Categories
Headline USA

Sister of Christchurch mosque massacre victim is subjected to a racist rant

The sister of a Christchurch mosque massacre victim has posted video of a confrontation in a department store with another female shopper who asked if she was ‘born and bred’ New Zealander after hearing her speak in Arabic.

Aya Al-Umari, whose brother Hussain Al-Umari was killed in the city’s mass shooting at a city mosque, shared two videos on Twitter of the incident at a Farmers store in Rangiora, north of Christchurch, on Monday.

Ms Al-Umari, who has lived in New Zealand for 23 years, said she was discussing a shade of lipstick with her mother in Arabic when she noticed another female shopper ‘giving her looks’. 

‘As we are in a pandemic, mum does the sensible thing and tries the lipstick on her sanitised hand, then from her hands applies it to her lips,’ she wrote.

Aya Al-Umari, the sister of Christchurch massacre victim Hussain Al-Umari (pictured together) has shared videos of her and her mother being racially attacked by a woman at at Rangiora Farmers on Monday

‘This was Karen’s moment. She says to her husband – with the intention of us hearing it – “she shouldn’t be doing that”.’

Ms Al-Umari said she asked theo woman if she had something she wanted to say to them directly, but the woman ignored her and said to her husband, ‘It’s okay, it won’t be long before they leave our country’. 

‘I had about 30 seconds to analyse whether I shrug it off or call it out. I chose the latter. We asked her what her problem was and that’s when she asked me if I was born and bred New Zealander,’ Ms Al-Umari wrote.

Ms Al-Umari then pulled out her phone to start filming the interaction.

‘Are you born and bred?’ the woman says.

‘Does it matter if I’m a New Zealander?’ Ms Al-Umari questions.

The husband then becomes irate and asks why she is filming.

‘To document,’ Ms Al-Umari replies.

The woman (pictured) heard Ms Al-Umari and her mother discussing a lipstick in Arabic then began questioning them over whether they were 'born and bred in New Zealand'

The 'Karen's' husband (pictured) demands the camera be turned off before threatening to sue  the woman if the footage goes public

The woman (pictured) heard Ms Al-Umari and her mother discussing a lipstick in Arabic then began questioning them over whether they were ‘born and bred in New Zealand’. Her husband (right) also got involved

‘You’re actually hindering my privacy,’ the woman says, as her husband requests the camera be turned off.

‘You should stop talking,’  the mother and daughter say.

‘I was just asking if you were born here,’ the woman replies.

‘Stop talking. You are white supremacy,’ the Al-Umaris respond, prompting the woman to say ‘oh here we go’ before walking off laughing.

The husband tells the women he does not give them permission to film and will sue them if the footage goes public, to which the mother and daughter respond by telling him to ‘keep walking’.

A staff member then approached the man and asked him to leave the store.

Ms Al-Umari, who has lived in NZ for 23 years, said she was discussing a shade of lipstick with her mother in Arabic when she noticed an older lady 'giving her looks'

Ms Al-Umari, who has lived in NZ for 23 years, said she was discussing a shade of lipstick with her mother in Arabic when she noticed an older lady ‘giving her looks’

Ms Al-Umari asked her if she would wished to say something to them directly, but the woman ignored her then said to her husband, 'It's okay, it won't be long before they leave our country'

Ms Al-Umari asked her if she would wished to say something to them directly, but the woman ignored her then said to her husband, ‘It’s okay, it won’t be long before they leave our country’

A second video showed the female shopper filming the mother and daughter as they were leaving the store and saying ‘going home overseas would be a good idea’.

Ms Al-Umari’s mother approached the woman to ask what she said, to which the woman responds ‘I said going home would be a good idea’.

She then walked past them again and leaned in to say ‘I’m very proud of New Zealand. I’m born and bred here’.

What is a ‘Karen’?

A ‘Karen’ is a newly-emerged term for a self-righteous woman, usually middle-aged, who tells people how to do their jobs, asserts their rights and complains to the manager.  

The origins of the term are unclear, however it quickly became popular in meme culture on internet forums such as Reddit to describe problematic women.

A Karen meme is often combined with the quote: ‘Can I speak to the manager?’ 

It is also associated with anti-vaccination activists who favour unproven essential oils to medical science. 

The ‘Karen’ was also associated with a side-swept bob haircut that is long at the front and short at the back.   

The women reply ‘ok Karen’ as the woman walked away.  

Some of the commenters on the posts, which had racked up more than 40,000 views, were appalled by the behaviour. 

‘This is such an abhorrent act. Racist rant so blatant so outrageous. Kudos to the the Farmers employee, who was quick to take the right action. Good job Aya, stay strong. May will get inspired from your courage to defend your freedom,’ one man said.

‘Great response Aya. We have to call these things out every time they happen to effect change. Can’t imagine what goes on in their tiny brains to think speaking to anyone like this is ok,’ another added.

Hussain Al-Umari was one of 51 victims of the March 2019 Christchurch mosque massacres. 

Gunman Brenton Tarrant entered the Al Noor Mosque as Friday prayers were beginning and opened fire before driving to Linwood Mosque on the other side of the city where he continued shooting.

Tarrant, a white supremacist originally from Australia, was arrested a short time later.

He pleaded guilty to all charges and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole on August 27 this year. 

Categories
Headline USA New York

Christmas Massacre: Five Family Members Killed in Arkansas | The State

At least five people, believed to be relatives, were found dead in an Arkansas home in what appeared to be a massacre on Christmas Day. authorities said.

Deputies responded to a home in Atkins for a possible homicide call yesterday, shortly after 5 p.m., according to the Pope County Sheriff’s Office.

“Tragedy has struck Pope County on this Christmas Day,” said a spokesman for the sheriff’s office at a press conference last night.

“Upon arrival, we noted that there were potentially five victims inside this residence. We believe that they are all members of the family ”. No other information about how they died was released, as the investigation continues, it reported. New York Post.

Atkins, small rural town of about 3,000 inhabitants, It is located in central Arkansas, about 70 miles northwest of Little Rock.

.

Categories
Headline USA

Mexican cops arrest alleged cartel member for Mormon massacre


Mexican authorities have captured a man wanted for his purported connection to the massacre of three Mormon mothers and their six children last year.

The Attorney General’s Office announced that José Lara was arrested by security forces in Ciudad Juárez on Wednesday, on the one-year anniversary of the bloody incident.

Lara is accused of being ‘a member of a criminal organization with a presence in the north of the country, and is a likely participant in the events’ that sent shock waves through the tight-knit Mormon community.

Members of La Línea, an armed gang linked to the Juárez Cartel ambushed a fleet of three SUV on a remote mountainous road in Bavispe, Sonora, the morning of November 4, 2019.

José Lara was arrested by security forces in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, on Wednesday, on the one-year anniversary of the November 4, 2019, massacre of nine Mormon mothers and children with U.S.-Mexican dual citizenship

Pictured: The three mothers and six young children who were savagely murdered by Mexican drug cartel gunmen on November 4, 2019

Pictured: The three mothers and six young children who were savagely murdered by Mexican drug cartel gunmen on November 4, 2019

Attackers murdered Christina Marie Langford Johnson after she stepped out of her vehicle to confront the shooters, while her seven-month-old daughter Faith Langford survived. 

Dawna Ray Langford was driving her SUV with her nine children and was shot and killed after she was intercepted near Langford Johnson’s vehicle. 

Langford’s two sons, Trevor, 11, and Rogan, 3, were assassinated, while the other seven children escaped, including five who were wounded.

Approximately 10 miles down the road, an SUV driven by Rhonita Miller was shot up, killing the 30-year-old mother and her four children – eight-month-old twins Tiana Miller and Titus Miller, Howard Jr. Miller, 12, and Krystal Miller, 10. 

The vehicle was then torched with the family inside. 

Members of the LeBarón family search through the burned car where five of the nine Mormon mothers and children were killed and burned during an ambush launched by a cartel gang in Bavispe, Sonora, on November 4, 2019

Members of the LeBarón family search through the burned car where five of the nine Mormon mothers and children were killed and burned during an ambush launched by a cartel gang in Bavispe, Sonora, on November 4, 2019

Rhonita Miller (back, left) is one of the three mothers and six children who were ambushed and murdered November 4, 2019, in Bavispe, Mexico, by members of La Línea, the enforcement unit of the Juárez Cartel. Pictured with Miller are eight-month old twins Titus (held by Rhonita) and Tiana Miller (held by her husband Howard); Howard Jr. and Krystal (standing in front of Rhonita), all whom died in the attack. Pictured in the front from left to right are Zack, Amaryllis Miller, and Miller, who were not present the day of the attack

Rhonita Miller (back, left) is one of the three mothers and six children who were ambushed and murdered November 4, 2019, in Bavispe, Mexico, by members of La Línea, the enforcement unit of the Juárez Cartel. Pictured with Miller are eight-month old twins Titus (held by Rhonita) and Tiana Miller (held by her husband Howard); Howard Jr. and Krystal (standing in front of Rhonita), all whom died in the attack. Pictured in the front from left to right are Zack, Amaryllis Miller, and Miller, who were not present the day of the attack

Lara, who is charged with homicide, attempted homicide and for his involvement with organized crime for the purpose of committing crimes against health, is the 13th person arrested by Mexican authorities since the attack. 

Jesús Parra was arrested in June and is the only one of 13 suspects who have been arrested who has been indicted

Jesús Parra was arrested in June and is the only one of 13 suspects who have been arrested who has been indicted 

Jesús Parra was apprehended in June and in indicted on a homicide charge in September. The other 11 suspects have been charged with belonging to a criminal organization. Mexican authorities have also issued arrest warrants for 10 individuals, who are wanted on homicide charges.

Adrián LeBarón, whose daughter Rhonita Miller and four grandchildren were among the victims, told DailyMail.com that he woke up Friday with mixed emotions racing through his mind since none of the suspects have been convicted.

While he is thankful for the work investigators have put forth, he did not want to place all of his hopes on Mexico’s court system.

‘I have to have gratitude and be grateful because it is the case that has received the most justice in all of Mexico. So i should be thankful and I am not,’ LeBarón said in a phone interview. 

‘I do not have much to be thankful for, even if it is the case that has made the most progress in the administration of justice. So what does that mean to me? Well, we are well screwed, but at the same time they say that I should be grateful.’

Adrián LeBaron with his granddaughter Krystal Miller, who died in the attack on November 4, 2019, and her sister Amaryllis Millers (resting over his shoulders) who was not present at the scene of the tragic incident

Adrián LeBaron with his granddaughter Krystal Miller, who died in the attack on November 4, 2019, and her sister Amaryllis Millers (resting over his shoulders) who was not present at the scene of the tragic incident



Source link

Categories
Headlines UK

Battle of Tollense Valley 4,250 years ago was a massacre of 1,400 Bronze Age merchants 


Fresh analysis of Europe’s earliest known battle has thrown up the possibility the 1,400 people who died at the site, in Germany’s Tollense Valley, were not warriors engaged in a brutal melee, but ambushed merchants who were ruthlessly slain. 

Human remains at the site in North East Germany, near today’s border with Poland and 80 miles north of Berlin, were first found in 1996. 

Experts have since tried to explain how 1,400 people perished in this one event, when the region was sparsely populated throughout the Bronze Age.

Scroll down for down for video  

It was believed to be the oldest  one of the biggest and most brutal battles fought in the Bronze Age, and now archaeologists believe the battle of the Tollense Valley 3,250 years ago was an ambush and massacre 

Experts believe that the site in what is now modern-day Germany featured around 1,400 people and they were likely traders and merchants

Experts believe that the site in what is now modern-day Germany featured around 1,400 people and they were likely traders and merchants 

Previous theories centred around a great battle for control of a bridge over a river near the Baltic sea.

But Detlef Jantzen, chief archaeologist for the state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, says he site is more likely that of a merciless slaughter. 

He now believes that the victims were made up of diverse vendors passing through the region, at least some of whom were travelling in a large caravan.

He says they were likely set upon by bandits, who robbed and murdered them. 

WOODEN WEAPONS FOUND AT TOLLENSE 

Among the weapons found in Tollense is a wooden club in the shape of a baseball bat and another stick comparable to a mallet.

The ‘baseball bat’ is made of ash wood, which is well known for its strength and elasticity while the mallet is made from sloe.

The findings led archaeologists to conclude the site could be the earliest Bronze Age battle site ever found.

‘There is no doubt that such hammer-like, wooden weapons could cause heavy lesions,’ the researchers said.

‘Wooden clubs are sometimes reported from bogs in northern Germany [and] clubs have been found at Wiesmoor and Berumerfehn.’

The archaeologists continued that wooden clubs of various forms are also reported being used by Native Americans, for example, for hunting and warfare, but the Tollense Valley represents the first prehistoric site in Central Europe where such weapons have been found in association with human bones. 

Research into the remains of the dead reveals some of the people had skeletal deformations only brought about by a lifetime of carrying heavy loads. 

Mr Jantzen believes either merchants or their slaves would have spent a lifetime lugging around their wares, leading to extreme stress on their lower spine and legs.  

‘The picture that is emerging does not necessarily correspond to the picture of a warrior, but rather to the picture of people who spent their lives transporting things,’ Mr Jantzen says, The Times reports. 

‘For this reason we have wondered whether there is another possible explanation for this violent conflict: rather than a warlike battle, an ambush scenario upon a large group.’ 

This theory explains why among the 1,200 human remains buried at the site,  from 145 different people, there are women and children as well as men. 

Had this been a true battle, historians believe it would have been waged between male warriors only. 

Since the 1980s, several pieces of evidence of a battle have been found in river sediment at the site, including daggers, knives and skulls.

In 1996, an amateur archaeologist found a single upper arm bone sticking out of the steep riverbank with a flint arrowhead embedded in one end of the bone.

A systematic exploration of the site began in 2007, after archaeologists unearthed an enormous ‘battlefield’, as well as 140 skeletons and remains of military equipment.

These included wooden clubs, bronze spearheads, and flint and bronze arrowheads.     

The Tollense Valley site in north-eastern Germany was one of the biggest and most brutal battles in Bronze Age Europe

The Tollense Valley site in north-eastern Germany was one of the biggest and most brutal battles in Bronze Age Europe

Among the weapons found in Tollense is a wooden club in the shape of a baseball bat and another stick comparable to a mallet

Several bronze weapons (pictured) were found at the site, including spear heads

Since the 1980s, several pieces of evidence of a battle have been found in river sediment at the site, including daggers, knives and skulls. A systematic exploration of the site then began in 2007, since which archaeologists have unearthed an enormous battlefield, as well as 140 skeletons and remains of military equipment. Pictured are some of the artefacts found

Experts have long scrambled to explain how 1,400 people perished at this one event when the region was sparsely populated throughout the Bronze Age

Fresh analysis of the bones reveals some of the victims carried heavy loads for most of their life, deforming their legs and lower spine

To understand more about the fighters, the researchers previously conducted a chemical analysis of the skeletons, looking for elements like strontium, which can leave a geographically specific signature in bones

Isotope analysis has previously found the people who died came from all over Europe and were not a local group. 

While unable to pinpoint the exact location of the people who died, the previous research did find that a large swathe of the victims came from Southern Europe. 

This had been attributed to a marauding, cohesive army, but now it is thought to be a diverse group of tradespeople. 

Although Germany at the time was not as sophisticated as its contemporaries in Mesopotamia and Ancient Greece, it did have trade and elements of cultural influx.

Amber from the Baltics was sold as far south as Egypt and metals found in what is now Germany originated from the Middle East. 

‘All the metal here comes from elsewhere,’ Dr Jantzen says. 

‘But it wasn’t just the metal that came here: there were also glass beads from Egypt and Mesopotamia, and even a silk veil from the east Mediterranean. 

‘These are luxury goods we have found here and they have a very long journey behind them.’

The time when the battle took place was also right in the middle of a huge cultural shift in Central Europe, as people arrived from the Mediterranean.

Professor Thomas Terberger, an archaeologist who worked on the project, told Live Science in 2017: ‘It’s not by accident that our battlefield site is dating to this period of time.’



Source link

Categories
Canada

Nova Scotia massacre public inquiry: third commissioner appointed


The public inquiry into the shooting that killed 22 people last April in Nova Scotia can now begin.

Third Commissioner, Dr. Kim Stanton, was announced Thursday, joining Chief Commissioner J. Michael MacDonald and Commissioner Leanne J. Fitch.

This public inquiry announced last July is common, insofar as it is ordered by the federal government and the province.

She will seek to shed light on what happened on April 18 and 19, when during a run of more than a dozen hours Gabriel Wortman shot dead 22 people. The man was killed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in an exchange of gunfire at a gas station.

The role of the RCMP in this whole affair will also be scrutinized.

“The investigation will help determine what happened and make recommendations to help prevent similar events,” the federal and provincial governments said Thursday in a joint statement.

Commissioners are to set up a secretariat in Nova Scotia, hire support staff, budget and develop a work plan.

Their interim report is expected on May 1, 2022 and the final report must be presented on November 1 of the same year.

“The shooting in Nova Scotia shocked us all. We need to make sure that an incident like this does not happen again. All Canadians can be confident that this investigation will be undertaken in a rigorous, independent and compassionate manner. The three commissioners will find the answers we’re looking for, ”Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair said.



Source link

Categories
Headlines UK

2017 Las Vegas massacre death toll rises from 58 to 60


Two women who died in the past year from injuries they suffered during the 2017 Las Vegas massacre have been added to the official death toll – bringing fatalities to 60 – on the shooting’s third anniversary.

Clark County Sherrif Joe Lombardo revealed on Thursday that he officially increased the number of people killed in America’s deadliest mass shooting by two from 58.

Lombardo’s announcement came one day after MGM International and its insurers were ordered to pay $800million in settlements to more than 4,400 relatives and victims of the shooting.   

Kimberly Gervais of Mira Loma, California, and Samanta Arjune of Las Vegas, Nevada, both suffered a ‘delayed death’ after being wounded in the gunfire, per the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Scroll down for video 

Pictured: Samanta Arjune of Las Vegas, Nevada

Kimberly Gervais (left) and Samanta Arjune (right) both died two years after they suffered debilitating gunshot wounds amid the 2017 Las Vegas shooting

Around 22,000 people attended the Route 91 Harvest Festival in 2017, where a gunman killed 60 people at injured more than 850 others

Around 22,000 people attended the Route 91 Harvest Festival in 2017, where a gunman killed 60 people at injured more than 850 others 

Gervais died at Redlands Community Hospital on November 15, 2019, after becoming a quadriplegic when a bullet struck her vertebra. 

A previous report from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department found that Gervais, 57, died of complications of the spinal injury related to the mass shooting. 

Arjune died at a Las Vegas hospital on May 26 after a bullet lodged into her calf, intertwined with nerves in her leg and shattered the bone, a GoFundMe said.

She died of complications related to the injury, which her family said caused Arjune ‘extreme pain’ that ‘would last the rest of her life.’ She was 46. 

‘Three years have passed since I stood before you and the public, and spoke about the worst human loss the community and the United States has ever known at the hands of a single suspect,’ Lobardo said at the annual 1 October Sunrise Remembrance ceremony on Thursday.

‘The thoughts of that tragic night and its aftermath still bring back painful emotions. The shock and the confusion – it does not fade from one’s memory.

‘And for many of the victims’ families, I know 1 October feels like three days ago. Not three years.’

Gervais  (pictured) died at Redlands Community Hospital in November 2019 after becoming a quadriplegic when a bullet struck her vertebra

Gervais  (pictured) died at Redlands Community Hospital in November 2019 after becoming a quadriplegic when a bullet struck her vertebra

Arjune (pictured) died at a Las Vegas, Nevada, hospital on May 26 due to complications from her leg injury

Arjune (pictured) died at a Las Vegas, Nevada, hospital on May 26 due to complications from her leg injury 

The ceremony was held at the Clark County Government Center ampitheater with speakers including Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and Albert Rivera, the father of  21-year-old victim Jordyn Rivera. 

On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock leveraged an assault rifle out of a 32nd floor window in his Mandalay Bay Resort suite and opened fire on some 22,000 Route 91 Harvest music festival attendees. 

More than 850 were injured and dozens killed as Paddock unleashed a rapid-fire attack at people, who dashed and dove for cover at the open-air venue.

The gunman, Stephen Paddock (above), killed himself before police could make an arrest

The gunman, Stephen Paddock (above), killed himself before police could make an arrest

Paddock committed suicide via gunshot and was dead by the time authorities reached his hotel suite. They found 23 guns inside he suite, as well as hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

Yesterday, a court approved millions in payouts from MGM Resorts International and its insurers.  

Clark County District Court Judge Linda Bell, in her brief order, cited ‘near-unanimous participation in the settlement among potential claimants.’

MGM Resorts, owner of the hotel and the concert venue, acknowledged no liability with the settlement. It will pay $49 million, while its insurance companies will pay $751 million. 

‘We are grateful that the decision brings families, victims and the community closer to closure,’ the company said in a statement.  

It noted the anniversary of the October 1, 2017, event, calling it ‘a time of great sadness and reflection.’

Memorial ceremonies were scheduled on Thursday at several venues in Las Vegas, including a reading of the names of the slain beginning at 10:05pm – the time the first shots rang out.

Attorney Robert Eglet, the plaintiffs’ lawyer who spent a year arranging the settlement with clients, legal firms and attorneys in at least 10 states, said amounts to be disbursed will be determined by two retired judges and he’s hopeful that payments will begin going out by the end of the year.

Gunman Stephen Paddock purchased a suite at the Mandalay Bay Resort and later opened fire from his 32nd floor window

Gunman Stephen Paddock purchased a suite at the Mandalay Bay Resort and later opened fire from his 32nd floor window 

‘There’ve been no objections and we expect no appeals,’ Eglet told The Associated Press. 

‘We’ll send out notices of the order. After 30 days the $800million will be deposited.’

The case will be dismissed at that time, he added.

Eglet previously said that everyone involved ‘recognized there are no winners in long, drawn-out litigation with multiple trials where people and the community are reliving the event every time we try a case.’

A line-by-line list of victims, identified by their initials only, runs for more than 170 pages of a 225-page civil complaint filed September 9 seeking compensation and punitive damages from MGM Resorts. 

It accused the casino company of negligence, wrongful death and liability in the 2017 shooting.

Pictured: Las Vegas police stand guard along the streets outside the Route 91 Harvest Country music festival grounds of the Route 91 Harvest on October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Pictured: Las Vegas police stand guard along the streets outside the Route 91 Harvest Country music festival grounds of the Route 91 Harvest on October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Pictured: Las Vegas residents donate blood at United Blood Services in Northwest Las Vegas, NV on October 2, 2017, after a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival near Mandalay Bay

Pictured: Las Vegas residents donate blood at United Blood Services in Northwest Las Vegas, NV on October 2, 2017, after a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival near Mandalay Bay

Millions of dollars could go to the most severely and permanently injured, Eglet said, depending on factors including age, number of dependents, type of injuries, previous and future medical treatment, and ability to work.

A minimum $5,000 would go to each person who filed a claim for unseen injuries and did not seek medical attention or therapy.

Administrators of the account will be retired Nevada Judge Jennifer Togliatti and retired California Judge Louis Meisinger, with help from the Virginia-based claims management legal firm BrownGreer.

Court filings in the case don’t mention the gunman, Stephen Paddock, who killed himself before police closed in.

Las Vegas police and the FBI determined the 64-year-old retired accountant and high-stakes poker player meticulously planned the attack and acted alone. 

They theorized he may have sought notoriety, but said they never determined a clear motive for the attack.



Source link

Categories
Headline USA

They kill table dancers; new massacre left a total of 11 dead | The NY Journal



A balance 11 dead people (including 2 or 4 women), a wounded woman and at least two missing workers, was the result of a bullet attack of subjects related to the drug trafficking inside a nightclub that operated as a table dance in the municipality of Jaral del Progreso in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico.

According to the first investigations, the attack was registered when several heavily armed men on board who arrived in three vans, entered the nightclub The Cabin of the Bull, located at the exit to Cortazar, in the municipality of Jaral del Progress, and began to shoot against those present.

… Read more Chapito sends a message to AMLO and treacherous // VIDEO: Narcos persecute people who cross the US-Mexico border// VIDEO: Police vs narcos in Michoacán// Photos of Chinese Anthrax dead in the morgue

It was detailed that the establishment was operating without the corresponding permits, since this type of establishment should not open due to the situation of the coronavirus pandemic or COVID-19.

After committing the attack, the mens armed fled to the municipality of Cortazar, but previously they supposedly deprived two workers of the place.

Among the fatalities are seven men and four women (although some media report that there were 9 men and 2 women), while another woman was injured so she was transferred to a center doctor nearby where his health status was not reported.

At the scene of the attack, elements of the Mexican Army, guard National and the Forces of Security Public of the State, as well as Criminal Investigation Agents where they carried out the removal of the bodies as well as the evidence that leads to the identification of those responsible.

In that entity, the war between the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) and the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel (CSRL) which is now identified as the Group of M, daily claims victims even though it was thought that after the capture of José Antonio Yepez Ortiz, aka the Tag, violence would end.

You may also like:

Hitmen Hang Entire Family; girl among the victims // VIDEO: CJNG dismembers a woman alive

Narcos threaten doctors for coronavirus // Porn actress reveals the extreme sexual tastes of El Chapo’s children

Actor who played Gohan in Dragon Ball shot to death

VIDEO: They kill a narcocorrido singer with 100 bullets; that’s how his truck was

VIDEO: The last moments of the CJNG’s Catrina, she had a gunshot wound to her neck

.



Source link