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    ¨EL GOYO CARDENAS¨ THE CHOKE OF TACUBA Gregorio Cárdenas Hernández committed his murders between August and September 1942, due to which he is considered a lightning killer. The nickname Strangler of Tacuba is because his residence was located in the famous Tacuba neighborhood of Mexico City. On August 15, 1942 he received at his home a 16-year-old prostitute named María de los Ángeles González and nicknamed «Bertha». After having sex with her, Cárdenas strangled her with a cord and buried her body in her garden. In the following days he murdered two more minor prostitutes. One of them was initially identified and buried as Raquel González León, 14, until months later she appeared alive, currently not knowing the identity of the true victim. Due to the strong impression of the news of the false death, González León's sister died due to a heart attack. The third murdered prostitute, named Rosa Reyes Quiroz, refused to sleep with him and tried to resist the attack, finally succumbing to the criminal. Finally, Cárdenas murdered Graciela Arias Ávalos, 21, a student at the National Preparatory School of the UNAM and the daughter of a renowned Mexican criminal lawyer, a friend she was in love with. Due to Graciela's loving rejection and a slap that he tried to kiss her forcibly, the murderer beat her to death in her car, later burying her in her garden with the rest of the victims.   He is probably the most famous serial killer in Mexico. In 1942, Gregorio Cárdenas was 27 years old and was a leading student of Chemistry at UNAM. He lived with his mother in Tacuba and had a job at Pemex, a company where he was also part of the union. On September 2, 1942, Gregorio argued with his girlfriend, Graciela Arias, killed her and then buried her in the garden of her house. The complaint of Graciela's father took the police to the garden of Gregorio's house, where they would find three other buried bodies, the three of women who were engaged in prostitution. Cárdenas was locked in Lecumberri, but his story didn 't stop there. Cárdenas, also known as ‘The Tacuba Strangler’, was acquitted in 1976 by the pardon of then President Luis Echeverría. The same year, the Congress of the Union paid him a tribute for being an example of social rehabilitation. Later, Gregorio Cárdenas entered UNAM and obtained a law degree. His story has been very documented in Mexico, in books like Los mil y un velorios, by Carlos Monsiváis, and in the Red Book, a compilation of texts on crime in Mexico, edited by the Fondo de Cultura Económica, which presents us with a text by Vicente Leñero called 'Las Muertas de Goyo'.


Sep 22, 2019


Sep 22, 2019
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