Mexico: narco-massacre in Nayarit

In Mexico’s third mass shooting in less than a week, gunmen who arrived in SUVs opened fire Oct. 27 at a carwash in Tepic, capital of the Pacific coast state of Nayarit, killing at least 15. All but two of the victims worked at the carwash, and most were clients of the same drug treatment center, Alcance Victoria (Victory Outreach). Three victims wore matching T-shirts emblazoned with “Fe y Esperanza,” or “Faith and Hope.” (LAT, Oct. 28)

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  1. Mexico: another narco-massacre…
    This time in the Federal District. From RFI, Oct. 28:

    Seven people were shot dead in Mexico City in a dangerous part of the capital city, the fourth such drugs-related massacre this week, officials said on Thursday. The killings took place in the Tepito neighbourhood before dawn as a group of people, all in their twenties, were gunned down in a drive-by shooting.