November 10, 2014

Barbarism Alert - Forty-Three Students murdered in Mexico

Forty-three male college students died sometime after September 27, 2014, near the City of Iguala, in Guerrero State, Mexico.

The average age of the men killed is 20.

Iguala is a city of more than 110,000 in Guerrero State in southwestern Mexico. Guerrero has Mexico's highest murder rate.

The students had been attending street protests in connection with unpopular education reforms. They were taken into custody by Police and were apparently then handed over to drug gangs to deal with. 

43 men killed by barbarians
It is alleged that the drug gangs transported the men in a dump truck to an undisclosed location. Fifteen of the men suffocated during the transportation process. Those remaining alive were then shot and their bodies burned in a landfill. Some of them were burned alive.

It is alleged that the Mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, and his wife, Maria de Los Angeles Pineda, masterminded this crime against humanity.

The wife was running for the position of Mayor to replace her husband and had
Maria de Los Angeles Pineda; Jose Luis Abarca
organized an event to promote her election campaign. She was busing in 3,000 supporters. The event was to include speeches and a dance in a public plaza.

The Mayor and his wife did not want this event to be disrupted by the protesting students and therefore ordered the Police to apprehend the students, which ultimately led to their deaths. Local criminals in Iguala describe Mrs. Pineda as a key operator in the criminal activities in the area. It is alleged that some of her brothers are members of the drug cartels.

A number of men involved in the drug trade have confessed to the murders. Police officers in Iguala and the nearby town of Cocula have also been arrested.

Jose Luis Abarca and Maria de Los Angeles Pineda were arrested on November 4, 2014, in connection with the murders. They were found hiding out in an abandoned
Jesus, pray for the 43
murdered students and
for those who have lost them.

Protests have been erupting all over Mexico since the students went missing. The city hall of Iguala was burned down. The Mexican people want immediate reforms to the justice system and an end put to the collusion between elected officials, the police and the drug cartels.

The lust for money and power has existed since mankind first crawled out of the caves. But what does it profit a man who gains the whole world and loses his own soul?

The family members of the murdered students have suffered an unspeakable loss. These men will be forever mourned. Oceans of tears will be shed for them.

Pray for justice for the victims of this barbaric crime.

Pray for all who die at age 20. They barely had a chance to live.

God save us from the Lost Ones who bring death to strangers.

Pray that these 43 murder victims are in heaven. Pray that they are at peace and are with God. Amen.

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