Guerrero: Missing Rural Police Officers found Tortured and Executed

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Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  VXT

Tortured then executed, the bodies of two rural state police officers were found who had been missing for two weeks in the Sierra de Guerrero.
The victims were identified as José Manuel Alarcón Santos, 23, and Lucio López Jiménez, whose bodies in an advanced state of decomposition. were inside a ravine located at the point known as La Zocona, between the towns of El Naranjo and Chichihualco, del municipality of Leonardo Bravo, indicate official reports.
Relatives of the agents informed the local authorities that both were from El Naranjo  in the town of La Laguna, where the headquarters of the Rural State Police is located, which is dependent on the State Public Security Secretariat (SSP).
That day, the relatives narrated, the officers dressed in civilian clothes went to the neighboring town of Chichihualco in the morning to make purchases with other neighbors.
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Later, they had to return to El Naranjo escorted by state police and soldiers because an armed group attacked that town.
But since that date they were reported missing, the relatives said.
Since then, family members have organized to search for the missing  police officers, who were located this afternoon at the bottom of a ravine with their hands and feet tied, as well as multiple bullet wounds, the report said.

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