Thursday, April 13, 2017

Holy Week:  Bodies thrown out, apparently live, from Small Aircraft

Sinaloa:  A small aircraft hovering on April 11 over a small town near the capital city of Culiacan, Sinaloa, lost at least two passengers who apparently were thrown out, alive.  One landed on the roof of the local social security office and the impact rendered the head of the victim unrecognizable.  There were conflicting reports as to whether there was one or possibly two more bodies that landed on the ground nearby.  Sinaloa is the state that headquartered Chapo Guzman, lord of the Sinaloa cartel until his capture and extradition to the United States last year.

Body of 13-year of boy executed in Chilpancingo:  La Polaka

Chilpancingo:  La Polaka reports (click here) that a thirteen-year old school boy was found in two plastic bags.  One clear plastic bag contained his head and chest; a black plastic bag contained the rest of his body from the waist down to his feet.

In Acapetlahuaya, a town of about 1500 persons in the state of Guerrero, at 3 p.m. on April 9 armed gunmen barged into the home of Roller Arellano Sotelo, a former state legislator and also former mayor of Acapetlahuaya, and executed him and a city council member, Octavio Arellano Eloísa, who happened to be there at the time.

Body of former mayor R. Arellano Sotelo, La Polaka

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