Prison fight in Mexico leaving 40 dead designed to hide escape of Zetas

Posted on February 23, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Mexico, Police/Military Activity, Zetas

The brawl in the prison was planned and had help from the prison authorities
The director, deputy director and chief of security have been forced to resign
The fighting left more than 40 dead. The prison of hell Apodaca was a road map. No accident, chaos emerged spontaneously. A little over 24 hours after the killing of 44 inmates at the prison on the outskirts of Monterrey (north), we know that the dead belonged to the Gulf cartel, the carnage was used to cover the flight of 30 prisoners belonging to the criminal group Los Zetas, and that none of this could have happened without the complicity of a “group of traitors,” as he called the governor of Nuevo Leon, Rodrigo Medina custodians still-unidentified murderers and fugitives helped. Read Article

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