The coordinator of the Deputy Attorney General for Special Investigations, Miguel Ángel Guerrero Castro, denied that the human heads placed outside the facilities of the State Attorney General's Office (PGJE) - in the vicinity of the Tijuana central bus station - on the night of Thursday, June 8, are a threat to the Ministerial Police.
Instead, he said that, through a narcomanta placed next to the heads, the Cartel Tijuana Nueva Generación (CTNG) and the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) threatened an opposing criminal group: the Sinaloa Cartel. One was a man's head and the other a woman's head.
The official explained that two torsos were found yesterday in Corridor 2000, one of male gender and one of female gender, so the PGJE believes that there is connection between the bodies, which will be resolved when the relevant studies are done.
So far this year, 646 people have been killed, according to Guerrero Castro. With hardly 9 days having passed since June, there are already 33 executions according to official figures; 3.6 per day this month.