Saturday, January 8, 2011

Fifteen beheaded bodies found in Acapulco

The decapitated bodies of fifteen men were found Saturday, Jan. 8 near a shopping center in the Mexican resort of Acapulco, officials said police in the State of Guerrero (south). This is the worst massacre of its kind in Mexico since August 2008 decapitation of 12 people in the state of Yucatan (east).

"On the sidewalk of the shopping center Plaza Senderos, we found the decapitated bodies of fifteen males, aged between 25 and 30 years," said a police statement. The gruesome discovery came shortly before one o'clock local time. The police were called to a fire, but they found on the scene five abandoned vehicles and fifteen bodies, as well as messages.

The state of Guerrero is the place of business of the bloody cartel drug traffickers "La Familia", which delivers a constant battle against the gang thank you Zetas cartel and its ally the South Pacific. Last September, the cartel of the South Pacific was kidnapped and murdered a score of Mexican tourists mistaken for members of cartel enemies.

War cartels for control of the local market and traffic to the United States, world's largest consumer of cocaine, has more than 30 000 deaths in Mexico from settling scores and clashes with police since arrival to power of President Felipe Calderon in late 2006.

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