35 Bodies Dumped On Road During Rush Hour in Mexico

35 dead bodies dumped on a street and left in two trucks in the Mexican city of Veracruz, Tuesday, September 20, 2011.

Mexico has been riddled with some of the most diabolical crimes in recent years that the world has ever seen.  The drug cartel and gangs near the Mexican/American border have not only shown themselves to be a formidable opponent against  the Mexican police force but  have had cooperation from some of its less honorable officers.

According to Reuters, 35 bodies were dumped on a street and left piled on two trucks in the eastern Mexico city of Veracruz near Boca del Rio’s largest shopping mall as gunmen jumped from the trucks and aimed their guns at motorists.  The infamous Zetas drug cartel have been battling other gangs in a turf war in the Veracruz state.

So far, police have identified seven of the victims and all of them had criminal records.   Their offenses include “murder, drug dealing, kidnapping and extortion and were linked to organized crime,” according to the Veracruz state Attorney General Reynaldo Escobar.  With these type of criminals and the constant executioner style killing and dirty cops, it’s a wonder American crimes are the most televised of them all.

Watch the report here.

-J.C. Brooks

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