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Borderland Beat: Guerrero: Police ignore calls for help as 50 sicarios terrorize town

9.2.17

Borderland Beat: Guerrero: Police ignore calls for help as 50 sicarios terrorize town: The attack on Chacotla began at about 10:30pm and wound up some five hours later and despite calls to 911, municipal and state police offices and the Army, authorities didn’t turn up until the following day. The town of is located 40 minutes from the state capital of Chilpancingo.

On Wednesday, five of the kidnap victims were found dead.

Upon their arrival in the town the gang blocked the main road before seeking two people in particular: sons of Gabriel Gonz�lez, also known as El Tigre, a 42-year-old man who no longer lives in the community.


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