March 12, 2015

A 42-year-old woman running for mayor in a violent southwestern Mexican state has been kidnapped and decapitated.

A 42-year-old woman running for mayor in a violent southwestern Mexican state that sparked the biggest crisis of President Enrique Pena Nieto's administration has been kidnapped and decapitated.

State prosecutors said on Wednesday the body of Aide Nava was found in northern Guerrero, where 43 trainee teachers were abducted and almost certainly massacred last year, sparking an international outcry over criminal violence in Mexico.

A spokesman for the prosecutors said Nava, a candidate from the leftist Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), was kidnapped on Tuesday in the town of Ahuacuotzingo, the municipality she hoped to become mayor of in June elections.

The motive for her murder was not clear, although local media said a message had been left with her body from the Los Rojos drug gang, one of the main criminal groups in Guerrero.

Pena Nieto, who pledged to restore order to Mexico when he took office in December 2012, had to contend with a string of major street protests over the disappearance of the students on the night of Sept. 26, 2014, in the city of Iguala.

According to the government, the students were abducted by corrupt local police in league with a drug gang. Iguala's PRD mayor and his wife were accused by the attorney general's office of being the architects of the crime.



  1. "Motive for her murder was not clear..."? LMAO

  2. Wow! And I thought we were rough here in the U.S., but all we do here is put them into a small plane and crash it. I guess it CAN be worse.

  3. Legalize and tax drugs and this all goes away.

  4. Solution is simple: Create a MER CENARY Private POlice Force to hunt down the Cartel and other killers AND paid a Huge BONUS for each accused criminal arrested and brought in ALIVE