Wednesday, May 29, 2013

RELEASED! AZ Mom Jailed in Sonora on Drug Trafficking Charges

Borderland Beat
Yanira Maldonado was released late Thursday.  Her husband Gary drove to Nogales to pick up his wife.


Video proves the Maldonado's carried only water and blankets onto the bus
"I always told people, go to Mexico, it is not true what they are saying"
 
5.30.13 PM Update:
 
The husband of Yanira stated in a video interview he is confident the charges will be dropped after court officials reviewed video Thursday that showed the couple boarding a bus with only blankets and bottles of water.  This is exactly what Yanira hoped authorities would do, to review the video footage that she maintained would prove her innocence.

Gary Maldonado said the video should exonerate he and his wife, and end the nightmare scenario that has prompted outrage in the U.S. among politicians and resulted in the Arizona family, fighting against a judicial system that is permeated with corruption.

"It showed exactly what I hoped it would show, what we brought on this bus," Gary Maldonado said after the court hearing Thursday. "The nightmare is not over yet, but having this evidence here, that was key to get that evidence, the witnesses, and the bus video to prove she is innocent."

The incident has sparked a movement in Arizona calling for a travel to Mexico boycott, I understand emotions are high, and I have supported Yanira's innocence from the start, it simply smacked of a set up.  However, I can't support a boycott asking an entire nation of people to join a boycott that affects another nation in a  knee jerk reaction because of one wrongly accused US citizen.   That will result in zero productivity.
 
It is a sad point of reality that the Phoenix protestors couldn't have been moved to action from the many tragedies occurring  in Mexico, to Mexicans, migrants and 3 members of a Texas family, one a Marine who served the United States nation proudly. 
 
6 million Americans visit Mexico each year, 1 million plus Americans live in Mexico, each year there are an average of 100-130 murders of Americans.  The  murders are quantified in a catch all category which does not define if a murder is a crime of passion versus narco violence, but that is about 2.1 per 100k capita.
 
As an comparitive, lets take Orlando Florida, the home of Disney World and many other famous tourist destinations.  Orlando has a rate 7.5 homicides per 100k.  Be proactive, discover yourself how Houston, Stl, Chicago, Washington DC and other tourist cities stack up with places in Mexico such as Cabo, Cancun, and Puerto Vallarta. 
 
Blanket statements are irresponsible, and clearly I am not contending that Mexico is without concerns, and make that major concerns in some areas, but even the state department travel warning list includes a small portion of Mexico on the list.  Be informed, check updated info and as anyplace one may travel, Hong Kong, Mexico City, or Orlando Florida, educated yourself before travelling.




5.30.13 Update:
In a tearful  television interview with CNN, from the Nogales, Sonora prison she is presently incarcerated in, a distraught Yanira Maldonado unequivocally declared her innocence of the drug charges pending against her.
 
She explained that she and her husband were returning to Arizona when federal agents stopped the bus and ordered everyone off.  Almost immediately they singled out Maldonado and her husband for interrogation, which resulted in her arrest under the suspicion of drug trafficking 12 pounds of marijuana supposedly stashed under her seat.
 
Maldonado says the investigation has not advanced and she pointed out that there are security cameras in the terminal that would prove her innocence, however Mexican authorities have not viewed the footage.  She stressed that fingerprint analysis also has not been conducted that would also prove her innocence.
 
There will be a hearing tomorrow to determine if the mother will be charged or set free.
 
The mother of seven children stated that she has always defended travel to Mexico, something she and her family does once a year to visit family in Sonora, "I always told people, go to Mexico, it is not true what they are saying".
 
5.29.13 Update:
Today's hearing resulted  in a "no decision" finding.  Witnesses aboard the bus said the couple did not bring luggage onto the bus it was checked in and in the storage compartment. The family remains cautiously optimistic she will soon be released.  

Her Mexican attorney recommended the mother of 7 bribe her way out
The family of a Mormon mother from Arizona imprisoned in Mexico for the past week says she is innocent  after Mexican military personnel found 12 pounds of marijuana hidden under her bus seat while she and her husband were returning to the Phoenix area from a funeral in Mexico.
Family members believe that someone else may have been trying to smuggle the marijuana and that Yanira Maldonado just happened to be sitting in the seat where the drugs were hidden.
"We feel we have a strong case," said Larry Maldonado, Yanira's father-in-law.
Yanira, from Goodyear, Ariz., was returning to the Valley with her husband, Gary Maldonado, on May 22, when they passed through a military checkpoint near Hermosillo, Mexico, and the drugs were found. She has been trying to prove her innocence ever since. She is being held in a prison in Nogales, Sonora, Larry Maldonado said.
A federal judge in Nogales listened to witnesses for several hours Tuesday, and the family hopes to know by Friday whether the case will be dismissed, he said.  Continues on next page........
Yanira and Gary married one year ago and have seven children together from previous marriages, Larry said. They are both members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and met at church, he added.
Yanira is a naturalized U.S. citizen who was born in Mexico. She works with disabled children. Gary is an American born in the U.S. He works in the information-technology field, his father said.
The case has attracted national attention since family members began publicizing Yanira's imprisonment on social media.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake also has gotten involved after family members contacted the Arizona Republican.
Flake spoke about the case with Mexico's deputy ambassador to the U.S., Mabel Gomez Oliver, on Saturday and Sunday, an official in Flake's office said. Flake also spoke with Gary Maldonado on Sunday.
Larry Maldonado said Yanira and Gary feel like they are living in a nightmare.
They left Phoenix by bus May 19 to attend a funeral for Yanira's aunt near Los Mochis in the state of Sinaloa, Larry Maldonado said.
On May 22, they were headed back to Phoenix on the same Mexican bus line, when they passed through a military checkpoint near Hermosillo.
The soldiers ordered everyone off the bus and took them to a room where their luggage was X-rayed, Brandon Klippel, Gary's brother-in-law, said in an e-mail.
Yanira and Gary were the only Americans on the bus, Klippel said.
At first, the soldiers told Gary they had found the marijuana under his seat and arrested him, Klippel said. But then, police went to his cell and told him they thought the drugs had been found under his wife's seat and under an open seat on the bus and arrested her, he said.
Klippel said in the e-mail that Gary's Mexican court-appointed defense attorney suggested he try bribing Mexican authorities to have the case dismissed, telling him, "You know how it works in Mexico, right?"
Through the lawyer, Gary offered to pay Mexican authorities $3,500 and then upped the offer to $5,000 after being told the initial offer wasn't enough, Larry Maldonado said.
In the end, neither bribe was accepted, he said.
Officials at the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D.C., declined to be interviewed about the case.
They issued a statement that said Mexico's government is in close communication with the U.S. government "to guarantee Mrs. Maldonado's right to consular assistance."
"Mrs. Maldonado's rights to a defense counsel and due process are being observed," the statement said.
A spokesman at the U.S. State Department said during a briefing Tuesday in Washington
that officials from the U.S. Consulate in Nogales had met with the Maldonados on Friday to make sure their rights were being protected.
Erik Lee, associate director at Arizona State University's North American Center for Transborder Studies, said American citizens have long complained about Mexican police asking for bribes to settle traffic violations.
But he found it unlikely that federal authorities in Mexico would try to plant drugs on American citizens for bribes because of the risk of causing an international furor that could hurt tourism, the country's major source of income.
"That is pretty high stakes," Lee said. "That goes against their economic interests."
What's more, Mexico's government in recent years has been trying to clamp down on police corruption and bribes at the state and local levels, he said.

Readers: What are your thoughts about this case?  I am certain of this woman's innocence, as certain as I can be while assessing this from the outside looking in.  What I do know is it is illogical to think a person could alone haul 12 lbs of unconcealed mota on to a public bus. 

I am aware of blind mules being used as a defense, also called "unknowing courier"  for the transportation of  drugs, people who unknowingly transfer drugs after they have been stashed somewhere on their vehicle. 

In theory I suppose this method could be successful,  but it hardly seems pragmatic method of transfer as it is so subjective.  There is a case in San Diego, California where a man is trying to use this method as a defense. 

However, in this case my money is on the bus driver being the culprit, he stashed the drug and knew if found he knew a passenger would be most likely blamed. 

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Sources: ABC and KSDK AZ Republic

76 comments:

  1. in mexico, americans are not seen as a person, instead they are seen as ATM machines

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  2. "Her Mexican attorney recommended the Mormon mother of 7 bribe the court"
    HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! that's some bullshit!! I'm NEVER going to Mexico!

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  3. The cast of "With Six You Get Egg Roll" - Doris Day and Brian Keith - are rolling in their grave.

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  4. GUILTY!!!! NEEDS TO ROT IN JAIL.

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  5. This country is cancer - and the very people that can turn it around - the police, the judges, the political class just don't seem to care! It's shit! !

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    1. The US has more of its population imprisoned than anywhere in the WORLD

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  6. So are screen writers all over Hollywood typing away right now ... Good Morning America and Ophra's producers lining up for the first interview upon her release ... you think? Nah, because she's a Mormon mother - like Romney's mother - the "Useful Idiots" in the US pres will hold their collective noses when reporting this one. The story will be lucky if it makes a 2014 episode of Nat Geo's "Locked-up Abroad".

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    1. It will make the man hating Chanel, Lifetime.

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    2. I just saw this on ABC dumbfucks!!!!!

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  7. She will be out in a few days.

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  8. I agree that it was probably the bus driver also. Buses, the drivers and even the companies are known for helping transport the drugs for the Narco's. I watched a hidden video here on Mexican TV that showed Government agents that inspect the buses for drugs, so that they can pass to the border without further inspection. They put a special tape on the doors to the compartments to show they are drug free. Then in the video it showed these government agents taking $3,000 American dollars for each bus that was taped. A narco paid them off, and you could see the miney and everything in detail. They did not even search the bus before putting the tape in place.

    Another thought is that the person in the backseat would put the drugs under the seat in front of them. I asked my wife who is Mexican and has traveled on many a bus here in Mexico, and she says she and everyone else puts their things under the seat in front of them.

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  9. My money is on the driver since there is no way to load that much in the passenger section without the driver noticing.

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  10. The whole bus company would be involved, not just the driver

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  11. Great story Chivis
    With your work, you continue to report from the frontlines of this Narco Border War, and how sooner, or later, it affects all of us. Someone made the point that if it was the mother of 7 marihuana, there would have been some witnesses that saw her placing the marijuana inside the bus. The other question that arises is has anybody questioned the driver or bus company personnel. With as many people that might bises that bus on in any given day, can anybody really say the marihuana belongs to her? She would also have needed to unload the pot off the bus. This case against Mrs. Maldonado is purely bogus. The authorities of Sonora have bigger fish to fry than trying to throw an innocent mother under the bus. No pun intended.

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  12. Rumor has it that Tufesa the Bus line might be associated with a drug organization. I live in LA and I go to Ciudad Obregon often. I use this bus often. There are many stops from LA TO OBREGON. I get off the bus when we stop to make sure they don't tamper with my luggage at the bottom of the bus but inside the bus you put your carry on near the top or with you. There is a section of the route where you have to get off and the bus leaves with your stuff and then it comes back like in 30 mins(guaymas or empalme). I was always concerned about this part because the bus leaves your sight. this might have been the time when drugs might have been planted.

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  13. FREE HER YOU WORTHLESS CORRUPT MEXICAN GOVERMENT!! FREE HER NOW! YOU SLOBS- TRAITORS TO YOUR OWN COUNTRY TAKING FROM YOUR OWN PEOPLE LIKE THE WHORES THAT YOU ARE!!
    YOU PROTECT THE ROADS THAT LEAD TO AMERICAN TO IMPORT YOUR TRASH AND THAN BUST THIS LADY ON FALSE CHARGES- FUCK YOU MEXICO- FUCK YOU!!

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    1. Fuck no....fuck that dumb-bitch ..
      Let her get ten years or more. .shes low key trafficker..she maybe work for El chapo ....making that fast-money ....suckas

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  14. She's a Mormon, so almost certainly she was framed. But how many innocent people currently languish in jails thanks to the War on Drugs? Hopefully she gets out of this mess.

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  15. dah!
    da bus driver?

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  16. Good article! This is something Emiliano and I have discussed before...the what if scenario. We both agree that it sounds as if the bus driver is the guilty party. Hope all turns out ok! .....Lacy

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  17. What bullshit. I'm not going to take anymore Mexican transportation if they want to play these games. Just stay out of Mexico until they stop the crap going on.

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  18. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty... I'm not sayingshe did it.. but I'm not saying she's innocent either.. Tulsa buses are know to transport "stuff".. the shuttles in Phoenix were busted a few years back for the same shit..

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  19. Maybe his husband was going broke, so he decided to frame his own wife the ugly one to do a lil bit of some dirty work. I mean he does have 7 wife's and 30 + kids ... who wants to stay under a brig with that big of a family ?

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  20. Convict me of lust in the first degree. Yanira is a hottie.

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    1. She's a hottie with 7 kids .. lol

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  21. Been there done that. Wonder what Bus company she was on? I usually sit up front, and I do view questionable doings. I don't think the company was involved, loss of business, driver, maybe. More likely someone behind the accused couple.
    A side note, the first check point, you'll see 1,000's of semi's waiting in the middle of the desert, for hours and hours. Crazy shit when you go northbound.

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  22. I think i wana b morman n get me a few hotties like this

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  23. Thank you for doing this story. Obviously, the bus lines are in with the cartels. Lets not forget the 239 ppl taken off a bus and found in mass graves! They were murdered by Los Zetas. Btw I would pay a bribe to if I needed to get my loved one out of Mexican jail. I know how it "works"

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  24. P.S. Thank you for the info about the buslines.I have reposted it to the families facebook so they have this info.

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  25. Update: Today's hearing resulted in a "no decision" finding. Witnesses aboard the bus said the couple did not bring luggage onto the bus it was checked in and in the storage compartment.

    How does that sound guilty???? #freeyanira NOW

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  26. ,she should just stop complaining ,and do the time .it might make a better Mormon out of her when she gets out .

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  27. Send Luis Gutierrez,dumbaas Jesse Jackass & Al Sharpton to get them outta jail.

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  28. I am sure it is the bus driver and/or employees associated with Tufesa. The load is too small for a normal cartel movement. In the circumstances at the Benjamin Hill puesto de control all passengers are required to get off the bus before the soldiers begin their search. The search of the bus is done without oversight. Any element of the search would be subject to errors. The buses allow unticketed passengers to board and then disembark along the highway. The woman, Yanira, was not smuggling pot. This is the Keystone Cops - rather, Mexican Army - messing up. There is probably screw ups in moving the matter from the Army to the PGR. Now it will be all about the fuck ups covering their trails and asses. The bus driver is probably not off the hook yet.

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  29. a year ago... http://www.lineadirectaportal.com/publicacion.php?noticia=74220 "debajo del asiento del chofer de la unidad.", and, how it works... http://www.zetatijuana.com/html/Edicion1790/Reportajez-2-ParaReten.html , more Tufesa... http://www.debate.com.mx/eldebate/noticias/default.asp?IdArt=13237815&IdCat=17346 And my favorite bus line, TAP, had two drivers taken for a bus with coke in the air conditioning duct... http://cokiemoster3.blogspot.mx/2013/01/detienen-autobus-tap-con-droga-escondida.html

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  30. Guilty or not, one thing that can be said is that Mexico's legal and justice system is a joke and nothing they say will ever be taken seriously. In every American's mind.... She is already innocent even if she were guilty... And Mexico does it to itself for being so dirty and corrupt. Its widely known that they DO in fact falsely detain people just to make quick cash... It happened to my parents when we were in Mexico some years ago. My brother was with them... ON A BUS... When the bus was boarded by "cops". They ripped my brother from my mother's arms and accused them of kidnapping him simply bc my brother didn't speak Spanish well enough. Funny how a few hundred dollars was all it took to "clear things up." Mexico's government is garbage... What a shame that people don't revolt. Anyhow... Getting back to the point... This must of brought unwanted attention in someone's eyes. Mexico... Land of the corrupt and dirty.

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  31. at foxnewsinsider.com Bill O'Reilly to boycott mexico if Yanira is not released.

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  32. Live from CERESO ROW. FREE YANIRA. By any means necessary

    she's been hoodwinked, bamboozled; run amok; run astray

    POWER TO THE PEOPLE NO DELAY. There trying to railroad(bus) her

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  33. they arent going to take any bribes with this much publicity, they will do it when it dies down in about 7 to 10 days, these mormans band together and will get her out... just sit tight..

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  34. I know them both..I hope it all works out..no wonder they sell stuff for reasonable prices

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  35. If they are not able to pay the bribe money then she will become a sex slave for the drug cartel bosses and the corrupt police & government officials.

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  36. I'm going with the driver involvement in any case. For now, like someone else said, 12 lbs is not a Cartel load, that's a personal load for someone who wants to sell that bit themselves. It may be the Mormon couple who live close enough to Colorado (where MJ is now legal) to make a few x-tra bucks or it may be another passenger's.

    & just because they are Mormon means nothing. Smith stole a lot of money & was run off of the East Coast, Jesse James was Mormon, as was the Lawyer that screwed the Navajo out of their mineral rights contracts while himself making out like a bandit. & recently Romney who simply doesn't give a flying fuck about the non-rich & non-white. They're just like everyone else; no better, no worse.

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  37. helloooo, it is well known how Sinaloa Cartel moved loads in buses of this sort's tires for years. bus companies are dirty

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  38. The U.S. of A will send Dennis Rodman to get her out.

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  39. seriously.. how in the hell do you know shes NOT guilty just cuz shes a mormon and american?...

    come the fuck on... remember when coke and crack hit the white communities? everyone was in denial until you couldnt be in denial anymore..

    let her stay in jail

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  40. Everyone chill out,its not hate on Mexico day.Shit happens,no-one knows what happened here?12 pounds=5 key?I tend to think she was jipped somehow,bus driver,passenger,bribe,but now its got to much publicity for all concerned.The mormons got dough when they need it,she,ll get treated better than any Mexican in his own yard,calmarse

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  41. what happened with lie detectors and finger prints.

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  42. Nothing about Mexico is good, Mexico deserves everything that is happening.

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    1. Hahahaha...there's some bomb bitches Mexico....then she got wat she deserves then....shit happeneds...

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  43. She was trying to pay off loads of debt by smuggling some marijuana into the country. The Mexican authorities are stupid but they are not dumb. Why would they bust their own load and blame it on a random American? They do this so other Americans see this and dont try to come to Mexico to make money that belongs to the cartel.

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  44. she is a very pretty woman, I think that has much to do with them letting the husband go and keeping her. If they do not allow her to go, she will have a difficult time in prison

    I don't think she did this, no one would be so stupid I agree it is the bus driver, not narcos the bus line too small.

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  45. She is innocent not because she is Mormon, she is innocent because no one would ever do this, if anything someone maybe would put it under another seat but not their own

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  46. So We let go the man who didnt knowing he was driving into mexico without a truck Full of Ammo
    , We let go the American guy without a shotgun in mexico. And Noé this bitch? fuck her let those American criminals Rot in Mexican Jail

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  47. WHERE IS THE A.C.L.U WHEN YOU NEED THEM???? WHY DONT THE JUMP ON THAT BANDWAGON!!!

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  48. so......he tried to bribe his way out, but the Mexican authorities refused it? And the Mexican authorities here are the bad guys? For refusing the bribe?

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  49. Extortion attempt pure and simple. Husband released so he could get to the bank.

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  50. Mexico es un lugar horrible y corrupto. Los Estados Unidos deve construir una pared un mil metros alto y veinte dos punto tres metros fundo en la tierra. O talvez deve conquistarlo, pues todos los Mexicanos queiren ser Americanos y han demonstrados que no sabem como administrar un govierno que no es completamente jodido. Que libre ella o arresten todos los pinches illegales.

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  51. @Bosque,

    Jesse James was a Baptist you dumb shit that makes anything else you wrote questionable at best but most likely bullshit. Do the right thing Mexico or keep looking like dumb asses to the rest of the world.

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  52. Chinga tu puta madre el de 11:19 aboco los pinches negros y grimgostabaja tan duro en usa cabron pendejo ni los pinche pochos trabajan pedejo.

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  53. it's some kind of set-up. but it's dumb that Maldonado's family let it get this far. they should have paid the bribes and walked early. what is said about Mexico is still true - pay the bribe to the cop NOW ... or pay a much bigger bribe when they take you to the station.

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  54. I'am positive Yanira is innocent! Could this be a case of corrupt state officials, I'am assuming associated with CDS, who are trying to discourage any potential BLO, or MFO, or whomever rival narco traffickers from trafficking threw their plaza(CDS)? There seems to be no other reason for the mother of 7 to face false drug charges, in my book. I think the officials from Sonora chose the wrong person to accidently accuse of drug trafficking.

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  55. PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTT! Let the bitch rot, perfect plot who would suspect it was me with teh weed?

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  56. I thought the wife was the bus driver. Here in Houston they made it sound the guy & his wife & all those kids went down to MX (not sure why) in a beat up old bus on a trip., They said all those kids are actually their grandkids. Maybe it doesn't matter, but I'm confused. Def a different story here.

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  57. She will be free soon video shows she and her husband obviously did not board with the load and for those saying she should stay in jail ill be saying that too for you when you are put in the same situation and you crying pleading your innocense show a little compassion folks this was a couple that went to visit family and a deceased aunt I believe and who would have ever thought in this case if something were to happen it was best that the military got involved with this couple rather than any cartel group if it were a cartel group they the couple would be claimed as missing right not . Regardless either scenario is no good I rather the public know who I am vs knowing me as just another missing person amongst the thousands still missing in mexico. But she will be free soon. Peace!

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  58. Mexico would have ruined her life except they knew the world would cling to every detail . Thanks to the age of instant communication it spread through out the world and the light of truth had the microscope on this incodent. Mexico released her,what else could they do ? Or is it possible there are some honorable officials down there ? Exposure seems to put most on their best behavior.

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  59. That should be Billy the Kid not Jesse James ... I'm certain the actual point was not lost on the intelligent BB posters

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  60. Not surprised if there wasn't any yeska on board to begin with. wachos probably thought they could make quick buck by extorting the only American suckers on the bus. she probably didn't have access to cash and whole situation got out of hand. Soldiers at the checkpoint should be investigated. Past weekend at a checkpoint driving south to San Felipe with my two boys, a soldier asked if I had coca on me, at first I thought he was joking and said I only had Pepsi. After we left checkpoint my 11 year old son asked me why the soldier wanted cocaine.

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  61. What does this have to do with "Mexican Drug Cartels??????" The only reason this is getting some coverage, it's because the husband is American, this shit happens to Mexicans every fucking day, where is their coverage? Buggs can you put you reporters on check to stay on task before this site goes to shit?

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    1. Thank you...someone that finally stated the thruth.This is not cartel related,also it is unimportant because she will be free.

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  62. It does have something to do with the cartels. The bus was moving their drugs and it is effecting innocent people!! A no brainer to figure that one out!!!

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  63. Mexicans do not get coverage, because it is not news in Mexico and even the Mexicans can do nothing about it. It is a way of life in Mexico.

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  64. Yeah we have been seeing alot of boring news so to say. Is it a result of EPNs new strategy? What happened to all the big stories regarding kingpins? It seems 40 and Chapo have all but dissapeared. Im guessing EPNs hush hush policy is working perfectly. Mexico once again falls into the abyss.

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  65. The Mexican military has been getting hundreds of millions of dollars from the US for support. I know first hand innocent Mexicans that have been robbed by the military. You can google it!. The "Leahy Law" provides withholding money to abusive brigades. This has been done in the past in Mexico and Colombia. If you are a US taxpayer you should be outraged. If you are a victim in Mexico and a US citizen you have a voice as a taxpayer. Sad to say I don't think the innocent Mexicans have as much say and they outnumber this sad case by the thousands.

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  66. Mexico...Is no longer Mexico.

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  67. ive ridden the tufesa bus lines many times from guaymas/empalme to tucson. It can not be the bus driver... At Nogales, before they cross the border, the bus drivers are always changed, and the other bus driver drives into the USA

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