Mexican Mayor Arrested After Hundreds Massacred and Cooked in Network of Ovens

Many Mexicans have not progressed far from their ancestors in terms of practicing human cruelty. The Aztecs cut the hearts out of their living victims.

Today’s Mexican? Read the shocking facts that the media have largely ignored because it’s not politically correct to criticize Mexicans.


Mexican authorities have arrested the former mayor of a rural community in the border state of Coahuila in connection with the kidnapping, murder and incineration of hundreds of victims through a network of ovens at the hands of the Los Zetas cartel. The arrest comes after Breitbart Texas exposed not only the horrors of the mass extermination, but also the cover-up and complicity of the Mexican government.

On Thursday morning, Coahuila state authorities arrested Sergio Alonzo Rodriguez, the former mayor of Allende, Coahuila, on the charge of aggravated kidnapping, information provided to Breitbart Texas by the Coahuila government revealed. Rodriguez was the mayor of Allende, Coahuila in March, 2011, when a commando of Los Zetas kidnapped dozens of people who were then murdered and incinerated.

Earlier this year, Breitbart Texas published the results of a three-month investigation into how Los Zetas were able to kidnap, torture, execute and incinerate approximately 300 victims–including women and children–between 2011 and 2013. Approximately 150 of the victims were taken to the Piedras Negras state prison where cartel members used 55-gallon drums to incinerate the human remains.

Mexican court documents obtained by Breitbart Texas revealed that the wave of terror unleashed by Los Zetas began as an internal spat between Los Zetas, resulting in the leadership ordering the murder of every individual related, connected or associated with two former members. The kill list included women and children. Court documents and testimonies from victims’ relatives revealed that while the kidnappings began in 2011, they continued well into 2013 when the crimes came to a temporary halt.

Despite the magnitude, news outlets in both the U.S. and Mexico largely ignored the story as cartels continued to reign in that country with impunity. After Breitbart Texas’ exposé, authorities charged a handful of Los Zetas members in connection with the incinerations inside the prison, but public officials had managed to escape scrutiny.

The governor at the time of the massacre, Humberto Moreira, was accused and later released in Spain for having been a surrogate of the Los Zetas cartel–however he, too, has managed to avoid facing a judge in Mexico. Moreira had various assets seized by U.S. courts.

The arrest of the former mayor comes just one day after CNN’s Jake Tapper tweeted out Breitbart Texas’ exposé on the incineration of hundreds of victims in Allende. Tapper’s tweet set off a social media storm among U.S. journalists who have largely ignored the horrors carried out by cartels in Mexico.

24 thoughts on “Mexican Mayor Arrested After Hundreds Massacred and Cooked in Network of Ovens

  1. Why is the death of 300 Mexicans bad news?
    Interesting that just two Mexicans have up to 300 relatives. That is the most worrying thing about the article, by far. It is the Mexicans who stay alive and pop out babies who are swamping the world, not the tiny number of dead ones.

    ” leadership ordering the murder of every individual related, connected or associated with two former members.” This is an excellent idea, why not extend it to all gang members!

    Maybe US foreign aid to Mexico can be limited to free contraception, free crematoriums and free fuel for the crematoriums.

    The article was a bit misleading and sensationalist. Breitbart show a picture of what looks like a cooking oven yet 150 of the people were incinerated in 44 gallon drums inside a State prison. None of the people were “cooked”. That implies cannibalism.

  2. I guess the real point Breitbart is making is “Do you want crimes like this in the USA? If yes, say yes to mass invasion via Mexico”.

  3. mexico is a failed nation state. The mexican government doesn’t controll either the southern or northern portion of the country.

    I’ve often wondered why the left hasn’t exploited that to garner sympathy for the taco bending invaders.

    When talking about the Zetas, don’t forget the usa trained the initial group, some where trained at Ft Bragg, some at Benning, some down in old mexico, to be mexico’s elite counter narcotics unit. Then an unknown number of them (30-40 seems to be the best guess, but I have also read the whole fucking lot of them) signed on with a cartel. Then replaced the cartel. Rumor is all the ones trained by the american military are dead now. Though how one would verify that is beyond me. Unless you have all their thumbs on ice somewhere.

    Any rate, the ineptitude of the american government is on display. again.

    • Living among Mexicans, I can say they are the most lyingest, corrupt, sexually degenerate group of people on earth. That is their reputation. It is well deserved. Of course, it doesn’t mean all of them are that way, but a huge fraction of them are.

      • They are a scourge

        Many small towns here in NC now have all sorts of dysfunction and crime that didn’t exist before the taco bender invasion.

        Animal abuse gets the most coverage, probably because of how rural I live.

      • So much so that even though I did higher tier work, I almost always still self identify as a Ranger.

        Odd nowith that I think about it because 6 out of my 24 years were in other outfits, one more prestigious and being a platoon sergeant was my favorite job.

        Reckon those 1st 6 years were the most foundational and transformative or its the vanity of youth carrying over to middle age

      • Haha. You sound just like my cousin Andy. We grew up Amish ( pacifists) but Andy went to Vietnam. He never came back…not the Andy I knew. I revere his opinion on all matters….when he gives it.:

      • We were Old order. They would not approve of this cell phone I am on…or the chain saw I use.. oh well.😉

      • Lol when I was a teenager they still made their own nails.

        They did have a few trucks to get to job sites and a community phone

        These days they buy nails from Home Depot, even use some of the English stores. You’ll see them go through the Wendy’s drive thru in their carriages.

        We had our share of Anabapist too

      • Yes, those days are gone. I still live primitive and my cousin, Andy went back home after ‘Nam and never set foot outside the community since. We still have wheelwrights and still have leather shops, but the last time I was in Lancaster county, PA. I did not recognize many of the ‘modern’ Amish at Wal-Mart. The Walmarts still furnish hitching rails , shelter and water for horses, but it was not the same…watching an Amish family approach the buggy all wearing “roll back the price” shoes. Haha

      • lol I have an uncle who did sort of the same thing

        He hasn’t left these 3 counties in Appalachia since he got back from the Korean War

        You my friend seem to have your own intresting back story

  4. I guess Donald Trump was wrong about labeling the poor Messicans as rapists, gang-bangers, and drug dealers. It appears that they are some hybrid of evilNazitorturerswhowanttokillsixmillionjews and Aztec sadists sacrificing innocent people for their drug gods. Whew, I am glad that DT dodged that bullet. Yay for diversity!

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