Friday, April 24, 2015

Mexican Brothers lose last appeal to be executed in Malaysia...

Lucio R Borderland Beat


My cousin lived in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia for 6 years.  She has convinced me to the probable innocence of these men,  that they were forced into working for the drug ring (cleaning the factory).  How it was explained to me is,  recruiters in places like Mexico, Philippines  and other places of poverty, that head hunters recruit men and women, lured by promises of high paying employment and training.  Once overseas,  they are sold into servitude, working in the sex and drug trade or even domestic work.  Their passports are taken away, and they are held hostage.  In this case the brothers had no criminal record.  The recruiter was also arrested but hired an attorney firm that was able to get him out of the charges and allowed to quickly return to Mexico.  Leaving the brothers to take the fall.  Read background of the story link here 

From the Malaysian Insider

The government of Mexico plans to rally support from death penalty opponents to dissuade Malaysia from executing three Mexican brothers convicted on drug charges.

Mexico “will turn to various local and international groups opposed to the death penalty,” the foreign ministry said in a statement.

Malaysia’s Federal Court on Thursday upheld the death sentences imposed on Luis Alfonso, Simon and Jose Regino Gonzalez Villarreal.

The three men heard the court’s decision accompanied by relatives and Mexico’s ambassador to Malaysia, Carlos Felix.

“We are in the final part of the judicial process. Today was a very serious setback,” Felix told Mexico City’s Radio Formula, adding that the defence team was considering filing a request for reconsideration by the Federal Court.

Once legal remedies are exhausted, the men’s only hope of avoiding the noose would be a royal pardon.
The  father stands in the brick yard where his sons and family work



Felix said that the sultan of Johor, where the men were convicted, could substitute a prison sentence for the death penalty on “strictly humanitarian grounds”.

Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy where traditional monarchs in the Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy where traditional monarchs in the country’s various regions retain certain powers.

Malaysian jurisprudence offers no precedents for a case like this one, and the process could grind on for another two years, the ambassador said.

“They won’t hang them in the next few days,” said Felix, who has visited the three brothers monthly since his arrival in Malaysia 18 months ago.

Mexico “maintains a position contrary to the death penalty” and will continue providing consular assistance to the Gonzalez Villarreal brothers, the foreign ministry said.

The three Mexicans testified at their May 2012 trial that they were merely cleaning the clandestine drug-making factory where they were detained.

The brothers were arrested and have been in prison since 2008.

None of the brothers has a criminal record in Mexico. – Bernama, April 24, 2015.

72 comments:

  1. Caro or chapo might kill malaysians in mexico if this happens

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    1. Caro and chapo dont kill innocent people bro

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    2. How many Malaysians in mexico? Any important ones ? Doubtful?

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    3. Lol. Please. The same cartels are the ones to blame.

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    4. caro and chapo are cowards that have killed thousands of innocent mexicans. Stop listening to those fake corridos, open your mind menso

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    5. Im gonna start hating malaysians after this happens. show the malaysians goverment what goes around comes around..
      pinches chinos jotos.. con los mexicanos no se juega

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    6. @6:39pm... What the hell u know about Caro n chapo??? They don't kill innocent really how bout that dea agent ? How bout all them cops they kill they r innocent they just do a job...u r stupid BRO... Mamon

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    7. Shut up pendejo caro and chapo don't care if they did they would have sent money for those brothers to hire the same firm the recruiter hired and have been freed think about it baboso

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    8. Don't think that will occur. Most countries stay out of Mexico. What's there anymore, Crime and murder. Closed businesses due to extortion and fearful people. If Mexico was as strict as Malaysia perhaps their nation wouldn't be suffering as it is today. They find it inhumane to put people to death. Well I find it inhumane to scrape the murdered up off the street everyday.

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    9. KARMA is a biatch....look what happened to Malaysia Airlines....but that's none of my business.....

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    10. 6:39 you sir speak the true Amen

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    11. Caro and Chapo can't do shit in Malaysia. I've been there several times. It's not an easy country to get in or out. Their borders are not porous like US and rest of Americas.

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  2. Not sure of what to make of this story and the details as it is merely based on hearsay. Speaking of how they became involved. One thing is clear, don't go to Malaysia from Mexico if you are offered a job. Also if Malaysia is so foot forward on crime, then solve the crime of all those missing planes and accidents. Find those culprits who caused the screw ups and put them to death. One third world country killing people from another third world country. So common anymore.

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    1. they have a terrible record last year or so with those damm planes

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    2. Well said brother

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  3. So now Lucio writes an introductory paragraph and feels he has no need to give credit for the rest of the of the information used. Specifically the information that was copied and pasted. BB is going down hill.

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    1. you are beyond a willis you are blind and an idiot to boot. lucio makes it very clear the post is from "From the Malaysian insider"

      clear as can be. in fact he separated it from his comment fool

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    2. jesus what are you trying to accomplish? having another reporter walk? open your eyes, Lucio always gives source. I can't speak for him but I think although he usually puts the source name at top he put it after the comment as to separate his words from the insider article

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    3. Hey bro go f yourself. If you don't like the way our reporters put together a story then do us all a favor and swallow a palo. No need for you to ever come on to this website if you don't appreciate it.

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    4. 'Kill Malaysians'
      You fuckin savages, no one forced them to go to Malaysia to make ice..

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  4. I remember this case, the prosecuting team was charged either in this case or another for fabricating evidence. that was the basis of the first appeal which they won. but why did it go south from there?

    I recall they "lost" evidence in this case and the amount of drug grew 10 fold. maybe time behind bars but execution should not be imposes in this case.

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  5. Wow it sucks to be those bros. right now! This should be a episode on Lockup Aboard?

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    1. I agree, Locked up Abroad..is some bad shit. It's even worse, if you are convicted..and you just got the death sentence! However,something happened with their evidence...that should have been enough to take death off the table. It should have been enough to have let them go free, IMHO. They deserved a fair trial, don't seem like they got one.

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  6. Solo por ser sinaloenses los quieren ejecutar pues tiene fama de mafiosos but i belive they were only workers im going to pray for my mexican brothers ...they look calm and relax i would have been scared and in fear
    Att El michoacano

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    1. Pos no que muy bravos pinche avocatero

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  7. The Asians know the next century, and even the next millennium, belongs to them.

    They're gonna surpass both the US and Euro Union as the Big Dogs.

    And they're not gonna allow some punk Latin narcos or their mules get in the way of them leading the world economy into the next century and millennium.

    Get used to it Latin America. And the US.

    If it's lucky, Latin America will send to Asia maids and whores. But Latins are too proud to do that, so they'll disappear.

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    1. Asian economies are largely dependent on American consumerism, just as Mexican drug cartels depend on American drug use. So I think it won't be as one sided as you say. The only actual Asian nation that is a power is China. Japan is a tiny nation with a meager population. The other Asians nation amount to nothing.
      China economy survives because of large box stores in the U.S. such as Walmart. Without them being able to export cheap products, their economic viability ends tomorrow.
      Another interesting point about China: never in their history have they colonized another nation. The closest they came was sending a fleet of ships through the Orient and the Middle East in a show of both military dominance and technological superiority. The dynasty in power at the time decided that it was waste of their time to venture out of their realm and amazingly enough burned the whole fleet.
      China's problem throughout history has been China. Every few decades there are massive internal revolutions. The last one was with Mao, when about 60 million people were killed.
      When, or if the U.S. Is no longer able to buy cheap products from China, China itself will go broke. When it goes broke, and the 1.3 billion people in China suffer an economic collapse, they will once again revolt.
      So I don't think they own the next century, our economies are intertwined.

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    2. Another interesting point regarding China's economy: a whopping 8% of their economy comes from Walmart. That is a huge number if you think about it. If Walmart were to close shop tomorrow, that would be a net loss of 8% of China's overall GDP. Also, take into account of the millions of Chinese workers that produce products for Walmart. They would be out of the tax paying labor force and would hence be dependent on the Chinese government. The problem would grow exponentially. And that is just Walmart, Chinese goods are everywhere throughout the U.S..
      Very similar to drug cartels exporting their drugs into the U.S.. If Americans suddenly stopped using drugs, where would that leave the cartels? And by extension - where would that leave the Mexican economy?
      From what I understand, Mexico's three top sources of income are: oil, drugs, and money sent from migrant Mexicans working in the U.S..

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    3. @700 your so full of shit with this comment you must have your head up your ass

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    4. You make some very good points.
      However, I think things will probably go in unpredictable ways due to the introduction of technological innovations in such fields as genetic engineering, medicine, social engineering, military sciences, and myrid applications via wireless computer applications.

      To me, the world is rapidly morphing ... with the very concepts of nation, race, religion, sexual and personal identiy, etc changing rapidly. Before 30 years are done, I think we will look back and see how miserably wrong we were in ourvpridictions.

      Mexico-Watcher

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    5. Listen to 8:20 he knows about politics enough said.

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    6. @8:20 p.m. South Korea gets more patents registered each year than all of Latin America combined. Many times more. In fact S. Korea is now ahead of most Western European countries on educational and economic measures.

      Japan has a meager population? At about 120 million it's bigger than Mexico. Of course per capital GDP is about 4 times Mexico, but it's not really fair to compare Asian countries with Latin American countries. It's like comparing a BMW to a Yugo.

      Singapore is often appears at the top of measures of worldwide standards of living. Hong Kong is China on steroids.

      And I haven't even mentioned India!!

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    7. ^Dumbass........enough said.

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  8. Malaysia is about a corrupt a nation as it gets. I think these brothers are done. Asian nations are not known for being compassionate, and their laws are often very draconian.
    Unfortunately I don't think the Mexican government will be effective in their efforts of convincing Malaysia to show leniency for these two young men who were likely set up in some capacity.

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    1. Lived there, I know any crime is bad punishment. They beat the shit out of kids. After that those kids walk a straight line. Just like my father, beat the shit out of me, I still wouldn't piss him off

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  9. just on the face of the charges and conviction is absurd.

    three brick makers living in poverty, are able to be convicted for trafficking 15million dollars of meth in a country where they don't even speak the language, with no money. lesson learned if it sounds too good to be true, it always is

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    1. google sinaloa and see what comes up. nothing but drugs and drug dealers. That's all their known for

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    2. 7:59 they are also know for their beautiful women im from france and my friends who visit mexico are always saying how beautiful sinaloa gurls are my cuzin marry one

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    3. Have you seen how their ass rot from implants to look bigger assed or bustier?
      Also the generic Michael Jackson face lifts suck, all ting to look "elvira"

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  10. What r these Mexicans doing in Malaysia. I am an American I have no business in Malaysia, Mexico, r any other country., U have freedom in the US. In other countries no freedom. I Mexico there is no protection the cop and army put u in jail. Its crazy man. If u are US stay out of these countries

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    1. By the way you talk. You are not american.

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  11. I saw the photos of the main guys house, very lux he got off he owned the factory. the Mexican recruiter got off. just the patsy's left.

    they won a couple of appeals because of the bad evidence

    if the mex gob want to help people they need to speak about these scams of high paying work. American gov has. they put these poor guys in doing the dirty work so they are the ones who get hanged.

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  12. step up mexico they kill 2 of ours we must pay them back 10 fold

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    1. ''step up mexico they kill 2 of ours we must pay them back 10 fold''

      Look at this comment,what an idiot?

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    2. And that wraps up another episode of Lifestyles of The Ghetto Fabulous. Tune in next time to see whether or not this pendeja can get their head out of their culo. El Soldado Perdido

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    3. @953

      Hey you, comma with no space guy, give it a fucking rest already with your bashing of pro Mexican comments already you annoying fuck. You say anti Mexican shit all the time, just like that there's pro Mexican shit. Why should your fucking opinions matter more than others? I could give a shit less which side it comes from as long as there is a POINT, but Jesus h. Christ home boy give it a goddamn rest already with the blind hate bullshit.

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  13. Bottom line never EVER take a job u know nothing about or who u are dealing with overseas! I dont care how broke u are just dont do it!

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  14. My heart goes out to these Mexican defendants. I am not saying that they are without blame, but I know that the justice system is broken in some countries and I firmly believe, that if the system is flawed, then death as a consequence is also flawed. I do not know where the truth lies. But, I do know that these Mexicanos may be innocent and the burden of proof must lie with the government. There are several books that deal with the Malaysian jurisprudism system. K. Onda

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  15. Ouch...the opposite of AMEN for this one. No amen. Amen malo.

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  16. Yeah, as if suddenly the mexican government is so concerned about its citiziens! I am a bit disappointed that BB does not somehow highlight the hypocrisy involved in the Mexcian governement raising the alarm over what a foreign fovernment is doing whilst letting its own citizens die in droves at home.

    Sure I'd hate to be one of the three bros, but I'd also hate to be one of the over 100.000 that have been killed, maimed, raped or simply disappeared in Mexico often with the complicity of the Mexican authorities.

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    1. Amen my ass, not all the cases are the same in all cases, stupid!
      Just because the mexican government murders and disappears mexicans, it does not mean any other government can do the same, or that one is less guilty than the other, but of course muddy is your.name, muddy it all up...

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    2. Is it only 100,000 ? Has to be more & not including the missing Mexicans , Immigrants , Or Tourists missing.

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  17. Nimodo man. Malaysia is setting an example Mexico should follow. I still find it amazing that people are up in arms about this, but could care less when it's a Mexican killing another of its own kind? Hypocrisy!

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    1. Dude these comments put no grace on Mexicans.Kill 10 Malays and shit like that?Fuckin horrible,real class acts..

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    2. Yeah. Mexicans blame EVERYBODY else and NEVER admit that all this shit originates with Mexico itself.

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    3. 10:00 you think you are full of shit to cover all of mexico everytime mouthfart, your asshole agrees with you, you're so full of shit...

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  18. Unbeivable comments,just cause their Mexican their innocent?You people are purposely deluding yourselves with the usual biased Mexican rhetoric and hateful comments.

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    1. 7:49 and what about our conspiracy theories?
      It is like, since they all have been proven true, they should have some ranking in the mexican stupid repertory...

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  19. Travel 10k miles to clean a drug factory? Please. They could have just stayed in Mexico to do that. Any other Mexicans arrested then the 4? They were in charge of the operation.

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    1. I traveled a few thousand miles to clean ditches, in the US, for half what I was making in mexico, then I got shortchanged and paid half of that, by an employer in cahoots with immigration who arrested 10 of us on payday, a sunday, after we worked our 12 hour shift...
      --I am sure all them Texans had attended church earlier that day, and capitalist jesus gave his blessings...
      --Some here are so quick to apply their prejudices and condemn, poor little beggars, deserve no mercy...
      ---From the bottom of my heart F... YOU!!!

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    2. They travelled to Malaysia for high pay while training for a skill in mfg that they could then go back in Mexico in one year. that is what the family said. High pay could have been as little as 400-500 a month to these brothers.

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    3. To: I traveled a few thousand: Wow and now you saved up and bought yourself a computer so that you could share your thoughts...here at BB.

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    4. Well honey, obviously I came back and invaded your prissy assed country, fought like a bitch, other mexicans, blacks and güeros, and made it, through hard work...
      We were not being planted back then, pablo acosta was getting all the mexican illegals returned to ojinaga by US immigration, broke, to send them back loaded with grifa, like mules...

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  20. Forced labour is any work or services which people are forced to do against their will under the threat of some form punishment. Almost all slavery practices, including trafficking in people and bonded labour, contain some element of forced labour.

    Forced labour affects millions of men, women and children around the world and is most frequently found in labour intensive and/or under-regulated industries, such as:

    Criminal activities
    Domestic work
    Construction, mining, quarrying and brick kilns
    Manufacturing, processing and packaging
    Prostitution and sexual exploitation

    WHERE AND HOW BIG IS THE PROBLEM?
    Forced labour is a global problem, although some regions have larger numbers of people affected than others. The regional distribution of forced labour is:

    Asia and Pacific: 11.7 million (56%)
    Africa: 3.7 million (18%)
    Latin America and the Caribbean: 1.8 million (9%)
    The Developed Economies (US, Canada, Australia, European Union, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Japan): 1.5 million (7%)
    Central, Southeast and Eastern Europe (non EU) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CSEE): 1.6 million (7%)
    Middle East: 600,000 (3%)
    The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that there are at least 20.9 million people in forced labour worldwide. The figure means that, at any given point in time, around three out of every 1,000 persons worldwide are suffering in forced labour.

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    1. You Should work for BB slick :)

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  21. one thing notable, they were convicted of trafficking but no money or accounts or wires were ever traced to them, they had zero

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  22. My cousin lived in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia for 6 years. She has convinced me to the probable innocence of these men, that they were forced into working for the drug ring (cleaning the factory). How it was explained to me is, recruiters in places like Mexico, Philippines and other places of poverty, that head hunters recruit men and women, lured by promises of high paying employment and training.

    LOL yeah right, like if Malaysia was a first world country. Their economy is similar to the Mexican economy but nice try LOL.

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  23. lets get this out here one last time.......good money to be had without an education or connection for the most part is a CLUE to PROBLEMS people!

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