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Narcofosa: Zetas Killed Four Women in Coahuila, Marines rescued more awaiting same fate

January 4th 2013   ·   1 Comment

Saltillo., (Proceso.com.mx.) – Members of the criminal group “Los Zetas” kidnapped and executed four women and threw them in a clandestine grave in the town of San Buenaventura, Coahuila.

Moreover, the criminals held four other kidnapped victims whom they planned on killing later, reported the Attorney General of the State (PGJE).

“Staff of the Deputy of Research Missing Persons located four female bodies in a clandestine grave in San Buenaventura,” said a statement from the PGJE.

The “narcofosa” was located when thanks to the navy they captured a woman first and then three members of a cell belonging to the criminal organization “Los Zetas” in the city of Monclova.

On Sunday, the elements of the navy captured Juanita Villegas Elizabeth Ibarra, “La Chave”, 22, originally from San Buenaventura, who told of the location of the safe house and where they found kidnapped hostages.

Arriving at the safe house of the criminals, they were attacked with bullets. Marines were  searching the house in neighborhood of Las Flores in Monclova. In one of the bedrooms on the upper floor they found four hostages who said that criminals planned to kill them later.”

In the safe house, agents “managed to rescue four people who had been held captive, exhibiting signs of torture from being tied hand and foot. They seized an arsenal of weapons for use by the Army and Air Force,” added the report

Those arrested were identified as Guadalupe Reyna Martinez, Jesus Martinez Villanueva and Hugo Adam Lopez Alvarado.

“During the investigation, the accused said they had kidnapped the 4 women who had been buried in San Buenaventura.”

In first statement, both Guadalupe Reyna Martinez and Jesus Martinez Villanueva reported that they took the lives of women because they belonged to an opposing group.

The four bodies were found handcuffed “and two of them covered over the head with closed black plastic bags. Head trauma and contusions were the cause of death ”

“The ages of the deceased varied between 18 and 30 years, and the time of death was within 72 hours. PGJE personnel are working on establishing the identity of the victims, “the statement said.

From the detainees were confiscated an arsenal of two fragmentation hand grenades  K-400, ovoid, olive green, with lot numbers: HWB95K605-029 and EC-89E605.

Two percussion grenades M-118, 40 mm caliber, of high explosive, olive green and gold, a type assault rifle AR-15 Rock River Arms brand, model LAR-15, 5.56 x 45 mm caliber, illegible brand (deleted ), American manufacturing, retractable stock.

A square pistol, brand Colt .38 Super, registration 29291, American manufacturing.

Also: 21 magazines up to 30 cartridges caliber 5.56 x 45 mm, 6 magazines with a capacity of 30 cartridges caliber 7.62 x 39 mm.

Also: 1,301 cartridges caliber 5.56 x 45 mm caliber cartridges 150 5.7 x 28 mm and 95 cartridges caliber 7.62 x 39 mm and two aluminum baseball bats.

“The defendants could get life imprisonment and a minimum sentence of 60 years in prison on charges of homicide, illegal deprivation of liberty and burial underground,” concluded the official statement.

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

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