Alleged Drug Dealer, 20, ‘Is Related to at Least 79 Murders’: Mexico Official

Noe Torres and Gabriel Stargardter, Reuters, October 26, 2013

A 20-year-old man has admitted to killing 45 people, and is being investigated for 34 more, according to Mexican officials.

Juan Pablo Vazquez was caught earlier this month in in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey where he was allegedly selling drugs, Nuevo Leon state security spokesman Jorge Domene said.

Vazquez, who said he was part of an unidentified local organized crime group, has already admitted being behind 45 killings and “is related to at least 79 murders, most of them committed in 2012,” Domene told a news conference on Thursday.


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  • Puggg

    Before I read “Mexico” in the headline, I presumed this was a Shitavious.

    Then I realized that Shitavious in this situation would be more likely to have 79 kids by 20 than to have 79 kills by 20. Sometimes you miss when you point the pistol sideways.

  • Spartacus

    Are any of the victims White ? If not, then good job .

  • joesolargenius


    • Spartacus

      Sounds like a party at a black fraternity .

  • Spartacus

    “is related to at least 79 murders, most of them committed in 2012,”


    A good year for murder, eh ?

    • joesolargenius

      I believe that it is more likely the cops whom committed most of those murders , this alleged murderer is probably just another young glue sniffer they are framing.

  • drekkkkk

    If law and order broke down in U.S., I think the mestizos would thrive. They don’t need a uniform to organise, and they’re pretty good at killing people. Just looking at how the drug cartels run mexico is instructive.

    • joesolargenius

      I quit going to Los Angeles because of the fact that the illegals run the streets of the poor neighborhoods and the jails and it is no longer safe in either area

  • Paleoconn

    I guess at 20, ‘teen’ couldn’t be used to describe him.