Thursday, February 5, 2015

Activist who led protests in support of missing normalistas found decapitated

Lucio republished from proceso posted by Siskiyoukid


Salgado Delgado was one of the main Morelos promoters of the demonstrations in support of the 43 normalistas missing in Guerrero, and was scheduled to participate in the demonstrations held on Wednesday, February 4th at the University of Morelos and Cuernavaca.

State authorities confirmed that this evening the remains of the leader of the Popular Revolutionary Front (FPR) in Morelos, Alejandro Gustavo Salgado, were located at Los Huilotas, of the community of Moyotepec, in the municipality of Ayala. He was reported missing a few hours earlier. 

The municipal police reported that about 5:30 PM on Wednesday they found the body of a man, without hands or head, corresponding to the characteristics of the missing activist, so reported to the Regional Public Prosecutor of the East of Morelos. (Milenio is reporting the decapitated head was at the scene a few meters away)

Later, at the stroke of eight in the evening, members of the RPF moved to the place of the discovery to identify the person, and they alerted regional prosecution officials in Morelos. 

Local media reported that Salgado Delgado "was kidnapped and executed by an armed group when he left a popular assembly with day laborers of the Montaña of Guerrero, who were part of a migrant camp asking for a home".


Alejandro Salgado, 32 years old, was found decapitated and with signs of torture, according to both media and authorities in Morelos. 

The slain activist was characterized as promoting in Morelos mobilizations demanding justice for the 43 missing of Ayozinapa, Guerrero. 


Previously, the RPF Central Committee denounced the disappearance of Salgado Delgado, who was seen for the last time Tuesday as he returned from a meeting held in the keyhole in the Morelos municipality of Ayala. 
 He was  kidnapped and killed by an armed group- while  leaving a popular
 assembly with laborers from the mountains of Guerrero.

In a statement, the RPF directive demanded the emergence with life of the leader and made responsible for any aggression to the PRD Graco Ramírez Governor. 

"The last thing that is known is that you moved to a meeting where he stayed until six in the afternoon. Even colleagues accompanied him to the transportation that would take him to the road to take the urban truck that would take him back to Ayala", but did not reach its destination. 

Then began to look at State and municipal barracks and went to the public prosecutor's Office in the town, but they did not receive the complaint.

"The political activity of our colleague has been constant in the defense of the land and housing in the Morelos municipality of Ayala for migrant workers in the mountains of Guerrero and Oaxaca. 

"Is from this situation that local chieftains and the state have maintained constant surveillance and harassment towards our colleague, like their illegal detention on March 20, 2014, in Cuernavaca, while participating in a March organized by the citizen front against income [tax] law", said the RPF.


44 comments:

  1. That's sad...for him, his family, and the mexican people. good news for the POS politicians and the businesses they protect though

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    1. Exactly what i was thinking sons of bitches corrupt assholes never get enough

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  2. The fuckin front of these cartel people(inclusive of police)?
    Did he have a bodyguard or armed people?Surely he knew he was a potential target?
    Was it authorities who took him and handed him over?

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  3. Please stop killing decent people

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  4. Sounds like this guy was a real hero. Its sad how the bad guys are winning in this movie.

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    1. This shit ain't movie , this shit is real and you have to go out there to know the solution it's a civil war

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  5. The narco state in Mexico is killing people who oppose the regime. What else does the world need to know to open their eyes and see that Mexico is an outlaw/authoritarian regime like the worst Latin America has seen? Happening now! Wake up international press!!

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    1. México blames usa for everything.there not going to help.the rest of the world don't Care.

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    2. "Dirty ass war", that's what's going on in Mexico...and has been!! Yes, this is a regime! It takes a very brave soul, to speak out, knowing what will happen to you when you do. Only a regime does these things, not a democracy.

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    3. 6:52 PM
      What do you want the "WORLD" to do?
      Tell all of us here how to fix Mexico and her civil problems?
      EPN hasn't called for help of any kind.Do you bypass EPN and gov?
      Grow up and stop talking childish idiocy.

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  6. I am sure someone in a political position will step forward and tell you how safe it has gotten there. 1 decapitation is too many. Mexico is becoming a ruthless country. Untrustworthy. A person should not have to try to figure out who is good and who is bad as one has to in Mexico. I say hit them like Cuba and Korea. Give them nothing and allow nothing to come out of there. Once the economy falls and shipping and trade seize, how will cartels profit? Also why continue to recognize a government that is just as much criminals as the ones that do this crap? May he rest in peace and hopefully a harsh punishment land on those who have done this.

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    1. you need to stop watching tv dude. I go to mexico every year y todo con calma ademas im from Morelos no todo es violencia wey. mejor ponte a estudiar.

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    2. I live in Mexico and 7:13 is right. You always have to be careful because you don't know who's good and who's bad.

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    3. yes you are right that's why I don't hang out with ppl I don't know. Im always with my cousins and they know quien esta metido en el negocio. Todos estan metidos de una u otra manera y sabes bien que eso es cierto.

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    4. 1\3 of your producr comes from Mx. You will scream when the price goes up.

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  7. So the so called shot caller and main head of the cartel a lady thats behind bars still calling the shots? It seems like the people are right #FueElEstado.

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  8. Those cartel assholes are fucking cowards, i wish in my daydream fantasies all those fucks be rounded up and sent to isis land and set them against each other until all are fucking dead, and us watching on tv until we make sure that all of them are in hell.

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  9. When will the united nations step it up and take a good look at whats going on in mexico...

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    1. When the Mexican people demand something be done. It's going to take a shutdown of the country and riots in the streets. Clearly a failed country with a failed government and lots of failed citizens.

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    2. don't count on the puppet organization of the un, they are nothing and will do nothing.

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    3. That's the classic Mexican thinking that got you into this shithole position. Instead of complaining and telling why something won't work or help, offer a solution. It seems all the Mexican people can do is cry and whine while others control their sad little lives.

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    4. 7:15 AM
      The classic thinking all right,the perennial victim of other nations?

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    5. 8:28 PM
      Are you stupid? Do you pay attention? Many, many, many Mexicans have continued to demand action against the government and cartels and none has been taken. Many have risked their lives in order to bring attention to the corruption that has been allowed to take place. Don't call Mexicans "failed" citizens when they're anything but. I will, however, that many are scared to say or do anything anymore because of what has happened to the many protesters, students, regular citizens, parents, autodefensas, journalists, non-crooked politicians, politically active priests.etc that did choose to speak out and challenge the government/cartels. You're disgusting.

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  10. When are liberals in the US and Europe gonna realize that when you travel to Mexico you're supporting a genocidal narco regime? Is it worth it?

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  11. Lol at the ISIS land comment that; right there with you on that buddy.

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  12. He was not protesting against the local narcos or sicarios, the epr, ezln, old timer la liga comunista 23 de septiembre etc etc etc, are against the government shenanigans, and their local police always know everything...
    #fueelestado

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  13. Torture the Abarca couple see how they like it

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  14. Unbelievable Pena Nieto is investigating himself! What a joke! Of course it's not an outside investigation! He will declare himself not guilty of anything, and proceed to rob Mexico like all other previous PRI presidents!!! Case closed!!!!

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  15. ISIS ain't got shit on TIERRA CALIENTE!

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  16. These protesters that want to bring change and justice will never succeed as they do it now . You cannot go against armed violent people with words . I think surgical strikes by snipers could bring change .

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  17. What a dumbass to do this as the world watches.Give those guys enough rope they will hang themselves.Too many years of impunity,they are too comfortable and think the status quo will remain in place.Now there will be even more protests of course at that poor guys expense.

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  18. It's time for the people to start taking out those at the top for what's going on to the people in the country, and I don't mean taking out the little street punks who are working for those who give the orders. People need to take back their country from the scum sitting and watching is only allowing more innocent people to lose their lives and don't expect the rich scum in the country to help, their the one's giving the order's.

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  19. Need someone in Mexico to emerge with real balls like the King of Jordan did to the ISIS vermin and not stop until all the scum is eliminated. It's very sad for all the good people of Mexico who just want to lead normal tranquil lives, but are subject to fear and violence by the narco pigs.

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  20. Embargo the hell out of Mexico and bomb Los Pinos. Problem solved.

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  21. The government will blame the narcos to provide cover for their politically motivated assassinations. they are the same if not worse then cartels.

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  22. Just sad and depressing to hear shit like this happening, some guy told me why post stuff like this if is not Narco related. I told him everything in Mexico is moved by greed/money and drugs is were most of the greed and money is.

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  23. 7:17 clearly, the abarcas did not do it, they are in prison...
    --#fue el gobierno
    ''El gobierno'' means the secretary of the interior in charge of murdering, that means miguel angel osorio chong, sturmthruppenfuhrer of the government shock forces...
    --chong, genghis chong, secretary of the interior, never graduated lawyer, ''student of represion and repressive groups and tactics'' would be the first porro to arrive to the presidence when pena nieto leaves, he did not want to be sec of governation because emilio chuayffet chemor, "la emilia" already burned that position when he resigned for murdering peple with el asesino invisible, ernesto zedillo...
    --But now together, they are murdering people to the left and to the right...
    --chuayffet, the butcher of Acteal and the boss of the zetas and heriberto lazcano, chong, MAO CHONG, recovering mexico for the chinese of zhenli ye gon...

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    1. Dayum what a weirdo

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    2. Too much for your mtv kardashian brain?
      Next time just look at the pictures.

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  24. 7:48 this is not narco related, but PENDEJOS WILL BE PENDEJOS...
    OOOPS, i think pendejismo IS narco related, unless some pendejo proves me wrong...
    Maybe congenital/hereditary, or commercial, when pendejos get paid to play pendejos, and take great pride in being the first to know they are pendejos while expecting to be the last pendejo others prove that is a pendejo, if this makes you feel like a pendejo, no problem, nomas hagase EPNdejo...

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  25. @12:30 the world helped pena nieto ''get'' there, and he/she is not asking for help, because he/she has got it to keep things quiet...( the world of the 1%ers)...
    --The rest of the world, the 99% who do not count, is not really aware of what happens because of news blackouts, disinformation, and twisted points of view from a thousand points of light, but you are very smart, i am sure this is not news to such a smart and intelligent person like you...who is only kissing 1%er ass because you don't have money but sure want some, good luck...

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  26. Glad im from north mexico where the cartels are a bit more civilized

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  27. Nomad con los que estan desarmados, pero traten de secuestarme a mi, la 45 va tumbar a los primeros 5. Y los demas Como Jotos se van a ir corriendo. Cartels de mierda

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