Mexican businesswoman decapitated after family could not raise ransom

Mexican businesswoman decapitated after family could not raise ransom
Susana Carrera and family (Image via Mexico News Daily)

[Ed. – Kind of bears out Trump’s sh*thole characterization.]

The body of a businesswoman who was kidnapped and killed because her husband “didn’t want to pay” a ransom was found in Veracruz this week.

The decapitated corpse of Susana Carrera was found Wednesday night inside a bag left in a vacant lot in the port city of Coatzacoalcos.

A sign was left with the body that read: “This happened to me because my husband played the tough guy and didn’t want to pay my ransom.”

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Carrera, co-owner with her husband of an aluminum company, was abducted last week in the Playa Sol neighborhood of Coatzacoalcos after which her captors reportedly asked for a ransom of 4 million pesos (US $207,000).

The kidnapping occurred outside a house that Carrera’s daughter was visiting.

The newspaper Excélsior reported that Carrera arrived at the home to pick up her daughter, rang the doorbell and had been waiting outside for 15 seconds when a man got out of a car and abducted her. The incident was captured by a security camera.

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