Google Earth map of one of Mexico’s killing fields, 49 dismembered bodies dumped along remote stretch of highway east of Monterrey, Mexico’s 2nd largest city, Sunday, May 13, 2012.
Update, May 16, 2012, 12:20 am, EST: Banners hung in several Mexico towns proclaimed the innocence of the Los Zetas while a horrific video of the dumping of the Mother’s Day massacre dismembered bodies has premiered on Youtube.
The gruesome discovery of 49 headless bodies dumped on a remote stretch of highway east of Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Sunday, May 13th, may have been the victims of a Los Zetas drug cartel “spectacular Mother’s Day massacre”, according to the website Borderland Beat. The Zetas’ ‘under immense pressure’ from an alliance formed between the Sinaloa drug cartel, the Zetas’ ‘mortal enemy’, and the Gulf Cartel.
For more details the link to Cadereyta massacre was part of Los Zetas Mothers Day plot.
On May 7, 2012, we reported Thirty-five Decapitations in the Past Six Weeks Near US-Mexico Border (Warning: Graphic Photos). The 35 headless bodies discovered in Nuevo Laredo, a long walk or a short drive across the International Bridge from Laredo, Texas. The victims, Zetas. The perpetrator, the Sinaloa gang lead by “El Chapo” Guzman.
According to the Mexico news website Informador.com.mx, Cadereyta is one of the main trafficking routes for immigrants, cocaine, and fuel theft from the local PEMEX Cadereyta refinery.
Cadereyta is one of the main trafficking routes for immigrants, cocaine and theft of fuel, there is a refinery-and now is one of the municipalities fought by cartels of “Los Zetas”, Gulf and Sinaloa by the level of earnings that they imply, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA, in English).
“The three cartels are sending direct messages and make known to the authorities and the general public, to try to create fear and thus gain control of the area, not only the municipality,” said an agent DEA.
A total of 35 bodies bearing signs of torture were left in two vans redilas on the bridge that links the tourist area of ??Veracruz-Boca del Rio, the busiest in the state.
On Avenida Lazaro Cardenas, at the height of The Millennium Arches in Guadalajara, three trucks are left with 23 bodies inside.
23 people murdered in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. Nine bodies were hung from a bridge, four of them were women, and elsewhere left 14 decapitated in a car.
18 bodies are left in two trucks in a gap near the kilometer 25 of the Chapala-Guadalajara highway. Nine have already been identified, none belonged to a drug cartel. Two more bodies were found in a gap in the municipality of El Arenal.
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