Thursday, June 18, 2015

Sedena (Secretary of National Defense) Discloses One of "Missing 43" Was Active Duty Soldier" Infiltrated Into School

Borderland Beat Posted by DD Republished from Proceso

By Ezequiel Flores Contreras
Graffiti painted on wall at by normalistas at the barracks of the 35th Military Zone based in Chilpancingo, Guerrero.

 Chilpancingo, Gro. (Apro) .- One of the 43 missing normalistas Ayotzinapa is enlisted as a soldier on active duty, but his identity was classified as "confidential",  revealed the Secretariat of National Defense (SEDENA).

 "Providing the information represents a real risk to the safety of the family of the missing military, because they could be easily identified, resulting in possible attacks against them," the Sedena to this news weekly Proceso.

 In mid-April, the reporter made a request for information to this federal agency 77315- -folio in which he asked if among the missing normalistas were any active duty soldiers .

 This request was made due to a line of research being followed on the level of infiltration of government agents in the rural normal school "Raúl Isidro Burgos", considered by authorities and politicians as "hotbed of guerrilla".


Last week, the Department of Defense issued an official response which makes the following disclosure:

"From our search of records, we located a person corresponding to the name of one of the 42 missing students from the  Isidro Burgos Rural School referred to in your  application; however, the name is classified as confidential because it is personal data. "

 This is indicated in the office as 2433, signed by the deputy chief administrative and logistics staff of the Department of Defense, General David Cordova Campos.

The resolution called "confidential" justifies reserving the name of the member of the military on active duty who was a student at the Normal Ayotzinapa and part of group of 43 young people who disappeared during the night of 26 and morning of September 27 in Iguala.

This because the to provide the soldier's name, "would enhance significantly a threat to the detriment of the lives, safety and health of his family," says the resolution of the Department of Defense.

Then he adds: "Since the information could be used by disaffected military groups, including organized crime, endangering the lives, safety and health of the family of the missing military".

This opens a new line of investigation in the Ayotzinapa case;  it had not  been addressed by the federal government to explain the reason for which authorities acted in collusion with crime against normalistas 43 missing, including a soldier on active duty.

Orig. Spanish at link above, computer translation edited by me.

35 comments:

  1. It took this long to obtain information such as this? Yet a name can't be released? Why not? Confidential? If the man is deceased, what difference does it make at this point? Once again Mexico performs at its best. No surprise here. Next we will learn 20 of them were US citizens, But it's a secret! Shhhh!

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    1. You think we care if he was a us citizen? Really?

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    2. Because the deceased man still has family members and there is a good chance they will become targets if their names are released as a warning to others not to become undercover agents.

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    3. I don't think that's the point. The point is, there is no
      telling what other kind of crazy shit we'll be expected
      to believe

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  3. Double agents working both sides to fulfill a greater purpose. Regardless of the hazardous duty pay we all know the risks involved and we take them for our own reasons. Que en paz descanse este operador valiente. - El Soldado Perdido

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  4. The military that kidnapped and disappeared the ayotzinapos did not have orders to investigate them, just to get the job done.
    --The ayotzinapos do not need to be gerrillas, they can argue with anybody their points of view, and win the argument, that is why they are hated by even lawyers with big words like emilio chuayffet chemor and angel aguirre rivero.
    --they were collecting $ with tin cans because they were not rich billionaire drug traffickers either...

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    1. The expert on life?

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    2. 10:50 Expert on crappy government and their prostitute clients, all the way up (or down) to the cleaning ladies, that would be you,10:50...

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  5. Puro bullshit!!! The world rejects their official account (s) so they continue to modify

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  6. MF BS! Nobody believes those POS.

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  7. They send a spy into the school but send no one into las oficinas de gobernacion? Porque los normalistas do not pay them piso. Puro caca justicia en guerrero.

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    1. Asi es. 11:13 AM-- you just nailed it. That's the cause of this tragedia.

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  8. Mexico is just getting more tangled on its on web, lets face it, if they cant convict the mayor or his darling wife then all these other investigations are useless. They have the main suspects in prison why bother investigating the students?

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    1. To muddy up the water a little more, that will further protect the real culprits even more, all the way up to lover of politicians with pompadours emilio chuayffet chemor "la emilia" and his madame pompadour, enrique peña nieto...
      --I hear el maestro chuayffet is very civilized, likes expensive wines, housing and clothes, and to have bunches of money readily available for his "visitors", all males...

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  9. The mayor and wife of iguala are guilty of many things, but not guilty of the ayotzinapos' kidnapping and disappearances, here the guilty parties are federal, from the soldiers of peña nietoto his secretary of education emilio chuayffet chemor "la emilia", the only other non federal involved would be the governor angel aguirre rivero, only they would have gotten the mexican army's experts to do a job like this with approval of their commander in chief...
    --then we see the billions of dollars in purchases of more weapons by mexico from the US "to fight the Biiig Baad Ugly Narcs", if guerrilla drug trafficking narco-students get in the middle again, they will be in big trouble, and their tin cans will not help them again, nor their cardboard beds...

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  10. Hey dd

    A little typo. The top heading, fix the word acive to active. Thanks.

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    1. @12:27 thanks. I found that story between 5:30 and 6:00 AM before I had even finished my first cup of coffee. After checking other media and finding the same story, i started formatting it for BB. I'll blame the error on lack of caffeine, but it might just be old age.
      Thanks for pointing it out.

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  11. Hey DD, nowhere in this Proceso report does it what your headline says.

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    1. 8:33 Who cares about Proceso's deadline? Be happy that proceso is mentioned here and you do not have to subscribe there, the fee would make you poorer than your mind...

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    2. Padres de los 43 niegan que uno de ellos perteneciera al Ejército

      http://www.proceso.com.mx/?p=408061

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  12. What I think makes more sense is that the reason they are not giving the name of the infiltrated soldier is not to protect the soldiers family but the soldier. He's probably still vivito y coleando (alive) and really the reason why they are all dead to begin with.That's why the government can't find the bodies. Because they're not lost they know exactly where they are only one of them will not be accounted for. If they had infiltrated them does it not stand to reason that they where informed of their plans to protest their whole itinerary in fact?

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    1. #fue el gobierno, el ejercito mexicano asesino y secuestrador bajo las ordenes de peña nieto, su comandante en jefe, por eso se siguen haciendo pendejos...

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    2. Maybe the mexican sedena are trying to mix "their loss" with the 43's parents to "prove" that the mexican armed forces are victims too...fuck them...bring up the corpses for testing and produce the name of the soldier they "lost or shut the fuck up!!!

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  13. It looks like Mexico's (ELITE) will never change.The people have tried to fight back several times w/violence & guns(AUTODEFENSAS,ZAPATISTAS & OTHER GROUPS) & have had victory's. Then the Mexican military gets MONEY from the USA & sent in to clean house(kill & destroy) them. So it looks like only way to hurt Mexico's (ELITE) is by BOYCOTTING Mexican product's here in the US so stop buying Mexican made products! This goes to all of my RAZA it does not matter where you where born everybody is welcome to help! white,black,asian,latinos/hispanics,middle eastern & others.

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  14. The only soldiers missing were those that were there and did not help but shot them up after corralling them like buffalo bill used to corral his buffaloes or indians. But they were only missing until the death squads got done with their business...
    --All through the persecution the C4 were keeping track, and nobody tried to rescue the infiltrated "soldier"? Bullshit and more bullshit...

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  15. Yea, one of the many spies. He's not the first, nor..the second and will not be the last.This can't come to us as a surprise. I've been more surprised, by a Cracker Jack box toy!

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