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Friday, June 23, 2006

But, Let's Not Worry.....


3 Officers Among 4 Decapitated in Mexico

The article says the bodies showed signs of torture and were beheaded.  Sound familiar?

This place is about 15 miles south of the U.S. border, and the officers were responding to a kidnapping, and were "intercepted by about 100 heavily armed, masked men dressed as Mexican federal agents."  Again, sound familiar?

We gotta get those borders sealed, folks.


Note: The new sprite is Ali Oburrito.

UPDATE:

In a follow-up story, the Dallas News gives us more information on the beheadings in Mexico.

MEXICO CITY – The red tide of narco killings continued in the resort city of Acapulco this week, with the severed heads of two men discovered Friday, officials said. A day earlier, another head was found on the stairs of City Hall.

All bore messages directed at the Nuevo Laredo-based Zetas, the enforcement arm of the Gulf cartel that operates along the Mexico-Texas border. It is in a vicious turf war with the Sinaloa cartel, named for the central Mexican state where it is based.

The message found with the first decapitated head, discovered in a black plastic bag Thursday, was for Heriberto Lazcano, the reputed leader of the Zetas. It referred to Zeta attacks against the Sinaloa cartel in Acapulco.

"Loscano [sic], keep sending me more of your idiot (soldiers) so they learn some respect," said the message left next to the plastic bag. It ended with the letter "z," pronounced "zeta" in Spanish.


Yes, I so want these people in my country. Isn't it nice that all they have to do is walk across the border. Gee! We don't even know when they come and go. How convenient..... for them.

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