4/13/2017 The Washington Post
MEXICO CITY — The drug war has taken flight.
Even by the macabre standards of Mexican narcotics traffickers, this week’s bizarre aerial events seem to be elevating the conflict to new frontiers.
Around dawn, a low-flying airplane buzzing over the Eldorado area in the coastal state of Sinaloa — the old stomping grounds of drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán — started tossing out bodies. An estimated three corpses came crashing down in the area, according to Mexican news reports, including one that landed on the roof of a local public clinic. That semi-clothed person, with signs of torture, had a bag over its head, Milenio news agency reported.