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Saturday, 20 November 2010

2 bodies hung from bridge, man beheaded in Tijuana


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2 bodies hung from bridge, man beheaded in Tijuana: "Two men were slain and hung from a bridge, another was decapitated and a fourth was shot to death over 24 hours in Tijuana, the latest gruesome killings in a Mexican border city where hopes had risen that cartel violence was decreasing.
The bodies of two men were found hanging from the Los Alamos bridge early Friday, said Fermin Gomez, Baja California state's deputy attorney general for organized crime.
Both victims had their hands and feet bound and one had his head covered with a black plastic bag. One of the bodies fell into traffic when the rope broke.
A day earlier, a human head was found underneath another bridge in Tijuana, which sits across from San Diego, California. The body of the 24-year-old man was found 12 hours later alongside the highway from Tijuana to the beach town of Ensenada."


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LL said...

What's left of the AFO and the Sinaloa Federation, which controls the bulk of of the traffic in Northwest Mexico called a truce two weeks ago for the holidays (when trafficking traditionally slows as narcos go home for December). This had to do with outsiders, not affiliated with a cartel who moved narcotics without paying the tax/squeeze.

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