Mexican Execution – Body Found Buried Alive in Concrete

Mexican Execution - Body Found Buried Alive in Concrete

This is some brutal shit – a man was buried alive inside a 200 liter plastic drum filled with concrete, only his head sticking out. Experts say he had been buried in that concrete for 72 hours before the captors ended his suffering with a gunshot to the head. That’s one incredibly slow and torturous method to execute someone.

The victim remains unidentified. The drum with his body was found at around 3:30am on October 12, 2012 on the banks of irrigation canal known as La Compuerta (The Gate), on the road leading to the farm field of Batan, about 50 meters south of highway between Navolato and Culiacán in Sinaloa.

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58 thoughts on “Mexican Execution – Body Found Buried Alive in Concrete”

          1. The concrete mix literally sucks the water out of you so in order for him to have lived that long, they would have had to gave him tons of water.

      1. Cement when wet can cause severe burns, I’d say this guy was in excruciating pain the entire time until they finished him off, the caustic burns and then the constriction once the concrete had set…..and you just know that they amused themselves for the 3 days by throwing pebbles at his protruding head.

        1. This is probably one of the most brutal things I’ve seen on this site. Not the most gory thing for sure, but chemical burns + constriction for three whole days? Screwdriver victim wouldn’t even trade places with this poor dude.

    1. It sort of slimes because it can’t expand. Since there is where his head is that any bloating would force his neck and skull up and be even more disgusting than it already is. So it looks like the coroner caught a break on this one.

  1. The problem with being artistic in your approach to your work is that the mediocre and psychologically woebegone will rip you off rotten with their blatant acts of plagiarism and intellectual theft therefore you end up with a situation of trying to find new and inventive ways to communicate your art.

    The body in a barrel of concrete for a few days before death is an interesting adaptation of the good old body in barrel routine however by next year it will be out of fashion just like flares.

  2. I wonder if this was pure sadism or a method for extracting info. If there’s no space between the skin and the dried cement what happens when you have to piss or shit? It’s gotta go somewhere right? Where? I’m serious. How you gonna force that turd out of your butt if there’s nowhere for the turd to go? I honestly don’t think you’d be able to piss or shit once it dried. Keep supplying that person with water and food they’ll die of a burst bladder or backed up bowels or something.

    1. I’m thinking that progressively, his breathing created enough of a void that while the cement hardened, the cement maintained that void for him, before truly setting. Now the suffering man had enough room to allow the life-continuing function of breathing to continue while the rest of his body surface was ravaged by the alkalinity of the surrounding and continuously chemically reacting concrete. In other words: mega-brutal.

    2. I agree. The same situation happens to guys which get killed burying water and sewage pipes. The piping to residential users, in many areas, are about six to ten feet deep and often they are only buried to their chest.

      They very quickly asphyxiate. Every time they exhale the earth moves in and occupies that space and then they cannot expand their lungs. With a very heavy liquid like concrete not to mention to be in a closed container like a 55 gallon drum I would imagine the time would be greatly shortened.

      Chances are he was put in the drum after he was shot in the head and the concrete was to weigh him down when dumped into a body of water.

      I’m guessing the murders either lost him off the back of the truck or didn’t want to wast the gas to drive to a body of water.

      Anyhoo, the medical examiner is going to need a couple of cold chisels and perhaps a rotary hammer.

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