Friday, December 31, 2010

FBI agents's son murdered in Culialcan

An FBI agent's son was gunned down at point-blank range outside a taco stand in northwest Mexico, authorities said yesterday.

Christopher Elecnis Mandil, 26, a mariachi musician from Arizona, was getting out of his SUV with his girlfriend at the Tacos Sonora in Culiacan when a lone gunman strode up to the pair, the news Web site Milenio.com reported.

The gunman pulled a 9mm weapon and pumped two bullets into Mandil as his girlfriend watched in horror, authorities said. The shooter fled on foot. Authorities said they didn't know a motive for the attack. The US Embassy declined to comment.

Wikileaks Reveals at least 10 DEA officers and 51 FBI contacts have murdered.

Another cable, dating from early 2009, well before cartel gunmen began targeting U.S. government employees, analyzed how long U.S. officials would remain safe, noting that gunmen "have shown little reticence about going after some of our most reliable partners in Mexican law enforcement agencies."

"Ten close DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) law enforcement liaison officers have been killed since 2007, seven of whom were members of Special Vetted Units. Similarly, within the past two years 51 close FBI contacts have been murdered," the cable said.

A little more than a year later, on March 13, gunmen in Ciudad Juarez across from El Paso, Texas, executed an American who worked at the U.S. consulate and her American husband, as well as a Mexican employee of the consulate, as they left a children's party in separate vehicles. Whether the victims were targeted as U.S. diplomats remains unclear.

Sources: Milenio, El Universal, NY Post Wire Services, Tim Johnson for Mclatchy Newspapers


15 comments:

  1. We got one man down, and a distraught girl-friend. Looks like it's Mandil's kid. My gawd, have they no shame? For christsakes, he's just a boy! Looks like they've made us but no worry, we got plenty of them Mexicans to throw at'em. If it's one thing we got it's plenty of help. Heh, heh. Listen up, send Mrs. Mandil some flowers, better make it yellow lillies. I need two men to look into this here boy's death. The press is going to love this so get me somebody that can come up with a quick cover story. Let's just say he was here vacationing, looking for a home or something. Can't have them running around here asking too many questions. It could make us look silly really. These people, they don't respect the law, especially one sticking their nose where it don't belong.

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  2. WHAT A MORON!!!!!! WHAT THE F@#$ WAS HE DOING IN CULIACAN AT A TACO STAND OUT AT ALMOST MIDNIGHT? HE WAS FROM ARIZONA AND HIS DAD IS IN THE FBI,STAY IN ARIZONA-WHAT A MORON!!!! I AM FROM CULIACAN AND HAVE FAMILY DOWN THERE,THEY EVEN TOLD ME TO STAY HERE IN THE US FOR THE HOLIDAYS.THERE ARE WAY TOO MANY HATERS IN CULIACAN, AND NOBODY KNOWS WHO WORKS FOR WHO-IF YOU ARE A MALE BETWEEN 16 AND 40-YOU ARE PRETTY MUCH A TARGET....

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  3. You have no right to call him a moron .he wasn't asking to get killed . Mexico is out of control with all these killings and no one does a damn thing about it . Rest in peace Chris .

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  4. Mexico out of control, what do you call this ? (CBS/AP) A federal judge denied bail Tuesday for two Pennsylvania teens who pleaded not guilty to a hate crime charge in the death of a Mexican immigrant, noting that one defendant is accused of kicking the victim in the head "as if you were kicking a field goal."

    Brandon Piekarsky, 18, and Derrick Donchak, 19, were charged in the July 2008 beating death of 25-year-old Luis Ramirez in the town of Shenandoah. A separate indictment charges three police officers with obstructing the investigation into Ramirez's death

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  5. Who on earth vacations in Sinaloa? Might as well take a vacation in Afghanistan...

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  6. One dead mexican , illegally in a country you'll compare to over 30,000 dead in four years. With over 200 being Americans?? Your chatting me right?

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  7. well i vacation in sinaloa every winter and summer

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  8. Ive been in juarez recently me my uncle and cousin were targeted by the local cartel. Maybe because we where new faces me and my cousin survied but my uncle didnt. Mexico is not a vacation spot I have roots and family out thier im pro boder protection 110 percent. Thiers no answer or solution for what.s happing in mexico. FBI agent son probably did not want to except mexicos reality and paid with his lifew

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  9. I guess nobody here has any love for the FBI. Back over at the blogdelnarco and diariodelnarco everybody's saying this will surely make the 'gringos' cross over to clean up their mess and most of them want it to happen too. It's not that they love us Americans, Mexicans despise us actually, it's that they're tired of their government falling short on their promises every year. There are a few I did notice warning the pro-interventionists that if America does go in that it will make house-to-house sweeps in the middle of the night, Iraq-style; that there'll be innocent civilian casualties. Others see that as the price that have to pay if they want things to get better. I actually thought we'd have more condemnations here as well since after all, he was a U.S. citizen.

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  10. All you need to shut the f**k up!

    That was/ is my cousin and he's just a kid! Like always the news got this info wrong again. He is 22 years old, and Chris and my Tia (my Tia-Aunt for you dumb **ses)went to Mexico to see his wife and to enjoy Mexico (like most American's or foreigners do). Second they have his name all wrong because as always the news (doesn't matter where your live) will jump w/ just about any information. Respect the dead! It doesn't matter where you live or what country you visit something is always going to happen. Just because we're American's doesn't mean where held to our laws on their land. Crime or no crime...shit happens. It's also nobodies business if my Tia works for the FBI. Who she works for is no concern of yours...I SAY AGAIN...I AM DEMANDING IT! "RESPECT THE DEAD!"

    As for you reporters get your facts straight and check your f**king resources (as if you had any!)

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  11. If 11:41 really is the cousin of this person then first of all I'm sorry for the loss in your family, and understand people will make ill comments no matter what the topic is.

    "As for you reporters get your facts straight and check your f**king resources (as if you had any!)"

    I listed them at the bottom of the article when I first published it.

    Sources: Milenio, El Universal, NY Post Wire Services, Tim Johnson for Mclatchy Newspapers

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  12. I think he thought he was too important to get killed because of who his family is in the US. BIG mistake, HUGE. People don't give a fuck who you are here or there and he got twisted up. He was not ready for his situation and paid for it with his life. Law of the jungle. Put him in the ground and get over it. Maybe others will learn not to act like they can walk around in peoples backyad without getting regulated. Hell the CIA has all kinds of people in Mexico. The cartels know who they are. They will end up hanging from the bridges as well.

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  13. yeap...they don't give a shit ..who you are cause they know once they kill you ..they can just cruise away and that is it...
    it is always funny to see the forensic team with the white suits collecting evidence after a murder...evidence that will never be processed or used

    and because Mexico is under Napoleanic code the accused has the right to refute the accuser in open court...so if you are gonna testigo against a narco...they are gonna get to know just who you are for the revenge later

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  14. @ 3:23
    "Maybe others will learn ..." What the fuck does that mean? Go to Mexico expect to get "regulated"? The ones hanging from the bridges are mexicans put there by mexicans. Listen to yourself moron. How do you know what he thought about himself.

    Just pay your cuota and shut up.

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  15. I've never been to this site before, but like many americans, we really have no sense of what is going on in Mexico. Basically, an unjust govt is in cahoots with the drug trade, while at the same time they fight this drug trade, or try to keep it in the hands of their own, meanwhile allowing the USA to deal guns and buy drugs.

    Mexico is a fricking disaster area. Don't go there. Simple as that. You're actually helping the country by not spending any money there. It seems like no accident that this all started with Calderon's stealing the election from Obrador. I wish there was more analysis on that front. I will say as an American, I heard NOTHING of this in the news. There's a blackout on news of Americans getting killed in Mexico, because it will inflame tensions.

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