A New Twist in the Horrific Massacre of American Moms and Kids in Mexico

The brutal killing of three American women and six children a week ago in Mexico sparked outrage on both sides of the border. Mexican President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador has promised justice, and already set up a special task force to find the attackers. President Donald J. Trump, meanwhile, has suggested American troops be recruited in the past by the NXIVM sex cult, although what, if anything, that might have to do with the murders remains unclear. What we do know is that 5,000 Mormon landowners with both U.S. and Mexican citizenship. Long isolated from their religious counterparts in the U.S., and in some cases allegedly reportedly were shot at point-blank range. Also, we now know the family had been …

The Mexican Cartels vs. a Mormon Sect: Behind the Horrific Massacre of American Moms and Children

In a massacre that shocked people around the world, three American women and six children were slaughtered by drug cartel sicarios in northern Mexico on Monday. They were killed in broad daylight while traveling in a convoy of SUVs. Several of them, including infant twins, burned to death when one of the cars exploded. Six more children were wounded. More than 24 hours after the attack, Mexican security forces have not identified which drug cartel was responsible for the killing. What is known is that the victims, members of the extended LeBaron family with dual U.S.-Mexican nationality, were part of a Mexico-based offshoot of the Mormon church whose leaders have defied violent drug cartels in the past. Mexican Security Secretary …

American Moms and Kids Massacred in Mexican Ambush That Killed at Least 9

A convoy of SUVs carrying American moms, kids, and babies in Mexico was attacked by drug cartel gunmen on Monday, killing at least nine passengers, including several children, authorities said. The victims, many of whom had dual Mexican-American citizenship, were members of the extended LeBarn family and belonged to a Mormon offshoot group that had settled in Bavispe in the Mexican border state of Sonora more than 50 years ago, according to Mexican officials. The three cars packed with kids and babies were heading to the Mexican state of Chihuahua when they came under heavy gunfire that left the vehicles burned out and riddled with bullets. Three women and six children, including 8-month-old twins, died in the horrific attack. Mexican …