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Hasn’t been much new in search engines about discovery of hundred seventy-seven corpses near San Fernando, Mexico. Occasional reports reminded just eighty miles south of border Mexican authorities ignored mountain of unclaimed luggage in bus depot before finally digging holes and discovering mummified Central Americans and Mexicans who’d headed north to work. Some had been raped and burned before buried alive.

Few bullet casings littered graves ten feet deep dug by backhoe since two thirds of heads were smashed by sledgehammer found nearby. Surprising Zeta drug traffickers bothered killing non-criminals that way, must’ve been too excited to stop. It’s encouraging local Zeta leader was soon arrested but distressing local police chief also had to be handcuffed with sixteen of twenty-five cops. Other nine evidently demurred.

Modified searches found President Felipe Calderon had blasted Uncle Sam for deporting many Mexican criminals and exacerbating problems. Calderon’s wrong: crime embraces people while good work shuns, but let’s avoid sociology and keep sledgehammer handy after sentencing.

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