September 3, 2010
A survivor of a massacre in Mexico that left 72 dead is advising other would-be migrants to stay at home to avoid a fate like the one his companions met.
The victims in the killings, which happened in northern Mexico, were migrants from Central and South America who were on their journey north.
In an interview with Ecuadorean state television, the survivor, identified as Luis Freddy Lala, spoke about the harrowing ordeal. Although his name has been released, his face was blurred on camera.
Lala said his journey began in Ecuador, and from there he traveled to Honduras and then to Guatemala. During that leg of the trip, “everything was fine,” he said.
This article was posted: Friday, September 3, 2010 at 12:28 pm