Three child kidnappers burned alive by raging mob after boy, 11, murdered

Three child kidnappers were lynched and burned alive by an enraged mob in Quatemala after they abducted and murdered an 11-year-old boy.

Selvin Pérez, 24, Samuel Godínez, 38 and Ovidio Méndez, 24, were set upon by angry locals in the village of Xémal, in Colotenango after they were arrested and taken into the police station.

The evil trio had abducted Freddy Méndez, 11 on August 12 and requested $1,900 (£1,600) for his release.

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The trio believed as Freddy's father lived in America they would receive the money.

While keeping the child captive, the abductors took a photo of him captive with a shotgun close to his face.

The ransom was paid to the kidnappers but Freddy was never released.

On Monday (August 22), the three men were arrested and taken to the police staton in the village where the mob gathered.

After capturing one of the men, he admitted that Freddy had been shot in the head and buried in a pit.

In response, the locals burned him alive before storming the police station and burning the other two men.


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