I have a little trouble with the idea that in one day the events at La Sirenita previously attributed to Los Zetas are suddenly attributed to CDG. Hmmm? I didn't author the pieces but thought the abrupt shift out there might interest you. Maybe that's what happens when you get beat up, you conveniently forget who is who, and who you work for too? Obviously politics are involved here being such a tourist hot spot.- Thanks Havana
Cancun, QR - March 18,The Municipal Preventive Police (PPM) arrested a Gulf Cartel kingpin and former member of that same municipal police organization (PPM). The ex-agent, Héctor Cacique Fernández, is accused of being one of the masterminds of the murder of undersecretary of Taxi Driver Union Conflicts, Andrés, Quintana Roo., Francisco de Asissi Achach Castro
Francisco Achach Castro, and six other people were killed in the popular neighborhood bar La Sirenita. Ex- Cancun mayor, Magali Achach, confirmed the death of her nephew, Francisco de Asissi Achach Castro 47 in the attack.
State's Attorney Armando Gaspar Garcia Torres reported this morning that the Municipal Public Security and Traffic (SMSPT) made available to the State Attorney General (PGJ) ex-agent Héctor Cacique Fernández, El Vito, Félix y/o El Diablo, 27, and his chauffeur Maximiliano Ezequiel Millán González, 20
According to García Torres, El Diablo , who was now an instructor of assassins. He and his driver were arrested outside Discoteca Mándala in the hotel zone of Cancun by authorities.
This subject, said the State Attorney, had received his training in Mexico City.
According to the head of the Agency, during the interrogation El Diablo confessed to participating in the conspiracy to kill to Franciso Achach Castro, who was executed on the orders of El Apa, head of the Gulf Cartel plaza.
"It was a direct debt to the boss of this plaza," said the detainee during a news conference shortly after noon. He owed El Apa money.
March 17th version
Cancun. - The gunmen who killed seven people in la Sirena had instructions simply to only kill Francisco Achach Castro, "La Barbie," Under Secretary of Taxi Drivers' Disputes Union, but the gunmen went crazy, as reported on Sunday by the States Attorney General of Quintana Roo, Armando Gaspar Garcia Torres, During interrogation, it was learned that the events of March 14 were to be directed at just one person, but seven people ended up dead,
Hector Fernandez Cacique "El Diablo", had the charge of killing Francisco Achach Castro "El Barbie", "because he owed Apa money," referring to the the head of Zetas plaza in Cancun.
The detainee, "El Diablo", a 27-year-old Matias Romero, Oaxaca native , belonging to the Zetas criminal group, in charge of collecting fees for "dues" from traders in the city tourist zpne of Cancun. He confessed that he gave instructions in an envelope containing a photo of the one person who would be executed
He was also in charge of training the gunmen in handling weapons in the community of Francisco Mayo, as shown in a video that was found on his cell phone.
For his service, another person was hired as a driver, named Ezequiel Maximiliano Millan Gonzalez, 20 years old from Cancun, whom "El Diablo" met on a football field, and he was also involved in collecting extortion.
However, El Diablo told his immediate boss, an assassin known as the " El Caballo," El Apa's lieutenant, that he had no weapons, and he was relieved of the responsibility of taking charge of murder. A hitman known Roger Gabriel Alfaro Pacheco "El Humo", was assigned that job and he is related to several executions in Cancun. El Humo was reported "to have gone crazy with a goats horn."
The two detainees were presented Sunday afternoon with evidence of having been tortured.
Hector Cacique Fernandez had bruises on his face and even had his left eye closed and swollen.
When they were stopped by the Tourist Police early Saturday, the two subjects were photographed by Benito Juarez Public Safety and showed no obvious bumps.
Twenty-four hours later, when presented by the Attorney General of Quintana Roo, it was evident that they had been beaten.
In Summary: El Diablo was ex-municipal police, CDG capo (?) who was recruited by los Zetas to be an instructor of sicarios in the community of Francisco Mayo in Isla Mujeres. He also earned between $15,000 and $20,000 pesos a month from collection of extortion fees at bars and clubs in the city hotel zone. One of El Apa's lieutenants, El Caballo, instructed el Diablo to execute La Barbie but the instruction order was changed and given to El Humo who went a little crazy with the goat's horn. Garcia Torres said he is still investigating the origin of the debt for which La Barbie alleged owed El Apa. It opened the possibility that the cabbie union leader may also be involved in organized crime