Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Veracruz: More than 100 bodies were dissolved in acid in Poza Rica

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   TY GUS  La Opinion 


Poza Rica Ver- More than 100 bodies of people, dismembered, dissolved in acid or incinerated, were discovered behind homes in Infonait Las Gaviotas in Poza Rica.

The testimony of search groups revealed the atrocities that had befallen the victims.  Also the testimony of the so called “cook”, revealed how he was paid for submerging the bodies in acid then mixing the remains in soil.

He worked for the Los Zetas cartel.

A sister of a former Zeta, says she accompanied her brother at night and witnessed the killings and saw the manner in which they were disposed of.

Neighbors of the neighborhood testified that they heard agonizing screams of the people when they were being executed.

The investigative work of El Universal Mx, revealed that the information they received from brigade members places the time of occurrence apx 8 years ago.

During the last brigade no graves were found, because many were “cooked” so that only incomplete skeletons remained.   [similarly in other states such as Coahuila calcined and acid cooked]    Testimonies speak of how the victims were tortured, cut, burned where orchards have since been planted.  

Research shows that Zetas, in this time, were a part of Golfo Cartel in Tamaulipas. The group revolutionized a new criminal model. They pioneered piso, extortion, huachicoleo.
There were two classes of Zetas: criminals -foot soldiers and those who were trained by state and federal forces and joined the cartel.

23 comments:

  1. Violence Exploded in juarez

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  2. Waiting for the comments that Chicago and Baltimore have high murder rates too.
    Guaranteed if this happened in the USA there would be numerous task forces assigned to get to the bottom of this kind of insanity.

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    1. Do you want to know the truth. According to many people in the world the people who died do not matter. If you are poor and Mexican, you are not human according to them. If this kind of th8ng happened to some rich Hollywood actor it would be on the news 24 hours a day for a year.

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  3. Sounds more like CJNG.

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  4. Lazcano,it was the diabolical Lazcano,without him Los Zetas may not have become the notorious organization they became,the evil genius of brutality who took cartel cruelty to the levels we see today.Lazcano was the monster of Los Zetas,Z40/42,El Quemado,La Rana,Mamito,Ardilla,Lucky,etc had nothing on Lazcano.
    It was a righteous kill putting a round up his arse and in his bean,Commandante Lazcano,fuck him and the zebra he rode in on..

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    1. Lazcano was a real mafia boss not like the dumbasses you have now.

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    2. Lazcano and zeta chorrienta knew nothing about duty or loyalty, Lt Arturo Guzman Decena was mistaken when he trusted his muchachitos, they left him alone and set the trap when he was killed to inherit the Zetas, they had plans, and they worked, but el Judas had bigger plans than did not include el Lazca, and El Taliban also had other plans that included GETTING PAID and chose to leave the zetas for lack of his pay.

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  5. houses getting burnt in Paredones Sinaloa @Admins

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    1. https://www.elsoldesinaloa.com.mx/policiaca/reportan-falso-ataque-armado-y-quema-de-casas-en-paredones-4926981.html

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    1. Oh no there goes my dinner.

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    2. You'r surely getting the sick fuckers on this site drowling!

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  7. Wow.i couldn't imagine sitting at home and listening to people be tortured and killed a couple blocks away.and having to sit by and do nothing because chances are the cops are in on the murders.makes you understand how people come here any way possible they can find.i ihope i would for my fam.

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  8. And the band plays on...

    M.F.

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  9. People heard screaming and authorities don't show up. I understand that the cartels are one in the same as the police, but blatantly obvious murder and no reaction by police is a sad comment on Mexico. Such a shame.

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  10. Once again just sad

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  11. Is the fuken zetas still around?

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    1. They are still around and hold power, they are just low profile now.

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    2. They just about own Veracruz Mexico's 3rd most populous state

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  12. Amlo poll numbers are down, popular has he was biggest issue Violence Against Women and the press

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    1. 7:06 AMLO's poll numbers may he down, but nobody else's polls went up.
      Detractors and chayoteros keep trying their propaganda huachicolera and figuring how to steal the INE, Rosario Robles money, lozoya, epn, salinas, fecal, fox...while AMLO has Noroña, salgado, salgado, Ackerman, and thousands of other influential supporters on top of the millions and millions of Mexicans that got him elected in a landslide for the ages.
      --Sorry for the butt burns, but not really...

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  13. 8 years ago, Z1 #2 was governor Fidel Herrera Beltran, but Javier Duarte de Ochoa was holding a side job to buy the governorship, making pocket money fr ok m kidnappings for ransom in cahoots with his favorite assassin, his SSP of state of Veracruz Arturo Bermudez and his state police death squads,
    Coahuila born "general El Vikingo" went later to Cancun, to be SSP municipal, and took some trusted associates with him from his Coahuila and Veracruz, spent time in prison for the murder of retired brigadier general Mauro Enrique Tello Quiñones who had arrived to take over from him the secretary of public security, the Zeta Vikingo then allied with CDG tortured general quinones, breaking every bone in his body before shooting him dead.
    El Vikingo spent years in prison in Nayarit where now the AG Edgar Veytia has been arrested on the US and governor Roberto Sandoval is being investigated.

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