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State Of México: 51 Executed In the First Month of the Year

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January 24, 2014

January 24, 2014— At only 24 days of starting the new year, in the state of Mexico there has been at least 51 murders, mainly occurring in the metropolitan area of Mexico City.  The fires that occurred on Sunday in the municipality of Tecámac, apparently, were not related to the “cockroach effect” of Michoacán.
According to a count from Revolución 3.0 based on newspaper articles, the violence of this entity, governed by Eruviel Ávila and in the past, Enrique Peña Nieto, has its own war which this month, would only be the tip of the iceberg.
Almost all of the murders that they’ve recovered have had ominous marks as other entities have recorded before.
This trend, moreover, seems to confirm the findings made a few weeks ago by the Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice AC (Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública y Justicia Penal A.C.), which warned that it was possible that some municipalities of the State of Mexico are in an imminent danger of being a “failed state”.
“Municipalities of the State of Mexico, and its suburbs, which have had an increasingly widespread rate of extortions by organized crime and homicides on the rise: Neza, Los Reyes La Paz, Chalco and Valle de Chalco, among others”, read the document “Municipalities of Mexico under the condition of a “failed state”.
Here is the list of murders within the said precinct in recent days:
January 1— 2 men in Tlalnepantla (executed)
January 3— 1 male and female in Chalco (executed)
January 5— 1 male in Chalco (executed and burned)
January 5 — 4 ​​men in Chalco (executed)
January 6— 1 male in Chalco (tortured and executed)
January 6— 1 male in Nezahualcóyotl( tortured , executed and left on the street )
January 6— 1 male in Toluca (confrontation with Army and Navy, allegedly belonged to La Familia Michoacana)
January 9 — 1 male in Nezahualcóyotl (murdered inside his vehicle)
January 9 — 2 men in Chalco (shot)
January 9 — 2 men Acolman (tortured and executed)
January 9 — 2 men in Cuautitlán Izcalli (executed and abandoned on the street)
January 9 — 1 male in Tultitlán (executed and left with a message from the Sinaloa Cartel)
January 9 — 1 police officer in Naucalpan (assault and crossfire)
January 10 — 1 male in Nezahualcóyotl (executed, wrapped and left with a message)
January 10 — 5 men in Cuautitlán (4 executed and 1 man found dead)
January 10 — 3 men in Coacalco (killed inside a vehicle)
January 10 — 1 male in Nezahualcoyotl (executed)
January 10 — 1 male in Nicolás Guerrero (throat slit inside a vehicle)
January 13— 1 female Nezahualcóyotl in (executed and thrown in a dumpster)
January 13— 1 male in Nezahualcóyotl (executed, leader of a carrier)
January 13 — 1 male in Nezahualcóyotl (executed and tied with wire)
January 13— 1 male in Nezahualcóyotl (murdered inside a taxi)
January 13— 1 male in Chalco (executed and tied by the hands and feet)
January 14— 1 male in Chimalhuacán (executed on his scooter)
January 14— 1 male in Los Reyes La Paz (beaten and stabbed to death)
January 16— 1 male in Atizapán (persecuted and executed)
January 18— 1 male in San Juan Ixhuatepec (executed)
January 18— 1 female in San Miguel Xalostoc (shot at her business)
January 18— 1 female Nezahualcóyotl man (executed)
January 18— 1 male in Zumpango (killed in a shootout with police)
January 19— 1 male in Naucalpan (burned to death)
January 20— 2 women in Cuautitlan Izcalli (stabbed to death)
January 20— 1 female in Ecatepec (found dead floating in a sewage canal)
January 21— 3 men in Texcoco (burned to death)
January 22— 1 female in Chalco (tortured and beheaded)

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