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"Stewmaker" Dissolves About 300 People In Acid For Drug Lord

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MEXICO CITY, Mexico (CNN) -- A suspect in police custody calls himself a "stewmaker" for a Mexican drug lord, saying he disposed of about 300 bodies by dissolving them in acid.

Santiago Meza Lopez was arrested Thursday in Ensenada, Baja California, but it took police 24 hours to identify him. He says he works for drug lord Teodoro Garcia Simental, also known as "el Teo," a powerful drug trafficker.

Meza, who is shown handcuffed and flanked by guards in video released by the government, calls himself "Teo's stewmaker" and says he was paid $600 a week for his macabre duties. The victims, he said, were men who owed Garcia something or had betrayed him.

A native of Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Meza was arrested along with three other people, including a minor female who said she was contracted for a social event. Other people sought by police were in the area at the time but were able to escape, officials said.

Now, Meza is asking for forgiveness.

"To the families, please forgive me," he said in the video.

Mexican police have not specifically said whether they believe that all elements of Meza's story are credible.

He has told police where he buried some of the bodies.

Now authorities, along with citizens groups and the families of the disappeared, are searching for them.

They hope Meza could have information about the location of their friends and relatives.

Authorities say Garcia formed part of the Arellano Felix cartel but is currently said by intelligence sources to be operating with the Sinaloa cartel.

Officials say seven brothers and four sisters of the Arellano-Felix family inherited the Tijuana, Mexico-based drug cartel from Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo in 1989, after his arrest for drug trafficking.

Today, the notorious cartel is split into two factions that have engaged in brutal fighting that has accounted for nearly all the violence in Tijuana, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. More than 400 people were killed last year in drug-related violence.

Eduardo Arellano-Felix, who police said was the last remaining brother to have an active role in the cartel, was arrested in October.

Santiago Meza Lopez​


munster in my pocket
Stop the prohibition to end these drug lords once and for all.


Did it on 'em
Something juicer than the angry white man, unbelievable.

"'To the families, please forgive me,' he said in the video."

What the hell.


Charmander! Yay!
That guy looks like a terrorist.
This is normal for this world.
So many people want to do this so it's bound to happen...

Cain Nightroad

says he was paid $600 a week for his macabre duties.

"Macabre" is a bit of an understatement, though at least he dissolved corpses, not living beings. If this one man has been doing such things to please this so-called "el Teo," then I'm sure that this "el Teo" has enough money to get someone else to do this kind of work. This is why the police should focus on "el Teo" quickly, before he has the chance to replace Lopez.

Of course, Teo probably replaced Lopez within 24 hours of his "stewmaker"'s arrest. Alas, thus is the network power of a drug lord.
I was making an attempt at sarcasm.

Anyway, I wonder if that stew he was making had any more ingredients besides bodies. LOL

lol? While he obviously dissolved them in acid, probably hydrochloric. Anyway, that was really not funny.

Money makes people do some messed up shit.


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Theres a lot of sick people in this world..


super noob
Sounds like something out of a horror movie. I wonder if anyone had to eat the stew.

woot21 out dawgs


It seems the Mexican's are giving the people of the middle east a run for their money for being the new stereotype for terrorism.


The 90's
Wait his asking forgiveness? Who would give him that?
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