9 decapitated bodies found in souther...

9 decapitated bodies found in southern Mexico

There are 35 comments on the El Paso Times story from Dec 21, 2008, titled 9 decapitated bodies found in southern Mexico. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Authorities found the decapitated bodies of nine men in the southern state of Guerrero on Sunday, and some of the victims have been identified as soldiers.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at El Paso Times.

First Prev
of 2
Next Last
Joe

United States

#1 Dec 21, 2008
So it's not just the border as some like to claim it is.
NoPoOr

Portland, OR

#2 Dec 21, 2008
"Soldiers who are supposedly fighting crime turn out to be kidnappers. This is going to happen to you."
Interesting.
A new interpretation for kidnapping? So that's what the cartels are calling it when their hitmen get apprehended, arrested, interrogated and held "against their will"?

Or is this another indication how deeply the military has been infiltrated? The local police stations is a given. You never know on which side those yokels are pledging allegience to.

Lets see how these new developments turn out. Tun, tun, tun, tun [from the Dragnet theme].
animales

United States

#4 Dec 21, 2008
Dos más y tiene un equipo de fútbol!

VIVA JUAREZ! VIVA MEXICO!

“Up close and personal!”

Since: Jun 08

El Paso, TX

#6 Dec 21, 2008
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
Maten a mejicanos
Isn't that what is happening anyway? Mexicans killing Mexicans? What a disaster that country has become.
felipe calderon

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Dec 21, 2008
Yep! just a few years ago mexicans use to say proudly, mexico has no drug problem, now! look at this so called christian family oriented mexicans killing other mexicans
NoPoOr

Portland, OR

#8 Dec 21, 2008
felipe calderon wrote:
Yep! just a few years ago mexicans use to say proudly, mexico has no drug problem, now! look at this so called christian family oriented mexicans killing other mexicans
Correction. Some Mexicans are killing some of their own but most Mexicans are not. Haven't you seen the demonstrations of protest demanding the government to stop this nonsense?
The government behaves impotently in view of the expanse of the 'troubles'. In most probablity the citizens make take the 'law' into their hands initiating a new revolution. Now THAT would be a real societal betterment.

Lets be honest with ourselves as well. We as parents need to train, mold, teach our kids to avoid drug use at all levels of our society.

Say what? Its too much work?

And what happened to prayer in the family? "The family that prays together stays together."

Oh yeah. I forgot. Its outdated. Too 1950ish.
Swan

Albuquerque, NM

#9 Dec 21, 2008
Savages.
nono

Mountain View, CA

#10 Dec 21, 2008
Stay out of mexico.you could lose your head..there is no reason for Americans to go to mexico......it may save your life

“Whats really going on???????”

Since: Dec 08

Las Cruces NM

#11 Dec 21, 2008
Just as long as they keep it in Mexico.
spazz

United States

#12 Dec 21, 2008
NoPoOr wrote:
<quoted text>
Correction. Some Mexicans are killing some of their own but most Mexicans are not. Haven't you seen the demonstrations of protest demanding the government to stop this nonsense?
The government behaves impotently in view of the expanse of the 'troubles'. In most probablity the citizens make take the 'law' into their hands initiating a new revolution. Now THAT would be a real societal betterment.
Lets be honest with ourselves as well. We as parents need to train, mold, teach our kids to avoid drug use at all levels of our society.
Say what? Its too much work?
And what happened to prayer in the family? "The family that prays together stays together."
Oh yeah. I forgot. Its outdated. Too 1950ish.
This was southern Mexico -- it's doubtful these victims were smuggling drugs into the USA. I don't believe you can fairly blame the USA for all that is wrong with Mexico.
NoPoOr

Portland, OR

#13 Dec 21, 2008
spazz wrote:
<quoted text>
This was southern Mexico -- it's doubtful these victims were smuggling drugs into the USA. I don't believe you can fairly blame the USA for all that is wrong with Mexico.
You are right. Blame was not intended in any way, shape or form. Yet our consumption makes us unwitting paticipants in the problem.
tah dah

El Paso, TX

#14 Dec 22, 2008
NoPoOr wrote:
"Soldiers who are supposedly fighting crime turn out to be kidnappers. This is going to happen to you."
Interesting.
A new interpretation for kidnapping? So that's what the cartels are calling it when their hitmen get apprehended, arrested, interrogated and held "against their will"?
Or is this another indication how deeply the military has been infiltrated? The local police stations is a given. You never know on which side those yokels are pledging allegience to.
Lets see how these new developments turn out. Tun, tun, tun, tun [from the Dragnet theme].
DAMN! I'd say you should stop snortin that s*&% yourself!
FREAK!!!!!
tah dah

El Paso, TX

#15 Dec 22, 2008
nono wrote:
Stay out of mexico.you could lose your head..there is no reason for Americans to go to mexico......it may save your life
You are a FREAKING GENIUS!!!
Cienega32

Albuquerque, NM

#16 Dec 22, 2008
spazz wrote:
<quoted text>
This was southern Mexico -- it's doubtful these victims were smuggling drugs into the USA. I don't believe you can fairly blame the USA for all that is wrong with Mexico.
If they weren't, I'm sure they were involved the business one way or another. Southern Mexico is the main entry point. Mexico itself is nothing more than a travel lane for the most part.

It should get even better now that it's public knowledge that Mexico wants to lax up their southern border policies so they don't appear to be so hypocritical.

They used to jail them when caught but how can you complain about an American wall and deportations when you do that? You can't whine about no open border policy on one border and enforce it criminally on another. They want civil penalties for illegals down south now. Only problem is it's a major drug corridor from Central America where most of them will openly profile gang members and have enacted some tough laws against them.

In other words - if it's easier to get in from the south, there's more reason to fight for control of the north border.

As far as heads - that's been going on for a few years and just recently made it's way to the border towns. It goes with the cartel wars. It's designed to give the next person second thoughts about who they want to fight for.
Cienega32

Albuquerque, NM

#17 Dec 22, 2008
By involved with the business one way or another I mean to say fighting for either the law or the wrong cartel.
NoPoOr

Portland, OR

#18 Dec 22, 2008
tah dah wrote:
<quoted text>
DAMN! I'd say you should stop snortin that s*&% yourself!
FREAK!!!!!
DAMN! Excellent New Year resolution.

“Retired Extremely Dangerous”

Since: Mar 08

El Paso, TX , USA

#20 Dec 22, 2008
Send in the UN peace keepers, there are more killings there in year than in all of Iraq and Afghanistan put together in sevens of the war on terror. Mexico is no better off than Somalia, and the Sudan, this is civil war and no one is looking at the Mexican situation for it really is, it is a conflict for the new world dope trade.
BEWARE

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#21 Dec 22, 2008
Native Princess wrote:
Just as long as they keep it in Mexico.
How do you figure if they are getting the guns from over here!
quien sabe

El Paso, TX

#22 Dec 22, 2008
I had my 'head blow' off in juarez this past weekend by a cute mamacita.

Since: Aug 08

Kissimmee, FL

#23 Dec 22, 2008
nono wrote:
Stay out of mexico.you could lose your head..there is no reason for Americans to go to mexico......it may save your life
Yeah we already got Iraq were americans get killed nobody is exempt from killings but hey thats war

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 2
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Yucatan, Mexico Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Gian Franco Ricci Albergotti Releases QUETZAL Mar '16 rose 2
News Two Cuban migrants dead, eight missing at sea, ... (Sep '14) Sep '14 WE JUST DONT CARE 3
News Mexico initiates major high-speed rail project (Aug '14) Aug '14 Maverick 1
News Man injured in East Oakland shooting (Jun '14) Jun '14 OMF 9
God now approves of Same-sex-marriage! (Oct '13) Oct '13 Allen 1
News Mexico sets $100 billion rail, ports, roads plan (Jul '13) Jul '13 Carol 1
News Visiting Mexico's famous Mayan ruins (Apr '13) Apr '13 S_i_r_i_u_s 7
More from around the web