The out of control Mexican drug war between rivaling cartels is once again proving to have no limits as to who is targeting for reprisal. About a week or so ago, two 15 year olds were reported missing in the Mexican state of Jalisco, and now Mexicans authorities have announced that the bodies of those two missing 15 year olds were discovered in a wooded area on the outskirts of the Mexican city of Guadalajara.
While these two murders are tied to the drug war currently raging within the country, these to minors were not killed because they were involved in trafficking narcotics or marijuana, but because they happened to bully another minor, who just so happened to be a family member of the late Drug capo for the Sinaloa drug cartel Ignacio “Nacho” Coronel Villarreal. Villarreal was killed in a shoot out with Federal authorities.
Police have in custody another minor who admitted to luring the two minors to the place their bodies were found, and are currently looking for other who may have been involved in the murders, including the son of the deceased drug capo.