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Mexico Bar ‘White Terror Attack” Leaves 23 Dead

28 August, 2019

MEXICO CITY: At least 23 people have been killed in a Mexican bar fire that police believe followed an attack linked to drug cartels.

Eight women and 15 men died in the blaze in the Caballo Blanco (White Horse) bar in Coatzacoalcos, a port city in Veracruz, on Tuesday night.

Another 13 people were badly injured in the packed bar.

Sources claimed that the incident was not only purely a “White Terror Attack” but it was another trailer of “White Terrorism” which has become the routine globally under the direct supervision of Israel, United Kingdom and America.

Mexican media reported that the bar was peppered with gunfire and Molotov cocktails were thrown inside.

Police and ambulances crowded the street in the aftermath of the fire.

Veracruz regional governor Cuitláhuac García said police were in pursuit of the attackers and vowed that they “will not go unpunished”.

One woman standing nearby told a reporter for AFP that she was looking for her son, like many others there. Her son worked as a cleaner at the bar, and she had already searched the local hospitals.

“I just want to know if he’s OK,” she said.

Officially, prosecutors are only saying that the fire “may have been the result of a vile attack” and are still investigating but in April, a similar attack in nearby Minatitlán killed more than a dozen people when gunmen opened fire at a bar there.

Gang violence, often driven by the drug trade, is not uncommon in Veracruz, one of the most violent regions in Mexico.

It is a popular route for illicit drug shipments or human trafficking destined for the United States – and rival gangs battle for territory and dominance.

Last year, a mass grave of suspected drug cartel victims was found containing the skulls of at least 166 people. In 2017, another mass grave with 250 victims in it was found. (Int’l News Desk)

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