Friday, July 3, 2015

Violent Friday In Michoacán: 5 Dead


Update: 7/4

Translated By Valor for Borderland Beat

Michoacanos went through a violent Friday today after a shootout between federal forces and suspected gunmen in the metropolitan area of Jacona-Zamora, with a total of three people dead, and the discovery of two bodies hung from a bridge on a highway in Zinapécuaro.

The first incident occurred around 10:30 in front of the soft drink company Coca-Cola.  According to police reports, federal agents ordered a car to stop, then it was realized that the men were armed.

The crew of the car ignored the orders and fired upon the police, killing one, whose body was left lying next to a GMC Yukon.

During the shootout, the officers shot dead two of the suspects while arresting the other two.

According to 1aplana, one of the dead was ‘El Guasón’ who was a plaza boss who operated in Morelia.

Prior to this, police officers found two bodies hanging from a bridge along a highway in Zinapécuaro in the section Maravatío-Morelia around 8:30 in the morning.

Paramedics who rushed to the scene confirmed that it was two men whose hands and feet were tied.  The bodies corresponded to two males: one between 15-18 years old and the other 30 years old.  Their hands and feet were both tied and showed various wounds throughout the body indicating that they were tortured before being assassinated.

Members of various security corporations sealed off the area until the public ministry agent arrived, who later attested to the events.


According to preliminary investigations by the attorney general, the victims were suspected kidnappers and extortionists.  The investigations also suggest that people from Zinapécuaro were the ones responsible for the hangings.

Update: 

According to the attorney general, the deceased were allegedly involved in the kidnapping of a resident of Ucareo, as well as being responsible for extorting residents of that community.

For this reason, the people of Ucareo arrested, beat, and deprived the lives of the individuals by hanging them from a bridge located at kilometer 190 of the México-Guadalajara highway.

Since they were allegedly involved in the events, six people from Ucareo were summoned by the authorities, causing an uproar among the people who tried to avoid any action.

23 comments:

  1. Cuanto a Zinapecuaro por Culiacan?

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    1. Ha ha that's a good 1.

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  2. Maybe for the arrest of el menchito if cjng controls this area either way that's messed up killing the little kid

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  3. Always great news that more cockroaches are dead.

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    1. When another human wishes death on another..
      Its not the way man..
      we are all one..no matter where you from

      Mr818.

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    2. not really Anonymous July 4, 2015 at 5:51AM. The government moves away from its responsibility by saying "the victims were suspected kidnappers and extortionists", and looks for the sympathy of the people. But the reality is the government is doing nothing. I wonder why the "criminals" that end up like this are not heavily armed. It angers me when I see arrest of 7 or more dangerous criminals, but only one semiautomatic weapon and maybe 2 guns were secured. Does the government thinks we are stupid enough to believe the cartels send their people to fight with rocks? Im sure a lot of people are taking the fall for the real criminals and the government is just making excuses about its gross incompetence.

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  4. Recordando a michoacan
    quise descargar un cuerno
    tomar un trago de vino
    y un suspiro pal cerebro
    me encontraba amanecido
    disfrutando de lo bueno

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  5. Minor typo - Zinapécuaro.

    PGR now says locals (Ucareo) caught the guys for kidnapping. Then hung them from the bridge.

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    1. That's what folks did before, when there was an epidemic of kidnapping along some of the Pacific Coast states. They strung up a few of the worst kidnappers after taking them from their homes and hanging them in public squares. It was a response from business and law enforcement people who engaged in dark ops in order to crush the power of the criminals. Took all of the ease out of being a kidnapper, and kidnappings fell way off.

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    2. Thanks for the heads up and info.

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  6. Aren't los Valencias from that area? This place has always belonged to Mencho. So I'm sure there's always been some friction with others.

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  7. No respect for human life or death in Mexico.

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  8. Narcos tombstones/castles with air condition ,wifi .bedrooms ???

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  9. What's up with Coca Cola after the skirmish in Tamps last week and now this? Remember, Presidente Fox used to be president of Coca Cola.

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  10. The crazy thing about that is that there is more than 5 people dead in Michoacan. We just herd of 5 but there is more throughout the region

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  11. The cokes taste sooooo much better in Mexico!!! Pancho Villa? Zapatistas a better example. What's up Sub. Marcos? Revolution? Maybe in isolated areas. All over? Not anytime soon.

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    1. That shit made no sense at all , except the cocacola part.

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  12. woah ...one of them was only around 15 to 18 years old. Seriously kid was it worth it?

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    1. You play you pay..fuck that asshole kid.how many are dead because of that psycho.I say hang him again.

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  13. 5 were killed Saturday too. Zamora (4) and Huetamo (AD).

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  14. every friday is a violent friday; in michoacan

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