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Saturday, 13 September 2008

Hitmen from Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman the Gulf cartel drug gang left a pile of 11 headless corpses piled up near the city of Merida

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Hitmen from the Gulf cartel drug gang left a pile of 11 headless corpses piled up near the city of Merida and police say the victims were likely still alive when decapitated.Drug gunmen killed 13 people including a baby and a university professor at a party in the picturesque tourist town of Creel, breaking a taboo against killing children."You are seeing a deterioration, and a very drastic and violent terrorizing factor," said Fred Burton, an analyst for the U.S.-based Stratfor security consultancy.President Felipe Calderon, a strong-willed conservative, made the fight against crime his top priority when he came to office in 2006 but drug murders have soared to a record 2,700 so far this year in a war between gangs.
August was the bloodiest month in three years of clashes that began when Mexico's most-wanted man Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman took on rival traffickers for control of smuggling routes. About 450 people were killed last month, most of them in the border states of Chihuahua and Baja California.

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