Mexican Mafia Violence - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Mexican Mafia Violence

Monterrey : Mexico | 2 years ago  
In Nuevo Leon, which is between the cities of Monterrey and Reynosa the remains of forty-nine people (49) have been discovered by Mexican authorities. Most this was no doubt the result...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Mexican generals held over cartel links

      The Age | 2 years ago
    The Attorney-General's Office said in a statement on Thursday that the generals will remain under arrest for at least 40 days while prosecutors strengthen their case. The investigation against retired General Tomas Angeles Dauahare and General...
  • Mexico's drug war: Storm clouds with silver linings

      The Economist | 2 years ago
    Mexico that gangsters craving attention must go to ever more appalling lengths. The 49 or so mutilated bodies dumped on May 13th on a roadside close to Monterrey, a wealthy city near the Texan border, were enough to make the front pages. The massacre...
  • Mexican generals detained over alleged drug gang links

      The Guardian | 2 years ago
    Miguel Sierra/EPA Investigators are questioning Mexico 's former deputy defence minister and a top army general for suspected links to organised crime, in the highest level scandal to hit the military in the five-year-old drug war. Mexican soldiers...
  • Mexican generals detained 'for gang links'

      Al Jazeera English | 2 years ago
    03 More than 50.000 people have been killed in rising drug-related violence in Mexico since December 2006 [AFP] Mexico's former deputy defense minister and a top army general are being questioned for suspected links to organized crime.
  • Mexican presidential candidates mostly mute on drug wars

      USA Today | 2 years ago
    The discovery of 49 decapitated bodies on a highway leading to the U.S. border would seem like the time for Mexico's presidential candidates to denounce the drug cartels and say how they will stop them...Not long after the news made headlines the...
  • Mexican generals detained 'for gang links'

      Al Jazeera English | 2 years ago
    03 More than 50.000 people have been killed in rising drug-related violence in Mexico since December 2006 [AFP] Mexico's former deputy defense minister and a top army general are being questioned for suspected links to organized crime.
  • Mexico drugs: Two generals probed

      BBC | 2 years ago
    Two Mexican generals detained over alleged drug links The army has played a key role in Mexico's war on organised crime Two Mexican generals have been detained on suspicion of involvement in organised crime, allegations they deny. Gen Tomas Angeles,...
  • Yankee, come here: Mexicans want US to clean up War on Drugs mess

      Russia Today | 2 years ago
    In an attempt to save one of its own, the hackivist group, Anonymous threatens one of most notorious Mexican drug cartels, Los Zetas...They want the US to take more responsibility for the violence, which they partially blame on the northern neighbor.
  • Mexicans Unflinching in Face of Drug War's Carnage

      The New York Times | 2 years ago
    Daniel Becerril/Reuters A decapitated body was found Tuesday outside Monterrey. Francisco Umberta, alarmed by the latest in a string of unimaginably gory crimes linked to Mexico's drug war , dealt with it by heading out on a date. A half-hour drive...
  • Horrific Violence in Mexico Likely to Affect July Presidential Election

      Voice of America | 2 years ago
    The discovery of 49 decapitated and handless corpses on a highway near the city of Monterrey, in Mexico's northern Nuevo Leon state on Sunday, has drawn attention once again to the brutal drug war that has claimed more than 50,000 lives in that Latin...
  • The tragic consequences of Mexico's failure to tackle organised crime | ...

      The Guardian | 2 years ago
    Grafitti saying 'Z 100%', referring to the drug gang Los Zetas, is seen near where 49 mutilated bodies were found in Monterrey, northern Mexico. Photograph: Miguel Sierra/EPA Mexico has become a paradise for the nota rosa , or red press, those...
  • Mexican drug cartel massacres have method in their brutal madness

      The Guardian | 2 years ago
    Mexico, part of the escalating war of intimidation between drug gangs. Photograph: Rodrigo Abd/AP This weekend's discovery in Mexico of 49 headless, handless and footless bodies dumped alongside a road just outside the northern industrial hub of...
  • Mexico: 49 Decapitated Bodies Likely Victims Of Drug Cartel Turf War

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Investigators in Mexico believe that the 49 headless bodies found on the side of a highway in the municipality of Cadereyta on Sunday morning may have been the latest victims of a war between rival drug gangs Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel. Share This...
  • Mexican police find 49 headless bodies

      NOW Lebanon | 2 years ago
    Mexican police on Monday searched for perpetrators of a drug-war massacre in which 49 people were killed, decapitated, dismembered and left in plastic bags on the side of a highway. The mutilated corpses, whose hands had been cut off to prevent...
  • 49 Headless Bodies Found in Mexico in Drug-Related Massacre

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Mexican police have found 49 headless bodies in northern Mexico . In what appears to be an offshoot of drug-related violence, the police said the hands of the victims have also been chopped off to prevent identification. Share This Story The bodies...
  • 49 headless bodies found along highway in Mexico

      The Dallas Morning News | 2 years ago
    A Text Size Christian Palma/The Associated Press Forensic experts examined the area where mutilated bodies were found Sunday along a highway between the Texas border and Monterrey in northern Mexico. Forty-nine mutilated bodies were found Sunday...
  • ‘Total barbarity' as Mexican cartel dumps 49 torsos along highway

      Washington Post | 2 years ago
    Five years after it began, the U.S.-backed drug war rages on in Mexico. Scrawled on a banner left with the 49 victims was a message from the Zetas drug gang asserting responsibility for the killings, said Jorge Domene, a spokesman for the state...
  • Gangs blamed for 40 Mexico deaths

      The independent | 2 years ago
    News in pictures On Facebook From the blogs Welcome to the Independent's new photography blog...David Cameron is going to find himself pushed into a referendum on Europe that could mean Britain le... Cesar Millan, the dog whisperer, has a new TV...
  • Bodies dumped outside Monterrey, Mexico

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    The death toll from Mexico's drug wars jumped Sunday with the discovery of about 50 bodies along a highway between Monterrey and McAllen, Texas. At least six women were among the dead, The Houston Chronicle reported. Many of the bodies were mutilated,...
  • More than 40 people slaughtered in Mexico atrocity

      Chicago Tribune | 2 years ago
    Suspected drug gang killers dumped the headless bodies of 49 people on a highway near Mexico's northern city of Monterrey in one of the country's worst atrocities in recent years. The mutilated corpses of 43 men and 6 women, whose hands and feet had...
  • Nearly 50 bodies recovered from latest Mexico massacre

      Houston Chronicle | 2 years ago
    Police this morning recovered the mutilated corpses of at least 49 people and perhaps dozens more than that from a roadside outside the northern industrial city of Monterrey, the latest massacre in a brutal terror campaign waged by warring Mexican...
  • Mexico: 49 bodies found in bags

      The New Zealand Herald | 2 years ago
    The bodies of 43 men and six women were found in the town of San Juan on the non-toll highway to the border city of Reynosa at about 4am (local time), forcing police and troops to close off the highway. Nuevo Leon state security spokesman Jorge...
  • Mexico drug cartels blamed for bodies dumped on roadside

      The Guardian | 2 years ago
    Julio Cesar Aguilar/AFP/Getty Images The mutilated bodies of more than 40 people have been found dumped on a road near Monterrey, with Mexico 's drugs gangs thought to be behind the deaths. The corpses were found in bags early on Sunday on a motorway...
  • Mutilated bodies dumped on Mexico highway

      Fox | 2 years ago
    Mexico   Forty-nine bodies, at least some of them mutilated, were found Sunday dumped on a highway connecting the northern Mexican metropolis of Monterrey to the U.S. border, officials said. A law enforcement official said the bodies of 43 men and...
  • Official: 49 bodies left on Mexico highway

      AP Online | 2 years ago
    Mexico (AP) — Forty-nine bodies, at least some of them mutilated, were found Sunday dumped on a highway connecting the northern Mexican metropolis of Monterrey to the U.S. border, officials said. A law enforcement official said the...
  • Official: Dozens of bodies left on Mexico highway

      Ledger-Enquirer | 2 years ago
    The discovery early Sunday led authorities to close a highway from Monterrey to the border city of Reynosa, snarling traffic. The discovery seems to echo several other recent incidents in which drug gangs left large numbers of bodies in public places...
  • Mutilated bodies found in northern Mexico

      Al Jazeera | 2 years ago
    55 Authorities have found the dismembered bodies of 37 people stuffed into bags and dumped on a highway near the northern industrial city of Monterrey in what appeared to be part of a string of brutal drug gang killings, local media reported.
  • 40 mutilated bodies found in Mexico

      CNN | 2 years ago
    The remains were found in plastic bags along the highway between the cities of Monterrey and Reynosa, the state-run Notimex news agency reported, citing police sources. Police and troops were combing the area and had set up checkpoints, Notimex said.


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.