Wednesday, November 26, 2014

31 Students kidnapped in Cocula Guerrero in July

Borderland Beat posted by Pepe and Chivis  republished from France24
Update:  Guerrero's new Governor has confirmed these kidnappings.However he says they happened in 2013...


Note: Cocula is about 20 minutes driving time from Iguala.  I have a post from August where 31-32 bodies were discovered on the outskirts of Iguala.  No identification studies have been performed on those remains....Cocula is as violent as Iguala, with large groups of people taken and never seen again. In 2013 between the months of May-July at least three groups were taken; 12 in May, 10 in June and 23 in July.

These aside from ongoing single kidnappings and smaller groups, including entire families from their homes.  Children are not off limits.   These kidnappings and killings are unlike kidnappings in other states of Mexico.  The only gain that one can surmise, is terrorizing the populous for control.  By containing  residents in the grip of terror.

As for student kidnappings, this is nothing new, group student killings and kidnappings have been occurring for years in Guerrero and neighboring states.  Citizens begged for help from the federal governments and PGR, appealing to both the Calderon and Pena administrations, but they refused to help on grounds it was a state and local matter.  This was told to residents, even after they stressed it was the government that was part of the killings as they were in collusion with organized crime. .....Chivis



France24 Report 
The southern Mexican city of Cocula grabbed global headlines after being named by officials as the place where 43 students who went missing in September were likely murdered. Now FRANCE 24 has uncovered a new kidnapping case in the same town.

A witness to the latest kidnapping told FRANCE 24 that more than 30 high school students, including her teenage daughter, were rounded up in broad daylight on the last day of classes. It was July 7 – the children have not been heard from since.

During and after the abduction, the kidnappers told Cocula residents they would kill them if they spoke out. Terrified families did not report the incident to authorities or the media, until now.

Their collective silence is due in part to what appears to be another case of criminal complicity between local police forces and drug cartels that operate with impunity in the region. Although the captors were wearing masks, they took the secondary school students away in police vehicles that they did not even bother to camouflage.

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28 comments:

  1. Terrorize the population to control the resources that lie beneath.

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  2. So you would prefer to say nothing or do nothing when your kids disappear.THAT is the problem.Perhaps retaliate. OR be sheep, to slaughter.

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  3. Again....shit when are my mexiKANS gonna say fuck it

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    1. Mexicans only talk shit but don't do shit.. .. go over there with an AK47/AR15 and start removing the corrupted politicians, the corrupted police, the drug cartel members, the kidnappers, the extortionist, the murderers all the mexican garbage killing the weak and defenseless taking advantage of their position in power. Bola de pendejos con su viva mexico....viva mexico.... solo decir mierdas saben nadamas.. .. oh no pero la culpa no es de ellos, todos ellos son unos santitos los demas son los culpables siempre.... pendejos. pff'

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    2. Tell us how you really feel ....

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  4. This needs to be picked up ASAP by all outlets. This is gut wrenching and with all the attention Mexico, the time to bring up all of its govermenments fuck ups is now. Thank you BB for posting this, I'm beginning to see info on this trickling into other forms of media. We MUST talk about this around the clock. Sorry about my language. I'm just extremely livid reading what happened.

    QwikNes

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    1. YOU'RE RIGHT THIS IS THE TIME WHERE ALL THE BIGGEST CRIMES COMMITED BY ORGANIZED CRIME GROUPS, DRUG CARTELS, CROOKED POLITICIANS IN MEXICO SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO LIGHT, SHOW THE REST OF THE WORLD WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON,

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  5. This "drug war" is so predictable and obvious to the naked eye...money is everything and yes this is an irrelevant issue on this post but I just wanted to let it be known...Mexican authorities are so gullable and weak to the big money...this coming from a person that has actually known ppl in the drug business on this side of the border...this is a never ending storie I just hope that with forums like this ppl are Able to realize the type of ppl in power not only in Mexico but in a lot of "developed" countries...and thanx chivis for this forum and actually participating in it...gracias de un Mexicano

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  6. if u listen to Pres. Nieto this did not happen

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  7. Please remember all of Mexico is not like this. I live near Guadalajara and travel by car, bus, and plane and have no problems. We know where not to go but most places are fine unless you are a fool with a Rolex/Mercedes. I wear a Timex and drive a Nissan Micra and have no problems.

    Thanks for taking the time listen and watch the media coverage of Mexico.

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    1. u got guts my experience was pretty bad I was lucky to get out

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  8. Yeah i read this at the sinembargo site last night, 31 children kidnapped and disappeared that is 31 boys and girls for christ's fuckin sake! And it had to be french media that brought this to light, despite the parents of these children and the while town being threatened by these cartel sons of bitches c"mon! Someone somebody had to report this sooner, and of course not televisa cause those assholes on the contrary try to sweep these kinds of atrocities under the carpet, im talkin about the few independent proggressive media that exists in that shithole of a country.

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    1. I wonder if this was for organ donation;such a great number of children at once or why else would they murder so many children at once or just for fun.Thats sick.

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  9. Doesn't seem to be associated with all the kidnappings, but 10 decapitated and burned bodies found this a.m. on highway near Chilapa, with message directed against Los Ardillos - with photo: http://www.proceso.com.mx/?p=389115

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  10. courage Mexique , le bien l emportera sur le mal , en France nous sommes plein a suivre le Mexique , vous été pas seul

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  11. courage Mexique , le bien l emportera sur le mal , en France on vous suit , amicalement un Français libre

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  12. The Mexican interior minister, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, said his office called the principal of the Justo Sierra junior high school in Cocula, and that he said his lists didn't show that any students were missing.

    “The principal assured us that no student is missing,

    You have to look very closely at what EPN or Osorio say. The children that were abducted were leaving school on the last day of the school year. Therefore they were not students. If they didn't enroll in this school year, they would not be on the principal's list of missing students. By PRI's logic they did not liie. (just didn't tell the whole truth that 31 children who were formerly students are missing).

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    1. Excellent point you brought up.

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    2. They can't know everything all the time, mexico is big with tons of citizens, with bunch of criminals every where, local autorities need to do their part too. But we all know most of them don't work for the common citizen, main problem.

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    3. And yesterday it was reported that the new Governor of Guerrero confirmed a mass kidnapping of 30 students in Cocula, but he said it happened in July of 2013, not 2014. So it looks like it definitely happened, but France 24 may have the year wrong.

      http://www.sinembargo.mx/27-11-2014/1178803

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    4. Osario Chong has not had anything to do with criminality in Gro. If you read my posts they and the administration before Pena...calderon, refused. Also if you have read my many posts on gro, iguala , taxco and cocula over the last year you will calculate the truth in numbers and that groups are often taken. huge groups.

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  13. Here ya go ... finally admitted.

    http://www.jornada.unam.mx/ultimas/2014/11/27/confirma-gobernador-de-guerrero-desaparicion-de-jovenes-en-cocula-6140.html

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  14. There has been a recent trend of news of late exposing the reality in Mexico. EPN has gone to great effort, with complicity of major global news networks, to bury the facts by not reporting them or keeping them out of the mainstream press. After living in Mexico for close to 20 years, I fear that this stream of exposures will fade into the past as all other scandals have in Mexico. Constitutional changes need to be made in Mexico's government, even some political parties in Mexico recognize this, but there is will only to do this where convenient. Democracy in Mexico has given Mexicans a false illusion that plagues modern democracies like the United States where the power of the people ends with the vote while big business, the press, and politicians work to maintain the status quo. Mexico is a narco state and therefore a failed one. It's a shame that many Mexicans still live in denial over this; their country burning in flames around them and they are asleep while others ransack and run away with what little remains untouched by the flames. Mexicans are very proud of their nation and roots, but swaths of them jump at each others throats --there are exceptions mind you-- daily paying bribes to corrupt government officials to care of municipal transactions; defy traffic laws by speeding, using cell phones, cutting, invading bus and bicycle lanes, ignoring stop signs and red lights. I am not here to bad mouth Mexicans. The bottom line is tat change needs to come from the bottom, from the top, and from within.

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  15. Denial, denial and more denial by the queens of denial, El PRI got back in power, assisted by priista politicians from all the states and all branches of government, in exchange for being worse than el PAN, and impunity for pan operators that so desired...under the watchfl eye of the US operators like the CIA, and henry kissinger, the drug dealing global operator, money launderer, nazi protector and disciple, giver of life to latin american dictatorships and schools of the assassins, war criminal, convicted of crimes against humanity, self made millionaire at the shadow of US goverment "contracts"...

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  16. Everybody blames the goverment check coast to coast Am people sometimes vanish maybe ufo are taking the mexicans

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