Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Aquila Mayor and Autodefensa Leader Arrested



Juan Hernández Ramírez (left) & La Tuta

 By: Ernesto Martínez Elorriaga & Enrique Méndez | Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

The Attorney General’s Office of Michoacán obtained a detention order against the mayor of Aquila, Juan Hernández Ramírez, and the leader of the autodefensas of Huahua, José Antioco Calvillo García, after having obtained evidence about their alleged involvement in the crimes of attempted aggravated homicide and of covering up the crime.
Semeí Verdía Zepeda
Through a statement, the state agency found that there is sufficient evidence from the public prosecutor to determine a detention order against the PRI mayor and his accomplice for their alleged responsibility in the events that occurred on December 16, 2014, and on May 25 and 26, 2015, in which the Nahua autodefensa leader of Ostula, Semeí Verdía Zepeda, was attacked.

José Antioco, who was part of the autodefensa movement, reported the movements made by Semeí Verdía to the mayor of Aquila, who in return gave him money.  It was reported that the mayor offered two million pesos ($129,223) to a criminal group to kill the Nahua leader.


The leader of the autodefensas of Huahua and the mayor of Aquila “had meetings on several occasions in Maruata and Aquila, with members of organized crime in order to plan the assassination of Semeí Verdía, recalling the recruitment of six people identified as Rigoberto Mejía Valdovinos, Argel Mejía Valdovinos, Ramiro Álvarez Medina, Christian David García de Asís and Victorino Mejía, who were offered two million pesos after the job was executed and were paid seven thousand pesos ($452) in advance”.

Sources: La JornadaLa Jornada

20 comments:

  1. Semie verdia zepeda and his group are sone brave men holding their community down and putting a stop to organized crime. My tespect. All Mexico should do the same, it would be a greater country!

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  2. So long BB..
    -Junius

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    1. How so man,what happens?

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    2. So long nemesis...

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    3. the slow deaths can be the most painful.

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    4. Please, don't let the door hit your back on your way out...
      --I guess you will be using another name again, because you can't help it, mil mascaras, and you can't live without us, nobody else pays any atten-hut! To you...

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    5. @9:50AM

      Ok, let me explain. I'll still be here only as a reader but no longer post. I've only used one handle and occasionally none at all and I'm not the other fellow that comments under "nemesis". However, I think I sometimes get called that because the actual Junius from history also used it as a pen name.

      -Junius

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    6. Aye, aye, where will you be found? I'd like to read some more from youse's, I promise not to comment...

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  3. Remember people thinking the mayor may have been somehow co-eced into this meeting?Now it looks as though he was actively trying to get Verdia killed?

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  4. Those people from Michoacan have some cajones! why doesn't everybody do this in Mexico?

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    1. You cant trust no one in michoacan. Everyone has their hidden motives and are fake. A good example is el pitufu, he was dr mireles secutiry guard and now he claims a cartel los menendez.

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    2. Because they are scared

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  5. La Tuta alias "El Almorranas" ya esta soltado la sopa. Hablando de almorranas, ya no se escucho nada de Castillo. Que le paso al bueno para nada? Viva Mexico y Dr. Mireles.

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    1. A castillo no le ban acer nada, menos a el gerber. El Gobierno es intocable

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  6. Que son Almorranas?

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  7. So theres like about 30 trucks of "cloned" military trucks spotted in los guerra supposedly members of el golfo

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  8. Jajaja La Tuta ya no tiene problemas con estremiento. Pero las tres pueblitos X have the big problems with gobernacion del estado y municipal. El ministerio publico is a narco. Tambien el presidente de municipio. La corrupcion is total. Suerte.

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    1. En mexico todo el gobierno es corrupto, y el gobierno de los estados unidos les paga billones de dollars al año para que se ayuden...

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  9. De todo un don caballero templario a El Senor de las Almorranas

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  10. Who is the guy to the right of Tuta ? He looks funny and out of place ?

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