Truck abandoned with 8 dismembered bodies in Jalisco

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Itzli
Did you happen to read the "5 Bodies left on Celaya-Querétaro Highway; 12 killed in 24 hours in Celaya area" thread?  Definitely seemed like CJNG was trying to heat up the area and "El Marro" countered.  A weird bit of news in the days thereafter, it was reported that $1.7 million dollars was seized from three vehicles on the Celaya-Querétaro Highway but I never could find it reported how or why they stopped the vehicles in the first place.
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elgordo
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Not really humburgesas was known as a dick and personally I don't like panchito everyone sees him high after that corrido but people fail to remember he was a zeta and at the time he was at the head in jalpa n juchipila for the zeta and scumbags were kidnapping for money and it was the zetas fucking it. They kidnapped my dad while panchito was a zeta. Just the corrido makes him out to be a savior if it wasn't for the carteles unidos n began cleaning he would of still been a zeta just they flipped to save there own skin
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The municipal police force in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, has been disarmed and temporarily disbanded due to the suspected collusion of some of its officers with organized crime.

Federal Police, the army, the federal Attorney General’s office (PGR) and the Jalisco state police jointly carried out an operation at 7:00am yesterday at the municipality’s main police station, located in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.

Personnel from the state Attorney General’s office said the operation was connected to the discovery last week of eight bodies in an abandoned pickup truck in the Guadalajara neighborhood of Morelos.

The newspaper El Universal reported today that a list of names of municipal police officers who are allegedly on the payroll of a drug cartel was found among the possessions of one of the bodies. State authorities have neither confirmed nor denied the claim.

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/authorities-disband-police-in-tlaquepaque/
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