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Confirmed: Abandon 28 quartered in Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas

June 24th 2012   ·   0 Comments

At least 14 dismembered bodies made up of 10 men and 4 women were abandoned this morning in Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas municipality.

The finding was reported around 09:00 pm in the parking lot of a convenience store Soriana Vicente Guerrero Street in the center of the city, sources with the State Attorney.

The bodies were found inside a car along with a narco message where the Zetas were awarded the killing ..

14 bodies found mutilated near supermarket in Mexico

Fourteen mutilated bodies and a threatening message to a drug cartel were found in a truck abandoned in the parking lot of a supermarket in the city of Mante, in northern Mexico, local media reported on Saturday.

The remains were ten men and four women, and the threatening message was directed toward the Gulf Cartel, according to reports, which is locked in a bloody battle against his old armed wing Los Zetas, for control of routes drugs to the United States.

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR) failed to confirm the data, and Mante police was not immediately available for comment.

On June 7, had been found, also in a truck, another 14 mutilated bodies in Mante, located in the border state of Tamaulipas, one of the hardest hit by the war between drug gangs in Mexico.

More than 55,000 people have died in drug violence since late 2006, when President Felipe Calderon launched a military campaign against the cartels.

Mexicans go to the polls on July 1 to elect a new president, and according to previous surveys, it is highly likely that the National Action Party (PAN) Calderon, lose largely by the growing frustration with the violence plaguing the country .

Mexican law does not allow for re-election, the PAN candidate is represented by Josefina Vazquez Mota, who according to polls in third place well below the pointer Enrique Peña Nieto, the opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

Truck with 14 bodies found in Tamaulipas

The reports of the authorities indicate that the vehicle with the mutilated bodies were found in the parking lot of a shopping center in Ciudad Mante

The Ministry of Public Security of the Government of Tamaulipas confirmed they are in total 14 mutilated bodies were found Saturday in a truck abandoned in the parking offenders a city mall Mante.

Reported that authorities in the Tamaulipas Attorney’s Office, testified to 14 bodies, 10 men and 4 women, all were mutilated and message to a group of organized crime.

The spokesman stressed that justice dependence according to early reports that sought the Public Prosecutor Investigator, the finding was recorded at almost 9:00 am on Saturday.

He reports that were used Soriana Mall, located in the Vicente Guerrero Street and Liberty Avenue in the City center area Mante, who discovered the bodies in the abandoned truck.

Justice officials said the narcomensaje, and reserved the right to disclose the contents to avoid interference with investigations, while the bodies were sent to the medical examiner as unknown.

Just last June 7 other 14 bodies were found unknown people left off the premises of the Municipal Presidency Mante, also were 10 men and 4 women, while in April another 10 bodies were found.

Ciudad Mante is located 140 kilometers south of Ciudad Victoria, and along with Nuevo Laredo and the very capital of Tamaulipas, are considered municipalities from 2010 recorded an unusual wave of violence.

Left 14 bodies mutilated with a narcomensaje directed to the Gulf cartel in a parking lot in Tamaulipas

CIUDAD VICTORIA, Tamaulipas. – Authorities in Ciudad Mante located an abandoned truck in the parking lot of a convenience store with 14 bodies inside and a narcomensaje, sources said today the State Attorney.

Around 9:00 am, city employees found an abandoned truck in the parking Soriana Vicente Guerrero Street in the center of the city, said the prosecution.

Inside the vehicle were left mutilated bodies of 10 men and four women, along with a narcomensaje led to the Gulf Cartel.

This is the second time in less than a month dismembered bodies appear in the center of Mante. A similar event occurred on June 7, when in the morning 14 bodies were left inside a van parked in front of the Presidency.

On that occasion also left a message to the Zetas.

The discovery comes a day after in Ciudad Victoria, capital of Tamaulipas, there were attacks with explosives, killing eight people injured.

14 bodies are mutilated in Tamaulipas

Ciudad Victoria-A total of 14 mutilated bodies were found today in an abandoned truck in the parking lot of a shopping center in Ciudad Mante, in the northern state of Tamaulipas, state officials said.

A source from the state attorney explained that at 9:00 am, local time, was reported the discovery of the bodies along with a narco message in the parking of a supermarket chain located in the center of this municipality.

The source said that employees working for the municipality who discovered the abandoned truck.

The prosecution explained that it is the mutilated bodies of 10 men and four women with a drug message to the Gulf Cartel.

This is the second time in less than a month that are left dismembered bodies in the center of this entity, as the June 7 were left in front of City Hall, inside a van, 14 bodies with a message to Unlike the Zetas cartel.

Meanwhile, yesterday in Ciudad Victoria, capital of Tamaulipas, there were bombings in various parts of the city, killing eight civilians wounded.

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