Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Autodefensas Arrive in Iguala, calls EPN's actions theater

Demanding the removal of Governor Aguirre, the group also slams EPN:
" Peña Nieto, is now pretending to be so concerned about these students 
after years of stigmatizing Ayotzinapa"
As Mexico gears up for mass marches on Wednesday, two community police groups join in the search for the disappeared students and demand the resignation of the governor of Guerrero.

Approximately 500 autodefensas members of the Union of Peoples and Organizations of the State of Guerrero (UPOEG) arrived in Iguala at the request of parents,  on Tuesday night to help search for the 43 students missing since September 26.

Spokesperson Bruno Plácido Valerio said that despite the mass graves found on the outskirts of Iguala, “there is no guarantee that the charred bodies are those of the students.”

“Organized crime has been killing people in the same area for years,” he added.

Of the 43 disappeared students, 17 are from Tecoanapa, Ayutla and la Costa Chica, where UPOEG has a strong presence. “Those are the children of our members,” said Plácido Valerio. “That’s why we’re joining in the search, and we hope all the family members will do the same.”

The UPOEG leader said that his group is unarmed and willing to cooperate with the gendarmes who have now been assigned control of Iguala.

At the same time, the community police of the Regional Coordinating Group of Community Authorities of the Montaña and Costa Chica of Guerrero (CRAC-PC) issued a statement demanding the resignation of Guerrero Governor Ángel Aguirre, charging that he is an “accomplice of organized crime,"  whose aim is to "silence social protest.”

The CRAC-PC went on to say that Aguirre, like Mexican president Peña Nieto, is “now pretending to be so concerned about these students after years of stigmatizing Ayotzinapa as a 'breeding ground for guerrillas,' just because the young people protest and demand their right to education.”

The community security authorities also accused Aguirre of a long list of crimes including the murder of Ayotzinapa students Jorge Alexis Herrera Pino and Gabriel Echeverríain a police operation carried out on December 12, 2011. (above photo)

On following page is a video from Vice about the autodefensas group, why they organized and the situation in Gurrero- Vice goes along with them on their night patrols

 
Sources:Telesur and Vice

30 comments:

  1. Too little too late. I hope the autodefensas overthrow the local government and arrest all police and govt officials. Next they have to go all out against the cartels and take them on. Not wait for the cartels to organize a plan of attack because we all know that is what they are doing now. Nieto is nothing but a farce and comic book figure.

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  2. The Autodefensas (and the Navy) are the best part of Mexican society.
    The rest can go to hell.

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    1. The AD and Navy, but let's just hope the Navy is able to keep its distance from the corrupt elements of government!

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    2. Good thing the navy are not corrupted l ike the rest

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  3. things are now getting interesting! let us see how the government tries to control and spin this movement now.

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    1. I hope this doe spiral out of control and they start backstabbing each other! Criminals always do!

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  4. you were correct in labeling the disinterest of the federal government racism. but why was the foreign press so disinterested? they could have saved lives if not waiting so long.

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  5. Auto Defensas should form gun clubs and at least carry hunting rifles and by law they are allowe to carry .38 supers.

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    1. .380 is max. 38 super is exclusive for military. It's a +p round and not allowed for civilians

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  6. It's unfortunate that the Guerrero auto defensas are unarmed! Or else all hell would break loose against the government.

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  7. I want to see the government or the military try and stop the autodefensa's now. These are the real Mexican hero's who have the guts to protect. Not the lice and vermin sitting in a/c offices with their money counters counting cash from their bosses the cartel capos or the fake politicians and pseudo police. Full time cartel enforcers part time fake police. How they can do the evil things to their own people, neighbors and friends I will never understand.

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    1. It's time somebody in the Military did the right thing and turned on all of the corrupt officials and said enough is enough and stood up for dignity!!!

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  8. Next door:

    http://www.mimorelia.com/noticias/michoacan/confirman-familiares-que-memo-valencia-fue-levantado-en-tepalcatepec-michoacan/150949

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  9. This is the worst thing that could possibly happen to both the government and organized crime. Politicians and crime bosses will have to collaborate in order to destroy these movements since they pose a real threat to both of them.

    The fight will continue escalating until one of the three breaks ... lets hope it will not be the communities!

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    1. It's time they did release the names of dirty politicians! Oh wait is there even one good one! Nah!!! The people should just revolt and elect donkeys! Then at least they would be represented by stubborn, hardworking, honest politicians!

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  10. We need autodefensas in the usa

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    1. I think it will eventually happen world wide. The political basterds keep squeezing eventually well fight back

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    2. No way! The USA is not perfect, but is way more honest top to bottom!

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    3. 8;04 your you that stupid your govt lies to you every day!

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    4. Yes, they do lie, but at least we still have some checks and balances!

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  11. The ''autodefensas'' in the state of Guerrero are the read-deal and have the respect they deserve, you cant compare them to the frauds/cowards that are now Fuerza Rurales in Michoacán who are nothing but a Cartel in disguise.

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  12. The cartel in the area will hide under a rock or their mothers skirt now , until it cools down.They can only kill the defenseless. -NO BALLS

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  13. Who is leading the autodefensas to guerrero is it smurf? Are they the group of dr mireles are these auto defensas trustworthy?

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  14. ¡Ánimo guerrerenses! Ustedes y los grupos de autodefensas son los únicos que pueden limpiar Guerrero del crimen organizado y los políticos corruptos. El gobierno federal y estatal les han fallado. A ellos no les importa de ustedes y lo único que hacen es enriquecerse a cuesta de las vidas de la gente guerrense. UPEOG y CRAC tomen el liderazgo de limpiar Guerrero de toda la escoria de políticos corruptos y los delincuentes que apoyan. !Den les en la madre! Que les regresen los normalistas/hijos.

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  15. 8:04 the american people are honest top to bottom, american politicians can just not be honest without selling out to the devil, in which case, the devil has them in the bag, or no hay...
    --Now if you could make me happy and mention one honest US politician from the top or from the bottom...
    --Thomas Jefferson was an honest republican, and a talented person
    --Honest abe, was honest. In spite of being a republican
    --Teddy roosevelt was a republican, and republicans love him today, but the hated his ass way back then because "they bought the sonofabitch, but he would not stay bought", he started the national parks and broke the trusts, may have been a communist, had a tail and horns and did not give a rat's ass about the poor, the disabled or the disenfranchised...
    --Today's republicans, for all their pious talk, are better known for liking money too much, not matter where it comes from, even if it comes from the government they deride so much, or from laundered drug money...

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  16. Porque no le hacen un corrido a los Autodefensas o alomenos a dr mireles enves a los narcos que matan a la gente inocente

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  17. 8.34 PM the self defence groups in Guerrero are not really connected to those in Michoacan as far as I know, although Chivis or others here are far more knowledgeable about them than me. The impression I get is that they are well organised and have not been subject to infiltration to the the extent that SOME of the Michoacan ADs have. Plenty of info about them online.

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  18. there are autodefensas groups in 13 states and have been in existence for over 100 years. although known are connected state to state there is a national organization of which the true AD belong and meet each year.

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