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Video: Cae "El Loco", responsable de 49 ejecutados en Cadereyta, NL

May 21st 2012   ·   0 Comments

Mexico – The army captured the town of Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Daniel Elizondo, El Loco, an alleged high-ranking organized crime linked to the slaughter of 49 people who were found mutilated on 13 May in Cadereyta.

Controls of the institution indicated that more detainees and civilian authorities try to determine if the suspect belongs to Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel.

The Ministry of National Defense (SEDENA) reported that after the bodies were found deployed rake operation in coordination with regional commanders in the states bordering Texas, to seal and prevent the movement of offenders into other areas of the region.

“On the discovery of 49 bodies in Cadereyta, military personnel conducted ground surveys and other specific actions to identify, locate and arrest the alleged perpetrators of these crimes, with positive results will be released soon under the continuing operations, “he said in a statement.

He said the operation is performed under the direct command of the commander of the Fourth Military Region, through the application of search and information gathering, intelligence, planning and execution of precision operations.

The Department of Defense stressed that the deployment of armed forces has allowed criminal organizations affect.

From May 13 to date 44 people have been secured, 3000 816 kilograms of marijuana, 140 weapons of various calibers, over 450 thousand dollars and nearly nine thousand cartridges.

He noted the arrest on May 17 from eight alleged members of the Gulf cartel in the municipality of China, Nuevo Leon, captures that resulted in the discovery of five mass graves where there were skeletal remains.

The Department of Defense noted that these subjects were secured four rifles, a gun, three hand grenades, 881 cartridges of different calibers, 34 magazines, a kilogram of cocaine, two vehicles and tactical equipment and communication.

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? Army elements located five mass graves were found in an abandoned ranch in China, Nuevo Leon each had charred remains of human bones.

? The incident occurred at noon on Friday on a dirt road, located at kilometer 12 of the China road to Mendez, Tamaulipas.

? In each well was at least the remains of a person, so far it is assumed that there are five bodies left.

A version of this column originally appeared in www.mundonarco.com.

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