9 decapitated bodies found in southern Mexico

Full story: El Paso Times 35
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. Full Story
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Since: Aug 08

Orlando, FL

#24 Dec 22, 2008
RIP to all those honest and harworking soldiers and police who put their life in the line
Obama bin Biden

El Paso, TX

#25 Dec 22, 2008
NoPoOr wrote:
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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 Its outdated.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.
You mean like the war on drugs, that supposedly teaches the kids in schools? Just made things worse.
Same thing with teenage pregnancy, after the government got involved, whala, more pregnant teens.
When we were kids, they didn't teach any of that in schools, and we knew to stay away from people that used drugs, now it's like a badge of honor.
Same thing with the girls in school that are sexually active, we used to call them sluts, now they are ho's, but again it is a badge of honor.
Parents do need to talk to their kids about both, not the government, everything they touch turns to stone.
Examples?
Social Security
Medicare
Foodstamps
No Child Left behind.
Like Reagan said "Government isn't the solution, government is the problem".

Muchu Puchu

Weslaco, TX

#26 Dec 22, 2008
Gio27 wrote:
RIP to all those honest and harworking soldiers and police who put their life in the line
Yes, all one of them. What a naive, stupid caca head. I bet your mama thought she passed a turd but it turned out to be you--guess that explains your pointy head where she cut you off.

“Whats really going on???????”

Since: Dec 08

Las Cruces NM

#27 Dec 22, 2008
BEWARE wrote:
<quoted text> How do you figure if they are getting the guns from over here!
Choices...Choices..Choices. You know that people have the freedom of agency they may get the guns here but the people who sell it to them don't tell them what to do with them and 99.9% of the time its illegals who sold them the guns anyway.
Muchu Puchu

Weslaco, TX

#29 Dec 22, 2008
Henry wrote:
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Hey guy you need some Bush,that hand job is not working for you....
Na, I need a little Clint-on.
LandlordBill

Cary, NC

#30 Dec 22, 2008
mexikans killing mexikans -- what a novel idea. Works for me. Now add a few more zero's and make it a daily occurrence.
THE BaYaReA

San Lorenzo, CA

#31 Dec 22, 2008
LandlordBill wrote:
mexikans killing mexikans -- what a novel idea. Works for me. Now add a few more zero's and make it a daily occurrence.
i'd prefer you die instead.

Since: Dec 08

lapwai Idaho

#32 Dec 22, 2008
Cienega32 wrote:
<quoted text> 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.
Then the fence that mexico is buildind on their southern border is to keep out what then?
Cienega32

Albuquerque, NM

#33 Dec 23, 2008
fieldworker wrote:
<quoted text> Then the fence that mexico is buildind on their southern border is to keep out what then?
I would imagine the people that use that border as a major corridor for the drug routes to the northern border that they're fighting for control of...? As I made mention of.
See that's even more political hypocrisy - complain about our illegals policy yet jail their own illegals. Complain about our building a fence yet build one of their own. They can't have it both ways. They need to admit the problem at both borders, work to secure their southern border and honor the securing of ours.
We have federal POEs - encourage the legal immigration and the use of those POEs.
Emily

El Paso, TX

#36 Dec 23, 2008
Andres wrote:
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That Ciniega is a complete moron.
Yes he is stupid.
Canadian vistor to Mexico

Dartmouth, Canada

#37 Dec 28, 2008
A very large % of mexicans are against the violence & drug circulation. I was in Chipancingo after the bodies were found and it placed the mexicans in that area in fear. Mexicans are great people and mexico is a great place to visit. The drug situation hurts all mexicans and the tourism. It is a shame that the drug cartel is ruining a reputation of a whole country. People don't fear the police or military in mexico and it great to see the US helping finance the crack down on the drug trade.
spear chucker

United States

#38 Dec 30, 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
are we talking about iraq or afganistan? where the chuck in the la raza folks, the mexican flags, the marches, the yes we can folks ...yes we can ...run north faster than a speeding bullit...wow what bravery the mexicans have....man we can not wait till they take over the south west.
Joe

El Paso, TX

#39 Dec 31, 2008
Canadian vistor to Mexico wrote:
A very large % of mexicans are against the violence & drug circulation. I was in Chipancingo after the bodies were found and it placed the mexicans in that area in fear. Mexicans are great people and mexico is a great place to visit. The drug situation hurts all mexicans and the tourism. It is a shame that the drug cartel is ruining a reputation of a whole country. People don't fear the police or military in mexico and it great to see the US helping finance the crack down on the drug trade.
A large % very much admire their drug cartels. Have you ever heard of the narco corridas, the most popular music of Mexicans? They're all about drug lords, they glorify their crimes in their music.

There's a reason the drug lords can kill as they please, dump the bodies in public places and no one ever saw or heard a thing. The people are defending their drug lords.

A lot of illegal immigration is about drug running to the USA, getting Mexican drugs into every town and city of the USA. Mexicans don't want that stopped because it brings in a whole lot of money.

There is a small % that opposes all this. That's why it's so difficult to stop.
Joe

El Paso, TX

#40 Dec 31, 2008
spear chucker wrote:
<quoted text>are we talking about iraq or afganistan? where the chuck in the la raza folks, the mexican flags, the marches, the yes we can folks ...yes we can ...run north faster than a speeding bullit...wow what bravery the mexicans have....man we can not wait till they take over the south west.
Not a peep out of La Raza when Mexicans are slaughtered in Mexico. No marches organized by La Raza into Mexico to demand the killings stop. They'd rather sit here and defend the killers of Jamiel Shaw, Dani Countrymen and other illegals that had no business being here but are committing horrendous crimes.
nono

Milpitas, CA

#41 Dec 31, 2008
Canadian vistor to Mexico wrote:
A very large % of mexicans are against the violence & drug circulation. I was in Chipancingo after the bodies were found and it placed the mexicans in that area in fear. Mexicans are great people and mexico is a great place to visit. The drug situation hurts all mexicans and the tourism. It is a shame that the drug cartel is ruining a reputation of a whole country. People don't fear the police or military in mexico and it great to see the US helping finance the crack down on the drug trade.
Screw Canada, spend your taxes on the dumb mexicans..don't tell us how to spend our money.

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