Slain man left at Ju rez police station

Full story: El Paso Times

The partially-burned body of a man whose arms had been cut off was dumped in front of a Juarez police station in one of at least a dozen deaths Monday, Chihuahua state police said.
1 - 17 of 17 Comments Last updated Feb 15, 2009

El Paso, TX

#1 Nov 11, 2008
Juarez needs a Harvey Dent and a Batman

United States

#2 Nov 11, 2008
sooner or later people r just gonna shoot them selves and low and b hold here they come across the border

United States

#3 Nov 11, 2008
It's more dangerous to be in Juarez than Iraq.

El Paso, TX

#4 Nov 11, 2008
the stories about juarez killings are seriously just annoying now. when dont people get killed in juarez. We should be focusing more on preventing it from spilling over to the US and protecting our ppl.

“Think Blue!”

Since: Aug 08

Dodger Town

#5 Nov 11, 2008
pancho villa needs to come back! to bad we cant bring him back!

Monterrey, Mexico

#7 Nov 11, 2008
why dont you all just get back to work!!!!

El Paso, TX

#9 Nov 11, 2008
everyone needs to smoke weed and chill the hell out.
el chango

El Paso, TX

#10 Nov 11, 2008
Y QUE wrote:
Good quote Y QUE - it's a shame your putota mama is always on her rodillas bust'n a move on them vergotas

“It's always sunny in El Paso.”

Since: Sep 08

El Paso, TX

#12 Nov 11, 2008
Some people here need to get shot.
gringos mensos

Tijuana, Mexico

#15 Nov 12, 2008
chingen a su madre todos los putos de estados unidos bola de culones...miedosos..bien vergas por la net y en persona son mas culos que calzon..como es posible ke tonaleadas de droga pase la frontera norte??narcos les pasan la droga al pais mas industrializado del mundo donde esta su tecnologia?
son unos corruptos tambien que casualidad que no ven la droga pero bien que detectan ilegales dentro de los carros pero no toneladas de droga ..donde estas sus rayos x??
juarez citizen

Mexico, Mexico

#17 Nov 12, 2008
deberian de tratar un fin de semana en juarez a ver si aguantan,no es lo mismo ver las noticias que vivirlas.

El Paso, TX

#19 Nov 12, 2008
Get some of our troops over there. I mean we have them in Iraq don't we? People that own buisinesses are being extorted on a daily basis. Buisinesses closing cuz they can't come up with their cota. That is just sad. What gives them the right to do this? I just don't understand..........

United States

#23 Nov 13, 2008
Ferndog wrote:
Some people here need to get shot.
eres el ferndog del hartec

United States

#24 Nov 13, 2008
juarez citizen wrote:
deberian de tratar un fin de semana en juarez a ver si aguantan,no es lo mismo ver las noticias que vivirlas.
paque chingos pinichi paise feyo quen se lo mande que seya mujada
Brenda Wheeler

Wichita, KS

#26 Jan 22, 2009
SOMEONE !!by the names of Javier and Alaina Jimenez have my son Miguel Nunez in mexico!! In Cuauhtemoc Mexico!! I want my son back he in from America!! I love and miss him so much!! Please if anyone knows!! thanks and GOD BLESS!!

Washington, DC

#27 Feb 14, 2009
lym85 wrote:
why dont you all just get back to work!!!!
Our good Montgomery County, Maryland police team recommends the public to read the import article here: Howard "Skip" Cole was the first to receive the Homicide Detective Award from the Florida State's Attorney Office, 7th Judicial Circuit. He joined the Saint John's County Sheriff's Office 10 years ago because he cares about people and has a keen desire to understand what makes people tick. He served as a Patrol Officer for a few years and in January 2002, Detective Cole joined the Violent Crimes Unit within the Criminal Investigations Division because he believes in getting rid of the mexicans, ms-13 and latin kings and considers them garbage and scum because they are. Major Chuck West fondly remembered Detective Cole coming onto the team wide-eyed and curious. Detective Cole excelled quickly and was soon heading major cases. He has an uncanny ability to get to the truth, and often his criminals thank him for his compassionate approach to getting them to confess to the heinous crimes they have committed. He says, "The key is to treat people with dignity and respect". Detective Cole said unsolved cases consume his thoughts. It's difficult to rest when a killer or dangerous suspect is loose. Detective Cole was the recipient of a Meritorious Service Award in May of last year. He was assigned a cold case involving the disappearance of Alicia Eakins. She was reported missing in March 2000. At the time of her disappearance all leads were exhausted and the case was left unsolved and a family disheartened with the results. Detective Cole's determination and perseverance paid off on March 28, 2008 when the suspect, Ralph Faba confessed to her murder and led Investigators to her remains. As the investigation continued, during a subsequent interview with Faba, Detective Cole was able to obtain a confession of homicide in the death of Faba's father in 1999, in which the suspect received two additional 25 year sentences. Not only was he able to find Alicia's remains, he also brought justice for Faba's father whose death was previously ruled a suicide.

El Paso, TX

#28 Feb 15, 2009
el chango wrote:
<quoted text> Good quote Y QUE - it's a shame your putota mama is always on her rodillas bust'n a move on them vergotas
This post was too funny to pass up... Enjoy.

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