Who Is Next? The Murder Of A Young American And The Harvesting Of His Body Parts In Mexico

15 06 2017

 By Timothy D. Naegele[1]

The illegal trafficking in human body parts is widespread globally; and Americans and others are being killed for them. No American should feel safe traveling to Mexico, the world’s second deadliest country last year[2].  And no Americans should do business with Mexico until this brutal murder is solved and the killers are brought to justice—and face life in prison, or the gallows.

He was the wonderful son of old friends of mine, and he grew up in Southern California.  He was loved deeply by his parents and so many others.[3] He had been surfing near Rosarito Beach and went to a hotel for the night. Two men were shown on the hotel video with an ice chest; and he was killed and his vital organs were removed for harvesting.

What happened to him could happen to any other American, and will. The Mexican authorities have closed the case, and his murderers have not been brought to justice. Mexico should be boycotted by all Americans and U.S. businesses until the killers and their accomplices are found and dealt with severely.

Anyone who understands the harvesting of human organs realizes that it constitutes a sophisticated enterprise in which time is of the essence. Not a minute can be wasted.  Once he was murdered and his organs were removed, and presumably placed in the ice chest, they had to be transported quickly or they were of no value to anyone.

Also, they had to be surgically removed by one or more persons who were skilled in doing so. Any mistakes would render the human parts worthless on the international organ market for the purpose of transplantation.  It has been noted:

Criminal networks increasingly engage in kidnappings, especially of children and teenagers, who are then taken to locations with medical equipment. There they are murdered and their organs harvested for the illegal organ trade.[4][5]

This heinous crime demands the attention of the Trump Administration and Mexico’s leadership, and action. Like the lovely Kate Steinle’s brutal murder in San Francisco[6], this young American must be remembered and his death must be avenged. Until then, Mexico must be shut down and closed from an American perspective.

Nothing less will suffice.

Murder and the harvesting of human body parts

© 2017, Timothy D. Naegele


[1] Timothy D. Naegele was counsel to the United States Senate’s Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, and chief of staff to Presidential Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal recipient and former U.S. Senator Edward W. Brooke (R-Mass). He and his firm, Timothy D. Naegele & Associates, specialize in Banking and Financial Institutions Law, Internet Law, Litigation and other matters (see www.naegele.com and http://www.naegele.com/documents/TimothyD.NaegeleResume.pdf). He has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), as well as two law degrees from the School of Law (Boalt Hall), University of California, Berkeley, and from Georgetown University. He served as a Captain in the U.S. Army, assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency at the Pentagon, where he received the Joint Service Commendation Medal (see, e.g., https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commendation_Medal#Joint_Service). Mr. Naegele is an Independent politically; and he is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Law, and Who’s Who in Finance and Business. He has written extensively over the years (see, e.g., http://www.naegele.com/whats_new.html#articles), and can be contacted directly at tdnaegele.associates@gmail.com

[2]  See http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/09/americas/mexico-second-deadliest-conflict-2016/ (“Mexico was second deadliest country in 2016”); see also http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/mexico-now-more-deadly-iraq-afghanistan-1620921 (“Cartel drug war made Mexico more deadly than Iraq or Afghanistan in 2016”) and http://www.chron.com/news/local/article/Killings-continue-in-Mexico-s-Baja-California-Sur-11212064.php (“Cabo San Lucas beheadings: Cartel killings traumatize resort town as heads found in cooler”)

[3]  His name is being withheld to protect his parents and their privacy.

[4]  See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_trade#Illegal_organ_trade (“Illegal organ trade”) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_for_body_parts (“Murder for body parts”)

[5]  See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_trade#Prosecuted_cases:

In 2014, an alleged member of the Mexican Knights Templar Cartel was arrested for kidnapping and murdering minors. Children were found wrapped in blankets and stuffed in a refrigerated container inside a van. Various accounts have stated the arrested man is part of a network that kidnaps and kills minors, after which their organs are removed. The Cartel’s other sources of income include drug trafficking, extortion, illegal mining, and, illegal logging.

See also http://www.aljazeera.com/news/americas/2014/03/mexico-cartel-member-held-organ-theft-case-201431821815141191.html (“Mexico cartel member held in organ theft case”) and https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/03/17/cartel-mexico-organ-trafficking/6548691/ (“Police nab cartel member in organ trafficking case”)

[6]  See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Kathryn_Steinle (“Shooting of Kathryn Steinle”) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanctuary_city (“Sanctuary city”)



19 responses

15 06 2017


15 06 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

It is so so sad, Smilin Jack.

I remember him as a sweet, handsome, hard-working kid, who lit up his proud and loving mother’s life, as an “only child” can do.

Tragically, much of Mexico is a lawless cesspool, where the cartels reign and make money in countless ways.

I thought human trafficking and slavery were the depths of depravity, but murder and the harvesting of human organs are inhuman.

And they are global phenomena.

See also
https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2009/12/28/human-trafficking/ (“Human Trafficking”) and https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2012/12/20/abortions-and-autos-kill-more-in-america-than-guns/#comment-10138 (the tragic deaths of 61 million American babies via abortion since our despicable Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling in 1973) and https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2012/02/07/poverty-in-america/#comment-8084 (“Life At The Bottom”)

Wars and wholesale human suffering (e.g., Syria) grab headlines, as they should, while America’s far-Left and its lackeys (e.g., James Comey, Robert Mueller) try to destroy the democratically-elected Trump presidency.

See, e.g., https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2017/05/16/americas-newest-civil-war-2017-and-beyond/#comment-10245 (“LEFTIST HATRED PRODUCES MURDER”)

Helter skelter is afoot globally.

See https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2015/07/01/global-chaos-and-helter-skelter/ (“Global Chaos And Helter Skelter”) and https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2010/01/19/emp-attack-only-30-million-americans-survive/#comment-10008 (“North Korea Prepares EMP Catastrophe For America”); but see https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/what-and-where-is-god/ (“What And Where Is God?”) and https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/what-and-where-is-god/#comment-426 (“For A Lovely Woman Named Cynthia Whose Faith In God Will Help Her”)

17 06 2017
H. Craig Bradley


Timothy, your story is very disturbing. I have been to the Rosarita Beach Hotel a number of times when I was a teenager. At one time, the hotel was deserted and in disrepair. My parents started going there when it again became a operating hotel business, although I remember it had a green colored pool. The water was unfiltered and unclorinated, but we survived. It was cheap.

I wonder if the “body snatchers” were casing the hotel for single guys with no buddies who may have been easy prey. We will never know because I don’t think the Policia are solving very many cold homicide cases in Mexico or Ensenada. There are simply too many unsolved murders and too few honest detectives in Mexico. No doubt the victim’s Calif. drivers license was designated: “Organ Donor”. Its not supposed to happen until you die naturally or in an auto accident.

We should detail some FBI Agents to go down there and look into it. Make it a requirement for any kind of foreign aid or even trade deals or cooperation. Trump needs to step-up if he wants to make America Great Again. Fact is, we are not safe in Mexico anymore. I would not go there today. We do need a Wall to keep illegals and drug traffickers out and Americans safe at home (in).

17 06 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you, Craig, for your comments—with which I agree completely.

I do not know the name of the hotel, and have never been to Rosarito Beach. However, a friend in San Diego, who knows the Mexican beach communities well, says they are not safe today.

Another friend who has had a house for decades farther down the Baja, on the Sea of Cortez, told me two days ago:

Word on the street [is that] three different cartels are vying for control. A . . . neighbor says when the majority of the tourist[s] leave or don’t show up this summer (hot) that’s when the fire works start. She seems to be in the know.

17 06 2017
H. Craig Bradley


Is your Friend’s house on the Sea of Cortez located on the Gulf of California side in or near the town of La Paz? Give me a location or town to zero-in on. Some specifics besides (“Everywhere” is dangerous in Mexico). I know a good friend I grew-up with in the seventies who went to Los Cabos earlier this year and nothing happened to them. Ditto with a neighbor down the street who rented a house near Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula for a whole month last year.

Cancun was built by the Drug Cartels with Drug Money, as was Miami, Florida ( Pablo Escobar). Sure, there was violence in all these cities connected with the Drug Cartels. I suspect the orders are to leave paying tourists in Cancun alone for the most part.

Stay in a crowd and blend-in and watch yourself after dark would be a good precaution just about anywhere these days, at home or abroad. Be the “Grey Man”. The world is not getting any safer as America declines. Trump is not changing any dominant trends that I can detect, as yet. Same endpoint regardless. Glide-path.

17 06 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you again, Craig.

As indicated in my article above (see fn. 3), the young man’s name is being withheld to protect his parents and their privacy. The same thing applies to my friend with the house in Baja.

All of us have been friends for many decades; and we watched the young man grow up and become the “apple of his parents’ eye.” Indeed, I thought about him on Sunday morning, May 7th, and wondered what he was doing these days, so Googled him and learned that he was dead. Thereafter, I was able to fill in many of the details.

Needless to say, I was shocked and stunned, and still am. Aside from all of the adjectives that I have applied to him above, he was a true star in every way. Thus, I have a very personal interest in seeing that justice is realized; and that what happened to him never happens to any other American.

I have a wonderful photo of him that was included with an earlier draft of the article above, but publishing it would invade the parents’ privacy.

Lastly, I have a genuine love for the Mexican people. Having grown up in Southern California where the wonderful Mexican culture is part of our culture—and knowing terrific Mexican-Americans to this day—I cannot praise them more highly; and vast numbers of them are suffering at the hands of the vicious and lawless cartels.

Most Mexican-Americans are very hard workers; they assimilate into the American society quickly, and often the second generation only speaks English; Mexican food has been my favorite for decades, although it is fattening; and each of my grandkids has one grandparent who is of Mexican-American heritage.

See, e.g., https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2010/07/30/illegal-immigration-the-solution-is-simple/ (see also the comments beneath the article)

17 06 2017
H. Craig Bradley


I agree, most Mexicans make good American citizens, provided they follow and obey all our Immigration Laws, as written. ( My grandfather was born in Mexico City and had Dual Citizenship in Mexico and the U.S.). Its pretty rare today as we have a one passport law to go along with a one drivers license law. Govt. wants exclusivity and control.

We can choose to change the law any time we want, provided Congress gets the necessary votes and the President signs. Executive Orders alone are not the way Democracy is supposed to work. Similarly, declaring a state a “Sanctuary State” by edict is anarchy. Sorry, I do have to draw the line here as I am no proponent of “open borders” as is the case with many of our political elites of both parties, especially here in the State of Calif.

Just remember Timothy, I did NOT request any person’s name to my knowledge. However, I did ask which town your friend has a house in ( “on the Sea of Cortez”). Unless its a “Two-Horse ( Dos Caballo Ciudad) Town”, I don’t think you are disclosing personal information if you did give a town or the nearest town anyway. Anonymous sources are commonly regarded as unverified and therefore, not an established fact. Maybe hearsay or rumor. Not equivalent.

You many have heard or been told by a third party about various occurrences inside Mexico, but not necessarily by a local Mexican National, who definitely would know their own country and speak freely about the local news. My experience is Mexicans are very verbal and are often involved in hearsay (gossip). Informal communication is what the common people often do everywhere, at home and in developing countries alike. Just not me.

As you know, Hearsay is not admissible in a court of law as evidence. Neither are personal opinions. If someone says (writes) it happened, ex parte, then that’s someone’s opinion. If someone said they heard it happened ( not a witness) then its hearsay. Just to be clear. Without a specific town name its not necessarily a fact as presented.

So, who knows what the truth is? Have to be able to collaborate “facts”. ( reference a newspaper article or the such). Otherwise, its potentially just more “Fake News”. The Mainstream Media has lost their credibility long ago with the public by doing slipshod journalism one too many times. Sorry. Grade: Incomplete as written.

17 06 2017
Timothy D. Naegele


It is a small town where everyone knows everyone else, certainly if they have lived there for years or decades.

Thus, I err on the side of privacy.

5 08 2017
Timothy D. Naegele


See https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2017/06/15/who-is-next-the-murder-of-a-young-american-and-the-harvesting-of-his-body-parts-in-mexico/ (“Who Is Next? The Murder Of A Young American And The Harvesting Of His Body Parts In Mexico“); see also https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4188347/los-cabos-mexican-beach-gunmen-kill-three-men/ (“Terrifying moment gunmen use MACHINE GUNS to kill three men in the middle of a Mexican beach popular with Brit families“)

5 08 2017
H. Craig Bradley


Actually, I hear its pretty good and safe in Mexico City, at least the better neighborhoods. Nobody bothers Billionaire Carlos Slim who lives there. He does not even need his bodyguards, unless he comes to the U.S.A. When he shows up at the local Catholic Maronite Church, he has two armed bodyguards in L.A. not Mexico City.

If tourists go as part of a group tour to Mexico and stick together, the odds of being robbed of your organs is pretty slim, I suspect. Much hyped. Stay away from Tijuana and Ensenada and other border towns as well as interior areas where Narcos grow poppies. Those are real dangerous, lawless locations.

In contrast, most tourist areas are actually pretty safe most of the time. Just stick to the tourist parts of town. Venture out and look out. The poor surfer (boy) just was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Sometimes, Shit Happens. That is truly unfortunate for him and his family, but not necessarily others who go to Rosarita Beach. In fact, I liked it when I was a kid. Just tired of all the beaners in Calif and Liberal open-border (globalist) assholes.

5 08 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you, Craig.

I have talked with lots of people who go/live there, and things have changed radically from when you were a kid. It is not safe for American tourists, or for young Mexicans.

I have discussed this in my article above.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_trade#Prosecuted_cases:

In 2014, an alleged member of the Mexican Knights Templar Cartel was arrested for kidnapping and murdering minors. Children were found wrapped in blankets and stuffed in a refrigerated container inside a van. Various accounts have stated the arrested man is part of a network that kidnaps and kills minors, after which their organs are removed. The Cartel’s other sources of income include drug trafficking, extortion, illegal mining, and, illegal logging.

See also http://www.aljazeera.com/news/americas/2014/03/mexico-cartel-member-held-organ-theft-case-201431821815141191.html (“Mexico cartel member held in organ theft case”) and https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/03/17/cartel-mexico-organ-trafficking/6548691/ (“Police nab cartel member in organ trafficking case”)

The cartels are operating at full tilt, and the Baja is not safe, period.

5 08 2017
H. Craig Bradley


Remember the movie “Death Wish” where vigilante Charles Bronson ( an architect from Arizona) was detailed to New York City when it was a crime infested ghetto under Mayor Lindsey in the 1970’s. Sanitation workers on strike and piles of garbage in alleys and overflowing dumpsters.

Remember the news accounts well. They even defaulted on their Muni-debt but in the end, a reluctant President Gerald Ford had to bail-out NYC with Federal $$. So, we have been on the Road to Perdition for some time already.

Anyway, there may indeed be a role for a contemporary adventurous Charles Bronson type of character in today’s Wild West Mexico. Go down as a innocuous (Gray Man) Tourist. Get a girl friend to accompany you, as having a partner with you draws much less suspicion by border guards on both sides of the border. Then let her go and bring out the guns you had hidden in the car.

Bait in some bad guys and go to town ON THEM. Severe their heads and put them on a spike in full public view. This is how Cartels communicate and I strongly suspect, they at least respect the message, if not the messenger. Anyway, go down to get some game and let it be known on the way home why, preferable on the internet once you are safely home.

I think killing shitheads anywhere is one of the best ways known to man to let them know that “what goes around comes around”. Its Kill or Be Killed. Given those options, I know what I would be doing. It needs to be done. Let them “complain”. Who cares. Sure not me. Besides, Sticks and Stones don’t hurt anyone. Actions get their undivided attention.

5 08 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you again, Craig.

What I have wanted is to publicize the killing and mutilation of my friends’ wonderful son far and wide, and to have the White House and the Mexican government act on it and avenge his death.

I cannot name him, or show his photos without the parents’ permission. However, his memory is forever front and center in my mind. My guess is that similar tragedies have befallen many Mexican families, as the articles cited in footnotes 4 and 5 of my article describe.

5 08 2017
H. Craig Bradley


My sincere condolences to you and his family. I just want to point out this is just the beginning of our troubles. As America collapses, we can expect to see far worse mayhem. Real Violence won’t likely be confined to just Mexico in the future. Expect it right here in the U.S.A. eventually. In California, any criminal offense redefined as “non-violent” under Proposition 57 is no more than a Misdemeanor Level Offense at most any more.

This means no arrest, and no jail. In fact, the Police can only issue a citation to appear in court, not arrest suspects as before. If you don’t show, no bench warrant. Scott Free to repeat. So, criminals have license to rape, pillage, and plunder the civilian population in California with no worries. If I were you, I would be worried. We are screwed in Mexico and California alike. Its “not going to work-out “. Too bad. Better move-on to “greener” pastures.

5 08 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you again.

Governmentally, California is a microcosm of the nation.

. . .

Part of what may be coming nationally has been described by radio host Michael Savage.

See https://naegeleblog.wordpress.com/2017/05/16/americas-newest-civil-war-2017-and-beyond/#comment-10559 (“CIVIL WAR IF TRUMP TAKEN DOWN”)

23 08 2017
Timothy D. Naegele

U.S. Warns Citizens About Traveling To Mexico [UPDATED]

Bloomberg has reported:

The U.S. State Department warned its citizens about traveling to parts of Mexico including Cancun and Playa del Carmen, as homicides rise at resorts popular with American tourists.

The advisory issued on Tuesday upgraded the warnings for two states, Quintana Roo and Baja California Sur, saying turf wars between crime gangs have led to a surge in violence. The only warning for Quintana Roo in a December statement was about lack of cellular and Internet service in some areas.

The expanded travel advisory hits at the heart of a tourism industry that brings in $20 billion a year for Mexico. The state of Quintana Roo, where the resorts of Tulum and Cozumel are also located, gets 10 million tourists a year, a third of the national total. The warnings come as homicides in Mexico are set to rise to their highest since at least the turn of the century. Quintana Roo alone has seen 169 murders this year.

“Shooting incidents, in which innocent bystanders have been injured or killed, have occurred” in both states, the U.S. warned. “While most of these homicides appeared to be targeted criminal organization assassinations, turf battles between criminal groups have resulted in violent crime in areas frequented by U.S. citizens.”

While Quintana Roo’s advisory is now stricter, it isn’t included among the most dangerous spots in Mexico, where U.S. government personnel are told to defer non-essential travel. That restriction is reserved for parts of Chihuahua, Coahuila and Colima states, among others. U.S. travel warnings of differing levels exist for most Mexican states.

Business group Coparmex, which represents more than 200 hotels, restaurants and other companies in Cancun, said the advisory will likely affect bookings this winter, when Americans head to the beaches. Adrian Lopez Sanchez, who heads Coparmex in Cancun, says security is beginning to improve after deteriorating earlier this year and last year.

Quintana Roo’s Tourism Ministry was quick to respond to the advisory, issuing a statement to say travelers to the state are “safe and protected” and the government will keep collaborating with federal and U.S. officials on security.

Hotel occupancy in Cancun, Playa del Carmen and surrounding resorts rose to 78.6 percent in the year through July from 75.1 percent in the year-earlier period, according to STR, a provider of data and analytics on the lodging industry.

In January, Asur, the airport operator that services Cancun, saw its stock slump after five people were gunned down at the Blue Parrot nightclub during an electronic music festival in nearby Playa del Carmen. The airport’s stock rose slightly to 361.20 pesos per share at close of market Tuesday. More recently, in early July, one person died after a shootout at a club right across the street from the Blue Parrot.

“Tourism is very sensitive,” Coparmex’s Lopez Sanchez said. “Warnings directed toward the U.S. market are significant.”

See https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-22/u-s-warns-citizens-about-traveling-to-cancun-as-homicides-rise (“U.S. Warns Citizens About Traveling to Cancun“)

As stated in my article above:

The illegal trafficking in human body parts is widespread globally; and Americans and others are being killed for them. No American should feel safe traveling to Mexico, the world’s second deadliest country last year. And no Americans should do business with Mexico until this brutal murder is solved and the killers are brought to justice—and face life in prison, or the gallows.

See also https://www.dallasnews.com/news/mexico/2018/03/24/toxic-gases-killed-american-family-vacationing-condo-mexico (“Half my family is gone’: Toxic gases killed American couple, children vacationing at condo in Mexico“)

29 03 2018
David Blumenthal

There is not enough detail to be believable. Name a state, or region. There is mucho danger, but not everywhere. Stay in groups. Buy drugs in USA, not Mexico.

29 03 2018
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you, David, for your comments.

First, as stated in the article above, the young man’s death and the harvesting of his body parts occurred at a hotel in Rosarito Beach, south of San Diego.

Second, as stated in my comments above:

[T]he young man’s name is being withheld to protect his parents and their privacy.

. . .

What I have wanted is to publicize the killing and mutilation of my friends’ wonderful son far and wide, and to have the White House and the Mexican government act on it and avenge his death.

I cannot name him, or show his photos without the parents’ permission.

Sorry, I would like to provide more details, but cannot.

7 09 2018
Timothy D. Naegele

Boycott Mexico, And Live

Killings are taking place in Mexico, on an ever-accelerating basis. France 24 has reported:

Mexican authorities discovered at least 166 bodies at a mass grave site in Veracruz state, prosecutors said Thursday, the latest horrifying find in a region hit by bloody drug cartel turf wars.

Home to the city of Veracruz, one of Mexico’s largest ports, the eastern state has a history of corrupt politics and grisly power struggles between rival cartels — a toxic mix that has caused an explosion of violence.

“The remains of at least 166 people have been found” in the latest mass grave site discovered in Veracruz, state prosecutor Jorge Winckler told journalists, making it one of the largest such sites so far.

The grave is located in central Veracruz, but authorities are not releasing the exact location for security reasons, he said. Forensic specialists are still working at the scene.

Winckler said investigators had also found 200 articles of clothing, 144 ID cards and other personal belongings at the site since exhumations began on August 8.

An informer told authorities that hundreds of people in all were buried at the site, the state prosecutor’s office said in a statement.

“Based on forensic analysis of the discoveries, it had been determined that these are clandestine burial sites which are at least two years old,” it said.

Authorities have used drones and ground-penetrating radar to help them locate the bodies.

They released photographs of investigators combing through the thick vegetation at the site, wearing white protective suits and gloves.

There are at least 32 separate grave sites, they said.

Hit squads, corruption

Activists accuse the state’s jailed ex-governor, Javier Duarte, of presiding over a rash of human rights abuses in Veracruz.

Two former state police chiefs and a string of ex-officials have been charged with running hit squads that abducted and presumably killed unwanted individuals during Duarte’s administration, from 2010 to 2016.

Duarte himself is in jail awaiting trial on corruption charges.

Investigators accuse him of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars in public funds to buy luxury properties, Miami vacation homes and thoroughbred horses, leaving the once-wealthy state on the verge of bankruptcy.

Some 3,600 people have gone missing in Veracruz since 2006, according to the new government.

Families of some of Veracruz’s legions of missing persons are still digging at another mass grave found in 2016, where 280 bodies have been discovered so far.

They recently announced they had received a tip-off from drug traffickers about another mass grave near that site containing as many as 500 bodies.

It was unclear whether the grave described by prosecutors was the same site.

Mexico has been hit by a wave of violence since deploying the army to fight the country’s powerful drug cartels in 2006.

Since then, more than 200,000 people have been murdered, including a record 28,702 last year.

Another 37,000 people are reported as missing.

See https://www.france24.com/en/20180907-mexico-finds-166-bodies-mass-grave-veracruz-drug-cartels (“Mexican authorities discover 166 bodies at mass grave site in Veracruz“) (emphasis added)

No one knows how many others have been killed, like the young American in my article above.

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