Big Crimes Mexico’s State – Jalisco
August 10, 2018 | Brainwave Science
In Mexico’s Jalisco state, twenty bodies showing signs of gunshot wounds have been found within one week. It is home to one of the country’s most powerful drug cartels, prosecutors said Thursday. The bodies of six men and one woman were found Thursday in a building in the city of Tlajomulco, state prosecutor Raul Sanchez told reporters. The bodies of three other men had already been found in the same building Tuesday but due to a foul smell, the police used sniffer dogs to search for further victims, eventually digging up the other bodies. Three of those found had been reported missing, Sanchez said.
Several days before the bodies were found, a man who was shot in the same area as the building was treated in hospital for a gunshot wound.
The man, who died of his injuries, was believed to be the leader of a local unit of the drug trafficking group Jalisco New Generation Cartel, Sanchez said. The cartel is notorious for its violence and is in a fierce battle for control of the regional drug trade with rival gangs including Los Zetas.
Tuesday’s discovery came after authorities found 10 bodies at a property in Guadalajara, the state capital on Friday. Four of those victims had been identified as missing people, Sanchez said.
Also, on August 8, 2018, police in Mexico City announced the arrest of one of the capital’s most wanted crime bosses, Roberto “N,” known as El Betito, who had made major changes in his appearance in order to evade arrest. El Betito, believed to head a gang called La Union Tepito, was arrested on August 7th, afternoon on a city street with his brother, who was acting as his bodyguard.
Although the capital ranks 21 out of the country’s 32 states in terms of the number of murders, the city has witnessed a recent uptick in violence, according to the Mexico City Security and Justice Observatory, an NGO which tracks violence in the city.
In a report released Wednesday, it said Mexico City was at its most murderous since 1997, with murders up 7.7 percent on the same period last year, a rate of almost four per day. Seventy percent of victims were shot.
A surge in gang killings, kidnappings, and other crimes is gripping central Mexico’s Jalisco state. And, in a disturbing but familiar scenario in Mexico, corrupt lawmen in the service of criminal gangs appear to be complicit in the escalating violence. The vast majority of violence in Mexico is targeted violence. The criminals who commit most violent crimes are either drug dealers or related to drug dealing in some way.
With the cartels, units, groups and threats in the area, new challenge ads up to law enforcement‘s mission to shed light in this case. In earlier cases in Jalisco many expert commentators have brought forth a theory that local police was acting on orders from criminal elements. Corrupt Mexican police have sometimes served the role of foot soldiers for the country’s powerful gangs.
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