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Mass grave with 166 skulls found in Mexico

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The 166 skulls are believed to have been buried at least two years ago, according to Veracruz state prosecutor Jorge Winckler.

Mr Winckler would not reveal the exact location of the grave for security reasons but he did say that investigators had found 32 burial pits and 114 identification cards in the field.

Clothes, personal possessions and other parts of skeletons were also found and forensic investigators are still working at the scene.

The mass grave was found after a witness told prosecutors that "hundreds of bodies" were buried in the area and Mr Winckler would not rule out the possibility of finding more.

https://news.sky.com/story/mass-grave-with-166-skulls-found-in-mexico-11492135

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Piney

Valero Oil Company made Veracruz what it is today.....:(

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The Caspian Hare

Just like that old Warren Zevon song

 

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AnchorSteam

Its the Drug Cartels, and they need to be eliminated. 

What Lebanon was to the 1980s and Somalia was for the 1990s, Mexico is becoming now. Even Columbia was never this bad.

 

The ruling Aristocracy in Mexico need to spend their Oil revenues on something constructive for a change, instead of the trapping of wealth, and get their house in order.  If they would pay their Police and Soldiers enough to raise a family without having to take bribes from the cartels, that would be 90% of the battle right there. 

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