Mexico Finds Skeletal Remains Along US Border

Adriana Gomez Licon, Yahoo! News, February 10, 2014

Mexican officials have discovered hundreds of skeletal remains scattered on ranches in a stretch of towns along the U.S.-Mexico border as they carried out a wide search to locate missing people.

Coahuila state prosecutors’ spokesman Jesus Carranza said Monday that the remains were burned and extremely hard to identify.

News of the grisly finds came at the same time 12 bodies were unearthed from clandestine graves in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero and about two months after 67 bodies were found in western Mexico. Such discoveries remain common despite government claims that the number of killings has gone down in the past year.

Police in Coahuila haven’t said whether an organized crime group is suspected in the skeletal remains, but the area is known to be dominated by the violent Zetas drug cartel. Officers have arrested 10 men, including four police officers suspected of aiding a criminal group, the state attorney general’s office said in a press release.

The police operation took place on ranches in 11 different towns around the border city of Piedras Negras, right across Eagle Pass, Texas, after interviews with family members and at least 32 former local officials. Usually, remains like these have been found in mass graves, but these were left on the surface in the region known as Five Springs, Carranza said.


Two months ago, authorities excavated for several days in recovering 67 bodies that had been bound or gagged in a remote town by Lake Chapala, a popular spot with tourists and American retirees.

It is a region where the Knights Templar and New Generation drug cartels are fighting each other. Local police officers who confessed to handing over people to the New Generation organization led investigators to the scene, officials said.

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  • NeanderthalDNA

    Were their hearts ripped out in classic Aztec sacrificial fashion?

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      Maybe parts of their bodies were cooked and eaten. The Aztecs were notorious cannibals.

      • D.B. Cooper

        Mexico is such a popular dumping place for bodies, that even Sarah Connor dumped and buried a terminator she destroyed.

  • bigone4u

    Throughout history the tribes in south Texas down through Mexico and central America have been extraordinarily cruel in their treatment of enemies. Well, guess what folks? We’re their enemies now and they’re in OUR house. Mass gang executions, animal abuse, incest, violent rape, beheadings, dismemberments–it’s all part of the culture. Stop it at the border or live forever in fear. That’s our choice.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Seems that their national religion would do something about this corruption….or are they part of the problem?

  • Spartacus

    I’m sure they’re all wondering how they can blame Whites for this…

    • NeanderthalDNA

      I was thinking the volunteer militias on the border would get blamed, but apparently it’s all on the southern side…

      • Erasmus

        Neither Iraq or Afghanistan were worth the life of a single American soldier. On the other hand to stop the invasion from Mexico is worth a fight and worth taking casualties for.


          I agree. However, there will be no fight because that would be racist. And ever since our schools were turned into Liberal self hatred camps for all Whites there’s nothing worse than being a racist. Even watching your country and your children’s futures being invaded, high jacked, and utterly consumed.

          • Erasmus

            I’m not giving into despair yet. History shows the most unexpected things can happen. As more and more Americans recognize that the government in Washington is now little more than the country’s largest organized crime syndicate, they’ll start to look to themselves for their protection and the protection of the people they love.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          I would have been OK with the Afghanistan thing IF…

          a) no Iraq and…

          b) in and out, no “fix all their problems for the next 2 decades”.

          Maybe if we hadn’t had 80%+ of our commited resources in Iraq we could have cornered bin Laden in Afghanistan.

          But instead we hit Iraq with most of our force and killed the only thing in Iraq protecting non-Muslim extremists (Hussein).

          • Geo1metric

            I even question Afghanistan. The best intel I’ve been able to get is that the twin towers debacle was actually “planned” in and around Berlin, Germany. And the Bin Laden thing… .

          • NeanderthalDNA

            It’s my understanding that we actually had bin Laden cornered in the Tora Bora (Tora Tora, Bora Tora, Bora Bora?) region but because we only had a few special forces types who had contracted much of the cordoning off aspect of the operation to sketchy local militias…he got out…

            What if the entire 82nd airborne division had been involved? But they were in Iraq…

            Hey…I’ve always had an interesting theory for the building 7 collapse at the WTC ground zero…

            It really does look like a pre-planted controlled demolition that one, and I can’t see how it was so damaged by the other buildings…

            I think the gubbamint DID blow it, but not for some crazy conspiratorial reason. I think may buildings that house secret keeping intelligence agency offices are PRE-RIGGED to be blown like that, should something INSANE happen. And that would definitely be something the gubbamint would NOT want anybody to know, including those who work there as well as anyone with more sinister intentions.

            A decision was made on the spot after it had been evacuated and BOOM. And again, they would never admit to it for obvious and non-sinister reasons…

          • That, and guess which wonderful ethnicity of people backing up the heavily Pashto Towelie-bahn fighters shuttled/snuck OBL out of Afghanistan and into Pockeystahn and into the arms of their sympathetic deep state for a decade?

            The Chechens. As in Joker and Tami-Flu Tsarnaev.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Yeah, we really ran the Afghan theater on a shoestring budget compared to the resources we devoted to Iraq.

            Terrible prioritizing. Even as a liblefty at the time I bemoaned the lack of a “tricky Dicky” in the oval office who understood realpolitik…

            Nixon would have known how to handle that mess, I suspect.

  • William Krapek

    Oh. My. God. We are in serious trouble if we don’t start fighting back.

  • D.B. Cooper

    • A few miles north, and its our backyard.

  • Erasmus

    Pay close attention, people. If our “leaders” amnesty millions of illegal alien Mexicans, they’re letting that into the country.

  • sshadow

    A neat trick that these people use is to burn someone alive tied up in a barrel with kerosene in the bottom, which is lit on fire. They come here and do the things Americans won,t do.

  • sshadow

    A neat trick they do is to tie a victim in a barrel with kerosene in the bottom and light it on fire. It seems they will do the things that Americans won’t do.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      One better is to start lowering these terrorists one quarter of an inch at a time into a stainless steel vat full of concentrated nitric acid, which will dissolve them completely.

  • Geo1metric

    The entire border issue is fraught with ironies of the first order. Consider that for years now the unemployment rate in the US has been hovering around 8% (officially). How do you square that with the “need” for extra “labor” from the open border?

    Also, as you allude to the Muslims streaming across the border, how do you square that with any seriousness on the part of our “dear leaders” with the “war on terror”?

    Nothing about the border makes any sense…unless you bring a paradigm shift in thinking to the issues. Qui bono?

  • Geo1metric

    Depends on which “family” you value.