Monday, December 1, 2014

Five more burnt bodies found in Guerrero



Borderland Beat by DD material  from Business Standard and Global Research.  A brief early story on this was posted on the Forum yesterday by .Mars220

Chilpancingo (Mexico), Dec 1 (IANS/EFE) Five burnt bodies were found over the weekend in Chilapa de Alvarez, a town in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, police chief Job Encarnacion Cuenca said.

Police received a call around 8.40 p.m. Saturday that an SUV was on fire about three km from Chilapa de Alvarez, Cuenca told Efe news agency.

Officers found five bodies that had been set on fire with straw in the vehicle, the police chief said.

The corpes found Saturday night were not far from where 43 missing Ayotzinapa students are feared to have been killed by drug gangs. 

The bodies may be those of five businessmen who disappeared last week, security officials said. 
According to forensics there are five charred and beheaded bodies,” local authorities said, also concluding that the bodies were most likely unrelated to the case of the 43 missing students from Ayotzinapa.

The corpes found Saturday night were not far from where 43 missing Ayotzinapa students are feared to have been killed by drug gangs.

Officials added that they are waiting for the forensic service to identify the bodies
he town of Chilapa, which is situated 323 km south of the capital, Mexico City, witnessed a violent confrontation between gangs in July, leading authorities to enforce a curfew for several days. The area is well known for its high production of marijuana and opium poppy

At least 500 Army troops and 30 police agents were sent to tighten security in Chilapa, according to Mayor Francisco Janier Garcia, who admitted to feeling overwhelmed by the situation.

Last Thursday, police found the headless bodies of 11 young men on the road between Chilapa de Alvarez and Ayahualulco, the Guerrero Attorney General's Office said. 

The bodies were dumped in the road after a shootout Wednesday night between rival gangs, Guerrero AG's office spokesmen told Efe. 

The Los Rojos and Los Ardillos gangs have been fighting for control of the illegal drug trade and other criminal activities in a section of Guerrero.

Two clandestine graves containing 13 bodies were found nearly a month ago in Chilapa de Alvarez.
Since President Enrique Peña Nieto was elected, 30,789 people have been killed

42 comments:

  1. "The '43' believed to have been killed by drug gangs" are believed to have been killed by the police, after being chased into a trap on the iguala city by the mexican armed forces... maybe some narcs assisted, but they are just not into killing students, this is all government delivering a message to the hated normal rurales.
    Emilio chuayffet would love to have the narcs blamed and bury this issue, to save pena nieto and his ass, at least blame the imperial couple de iguala, not any federal minister of pena nieto, alsonsave angel aguirre rivero, for another dirty job may be needed later, and he is one of the experts since the era of el jundillo de zedillo, about 20 years of heroinic service to the pri and other federal bitches...

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    1. Exactly, that is what I said the second I read about this horrible event. The government realized at a certain point during this drug war that they could go back to the political murders and disappearances of the dirty war 68-82. Don't get caught but if you do, blame it on the cartel. When dealing with the cartel it is about who benefits?! The disappearing of these kids,'they gain nothing besides resentment in la plaza. Political murders and nothing more!!

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    2. They blame everything on "the drug war". What drug war??? The only people fighting the cartels are autodefensas. Anyhow, there could be a serial killer running wild & they'd blame those deaths in the cartels too.

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    3. What a joke with this fools and their malevolent intentions

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  2. Just got back from Plaza Bahia shopping center in Acapulco.About 11:00 A.M. The new Governor had some type of meeting in the Government offices. When he left his motorcade with full security detail he looked all business. Don't know what was on the agenda. Lets hope something will change....for the better.

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    1. In regards to above post, Just watched news (Adela), evidently there was more civil unrest in Chilpancingo, Burned police vehicles ect,,,

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    2. The Walmart Acapulco Icacos was closed today due to student teacher strike.

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  3. The state government of Guerrero needs to be dissolved and governance put in the hands of federal authorities. By all measures, this is a failed state with an internal conflict going on.

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    1. Rethink what you have just posted. The whole country is a giant conflict. There has been a civil war in Mexico for years, it just hasn't been declared.

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    2. No, "the whole country" is not in a giant conflict. There are numerous areas of Mexico that have rock bottom murder rates. States like Yucatan, Queretaro, and Tlaxcala have homicide rates comparable to Western Europe. Baja California Sur had less than 100 homicides last year.

      That's comparable to 2,000+ homicides in Guerrero and Chihuahua. There are a handful of states (with Guerrero leading the pack, but Chihuahua, Tamaulipas, Sinaloa, Michoacan and Coahuila are up there as well) that are on a qualitatively and quantitatively different level from the rest of Mexico.

      You're delusional if you think the security situation in, say, Merida, is the same as in Tierra Caliente or Reynosa, for example. The government needs to focus its response on these most problematic areas.

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  4. This is not 'not far' from Cocula where the news from the Government claims the 43 students were killed. This is east of Chilpancingo, notably south of Iguala. These mafia groups might be smaller than other parts of Mex, and are always probing to get more territory. It is amazing to me though that 'the word gets out', when a confrontation is to be had that night. One can not hear music or even dogs barking before hand. Then one hears the honking of the horns, and the motorcycles racing about in the streets. Then the gun shots, and finally the quite again, or maybe some distraught screams from loved ones. Mexico is in big trouble. But I am not confident in real positive change. Prohibition has a history of making criminals into politicians,...

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  5. Guerrero will be in the hands of the citizens soon, it's always been known as a state that doesn't take shit for an answer. The citizens are revolting and the government is showing it's true colors. It's embarrassing the people who work for government (police , military , and politicians) are all pieces of shit!

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  6. Guerrero state like all other states in conflict suffers from government sicarios abuses, past and present military, federal, state or municipal police, paramilitaries, and lowly sicarios-narcos, total federal control is wha the federal government wants, to make it total federal narco-sicariato government...
    --The federales should all go home, and let the people self police and govern, auto defensas, without federal manipulators have been doing a good job in some places like guerrero, chiapas and michoacan, to cause the envy and resentment of many assholes...

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  7. What intrigues me is that they are finding all these dump sites and graves in the same area. I am trying to figure out why the govt or the military do not set up a partial perimeter in this area and do flyovers with a drone with night vision.

    Oh, almost forgot, THEY DON'T CARE....Why bite the hands that feeds them and fuels the corruption. The "strategies" they use are such planned on an immature basis. They really have no plan because if they did much of the violence would be contained.

    They need more leaders and police like Julian Leyzaola. So what if some of his techniques were questionable, but he got the job done and was not scared to do so. One tactic that worked against the cartels was going block by block and grabbing these scum as they scurry from their rat holes. Planning precision raids and tracking down cartel scum.

    The feds hated Leyzaola because he was hurting their handouts and he was incorruptible. He took justice to a new level and Mexico needs more officers like him. Got his information from the streets and the rats he captured, street torture who cares, he did his job and he did it well.

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    1. "So what if some of his techniques were questionable"
      And so what if those techniques are directed at those who kill and terrorize.
      How wrong can a man be if he upholds law and order,and if he punishes,and actively goes after those who willingly carry automatic arms who will use them on ordinary citizens?Make no mistake,cartels of today use terror tactics when they feel the need.If Leyzaola was incorruptible and loved Mexico and wished to keep its decent people safe,what the fuck is wrong with that?

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    2. So true. A daily dumping and burial site. No surveillance at all - kind of says something here. The govt doesn't care because upper echelon is profiting from the cartels. To all those shitbags a human life is not worth a damn, its the almighty peso or USD. May they all rot in hell.

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  8. so true, Leyzaola could not be bought. The cartels hated him and so did the corrupt police and military commanders he took down and went after. Even el chapo tried to buy him and Leyzaola told them to stick it where the sun don't shine and that he coming after them. sure, some of his ethics and tactics just would not cut it across the border in the USA but they worked in cleansing his work arena and the cities he clamped down on cartel crime. Too bad there aren't any others like him for he was fearless and one of the best crime fighters Mexico has ever had. I hear he is now retired and living in the USA in seclusion because of the countless threats and contracts that have been put on his life.

    My hat is off to this good man. He saved and did what he could for Mexico but the government as always was ungrateful because they did not want the violence and corruption to ever stop. That was their guaranteed paycheck and he was taking money from their greedy hands and pockets.

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    1. ARRIVA LA GENTE COMO LEYZOALA KE SAVE Y ARRIESGA SU VIDA POR HACER BIEN LAS COSAS. NO COMO OTROS COMPRADOS O AMENAZADOS DE MUERTES POR LOS "SANTITOS" DE LOS NARCO CACAS. ....KE SEUN LOS PENDEJETES DE MEXICO NO TIENEN NADA KE VER CON EL GRAN PROBLEMA DE MEXICO.

      MALDITOS CORRUPTORES ESOS PERROS CORROMPEN A TODO EL MUNDO DE UNA FORMA O OTRA, SEA CON BILLETE SUCIO O CON AMENAZAS DE MUERTE! COMO LA VEN PENDEJETES?

      POBRE HOMBRE LO HICIERON SALIRSE DE SU PROPIA PATRIA KERIDA. SOLO PORKE ISO EL TRABAJO COMO DEVE DE SER! COMO LA VEN? TODO LE CULPAN SOLO AL GOBIERNO Y NO VEN TODA LA COSA COMO EN REALIDAD ES! IDIOTAS.

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  9. Good news is anybody can shoot a cartel member and they'll just blame it on a rival cartel.nobody's going to get put in jail.so it is legal to kill them basically.

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  10. Sunday night, I was cruising the scooter from llano largo to
    "Puta" I mean Puerto Marquez, two drivers were out of there cars one had big rock in his hand, they were both about to go at it. Guerrero will never change.

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  11. @ "let the people self police and govern"

    In case dumb bitches like you didn't notice it they been doing it for a long time that's why they are into that big mess. Cause they been living lawless. Without the presense of a real government. Pendejo con su "let the people self police and govern" like if mexicans are the smartest people on the planet... IDIOTOTA..

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  12. Are they the kidnapped business owners?

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  13. Julian did the job he was paid and hired to do. one of the very few who actually fought the cartels the dirty police and politicians. he had a big set of balls but one man against the corruption, deceit, lies and backstabbing pitted him against everyone. he is a true hero of Mexico like the doctor "was".

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  14. Julian leyzaola fabricates guilty parties and extorts real criminals, allowing them to continue their criminal enterprises...
    @7:36 you would not like getting caught by leyzaola's boys, guilty or not, you are paying just for being ugly...
    Other police do not like former military men working police jobs because they know, crime against ctizens and other police organizations get worse, the military do not know nothing but get the motherfuckin' money, all of it, and enslave all into making more money for them, like los zetas, but within the law, for the impunity, the government protects law enforcement like leyzola because they are their own men on the field...

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    1. Dude you are freaking loco. They tried so many times to whack Leyzaola and the politicians and govt wanted him arrested for alleged abuses. They hated the guy, what are you taking about the government protected him??? Grab a can of courage and a glass of common sense. Leyzaola never gave info to the feds because they always warned the narco. Him and his boys were like Lone Wolf McQuade and did it their way never relying on help or assistance from the local narco police or military. Leyzaola weeded out corrupt cops and trusted no one. Before your lips start to jibber think what you say before you post your idiot comments.

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    2. 10:44 Is a MALEVOLENT piece of caca known as millie by BB readers

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    3. Oh shit,i never noticed millie?I should have known,does this guy ever have anything positive to say,about Mexico or the US?Probably not?

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    4. Millie,be cool man,tone it down a little,no one wants to hate for nothing?

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  15. yes they are the kidnapped business men reforma has a photo of them. 2 merchants and 3 architects

    beheaded and burned

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    1. 3 architecs? the cancers of mexico killing the people that mexico needs people that work legally and pay taxes.
      Those motherfackers must had wanted to extort them or some thing.
      Malcagados hijos de perra some one must do the same to them remove that garbage from society.

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    2. There you go dude,thats what make a society.The ones that act as human beings and not animals with guns.When would architects extort,kidnap,kill,rape?These bastards are kidnapping young Mexican girls to rape,kill,have you seen how many go missing in CV?The mugroso,its fuckin heartbreaking,what kind of bastard animal can do that?

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    3. No. Howmany???

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    4. 10:37 PM
      Yes,it was something like that,don't know the exact count,can you find out?
      Are you the guy who likes men in uniform?

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  16. 6:59 i am not in love with anybody's uniforms, leyzaola is corrupt, period and abused his authority, he left cd juarez worse than ever, i guessthey make your kool-aid from the water they use to wash leyzaola's panties...
    --Check other sources before you talk "leyzaola", honeybuns...

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    1. sissy fuk people always knocking down the ones who make a difference. you don't want to see change, you want the lawlessness. I think you have your hands out too, Juarez is a bit cleaner now. go join up with another splinter cell. you are actually defending the cartel instead of enforcement, you don't know what side your on. you don't want change you have to be one of them. I bet you think the Pope is Amish too. your ignorance defines your stupidity.

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    2. Its a fact,some people do not want change,we have to have laws and they have to be enforced.Unfortunately in Mexico it does need radical and sometimes unorthodox ways to get the job done.We are not talking half assed gangs,we are talking heavily armed and organized groups of men who train on ranches to be estakas in trucks,that is some serious shit and needs drastic actions to deal with it.

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    3. 12:26 AM
      "i am not in love with anybody's uniforms, leyzaola is corrupt"
      Yes you are,you are wearing his cast off undies you liar.

      Peace

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  17. 1:02 the zapatista communities have been self-governing and the autodefensas of Dr Mireles had been doing a good job until the federal envoy castillo de cagada started fucking it all up again, te zaoatistas only problem is the continued messing around of the same federal government, only the rancheras adelitas dream ofstrong police and military and gobernment to make them happy, ILUSA!!!

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  18. El mil mascaras comes back, now in love with leyzaola's panties...
    Cd juarez is as dirty as ever, only a leyzaola's cheerleader could be pushing for his ass!

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    1. 12:42 AM
      Ohh shit it is millie trolling again,now hes hating on Leyzaola and talking about panties?Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos jajaja sniff sniff

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      Millie the knicker sniffer..

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  19. Is borderland beat full of leyzaola's sacerdotisas? No, just one the former ideologue of ass kissing trying now to be one man's chick, el mil mascaras, aka la adelita, la malinche or la pocahontas, always looking for a 'strong military type' because she misses daddy's nightly visits...
    Leyzaola is not one of the good ones, he is one of the worst and flies a friendly flag, if he was honest he would not have gone places on the military, much less on the police, check the internet, you may find others defending him, i doubt it...

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