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Los Zetas woman executed in Veracruz, let narcomensaje

March 19th 2012   ·   1 Comment

On the street Irapuato left some wreckage and on the streets of Chilpancingo the other party – Forces of Operational Security Veracruz cordon the area and ministry officials conducted survey.

Were thrown into the remains of a woman on the streets of the colony Macuiltepetl Progress, the local residents to realize the facts called the 066 reporting what happened.

They were residents of the street Irapuato who alerted the police forces, who were lying on the creek road vehicle of that corner of the colony Progress Oaxaca Macuiltepetl, the remains of a person.

Were immediately mobilized elements of Public Safety to the scene, who upon arriving realized remains were actually found the body of a woman.

A few minutes later the same police who were at the scene were alerted by neighbors on the sidewalk in front of the house marked with the number 827 on the street corner Chilpancingo Irapuato were human remains.

Upon arrival of the police officers, they discovered that it was the other part of the body of the woman, whose identity is unknown.

To place items arrived Veracruzana Research Agency, who on instructions from higher up the remains of a woman’s body and were taken to the forensic service.

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  1. This article was very poorly written. Sounds like jibberish.

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