Suspects named in Mexican pirate attack

One of the biggest crimes in the news recently has to do with two tourists who were reportedly attacked by Mexican pirates on a lake that straddles the U.S./Mexican border.  The strange things to think about is that there is a lake that straddles the border and that there might be pirates on them.   Now there are developments in this tale.

The pirates reportedly attacked a tourist couple as they took photos on the Mexican side.  The husband was reportedly shot and knocked off of his jet ski.  His wife tried to get back and get him but she came under fire.

Now the Mexican authorities have finally been named.  This is a significant development in the story and shows that the authorities are lending credence to the wife’s story.

For more information about this, read the article HERE.

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3 Responses to Suspects named in Mexican pirate attack

  1. michellefrommadison says:

    Why has Tiffany not been arrested and charged with her husband’s murder? If it was a man claiming that same story, he would be in jail awaiting trial.

    • brywalaspa says:

      I think it’s pretty much been proven, by now, that even the authorities think she was telling the truth

      • michellefrommadison says:

        Not according to some Experts in both the United States and Mexico. But, maybe the authorities in Japan, Korea, or Thailand perhaps. Hope they charge Tiff with a death penalty-eligible crime, for Justice of her husband she appears to have killed. What a scam by her, when is the last time you heard of a couple going jet-skiing and one of them is killed by pirates? None that I know of.

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