Mexican drug cartels are being held responsible for fifteen bodies, all but one of them decapitated, which were found early on Saturday in Acapulco. Threatening messages signed by the leader of the powerful Sinaloa cartel accompanied the bodies.
REUTERS - Fifteen bodies, all but one of them decapitated, were found early on Saturday in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco as drug violence in Mexico intensified.
Over 30,000 dead since Mexican drug wars began in 2006. France 24 report from August, 2010.
"This is a war that has been growing for months, not just in Guerrero but across the country," local government spokesman Manuel Nava said of the state that includes Acapulco. "We are witnessing the breakup of these organized crime gangs," he told Mexico's Foro TV channel.
Date created : 2011-01-09