Seven members of the same family were found shot dead in a Mexican home, officials said Monday.
At the end of last month, Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador faced a scrutiny of his security policy after the murder of two priests and a tour guide at the church.
In a recent incident, the Mexican State Public Prosecutor's Office reported that three women and four men, including minors, were shot dead at their home in the city of Boca del Rio in eastern Veracruz.
At this time, the identity of the deceased has not been disclosed.
State Attorney General Veronica Hernandez Jadans said in a Facebookstatementthat this was an attack on all Vera Cruzans and "no immunity". ..
Remaining anonymousThe National Guardtold Agence France-Presse (AFP) that the family runs a chain of butchers.
The local government has begun investigating the death of a family member. However, the suspect has not yet been nominated.
This tragic event took place on June 27, after the murder of two priests and a tour guide in thechurch.
A religious order known as the Society of Jesus killed priests Javier Campos (79) and Joaquin Mora (81) when they "tried to protect a man seeking evacuation." rice field.
They were guarding the tour guide Pedro Palma.
A $ 250,000 bounty was offered for information about the suspected murderer. The State Prosecutor's Office has announced that this reward is the most widespread offer in its history.
CBS Newsreported that authorities have identified Jose Noriel Portillo Gil, also known as "El Chueco," in relation to the triple murder.
The State Prosecutor's Office has announced that the suspect had already wanted his role in the killing of American tourists in 2018.
Authorities kidnapped Parma after the suspect played a baseball game. The latter managed to escape and went to church for help.
The church's Catholic Multimedia Centersaid seven priests had been killed under President Lopez Obrador's administration since 2018.
According to a survey, three priests were killed in a week in 2016.
He also states that at least 20 priests were killed in 2012 under Enrique Peña Nieto, the former president of the country.
CBS News has killed more than 340,000 people in 2006 since Mexico deployed troops to fight drug cartels.
Experts say that Chihuahua, the area where these incidents took place, is an important route to bring illegal drugs into the United States and is "fiercely contested among rival trafficking gangs." ".