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WORLD BRIEFING / MEXICO

Times Wire Reports

Eleven people were found shot to death around Mexico, some bearing signs of torture and left with threats emblematic of drug violence.

Four of the victims were found in a car in the western city of Apatzingan, along with a message threatening the Zetas, hit men for the Gulf cartel. The message was signed La Familia, a drug gang battling for territory in Michoacan state.

Four bodies were found in the southern Pacific coast state of Guerrero, including two men in the trunk of a car in the resort of Zihuatanejo. The two were blindfolded with their hands tied behind their backs, a police report said.


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