Thursday, November 28, 2013

FP Killed in Apatzingan

Borderland Beat
Last night there was blood shed in the communities of Paracuaro and Apatzingan resulting in at least two federal police killed and ten injured. They have sent reinforcements and there are at least 100 police providing security in addition to hundreds of military personnel attempting to regain control of the region.
 
There still no casualty reports of the gunmen, but there are unconfirmed reports of potentially several killed.

There were reports throughout the day and into the night of clashes between armed men pretending to be part of the “citizen defense groups” (auto defensas) and police forces. The bloodiest confrontation occurred in Cuatro Caminos and Uspero, communities in Paracuaro and Apatzingan.

The fire fights were intense on the outskirts of the town but never reached the heart of the towns. The social media forums warned the "civilian defense groups" to remain inside their home through the night, to ensure they did not get caught in the cross fire between the police and the heavily armed gunmen.

The silent night was broken at around 10pm by the sounds of helicopters as they landed to pick up the injured to transport them to the militarized zone 43 in Tapalcatepec.

This comes after the advances of the "citizen defense group" were denied to prevent further advancements into Acahuato and the southern part of Apatzingan. The military had set up a perimeter and prevented the mobilization of the citizen groups to prevent confusion and potential for friendly fire from stray bullets.

Earlier in the day a ministerial police and a forensic investigator were ambushed and seriously injured, resulting in the pending violent confrontation.

If you have further information post up.

Source: Reports form social media and Agencia Esquema

It is believed that the gunmen that ambushed the FP and the ministerial police were Templarios (CT).



The video below is from the incursion of the Auto Defensas into Tancitaro that resulted in clashes between the Defense Groups and gunmen last week.



The Rise of Michoacan
Pictures by Proceso

22 comments:

  1. Sorry to say but Mireles is a dead man. He wont last the year out.

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    1. So many pray everyday that this scenario might nit pan out. And so should you, you negative jerk. He is one ray of hope for Michoacan

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    2. @ 3:24 AM...Yawn...Your comment is very boring and useless...Go get a life you worthless Tuta Puta cock sucker.

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    3. 3:24 what kind of woman falls in love with a troglodyte like la puta tuta? One muy pendeja,estupida,agachona y muy fea,or a very big joton.
      Thousands more people are with Dr mireles than the puta tuta,and that is the bottom line,you fucking cavemen from the world of the apes.get your asses ready for some more hurtin',ct suckeroos!

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    4. Say what you want to say. Truth is Dr Mireles has his own army that's protecting him. The own government don't want to mess with him. Templarios are no match for him. Why do you think they haven't been able to take him out

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  2. Mornin' buggs
    These federales appear to be just patsies sent in to appear to be doing something.
    The federal government has no pride and no shame.
    People has told them the exact places the criminals hide at,and the agents get sent to the exact opposite side.
    The federal government has
    No pride and no shame...

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  3. Desperation sets in as the cartels try and confuse the government that the community police are the "bad guys". Hopefully, this was anticipated and not believed. It shows that the movement is affecting the cartels.

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  4. I suppose that the government should realize that the thugs work in in dead of night to hide their cowardly acts and faces, whereas, the community police have nothing to hide and choose to operate in the light of day. Since the cartel thugs are mostly lazy drug addicts, the best time to catch them is in the morning as they sleep off their hangovers.

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  5. Are ppl really this retarded re - read the article dumbfuccz these gunmen were in the zones that the AD had already controlled and these gunmen wanted to advance their agenda into other towns that's when the FP stepped in and got attacked, 1st the state police and now the FP honestly WTF is the government waiting for send in the Marines/army these phucking hooligans have pasted the line of no return.

    Let's see that old Fart doc explain this attacked on FP now and I can't wait to see all you bottom feeders eat that shiz up. WAKE THE PHUCK UP!

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    1. Another cartel cheerleader.

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    2. Another desperate and scared coward CT faggot asshole.

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    3. 10:25 the doctor does not have to explain anything,the federals know exactly who to blame,their federal leaders that place them "strategically" where they will get hurt so the CP gets blamed,and the ct crybabies that attack them at night.
      Dr mireles and the CP are moving in the light of the day,and have no agenda against the federales or the army.
      Tuta the puta,your politica ranchera is not working,nobody believes in you bitch,keep fucking it all up for your boss:
      MIGUEL ANGEL GALLEGOS,of Zicuarain michoacan...

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  6. Another budding cartel.

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    1. If they would just conduct business without the kidnapping or killing of the innocent, then bud it big time.

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  7. anyone know what cartel they were fighting?

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  8. I dont think they were real AD personel.it must be hard to keep track of who is really who since its obvious that CT could easily send in moles to undermind the AD. That happens alot when an orginization grows big enough to where u cant keep track of your people.

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  9. I know the corrupt police in Mexico is everywhere but i also know there is honest policias trying to do their job for a better Mexico.

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  10. Either ct trying to create confusion or the government .every one has seen the government try doing this type of stuff in peaceful marches before

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  11. to the reader sending me a message about blood avocados...
    I will ask...thank you

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  12. Wow, that was fast! Maybe a post about the boycott in the meantime?

    Thanks. Take care

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  13. What i do not understand us why the gov do not replace the local police forces and the local army batallion that have been in apatzingan for more than a decade there it is clearlly that they work for cts how stupid is the mexican gov to not realize this true or maybe they know but they dont want to do anything about it because they dod not want to face politics problems if they do it

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  14. Mexican government is slow, stupid and corrupt. They let the pigs grow to fat and when they want to stop them they are way too big. Everything is backwards. They should crush the roaches before there is an infestation, not react when the infestation is unmanageable to react.

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