Eight from ‘Holy Death’ cult arrested in Mexico over ritual sacrifices of woman and two 10-year-old boys

By | April 3, 2012

The 'Santa Muerte' (Holy Death) cult in Mexico places great importance on the dead Eight people have been arrested in northern Mexico have over the killing of two 10-year-old boys and a woman in what appears to be ritual sacrifices.

Prosecutors in Sonora, in the north-west of the country have accused the suspects of belonging to the La Santa Muerte (Holy Death) cult.

The victims’ blood has been poured round an altar to the idol, which is portrayed as a skeleton holding a scythe and clothed in flowing robes.

The cult, which celebrates death, has been growing rapidly in Mexico in the last 20 years, and now has up to two million followers.

Jose Larrinaga, spokesman for Sonora state prosecutors, said the most recent killing was earlier this month, while the other two were committed in 2009 and 2010.

Their bodies were found at the altar site in the small mining community of Nacozari, 70 miles south of Douglas, Arizona.

Investigations were launched after the family of 10-year-old Jesus Octavio Martinez Yanez reported him missing early this month. …

via Eight people from ‘Holy Death’ cult arrested in Mexico over ritual sacrifices of woman and two 10-year-old boys | Mail Online.

We must be alert to resurfacings of witch hunts and human sacrifices from a much stupider time in human history. May these murderous idiots rot in jail and never breed.

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