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Video: Slaughter League kidnapping arrested in Texas

May 13th 2012   ·   1 Comment

Guadalajara (May 11, 2012). – Laura Rosales Sanchez, arrested by the safe house where they were captive Tala 14 people who were to be killed by “Los Zetas” and the Millennium Cartel, but they were rescued.

He confessed that he was his brother who was responsible for “bringing the hostages” and abandon them in the same way that the 18 victims of Ixtlahuacán of Quinces.

The Attorney General of the State yesterday revealed a video in which women aged 25 and nicknamed “The Midget” details his blood relative was in charge of deprivation of liberty to individuals. “On orders from his boss, my brother would be killed,” said the prisoner, who yesterday underwent a root that can last up to 30 days by order of Judge Tala. However, the authorities did not reveal the name of Laura’s brother nor your employer.

Similarly, Rosales Sanchez said that victims were kept tied in a room of a house in the village of Ahuisculco in Tala, while waiting to be killed. Once killed, the bodies would be abandoned in response to the violent events recorded on 4 May in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, where 23 people were killed by warring drug cartels. Meanwhile, Attorney Tomas Coronado Olmos confirmed yesterday that the two bodies of those who were killed in the town of Huaxtla in the municipality of El Arenal, also part of the group of 14 who were deprived of their liberty in Tala.

However, the two killed were taken from the house by their captors before the state and municipal authorities arrived at the farm and freed the rest of the detainees. Among the captives and released was a baker, who was deprived of his liberty when he went to deliver your product in the village of Navajas, also in the town of Tala. On vehicles where human remains were found mutilated in Ixtlahuacán of Quinces, Attorney revealed that the two vehicles were reported as stolen.

Coronado Olmos refused to delve into more detail, arguing that research is just beginning. Sources close to the investigations mentioned that human remains found in the Toyota Sienna and Ford trucks EcoSport are 13 bodies that had been completed and 5 heads of which were not found their bodies. A total of 18 victims, of which four were less than 24 hours of the deceased, said the informants, while the remains of the others had signs of having been frozen to preserve them. All would have died of a beheading, ie cut off the head while they were alive.

On these deaths, Coronado Olmos said victims and refused to elaborate on whether they are related or not to organized crime.

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  1. Our boarders need to be closed so these murders and drugs wont happen,,,





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