Friday, October 5, 2012

WIDOW BLAMES GOVERNOR: Lalo's Funeral: Humberto Moreira Speaks About His Son

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Widow blames the governor of Coahuila for Lalo's death, demands he resign

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Lucero Davis, widow of Lalo Moreira speaks out on Twitter putting the blame for the death of her husband on the head of his uncle, Ruben Moreira, Governor of coahuila. The twitter account as been authenticated as belonging to LuceroThe Governor did not attend the funeral nor the Acuña mayor.
TOP: You don't know how to govern!!! This is your damn fault!!!! Resign
BOTTOM:I demand Justice!!!!! For the assassination my husband Jose Eduardo
 
An Eye for an Eye, A Nephew for a Nephew
Acuna is a town adjacent to Del Rio Texas.  It is a dusty border town that no one would choose to vacation in.  There is nothing pretty about Acuna, no tropical scenery, no impressive metropolitan it is just a town that at first glance is one that says, “nothing here”. I am not sure the why, but I fell in love with the border town.
This is the city Lalo lived in with his family.  His childhood was not the same as his siblings who were born within wedlock, fact is he was not even acknowledged as Humberto Moreira’s son until the senior Moreira was beginning his campaign for governor.   From all accounts however Humberto had made regular visits to Acuna to visit with his son and they appeared close. 
I have received a couple of comments, respectful, but objecting to what they perceived as a martyred view of Lalo.  That is not the case.  I can only report to you about my interaction with the young man.
I look at him and wonder, “was this Humberto at the same age”?  Humberto began with dreams of becoming a professor, did his life begin this way with a sincere intention to live an honorable life and things went horribly off course and he walked a path of corruption, betrayal and sin? I don’t know.  What I do know is in Mexico rarely is anything black and white there is a huge backstory and gray area to most issues.  Well intentioned dreams do not pardon a person from bad choices, but it does give a glimpse into the dilemma Mexicans find themselves when stepping into politics.  The video of the newly elected mayor’s meeting with the LFM cartel is a perfect example, in some parts of Mexico it is destined that one become that which they fought against, or in Humberto’s case worse.
With Lalo there are those that say he would have followed the path of his father, and perhaps that is true, though I think it would have been difficult for him not to, we will never know.  What I do know is that he did not die for his wrongdoings or collusion with criminals, but for those of his father and Uncle.  It is said he was chosen because he was an easy hit, he did not have the security that his siblings or cousins have.
It is said that Zetas leader Miguel Trevino was retaliating against the  uncle of Lalo, Coahuila Governor Ruben Moreira, for sending state troops to Piedras Negras which resulted in a shootout that claimed the life of Trevino’s nephew. This is the persistant soken about scenario, and I have no doubt they conducted theexecution  with the help of municipal police who sleep with the last letter.
All I can say for sure is that the Lalo that the people of Acuna knew,  worked diligently for the impoverished people and that he was loved.  He worked as hard when the cameras were off as when they were rolling.  So I just offer that at this point in his life it had not taken that dark path of the elder Moreiras. 
And that this is another tragedy of Mexico, it exemplifies how its brightest hope for the future seems to seldom culminate in the life expected.  Ultimately, corruption, crime, bigotry, coercion, and prejudice usually intercedes.  
Overview of video narrative of Humberto Moreira
On behalf of all my family I thank you for being here.
Months ago, I propose Lalo to stay living in Saltillo, I told him that I would like for him to move to Saltillo with his wonderful wife Lucero,  and he told me that wasn’t  his dream, that his dream was to live in the town  that he loved the most, Acuña.
At that time I told him that he could make a political career if that was what he wanted, he said: ok, wait dad, I don’t want to make a career in Saltillo, my biggest dream, my greatest wish is to one day become the mayor of Acuna.
Today it is just a dream, my son is dead. He didn’t accomplish either the dream of taking his son, which is not even one year old, to the lake fishing. It was the dream that my son, Jose Eduardo, talked about, every time he was at the house. He wished to see his son walk, he wanted to see him grow up, and he didn’t accomplish that dream either.
He had many dreams and now is truncated. All pains are strongly suffered  and when you lose someone is very hard but to lose a son, a husband, a brother and in the way it was lost, is very hard to overcome it and I want to thank you all that are accompanying us. The force of God is keeping me standing, our family and I feel our heart broken, and there is anybody that knows Lalo that can tell you how he was, a young man that lived modestly. He was achieving his goals.
One day,  a few months ago, I offered my son help by giving him additional income because we saw that his salary wasn’t letting him grow, economically speaking,  and Lalo refused it alo said that he wanted to grow with what he could accomplish with own salary. He wanted to start from the bottom.
My son had many dreams. Today and yesterday, with no doubt, are the saddest days of our lives. Only God knows the pain we are feeling by losing a son in this absurd war that is presenting on this country. I am just another father of the thousands of fathers that have lost a son, Lucero is another wife of the thousands of wives that have lost their husbands, and my grandson is another child of the thousands of orphans of this war.
God bless you all for being on the most difficult moments of our lives, for accompanying us.
I have a strong belief in God. During the months of tribulation, I had the opportunity to read the bible, the 66 books of the bible  and that is the reason I am standing, if I hadn’t done that, probably my emotional position would be even more complicated than how I am today. God bless you all.


The Funeral
GATE, PGR, and Federal Police were mobilized to Acuna before the funeral.  Movement in el centro was slow and difficult.  Many citizens purposely stayed clear of the plaza fearing the possiblilty there may be additional violence at the funeral, others keeping their children home from school as a safety precaution.  Funeral violence is not that uncommon in the world of narcos, they are known to  conduct an attacks at funerals,  killing additional targets and funeral attendees. 

At least 2 helicopters were conducting air surveillance all day, around the city and the church.
The funeral was today October 4, at 2:00 PM. It was held at the Guadalupe Catholic Church in Acuna Coahuila. The plaza was packed with GATE and Federal police officers.
 
In the photo of inside the church, is Humberto sitting in the front pew, to his left is the now widowed Lucero, to his right his daughter, followed by Vanessa and his mother.
 
The last photo is the body being transported to the burial site, Humberto's white Suburban is following the hearse.

When the coffin was coming out the church the people started chanting:" Lalito! Lalito! Lalito!"
People extended a sign of support and sensitivity during his time of grief, many said simply Humberto by saying: "Humberto Amigo Acuña esta contigo", ( Humberto friend Acuña is with you). For today the people put aside anger and disappointment, for today it was not about politics, cartels and accusation, those things are set aside for this day. Today it was about a father and family who lost someone they loved very much, and almost all of us can relate to that sorrow.
This goes without saying, but we are not professional photographers, we did our best, click on any photo to create a better view.

 
 
 
"YO SOY LALO!!" From Cristero of Borderland Beat Forum:
 
 Lalo no era un delincuente, solo fue la persona quien pago las deudas de su papa y si tio, el no estaba vinculado que ningun cartel y jamas se sirvio de los exesos de su papa y su tio, creo debemos tomar esta trajedia y utilizarla como a Lalo le uviera gustado, que no sea en vano su muerte, no dejemos que ni los carteles ni los Moreiras corumpan lo que fue este joven en vida, fue una person quien vivio y trabajo para la gente de escasos recursos, pues sigamos con su legado. Debemos de tomar la plataforma que nos dio su trajica muerta y utilizarla para unir a todos que fueron victimas, debemos utilizar esta nuerte de este joven para unir a las familias de otras victimas, alfin de cuentas en Mexico todos somos victimas y por eso todos somos "LALO". Mexico como un pais, Mexico como una cultura, Mexico como una idiolojia fue robada y esta siendo robada por el crimen organizado y por la corupta maquina politica que han permitido todo esto. Repito Mexico es un Pais,que tiene una cultura que es unica en el mundo, tenemos una gente que es bella, una hermosa gente Mexicana! Amo mi patria! amo al Mexicano, hasta cuando vamos a decir "Basta Ya!!" Ami me han robado a Mexico y por eso "yo soy Lalo!!" quien mas es Lalo?

62 comments:

  1. i was there yesterday and it was hard moving around el centro..
    i wanted to take pics of all the security forces, but i was nervous as i might look suspect and get picked up..

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  2. Chivis:
    Im a very big fan, but i have been reading your comments regarding Lalo and im sorry but this man was not the martyr they are trying to make of him. Its no secret he wanted to run for office, its known among Acuna's poilitical circles he threw a temper tantrum because he felt he was sidelined. The reason the kid was doing social programs was to get him know among Moreira's main voter base, the poor and ignorant. Lalo was getting coached and he was a natural, kiss the baby and hug the grandma, smile for the camera. First Acuna Mayor, then diputado, maybe senador, then state governor, so he can perpetuate the mafia established by his family. While he was under his grandfathers care he was ok, lately he had been showing a different face, his dad's promises of a political future got to his head. We know Berto wanted to be Mexican President, he stole too much and it blew up in his face. With his kid a chance opened up for continued power, remember Humberto is playing chess not checkers. All im saying is i also think wolf cubs are cute, until they grow fangs.

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    1. Well of he would have run for office another 3,0000000 would have been missing. Dont be naive these guys are young but they are taught to rob thats the reality of mexico

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  3. Shrimp dick cartel assholes. All of these deaths to accomplish what? So they can buy more tacky shit? Paint their hoses bright blue and yellow? Dress in the latest gay cowboy outfits? The only good thing about the cartels is that now you know who needs to be removed from the planet. Poor family. All of them.

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  4. All this crap has gone too far for too long. I blame Calderon for not declaring martial law and killing every one of the cartel scum where they find them.
    All bribes do is bring more death.

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  5. How fucking sad.... How sad to see pictures of him and his child to die so needless.

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    1. ¿Quien Es Shrimp dick? Es la nueva fraction o como??

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    2. shrimp es camaron. dick es pito. le esta yamando a los carteles pitos de camaron.

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  6. Fue nuy triste pero aun siento que para Humberto no le fue tan duro el golpe. Maybe i'm being to insensitive but i just can't seem to overcome the feeling that he truely doesn't feel the loss. I think that he is a narcissist that feels that as long as his fame and fortune is not touched then he wins. Cristero

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  7. But my deepest condolences to lalos Wife, son and Mother....Cristero

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  8. Very disappointed i submitted a post that is against the general opinion and does not get published.

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    1. I know. That happen to me a couple of times.

      Atte: Jaime Costecho

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  9. Why is Mexico fighting Nixons war again?

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  10. el verdadero culpable de la muerte,de esta persona tiene nombre y apeido,sera el proximo presidente de mexico,todo mundo toda la clase politica lo save,es un secreto a voces pero,es mucho mas grande el amor al poder y al dinero,que el amor a la justicia,el asesino de colocio,sigue libre de toda culpa y de vuelta a la politica,los asesinos de la hija de nelson vargas siguen en la politica y con mejores sueldos y puestos,al senor vargas le ofresieron el que tiene para que se olvide de la muerte de su hija,que es lo que te a ofrecido enrique pena nieto a ti moreira.

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  11. What more do the politicians need or proof are all of you wanting and waiting for to eradicat all this scummbags. Hopefully this is a wake up call for the politicians to stop dealing with this scum. Wake up do your jobs Mexico you are not the first country thas this atrocities had happen to. U.S.A in the 20's Germany in the 50's Columbia in the 80's.....

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  12. wasnt this guys father a crooked governor? if so i dont feel bad at all for what happened to him since he probably living in a nice mansion paid by the cartels. how about all the families that were killed and he looked the other way. now if he wasnt crooked i take it all back

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  13. @ 10/5/2012 11:12am

    Just some friendly advice to all that don't know that it's the way it goes on any of the author's stories. Its also the reason why it takes all day for any comments to post to particular stories: it is because just one person on the beat has extraordinarily cozy editorial review over what anyone says on here. Also, everyone else on the staff allows wide berth waiting for the author to pick-n-choose what gets posted to the comments.

    So, watch your mouth...and don't mess with the big bee. And don't bad mouth any of the author's projects; like you say you did.

    Hope that helps the community.


    And thanks to the author for all the work you do for the Borderland Beat! You're terriffic!!!!

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  14. Post again I will be at the computer for 30 mins.

    I am one of 3 moderators, and I can tell you we are behind and having a tough time catching up. Plus the fact we do not get to all the comments and not all will be posted for various reasons not necesarily because of content. See the comments about that over to the right.

    Just try again when that happens, I will say I was spoken to because I allowed questionable comments in so I am very careful and leave the tough ones for one of the others to decide...Paz, Chivis

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  15. It's funny how everyone on here is trying to act like they knew this kid....

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  16. Eh... the situation in mexico still has a ways to go before it comes to a head. Colombia was far worse during Escobar's timd, and that dude made passenger planes fall out the sky and made tanks roll through the streets... mexico aint seen nothing. So this dude dies and its a big deal? Whatever... his family knows what time it is. People with families and children get killed every day. So because this dude "was a somebody" its supposed to be something? And the innocent common man who dies under the same circumstances, what about him?

    M

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    1. Hate to admit it but your comment is very true, what about the innocent common man?
      What if 7:26 is right??
      May god be with everyone en mi Mexico querido..

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  17. Oh cry me a fuckin river. Y'all acting like Jesus died. RIP, but thousands of people died today all around the world and I don't see u guys bitching.

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    1. Amen to that brotha !

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  18. What a difference a year makes. A year ago Humberto Moreira was on top of world dancing and singing. Then it all came crashing down with the uncovering of all the money he "invested" that he almost ruined Peña Nieto's election. And now this. He's fallen from grace now and the piling on should follow until he ends up in prision. Feel sorry for the kid and his wife though. He probably didn't even see this coming.

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  19. Fue nuy triste pero aun siento que para Humberto no le fue tan duro el golpe. Maybe i'm being to insensitive,but in reverence to my previous post i tend to take a stand to the contrary,in that his narcissistic and bi-lingual capabilities were not forthcoming in an effort to be more forthcoming in his true feelings.... Cristero

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    1. NO PINCHES MAMES CABRON Y LOS OTROS 90,000 QUE ????? PENDEJO DEJATE DE MAMADDAS.
      Que bueno que mataron a este pendejo ++++++que sientan los d arriba el sufrimiento de los de abajo++++++

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    2. Cuales 90,000 wey, son mas como 300,000 muertos talves mas porque desaparecidos no son incluidos

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  20. When will the mierda hit his fan?When will he wake up and smeeel the cofee?I wonder if his sensibilities are somewhat decried to the point of humanism and betrothal -SenB

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  21. Cristero, el diario de coahuila the article has extrapolated sharply?
    Si i have since seen on other sites similar tidings of humanistic outpourings?The brothers nephew was also involved as was his sister,according to rumor and innuendo being taken for what it may or may not have been,mi dios terminará esto for the sake of the ninos....Cristero

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  22. @ 2:20PM...oops...not quite
    But perhaps a little additional clarity is in order. The comments come in as one long stream. at the top or beginning of stream sits the first comment. I admit I often get lazy and begin from there because to scroll down to the true oldest means each comment would require that. But say there is 60 comments one of us 3 mods may go through half...a dn leave. the next may do the entire bank or partial.

    You can see the issues we have. You can publish, spam it or delete. I prob stress over it too much but will place those I am not sure of in spam and leave for Buggs. I am yet to see him approve anything in spam or those comments I send him for op. He is tough, that is why I am so careful. But no, we don't get comments pertaining to our posts. they are not separate......anyone can work the thread at anytime between the 3 of us. and you can see how a delay can occur....sorry

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  23. "Oh cry me a fuckin river. Y'all acting like Jesus died. RIP, but thousands of people died today all around the world and I don't see u guys bitching"
    Yeah baby i can dig it.Just because he was influential and known people feel they knew him?
    How pathetic is that,whether he good or bad.No-one here knew him personally but look at these comments.My god,i bet these people don't behave like this with their own family member's.
    It was the same when M Jackson died,people can be so phony and hypocritical.Think about your family's,the way you think about a guy you didn't know?

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  24. @5:08pm, I call all this chatter or noise, yes there will be always conflicting stories as to who or what is the true identity of and body that earns a spot in any blog or news site, i think that with a little paitience and logic anybody can start reading through all the noise or chatter and start seeing pattern that makes some sort of real sense. I will now go on a limb now a try to predict what is coming next from the Moreira clan and thier political machine. I predict that there will be some people arrested and sent to prison, then there will be a "rueda de prensa" saying that it was either a killing of mistaken identity or that the murder had to do with something else completely unrelated to the Moreira clan or the cartels. while behing the sences there will be a compromise between the Zetas and the Moreiras where the Zetas will gain more power. Cristero

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  25. But my deepest condolences to lalos Wife, son and Mother....Cristero ?
    Why did you know them personally?Do you say this to anonymous victims of violence?Callate pendejo no sabes lo que dices hablas puras pendejas.
    I hope you are as feeling to all who fall to violence?Or is it just to famoso people ?

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  26. @Chivis. It is not often that a reporter has as much first hand personal knowledge of the subject of a story. Coahuila is your home in Mexico, you know what goes on there. You have known various members of the Moreira family through the years. Combine those elements with your superb writing skills and you have the great article you produced. I fully expect it to be picked up and used by other media

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  27. @3:28 pm
    i fully agree with you that this has not yet come to head, i know that it will get a lot more violent before it will get any better, i also agree that we must look to history and see a pattern, yes you are right in the case of Colombia and yes Pablo did escalte things alot more and became more violent, he almost brought the entire country to their knees, but Pablo's escalation of his violence came only and well after the assasination of Rodrigo Lara Bonilla the defense minister, i guess we are looking for that here, i think that was turning point in Pablo Escobars fate, maybe just maybe the same will happen here. And yes i am well aware that there will be a lot more blood letting before things get better in Mexico. i feel that the next natural step is the peacful yet militant organization of the people. time to build "Grupos de Auto-Defensa"

    Cristero

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  28. @6:04 pm No,No i did not know him personally, i just knew of him, and even though you might be right by asking me if i feel for the loss all all the anonymous victims of this sensless war, i do feel for every single one of the dead and do feel even more for the surviving family of the victims. Lo siento mucho que piensas que hablo puras pendejadas y que tu opinion de mi es que soy un pendejo pero yo estoy dispuesto a dar el proximo paso para empesar a recuperar a nuestro querido Mexico. What i'm trying to do is use this victims undeserved death as a platform so all who have died might be able to maybe some day have justice. Cristero

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  29. Yo no conocia a este Lalo, ni mucho menos. Tampoco soy de Coahuila y no voy a opinar tampoco de su papa o tio o Moreiras. Yo solo se y siento y conozco "ese presentimiemto" cuando alguien es una buena persona... Solamente con ver a Lalo a los ojos yo se que fue muy muy buena persona. Si yo lo hubiera conocido no tengo la menor duda que hubiera sido uno de mis grandes y sinceros y pocos amigos, con todo respeto. Que tragica historia, siento como si lo hubiera conocido desde hace mucho, vuelvo a repetir, no tengo ni la menor duda que Fue y Es un alma buena y caritativa. Mis mas sinceras condolencias a toda su familia.... Dios les de fortaleza! Como dice esta historia... "yo soy Lalo!"

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  30. Chivis: you say you knew Lalo so why not honor his memory and the pain of his family by removing the awful picture of his murder? What's the point of showing that ? I think we all have seen enough carnage. It is extremely insensitive given the pain this family is going through already.
    Ok, so the dad might have been a crook, how does that justify murdering his son? Just reading the callousness of some of the posters, makes me realize they are just as sick as the murderers. It's not cool to cheer or try to justify the murder of another human being, shame on you all.

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  31. It's not cool to cheer or try to justify the murder of another human being, shame on you all.
    -SenB

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  32. 7:08PM..
    I received 2 photos last night. I decided not to use them. I opened my email to see his face in death. It was a shock.

    Then today I spoke with a friend and told him about the photos. He said not to post is going against the decision I made long ago to not compromise the story of Mexico, let all that choose to know see what has been done.

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  33. "Lalo so why not honor his memory and the pain of his family by removing the awful picture of his murder"
    Did you know him?What are you getting upset about.You remove yourself from our eyes?
    Do you say this any other time a person is killed?If so,cry me a river,we need all the water we can get.Coahuila is burning we need your tears to put out the flames,make it a big one for the gipper. DD

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  34. It might get ugly. maybe the widow splits the soup and say goodbye to the moreira narco-empire

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  35. Lucero Davis is lucky that she and her son didn't get the hit along with her husband. She needs to take the kid and get out of Dodge.

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  36. October 5, 2012 7:08 PM
    "Ok, so your dad might have been a crook"but that is no need to come and abuse people on here with your wicked insinuations about your life of crime?This is a blog with opinions,just because you dont like the content,because you are a criminal lunatic with bulging eyes.Dont make the rest of us feel guilt for your sins?

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  37. Puro ojinaga chihuahua cabrones

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  38. Chivis
    You have had one complaint?Why must we always answer to the minority of hysterical points of view?This is happening right now?Pictures like these need to be disseminated,maybe the world will take notice?

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  39. I agree with DD, this is an excellent body of work. The eye for an eye section was insightful and motivated me to think bigger. This example of potential lost, is repeated thousands of times in Mexico’s ‘war’, the result of various factors. I see this event differently than before reading the article.

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  40. "let all that choose to know see what has been done"

    This should be the mission statement for all media outlets.

    I think the article from El Universal, By Samuel Gonzalez pretty much hit the nail on the head.

    It's easy to blame the US appetite for drugs for creating the market, and the cartels for providing the product. But doesn't the real blame, the responsibility fall to the administrations, society, and powers of authority that allow the conditions to exist, and thrive. That turn a blind eye, or fail to work to alleviate the social conditions that are feeding the problems, to protect the people they serve.

    520/matt

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  41. Just wait for Dias de la you know what im talking about...

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  42. putos coruptos que bueno q les esten partiendo su puta madres mierdas para q ala proxima cuando tengan cargos publicos lo piensen mejor dos veces antes de hacer mamadas por q si estan en puestos publicos es para srvir al pueblo q les da de comer no para q ustedes se sirvan del pueblo mierdas.......... 60 años de corrupcion del pri ojo por ojo y diente por diente esto es lo q sembraron y ahora esta sera la cosecha q estan recibiendo putos pristas de mierdass...

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  43. I do not understand why this constant barrage of insults directed towards Chivas. How do you think she feels seeing that man murdered in a photo, if this website chooses to publish it so be it. It is shocking however this is reality and seeing this pic makes it even more real. If you people don't like the way this website is maintained why are you here? Maybe if the few who complain so much would shut it for a moment and actually read and understand what is going on maybe the insults would stop. Chivas should start banning the ip addy of those repeat offenders who like to start drama and stir the pot with no real meaningful contribution. Every thought in your head does not constitute a tirade against the mods in this forum.

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  44. His widow is brave.
    She needs to watch out.
    The governor might have her killed.

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  45. the widow of the decease has the right to blame the governor but she should also should blame Mexico as a whole iits failed policies corruption beyond Biblical proportion the citizens i mean terrorist who committed these atrocities she should blame humanity fuck it blame the world

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  46. Chequen la pelicula El Infierno: Ahi esta la clave de como se la aplicaron a los Moreira: Es de uso del narco cobrarsela con los hijos primogenitos... ahira el narcotraficante Humberto Moreira y su puto hermano van a cargar con eso en su pinche conciencia: Y EPN se rie de ambos el hijo de su pinche madre

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  47. It's easy to blame the US appetite for drugs for creating the market,i for one could not comprehend a life with no substance at all.The substance of life as we choose and i choose.
    Maybe in time it will work out,but until then vaya con dias.
    520/patt

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  48. @ 6:39 PM
    i fully agree with you that this has not yet come to head, i know that it will get a lot more violent before it will get any better, i also agree that we must look to history and see a pattern,a pattern may yet emerge to show just how pretentious i can sometimes be.The path of history and violence may be complex,but i really can see an end if i help to my great extent.My extent will know the bounds of frailty yet i shall persevere.Who knows mi amigo,maybe we shall see the sun,and say it shines with a radiance of beauty and organic health.

    Cristero

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  49. "let all that choose to know see what has been done"

    This should be the mission statement for all media outlets.

    right on 520/patt

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  50. Cristero said
    A lot

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  51. @3:28 pm
    i fully agree with you that it has not yet come,and i must get some head,i know that it will get a lot more violent per se,eg rubber,but i can take that,before it will get any better,just remembering to lube i also agree that we must look to history and see a pattern of missed opportunities,but if i may and without a hint of immodesty i can see a big end,and it looks good to me,as they say que sienten cod pieces and grandes bolas.Hopefully it will come to pass mi amigo and we can truly look at one another with a kind of awe,or at me at least,,,,mi amigo,,,,

    Christero

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  52. ....@Oct 5, 7:07pm...Solamente con vera Lalo a los ojos yo se que fue muy muy buena persona...

    ...THE EYES ARE THE MIRROR TO ONES SOUL, AND I MYSELF THOUGHT THE SAME THING WHEN I SAW HIS PICTURE...

    ....it is said in the bible that one learns more at a funeral, than at a party, because, the finalility of someone passing, especially some-some who touches your soul, and someone you love deeply,...sometimes...it hardens people, and some-times the reality of what really is important in life, becomes CRYSTAL CLEAR...

    ...alot of people don't believe in GOD, BUT, when you see GODS FINGER-PRINTS IN ALL OF HIS CREATIONS... THRU...>> THE FIBBONACI SEQUENCE,..>> GOLDEN RATIO, MATHEMATICAL CACULATIONS, IF YOU DARE TO SEE, REALLY SEE, GOD'S FINGER-PRINTS ARE EVERY-WHERE!!!

    ...It's too bad that people DON'T KNOW OR DON'T WANT TO HONOR EACH OTHER ANY-MORE!!!!

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  53. It is sad when any person dies before their time. Nobody deserves to be executed like that. The death penalty is overated.

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