Friday, August 21, 2015

Tabasco thwarted kidnapping: 3 of the 6 did not know suspected kidnappers

By Lucio R. for Borderland Beat
Sagrario Negrete Marin and Daniel Tadeo de la Cruz
Villahermosa Tabasco, Mexico;  It appears that 3 of the suspected “kidnappers”, two who were
killed, may have been innocents,  being at the wrong place, with the wrong people, when the kidnapping attempt and pursuit transpired. 

The autopsy of 5 persons killed in what authorities report was a attempted  kidnapping, has been completed by the State Attorney General Office (FGE).

At least three of the 6 suspects were alive subsequent to the vehicle crash that ended the police pursuit that also claimed the lives of 3 police.

Two of the suspects who were alive after the crash, depicted in photos posted on social media, were given eight 9MM gunshot wounds including  a coup de grâce to the head.

A regional newspaper was able to have access to the autopsy report which clearly contradicted the official version of the suspects died while being given first aid after the car crash.


The two killed after surviving the crash, was the young woman, Sagrario Negrete Marin, 23,  and her companion Daniel Tadeo de la Cruz Martinez (left).  Both worked together at “La Doña", night club. 

The only ‘suspect’ who survived the attack, also worked at the nightclub, is Virginia Garcia.  (image below)

Garcia, from Veracruz,  said under questioning that she did not know the brothers, and had no knowledge of them being involved in criminal activity, that they were customers at the club who invited them to ‘party’.  

Before that night, neither of the girls knew the men.  She said that Sagrario did not want to go, until her coworker, Daniel, offered to accompany them.

Sagrario, was from Juchitan, Oaxaca, and had only been in Tabasco for 4 months.  She was unmarried, without children.  She was found with her dress pulled up past her waist and without underwear leading many to raise the question of rape by one or more of the police.


Virgilio, Herminio and Freddy Almeida, are the three brothers killed in the melee. 


86 comments:

  1. Wow they kill her beacause those sucios mexicanos can get a girl cause of their small penis so they rape this girl

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  2. Here,,is what is wrong with extra-judicial killing..How many people are still glad the police basically murdered them?
    Innocent or not,you cannot condone police shooting people when under arrest?

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    1. Told you, nobody dies of gunshots to the head because of a car accident, the motherfacking police and the army have been doing it for a looong time, and accusing all the dead of being narcos or kidnappers...
      --what I resent the most is ALL THE BB MATHAFAKAS THAT WERE CONGRATULATING THE POOPLICE FOR KILLING THE "NARCO-KIDNAPPERS" AND CHEERING EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS, the brainwash works so good because of a genetic predisposition to rush to judgement to wherever the corrupt mexican public servants want to steer the steers...(güeyes)

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    2. Which is contradictory because, nobody in their right mind trust public servant, ni matter police or military, and with good reason cause the sons of birches have been killing and raping whoever they please.

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  3. This is so sad and makes me so mad so many lives messed up now cause corrupt cops they had their whole life ahead of them, I think the dad should be able to do the EXACT same thing to those corrupt pigs, (Broomstick with chile juice on the handle or a Cucumber) then finish them corrupt pigs off like they do to innocent people all the time! MEXICO ROCKS! But the CORRUPT COPS SUCK ASS!!

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    1. It is Mexico.......Helllllllrrrrrrrrr Madea!!!

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    2. It is representative ot the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia the US chose to run this kind of shit in mexico...
      The bigger the crisis, the more the victims tend to believe in solutions imposed from outside by outsiders with ready made solutions like small government, austerity, and socialized poverty for the poor, private property for the rich, impunity for the criminals, in mexico or the US, all enforced by militarized police and army and marinas...by law and the UN working to impose the PAX AMERIKKKANA, or Paz de los panteones

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    3. So, basically you are saying mexico is too fuckin stupid to make their own decisions. Is that what you're saying??

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  4. damm bad think she was beautiful

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  5. Wow the cops raped then executed her that's seriously messed up.

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  6. I HOPE THIS DIRTY, RAPIST, MURDERS, PIGS GET CAUGHT AND Arrested for this heinous crime.Rip to the victims.

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  7. Pinche gobierno Mexicano CULO! Porke chingados no deja que la gente honesta sin antecedentes penales porte armas! Ya se save que todo el pinche gobierno no puede con tanta pinche criminalidad en Mexico, porke chingados se creen tan vergas las autorirades? Cuanta mas gente tiene que morir en el chingado pais hasta que tal ves algun dia deberas respondan adecuadamente tanto las leyes como los propios policias? Este pinche pais por las buenas no va en ningun buen camino y es tan egoista e ignorante e incredulo que no se da cuenta de lo que esta sucediendo!

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    1. 12:01 here we go again.
      --calling the public servants "authorities" is error #1...
      --expecting that federal police, or state or private or the military will take care of business for the citizens, is another error
      --Suggesting to the federal or state government officers to "resign please" is another..
      --make your own list, there is no end to it...
      Oct 14 paro nacional in mexico, no protest marches, no violence, just a plain ol' strike.

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    2. @4:31 from 12:01 - First of all authorities tell the politicians what to believe as far as security is concerned! They are both intertwined. To split these two from one another is asking for more time and trouble as far as getting results. Simply put one department will blame another. Second nobody expects the police to take care of anything, that is why their is a call for citizens to be armed. Third who is asking government officials to resign? What's important is that they at least admit the facts about all the crimes in Mexico and do not stand against citizens arming themselves for protection! Lastly if a strike is needed in order to gain results then I agree with that!

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  8. Girl was actually good looking

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    1. What? It's okay to kill ugly people.

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  9. If the police did rape this girl then DNA will tell us which one, I suppose that will not happen as it seems nothing is ever solved. Time the US decriminalized drugs and end this nightmare in Mexico.

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    1. There is a huge backlog of rape kits in the US that haven't been dealt with.......imagine Mexico, the idiots wouldn't even know what a rape kit is.

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    2. 8:03 the US did not provide rape kits, training, technicians or labs...
      --the US can only supply weapons to their "contra fighters"...
      --they, the US do not want their assassins found out and proven guilty in court, that would be counter productive, like when their School of the Assassins graduate Roberto d'Abusson raped the priests and the nuns and killed them, that sent the maras to the employment office to do their dirty jobs for the rich and the government who do not want to be found out...
      --it slows down matters, and puts egg on their ally #1, the US...
      --iran's Grand Ayatollah, khomenei, heir of the Grand Ayatollah khomeini, learned to wipe his ass with a chicken bone...and to ask bad dirty questions, like" how do you liberate a peoples by carpet bombing them, by droning them, by dropping poison gas bombs on their heads?" Friggin' ayatollahs and their big mouths...
      --I would add that the US also betrays it's allies, like the Sha of Iran, who lost his 40 billion in english banks and Iran's oils to english and american black marketeers...

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  10. So, she is saying they had no idea that the 3 bros were going to kidnap someone while they were present. Come on! 3 bros are committing a major crime and they bring 3 witnesses along!
    Hilarious!

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    1. read below. try to focus,

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    2. There is absolutely no part of this story that is ' hilarious '

      Dont be a smart arse all the time,stories here man,they were all murdered..
      The girl will naturally touch most of us a little more,as it should be,but the fact remains they were murdered under arrest?

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    3. @6:05 sssh! She was told what was up by the "biiig baaad narco-kidnapper extortionists" after they got summarily executed...
      --Like Tlatlaya, surviving witness changes the official police/army line...
      --I need a report about HOW you shot dead 3 motorcycle riding police officers (3) involved on the Chase to the Death, from inside a moving car crowded with six people (6)...
      --not even los Cinco Enanitos or the Amerikkkan Sniper can do that...

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    4. Chivis fuck you

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    5. 12:46 time to take your meds jose and go back to sleeeeeep

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  11. Am I getting this right? It makes you wonder if there was ever an attempted kidnapping. Where were these 6 kidnappers going to put this "buisineman" anyway? There was no room in their car, right?? It was a Jetta, lo don't know where the "kidnappers" sat.

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    1. exactly. something was very off from the beginning. the 'victim' was never ID and now they say he occurred at another site not a car wash. I think the brothers were into crime of some type and pissed someone off, who employed the police to kill them. the 3 from the club were just unknowing tag a longs.

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    2. Not much else makes sense Chivis. Any time I hear the police saying the police are heros I have to look a little harder. I have been the person in the back of a police truck. They say all sorts of stuff to justify the atrocious behavior of the corrupt police and government.

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    3. I absolutely agree. I learned the hard way when I needed help, it is dangerous to assume someone in a uniform is a good guy. In drug plazas all municipal police including chiefs are narco police, state is a mixed bag, a crap shoot.

      people outside Mexico can't understand how it is. I didn't. It is shocking. If I needed help as in a kidnapping of a love one I would go to DF to the feds. They can be corrupt also, as we know, but as in the Marina, that is your best chance. Someday I may be brave enough to talk about the night in Nuevo Laredo that we barely eluded kidnappers by escaping into Texas. It scared me so badly I can't go back to Nvo. We never once talked about calling the police. I was the only American, three others had papers to cross, so that is what we did. I could not sleep well for a very long time.

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    4. So sad. Write a corrido and be happy!

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    5. Are you trying to say the police killed 3 policemen just to kill 5 presumed kidnappers?

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    6. It would not be the first time police officers get murdered by friendly fire on purpose, would it? Many people get in trouble from their own peers, shot and fingered on by their own side and friends...
      --the people in the car just were the excuse...

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    7. I guess jettas in mexico don't have trunks!?!?

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  12. Wow if police are the ones doing the crime then Mexico is fucked.

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    1. 8:11 NOT! it was a question of finding the problem, and it is getting naked bare all over the place, the problem is the police, the government and the military, from municipal to the federal level...
      --AND that the US GOVERNMENT supports them with weapons, gorilla training political support, and sovereign impunity while keeping it a state secret and away from the american people's knowledge...
      --it is going to take a big ol' mess for MSM GODS to take notice and put self censure aside, maybe some day, how about Oct 14 2015?
      --The state is ready, they got rubber bullets, tear gas, grenades and tanks, airplanes, drones, they painted the macanas...everything...
      --how about a "staycation at home" general strike?

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  13. Once again I ask the question, just what does it take to get the Mexican people mad enough to fight their government. Clearly nothing will. It also appears Chapo running the country might just really be the best thing for the people.

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  14. And now a little more of the truth trickles out...

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  15. Sweet looking girl, it sucks she didn't go with her first impression of not going.

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  16. Muy hombres los femecidas ...
    La Policia nomas chingan a los que pueden no tienen morales para hacer un buen trabajo. Ni los huevos y entrenamiento para defenderse de aggressiones putos Policias.

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  17. stuff like this is exactly why el chapo is Loved more than the mexican gov. ...
    his people would of known who was who and this young lady would still be alive and wouldnt have got raped....
    this is very sad and another blow to the mexican gov. ...but honestly at this point i dont even think the mexican gov. even cares at this point...
    i honestly feel that they know in their heart of hearts they will never be able to get mexico under control ... very very sad..

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    1. 11:32 well, the US has given all the help they could to the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia, about 8 billion dollars in weapons...no rape kits...

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    2. "FORD, closing its plants in the US, even gigantic brand new ones, not obsolete by any means, because they are relocating to mexico, them there dumb mexicans will get 60 dollars a week for 6 days of work 10 to 12 hours a day, instead of 60 dollars an hour on the US, 8 hour shifts, lunch breaks and all..." said donal trump...

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  18. Mexico such a pathetic piece of shit country. How you gonna defend this one keyboard commandos? You all need to stand up for your people and return to Mexico and fight the government. Pendejos.

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    1. 11:53 you are such a fucked up pendejo that says pendejadas, and can't see that before the storm there is the calm, and the calm are now trying to 'figger' the way... --with input like yours, it will take longer, that's for sure...

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    2. 11:53 Keyboard commandos are doing important work, part of it is flushing shit away and getting rats like you out of the toilet...PENDEJO...
      --mexico as a whole did not murder here, local cops did, with US weapons and ammo.

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    3. Looks like I gotta go and kick some ass or im not CAPTAIN AMERICA!!####

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    4. Yes that is why I have come back Do my part in helping the people

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    5. American weapons that the Mexican gov buys...... And we have the DRUGS from the MexiCant's....... What's your point?

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    6. I wonder if Millie had gone back?
      How can he stand to live amongst all he hates?

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  19. Shitt glad i read this somewhere else this sory dies not make sense here on BB

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    1. 12:46 I am glad the other site does not allow your comments, or nobody reads them or yours except for, maybe, you, but thanks to BB you can come here and even get posted once in a while, and we can enjoy your "worldly wisdom" of a marrana placera.

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  20. RIP chicka, your family will always think of you. The same for the other victims, this really got to me on a serious level.

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  21. Who does the people of Mexico trust to protect them if they cant trust the police?? This is really bad.

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    1. u never trust the Police

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    2. Your family. Everyone has family surrounding them. That's who watches your back. No one else can or will down here. They are busy trying to protect their own.

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  22. Most of you were glad they killed them not too long ago...now y'all mad??? GTFOH!!!

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    1. Yeah man its true '' feel sorry for police killed but fuck her and the rest '
      Silly bitches are to stupid to realise its not cool for police to kill handcuffed people, especially females,they killed her and threw her away like trash the fuckin dogs..

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  23. This case is a classic example of why Mexicans cannot trust their government. After any report that "suspects" were shot in a "confrontation" with police or with the military, or were executed under questionable circumstances (extrajudicial executions is the politically correct term), the vast majority of the comments in this blog approve of the government's action. "They deserved it", "kill them all", "if it was your [mom. sister, dad, brother, wife, friend, etc.] they were suspected of killing, you would approve of their execution, too", "better to kill them than to have the courts release them," on and on. What these commenters conveniently forget is that the only version that is generally known about why and how the suspects were executed comes entirely from the government. In the government's version, the dead suspects were invariably sicarios or drug traffickers, they are always shot when they fired upon cops or soldiers who were on a routine patrol, or shot after hot pursuit when the law enforcement personnel interrupted the commission of a crime, etc. Also, in the government photographs, there are always high-powered weapons placed beside the dead bodies, evidence, I suppose, that they died in a firefight. It is only after the victims' families come forward, or after an independent autopsy reveals more of the circumstances of the victims' injuries, or journalists talk to actual witnesses that the government's story begins to fall apart.

    Some of the comments in response to this particular story are, quite frankly, pitiful. There is a suggestion, for example, that DNA tests should be performed on the dead woman (girl, actually) so that it can be determined whether she was raped and, if so, which of the cops did it. In a rational world, where there is a reasonable expectation of legality and justice, this would happen. In Mexico? Give me a break. To adopt a popular saying, scientific instruments could not measure how little the Mexican government cares about making sure justice is done. In fact, the government would be the first to oppose an investigation and would not do a damned thing to murdering cops (or soldiers) no matter what such an investigation would reveal.

    So, please, don't believe anything any government tells you about the use of force by any law enforcement personnel until you have examined evidence from several sources. Governments have every incentive to lie about these matters, and they invariably do so.

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    1. Yeah, you've captured it pretty well.

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    2. I agree with you. The Mexican officials cannot be trusted. I could only imagine saying something like "Glad they got what was coming to them!" if this had happened in a more stable country like in Canada or some place in Europe. I would be more willing to trust the cops and their judgement in those countries than the ones in Latin America.

      My friends, the governments of Latin America are a major part of organized crime and cannot be trusted. Who knows, maybe these three guys stole their (cops) load (of drugs) a week prior and the cops were getting revenge. I don't think the three guys were expecting that or they would not have brought another three with them.

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    3. Actually there are scientific instruments that measure mexico's problems, one of them, statistics, and quality control, I specially love W Edwards Deming, an american engineer, 10% of the people is the problem and the reason of 90% of the rest of the people's problems...
      --If you put to sleep the 10%of the problem people, all l% top government officers, and put the rest in prison, for starters...
      --Knowing the problem is 90% of the solution, and the problem is the motherfacking mexican government at the top, not one or two lowly callentos...
      --Placing weapons by their victims works, chilean president Salvador Allende shot himself on the head with a high powered rifle, Barry Seal, jfk...
      --and Gary webb shot himself two times on the head to murder himself...
      --Pope Juan Pablo I also put hisself to sleep for good real quick, while Cardinal Marcinkus from CICERO AND CHICAGO MOB watched carefully, to make sure...

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    4. Wakey Winky 4:21 PM! N. American governmens aka USA; Canada; Mexico are equally corrupted. Canadian banks are #1 in money laundering and Mr. Harper's government is not "stable." The States' public servants, elected governing bodies are rife with corruption. Organized crime is global. (Russian Brotherhood Federation; Chinese Triad; US, Canafian, European, Scandinavian, UK bikers; Mumbai, Asian, African & Italian mafias; etc.). The Latino crime elements are hardly at the top of the Scumbags International, Inc. list. There is no activity--good or bad--that takes place in ANY community without its unspoken consent. In other words, the government's consent. In 2015, there isn't a government on the planet that's trustworthy.

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  24. Mexicans and US people should hold hands and clean up

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    1. Best comment I've ever read on B.B. !

      -SouthPhx

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    2. US CITIZENS NEED TO ASK THEIR GOVERNMENT WHY THE MEXICAN GOVERNING NARCO-MIERDOCRACIA KEEPS GETTING AMERICAN SUPPLIED WEAPONS TO DEFEND ITSELF FROM THEIR CITIZENS?
      --THE US has been supplying weapons for free to the mexican government, erecting Berlin Walls on the borders, to keep the banana republics vassals put down there...

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    3. Go away with your hate you bore,change the record soft arse..
      And keep it sweet with Chivis

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    4. I5:25 nothing sweeter than chivis, other than that, i"ll keep kicking ass...
      --mofos' nuts and ass...
      --Just say SO??? and call it a day, M & M...
      ---CAN YOU EVEN LEARN THAT FROM THE MASTER OF DECEPTION HIMSELF?
      ...

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    5. No es agradable persona..
      You roll out ridiculous views and call it kicking ass?The views of a self importante pleb.You bring nothing to the table except hate and prejudice?

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  25. 1:53 PM: Thanks, bro. Agree 100% with you. Too much about this particular case's official "story" doesn't jive. These governments are too busy conjuring lies to govern and the police too busy committing crimes to serve and protect.

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  26. Good for the police they get sick of being shot messed with disrespected and so on.One to the head good job find some more and for those inocents watch who your with.

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    1. Are you for real does that apply to the innocent children killed in Mexican drug war too ?

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    2. 3:40 the police are the problem estupido, if they are so sick and tired they should not report to work...
      --how do you kidnap someone with a small car with six people inside?
      --how do you shot at police and kill three from a packed car running away?
      --how do you justify murdering five suspects? I'm
      Implying that then "maybe perhaps most assuredly three of the suspects were real kidnappers" and the other three made the deadly mistake of hanging with the wrong crowd, and getting murdered, tortured, raped etc gets justified as if by magic...
      --No autopsy reports out of the police officers killed? I think their own fellow officers got them, it would not be the first time...

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    3. @451... How do you kidnap somebody with 6 people already in the car? Ever heard of a trunk?? How do you kill 3 police officers with a packed car? I don't know maybe you spray enough rounds and you're bound to hit someone or something

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  27. I worry for Virginia Garcia. She lived but maybe not for long. There seems to be no honor among the police.

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    1. u r right, life in Mexico

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  28. Another example of bb teaching me to reserve judgment until all the facts are. Even then, the "facts" are always in question!

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  29. Can you imagine if something like this played out in the USA. It is like Mexico is not a part of the North American continent. It would be all over CNN and other networks. It would be on talk shows and forensics would be done. The crime scene would have been taped off and experts would have been sent in to analyze everything. This would be a daily view on TV up until a trial of the officers if they did the horrendous things they probably did. Cops slaughtering people under these types of circumstances would not go away in the USA or Canada.

    My wife was near the massacre in the Bar Colorado here in Chihuahua. Her and the Nino's heard the gun blasts. In the morning we drove by the bar on our way to her friends house which you have to pass by to get there. I saw no yellow tape and a message on the door, written with black magic marker on a torn piece cardboard saying "We are temporarily closed". Obviously just dragged the bodies out, threw them in a van and washed the blood out. They just do not care and nothing is ever done right to catch anybody unless someone in government is killed.

    My wife's car was actually stalled in the middle of the street just two small blocks from the bar. Federal police pulled up behind them, jumped out of the car and put their automatic weapons inside the car and pointed them at the children. I guess they were thinking the criminals were waiting inside a car in the middle of the street 20 minutes after the shooting. This is just one small example of what happens here. Worse than the old keystone cops. Because here they know they are not doing it right, but they just do not care while making themselves look like buffoons.

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  30. EXACTLY !

    >>"Another example of bb teaching me to reserve judgment until
    all the facts are. Even then, the "facts" are always in question!

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    1. Doubting the official version is never in question, it is usually a cover-up...
      --the officers involved have passed their "Accreditations" now they officially belong to the government's Select Shock Troops...

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  31. That's fucked up. I hope these sick bastards get raped repeatedly in Hell. We all have to pay for our sins. El Nemesis-

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  32. Wrong place wrong time. Sucks to be a Mexican in Mexico.

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    1. 1:00 100% performance, except for one surviving witness, autopsy reports, suspicious appearances and accusations of rape, kidnapping and pulled down panties to give resuscitation help, all minor details screaming of a planned operation...

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  33. Real or not, the cops just wanted to rape the girl. After that they killed her to keep her quiet pretending she was a kidnapper.

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  34. It is really dangerous to go to bars or clubs in Mexico. If you want to have fun, invite friends to your house and stay alive.

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  35. canadian girl: not targeted. wrong turn put us wrong place with some very bad people. I have never been openly targeted. truth is for many years I was protected, until the 2010 split.

    In all my years, 11 in total, only one serious threat came my way.I travel in some of the most dangerous of places. encountering balaceras, even balaceras in front of my offcies. z blockades and even was caught in an overpass wehn z's stopped traffic in mty to hang a narco manta. guys with ak47s, waving them in the air in a threatening manner. it was over in less than 5 mins. Because I am schooled in the behavior and activities of narcos I am prepared what to do in most cases for a favorable outcome. still no guarantee. but odds are much better.

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