Mexican authorities over the weekend found 55 bodies inside a mine ventilation shaft that was used as a mass grave in the city of Taxco, officials said Monday.
OMG!!! I refreshed twice! hahaha! Man that was awesome information....so good, I had to read it three times! smh
why wait jon
Sounds like the work of the "jeepers creepers" monster out in mexico. Over 500 reported sightings of the demon. And more than 30 missing person cases in the surrounding villages. That's why I won't go to mexico.
Wow, I guess no americans were found there so it's not news and is only worth ridicule. My prayers are with the families of the victims. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/08/world/americas/08grave.html
It was USED as a mass grave... it was a mine shaft... not a grave. I'm sure the families weren't all standing around as the deceased were respectfully tossed down an old mine shaft. Dumb... dumb... dumb...
A mass grave as in they dumped a bunch of a bodies somewhere in a heap...not like its a cemetary dude. So its sort of like 55 murdered people...unless you dont think thats a big deal.
it's not a grave. it's a mineshaft. it was filled with bodies. got it, genius?
You're a genius Mr. Buckley. That short of a story and you managed to miss key details. I will go out on a limb and say you generally got unsatisfactory marks for reading comprehension.
finding a moron in the comment section? WHOA STOP THE PRESSES
hahahah, the article is only a sentence long and Timmy still missed the point. Nice!!
(chuckles) Tim Buckley is really Jethro Bodine?
getting trolled hard on CNN forums? WHOA STOP THE PRESSES!
do you know what you call a mine shaft with 55 Mexican bodies in it?
How can you speak/write as if Mexicans, Hispanics, Blacks, Asians aren't human? Where is your humanity? The next time you say hello to a friend who is not white please think about what you have said. May God forgive you.
You should be ashamed of yourself. They are people you heartless racist POS.
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