Mexican Drug Cartels Begin Hangings in Cabo San Lucas | Dec 21 2017

Mexican Cartel Hangs Six Bodies from Overpass in Cabo San Lucas, La Paz

|| Breitbart

“Gunmen hung the bodies of six men from three overpasses and left narco-messages in the tourist hotspots of La Paz and Cabo in Baja California Sur. The gory scenes greeted morning commuters and served as a reminder of the raging violence between rival cartels.

The battered corpses hanging from the overpasses of this popular tourist region highlight the apparent inability of the Mexican government to control cartel violence and provide security for its citizens. The bodies were found in the early morning hours first in La Paz, along the highway that leads to the airport, Mexico’s Revista Proceso reported.

Around the same time, the bodies of two other men were spotted hanging from an overpass along a highway leading to the Los Cabos International Airport. Soon after, authorities responded to another report of two men in the tourist hotspot of Cabos San Lucas.

Responding police units later the discoveries at each location, requiring the investigators from the state attorney general’s office as well as forensic experts to process the crime scenes and collect the bodies. The cartel practice of hanging bodies from bridges appears to not have been previously seen in Baja California Sur.

While rare in the tourist hotspot, the practice is alive and well in other parts of Mexico where cartel violence continues to escalate. Breitbart Texas recently reported on three men who had been left hanging from an overpass in the coastal state of Nayarit.

The banners left behind at the three separate crime scenes appear to have been a message by Los Guzmanes and Los Tegoripeños, threatening their rivals.

In recent months, the once quiet area around Baja California has seen an escalation of cartel violence that led to the deployment of military forces to take control of public security duties, Breitbart Texas reported. The violence is linked to a fight for control by the Sinaloa Cartel and Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG).

“Los Guzmanes” relates to a cell working for the Sinaloa Cartel that is controlled by the relatives of jailed leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. “Los Tegoripeños” appears to be an allied regional unit. The Tegoripeños surfaced in early November when narco-messages began to appear in La Paz and Los Cabos, warning the governor and law enforcement agencies to align with them Mexico’s SDP reported.”

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Dawn La Paz and Los Cabos with 6 bodies hung from Highway overpasses

|| BCS Noticias

“Faced with this situation, the security elements belonging to the Mixed Command, as well as the members of the fire brigade, are already performing maneuvers to lower the bodies.

La Paz, Baja California Sur (BCS) . During the early morning of this Wednesday, December 20 of the current year, it was learned that 6 bodies had appeared hanging on different bridges in the municipalities of La Paz and Los Cabos; it is known that along with these events, organized crime would have left narcomensajes, although they were withdrawn at the moment and their content is unknown.

In the municipality of La Paz, the events occurred at the stroke of 6:00 am, when the security elements were mobilized after the warning was given that in the Chametla neighborhood, on the bridge that is located in the intersection of the highway to the north, in the direction of the International Airport of La Paz, would be 2 bodies without life, hanging from the middle of the construction. Both bodies are male and remain as strangers.

On the other hand, around 4:45 am in the municipality of Los Cabos, it was reported that in the Las Veredas neighborhood of San José del Cabo , there were 2 male people without life, found on the airport access bridge. .

Minutes after 5:00 in Cabo San Lucas, at kilometer 4.5 of the transpeninsular stretch San Lucas – San José del Cabo , two people found dead hanging from the bridge that is located on the site…”

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