The Guerrero Pages

The Guerrero Pages: A section dedicated to one of Mexico's most violent states

The Guerrero Pages: A section dedicated to one of Mexico's most violent states

This section covers news primarily from Guerrero and the Ayotzinapa case. Many of the stories involve day to day updates from one of Mexico's most violent states. Acapulco has one of the highest homicide rates in the continent. Chilpancingo is the state governments capital, but even so, there are homicides in broad daylight. One recent story has a US link to investment firms providing capital to spy corporations. Since the forced disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa students, the site of significant protests and one dictating the tone and tenor of the future direction of Mexican state sponsored terrorism.

Dozens Dead Over Bloody Weekend In Guerrero (11/16/2017)


Many dead over the weekend. 8 in tourist attraction Acapulco.

The past 7 days in the state of Guerrero have been the bloodiest in recent memory. 20 people were killed over the weekend. Acapulco, a former tourist attraction, saw 8 people murdered in cold blood. In a reptilian haze, local criminals linked to federal authorities are executing rivals, employees and civilians in an almost indiscriminate manner, leaving their bodies mutilated and exposed to the general public. A corrupt terrorism pilfers the state, leaving children and adults alike distraught and disempowered.



La Cartita, Acalpulco, Guerrero (10/30/2016) --- Once again, the troubled state tourism capital, Acapulco, in Guerrero descends into a violence.


Professor from the Rural College of Ayotzinapa found dead a few miles away from the school (04/07/2016)

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B&H Abuses Mexican Labor

B&H continues to engage in anti-labor laws. Now they are headed into a lawsuit citing workplace discrimination against primarily Mexican workers in Brooklyn.

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Activists Slandered by Mexican Government

Several Non Governmental Organizations are warning that deported Mexicans are in danger of being recruited into narcotrafficking organizations.

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Deported Mexicans In Danger of Drug War Recruitment

Several Non Governmental Organizations are warning that deported Mexicans are in danger of being recruited into narcotrafficking organizations.

Mexican Not Latino

Violence Increasing in Guerrero, Dozens Dead Over Weekend

The violence in Guerrero is steady climbing, with dozens dead during the month of March, 2017.