Mexico City, July 31
Prosecutors in western Mexico say they have found the bullet-riddled bodies of eight men at what appeared to be a drug cartel encampment.
The bodies were found on Thursday in a rural, hilltop area outside the town of Cotija, in the western state of Michoacan.
The state prosecutors’ office said the men were found wearing military-style clothing. They have not yet been identified.
Drug cartels in Mexico frequently use such remote rural camps as training or staging grounds, or to hold kidnapping victims. — AP
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