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(Daily Mail)   I don't always kill seven men. But, when I do I leave them in the city centre with chilling messages pinned to their chests with ice picks   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 129
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2013-03-25 01:08:51 AM
This is why we should end the war on drugs. The drugs have won.
 
2013-03-25 01:52:56 AM
On the one hand this is a terrible tragedy. On the other hand, I must admire how unbelievably f*cking badass the cartels are managing to look.
 
2013-03-25 02:16:54 AM

Sid_6.7: On the one hand this is a terrible tragedy. On the other hand, I must admire how unbelievably f*cking badass the cartels are managing to look.


I don't think plastic lawn furniture is bad ass. Effective yes, but it's not got that "I'm Al Capone and I did this in a tuxedo." flair to it.
 
2013-03-25 03:22:06 AM

Sid_6.7: On the one hand this is a terrible tragedy. On the other hand, I must admire how unbelievably f*cking badass the cartels are managing to look.


Does your definition of "badass" = rabid voles with firearms?
 
2013-03-25 04:29:31 AM
Sounds like someone's fed up with the gangs.
 
2013-03-25 04:32:19 AM
Wow, being shot in the head really makes a pixelation of things...
 
2013-03-25 04:40:07 AM

pieterh: Wow, being shot in the head really makes a pixelation of things...


It's like asians having an organic forcefield that pixellates their nether regions.
 
2013-03-25 04:42:53 AM
I knew it was Mexico before open the article.

Kind of sad, really.
 
2013-03-25 04:44:30 AM
Weird I usually leave them in Reno and just watch them die.
 
2013-03-25 04:45:13 AM

padraig: I knew it was Mexico before open the article.

Kind of sadobvious from the joke in the headline, really.

 
2013-03-25 04:45:32 AM
Were the seven men common criminals? Where they affiliated with a cartel? Were the murders committed by vigilantes? By the cartels? What does the shooting of seven people in Guerrero have to do with these seven murders?

Lazy article is lazy.
 
2013-03-25 04:45:56 AM

Smoking GNU: pieterh: Wow, being shot in the head really makes a pixelation of things...

It's like asians having an organic forcefield that pixellates their nether regions.


I watched one of those "Asian guy sodomizing a cartel corpse" videos once, thinking I was playing Tetris.
 
2013-03-25 04:53:19 AM

gunther_bumpass: Smoking GNU: pieterh: Wow, being shot in the head really makes a pixelation of things...

It's like asians having an organic forcefield that pixellates their nether regions.

I watched one of those "Asian guy sodomizing a cartel corpse" videos once, thinking I was playing Tetris.


DAMMIT! Never an L piece when you damn well need one!
 
2013-03-25 05:01:44 AM

gunther_bumpass: Smoking GNU: pieterh: Wow, being shot in the head really makes a pixelation of things...

It's like asians having an organic forcefield that pixellates their nether regions.

I watched one of those "Asian guy sodomizing a cartel corpse" videos once, thinking I was playing Tetris.


We've all made that mistake at one time or another

PandaPorn: Were the seven men common criminals? Where they affiliated with a cartel? Were the murders committed by vigilantes? By the cartels? What does the shooting of seven people in Guerrero have to do with these seven murders?

Lazy article is lazy.


Thats what I'm wondering. It would be pretty cool if they were cartel/criminals and the people were actually fighting back. I have a feeling its people that pissed off a cartel, though.
 
2013-03-25 05:01:45 AM

PandaPorn: Were the seven men common criminals? Where they affiliated with a cartel? Were the murders committed by vigilantes? By the cartels? What does the shooting of seven people in Guerrero have to do with these seven murders?

Lazy article is lazy.


Or sloppy "message" by killer is sloppy.  I THINK it was a vigilante-killing because of the mention of rapists and kidnappers, but then some local gangs are pretty protective of their neighborhood in between using it for drug manufacture and export.
 
2013-03-25 05:04:58 AM
Meanwhile another seven people were killed in neighbouring Guerrero, where armed men opened fire in a bar in Ciudad Altamirano late on Friday. Four civilians and three off-duty federal agents died.
In Guerrero state, authorities said armed men opened fire in a bar in Ciudad Altamirano late on Friday, and four civilians and three off-duty federal agents were killed.


Can you run that by me one more time? I'm not sure I caught what you said.

/Also kind of scary that the Daily Fail put stuff on my clipboard that I didn't specifically copy.
 
2013-03-25 05:11:38 AM

Pete_T_Mann: PandaPorn: Were the seven men common criminals? Where they affiliated with a cartel? Were the murders committed by vigilantes? By the cartels? What does the shooting of seven people in Guerrero have to do with these seven murders?

Lazy article is lazy.

Thats what I'm wondering. It would be pretty cool if they were cartel/criminals and the people were actually fighting back. I have a feeling its people that pissed off a cartel, though.


According to some site that isn't the Daily Fail;
The Michoacán state's Attorney General's office has not provided a motive for the seven killings in Uruapan.

And a quick perusal of google news shows a lot of confused and conflicting reports, so any of this story could change because clearly nobody knows farking anything.
 
2013-03-25 05:15:33 AM
TheBigJerk:
Or sloppy "message" by killer is sloppy.  I THINK it was a vigilante-killing because of the mention of rapists and kidnappers, but then some local gangs are pretty protective of their neighborhood in between using it for drug manufacture and export.

Pete_T_Mann:
Thats what I'm wondering. It would be pretty cool if they were cartel/criminals and the people were actually fighting back. I have a feeling its people that pissed off a cartel, though.

I'd consider it a good thing if it were actual vigilantes, even with all the complications that will undoubtedly arise from having vigilantes. But icepicks and chilling messages, and the posing of corpses on lawn chairs, makes me suspect that the people that were responsible for this were more used to killing/murder as angry citizens would likely be.
 
2013-03-25 05:17:55 AM
 
2013-03-25 05:28:00 AM
Wait, aren't guns illegal or at least very restricted for the average person in Mexico?

Just asking a question.
 
2013-03-25 05:30:01 AM

Sid_6.7: On the one hand this is a terrible tragedy. On the other hand, I must admire how unbelievably f*cking badass the cartels are managing to look.


No. I do not admire the cartels at all and I don't think they're "f*cking badass" either. They are f*cking savages.

And just from the headline I knew this happened in Mexico.

This is only a small part of the tragedy of Mexico. Tens of thousands of others have been killed by drug cartels and not only will I not visit that country anymore, I don't even want to go near the border.

And just to be clear when I say they are f*cking savages I mean the cartels. Most Mexicans are great people and much more fun to hang out with than...say people from Canada.

We need to legalize marijuana now. It won't solve all of Mexico's or the US's problems and it may even create a few, but it would be a very good start.
 
2013-03-25 05:37:33 AM

Bigdogdaddy: Wait, aren't guns illegal or at least very restricted for the average person in Mexico?

Just asking a question.


yeah, but aren't drugs illegal or at very least very restricted for the average person in America?
 
2013-03-25 05:40:21 AM
Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.
 
2013-03-25 05:49:17 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.


No oil.
 
2013-03-25 05:50:23 AM

Bigdogdaddy: Wait, aren't guns illegal or at least very restricted for the average person in Mexico?

Just asking a question.


Yes, they are very restricted. There's only one place you can legally buy guns in Mexico and I don't even know what kind of hoops you have to jump through to be allowed to do so.

That doesn't seem to be a big problem for the drug cartels though.

I've seen a few stories about Americas imprisoned in Mexico for having a gun. One of those was someone who went the wrong way and ended up headed to Mexico even though he didn't intend to go there. He told them he had a gun and just made a wrong turn, but they put him in prison anyway.

I can understand that. I once went the wrong way and drove into Mexico because I got confused. In fact, I had just come from Mexico and my car was parked in a lot near the border on the US side and I meant to drive north instead of south. Mistakes happen sometimes. Fortunately I didn't have any guns or drugs with me and they let me make a u-turn.

Mexican prisons suck so I hear. Put the cartels in carcels or just kill them.
 
2013-03-25 05:53:19 AM

Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.




Only Canada sells more oil to the USA then Mexico
 
2013-03-25 06:02:25 AM

Happy Hours: Yes, they are very restricted. There's only one place you can legally buy guns in Mexico and I don't even know what kind of hoops you have to jump through to be allowed to do so.


But wait Happy Hours, doesn't strict gun control magically end all violence with guns in that society?
 
2013-03-25 06:05:36 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.

Only Canada sells more oil to the USA then Mexico


Precisely. They already got the oil from mexico. No need to go in and take it (and then have it being sold on the market without them getting a drop of it).
 
2013-03-25 06:06:04 AM

Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.


Mexico has plenty of oil. Get a clue.

I also hear Mexico is full of brown people.

So if you believe the Iraq war was all about oil ad killing brown people you should be very surprised that we're not at war with them.

Get a clue.
 
2013-03-25 06:09:11 AM

Smoking GNU: gunther_bumpass: Smoking GNU: pieterh: Wow, being shot in the head really makes a pixelation of things...

It's like asians having an organic forcefield that pixellates their nether regions.

I watched one of those "Asian guy sodomizing a cartel corpse" videos once, thinking I was playing Tetris.

DAMMIT! Never an L piece when you damn well need one!


I see what you did there.
 
2013-03-25 06:10:31 AM
This is why we must outlaw white plastic lawn chairs.
 
2013-03-25 06:11:23 AM

Happy Hours: Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.

Mexico has plenty of oil. Get a clue.

I also hear Mexico is full of brown people.

So if you believe the Iraq war was all about oil ad killing brown people you should be very surprised that we're not at war with them.

Get a clue.


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2013-03-25 06:14:04 AM

doglover: Happy Hours: Yes, they are very restricted. There's only one place you can legally buy guns in Mexico and I don't even know what kind of hoops you have to jump through to be allowed to do so.

But wait Happy Hours, doesn't strict gun control magically end all violence with guns in that society?


No, but it certaintly makes it better.
 
2013-03-25 06:17:25 AM
Only seven?


www.scifinow.co.uk

/not impressed
 
2013-03-25 06:18:33 AM
DNRTFA

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2013-03-25 06:19:43 AM
Pepsi plants. car washers, lawn chairs and ice picks...this story builds.
 
2013-03-25 06:20:52 AM

Hardy-r-r: This is why we must outlaw white plastic lawn chairs.


s23.postimg.org
 
2013-03-25 06:20:53 AM
Some of the bodies had their hands and feet bound, outside a Pepsi bottling plant

More Coke related murders.
 
2013-03-25 06:21:39 AM

spawn73: doglover: Happy Hours: Yes, they are very restricted. There's only one place you can legally buy guns in Mexico and I don't even know what kind of hoops you have to jump through to be allowed to do so.

But wait Happy Hours, doesn't strict gun control magically end all violence with guns in that society?

No, but it certaintly makes it better.


So Mexico > America ?
 
2013-03-25 06:22:12 AM

padraig: I knew it was Mexico before open the article.

Kind of sad, really.


This.
 
2013-03-25 06:26:37 AM

Smoking GNU: Happy Hours: Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.

Mexico has plenty of oil. Get a clue.

I also hear Mexico is full of brown people.

So if you believe the Iraq war was all about oil ad killing brown people you should be very surprised that we're not at war with them.

Get a clue.

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That troll picture is for you, right?

And I fell for it.

Just in case you're not trolling and really believe the Iraq war was all about the oil, consider that Mexico produces more oil than Kuwait. They produce almost as much as Iraq. Their oil reserves are barely less than Iraq. They have more oil than Venezuela or Brazil or Kuwait or the United Arab Emirates. And I also believe that if the US wanted to conquer Mexico it would take about 48 hours.

Don't be so foolish.
 
2013-03-25 06:27:19 AM
Drone strikes and USA's information gathering abilities could end the cartels in les then a year if we were to aid Mexico in this fight.
 
2013-03-25 06:31:19 AM

Happy Hours: Smoking GNU: Happy Hours: Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.

Mexico has plenty of oil. Get a clue.

I also hear Mexico is full of brown people.

So if you believe the Iraq war was all about oil ad killing brown people you should be very surprised that we're not at war with them.

Get a clue.

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 235x214]

That troll picture is for you, right?

And I fell for it.

Just in case you're not trolling and really believe the Iraq war was all about the oil, consider that Mexico produces more oil than Kuwait. They produce almost as much as Iraq. Their oil reserves are barely less than Iraq. They have more oil than Venezuela or Brazil or Kuwait or the United Arab Emirates. And I also believe that if the US wanted to conquer Mexico it would take about 48 hours.

Don't be so foolish.




Shortly after the Mexican war Gen Scott was asked by then president if Mexico was worth annexing. He promptly told the pres that nothing of value exists in Mexico
 
2013-03-25 06:31:20 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Drone strikes and USA's information gathering abilities could end the cartels in les then a year if we were to aid Mexico in this fight.


And legalizing drugs would pretty much destroy or legitimize all of them, too. When was the last time an Anheiser Bush guy was whacked by a guy from Yeungling over beer distribution? But during Prohibition that happened often.
 
2013-03-25 06:33:49 AM

Happy Hours: Smoking GNU: Happy Hours: Smoking GNU: Mid_mo_mad_man: Why isn't the USA intervening in Mexico's problems? I'm betting the the cartels wouldn't care for a few drone strikes.

No oil.

Mexico has plenty of oil. Get a clue.

I also hear Mexico is full of brown people.

So if you believe the Iraq war was all about oil ad killing brown people you should be very surprised that we're not at war with them.

Get a clue.

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 235x214]

That troll picture is for you, right?

And I fell for it.

Just in case you're not trolling and really believe the Iraq war was all about the oil, consider that Mexico produces more oil than Kuwait. They produce almost as much as Iraq. Their oil reserves are barely less than Iraq. They have more oil than Venezuela or Brazil or Kuwait or the United Arab Emirates. And I also believe that if the US wanted to conquer Mexico it would take about 48 hours.

Don't be so foolish.


it really is easy to get people all up in arms with the simple mention of the word "oil" in a conversation where War was mentioned.
 
2013-03-25 06:45:18 AM
The youngest was 15? That's pretty messed up.
 
2013-03-25 06:51:33 AM

Bigdogdaddy: Wait, aren't guns illegal or at least very restricted for the average person in Mexico?

Just asking a question.


A highly fluid border with a country where guns are effectively deregulated renders that moot.

Just providing an answer.
 
2013-03-25 06:54:54 AM

doglover: Happy Hours: Yes, they are very restricted. There's only one place you can legally buy guns in Mexico and I don't even know what kind of hoops you have to jump through to be allowed to do so.

But wait Happy Hours, doesn't strict gun control magically end all violence with guns in that society?


You do know that over simplifying a complex issue day in and day out only serves to make the pro gun side look like it's full of morons don't you?
 
2013-03-25 06:57:33 AM
These are spectacular and horrifying events, like our mass shootings by disaffected loonies. Mexico is a big country, and the overall homicide and crime rate there is not actually all that high - statistically, life there is pretty safe. But, I'll shut up now - I'm not a party-pooper, and don't want to spoil everyone's hysteria and cultural bigotry.
 
2013-03-25 06:57:41 AM

FarkinNortherner: Bigdogdaddy: Wait, aren't guns illegal or at least very restricted for the average person in Mexico?

A highly fluid border with a country where guns are effectively deregulated renders that moot.


Except that gangs in Hong Kong seem to get guns pretty easily. Course, they don't need them as much seeing as they can pretty much reliably terrorize anyone they want by virtue of having several young guys with muscles and knives. No guns for the common man, so might makes right.

I wonder if these seven were actually thieves, rapists, extortionists.
 
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