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Sunday, January 2, 2022

Silao, Guanajuato: First Massacre Of The Year, The Remains Of Five People Dismembered Are Found

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

Apparently they had been kidnapped on the night of December 31.

Two narco messages were found at the crime scene, news unofficially surfaced that the message was directed at the families of the victims and the names of each of the deceased.

The human remains of at least five people were abandoned in the Bajío de Bonilla community. 

Users of this state road between Silao de la Victoria and the Bajío community of Bonillas, reported to the emergency system 911, minutes before seven in the morning, that several plastic bags were apparently found with human remains.

Elements of the three Government Orders attended the report and at the entrance of the state road, near the path of access to the community, they found several bags with the remains of at least five dismembered persons.

On the bags, two narco messages from a criminal group were seized; Apparently these messages are aimed at the families of the victims and contain the names of the corpses.

Particular information surfaced that the five victims were kidnapped the evening of December 31.

The area was safeguarded by elements of the National Guard, pending personnel of the State Regional Prosecutor's Office, for the first initial reports. As well as the collection of evidence to integrate into the respective folder of inquiry.


Semanario Sin Censura

16 comments:

  1. I'm waiting on the global peace index to put out its report for Mexico 2021.

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    1. I am guessing under Almo s watch approximately 45,000 died in 2021:to criminal cartel violence.

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    2. 1:01 that is a low number. Whatever number they provide just multiply it by at least 5. The mexican government will down play the cartel problem just like every year, and every year it gets worse.

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  2. Just another day. Or another year

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  3. nothing to see here. move along. Viva Mexico!

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  4. Every week massacre after massacre and our mainstream media keeps their mouths shut. Back in the day if someone farted in Afghanistan or Iraq it was front line news to rah-rah up support for our war machine. Pathetic!!!

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    1. Oh no you and your Afghanistan comparisons don't equate it's about Mexico.

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    2. You are right: Mexico is much worse 😩

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    3. 2:22 exactly but nobody wants to say anything about the billions worth of millitary equipment left behind by the US.. the taliban took it over and are going to use it on the US next time they invade Afghanistan again. You know its just a matter of time..

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    4. 8:42 no bozo! If you would have bothered to do just a little bit of research it is well documented that the US left no military equipment for our local allies to use to protect themselves against the Taliban. In fact it is well documented the incredible detail with which anything useful was destroyed in order to not fall into the wrong hands. Our (now former) local allies were aghast of being 'thrown to the wolf' (according to a local commander) like that by us. Well they bet on the wrong horse an lost I'd say.

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  5. Another year under enpt president, letting Cartels get away with murder.

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    1. Yup, hugs for thugs.
      Abrazos no balazos-AMLO
      With that aproach nothing has been done about cartels. Its been 3 years that old fart has taken ofiice and the cartel problem has gotter worse!.

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  6. Super interesting I just used Google Street View of Bajío de Bonillas, Guanajuato. (Just put in name of town and state) SUPER INTERESTING, you can go down the road for ever. You can see obvious lookouts and some pretty rough areas.

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  7. Gto, the state that is 100 percent allied with cjng and CO.. foreal though they are doing cjng job all day evryday pretty much. Money talks

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