Thursday, September 22, 2011

'New Generation' challenges Zetas in Veracruz

At the opening of a convention of prosecutors, vans pulled up in a crowded city street and masked men dumped the nude, tortured bodies of 35 men, women and kids.

Their number included twelve women and two minors.

It's believed to be the work of the “New Generation,” a challenger to the well-established Zetas enforcement wing of the Gulf Cartel of smugglers.

At least one top U.S. law enforcemnt official, who remained nameless for security reasons, speculated that the new band of thugs serve “El Chapo” Guzman, a strong man of the Sinaloa Cartel from across the nation in the Pacific coast state of that name.

Mr. Guzman is believed to be the world's wealthiest drug trafficker.

It is agreed that the banner found near the dump site identifies the Zetas as the target of the terrorist display. That group was originally formed by Mexican deserters of the Special Forces trained in American special ops schools and equipped by U.S. Army contracts.

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