Mexico: 29 bags are clues to the slaughter.

Mexico: 29 bags are clues to the slaughter.

Matamoros : Mexico | Apr 20, 2011 at 4:18 AM PDT
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Forensic personnel offload in Mexico City the bodies of some of the 76 people found in a mass grave

About 29 unclaimed luggage passengers of buses in U.S. border cities will be used to clarify the identity of 145 bodies found in mass graves in Tamaulipas (northeast), the government reported yesterday that state.

A total of "17 suitcases insured by the attorney general's office in Reynosa and 12 bags are secured in Matamoros elements of elements to assist in establishing identification," he told the radio network MVS, Morelos Jaime Canseco Secretary of Government of Tamaulipas.

At least 145 bodies were exhumed from unmarked graves in the town of San Fernando in Tamaulipas, where roads will go to Matamoros and Reynosa, two of the steps used by migrants trying to enter the United States. The authorities attribute the crimes to a group of Los Zetas drug cartel, in collusion with local police.

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Mexico accused the Zetas drug gang of killing 116 people whose corpses have been found in a series of mass graves
Mexico accused the Zetas drug gang of killing 116 people whose corpses have been found in a series of mass graves
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