Monday, December 30, 2013

Uprising Of Churumuco; the Self-Defense Movement Continues/How Churumuco Rose Up In Arms

Update: How Churumuco Rose Up In Arms

Uprising Of Churumuco; the Self-Defense Movement Continues

By: Charbell Lucio

Churumuco, Michoacán—The General Council of the Self-Defense Groups, led by Dr. José Mireles Valverde, attested on Sunday morning the armed uprising and the emergence of a new self-defense group in the municipality of Churumuco in Michoacán.

This occurs, just after December 20th when the leader of the self-defense movement in Michoacán said that the movement will continue to expand and that they’ll support all the municipalities in the state who want to “uprise” against organized crime.


It was on Sunday, with the presence of local leaders from Tepalcatepec, Buenavista and Aguililla, led by Mireles Valverde, when citizens of Churumuco gathered in the courtyard of the city hall where they were invited to join the newly formed self-defense group.


There, the doctor said that there are three other municipalities in sight: Huetamo, Nueva Italia and Apatzingán.  Meanwhile in the long term they also contemplate to reach the state capital, Morelia.



Even though the governor, Fausto Vallejo, has previously said that the expansion of the self-defense movement will not be permitted, the leader assures that there is no will by the government to stop them, or to guarantee the safety of the people in arms.


Contrary to what is said by the governor, the phenomenon has spread to nearly 60 communities throughout dozens of municipalities in the Tierra Caliente region in Michoacán.


 



Churumuco, as well as Zicuirán and Chaus, villages of the municipality of La Huacana, and San Juan Nuevo of the municipality of Parangaricutiro, are the most recent or “the latest territories liberated of organized crime”.

To date, The list of municipalities liberated are: Buenavista Tomatlán, Tepalcatepec, Aguililla, Aquila, Coalcomán, Chinicuila, Los Reyes, Tancítaro, La Huacana, and Vista Hermosa.  However, it is known that groups of armed civilians maintain their presence in at least three more municipalities where they are ready to uprise at any time.

In addition, the aim is to extend the movement to the municipalities of Apatzingán, Múgica, Nueva Italia, Ario de Rosales and Morelia.

Source: Revolución 3.0



How Churumuco Rose Up In Arms



By: Camila Luna

Churumuco, Michoacán— José Manuel Mireles Valverde and a group of Community Guards were preparing for a new uprising in arms.  Behind them, a concrete arch welcomed them to the municipality of Churumuco, and on the other side, the barricades made out of sand bags protected the entrances of the town.

When it came time to accomplish the uprising of the new Community Guard, Mireles Valverde asked his companions to pose for a photo.  “Let the background show, so they know that we are already in Churumuco, so the governor will say not a step more to the self-defense movement”, said the doctor to the cameras while they were being photographed.

In an interview, Mireles Valverde said that the uprising of the Michoacán towns won’t end in Churumuco, he noted that more municipalities remained to be “liberated from these degenerates”, as they refer to the criminals.


Nueva Italia, Huetamo and Ario de Rosales, Mireles said, asked for the support of the community police to form their own self-defense groups in response to widespread discontent by the abuses from criminal groups; support without a date set, says the doctor, will be brought to different places.

Without fearing the government warnings, that threaten to halt the advancement of the self-defense movement, Manuel Mireles said sharply that the Michoacán government has neither the capacity nor the desire to stop the emergence of more armed groups, and that the Michoacán government is contaminated by organized crime.

“They can’t get in; because they sold the positions that they have…those who command are organized crime, not the state government”.


After the impromptu photo shoot, the leader of the General Council of The Self-Defense Groups, got in a self-defense patrol vehicle, some with the words “Autodefensa de Zicuirán”, others with just a green ribbon hanging as a symbol that from now on, Churumuco will use to identify those who support the group.

In a convoy and after a few minutes, the community patrols stopped at the offices of the city hall of Churumuco.  Manuel Mireles was the first to enter the basketball field, considered to be the most suitable location to give his discourse to the town.

Children, women, the elderly, and unarmed men were covering their faces; they responded the invitation from the coordinators of the self-defense groups and heard the message from the leader of the self-defense groups.


There, the General Counsel of the Citizens Council of the Self-Defense Group of Tepalcatepec encouraged the villagers to join the Community Guard and to take up arms to exterminate the criminal group that operates in that region.

Standing on the steps of the court, covering himself from the sun with a sombrero, and completely unarmed, Jose Mireles gave his speech of a Churumuco “free” from kidnappings, extortions, and executions; the most common crimes in the area, according to the leader of the self-defense groups.

Accompanied by the coordinators of the Community Guards of Tepalcatepec, Buenavista Tomatlán, Coalcomán and Aguililla, the doctor pledged his full support to the Self-Defense Groups in the Tierra Caliente region, while ensuring that the Army and Federal Police would also support the people who choose to create their own group.


Given the curious stares of the people who seemed to not understand what was going on, Mireles advised the villagers to conceal their weapons when passing a military checkpoint, not to hide, but as an act of respect for the authorities.

Before ending his speech, the community leader asked the people to raise their hands if they were willing to participate in the checkpoints, but only a young girl rose her hand, then came an awkward silence, and without further ado, another woman said: “If we came to this meeting it is because we are ready to join”.  With those words, it showed the support from the villagers.

Thus Mireles and his people went to another village that morning that would also be liberated.  Thirty minutes from Churumuco, neighbors from the tenancy of Poturo awaited the arrival of the Community Guards.

The elderly at the front sat on benches in the main square and up, at a kiosk, Mireles once again, invited the people to join the Self-Defense movement.

Source: Michoacán 3.0
 

55 comments:

  1. Start with City Hall, then the Police Station....

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  2. This Dr. Mireles is one amazing man. When the people that are supposed to protect them fail at their job. It is up the the individual to protect himself with vigor.

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  3. I see they upgraded their weaponry hmm more fast and furious I suppose

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    1. Nope, those are weapons that they took from the Caballero Templarios..

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    2. And what you know that for a fact? You got proof that arsenal came from cjng

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    3. Heyy 6:11 stop crying fucking cts mamaverga let me tell you something there are narcos that only do drugs those are the real narcos unlike cts,zetas, cida, rojos, fm, la mochomera and or beltranes , los teos , cdg, juarez cartel, caf, etc who are just a bunch of thieves robbers sociatys scambags kidnappers , reapers ,child molesters, son of biches like you

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    4. You only left out cds give me a C h e e r l e a d e r peAce LoKs

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    5. Don't know cts is but long live CTGM Y LA TUTA no se raje mi profe fuck all you haters

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    6. Son del nabisco.

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    7. Hoye 1:59 cts es un caro que ase la compania de la cadillac. Por lo sierto es un corro muy bueno y leventa viejas a lo pendejo you te lo recomiendo por que yo tenia uno pero desgrasiada mente unas pinches ratas me estavan extorsionando y lo tube que vender.

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  4. That is the best thing they can do for themselves.

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  5. This a growing group, look out Sr. President, people are sick of your BS.
    A group of 4 poor people in Soto Marina where kidnapped two weeks ago. They have no $$$$, why would the bad guys do that! i don't understand

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    1. Sante muerte ritual sacrifice for narco buisness deal

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  6. Sta bien gacho por aya esos weyes son bien bravos y traicioneros por eso no suben... No yegan ni a caminar media cuadra juntos cuando ya kieren traicionar. Y asta creen ke van a yegar lejos esos vatos... La jente no save ni ke onda....

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  7. Makes you wonder how these people have the funds to obtain their weapons?? It's good to see that they are taking the fight to the bad guys just hope that another cartel isn't behing all of this!!!

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    1. They say they pick them up from templarios. And it seems they have plenty of weapons. They raid there safe houses and get ammo, guns, and bullet proof vest and trucks. I also think some of them already had some guns. These are rural areas and little gov authority. I can only speak for my area in durango but not only narcos have ar15's, ak's and high caliber handguns. A lot of people like guns and have been smuggeling them from the u.s for years. Some people like having nice jewelry others like guns. And I imagine it must be the same through out the republic of mexico. And not all community guards have heavy caliber guns. I've seen old rifles and shotguns as well. Hope the community guard keep marching forward and fighting for the people

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  8. hell yeah that guy is the bomb!

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    1. La tuta se le rajo al chapo cuando le preguntaron dijo cada kien a lo suyo y su estado pero ke no mande militares a violar a mis muchachos... Los michoacanos nos la pelan al los sinaloenses ke no les kepa duda...

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  9. these guys are secretly bankrolled by cartel kingpins trying to fuck with other cartels.

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    1. Lols sino no tubieran ahy todo el dia sin jalar. Mas claro no esta.

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  10. Looks like the are getting really really good weapons. From where?

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    1. Hey you cts mamapitos your cartels is over do you understand

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  11. Can anybody get one of those green or yellow wristbands,headbands?

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  12. Is anyone asking themselves how or where are these people getting their weapons from because I am .. last time I checked fire arms are illegal in Mexico... so are they just making them from scratch or are they being supplied by a certain Cartel.... And most of these people don't have jobs to contribute to buying these weapons so where are they getting the money from to buy them

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    1. Look you my friend let me explain it to you these people the self defense men are people who were being extorted by cts scambag cartel . Now that they are not being extorted by cts they are still putting that money to keep the movement on because its on their interest to do it so they will never have to pay no criminal organization no money anymore soo they use this money to buy guns ,weapons , gas , food and whatever they need to keep on fightting cts your quetion is who are they buying the weapons from ? Well my opinion theyre buying the weapon from rival cartels and also getting weapons from the cts cartel when they kill them or raid their stash houses . But let me tell you something even if they are buying weapons from a rival cartel tjis thats not mean that this rivel cartel is going to take over michoacan and do the same cts do to the people because this same people the members from the self defense men will not let them do it because they are not willing to give their money to no criminal org anymore do you understand my friend if you still dont like it is because you support cts scambags

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  13. That sure is some nice rifles one looks to be gold or silver plated in some places and slot of them seem to be wearing the same boots js

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  14. deputize some of the citizens and form a new police force. fire the local government and place trustworthy people. even if you have to hold elections so the feds will recognize them . and capture and arrest Fausto Vallego, that degenerate corrupt governor and replace him with dr mireles.

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    1. Keep on crying ct member or cts family member because if the dogs keep barking is because they are losing the batle yeaaahhj

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    2. "Ugly midget indios" any fuken Indio from michoacan would fuck u up! I wish u were in front of me so I could knock you senseless bitch ass! Reason they have good weapons cus if they're gonna defend themselves against la Puta and his fags is might as well do it deep, no regrets and by ALL means!!! Do you remember the last article on how CT extort ALL avocado growers??? Guess what??? Those avocado growers have major cash and I bet they're buying weapons for the "midget ugly indios!"!!! Repeat this slowly so you can get it: "Soy un P-E-N-D-E-J-O hecho y derecho". Estupido imbecil!!!!

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  16. they have to look after themselves... their own government is corrupt as can be, their police forces are all murders... their local politicians are basically cartel members.. the banks in that country are all into money laundering in with gov.... who else have to got to turn to when they are nothing more than shit to be beheaded to their own elected officials?

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  17. firearms are not illegal. citizens under the constitutional article 10 have the right to bear arms. but it is restricted to the caliber they carry no assault rifles

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  18. A ver a ver a ver, segun estos vatos su objectivo es controlar todo el estado de Michoacan y mantenerlo en paz sin los CT en el estado.Pero tambien tienen presencia en Guerrero y Tabasco nadien sabe si Dr.Mirales tiene alguna comunicacion con los otros Auto Defensas de otros estados?

    Todo esto se me hace muy pero muy sospechoso quien estaran atras de todo esto? Algunos empresarios de Mexico? Algunos Ex politicos? Algun Cartel? Estados Unidos? Las Auto Defensas es un monstro para los carteles tan poco en salido y ya tienen presencia en varios estados ojala y no se les suba el poder a la cabeza...

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  19. at 5:50 you racist mother fucker, how the fuck your comment got in is beyond comprehension. these "ugly indios" as you call them have more courage in a strand of hair then you have in your stinking ass body.

    get the fuck out of here

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  20. wasn't me folks! and thank you!
    He is out of here as you wished....Paz, Chivis

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  21. A was going to send a photo of a message from the zetas that I seen hanging from a bridge here in Nuevo Laredo. But somebody at bb is filtering information. Your not putting all the comments. When you do that you lose good sources.im finished sending from inside Nuevo laredo.and im a good source.

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  22. Call them what you'd like, I call them BALLSY as Hell! How many of us U.S. Citizens would have the intestinal fortitude to stand up? Unfortunately, I think the vast majority of, we, Americans have grown soft in the belly. Furthermore, it appears that they do confiscate the supplies of their adversaries’. I'll bet that many of them are not damning Fast and Furious, now.

    May God Bless them.

    “… A wise general will strive to feed off the enemy.

    One bushel of the enemy's provisions is worth twenty of our own, one picul of fodder is worth twenty of our own.”
    ---Sun Tzu

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  23. we always "filter" comments. Look to the right column there is states what we do.

    If you sent you comment yesterday or day before...3 mods were working comments

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  24. Cartels don't want none of these self-defense groups it seems.

    It proves what cowards Narco's really are. As long as they got their guns and
    innocent people don't, they'll always be 'brave' but when innocent people are armed to the teeth the cartels won't go near them.

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  25. I am 100% for Peace through International intervention and diplomacy .
    However, Mexico will not allow it or invite it. The atrocities have fell on deaf ears. Dr. Mireles is making history . He looks so determined and respectful in the photos .

    Roughrider 1898

    God Bless Dr. Mireles God Bless Borderland Beat & Happy New Year

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  26. Hey people ......... This is history in the making . You are watching history unfold on BB.

    Dr. Mireles is a myth a legend. Men like him are our last hope and in that sense, he is a truly dangerous man God Bless Dr. Mireles & God help Mexico.

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  27. Dr. Mireles= Emiliano Zapata!

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  28. It an't no fun when the rabbit gots the gun..... lol

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  29. Watch the president & the cartels can not let Dr. Mireles live. Look what the Goverment did to my hero Emiliano Zapata

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  30. Dr.Mireles is leader

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  31. If they're getting weapons from other cartels,it doesn't necessarily mean they're allies. They could be using that as an advantage. Why wouldn't they accept high caliber weapons? They are trying to take back Michoacan as soon as possible, so why not. Once they have the arsenal they won't let other cartels in Michoacan. I'd say it's pretty smart if that's what they're doing. But im sure they take what CT leave behind and also have people who buy them weapons from outside.

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    1. Thats the same thing i say , fuck it this is a war a war against crime and so since this is a war anything goes . Not just the bad guys are the only ones allow to do whatever they want in a war , the good guys have the same choice to use againt them this is a fucking war people please understand anything goes .

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  32. Tuta/Too are doing their best impersonation of Gaddafi and S.Hussein. It looks like the end is coming soon.

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  33. Right now, thousands of paisans from the U.S.A. have arrived or are now traveling to their home states. Many paisans are from rural Michoacan and Jalisco. Most are bringing Christmas gifts like dresses, shoes, bikes, TVs, ovens, refrigerators, etc. The most popular gift that always bring excitement. Guns. Pistols to assault rifles have long been a tradition in rural Mexico. Not all gun smuggling are for narcos.

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  34. Sorry, I forgot paragraph 2.

    Most paisans that moved to the USA, are there to help their mothers and families. Building a new house, sending much needed funds for basics, even paving roads. They have a long tradition of helping the underdog. Many paisans are truly sickened and outraged by the conduct of these cartels. Especially with the Zetas and the caballeros temporarios.

    Guns make wonderful Christmas gifts.

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  35. Heyy bb dr mireles said that in about 2 or 3 days they were going to take 3 more municipalities ; huetamo, ario de rosales and turicato . oh yeah by the way bb there is video on youtube about when las autodefensas entered churumuco which you guys should add it up to this article

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  36. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10202421717017854&set=a.3240608427700.145921.1641484967&type=3&theater

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  37. I think they need to create their own temporary justice system and capital punishment to clean up crime and corruption. All crimenals to be judge by a jury from villages. They should put all criminals and corrupt politician or government officials thru the their justice system.

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  38. This group is pulling strings that may reel in the president.

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  39. Esto si se merece que hagan corridos y cansiones. Que la mecha se encendio y no se apague.

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