Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Jalisco - 8 men and women discovered executed, 7 in Tlajomulco (Guadalajara Metro)

Steve C Borderland Beat  Source

Two additional homicides were recorded on Wednesday morning for a total of eight in the last two hours. 


In a property on Loma Alta Street, in the Lomas de San Agustín de Tlajomulco de Zúñiga neighborhood, the body of a 32-year-old man was found with at least eight bullet wounds in different parts of the body.

Additionally, in a vacant lot on Manuel Alatorre street, in the Insurgentes neighborhood of Guadalajara, the body of a young man was found with a gunshot wound to the head.

“Medical services are requested which corroborate the death of this male, who is approximately 25-30 years old, who has blood fluid in the skull, as well as the ear. This same one with an approximate of four hours of cadaverous evolution. "

The bodies of six people were found this Wednesday morning in the Villa Fontana Aqua subdivision of the municipality of Tlajomulco de Zúñiga.  Neighbors from Villa Las Palmas and Villa Caldas streets reported that there was an unconscious person lying among the overgrown grasses.

However, when the first municipal police patrol arrived, they confirmed that there were bodies of four men and two women.  All the victims were in their underwear or semi-naked and there were gunshot wounds and signs of torture.

The women appear between 30 and 40 years old, while men range from 25 to 45 years old.

At this time, experts continue to collect evidence. (By José Luis Escamilla)

10 comments:

  1. Great body count need more though.

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  2. There were 10 murders in total in just 1 day.

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  3. ATT: EL SEÑOR MENCHO

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  4. Oh no, mutilated corpses found in the streets! It's not like this happens in Mexico 10 times a week or anything.

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  5. eso les pasa por andar de mugrozos

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  6. Damn se esta calentando el pedo.....

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  7. Tlaqupaque, Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, parts of Zapopan, parts of Tonala have become a meat grinder with plenty of meat to grind never ending war because of the amount of people that live in those area's.

    I don't understand what CJNG is doing the only way to clean urban areas is to go house to house, street by street barrio to barrio, town to town, city by city, county by county. Then you move in a small crew into the area to work security while the larger crew rests and keep on doing that until you take the enemy out. You start from the areas that are less urban and work your way up or you could do a small push into the urban areas as a diversion. In the Guadalajara Metro area their aren't any large shootout its killing a few at a time.

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  8. The beef is mainly between cartel sicarios from CJNG vs street gangs and small menudistas. One example I see around Guadalajara when I go is the various street gangs that allied themselves with NG have waged war on other gangs that have the support of NP. For example the Florencia click Mr Yossie was from in Talaja got many members killed shortly after his execution. Before his death there was a green light given to his gang for their affiliation with el cholo and drivebys and other violent acts became the new norm for them. NG actually armed many of the gangs they support with sophisticated weapons compared to the old rusted crap they use to do before. Even the normal street disputes stopped being just your run of the mill brawls and because executions and shootouts. I posted on another post that the new wave of killings is mostly attributed to someone jumping ship, who and to what side they switched to is something I don’t know for certain. One thing is for sure Mencho switched strategies and began using women to work as sicarios more than ever so expect the killing of women to go up from this point forward. The era of the “manly” sicario is over in Mexico, women got some of the equality they wanted but unfortunately it just opened up the gates of hell against them.

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