Friday, January 24, 2014

Community Police Enters the Capital of Guerrero


The Community Police said that they entered the village because the locals called for their intervention.
Mexico City, January 23— Around 500 members of the Union of Towns And Organizations Of The State Of Guerrero (Unión de Pueblos y Organizaciones del Estado de Guerrero (UPOEG)) entered the town of El Ocotito in the municipality of Chilpancingo, the state capital, this afternoon where they arrested at least five suspected members of organized crime who were engaging in extorting and kidnapping people of that community.
Bruno Placido Valerio
Bruno Placido Valerio, leader of the organization, told reporters that he entered the village and that the people demanded an intervention since as it has been previously reported that there is an increase in insecurity.
 
After carrying out operations on the streets, the Civil Guards arrested at least five suspected criminals who will be presented in the coming hours.
 
Placido Valerio did not rule out more arrests of people who are linked to organized crime, who conduct kidnappings and extortions on the people and businesses of the community.


A member of the Community Police in Ocotito, Guerrero 
Photo By: Ezequiel Flores
According to press reports, the presence of the Civil Guards extends to villages such as Mohoneras, Buenavista de la Salud, Rincón de la Vía and Cajeles.

It is reported that these groups have set up checkpoints after entering the state capital this afternoon.
 
Last week, the Board of Common Land and Communities Opposed to the Parota Dam (Consejo de Ejidos y Comunidades Opositoras a la presa la Parota (CECOP)), announced the creation of a Community Police that operates in 47 villages of the municipality of Acapulco, Guerrero.

Marco Antonio Suastegui Muñoz with Subcomandante Marcos
Marco Antonio Suastegui Muñoz, leader of this organization, said that the formation of these Self-Defense Civil Guards is in response to the state and federal government forgetting about them.

He also said that this group of Community Police will be governed by the Regional Council of Community Authorities (CRAC), and will consist of people from the communities of Agua Caliente, Huamuchitos, Amarillo, among others.
 
“We need the governors to have a say and to not repress these social movements, in this we will never have an agreement,” he said.  “Right now, what we need the most is to have the support of the citizens, the governors, and other related social organizations.  “The last thing we need is a confrontation with the authorities”.
 
Last December, the National Human Rights Commission presented a report on the Self-Defense Groups in Guerrero, which states that the increase of these organizations in the state is indicative of the lack of an “effective response from the State” and a “void” that was generated by the state and local authorities of their fundamental obligations to ensure safety”.
 
Ángel Aguirre Rivero
The governor of the state, Ángel Aguirre Rivero, stepped out and rejected the report by the NHRC.  He considered it as “alarmist”.  However, the defender of human rights organization told him that he shouldn’t allude responsibility for the Self-Defense Groups, since they have confirmed that the state authorities have not responded effectively to the insecurity problem experienced by the people of Guerrero.
 
According to the report, there is a presence of the Self-Defense Groups in the seven regions of Guerrero, as well as 46 of the 81 municipalities of the state; in which 2,307,169 people live in, who represent 65.47% of the total population of Guerrero.

Source:  Sin Embargo

36 comments:

  1. why the guy at side of Marco Antonio Suastegui Muñoz (Left) is werimg mask and smoking a pipe... just like SubComandante Marcos used to do it...

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    1. Because it is him,can't you read menso.

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  2. subcomandante marcos :)

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  3. TWO EVENTS IN LOS ANGELES:

    http://borderland-beat-forum.924382.n3.nabble.com/TWO-LOS-ANGELES-EVENTS-BENEFITTING-MICHOACAN-td4063328.html

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  4. here is a new dr Mireles video with donation information

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPycdMOxUu8&list=UUofCm1vazOtrJu51EgF1hLA&feature=c4-overview

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  5. Subcomandante Marcos has been pretty quiet lately.

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  6. I'm sorry to break the news folks, But there are no long term affects of these resistance. This is not a revolution. A revolution people want to change a life style, a way of living. Like Abraham Lincoln and MLK did, change an entire ideoligy.

    These resistance are simply fed up with the recent players. Case in point..CT.

    Short term, the resistance will probably take over CT.. perhaps.

    Same game; different player

    Long term, these same resistance will be asking the of people same what CT was asking. Lets just hope that new group will be more honorable and courteous.

    You see man, it has been like this in Mexico for years. Mexicans are greedy and that's cool for them. This ideolgy has been embeded with them for generations.

    Us American have no clue how it is in Mexico. Again this Bush doctrine that every nations has to be like the US is nonsense. Let Mexico be.. .Yes I agree the violence has to stop. But the game will keep going. Case in point when CT is ousted, lets hope the group is more cival. Lets hope they are nice and not greedy.

    This is not a revolution, these are people who are fed up on the current situation. A revolution is Abraham Lincoln, MLK changing the hearts of people, changing a life style a way of living. Unfortuantely in Mexico that is not the case. There are to stuborn to let go of greed and their life style.

    Mexicanos don't hate. You know want I'm talking about.....dame una mordita compa, una corbrada......and that's cool. It gets you in front of the line.

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    1. Most Mexicans are good people who do honest hard work! Its the few who are in positions of power that have breed this system of corruption from the local level all the way up. Mexicans are greedy? All people around the word are greedy! The coruption in Mexico has gone too far and the people are fed up! I bet there are people within government who are also fed up and are starting to make a difference from within.

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    2. You really are such a stupid ass. You mention MLK and Lincoln and how Mexico has no one like them. We'll guess what??? For Mireles and the other leaders that have stood up they got great courage and they're going AGAINST the cartels!!! This we hope pushes the Gov't to negotiate with cartels and stop the violence because you're only right about one thing, that the game of drugs will go on. But you're stupid if you don't see change in this, policia comunitaria is gaining momentum for sure, there's no denying that. No seas PENDEJO!!!

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    3. You sir are and idiot. Some of the most generous people i have met on this planet are mexicans. PEOPLE are greedy, get it right

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    4. "You sir are an idiot" Couldn't agree more. Lincoln??? Please, it is safe to say you have no knowledge of Mexico. Its like comparing apples and oranges. These people are risking their lives!

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  7. @January 24, 2014 at 11:16 AM

    Yeah that was him. I fixed the caption, thanks for pointing that out.

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  8. Could this be a begining of the AutoDefensas in guerrero?

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    1. guerrero been had ad before michoacan

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  9. Who Marcos "used" to smoke a pipe? He still does....

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  10. What is Manny Paquio doing in Mexico?

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  11. what cartel controls guerrero???

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    1. I'm not quite sure but, I think Z. But also CJNG have been in there fighting.

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    2. In the part of tierra caliente from Guerrero La Familia Michoacana control by the Coast Los Caballeros And CJNG and By The North Side Los Rojos And Guerreros Unidos and some little cells of barredora, and CIDA's..

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    3. Who are the CIDA's?.

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    4. The CIDA's are Cartel Independiente De Acapulco..

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  12. Organisesen para combatir los carteles y registresen para votar en contra de los politicos corruptos . Nada mas asi pordran vivir en paz y que dios este con udstedes y los bendiga.

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  13. With the United States legalizing marijuana, the auto defensas and the community police combating organized crime and seizing their properties and more people rising against criminals the noose is tightening. Criminals are coming out of hiding and are on the run where they will more than likely be caught or killed by other criminals. The Mexican citizens are opening their eyes and fighting back. Spreading like wildfire. USA should be more alert for criminals possibly fleeing to the American side to save their hides.

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  14. Cada 100 años, una limpieza.

    Pero, esta vez, de profunda! Al raiz!

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  15. Marcos is def around if one knows where to look.....

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  16. Lets face it! The Mexican federal government has been corupt for too long. The citizens of Mexico will no longer stand back anymore. The government cannot be everywhere at once, so the people are just taking matters into their own hands! They will take back their own communities. They already know who the criminals are, where they live, and the corupt officials will get exposed!!! The good honest citizens outnumber the parasites by far!!! The movement cannot be stopped!

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  17. Here in San Fernando Tamps., not good, still dangerous. But the officials are still getting rich. No hope in SF. They owen it.

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  18. Chivis, who controls guerrero??

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  19. Chivis..The link is showing as a dead file for me..http://borderland-beat-forum.924382.n3.nabble.com/TWO-LOS-ANGELES-EVENTS-BENEFITTING-MICHOACAN-td4063328.html..I would like to attend, and see if I can help in any way..can you show dates , and time, place?

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  20. wow sorry about that it is going on beginning in 40 minutes socal time
    and lasting for a few hours it is in front of the Mexican consulate downtown LA the other on is in San Jose.
    the post is in BB forum

    here again http://borderland-beat-forum.924382.n3.nabble.com/TWO-LOS-ANGELES-SAN-JOSE-EVENTS-BENEFITTING-MICHOACAN-td4063328.html

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  21. Chivis...nevermind I found it

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  22. But they are fighting just to fight. They are not fighting to change the capitalist class sytem that lives in mexico and america. They are not fighting for the liberatin of people from their greedy ways. Thats why this auto defensa will fail because they will eventually have to turn into "them" to sustain its power. And once The templarios are done then the other cartels will move in and make pieces of them and conqure the once peacefull michoacan.

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    1. It can't fail.its like high jacking a plane.that shit happing anymore. No more cartels can get in there.if any body is seen selling drugs there kicked out of town

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  23. Arriba mi Guerrero!!! sigan adelante me estado querido.

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  24. Mexico my country which is not mine but i was born there is and its painfull.to say it a fucking shithole.

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