Guadalajara, Mexico

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Trailer Full of Corpses Left Outside Mexican City

Morgue couldn't cope with wave of violent crime

(Newser) - A trailer with at least 100 decomposing corpses was left on the outskirts of Guadalajara but it wasn't yet another drug cartel atrocity: Officials say it was brought there because a wave of violence has left local mortuaries completely full. Residents say they complained to authorities about the terrible...

Kids Missing Nearly 4 Years Found in Mexico

Father Kevin Maryk detained after raid in Guadalajara

(Newser) - Two Canadian kids missing for nearly 4 years were found living with their father in Mexico last week, the Winnipeg Free Press reports. On a tip, Interpol agents raided a house in Guadalajara and found Abby and Dominic Maryk, 8 and 10 respectively, living with father Kevin Maryk. The agents...

26 Bodies Dumped in Guadalajara

Mass killing believed to be revenge for Veracruz attack

(Newser) - Citizens of Mexico's second-largest city have been shaken by the country's second mass killing in the space of a few days. The bodies of 26 young men were found stuffed into three vehicles left in the center of Guadalajara yesterday. Most of them had died of asphyxia and...

Mexican Musicians Killed After Encore Refused

Grenade, bullets fly after bar owner pulls plug

(Newser) - Furious audience members killed two members of a band in Mexico after being told the music had to stop. The band—faced with demands for more from a group of drunk, aggressive audience members—had already played one encore at the Guadalajara bar before the owner pulled the plug long...

Mexican Soccer Player Uses Swine Flu to Taunt Foes

(Newser) - A Mexican soccer player apologized today for swine-flu-themed antics intended to put an opposing player off his game, the AP reports. Hector Reynoso, of Guadalajara club Chivas, coughed and spat at a member of a Chilean team during a high-profile Latin American tournament game. “I’ve cooled off now,...

Cousin Spots Wanted Marine in Mexico

DA seeks extradition, must forgo death penalty to gain cooperation

(Newser) - A Marine wanted for murder was spotted by his cousin near Guadalajara, Mexico, a week ago, CNN reports. Cpl. Cesar Laurean visited his cousin's liquor store and said he was "just passing by." The cousin says he didn't know about Laurean's legal troubles. Meanwhile, a North Carolina district...

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