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July 24, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- A Utah man and his wife were fatally shot by bandidos while traveling in Mexico. The couple's 12-year-old son was also shot, but survived. 


Reports say the vacationers drove away from a road block apparently set up to shake down travelers. It appears they were chased down, stripped of their vehicle, and executed with shots to their faces.

The couple was identified as Paul Nielsen, 52, and Janeth Vázquez, 43.  

The only thing dumber than naive Americans traveling in Mexico's crime culture are naive Americans importing Mexico's crime culture into the USA. 

The incident confirms that governments endanger law-abiding people when they take away their guns. 

From dailymail.co.uk ▼

A couple from Utah were horrifically murdered in front of their 12-year-old son at a roadblock in Mexico by a local gang trying to extort travelers. 

The execution-style killing took place last week as Paul Nielsen, 52, and Janeth Vázquez, 43, were on their way to a beach resort when they allegedly failed to stop at the blockade in Petatlan, within the state of Guerrero.

Local reports say that a group of armed men pulled the couple and their son Kevin, 12, over at around 3.30am.

When they exited the car, they were allegedly shot, including the 12-year-old. 


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