Saturday, September 15, 2018

Macabre discovery in Bacum Sonora, 7 decapitated heads and body parts in cooler

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat-Thank you "N" đź‘Ź For sending story- Silla Rota and Sol Caborca



A macabre find was made by citizens of Bácum, in southwest Sonora, who reported finding a cooler with seven human heads inside.  A foot and a hand was among the carnage, found on Friday at 4:00 in the morning.  The cooler was left by a bus stop assuring that it would be found.

Municipal and state authorities were called to the site.

All seven were males with an apx age of 25-45 years old.  They are assumed to be the remains of 7 males who had been abducted hours earlier.

Medical authorities from Obregon were called to collect the remains,  testing will transpire to determine the identity of the deceased.


WARNING GRAPHIC DECAPITATION PHOTOS ON FOLLOWING PAGE


From Alert Surbanas twitter and noticias Guerrero 

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39 comments:

  1. Anything and everything goes in Mexico, we are outraged that the government, does not take stiff action, at eliminating these, lowlife criminals, when they get caught killing people, they should be killed on the spot.

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    1. The mexican peoples concur with this observation..

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    2. The cartels in Mexico are cowards. 1 on 1 they are pu**ies. They are a disgrace to Mexico just like the government

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  2. En Obregon Es pura gente de cds. Estos Eran puro contras.
    -đź’Ż

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  3. Who controls this are n who the victims were...??

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    1. Chapo Isidro, BLO, y los remanentes de el Chapo Trini controlan el area.

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    2. 1:58. Good question and easy answer. Money and 325 million people north of Mexico’s 128 million people control this. The 325 million north of Mexico have 6 more times income of the 128 million in Mexico, and the USA government can not stop the drugs or the Americans would riot and politicians, arms company and stock holders would vote out the very eloquent USA president.

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  4. I wonder if it was a oxxo

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    1. strangely I wondered the same thing. each time in enter an oxxo and see the foam coolers I think of a decapitated head.

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    2. Chivis that’s very unfortunate that it has become a part of your psyche at this point. That’s really not something that should be in anyones subconscious. - Sol Prendido

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    3. Me too....when I first lived in Puerto Escondido Oaxaca in 2008 there were no oxxo's. Then they were built a year or so later and a decap head was of course found in one on the beach. And it continues.

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    4. same here oxxo=long lines one cash register open and the styrofoam coolers with heads

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    5. Right right ma buddy bought one in tj for his family to keep the drink Cold on their way back to L.A. he had it on the truck and when i saw it i told him if he had decapitated head in there. Joking he said he is going to use it for halloween decor.

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  5. Gente Nueva Salazar Assasination Task Force 148 are cleaning the Sonora plaza by orders of El Sr Ivan .
    These are some ruthless sicarios who were trained by a rouge agent who was in charge of the CIA /Blackwater Black Ops hit team in Iraq and Afghanistan . They were trained to "search and destroy" and eliminate all enemies of CDS. They also trained with a "The Butcher " a Sunni terrorist known for drilling holes in the skull of his victimes.


    SICARIO 006

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    1. Why didn't you just say they were trained by the navy seal chris kyle (american sniper) and call it a day.

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  6. Viva mexico cabrones..fyi we ain't building no wall.. lol

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    1. Mexico already paid for it all. Just by fixing trade deficit between U.S.and Mexico 4:53 Still Sheeping I C

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  7. It's the Salazar fighting what's left of chapo trinis people people

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  8. Who is Rene Rocha Rocha out of Hermosillo?

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    1. Tito y su torbellino sang a corrido for him ' el corrido de Rene'

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    2. Cual es su apodo?

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    3. Rene de la Tusa

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  9. En obregron pebles Es pura gente de cds les digo y no asen caso
    đź’Ż

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  10. Looks like some sort of medical or vet facility, is that Jesus on the wall? and what's with the hand and foot? It is laying on the table with the heads.

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    1. Yeah, strong image to have The Lord's picture above the severed heads. He even looks sad. It's a fucked up world mi chivis but like Billie Holliday said "God bless the child that can hold his own"

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    2. So who are the victims, Chapo trini/ isidro or los salazar?

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  11. We need videos!!! Please

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    1. There is something seriously wrong with you. There are no videos. Go watch nightmare on elm street and pretend it is Bácum

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    2. Exacly, Chivis.

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    3. 727 I send you a video of my pet bird, his name is Teddy.

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  12. Damm looks Like the scene from a Twisted movie but its mexican reality.

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  13. I figured these killings were related to Macaco's death. Guess not

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  14. Damn, I wonder what they did to deserve this.

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    1. Work for the wrong group or betray....

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    2. They joined the “life” .. my dad always said, “play with fire, you’ll get burned”

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  15. Sad end for these men.. but even sadder if they were at the wrong place at wrong time.. mayb mistaken? Or just random picked for this purpose. Not every dead human in Mexico is involved in narco negocio.

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    1. Sad to tell you but they are involved one way or another.

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    2. They were just trying to get ahead of the game.

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  16. What did they really do? Didn't pay the mordida of $10 a week to the local thugs? $5? $50? Life is cheap in modern day Mexico and that is a shame.

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