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Bodies of Four Men and Three Women Found on One of the Busiest Beaches in Veracruz

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December 21, 2013

XALAPA, Locals from the town of Alvarado, Veracruz reported finding seven half-buried bodies in a vacant area entering Playa La Cava. The bodies showed signs of torture and various gunshot wounds.

Elements of the Secretary of the Mexican Navy, the Federal and State and officers of the Attorney General of the State (PGJE) moved immediately to the site where they were found the bodies of four men and three women.

The discovery occurred last Thursday the 19th, but until now wasn’t revealed. Police beat reporters who arrived at the scene said they received phone calls from Javier Duarte, government spokesman to not broadcast the news.

The bodies were taken to the city medical examiner to determine the cause of death and identification. The perpetrators left no message with the bodies.  The only thing that is known is that the victims had bruises on different parts of the body and marks from the gun.

The area where the bodies were found is one of the main entrances to the beaches of Alvarado. Playa La Cava is one of the busiest entry point for tourists coming from all over the country. A mile away is the Anton Lizardon Naval Academy

The PGJE said it has opened the ministerial case  429/2013. The statement came a day after the discovery the bodies.

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