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ZETAS - mexican drug cartel extrodinaire - 72 bodies found

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not like its a secret whats going on down there right now but this shits pretty sav.

 

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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38843735/ns/world_news-americas/

 

MEXICO CITY:

 

The discovery of 72 slain Central and South American migrants on a ranch just south of the U.S. border provides a horrific reminder of the brutality of human trafficking in a country dominated by drug cartels.

 

A wounded Ecuadorean who escaped the killing ground in Mexico's Tamaulipas state told authorities that the migrants' abductors identified themselves as Zetas, a drug gang whose control of parts of the state is so brutal and complete that even many Mexicans avoid traveling its highways.

Migrants running the gauntlet up Mexico to reach the United States have long faced extortion, violence and theft. But reports have grown of mass kidnappings of migrants, who are forced to give the telephone numbers of relatives in the United States or back home who are then required to transfer ransom payments to the abductors.

 

Teresa Delagadillo, who works at the Casa San Juan Diego shelter in Matamoros just across from Brownsville, Texas, said she often hears stories about criminal gangs kidnapping and beating migrants to demand money — but never a horror story on the scale of this week's massacre."There hadn't been reports that they had killed them," she said.

 

In an April report, Amnesty International called the plight of tens of thousands of mainly Central American migrants crossing Mexico for the U.S. a major human rights crisis. The report called their journey "one of the most dangerous in the world" and said every year an untold number of migrants disappear without a trace.

 

Mexico's government has confirmed at least seven cases of cartels kidnapping groups of migrants so far this year, said Antonio Diaz, an official with the National Migration Institute, a think tank that studies immigration.

 

But other groups say migrant kidnappings are much more rampant. In its most recent study, the National Human Rights Commission said some 1,600 migrants are kidnapped in Mexico each month. It based its figures on the number of reports it received between September 2008 and February 2009.

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yep, a few family members of mine have had to pay up ransoms because they were black mailed

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Sensationalized.

That shit happens, no doubt.

The god damn news picks and chooses what it reports.

It's not the wild west down here.

 

70 odd bodies on one ranch though?

That's a lot.

But that's how many bodies over how much time?

That could be years worth of killings buried on that ranch.

Also, who is to say all of those bodies were immigrants trying to make a better life for themselves?

My money is on a good number of them being rival gang members and possibly cops.

 

Long story short, don't get involved with criminals and you will be safe in pretty much all countries regardless of what the news says.

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70 would be a few days worth......considering most recent estimates put drug related deaths in the last 3 years (in Mexico) to be over 20,000.

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Sensationalized.

That shit happens, no doubt.

The god damn news picks and chooses what it reports.

It's not the wild west down here.

 

70 odd bodies on one ranch though?

That's a lot.

But that's how many bodies over how much time?

That could be years worth of killings buried on that ranch.

Also, who is to say all of those bodies were immigrants trying to make a better life for themselves?

My money is on a good number of them being rival gang members and possibly cops.

Long story short, don't get involved with criminals and you will be safe in pretty much all countries regardless of what the news says.

 

you have no idea what you're talking about, these people were abducted and forced into slavery.

 

secondly, that tidbit about being safe in any country if one was not to get involved with criminals is erroneous. people in foreign countries target outsiders, the trick is to look like a traveler, not a socks y chancletas wearing tourist.

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It's not the wild west down here.

 

umm, i dunno dude. certainly not gonna be ignorant enough to disagree with someone whom actually lives in the place im speaking on and more directly, place iv never even been but:

 

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not sure it gets more "wild west" than almost 30,000 murders in less than 3 years. in fact, i can pretty much guarantee the "west west" didnt have even close to that many murders in 3 years.

 

this shit is outta control, and alls i need to tell me that is black and white statistics.

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i also had no idea how bad tijuana has become with these sorts of killings etc, i mean. it makes sense due to being so close to the border but holy fucking shit thats close to home for alot of you.

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The only San Diegans who still goto tj are Mexican or gambling addicts

 

I feel lucky that I was able to go clubbing down there in high school

I don't think kids do that anymore

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Sucks, the drug business is much more peaceful on the East Coast...Colombians and Dominicans know how to conduct business

 

Yea they just settle it with Dominoes

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pretty sure colombians and dominicans tossin twenty pieces along the atlantic is absolutely nothing like 30,000 mexican drug cartel murders with literally billions of dollars at stake. the mexicans are exporting it into the states and probably hits 9 or 10 hands minimum before Jorge on the block stuffs it in his lip rockin dogtags and tim's.

 

either way, shits about as savage as it gets.

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you have no idea what you're talking about, these people were abducted and forced into slavery.

 

secondly, that tidbit about being safe in any country if one was not to get involved with criminals is erroneous. people in foreign countries target outsiders, the trick is to look like a traveler, not a socks y chancletas wearing tourist.

 

gasfacevictim lives around where all this shit is happening...

 

You don't.

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Yea they just settle it with Dominoes

 

Yup haha

 

pretty sure colombians and dominicans tossin twenty pieces along the atlantic is absolutely nothing like 30,000 mexican drug cartel murders with literally billions of dollars at stake. the mexicans are exporting it into the states and probably hits 9 or 10 hands minimum before Jorge on the block stuffs it in his lip rockin dogtags and tim's.

 

either way, shits about as savage as it gets.

 

I'm not talking about street dealers, I'm talking about the people who import it to the other side of the country, AKA Colombians and Dominicans. Mexican cartels have pretty much no presence east of the Mississippi, which is why, for example, the west has black tar heroin, and we have brown powder. Also, we don't (for the most part), have meth. The only Mexican drug that ever really makes it's way here is dirt weed.

 

Granted, there's a land border involved in the West, which isn't the case here, but still

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