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Finally some justice.
Mexican police have arrested six people in connection to the tragic murders of Ali Landry's in-laws, Juan Manuel Gómez Fernández and Juan Manuel Gómez Monteverde, according the federal police Chief Francisco Galindo.
ICYMI: Landry's film director husband Alejandro Gomez Monteverde's brother and father were held hostage for over two weeks in early September, and were later found dead in Pueblo Viejo in northern Veracruz after reportedly suffering severe brain trauma.
Galindo said the arrests were made on Saturday during an operation to find the suspects holding six Central American migrants hostage. The gang is suspected of at least 20 cases of kidnapping or homicide — including that of Landry's family members.
Wow. What a tragic story.
Our hearts continue to go out to Ali's family during this difficult time.
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The wound is still fresh for Ali Landry and her family.
Just a month after Ali's father-in-law and brother-in-law were found murdered in Mexico allegedly at the hands of drug cartel members, the mom of three shared an emotional and touching throwback post.
In the picture, Landry's daughter, Estela, clutches her late grandpa's neck while the late Juan Manuel Gómez Fernández appears overwhelmed with tears of happiness.
Take a look at the sad yet tender moment (below):
ICYMI: The Eve star's in-laws, Juan Manuel Gómez Fernández and Juan Manuel Gómez Monteverde, were found dead in the Veracruz region of Mexico after reportedly suffering brain trauma.
It's said that Alejandro Gomez Monteverde's family was held hostage for over two weeks and eventually killed — despite the fact that a ransom was paid for their release.
What a good friend.
For those who don't know, Ali's family members were kidnapped on September 4 and then found dead on September 19. Investigators say the two were found in a rural area and sustained traumatic brain injuries. Prosecutors believe the slayings were connected to gang activity in the area.
Needless to say, the tragedy has been especially difficult for Landry and it's no surprise her BFF is lending her a shoulder to cry on. The gorgeous gals have been friends for YEARS and often go to mommy events in Hollywood with their children, so we imagine Richards was one of the first confidantes Landry called upon hearing the news.
We wish the best to Ali and her family during this difficult time.
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This is truly horrible.
A little over two weeks ago, the brother and father of Ali Landry's husband, Alejandro Gómez Monteverde, were kidnapped in Tamaulipas, Mexico.
Sadly, now, it's being reported that Juan Manuel Gómez Fernández and Juan Manuel Gómez Monteverde have been killed.
Sources are saying Ali's in-laws were found dead in Veracruz, Mexico, and their heads had been injured pretty badly. So far, neither she nor her director husband have said anything on the sad subject.
But, on Monday Eduardo Verástegui — who produced Alejandro's film Little Boy — took to Twitter to extend his sympathies in Spanish. The English translation reads:
"With a heart full of pain and sadness, I ask for prayers for my friend and 'compadre' Alejandro Gomez Monteverde and all his family. My deepest condolences to my soul brother, I love you so much 'compadre,' I put my heart in your hands and I join you in this deep pain."
We don't know too much about the kidnapping, killing, or murder, but the 38-year-old's brother used to be a business partner at La Perecita, a restaurant that supposedly has drug cartel connections.
We can't even begin to imagine what this family is going through right now, and our hearts go out to everyone affected by this terrible tragedy.
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