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Breaking: Ancient Mayan pyramid foreclosed on, demolished

by Lalo Alcaraz on May 14, 2013 in Doomsday Countdown, El Now, Pocho Ñews Service

(PNS reporting from BELIZE CITY) The Nohmul complex, an ancient Mayan pyramid in the north of this Central American country, was recently bulldozed by a local contractor who used the crushed rock to “fill” a road. Nohmul was utilized as a ceremonial center 2,300 years ago.

After public outcry from archaeologists, local authorities said they would investigate the demolition.

Belize real estate attorney Alejandro Bolsa de Duchez defended the destruction:

The Mayans could not keep up on their payments and were foreclosed on and evicted long ago, so I don’t know why anyone is crying about this. The place doesn’t even have functioning toilets. The electrical is primitive, at best. Face it, it’s not a fixer-upper, it’s a teardown.

Unfortunately the contractor completely desecrated this ancient Mayan artifact merely to fill a road. They could have done something useful, like build a Wal-Mart, like they do in Mexico.

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panji June 8, 2013 at 12:06 PM

very stupid, stupid’ stupid things that i ever seen in my life!

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