FOX NEWS LATINO — The bodies of nine men were found murdered in a suburban enclave of Monterrey, Mexico, in what government officials are calling a drug house, and the circumstances of the discovery suggest something more than just a deal gone wrong.
At 10 p.m. on Saturday night, police in the municipality of Apodaca about 25 miles northeast of Monterrey, Mexico’s third-largest city, responded to a call from called Valle San Miguel, a gated community.
Inside the house – which the governor of the Mexican state of Nuevo León, Jaime Rodriguez Calderon, said on Sunday is believed to have been used for drug consumption – they found the bodies of nine laborers.
TV Azteca said the men had their hands cinched together behind their backs, and the Associated Press reported that two men appeared to have been stabbed and the others strangled.
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