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A Mexican rapper and YouTube star confessed this week to dissolving the bodies of three missing film students in acid — at the behest of a drug cartel, according to new reports.
Christian Omar Palma Gutierrez, better known as “QBA,” has been detained over the deaths of Salomon Aceves Gastelum, 25, Daniel Diaz, 20, and Marco Avalos, 20, in western Jalisco state last month, Agence France-Presse reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
He confessed to state prosecutors that he disposed of the bodies after the three victims were kidnapped, tortured and murdered, the outlet reported.
Gutierrez admitted that a friend recruited him three months ago to work for the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel, and that he had received 3,000 pesos — nearly $159 — a week.
“He has participated in three other previous murders,” chief investigator Lizette Torres told the outlet.
The New York Post also reported:
But they mistook the students for members of the rival gang — with whom they had been battling over drug turf — and abducted them on a road near the house while dressed as police officers, prosecutors said.
The cartel members interrogated the students at a safe house and beat one of them so badly, he died — prompting them to kill the other two, Torres told the paper.
They then took them to another home and dumped their bodies in sulfuric acid to hide evidence, she said.
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