Mexico: Mob lynches man, sets him on fire over social media accusations

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  1. sec

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    I'm sorry; but what is wrong with you? Did you actually type that or did some ass-clown hijack your account?
     
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    Daily Mail says the mob was around 30
     
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    This is precisely why I don't use any social media, other than PF.
     
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    This is the type of people Democrats and Republicans both are flooding the country with; they like the cheap labor and the extra votes are handy for Democrats and states like California who want to count them toward allocations of Congressional seats.

    Enjoy.
     
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    In this case the lynching did not happen because the police was corrupt. It happened because 200 people were poised to lynch a person and a team of cops can't handle such a crowed. Get real. The assault on the Capitol on the 6th also did not happen because the cops were corrupt. It happened because the cops couldn't stop 1000's of people poised to assault the democracy. It is anybody's guess what would have happened if the mob would have got their hands on Biden, Pelosi or Ocasio-Cortez. But in the end, everybody would agree it was smart of them that they fled for their lives.

    And with this, I do not say there isn't a problem of corruption in Mexico.
    It just didn't play a roll.
     
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    They fit right in with the jan the 6th crowed.
     
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    Lol, there is already social media in the US, in case you didn’t know. These are human reactions, not “Mexican” reactions. This crap has happened in the US since social media began. Maybe our police are better at stopping it before people get burned alive, but there are plenty of people who would go that far if they were able to. People like that are already here. They call themselves conservatives and liberals, or republicans or democrats, and get extreme over stupid issues all the time. Stopping immigration won’t change anything.
     
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    It’s already happened. Social media had a lot to do with it. Nothing to do with immigrants because wasn’t there recently an angry mob of Americans who stormed the capital in the name of democracy? Weren’t they calling to hang the VP? Didn’t people die? Just saying.

    No reason to apply any xenophobia here, is there?
     
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    Is it fair to say the population in those parts of Mexico did not have very much respect for police or the local justice system?
     
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    Same can be said about Trump, and his 1000's of people who attacked the Capitol.
     
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    That's all you had to say. Makes any other comments you might have meaningless. I've lived in Mexico for years. Yes, the villages can be dangerous. In the state where I live a store was robbed in a village and a few hours later the villagers saw a stranger walking towards the highway. The took him, tied him to a post, beat him, and demanded to know where the money was. The young stranger died. In another village, a witch was killed. I asked a friend what they thought about the incident and she said, "It's horrible but, you know, if you have a witch doing bad things and they won't stop, what are you going to do?" And then there was the young man beat to death for simply walking into the wrong neighborhood. Oh, wait a minute. That was in Bensonhurst, 1989. A in Crown Heights a mob enraged by Al Sharpton killed a Jewish man who just happened to be driving by. Al Sharpton got a television show on MSNBC.


    Lesson: Small villages and ethnic ghettos are dangerous for outsiders.
     
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    Neither the police nor the Justice System has earned the respect of the people of Mexico. In many parts of the U.S. the same thing is true. Do citizens in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles have respect for the police and the Criminal Justice System? The U.S. has a vice president who helped bail criminals out of jail so they wouldn't suffer interruptions to their criminal activity. The District Attorneys who are nonprosecutors are infamous.
     
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    The fact that you've lived in that ****hole makes anything you might say about mehico disingenuous at best. Would you like a link to the most recent cartel beheadings? Wait, what about where they tortured people and hung them from an overpass? No? How about where the cartels ran through a village and raped and murdered the whole town? Wait, how about a link to the number of murders in mehico just this year?

    Take your pick, I'll be happy to dig up some of the disgusting and insane things that go on unabated in that ****hole, which is sending it's not best and not brightest to the US where you can drink tap ******* water, something you could normally do in a civilized place.
     

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