death is too good a punishment sometimes... how about leaving these assholes alive with 0 limbs and no eyeballs.. they won’t even be able to wipe their ass ... if someone did something to my family and I could get revenge this is what I would do .. best part is that I won’t be charged with murder ... bwahhahahahah!

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    4. 3:30, te la jalas mucho güey.
      Te has ganado un traje de austronaughta
      pa que vayas a la luna,
      a buscar el burro que mandaron A Marte

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    5. @4:51

      “ Deat is too good a punishment sometimes... how about leaving these assholes alive with 0 limbs and no eyeballs.. they won’t even be able to wipe their ass ..”

      I second that, hermano. And when their time is up let’s fry them in boiling oil, Z40 style.

      El Martillo

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  11. I live about 30 minutes from here. This was a big story with first the grandmother being found then the granddaughter. So sad. That little girl didn't deserve to go through such a horrible death.

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  12. Disgraceful!!. R.I.P.

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  13. Ayi están sus Chaputos! Iguales que Los Zetas!

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    1. I doubt Los Menores knew anything about this...a 1/4 k??? This is low level scum, which regardless of their affiliation are all the same. Tweaked out fodder. Just waiting to die.

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  14. You know when enough of them from over-there come over here, it becomes the same as over-there!

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    1. Best comment ever....kudos

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    2. You should tell us since you over here how many family members you have here?

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    3. 3:19 you have too many cosquillas (itch) en el over there.

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    4. I 100% agree.

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  15. time to really start executing all known cartel members and asociates, they are nothing more then ISIS selling dope and butchering but in different cultures. time to end them as ISIS was beheaded.

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    1. Well her grandmother was a known cartel associate so what's the problem? And her granddaughter was an associate of her. I mean, that's what you said right? Execute all members and associates.

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  16. As terrible as this is, I highly doubt CDS is sending out envoys for a quarter key of meth. Probably some tweakers who felt like they were in the big time. IMO

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    1. I agree, my first thought.

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    2. Agreed, seems like a small amount. I'm not sure what a quarter kilo of math cost, but I'm sure it's peanuts to a cartel. Now FOX news will grab the story and continue it's far right, anti-immigration propaganda.

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    3. The dirtballs were probably stoned on meth as I agree, a qt lb?? Hardly worth it....but capital punishment is needed and a express lane to the execution chamber.

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    4. Yessir exactly what I said

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    5. The news article doesn’t say this guy was from the Sinaloa Cartel. It just said the woman said he was involved. Probably just a buyer.

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    6. it is garcia and mendoza with ties to sinaloa, this was presented in court.

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    7. BTW the quarter kilo was what Aquilar said it was about. I am sure he low balled it as to present themselves as small time.

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  17. excellent decision making to have a cartel member as a live in boyfriend.

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    1. I agree. The media and prosecuters love to use the cartel angle for attention. Doubt CDS had anything to do with these murders.

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  19. wow the cartel element is hitting USA, they kill thier own type for the greed of drugs.

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  20. Wow hitting USA, what does killing a young girl prove. Crime like that will not be tolerated in the US.

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  21. Hey. Hey. Hey.. gringos be doing some crazier shit, to! Raping babys microwaving babys. Just a few examples.. gringos addiction is the problem here! Look what you just made him do!

    Atte: katy perry

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  22. All of this over a quarter of a kilo is insane. Sinaloa must be really desperate in Alabama. They say la familia still has a strong hold there?

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    1. Alabama and Tennessee for sure.

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  23. Simply despicable!

    E42

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  24. Place the blame squarely where it belongs. Senora Mendoza consorted with a ruthless criminal organization and she lay down with dangerous men. Poor little Mariah Lopez would likely be alive today if not for her rotten abuela.

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  25. Yep, nothing says send US spec ops to Mexico than this. Soon enough, cross the border and find the US Army up, down and all around your ass.

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    1. 10:43 send the US Cavalry to Alabama, they loved to have the pederasta Christian judge removed by higher courts for his religious views and he almost got elected US senator this year.

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    2. Uhhhh, do you know where this occurred? That Sinaloa thing is being used in the Media but in reality these are tweekers that let the drug over take them.

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  26. Really be heading a special needs girl, and still laughs about it. These 2 bastards need to be put down, does Alabama carries the death penalty?

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    1. Yes they do. These two def deserve it

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  27. This is not cartel related. These are low life drug dealers that were getting high on their own supply and went paranoid, which is normal for junkies. Sinaloa Cartel is producing tons of meth. These guys were dealing 1/4 Kilo, which is chump change. There are a lot of meth producers in Sinaloa that are not Cartel related.

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    1. I was thinking why drive to GA for a 1/4 Kilo when Alabama is flooded with Glass. 🤔

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    2. High or mid grade ene haha

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    3. Chump change in a sense of the amount of money to be made selling it but 1/4 Kilo of meth can get you a ton of time in jail especially if you are a felon. These guys were paranoid for good reason...

      Doesn't justify what they did though... Junkies hope they burn in hell...

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  28. Happens more than you think in the US.

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  29. They need to huck these dudes through a wood chipper, feet first.

    Phelpso

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  30. Alabama is becoming drug infested

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    1. 1:37 yeep, the Alabama party out of power had been slacking, now they will need to go back to business hooking young 'uns on dope to come back and demonize "them do nothing dems".

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  31. I just don't get how they can do that to a child. Fuck man, how low can these bastards get. I hope the guards spread the news in prison and have them get beat the fuck up.

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  32. We shouldnt care which cartel they claim to work for or with. Any and all cartel supporters and drug dealers should be put to death period, and if you cheer for any particular cartel the same should be done to you!

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    1. I agree with you, 3:13 PM

      El Martillo

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    2. 3:13 then many American billionaires and millionaire crooks and a lot of Mexicans and CHINESE! that move their drugs for them US Crooks will have to die!
      Will you name the first batch?.

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    3. 5:24 lets start with proof, and proper Due process. Once proven guilty kill'em. Make it a manditory death penalty for "convicted" drug dealers!

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  33. i see your not allowing any comments that put any of the blame on the stupid mother for allowing a cartel member to live in her home. you are a untruthful agenda driven negative presence on this board, chivis.

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    1. Although I am not the only moderator, I have moderated 2X today, over 200 comments for all posts. You need a hobby if you are sitting around waiting for your comment. I still have not seen it. But of course the grandmother is totally culpable. But she is not the killer.

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    2. @3:55PM chiis, And I moderated over 150 today. The natives were restless today.

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    3. Love you, Chivis!

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    4. Thank you for what you do!! The non trolls appreciate it.

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    5. Plus clearly you didn't read.. she lived with the grandmother, not mother.

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  34. Fuck en scum I hope they get raped and skinned alive

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  35. Please God bring forth a better tomorrow...a better tomorrow...a better tomorrow.
    - Sol Prendido

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  36. off topic i read El Americano was killed outside a strip bar in Colima last night,any more information?

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  37. something doesnt sound right...if abuela gets into the car with her granddaughter no less under the reason of "being taken somewhere safe" it would point to her trusting this guy up until the argument in the cemetary..maybe they took a shippment on consignment either for themselves or for someone else and either as a group or alone were planning to steal it hence the removing the sim card and then the later serious disagreement if this theory was possible then it was also def a lot more than a quap...regardless of what may have went down, this dude def let his inner meth monster get the better of him...sad for the girl and family.

    quick question- it sounds like way too much effort to moderate every comment. I used to admin/mod a couple boards for motorsports hobby forums and we didnt have to approve every comment P.I.T.A style, we just removed posts as needed. as same in real life with people, most were good or at least not a big problem, only a few needed to removed.. seems like it would save a lot of time. maybe u guys deal with way more spammers & i have no idea. doing a good job either way. cheers.


    -Frank

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  38. Anything and everything that happens in Mexico, is happening in Alabama. Had it not been for BB, I would have not known about it and I live in the US. Beheading of a kid on U S soil hard to believe.

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    1. Right same here smh it's scary to think...

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    2. I live about 30 minutes away. It was on local news but never saw on national news... except here. Thanks BB we would miss out on so much without you guys! Thanks for the hard work!

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  39. See this very often in latino /mex-american communities. The grandma is legal gaurdian of a child that has looser parents. rip poor little girl.

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  40. I live in ohio, Northwest, am 71, I have seen where 2 young black girls were dump in the country, they were from detroit, Killed. No one was ever convicted for the murders, My friend in the Guards with me had his sister murder, the killer was never found!, so yes there are killings here in the states that are never solved!

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    1. Juan Rodriguez join de detective force, I am sorry your local police force, just sit around doing nothing.

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  41. I bet these guys are not even mexicans. They're probably from central America.

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  42. Why kill the 13 yr old girl, she cannot talk. Dispute and on drugs makes users do bad things.

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    1. Those meth head killers should be killed in prison.

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    2. You see what drugs can make you do, kill whomever and whenever.

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  43. So a little disabled girl and her grandmother have to sacrifice their lives for American cheap labor? So what! This is a small price to pay for American industry leaders to shove more money in their pockets. FAKE NEWS!

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    1. This was related to.drugs, not about cheap labor. Read the article says the old man from Michoacan, can't live without goggle translate.

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    2. There's always vested interest in cheap labor. The exploitation of this practice has always benefited those elites. Moreover, governments.
      Look around parts of the world.

      Irony is American politics / companies made China what it is today ( economic powerhouse in growth / productivity).
      A world leader in manufacturing along with environmental products
      / implementations.

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      E42

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  44. Remember,no woman,no children..They will get what they got coming.Welcome to our USA prisons.

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  45. There is good news. The U.S. is secretly sending Marines into Mexico to deal with the murderous cartels and gangs

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  46. Hey CNN, MSNBC , FOX, etc. Why was this absolutely newsworthy story not covered nationally?
    Mexico-Watcher

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