An innocent Mexican couple is lynched by the vigilantes, who suspected they were trying to kidnap a child

The villagers consider as official surveys the area where a man and a woman were a mistake for kidnappers of children and lynched on Thursday in Mexico

For the second time in three days, a local Mexican mafia mistakenly took justice into their own hands, killing two suspects who thought they were going to kidnap a child.

According to Mayor Ismael Gadoth Tapia, some 300 villagers gathered in the middle of a dirt road in Santa Ana Ahuehuepan, a small town in the state of Hidalgo, and set a man and woman on fire on Thursday.

His murder is the second lynching that has occurred in Mexico this week.

Linchan a couple in community of Tula

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On Thursday afternoon, residents of the community of Santa Ana Ahuehuepan in the municipality of Tula, detained and lynched two people, who reported trying to a minor, events that occurred on the road Tula – Santa Ana Ahuehuepan.

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Posted by Quadratín Hidalgo on Friday, August 31, 2018

The villagers consider as official surveys the area where a man and a woman were a mistake for kidnappers of children and lynched on Thursday in Mexico

The villagers consider as official surveys the area where a man and a woman were a mistake for kidnappers of children and lynched on Thursday in Mexico

The body of one of the victims in the lynching on Thursdays. Four people have been innocently murdered by mobs in Mexico, who have mistaken them for kidnappers of children

The body of one of the victims in the lynching on Thursdays. Four people have been innocently murdered by mobs in Mexico, who have mistaken them for kidnappers of children

The body of one of the victims in the lynching on Thursdays. Four people have been innocently murdered by mobs in Mexico, who have mistaken them for kidnappers of children

On Wednesday, Alberto Flores Morales, 53, and his nephew, Ricardo Flores Rodríguez, 21, were cordoned off by a furious mob, who forced them out of their truck and physically attacked them before police officers arrived. .

A group of about 150 people rushed to a station in the small town of San Francisco Boquerón in the state of Puebla.

The crowd was able to dominate the police force and forcibly expelled the two men from the cell where they were being held for their safety. Then they took them outside and burned them alive.

In the similar attack on Thursday in Santa Ana, the 40-year-old man, whose name has not been released, was beaten and set on fire before dying there.

The body of a man, who was confused on Thursday with a kidnapper, is in the middle of a road in Mexico after an angry crowd lynched him and a woman who was with him

The body of a man, who was confused on Thursday with a kidnapper, is in the middle of a road in Mexico after an angry crowd lynched him and a woman who was with him

The body of a man, who was confused on Thursday with a kidnapper, is in the middle of a road in Mexico after an angry crowd lynched him and a woman who was with him

Officer reviews the body of the 40-year-old man who was tortured and burned alive

Officer reviews the body of the 40-year-old man who was tortured and burned alive

Officer reviews the body of the 40-year-old man who was tortured and burned alive

The woman, who is over 50 years old but whose identity has not been confirmed by the law enforcement authorities, was transported to a hospital where she eventually died of burns.

The authorities said that both lived in the region near the municipality of Tula.

The police tried to break the lynching but could not do much, but they saw it as the deadly event on Wednesday afternoon.

A police report indicated that villagers were warned of possible hijacking through a series of WhatsApp messages.

Hidalgo's secretary of public security, Mauricio Delmar, told a news conference on Thursday that rumors of possible kidnappings on various social networks were completely false and that the collective psychosis had overtaken people and was costing them lives.

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