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Mexican YouTube Rapper Melted Bodies of Killed Students in Acid for Cartel

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His music videos painted a vivid portrait of street life in Mexico in all of its gritty detail:

chained dogs and flashing knives, drug paraphernalia and boast of violence. Around a posse of severe men, tattooed, flashing hand signals and glaring he rapped.

“This is my hell,” he rapped.

And officials in Mexico said this week that the songs of Christian Omar Palma Gutierrez, the rapper known as Qba, were more than just a performative fantasy.

Investigators said he confessed to dissolving their bodies in acid as part of his work with an infamous drug cartel this is published in news reports, in connection three film students of horrific deaths Gutierrez has been arrested, because he also linked to three previous murders, and that he had previously disposed of bodies in the same way

On Thursday Close to 12,000 people took to the streets of Guadalajara, calling for peace and justice for three film students who were brutally murdered in a crime that has shocked Mexico.

Authorities recognized, Kidnapped three student tortured and killed by drug Aceves Gastelum, 25, Daniel Diaz, 20, and Marco Avalos, 20 and dissolved Their bodies in acid on Monday.

A student leader from the University of Guadalajara Jesus Medina said “The absurd war on drugs is taking our classmates and we will not allow it anymore.

A lot of the demonstrators also unnecessary the official description of events surrounding the students’ deaths.

Oscar Juarez said, what they presented is based on indications — there is not strong technical evidence. There are many doubts.

YouTube star and rapper horror confession, Christian Omar Palma Gutierrez, also recognized as QBA — that he dissolved the students’ bodies in acid.”People like that who no longer feels. they have forgotten what it is to be human.

 

After the government launched a controversial military offensive against organized crime in 2006 More than 200,000 people have been murdered and over 30,000 have disappeared, According to official figures. So how many links with gang activity is unknown.