Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Ten Mexican Severed Heads Found Lined Up On The Sidewalk In Teloloapan, Guerrero

Heads belonged to three women and seven men.

By H. Nelson Goodson
March 20, 2012

Teloloapan, Guerrero, Mexico - On early Sunday, the Guerrero State Attorney General's Office (PGRE) reported the discovery of ten severed heads on a side walk. The heads were lined up along a side walk in the municipality of Teloloapan and the gender were three women and seven men between the ages of 25 to 30. Their missing bodies had not been found or located.
Mexican authorities say, a message was left that read "this will also happen to you for supporting La Familia Michoacana." The narco message and beheadings have been tied to Los Caballeros Templarios who are feuding over a drug war trade with La Familia Michoacana for control of the region that includes Acapulco.

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