Thursday, March 14, 2013

Self-Defense Groups Claim That They Disarmed the Knights Templar Cartel In Michoacán





By: Rubén Mosso



The relatives of the 34 people who were detained by the Mexican army for allegedly being linked to organized crime by acting as community guards for the community Felipe Carrillo Puerto (La Ruana), in Michoacán, requested for the intervention of President Enrique Peña Nieto to release the detainees, because they say that they are innocent. 

Farmers who demonstrated outside the Assistant Attorney General's Office for Special Investigations on Organized Crime (SIEDO) reported that the firearms that their relatives had were seized from the Knights Templar Cartel, who live within the community and have also committed a series of abuses against the community.

 The wives, mothers, sisters, and other relatives warned that in case they don’t receive support from the president, they will take matters into their own hands by arming themselves in order to defend their community from various criminal groups operating in the area of Michoacán.

“Release the guys that you brought, they’re innocent, they are people like us, lemon harvesters, who left their family, wives to their children.   They seized the weapons in order to defend us from the Knights Templar Cartel, simply because it was too much what they were doing,” said one woman.


--What were they doing?

--“They increased the price of tortillas and meat.  They were charging us for each box of lemons that we packed, they would take a portion.  We would work three days a week, with those three days, do you think that we were going to be able to support our children and apart from that they would take away our money.”


The complaint mentioned that the owners of the trucks that would transport the lemons had to pay “Los Templarios” 200 pesos per car, a situation for those who would harvest lemons, their payments would go down, plus they also had to pay to work.


--Who gave the weapons to the guys?

--“They took them from “Los Caballeros”.  In La Ruana, we caught “Caballeros”, when we started to rise up in arms we were all saying: there lives a guy; he’s a “Caballero”.  We would all go and take their weapons away.”

They commented that the municipal and state police in those zones are “leaders” of the Knight Templar Cartel, so they decided to go and also take their weapons, bullet-proof vests, and trucks away.


--“The weapons that the guys had belong to the Knights Templar Cartel.”

The complainants say that their families do not have a lawyer, or even a public defender.  They were informed that they would be transferred to jails in Matamoros, Veracruz, and the state of Mexico.















Last week at a press conference, both officials from the Secretariat of Governance (SEGOB) and the PGR said that the detainees were armed by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (Cártel de Jalisco Nueva Generación), a group linked to the drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.



Family members have not determined whether they will be staying at the outskirts of the SIEDO, but they do ensure that they will insist federal agencies for the release of those detained, as they called it an outrage.

27 comments:

  1. CJNG are not linked to El Chapo....

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  2. In reality who can really determine whether or not they were good or bad ppl??? If they were good and really did disarm the CT of their weapons then they probably got arrested by police that are on CT payroll. I'm surprised the family members (if innocent) are gunna stay out there n protest cuz they can b slaughtered at any time by the CT. On the other hand they could b part of the CT and that's truly y they were arrested and the family is just putting a front on to make it look more realistic. They should have brought the cartel members to the police when they disarmed them and maybe stashed a few of the weapons and turned the rest n. That would've made it a for sure thing that they were all innocent, cuz they'd have the proof

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    1. Did u not read the article??? The police was also part of CT..some were leaders of the crime group...how can they turn in the criminals and guns to the police. Its sad what is happening ..those poor people cant trust noone!!

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  3. Who knows,but i am certainly not going to believe anything the government says about these people,i will take the word of the people first,before the authorities.As for the dirty police who command CT,,they deserve to be taken at dark killed and buried.Just a couple of hard trustworthy men need to know,take them and burn them in barrels or bury them.If the authorities were worth shit,there would be no need of these self defense groups,they would not have sprung up.Now that they are making some headway,the authorities are taking notice and will start pulling their bullshit moves,the authorities aren't worth dog shit,just a lazy grasping group of delusional bums and sycophants who actually sometimes believe they make a difference?Fuckin worthless...

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  4. If they r for real the whole country needs to do more of that.get their weapons little by little guerrilla warfare.they dont have enough jail space for everybody.just a thought

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  5. On a posting If BDN, The people of a town Michoacán state took hostage 40 members of the military after the SEDENA arrested some members their group doing community policing work. The military claimed they were part and armed ny CJNG.

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  6. This is just their games. KT has been arming this vigilante groups. :D

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    1. Yup right in the $$$
      Twister

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  7. so sad for the people of Mexico. God be with you. damm u corrupt federal gov and authorities!

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  8. http://www.policiacomunitaria.org/

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  9. i am reminded of the closet rambos in good ole USA who think that uncle sam is going to let them help out when the cartels cut loose on them. the guv will round you up along with the cartel and label you terrorists or malitia confiscating your arms ammo and gear.

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    1. Good luck with that one.too many weapons and alot of us would rather die first.as for the rounding us up? Theyd have to build a hell of a lot more jails.

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  10. It's amazing how non contributing posts get on here but good debatable posts don't make it.

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  11. There confiscating everyone's weapons in the u.s.a so your gonna have cartels taking over the u.s with there black market goodies. old u.s.a just like the prohibition days wooo hooo get ready for the 30 rounders gun totting maniacs cuz it's going down!

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    1. Only idiots actually register their weapons and everyone i know hasnt turned over one single thing so they better be ready for us

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  12. The same auto defensa that chapo is giving weapons two check it out chivis on historias del narco idk if its true or not but I seen a story saying that chapo armo Los grupos de auto defensa

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  13. I read this online:


    Mexico: Army arrests 17 alleged members of armed group 14/03/2013

    MORELIA, Mexico – The Mexican Army arrested 17 suspects who said they were members of a “community police force” in the city of Buenavista Tomatlán in the state of Michoacán, prosecutors said.

    The arrests were made on a road that connects Buenavista Tomatlán and the city of Tepalcatepec. Soldiers seized 14 guns and two vehicles, including a police car that had been reported stolen.

    The armed group, which included 16 men and a woman, allegedly works for the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación and is allegedly funded by the Sinaloa cartel, according to prosecutors.

    [EFE (Mexico), 13/03/2013; El Excélsior (Mexico), 11/03/2013; SIPSE (Mexico), 11/03/2013]

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  14. Guerro your wrong. CJNG is a branch of the Sinaloa Cartel. I know this because...well just lets say I KNOW.

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  15. No it's not they broke that alliance along time ago retardos Sinaloa put mantas all over Jalisco saying the didnt want nothing two do with mencho

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  16. I thought CJNG is no longer with CDS CDS IS ALLIED with la corona now against so its CDS CDG LA CORONA GROUP AND CT Against CJNG AND THE Z NOT Together though even Bb reported that as well look it up.

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  17. They aren't allied that dude is making stuff up. You kno who is funding the self defense (autodefensa) groups in michoacan ? El chapo is its on historias del narco look it up if you can read or understand Spanish he's fueling them with weapons.

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  18. Now why do I need to go look it up when I just lost my brother in law and cousin 2 weeks ago who were member of CJNG. They complained all the time they were taking orders from CDS. Whoever is putting up thos mantas is not CJNG they are trying to make problems between CJNG and CDS. But if you want to believe otherwise than ok. I got pictures of CDS and CJNG together at a party before my brother in law died. I dont need to prove anything I know the truth.

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  19. Your full of crap you think cjng has balls homie there a mini cell not a big organization go mess with the Chinese they been here since the 17th century they will just pick up each one of those cjng members and you will never ever kno what happend two them I'm pretty darn sure that cjng isent allied with cds they ain't that stupid to be allied with a cartel who rapes little helpless girls.

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  20. March 15, 2013 at 10:19 AM
    "Now why do I need to go look it up when I just lost my brother in law and cousin 2 weeks ago who were member of CJNG. They complained all the time they were taking orders from CDS"
    Bro,is that for real?Remember the cat El Molca /La Resistencia he said in his interview that he and his crew put mantas up and signed them CDS because he thought CDS weren't takin CJNG/Torcidos/Menchos out quick enough?He was sayin a big war was comin between CDS and CJNG?Bro,he was full of shit though,and could well have been lying,he probably was,but he also knew a lot of shit,speak some more bro,you her anything about La Resistancia?I think they fucked now,they gone.

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  21. I think la resistencia is gone by now

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  22. "I think la resistencia is gone by now"No shit......
    Yeah right,why use many words,when one will do,jajaja,fuck outta here

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  23. 10:19 a.m

    Which cartel killed your family members?

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