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Mexican security forces last week were bringing refrigeration equipment for the bodies of 72 Central and South American migrants whose massacre at a remote ranch in northern Mexico is thought to have been the work of drug-cartel gunmen, while investigators tried to determine their identities and why they were gunned down 100 miles from the U.S. border.
Teresa Delagadillo, who works at the Casa San Juan Diego shelter in Matamoros just across from Brownsville, Texas, said she often hears stories about criminal gangs kidnapping and beating migrants to demand money — but never a horror story on the scale of last week's massacre.
"There hadn't been reports that they had killed them," she said.