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Massacre in Mexico: 4 women and 1 teenage girl found stripped & slaughtered

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posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 05:29 AM

Mexico was stunned by a shocking new massacre Monday after four women and a teenage girl who worked in an Acapulco beauty parlor were found stripped and slaughtered. The 14-year-old and two of the women were found on the second floor of the shop Sunday with their hands bound - and their throats cuts. Two other victims were found elsewhere in the resort city - one dumped on a street behind a church and the other in an abandoned car.

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the gang violence and drug abuse is totally out of control in Mexico!!

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 05:33 AM
... I know this World is in the stage of insanity ...



These days, blood shed is such a normal thing ... It just happens openly everywhere!!!

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 06:27 AM
Not to sound heartless or anything but this is hardly news anymore, it happens so frequently.
Whats funny is that if this were about anything other than drugs, like oil or economic or anything else BESIDES drugs, it would be labeled an insurgency and the US would petition the UN to vote on sending in troops.
However, since we know that these Cartels are more or less business partners with Wachovia/Wellsfargo banks and the ATF (CIA too probably), absolutely nothing will be done

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 06:45 AM
This is horrible! Seems the war on drugs in Mexico really isn't doing much at all and in fact the violence is getting worse. These cartels are just too powerful and innocent people are the ones that suffer

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 06:52 AM
This is the result of all the prohabitchin
that is all about corporate interests
banks and governments live off of it as do their alter ego the mobs gangs etc....
it is being used to TOTALLY justifies the police state.

If this stuff was decriminalized then all this would go away.
That is easy to show by example.
the price drops to nothing when this stuff is legal
we are being scammed and robbed and killed...
for profit
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posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 01:31 PM
reply to post by littlesheep2011

And this is the reason we will never travel to Mexico .. even the resort towns are not free of this barbarism.

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 01:36 PM
reply to post by Rockpuck

I have a friend getting married in Cancun in a couple of weeks! All of his friends and family will be there. I think the violence is confined to the Baja side of Mexico and the inner cities for now. I don't think it has struck the Yucatan yet. **crosses fingers**

The barbarism is what gets me. It takes a special kind of nutcase to slit the throat of a 14 year old girl.

Why don't the people unite against this? Is everyone still waiting on the government to do something?

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 01:37 PM

Originally posted by littlesheep2011
the gang violence and drug abuse is totally out of control in Mexico!!

The have vibrations of food and WILL cry when its time to match all the tears shed.

Rip to the lost

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 01:40 PM
Something like 35,000 dead since Mexico started its "war on drugs" about 5 years ago.

How many troops killed in a decade in Iraq and Afganistan?

At some point the government has to ask itself "is it worth it?"

Chances are that point will never come. Governments perpetually pay unfathomably high prices for little to no gain. It's just what they do.

More than 34,600 people have been killed since President Felipe Calderon declared war on the country's powerful drug cartels in 2006.

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posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 02:05 PM
reply to post by getreadyalready

The resorts hire their own security. We had friends take their honeymoon there and they said that there were armed guards with "big black guns" (assuming they meant M4's or something lol) at the entry points. They never heard gun fire or reports of crimes, but found the need for such armed tactics to be disconcerting and dampened the romantic appeal. That and they were advised to stay within the compound.

And yes, violence has occurred on the Yucatan, not nearly as bad as the border. Actually, Baja hasn't really seen that much violence either.. right now, I'd just stay away from Mexico.

visit some other Central American countries, they are often cheaper and no violence, as well as more remote.

posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 02:07 PM
reply to post by thisguyrighthere

Most of the violence is gang on gang turf war. There was a power vacuum when one of the leading gangs fell, resulting in every major gang/cartel vying for the control of border crossings, which is why most of the violence is on the border. The Government it's self is stuck in the middle without a clue as to how to stop the violence. Whenever they try to weaken one side the other side catches them off guard.

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