Machete Murder Victim Unearthed in Chiapas, Mexico

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Machete Murder Victim Unearthed in Chiapas, Mexico

Property dispute lead to a murder of a farmer by two friends. It happened in Tuxtla Chico, state of Chiapas, Mexico. The farmer was killed with a machete and then buried in dirt.

58 year old Eleazin González Gómez reportedly bought a piece of land for $70,000 and was waiting for the papers from former owner. Former owner however delayed the paperwork so not to wait any longer, the victim brought in building supplies and started building a cabin. That was the last time the victim’s son – Arturo González Blanco saw his father. Suspecting that something went afoul, Arturo alarmed the authorities.

Police learned that before his disappearance, the farmer went to have a few drinks with the man who sold him the land – identified as Mr. Eleazín and his friend Ricardo Garay. During the questioning of the two, they confessed to killing the farmer. One had a machete and hacked him up, the other didn’t and used stones to smash his head with. Ricardo returned to the murder scene the following morning with a shovel and a pick to bury the victim they had left in the cornfield.

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59 thoughts on “Machete Murder Victim Unearthed in Chiapas, Mexico”

  1. Has anyone seen Ross Kemp in Juarez? Great episode where you see residents accept murder as a daily happening and have grown numb to it. Something like 6 to 12 murders a day. Fucked up shit to say the least.

    1. Btw I would just like to say anyone who believes in man made religion should really, really think harder. Perhaps their is a creator, but our language cannot begin to describe this realm. I just don’t understand how people belive all this pure bullshit. The best philosophy is to treat this life as if it’s your last, and it definitely will be in terms of the reality we live in. Although yes, sometimes I do wish I was believer in God & Jesus’s miracles so I could live free of this burden, but the truth also sets me. Thankyou.

  2. When I see things like this, part of me wants Mexicans to escape to the US for a better life. But the bigger part of me wants them to stay beneath the border and keep their drug carteling, farmer murdering, dismembering to themselves.

        1. Mexicans need to stay in their own country and work together to clean up the violence and getting their economy back on track.The citizens of the United States need to work on their own country. Cleaning up and down-sizing the beast that is the government that’s out of control and needs to be held accountable for all of their misdeeds,The US has enough of their own problems without taking on the huge burdens of trying to be financially responsible for the thousands of foreigners who come here illegally every single day!!!

    1. I thought it looked like they tried to burn him and it was just ash. If it was lye I don’t think the guy digging ( with his hands) would be doing it that way. But hey, I’m not there nor am I a forensic scientist. Either way he has a nice hole in his chest cavity.

  3. This sucks. A man works hard all his life and saves enough money to buy a farm and the cowardly seller and a friend murder him. Did they really think they’d get away with it? I hope they die in jail. I feel bad for his family. RIP primo!

    1. @Anna, why is it that every time you post it’s all “dark” and negative crap? Do you not have anything else to add?
      Does life really suck for you that much?

      I’m sorry if I’ve picked up on something that is really not there! But you just seem so angry!!!

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