Crime does not let go in Mexico, 25 killed in eight states
The fight between drug cartels is unstoppable: yesterday the balance was 23 people killed in eight states, only in Chihuahua in two cases there were 8 violent deaths, 5 in the state of Guerrero, 4 in Jalisco, 3 in Nuevo Leon and the rest in Veracruz, Tamaulipas, Mexico City and Edomex.
The day began in the morning in Chihuahua, after the Sierra Vista subdivision, located five people without life inside a home and according to authorities, among the victims were two minors, one of 15 years and another of 8, for what they presume that the multi homicide perished a family.
In the same entity, but in the ranch of the Manuel Benavides municipality, the bodies were found in a state of decomposition of a woman and two men were located.
While in the state of Guerrero, state authorities reported the death of five people in different events, all cited, they were shot dead.
In Nuevo Leon, where Carlos César Gómez López took office yesterday, as commander of the zone in substitution of General Jorge Andrade Ramírez, he said that a thousand soldiers will watch the state, there were three murdered in different events.
In the municipality of Montemorelos they found a man dead in a taxi that disappeared on Sunday in Linares and in the afternoon, in Monterrey, in the Colony Steel, armed men came to a business selling tires and shot, in the attack were shot dead two men.
In Veracruz, two alleged members of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) were killed this afternoon in a confrontation with federal and state security elements in the municipality of Fortín.
The events occurred from a complaint about a plagiarized person and when soldiers came to the site, they were attacked by armed civilians and two aggressors were killed in the fray.
In Jalisco, there were four murders simultaneously, one in Guadalajara and the other in Tlaquepaque in the morning and afternoon, in different events, two in Zapopan.
Finally, in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, in a breach of the ejido El Guerrero, in the yards of a transport company, they left the body of a man, while the State of Mexico and in Mexico City respectively, two men died after be attacked with bullets.
This Wednesday was released the National Public Security Survey, which reveals which cities have the greatest sense of insecurity.
In the sampling that was collected last month and in which citizens consider which entities are most insecure, in the results appear Reynosa, Chilpancingo de los Bravo, Puebla de Zaragoza, Coatzacoalcos, Ecatepec de Morelos and Villahermosa, Tabasco.
The survey also revealed that 73.7% of the population aged 18 and over considers that living in their city is unsafe.