Mexican police have found 10 decapitated corpses and 11 heads in a southwestern state which is one of the most violent places in Mexico and this is the second such instance since the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers there in September according to latest reports from Reuters News Agency.
The bodies which have been recovered had signs of torture and had their hands tied which were found in graves about 50 kilometers (31 miles) east of the Guerrero state according to local security officials said on Wednesday.
All the 11 severed heads were discovered in one grave, inside four black plastic bags, the Guerrero state prosecutor's office said in a statement. The identity of the victims was yet to be ascertained. The abduction and killing led to nationwide protests.
The investigation into the abduction and killing of 43 trainee teachers back in September 2013 is still being investigated but the only thing which is clear is that this was allowed to happen because of corrupt police in league with a drug gang in Iguala, the third biggest city in Guerrero. So far only one body has been identified and Mexico Attorney General Jesus Murillo said the evidence strongly suggested police officers handed the students over to drug cartel members who killed them
President Enrique Pena Nieto had a meeting with President Barack Obama on Tuesday said he was committed to helping Mexico eradicate the cartels, but that it was up to the Mexican government to resolve the problem.