The sure our bodies of 4 folks have been discovered Friday within the burned-out wreckage of a helicopter in Mexico’s Gulf coast Hustaeca area, together with indicators indicating they have been killed by a drug gang, authorities stated.
The killings have been the second act of grisly violence in a month within the area, as soon as in style amongst vacationers.
Prosecutors within the northern state of San Luis Potosi stated the personal helicopter was usually used to move vacationers. They stated the craft didn’t seem to have crashed, however somewhat had apparently been deliberately set afire.
The grim discovery was made within the township of Tamasopo, close to a well-know sequence of waterfalls.
Prosecutors stated they discovered “several sheets of cardboard with criminal messages,” however didn’t reveal their contents. Such hand-lettered messages are steadily left by drug cartels in Mexico to threaten or intimidate their rivals.
In early June, authorities in San Luis Potosi discovered the our bodies of seven males dumped on a highway in a close-by a part of the Huasteca area, within the township of Aquismon.
Photos of the our bodies confirmed intensive bruising on the corpses, suggesting that they had been overwhelmed.
Writing scrawled in markers on the corpses stated, “This is what happened to me for working with the Gulf” — an obvious reference to the Gulf cartel, which operates primarily alongside the US border to the north.
The messages have been signed “Valles Operation O.B.,” apparently a reference to a rival gang.
The Huasteca area has lengthy been in style with Mexican vacationers for its waterfalls and crystalline rivers.