Man Parks Truck Filled With Dead Bodies At Mexico’s Governor’s Mansion

According to reports, a truck filled with ten dead bodies was dumped outside a state governor’s office in Mexico.

The bodies were discovered outside Governor David Monreal’s office in Plaza de Armas in the central state of Zacatecas, according to authorities.

According to the Independent, officials stated a man drove the vehicle into the plaza, left it there, and then walked away.

The square was still decorated for Christmas, according to Lonely Planet, and “buzzes at night with families promenading, children playing, and occasional live music.”

The governor announced in a tweet that two persons had been arrested, and that “we will not rest until peace and security return to our state.”

“In a video, Mr Montreal added, “They came to drop them here in front of the palace.” He went on to say that the bodies appeared to have been beaten and had bruises all over them.

In response to the state’s escalating violence, Mr Monreal stated that “bit by little, we will reclaim our tranquility.”

In November, a week after ten victims were discovered hanging from a bridge, eight more bodies were openly exposed in Zacatecas in what is believed to be a gang-related crime.

In late November, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador visited Zacatecas, promising greater support for Monreal.

He stated, ” “We’re going to… show our support for David Monreal and the people of Zacatecas.

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took a trip to Zacatecas in late November, pledging more support for Monreal.

He said: “We are going … to support David Monreal and give all our support to the people of Zacatecas.

“The entire cabinet of the federal government is going, today and tomorrow, to a security meeting. The entire security plan is going to be reinforced.”

This will see 1,500 National Guard soldiers carrying automatic weapons being deployed onto the streets of Mexico, in an attempt to make it safe for tourists.

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