Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Police detain author of the San Fernando Massacre

Translated for Borderland Beat from a Milenio article by O.B.F-W

The Police detain in Tamaulipas Jose Guadalupe Reyes Rivera, identified as an operator of Los Zetas, and is accused of having planned and taken part in the killing of 72 migrants in August of 2010.


Jose Guadalupe Reyes Rivera, "El Sasi"

Elements of the Federal Police apprehended Jose Guadalupe Reyes Rivera, "El Sasi", identified as an operator of Los Zetas and one of those probably responsible of having planned, and killed the 72 migrants in San Fernando Tamaulipas in August of 2010.( See Link to BB reporter Ovemex original report)

The capture happened after an arrest warrant was ordered by a Federal Judge of the Second District in Penal Processes matters with residence in Tamaulipas.

The Prosecutor General of the Republic offered a reward of five million pesos for information leading to his capture.

Reyes Rivera was apprehended in a mechanics garage located in the Camino al Pueblo Colonia, in the Tamaulipas capital of Ciudad Victoria, he was immediately transferred in Matamoros Maximum Security Prison.



In the next few hours a Judge will determine the judicial situation of Reyes Rivera.

It should be mentioned that at least 18 Municipal Traffic Policemen from San Fernando collaborated with Los Zetas, in the execution of the 72 migrants, whose bodies were found in a mass grave located in an area of the Municipality.

The Municipal Police were carrying out Halcone duty and intercepting people who were later taken to "the pentagon", ie the county jail in San Fernando where "El Mero Bueno" who was an old Policeman, and another called Oscar Jaramillo, who both took money from criminals to collaborate.

This is part of the information that the Attorney Generals Office (PGR) declassified based on an order from the Institute for Access for Information (ISAI).

In the information card of the PGR, where the numbers of the previous investigations launched in this case, explains how they identified the Police collaborators.

On the 2nd of April of 2011, elements of the Mexican Army detained Elfego Cruz Martinez, Jupiter Almer Cano Guerra and Adela Yudith Ochoa for the crimes of homicide, kidnapping, and violation of the Federal Law of Firearms and Explosives.

The investigation was merged with another investigation that was opened by Sergio Cordova Martinez, Julio Cesar Lugo Chaca, Jose Mauro Onate Rodriguez, Samuel Moreno Saavedra, Edgar Sosa Solis and Juan Pablo Cabrera Escalante, also detained by the Military for violation of the Federal Law of Firearms.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

BB reported Ovemex original article on the Massacre

40 comments:

  1. throw him in the pit where all the 72 grieving family members can tear him to pieces!

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    1. Well we will see he's been transfered to CDG main plaza. This we tell if Golfo is still in it, if he survives the week than Golfos are done.

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  2. Yea him and el Kilo had did a remake of Gladiators without Russel Crowe. El Kilo was picked up and arrested but whatever happened to him? He was the Zeta loose cannon commander who wanted hammer and club fights to the death while they were all smoking dope, drinking and laughing their asses off. Beat his ass down every waking moment and fuck his "fundamental human rights" too.

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  3. It only took 5yrs. Whats the worse they can do to him they havent tortured Chapo, Treviños, Iguala Mayor n wife, La Barbie etc... shouldnt Mexicos prisons be over crowded by now with all this snitching?..

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    1. No they are too busy letting them out when they reach what they consider old, deteriorating health. I never heard of such. Did the innocent victims reach old age? Of course not. Everyone pretend not to want this in Mexico, yet follow it like a drama on tv and compare the different cartels strengths and weaknesses. Rather sickening. If people really didn't want this, they would be forcing for new laws, perhaps deaths of murderers. Nope, nothing. Just sit back.

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    2. Just 1 example: People demanded change, new laws, in the Ukraine... the "government" there made them pay with blood. Everyone ought to know that asking governments for change is at best a sick joke and at worst asking for bullets from a sniper. So maybe is this why we have all these armed groups running wild right now all around the globe claiming to be bringing "change" for us ordinary folks? Does any of this even make sense, is it reasonable to try compare / contrast Mexico's vicious narco-war with Ukraine's war on separatist rebels? ie. is all this bloodshed really about change and laws or is it just a case of "we are the government you will do as well say or else". These might not look comparable at first but if you look closer at the tactics used you might see what I'm trying to point out here.... are the USA / Russia / MX / Ukr / govnmts. playing these dirty war games to create power structures over people they otherwise wouldn't be able to control? Think about it... Citizens can't force in new laws unless they are prepared to potentially face violent backlashes from the Powers that be. And Who actually has real power in the world these days? And how much - be honest here - how much of this sickening stuff is down to economies / greed politics? I suspect it all is. Apologies for rambling just trying to see if there is a larger picture here!

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    3. 7:07 the people of mexico have NOTHING to do with the justice administration as imposed on them with amerikkkan weapons by amerikkkan imposed impostors...
      --that the people living with the consequences of being under a corrupt merciless regime believe that such or so drug trafficking cartel without drugs or money is better than the mexican government, WITHOUT MUCH PROPAGANDA ON TELEVISA, TIME OR THE FREE PENNYWISE MAGAZINE, should tell you what the mexicans think of the spurious government representing the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia on the basis of living with the shitty government of mexico...

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    4. 5.45
      Basically all of the above.Dirty tricks by government are endless and all aimed at preserving the status quo,examples include,terrorism,environment,economics,civil liberties,even smoking,many people are indeed sheep and fall in line without question.Your comment was interesting and coherent....

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  4. so bogus, this is the third "author" of the san Fernando massacre arrested.

    the truth is no one authored it. the killers were not supposed to kill they were supposed to extort or recruit. zetas killed them and left a manta about it.

    this is gove bs

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    1. Can you elaborate or provide a link to the manta please? Why did the operation go wrong? Who went rogue? Is this the same massacre that 40 was supposedly at smashing heads with hammers? thank you for your time.

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    2. It has been posted three or four times here on BB at least once by chivis. I just spent 20 min searching here but with the new format it isn't so easy now. I will continue looking.

      here is what happened; there were 7 sicarios at the ranch. they demanded the people work for zs, they refused, 2 of the guys began the killings. when the kid that escaped told the marina about the ranch and what happened, they went after not believing him at first and the sicarios were there and engaged in shootout. 4 got away 3 killed.

      then just a few days after authorities got a call where to pick up the killers that got away. they went to the SF site and there were 5 bodies. 3 men and 2 women but the message indicated it was the men who were the killers and they were not supposed to kill the migrants.

      and btw in searching for the article I found these masterminds or involved with the 72 already arrested:

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/search?q=august+2010&updated-max=2010-08-18T00:00:00-06:00&max-results=20&start=10&by-date=false
      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/06/leader-arrested-in-kidnapping-killing.html

      and kilo who is attributed for all the migrant killings in the history of Mexican kidnappings in tamps.
      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/04/mexico-presents-el-kilo-alleged.html

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    3. You are Exactly right Sir

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    4. 8:28 nice keeping track, pick a name, i suspect you will honor it

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  5. I remember they said kilo, then ardilla, whoever they arrested they said was the "mastermind" also coyote. I never heard about this guy.

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  6. Im sure that govt has plenty of 'authors' to choose from. This is just another ploy by the govt, to attempt to gain some type of "praise", in this horrific case. Smoke and mirrors people, lots of smoke and mirrors!

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  7. Feed him to the sharks

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    1. First dangle him above the water, slowly dripping blood. Lower him 1 inch per hour. Water has only baby sharks. Nobody wants to watch. He isn't worth the time it takes.

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    2. 7:02 how about we put your ass in an aquarium full of piranhas...

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  8. No praise, Z40 said he had the murdering fuck ups who did the san fernando massacre, killed and that he killed fuck ups himself. Mexican government stinks permanently, forever...

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  9. Everyone will say this won't affect the Zetas they will continue as usual. However mentally it has to have some effect. Their leader was caught and there after many, many more are being caught. It has to have the group questioning who they can trust and who not to trust. This may cause another splinter. Also with all the new ones caught after the leader. Are they singing to the Feds? One has to question.

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  10. Its terrible to massacre 72 people but word is that they were being transported to reynosa for the cdg, so its not like it was done for no reason.

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    1. not surprised happens everyday its normal u don't understand its ok in Tamps.

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    2. Coyote who was involved is after 8 months

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    3. Wow! Just wow!

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    4. THERE IS NO REASON FOR KILLING 70+ IMMIGRANTS WHO WERE NOT PLANNING TO OCCUPY MEXICO FOREVER...
      --Z40 said "I killed them myself" regarding the murderers, apparently a lie...
      --then, Allende, 500 disappeared, hundreds of houses torn down, and the pgr commissioner eduardo Medina mora never knew nothin' Marisela morales, and la josefina, never knew nothin' either, but Medina mora always cashes in on it he about to head the supreme court...respect? No respect...!

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    5. 7.40
      Basically true.Zetas were checking up on reinforcements for CDG and supposedly actually found text messages on some phones with instructions where to go?Zetas got pissed and the geniuses who held them started this massacre?La Ardilla may look like a gimp but he was a bloodthirsty little fart,took Lazcas orders without question..

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    6. Ardilla was even on a video(talking)to some poor girl who looked as though they had been smackin her,she has no jeans on sittin on the ground?

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  11. Oh, good I am glad that this is all settled and they have found and punished all the culprits. Now they can just let Miguel Angel Trevino go, as they have once and for all taken care of the bad guys. Nothing to see here, move along.

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  12. No mames, cuantas 'autores' fue de esa ??

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    1. 8:11 as long as there are weapons and mota available, the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia will never finish finding people to confess to whatever...
      --Killing 30 or 40 people in the process is a given, for practice, leave their carcasses around to not have the proles chingando about disappeared dangerous drug addicted communist money laundering narcotraffickers like the ayotzinapos...

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  13. Hey buggs you should translate the article " linde 5 el cuerno y el chanate" where it talks about 2 sicarios of beltran leyva( horacio beltran used the ak) and( gonzalo araujo used the ar15) in 27 attacks in sinaloa that injured 58 and killed 66 in 6 months. When the war against chapo broke out.It gives details and eventhough its old im sure people will enjoy reading it.

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    1. Dude is that the son of Chalo Araujo?He was one of Arturos bodyguards?He is the one who jumped to his death after fighting it out,he went out true to his word..

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    2. Genarco garcia luna arrested mochomo and blamed el chapo to get el barbas to fuck up and divide to conquer the cds/blo oreganization...
      --Now all the narcs in prison are the boiler room operation running the drug trafficking for the atracomulco group...

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  14. Jupiter almer cano guerra its from cuauhtemoc chihuahua.

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  15. Also there was a post on BB about the teenager and his girlfriend (both arested together) that said he was involved with the massacre at the ranch. I believe the ranch was call "La Joya". This post was ~ 2 years ago.

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  16. The La Ardilla video was taken from one of his gente,the girl was prostituting,The other side caught his gente and the video was on one of their phones.The video is there to see

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  17. The mexican marines killed those people

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    1. I take your word dude?Its just that the video was uploaded and showed more victims and Ardillas people?
      Would the authorities do such a thing?

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    2. When calderon was president innocent people were getting killed by the military every day it was a normal thing ... at that time the Marines would pick you up off the street just for having tattoos on your arms

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  18. "Presumed Guilty" richly illustrates how mexican law enforcement can do as they please with anybody, guilty or not...
    Last example is Dr Mireles and his AutoDefensas, it used to be that you could be arrested and held in jail for 72 hours for investigation, interrogation, or charges to be presented, now you can be put in prison, indefinitely if any hijo de la chingada suspects you are trying to conquer all of LatinAmerica, while the courts look the other way for a few years, no bond...

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