Mexican authorities have found 32 bodies and nine heads in approximately 20 mass graves in the Mexican State of Guerrero. The state, which is home to the famous beach resort city Acapulco, has been the scene of a fierce cartel war as rival groups fight for lucrative distribution routes.
The new discovery comes after authorities began an investigation on Tuesday in the rural area of Zitlala near the Tenanchitla hill. By Thursday afternoon, Mexican authorities had discovered 32 bodies and nine heads, information released by the Guerrero government. – READ MORE