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After Emiliano’s murder, authorities find decapitated men with a message: “Don’t touch the children”

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“I’m out of the air, I don’t want to die,” Dante Emiliano, a 12-year-old boy who was lying on the ground on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 21, screamed desperately as he felt his life slipping away from him, after being shot three times in Paraíso, Tabasco, the homestate of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

There have been many reactions, but the most terrifying was a message that appeared on the morning of Thursday, May 23 in Comalcalco, Tabasco. Two decapitated bodies were left in the street, with messages related to Emiliano’s murder, one of the messages says: “Don’t touch the children.”

Now, Comalcalco is in shock over the appearance of two bodies in different parts of the city, which apparently would be related to the murder of Dante Emiliano.

Residents of the Paso Nuevo neighborhood alerted the authorities about the presence of human remains, near the road to Villahermosa. When they went to the scene, police officers found a bundle of bags and sheets covering the decapitated body of a man.

Image of a head wrapped in tape with a message referring to the murder of a child that occurred a few days ago in Tabasco (Photo: El Universal).

The head included a threatening message alluding to the crime against the child the day before.

“Pescuezo, this is going to happen to you if you keep killing innocent people, stop killing innocents like the boy from Paraíso. Don’t touch the children”.

Previously, another body was found in Villa Chichicapa, also in Comalcalco, Tabasco, where the human remains were inside a black bag, tied with a ribbon with a message written on cardboard underneath.

“Mr. Governor, we respect the law, but if the law behaves like thugs, they will be tortured anyway,” could be read in the first part of the text.

It should be noted that “El Pescuezo” (Spanish for neck) would be Ulises García Flores, the alleged leader of an independent group dedicated to “huachicoleo” (fuel theft) who was arrested in May 2016, and released a couple of years later.

According to journalistic reports, his name appeared in documents from the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) when listing the criminal groups that operate in the section through which the Tren Maya passes.

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