Child tortured and killed in Torreon...747s land TORREON- SOLDIERS JOIN FED POLICE PARADE THE FORCES THRU STREETS

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Child tortured and killed in Torreon...747s land TORREON- SOLDIERS JOIN FED POLICE PARADE THE FORCES THRU STREETS

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CHILD TORTURED AND MURDERED IN TORREON:

On Monday night, authorities discovered the body of a girl apx 12 years of age, who had been dumped in the street Valdez Carrillo, in the Colonia Ana, in the city of Torreón, Coahuila. Reports indicate that the child had been executed, she had two shots in the head, her body was in a plastic bag. Authorities indicated that at the time of the discovery the child had not been  identified but was wearing a school uniform of Leandro Valle Elementary School.

Before being executed the child was brutally tortured, her wrist still bearing bruises from being bound and her feet were tied together.  She was shot in the nose also in the neck.  Witnesses reproted seeing a group of unknown persons throw the plastic bag containing the body from a vehicle.


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5/5/11....250 soldiers arrived on two Boeing 727 at the military base number 3 Torreon Coahuila Mexico.  There they joined a large contingent of the Mexican Army. in Bam3.  The aircraft landed at apx 1:30PM today.  From early morning, rumors abound that elements of the military and Federal police were in the BAM3.  Citizens were uncertain if the rumors were factual,  but remained hopeful as they awaited further confirmation that help was indeed on the ground in Torreon.  After the arrival of the military, all forces began its tour through the area using all the main roads of Comarcal, Lagunera to give no doubt of their presence.  On social networks, citizens were celebratory in their comments and speaking of the little children cheering on the soldiers and federal police.  Federal police arrived quietly at 5AM then waited for the other elements of the military to arrive, before confirming their presence by joining forces and parading through the highways.
source;  El Siglo de Torreón

From AP:

In a response to stepped-up cartel violence in northern Mexico, the government sent additional forces to the Comarca Lagunera region that straddles Coahuila and Durango states, to the west of Monterrey, the Interior Department said.

The announcement came three days after Interior Secretary Francisco Blake met with the governors of the two states. He discussed the possibility of sending federal forces to the region but also urged the governors to step up efforts to root out corruption in state and municipal police forces.

 


The troops and federal police are being deployed because of "weak local governments and a rise in crime including kidnapping, extortion and homicide," the statement said.

Amid relentless cartel violence, President Felipe Calderon's government has increasingly criticized state governments for failing to clean up own police forces. State government officials routinely insist organized crime is a federal offense and say state and municipal police forces are ill-equipped to confront the cartels' heavily armed gunmen.

The statement did not say how many soldiers and police are being deployed, but an Interior Department official said it will be hundreds. The official insisted on speaking anonymously because he revealed the information before the official announcement was made.

Local businessmen demanded stepped up security in the region after a prominent rancher with ties to the Lala dairy company was killed.

The region is a stronghold of the Sinaloa cartel, which is fighting the Zetas cartel there.




fotos from today
source is El Siglo de Torreón

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THIS WAS SENT OUT EARLY IN THE DAY:

CALDERON SENDING TROOPS TO DURANGO AND COAHUILA....
MEXICO CITY – Mexico's government is sending hundreds of soldiers and federal police to a northern region where drug cartel violence has been on the rise.

The Interior Department says the forces are going to the Comarca Lagunera area straddling Coahuila and Durango

The statement issued Friday does not say how many soldiers and police will be deployed, but an Interior Department official says there will be hundreds. The official insisted on anonymity because he spoke before the official announcement was made.

Interior Secretary Francisco Blake discussed security with the governors of both states earlier this week, urging them to root out corruption in state and municipal police forces






 
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