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In 48 Hours a Second Prominent Member of the PRI Party Executed

Monday, September 17, 2012 |

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Second execution in 48 hours



Prosecutors reported that a state legislator who belonged to the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, was murdered on Sunday, Mexico's Independence Day, in Mexico state, which surrounds the Federal District and forms part of the Mexico City metropolitan area..
Jaime Serrano Cedillo was stabbed, the Mexico state Attorney General's Office said.
Serrano Cedillo, a "local legislator from the 25th district of Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, was hospitalized around 1330 hours on Sept. 16 and lost his life from the wounds," the AG's office said in a statement.
The lawmaker was stabbed in Nezahualcoyotl, a city about 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) from Mexico C
"The Mexico state prosecutor's office will conduct the corresponding investigation to determine how the incidents occurred and find the whereabouts of the suspect or suspects, and will work in strict observance of the law," the AG's office said.
Prosecutors did not say whether the lawmaker's killing was linked to organized crime.
Eduardo Castro Luque and Family
Serrano Cedillo died less than two days after Eduardo Castro Luque, another PRI member, was gunned down.
Castro Luque was shot dead Friday night outside his house in Ciudad Obregon, a city in the northern state of Sonora.
The long-time businessman was elected to represent the 17th district in Cajeme and was to have taken office this week.
 
Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto, of the PRI, discussed Castro Luque's killing in a Twitter posting.
"I condemn the murder of Dep. Eduardo Castro. I am confident that the full force of the law will be brought to bear on those responsible. My thoughts are with his family," Peña Nieto said.
Mexico state Gov. Eruviel Avila Villegas, who also belongs to the PRI, expressed concern over Serrano Cedillo's death and said he ordered Attorney General Miguel A. Contreras to investigate the lawmaker's murder.
"We will find the person or persons responsible and will bring the full weight of the law down on them. My thoughts are with the family of Jaime Serrano Cedillo," the governor said. EFE
 
Thank you to the reader for providing the link to this homage...Paz, Chivis

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Anonymous said...

Homenaje al Sr.Jaime Serrano Cedillo:

http://www.vivorecuerdo.com/Esquelas/Paga/img111.php

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Anonymous said...

"I am confident that the full force of the law will be brought to bear on those responsible"

hellooooo wakey wakeyyyyy!!! you know what country your in right? your in Mexico! there is no law!!

Anonymous said...

By making backroom deals with the cartels, the PRI has collaborated with the “beast” now the “beast” has turned the tables on the PRI and dictates to them. No turning back now... Pandora’s box has been unleashed...

Anonymous said...

maybe nieto pena will open his eyes and continue the drug war that calderon started.

OMEEZY said...

All hell IS breaking LOOSE.!





Arriva LOS Zetas de DGO.

El pepino tu madre

Anonymous said...

Its no secrete that the cartel(s) have owned the PRI for decades. They are weeding out the suspected do gooders they feel are the weak links... SILVER OR LEAD? - CHIVO

Anonymous said...

& 6:08 PM

Calderon never started it idiot! he went ahead and started trying to get rid of them yeh but they was around long before he came into office.

People also whine about his decision to fight the cartels but what is he supposed to do just say the government will surrender all arms to them? sure things are bad but they would be wayyyy worse if Calderon was not trying to fight the cartels. He can't win either way in the eyes of the public with dumb asses like you in it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, great going! Whoever killed him destroyed the entire family basically: "congratulations sicarios, ratas del país, PIOJOS DE MEXICO!!"

Anonymous said...

Just a message being sent to the PRI letting them know who is really in control. Consider them warning shots.

NGato44 said...

I have to agree with Chivo on this one, either the cartels are cleaning house or the incoming administration. I was listening to a post by Bill Conroy last night regarding his take on the upcoming Zambada Niebla and he made an amazing point. He said that in the US when they want to get rid of someone outspoken, they will discredit you to the point you want to take yourself out, where in Mexico you are are just silenced for good, no ifs, ands or buts about it. Sad.

Anonymous said...

I really hope all the people who do this get caught or killed. Eventually they will get killed.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have an update on the jail break in piedras negras coahuila?

Anonymous said...

Nice photo of the family,despicable act..it just doesnt stop this violence..horrible i dont know what else too say,this is fucked!!!!

Anonymous said...

Confirmed 132 prisoners escaped 86 federal n 46 common case supposedly the director helped build the tunnel by the carpentry area

Anonymous said...

Taliban turncoat bitch.

Anonymous said...

whaaa?... "arriva LOS Zetas..."?? stfu. drop your pompoms and jump of a bridge you poor excuse of a human being. how about "arriva Mexico y todos los inocentes que solo tratan de sobrevivir"? zetas... cdg... cds... misma mierda.

arriva Mexico.

Anonymous said...

132 escapees and counting,supposed to be another Zeta planned jail break,too swell there troops on the outside they speculate.

Anonymous said...

@ 6:56

Calderon started this WAR. In war many many people die = lots of bodies. The cartels in this war need to appear active in it. Most of the mass killings and mass dumps of bodies found are of innocents, because its easier than rounding up your enemies.
So in this sense things are waaaay worse than before Calderon declared war on the cartels.
The way I see it, the cartels and violence is 100% a cultural thing. No matter what the government tries to do nothing will change. Even if the U.S. were to intervene, NOTHING will change. We have all heard it before but think of Afganastan, if U.S. ever leaves it will still be the same as before.
So in the end legalize drugs or deal/work with the cartels.
Maybe let them be and make them pay taxes on their profits and then use that money on the poor? Who knows its fucked

Anonymous said...

Arriva tu madre porq ando arriva de ella Weii culer000

Y arriva el CARTEL DE SINALOA .!

Anonymous said...

He did start it, it was the whole reason for the fraud in 2006. Put calderon to help chapo win mexico

Anonymous said...

los zetas me la pelan cdg

Anonymous said...

^^ sure buddy I'm sure you are actually let's see how tough you really are meet me so I can make you my bitch and show you the pain that the scum of Sinaloa has put its people through. You can't even imagine the pain I'd inflict on you you non human bacterial organism. You don't even deserve the luxury of a butter knife beheading slow agonizing death for you

Anonymous said...

El Chapo is smart, innovative, and old school, but you people give this guy TOO much credit and El mayo and Azul are laughing there asses off in broad daylight while hes forced to be in his own personal prison no family just crooked bodyguards no longer under his command this lop has lukeimia and bone disease he's dying daily he doesn't care about plazas Or any of this crap he just wants to be in peace but that's what he gets his people messed up a long time ago and Calderon has had a personal beef with him for years, the Mexican government is smarter than you think z40 z3 arturo mochomo you people don't know the real bosses. The real bosses never touch a shipment rarely make an order and live on ranches in normal conditions and have children that are doctors and lawyers they the true brains realize peace and freedom is greater than luxury. I'll tell you one boss (real boss) hasn't left cabo San Lucas for 2 1/2 years the real bosses were never young pushers and shakers they're brilliantly smart men that financed these things in the beginning. Anyone who says chapo this and that knows nothing of the things in Mexico
SALUDOS from Tamps.

Anonymous said...

September 18, 2012 9:13 AM
"He did start it, it was the whole reason for the fraud in 2006. Put calderon to help chapo win mexico"
Guzman was fighting this"war"openly in 2004 in NL.
La Barbie/BLO,etc against CDG/Z.Cowards want to blame Calderon for political reasons only.People should have supported him,he saw this bullshit going on,and tried to do something,and has had successes,now it will be futile if the new phony EPN capitulates to cartel and money.This so-called war was happening right before everyone's eyes,but they somehow seem to forget this.So cowards like you would have it go right back to the rampant corruption?Bodies will still be getting dumped,and women will still be kidnapped raped and murdered,but the numbers will go down?What happened to law and the rule of order?Safety for everyone,,,you like having armed commands rolling around?All Calderon's fault according to people like like you?

Anonymous said...

@September 18, 2012 8:30 AM orale pendejo te mojas cuando hablan de snitchaloa? son iguales que los zetas.

Anonymous said...

Chaputo snitchaloa from sinaloa wants too be your friend.

Anonymous said...

Eggs and fucken backey

Anonymous said...

In my opion Calderon is the only president with the balls to stand up to the cartels...n when there's war there's goin to be many casualties that's just how shit goes. 713

Anonymous said...

That sweet little boy is going have to grow up without his papa. He will remember! Woe be unto the cartels when he and so many orphans like him growup and take revenge.

Anonymous said...

Lol.
@September 18, 2012 2:55 PM
Chapo is everywhere and nowhere my brother. Chapo is free as free can be. You really think Chapo is hiding in a ditch like Saddam? Thats like saying Chapo had no idea the military were coming to raid his ranch, even though he got away every single time. Hell, the guy flys away in choppers when the military comes knocking, and you think he's not free?

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