Mexico: U.S. State Department allegedly not including some unnatural deaths in stats

Posted on October 9, 2017 • Filed under: Crime, Mexico reported the U.S State Department updated its data this week on the number of U.S. citizens who died in Mexico of unnatural causes during the first half of the year.

Not included in the list?

Abbey Conner, 20, a UW-Whitewater student who was pulled lifeless out of a pool under mysterious circumstances just hours after arriving with her family at a Playa del Carmen resort in January.

Conner was found face down and unconscious in the Iberostar Paraiso del Mar pool alongside her older brother, Austin, who nearly drowned as well. She was brain dead and in a coma. She was officially pronounced dead several days later at a hospital in Florida.’


“She was dead when she left that hotel,” said her father, Bill Conner. “You put people who are dead on life support. This is just part of what they do, and they keep getting away with it. It’s unreal.”

“That makes me very angry,” said Ginny McGowan, Abbey Conner’s mom. “It’s just another thing they’re in denial of. They’re going to try to sweep it under the rug.” Read Article

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