A Child Beheaded by the Sinaloa Cartel — in Norcross, GA

Norcross. I’ve been to Norcross many times. It’s a nice little suburb. On Friday nights in the fall, they like to watch their kids play football. The local high school football stadium has an air raid siren it blows when they score a touchdown.

We need to send a message on this one that the cartels will understand.


Gringo said...

How could this have happened? I thought the United Mexican States only sent its best to the United States of America.

E Hines said...


These are the beasts that the Progressive-Democrats insist are not animals, just misunderstood yout's.

Eric Hines

E Hines said...

The above question should have been "Sinaloa cartel?"

Eric Hines

Donna B. said...

While the drugs were picked up in Norcross, the girl and her grandmother lived in Huntsville AL and their bodies were dumped way too close to my house in a small town just south of Huntsville.

Grim said...

Well, I haven't been to Huntsville but once -- to the Space and Rocket Center there, which was fun and interesting. It's possible for the thing to hit too close to home for both of us, though. This is the sort of thing we can't allow in our country, and separate from the punishment meted out at law for these individual killers, the cartel needs to be taught that.

Ymarsakar said...

The police aren't going to allow any vigilante to teach the cartels anything, except what the people at Waco 1 and 2 learned. obey or Die.

If they ever wanted the death squads to come out in force and get bounties on foreigners, they know where to go.

Donna B. said...

Huntsville and it's surrounding suburbs are still strange to me. I haven't actually figured out whether I live within Huntsville city limits or not. My address isn't Huntsville, but I pay property taxes to them, it provides my utilities, and my children (if I had any at home) would go to Huntsville City schools. It is, by far, the "whitest" place I've lived in the last 50 years.

I am wondering if the small Hispanic population here is made up of relatively new immigrants and thus have been more influenced by the growing power of the cartels in Mexico. Judging by the Mexican restaurants here, the ones interested in food service are not from the same parts of Mexico that has influenced Mexican food in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. That's just wondering, not even up to the standards of anecdote.

So far, I've found only one hole-in-the wall Mexican restaurant that lives up to my "standards" and it is definitely not in Huntsville. A very important part of my "standards" is whether the restaurant serves a proper margarita.