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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Video: Dismembered With ''Narco-Messages'' In Tijuana

"Mica" & "Hearst" for Borderland Beat.


Three men were dismembered in Tijuana, and their remains were exhibited in the Rosas Magall贸n Bypass, with these events adding up to 33 executions in the city during the first days of September and more than 1,326 during 2022.

Warning Graphic Video

Over the weekend, Tijuana accumulated 20 homicides, 5 of which were recorded on Sunday, according to data provided by the State Investigation Agency.


The report of the three dismembered people was generated in the early hours of Monday, September 5, when municipal police officers went to the Rosas Magall贸n Bypass at the height of the well-known "Yellow Bridge", where they located the three dismembered bodies stacked one on top of the other.


Residents who passed through the place managed to capture the terrifying image, even some videos were shared on social networks, where they narrate the violent situation that exists in Tijuana; coupled with the macabre discovery of a woman massacred and hanged on a pedestrian bridge in Playas de Tijuana, meters from this latest discovery. Thanks 


In relation to the case, no detainees were reported, later the National Guard and the Mexican Army went to the scene to provide custody together with the municipal police, while the agents of the State Attorney General's Office processed the scene.


29 comments:

  1. No information on the message has been discovered.

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  2. When is the government going to clean Tijuana?

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    1. Obradors speech writer says there no crime in Tijuana, that all is safe.

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  3. 1970's a lifetime ago, Tijuana was a place we loved to cross the CA border to. Spent nights on beaches for $1.00. Shopped and ate forever. Found shells on the beaches. No idea it's Paradise would end. Blessed but sad at the same time, for the memories. There was a beach nicknamed 118. Great surf stop for many. Mexico was so wonderful.

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    1. Was still good in the 90s and 80s.

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    2. Yep early 80s TJ was a hopping place. Was there about 4 months ago and it was dead as a doornail. I was looking at some knives in a shop on the tourism street and a cute innocent middle aged lady was whispering to the shopkeeper, trying not to be heard by me. Went to other shops and the same lady was collecting in those shops too. Piso.

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    3. I reckon the 80's & 90's was still a good era to visit TJ..After the CAFeteras downfall,TJ started to get ugly for visitors!

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  4. 6:12 any nudist beaches you would recomend? It was all hippies back then

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    1. I used to live in Miami. Sunny isles beach. Only place I know that has a bude beach. Haulover beach

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    2. Blind Creek Beach in Ft Pierce Fl. Take a right on beach for cruising adult scene, left for family friendly. Who knew? I didn't

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    3. 4:49 I wonder how they keep the flies away from their behinds, cows have their tails, but bipeds only have problems.

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  5. Remember one thing there have to be war before change it’s called cleaning house 馃彔 nothing new just remember who’s still in the zone in talks after 40yrs that will never change

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  6. Avocados from Mexico

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  7. up to 33 executions in the city during the first days of September …. Times gone when mexicans were lazy chilling in the sun. Pretty bussy these days

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    1. 1:59
      Shame on you and you suppose to set a good example in here.

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  8. chopped up alive like some Aztec sacrifice
    Aztec calendar had 17 “months” (plus five special days at the end), with specific rituals assigned to each. See if you can spot the pattern; it’s a bit subtle, so pay attention:
    Atlacacauallo (from February 2 to February 21): Sacrifice of children and captives to the water deities
    Tlacaxipehualiztli (from February 22 to March 13): Sacrifice of captives; gladiatorial fighters; dances of the priest wearing the skin of the flayed victims
    Tozoztontli (from March 14 to April 2): Human sacrifice via extraction of the heart; burying of the flayed human skins; sacrifices of children
    Hueytozoztli (from April 3 to April 22): Sacrifice of a maid; of boy and girl
    Toxcatl (from April 23 to May 12): Sacrifice of captives by extraction of the heart
    Etzalcualiztli (from May 13 to June 1): Human sacrifice by drowning and extraction of the heart
    Tecuilhuitontli (from June 2 to June 21): Human sacrifice by extraction of the heart
    Hueytecuihutli (from June 22 to July 11): Sacrifice of a decapitated woman and extraction of her heart
    Tlaxochimaco (from July 12 to July 31): Sacrifice by starvation in a cave or temple
    Xocotlhuetzin (from August 1 to August 20): Sacrifices to the fire gods by burning the victims
    Ochpaniztli (from August 21 to September 9): Sacrifice of a decapitated young woman to Toci; she was skinned and a young man wore her skin; sacrifice of captives by hurling from a height and extraction of the heart
    Teoleco (from September 10 to September 29): Sacrifices by fire; extraction of the heart
    Tepeihuitl (from September 30 to October 19): Sacrifices of children, two noble women, extraction of the heart and flaying; ritual cannibalism
    Quecholli (from October 20 to November 8): Mass sacrifices of captives and slaves by extraction of the heart
    Atemoztli (from November 9 to December 18): Sacrifices of children and slaves by decapitation
    Tititl (from December 19 to January 7): Sacrifice of a woman by extraction of the heart and decapitation afterwards
    Izcalli (from January 8 to January 27): Sacrifices of victims representing Xiuhtecuhtli and their women (each four years), and captives; New Fire ritual
    Nemontemi (from January 28 to February 1): Five days at the end of the year, no rituals, general fasting
    When Aztecs came, they were going to kill you, full stop. The only thing that was left to be decided was the manner of your death, if you were lucky enough to avoid being burned to death or starved in a cave somewhere, you were probably being saved for the next Quecholli, when thousands (records say tens of thousands, but are probably an exaggaration) would be brutally murdered
    Remember all those child sacrifices? They weren’t exactly suffocated in their sleep either.
    Many of the children suffered from serious injuries before their death, they would have to have been in significant pain as Tlaloc required the tears of the young as part of the sacrifice. The priests made the children cry during their way to immolation: a good omen that Tlaloc would wet the earth in the raining season
    The estimate was that one in five children born to Aztec subject was sacrificed in a religious ritual that apparently involved torture and making children cry so their tears would water the earth. Then they would be burned alive for good measure.

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    1. Yea, sick crap for sure. I, sometimes wonder if people in Mexico evolved from that crap and are “just” plain evil like so many others, or are they still embedded with the dna of aztecs…

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    2. I think the government and elites have the conquistador attitude of looting and stealing and the criminals seem to have the aztec dna and a large part of the population have a mix of both with no values or morals. And somewhere in between are decent non Aztec non Spanish ordinary people who haven't. been corrupted by this culture and just want to live in peace. But with those two as the main cultural and genetic influences its not a great starting point

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    3. Aztec rituals were not insurrection incidents of white supremacists who know much better than kissing their Dear Leader's ass all the way into prison, matter of fact they threw rocks at emperor Moctezuma and supposedly killed him.

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    4. Unlike with cattle, "hybrid vigor" among humans doesn't always improve the breed.

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  9. This is done while they are alive. Sick bastards

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  10. 20 homicides in Tijuana, this past weekend!
    They guy that says Mexico is the wild wild west, where anything goes is right. I am staying away from TJ, to dangerous, I don't want to get sliced up

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    1. 8:02 stop it, you dont have money to go to TJ thats why you staying away

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    2. @8:02 but but don't don't you yo want to see a Donkey Show, Ladies stripping at the clubs, tacos and beer.
      The ladies are giving discounts to tourist. To bring back the tourism.

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  11. FRESH MEAT 4 THE KALDITOZ

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  12. Como dijo el dropped que se mant茅n entre ellos, chapiza y mayiza y los arellanos y despu茅s nos asomamos gente de cateo. Mexico 馃嚥馃嚱

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