Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Two more Police forces disarmed in Jalisco

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Milenio article

[ Subject Matter: Alleged Municipal Police collaboration with narco's
Recommendation: Some knowledge of recent events in Jalisco would be useful]

State Public Security Forces will take charge of Policing in the Town's of Pihuamo and Jilotlan de los Dolores, informs the Attorney General

Municipal Police in Jalisco image courtesy of Flickr

Reporter: Jorge Martinez

Guadalajara. The Municipal Police of Pihuamo and Jilotlan de los Delores, in Jalisco, were disarmed and the security passed to State Forces, informed the Attorney General of the State.

La dependencia informed through their twitter account that the Governor Aristoteles Sandoval ordered in a preventative manner the disarming of the Police forces in these Towns.

The Attorney Generals Office detailed that the situation was under control, and that the State Public Security Forces would be in charge of the tiers of security.

They assure that more information will be given about the results at the end of the operations.

On 15th of March, The Regional One Force, took control of security in the Towns of Villa Purificacion and Union de Tula.

The Police that integrate various corporations were retained to be investigators, but after they were set at liberty because the Agent of Public Ministry could not prove links between the Municipal Police and organized criminals.

On the 8th of December of 2014 they ordered the disarming of the Police Forces of Cocula and Casimiro Castillo.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

21 comments:

  1. oscar nava "el lobo" is ratting on "el cuini" in the usa! pussy!! Rat!!

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    1. they all rat in jail

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  2. La policia municipal are some scary ass foos they see the convoys of 20 or 30 trucks and they act like they dont even see them lol i dont blame them they give them crappy guns and cars whit no armor in a war zone

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    1. Just some heavy traffic.. nothing suspicious to see here.

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  3. Who here would like for dr mireles to have some gun attachments to his wheel chair (preferablly miniguns with flamethrowers) say I???

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    1. Calma te James Bond

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    2. I. And i would like to see comandante chivis back him up with a rambo headband and an LMG. Blasting through jail helping him escape and then saving mexico.

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    3. Sounds like a good movie

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  4. In my opinion, all "municipales" should be disarmed and re-assigned as (non violent emergency response officials, car crashes, traffic management, etc.) turn them into a non armed auxiliary force. (you can't fire them, because you'll have the same thing that happened in Iraq with the army) fire them, and suddenly you have a trained populace without a job.

    Mexico's only hope for law enforcing is with the Federales, and in some cases state police.

    -Nostromo

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    1. could not agree more.
      i will go further, not state, only feds and on state to state rotations.

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    2. FINALLY A COMMENT THAT MAKES SENCE

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    3. Municipal police are nothing different than sicarios. Officially they get paid a miser salary, and they go to the side of those who pay better.there is no honor and no respect for the occupation. This is a police force that at this time should not be existing. So many things are wrong with the way they are trained and organized that it would take a long time to enumerate.

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    4. All the KGB, NVD, THE GESTAPO in the world can not take control of a whole country from the local regional maffias...
      The fuerzas unicas, policia unificada, nazional, commanded by zeta from the start enrique francisco galindo ceballos, zeta boss miguel angel osorio chong, giniral sienfuegatas, and their mando unico enrique peña nieto's Cartel de las Lomas, is just a power grab by the most corrupt of the corrupt mexican governments we have ever had, very expensive and all paid for by selling out mexico and the mexican's ass for table scraps...

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    5. The policia federal are just as corrupt as regular mexican cops. They pull you over and say you need to give them money, if not you're going to jail.

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    6. Community police is free, badly trained and armed, and do a better job, unless it is state sponsored like tamaulipas and guerrero, or the policia rural unica or unificada under el Castillo de cagada in michoacan...

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  5. El Ministerio Publico IS the link between los preventivos y los narcos. When will it be realized that putting different police means nothing more than a "shift change"?

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  6. Maybe feds in gov are actually getting tired that Mexicos problem has gone international remember EPN said in Guerrero-Its a municipal problem.Well maybe they are getting fed up and see the multiple problems occurring because its getting so widespread.Maybe they want to take back their country and rightly so as its turned into another Honduras or Venezuela and boy oils suffering and now tourism so whats left to benefit Mexico?They are losing everything.

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    1. epn said that to keep the blame to his very very good friends, aguirre, abarca and co, who were busy giving the PRD a bad name, but who are priistas at heart...
      --BUT IT WAS EPN AND HIS CABINET, ESTADO MAYOR, ARMY AND POLICE WHO DID IT IN AYOTZINAPA...

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  7. Federal gov wants to get el mencho but el mencho have territory not only in jalisco state but in colima ,nayarit,guanajuato,michoacan and veracruz . I heard they are also in mexico state and in guerrero so well good lack federal gov . Mencho is not going to be a easy catch.

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  8. Mexican Police = Laughing Stock of the World :-)))))))))))))))))))

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  9. Narcos in Mexico?? Check Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Perris all in California

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