Los Perros Feroces de Otoño llevan la Sangre, la Muerte y las Lágrimas
Within 24 hours 38 people were shot to death, mutilated and tortured in various locations throughout Mexico.
Unbelievably violent, even bystandards…god knows what we’ll see next week…
Baja California–the most grotesque incident in a day rife with over-the-top violence was the murder of Tijuana tax official–Rogelio Sanchez Jimenez whose nude body was found hanging from a bridge a few kilometers from the Mexican army HQ near Rosarito. His genitals were glued to his neck and the body showed signs of torture. Jimenez reportedly was supplying narcos with bogus drivers licenses and other IDs until,obviously, something went “wrong.”
Guerrero– 12 men were executed in three cities–Chilpancingo, Acapulco and Coyuca de Benitez. Their bodies were left with narcomensajes–messages–stating that “this is going to happen to all rats, kidnappers and extortionists.” The handprinted warnings signed by “el jefe de jefes”–boss of bosses–are the latest episode in the vicious territorial battle between Guzman/Sinaloa and Beltran Leyva that has been raging in the state for months.
Morelos- -federal police reported that six bodies of people executed were found in the southern end of the state in Ciudad Ayala.
Distrito Federal– nine more bodies found– three men, handcuffed, blindfolded with duct tape, wrapped in blankets and left in a ditch alongside the Naucalpan-Toluca highway. Another victim was killed by 15 rounds from an AK47 as he was climbing into his truck outside a Texcoco restaurant. Four more bullet-riddled bodies were discovered inside a pickup truck, abandoned under a bridge outside Teoloyucan. A few hours after this discovery state police reported finding another body inside a silver BMW parked at shopping center in Cuautitlan Izcalli.
Chihuahua– a female police officer assigned to the Secretariat of Public Security (SSP) gang task force, was killed in a commando-style attack in Ciudad Juarez as she was driving her car. Six others were gunned down in the course of the day–two were juveniles.
Jalisco– in Guadalajara three people were killed and four others wounded in a running tiroteo–gun battle- between a dozen combined units of federal police and military troops against suspected Zetas gunmen. Two military helicopters had to be called in for support during the course of the four-hour engagement.