Thursday, December 4, 2014

Almost 5,000 disappeared in Tamaulipas from 2011 to 2014



Borderland Beat posted and translated by jlopez Republished from eldiario de Coahuila

MONTERREY, NL (Apro).- With 4,875 cases of disappeared persons from 2011 to October 2014, the state of Tamaulipas is living "humanitarian tragedy", states Raymundo Ramos, president of the Nuevo Laredo Human Rights Committee.

According to the activist, the figure could reach 8,500 if one includes the reports filed in other states , such as Puebla, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Queretaro, Guanajuato and Veracruz, among others.

In an interview during the fifth meeting of organizations that accompany family members of disappeared persons, held in this city, Ramos stated that in just this year alone there have been 750 new cases in Tamaulipas.

"What Tamaulipas is going through is a humanitarian tragedy with the official figures of nearly 5,000 disappeared persons. In my opinion that number is too low, there must be three times as many, because people who were in transit from Sinaloa, San Luis, Durango, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Puebla, among others, have disappeared in Tamaulipas", he points out.

MEASURES PROPOSED BY EPN ARE QUESTIONED

As for representatives from several organizations that attended the meeting, they stated that the ten measures proposed on November 30 by president Enrique Pena Nieto "do not address the tragic and serious situation in which thousands and thousands of families of the disappeared find themselves".
 
They add: "The immense majority of disappearances have not been cleared up; on the contrary, they continue to increase, as in the case of Guerrero, where they keep finding clandestine graves, or Tamaulipas, where 750 new cases have been reported just this year alone



DD note;  Tamaulipas was where the largest mass grave site ever found -177 bodies. Most were believed to be from CA and other parts of Mx. and not included in the number of missing from Tamaulipas.  Many mass grave sites were found near the site of the San Fernando slaughter of the 72 migrants from CA. 

20 comments:

  1. Not trying to be a dick or anything. I'm fact I have been following bb for over 5 years, but we must also include gore posts. I think we have been focusing too much on the politics lately, but we must also include moments of war.

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  2. CA is for Central America, right?
    I guess since they started getting the narco-satanicos on tamaulipas, it all started goin to hell, everbody just killing and killing, but adolfo de jesus constanzo left a lot of school to follow on his footsteps, including corrupt government, and police and people from the 'artistic world', all of them had been "rayados"

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  3. It's hard reading this. These statistics abut my home state sadden me very deeply. The trip cancellations will have to continue.

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    1. I understand the feeling. I have various family members in that state that isnt included in the official number of missing.

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  4. For Tamps. I think its more. We have lost friends the police are not going to help. They say organic fertilizer THEY DON"T CARE. They worry about 43 students this a problem 5000

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  5. Hopefully all 5000 were zetas. I dont think it will get any better since Americas 3 narco states started starving them boys across the border. Careful research will show the harm in de_criminalizing cartels bread and butter. Time will tell. Just like American foreign policy aided and fueled ISIS and allowed terrorists to now have American weapons and tanks to be used in they mission against the world. How about helping 5000 people not get slaughtered instead of watching them burn through satellites. How about saving 5000 teenagers from drug addiction and poverty. Forcing cartels to make up for lost revenue with harsher more profitable and yes more addictive drugs than pot is not a good start. It will lead to double the violence of the last decade if not worse.

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    1. Dude this is the real world not a Hollywood movie. Reality is not that simple. With all the governments cutting social and rehabilitation programs to the bone how are these lost souls going to get help. All these dopers have to do is say NO to drugs and that's it. Don't blame the governments because a person is too weak to walk away from the dope. ISIS got their "American" because the pussy ass Iraqi soldiers abandoned them rather than fight the enemy. Unfortunately that's our fault for believing the Iraqis had enough balls to protect their people. The same goes for Mexico. If the Mexican government is too weak and can't protect the people the middle class and below are doomed in some shape or form. Hence is why there is 20 million illegals from Mexico, Central America and South America currently living in the US.

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    2. Zetas are the big evil dogs of tamaulipas. A weaker dog can kill a stronger dog the gobierno is bigger they can do it. the bread and butter they use to recruit more thugs and get guns. kill. corrupt. get power. When animals are rotten not matter what you do they still gona fck it up

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    3. 12:51 obviously knows nothing about north american foreign policy and resorts to regurgitating corporate media propaganda..

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  6. The entire nation of Mexico is a failed state, because there no law and order, there is no justice, so governmental institutions are not respected, because of rampant institutional corruption, guilt or innocense is determined by who you know in it's ministerial judicial system. governmental bureaucracies are the means to get rich quick in Mexico, that is considered the best employment in Mexico is to work for a governmental bureaucracy to milk the people off of bribes and or extortions to get approval for permits. What Mexico needs an armed insurrection, a complete violent revolution to change the political, cultural system.

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    1. True, I know various lower level politicians that are millionaires, I can just imagine the peña nietos of the country

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    2. What they need to do is kill corruption.. create more jobs.. and take out the millitary to police the streets and start cleaning the poop of the streets! no mercy against narco homicides! rats!

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  7. In Tamp, the killing really stared in 2003-2004, as the Z moved in the disappeared most of the Tejas, Chachos, their families & anybody associated with them including women, children, & elderly. we are talking thousands, just in Nuevo Laredo.

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  8. 5 000 x 32 edos +1 DF = a 165 000... + los ke no estan registrados....

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  9. At what point does someone in high Govt. finally ask, 'Where the hell did everyone go?'

    Here's to hoping some absconded to the US and elsewhere (changing identity) and not all ended up in shallow dirt.

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  10. Tamaulipas, almost 28,000 missing since 2003.

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  11. Esos golfos y zetas MALDITOS like fleeing to texas after they get heat from commiting homicides in mx. Since no body knows them that well in the USA, they past as unnoticed within the normal population, mexican criminal data system isn't as advanced as the us system. Reason why bunch of sicario homicides like fleeing to united states after they perpetuate crimes/killings down there. Isn't that a croc shet!?

    The brother of osiel cardenas guillen, ex gulf cartel boss once lived in Houston TX, federal agents gave him a visit but at that time he wasn't very well known not everybody knew he was cardenas guillen brother, after all of that happened he went back to mexico where he once became one of the "top leaders" of GDG it happened after his brother osiel GOT CAPTURED by the mexican military.

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  12. 12:51 dude, should we resign to the world being what it is in mexico, at least, so as to not displease you?
    --sounds like people should wait for your permission to do, whatever...
    --saddam hussein had it under control, the US, never had anyhing under control, other than the billions of dollars the private military contractors made off the american government's taxpayers for the invason of iraq, now the US can't even think of anything to do against isis, because, they are the private military of some influential american troublemakers...

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  13. Alex jones: the CIA trained ISIS...
    --and i'd say erik prince's academi helped too, with more billions of dollars to be made from assisting both sides, a la bush crime family...

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