Newsroom manager (Marisol Castaneda) found decapitated alongside a sign
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Woman Decapitated in Mexico
Marisol Macías Castañeda, a newsroom manager for the Primera Hora newspaper in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo, was found decapitated alongside a sign saying she was killed for her postings on a social-networking site. The site, Nuevo Laredo en Vivo, has a section for reporting the location of drug-gang lookouts and sales points, which possibly angered the Zetas cartel. It may be the third case so far this month of drug cartels killing people for what they said on the Internet. http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2011/09/25/marisol-macias-castaneda-woman-journalist-decapitated-by-mexican-drug-cartel.html
Some people are finding it just crazy that drugs has turned Mexico upside down and that they are using the tactics of radical Islamic jihad: cutting people’s heads off. It’s the drug war stupid. I once remarked that we should be thankful that the Mexicans who steal their way here are not Muslim. Hell, it don’t seem to matter if they are terrorists and worse than the Arabs cause they are coming here and moving here. Can you just blame this on the cartels?
- Social Media Mexican Style: Reporter Marisol Macias Castaneda Decapitated (realestateradiousa.com)
- Woman decapitated in Mexico for web posting (telegraph.co.uk)
- Mexican Drug Cartel Decapitates Woman Who Speaks Out Using Social Media (inquisitr.com)
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Posted on September 26, 2011, in Government Trough, Pig Trough and tagged Drug cartel, Los Zetas, mexico, Mexico – United States border, Nuevo Laredo, Primera Hora, Social network service, Tamaulipas. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.