Thursday, October 29, 2015

Baja California Sur Governor seeks help of USA State Dept to combat crime

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

[ Subject Matter: USA State Dept, BCS State Government
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: Ivan Gaxiola
La Paz, BCS. The Governor of Baja California Sur, Carlos Mendoza Davis, reported that he has sought the help of the State Dept of the United States to combat crime in the peninsular, he also said that the collaboration could include " equipment and infrastructure, until we have the capacity and the learning".

"We have made an invitation, and I hope it will materialize in the next few days, in order for the people of the State Dept, set up in Mexico, they can come here and get to know us, carry out a revision and diagnostic, and supervise and see where, we can inside of the points of the Merida Initiative, well, to synergize in order to be able to receive and give support and security in Baja California Sur ", said the Governor.




Mendoza Davis considered that the American intervention does not violate State or National Sovereignty, and also said that he does not know exactly when the work will be carried out with the United States nor in precise terms what that will be.

They will say when they arrive, it is at our invitation, and because I hope that they may soon be here. I have no issue with them coming, for it is they who will have to tell us where there are areas of opportunity where they can help us, but yes it includes equipment and infrastructure, and training and learning topics.

Finally to accept that the level of crime, which had increased in the previous year, but has reduced this year to date, the Governor said that this was not a victory but a first effort.

"We don't count this as a victory, this is not a fight of fifteen days, this is medium to long term in order to strengthen our institutions, our police, our preventative, ministerial police, the municipal police forces and coordination with the Federal Government", he concluded.

Original article in Spanish at BCS Noticias

81 comments:

  1. Good, because I plan to retire in la paz

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    1. The NAU will be born out of conflict.-nwo bigshot

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  2. Is that clear everyone? MEXICO needs the U.S. government to fight crime. MEXICO can not fight the criminals on their own.

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    1. You couldn't had say it better. The huge number in criminal groups surpasses the limited abillity of the few in the govt that really are trying to combat them. Like is the case of the Governor of BCS. One prove is the AFO trying to restructure to recover 'their turf', wasn't that cartel supposedly dismantled a long time ago? ... It just shows, that the criminales are always ahead of the LAW in mex. All thanks to the narco mierdo cracia they have.

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    2. It is not that they can't it is that they dont want too smart ass there are alot of corrupt people alot from el cartel mas Grande el del gobierno pendejo

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    3. US government has been behind all the mexican criminal governments and their sicarios, before any extension of their influence and autority it needs to be well understood and out in the open, with names, charges and los pelos de la burra en la mano...
      --carlos mendoza davis of very spanish descent, a life long student of the law, a "human rights specialist" that is tolerated and tolerant of poolitics and pooliticians for the sake of personal progress, with doctorates and masters degrees from american french and brittish universities, can't be a bright shining star of mexican poolitics without el pri and the US help?
      --on texas, and chihuahua, their invasion started somehow like that, same thing all over mexico, the colony was kicked out, because it was no good, and now after years of "friendship" in front of the corruption that never left and their weaponized poolice and military torquemadas that exploit crime and criminals, am I supposed to believe in the "new bearers of the same old news"?

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    4. Your are a moron they don't need u.s help because they are the ones helping the cartels this is corruption at its best and this one govener is probably one of the honest officials that has no ties maybe

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    5. This is like como cuando the chingan por delante y luego también por detras.

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    6. Thats the resident troll of BB it comes out raving on every post about the US and ' foreigners ' Basically a class act
      Peace

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    7. Can't ?
      We are being naive, the Mexican gob like it just the way it is.
      No matter what cranks say

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    8. SOMEONE FORGOT TO LIBERATE THE BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA, WHEN SANTANA WAS FORCED TO "SELL" HALF THE COUNTRY...
      but it is never too late for the US resident opportunists to try and privatize another little piece of mexican real estate, imagine aaall the tourist resorts that can be put in the peninsula...it needs to be secured of course, and depopulated, by voluntary choices, of plata o plomo...but, very very little plata, in pesos...

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  3. Good move by chapo to clean out all the in depends and gulfos

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  4. Mother, Daughter Recovering after Being Shot by Mexican Soldiers - KRGV News http://www.krgv.com/news/local-news/Mother-Daughter-Recovering-after-Being-Shot-by-Mexican-Soldiers/36109576

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  5. Mendoza Davis for President!!!!

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  6. What the hell!!!! I didn't know Kanye was a cop.

    -El Arrepentido de la Sierra

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    1. Man I almost spit my coffee out. Nice.

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    2. Haha. Thats good shit bro

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    3. That is hilarious! looks just like him...

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    4. Ctfu...i saw him in the crowd too...

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  7. its about fucken time somebody asks for help,idiots!! the usa ahould be their and not iraq or afghanistan!!

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    1. Its up to Mexico not the US, the US is trying to be friendly and not inflame the animosity Mexico has towards the ' gringos ' the US cant ride in like some half assed john wayne.It will never get better, just look at attitudes on here?

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    2. There is no oil on the peninsula, josie, 'THIMK'
      --but there are a lot of oily snakey snake oil vendors, always snooping for an opportunity to sell their puppet masters...MUD pirañas swimming in BB waters trying to look like SHARP SMART SHARKS go back to welfare, you can make more money there toothless pirañita @5:34...

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  8. I read this on the BCS Noticias........I thought it was a joke or my incorrect translation , god help us in BCS !, the LAST thing we need ......more gringos. Can the Merida Initiative stop the politicos from bankrupting ALL five municipal govts too ?

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    1. Last time i checked, it wasn't gringos torturing and dumping bodies in the street....it was sinaloenses and dudes from so. Mexico who pacenos hate

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    2. Hope to god your not in the US, your the kind who gives Mexicans a bad press

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    3. To be fair to the Governor, the Mexican justice system is about to change over to the USA system. I think the Governor is asking these people in to learn how to process, and how to evidence in the correct format to get convictions under the new process.

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    4. Or this, or that, this mothaphaka was not born yesterday, and has been feeding his big fat ass on the public trough for a good long while, got hisself elected, and he can not put a team together? He could form his own autodefensas with the citizens, they would do it for free, and defend their island...without training or pay...

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    5. This Human Rights Specialist, did not study human rights and is better prepared than many mexican politicians in the matter too implement no HR in defense of anybody, he just wanted to know about the legal loopholes and how to violate anybody's human rights and get away with it.
      --Poor broke bankrupt Spain is still trying to re-colonize ignorant indian Mexico, and even oil less BC will do, the US has never been able to control their side of the border, imagine all of BCN and the BCS...

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  9. They just want MORE US Dollars so they can keep sacking the municipalities.

    http://zetatijuana.com/noticias/reportajez-bcs/25990/el-saqueo-a-los-ayuntamientos

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  10. I Dont see this governor being in office long if he's making outlandish request like that.
    you never invite another country to police yours.

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    1. That's a proven fact, 10:41! NEVER DO THAT. In the spirit of encouraging capitalism during the 1950's fight against communism, poppy cultivation in South Asia was promoted and financed by Uncle Sam's fledgling CIA. Nixon and Kissinger declared the United States world wide war on drugs, officially, in 1968. CIA agitators fucked about in Saigon "Como Pedro por su casa," until, an utterly corrupt government presumably "asked" for US  advisors through diplomatic channels.The Americans deployed 18 year olds drafted into military service as well as enlisted men on what was called a "Police Action," not a war, to help save the Vietnamese from communism. This governor will rue the day the gringos were "invited" to help fight crime in Baja.

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    2. This mexican gobernador hijo y nieto de gachupines is no mexican really, for his ass, getting help from other countries try is just business as usual his father was the first governor of BCS, when it was made a state, but no other good news...

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  11. Good idea! It's about time!

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  12. Hahahaha help from the US, the US is inside of Mexico already, n just like the Mex Gov they are just sitting in there ass pretending to do something

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  13. Vaya con dios, Mr. Governor!

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  14. Good Idea
    Job number one

    Travel by autobus to Camp Pendleton for examination all the state legislators, the governor's staff, army, armada y marinas and policias del estado y municipios y ciudades for vetting by a legion of polygraph experts who ask three questions: Have you ever had contact with a criminal organization? Have you ever accepted mordida from anyone connected to a criminal organization? How many houses do you own?

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  15. Each & Every time you ask the US for help you get fucked! nothing but human rights violations/war crimes/profits for the rich. Just a few examples Iraq/Afghanistan/Ukraine/Yugoslavia/Japan/Colombia/Guatemala/El Salvador/Honduras/Africa.

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    1. Luv the sounds of helicopters in the night..at daybreak..at high noon..as the sun goes down...

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    2. Ur an idiot. It is mainly bout profits but we do get the job done. U probably live in the usa and enjoy the many benifits yet utalk shit. Typical Mexican

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    3. 11:55 Maan you are a socialist comunista castrista Marxist lenninista with maoista tendencies of sendero luminoso, and you are stalking the truth...welcome...
      PS ...as long as you don't start seeking asylum, free drugs and narcotics, welfare or god forbid!!! an education or higher salaries and free health care... welcome...

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    4. Remember that when your whining about the state Mexico is in.

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    5. @5:38 after all this time, you don't understand what the hell is the motherfacking problem, it is Not the state mexico is in, or the way the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia keeps it...
      --it is about the "help" the US "gives" the narco-state...
      --the crimes of the narco-state agains an unarmed population...
      --it is about the human rights violations of the narco-state against the guilty and the innocent...
      --it is about the drug trafficking organizations foreign to mexico that get to keep most of the money generated from drug trafficking and launder it...
      --but you wouldn't know anything abut any of it...

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    6. Holy shit look at how many comments freaky deaky mills has made ?

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    7. I get Iraq and Afghanistan 11:55, Yugoslavia and Ukraine? Those two are on the Soviets not the US. We rebuilt Japan after WWII so you can't put them in the category. I don't know why you even mentioned Colombia but that country is pretty damn stable. El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are on the incline financially compared to 20 years ago. You blame Mexico just as much as the US for issues in Central America.

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    8. Meth and heroin have stabilized cocaine trafficking to the US a little, but not colombia, guatemala, el salvador or honduras, social chaos...much less mexico...

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    9. 11:51 Mention once where everything went according 2 plan anywhere. Everything has its quirks here and there. Trial and error is universal. And no 1 country is PERFECT.

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  16. This is great a government official stepping up to the plate. I sure EPN's panties are in a bunch over this one.

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  17. this is like bringing the cat to care for the cheese ... he had mouse and cheese for dinner.

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  18. Fast and Furious 2.

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  19. The "end game" is to bring in United Nations troops and get them well entrenched in Mexico-- But their main target is the USA.

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    1. Is this Millie ' kicking ass ' again?
      As usual ignored

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    2. 6:42 see you can't help it, you have millie in your head, and it makes you Hallucinate

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  20. For real! If Mexico became an American satellite like Puerto Rico it could become a great state!
    I have lived in Mexico!
    It has everything to become a bountiful country to all!
    The problem is it has the legacy of corrupt Spanish rule!
    Mexicans and Americans are actually very compatible and like each other for their humanity and hard work ethic! That is why you see so many intermarriage!

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    1. Puerco Rico is now a shit state full of drugs and drug addicted fools and hoes, nobody escapes in the Isla chingada de puerco rico from the blessings of drug trafficking, and after murdering independentistas, and driving others underground, the US is letting it go to hell and does not plan to come back until they cry uncle...

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    2. The issue is that most mexicans that live in mexico like it ....otherwise why would they elect enrique peña nieto

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    3. @9:26: the plan for Puerto Rico is the same as the one for Hawaii. Ruin the locals completely on crack/meth or whatever, promote relocation to Las Vegas and then buy out the shambles for 'nothing'. Next you know surreal 'law and order' is moved in and massive amounts are invested in real estate.
      This is EXACTLY what happened in LA and is going on in Hawaii.

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    4. Televisa, owned by US citizen emilio azcarraga Jean pounded the propaganda, and they and all the other drug traffickers and elite priistas pooled money to buy votes, plus fraud on the vote counting, and voilá habemus president...mexicans have not voted majority for el pri since salinas De gortari conspired to murder the political operators of chuahutemito cardenas, and he still had to steal votes and the election because mexicans did not give a rat's ass about salinas de gortari, ernesto zedillo "la neta",.or fox or fecal or peña nieto, but they get tbe.selves elected with the money the US sends their way, to steal the Banana republics' election, but voting ballots were not counted in full, some were found in texas, ready worked with pri votes for people nieto, they were not counted, really!!!

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    5. 8:41 it goes on in chicago and pensylvania hell anywhere USA crime helps real estate business acquire prized neighborhoods after investing in gangs, guns and ho's, "to perromote the economy"...

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  21. Nothing wrong with the ask for help from another country when your own will not help you.

    So many cells everywhere cause issues for civilians and goverment alike.

    Lets see how many public officials get offended by the Governor's ask.

    You'll know those are aligned with Lic or Mayo.

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    1. The governor asked on Mayos behalf. LOL

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    2. They might try the death threats, or the old trick of leaving heads at his places, to intimidate him. Seems like he has good intentions, maybe the US should listen to his propositions...

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    3. You do not get elected on the Californias to anything if you do not meet the criteria of the corrupt candidate selectors, one of them is tolerance for criminal politician compadres

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  22. Will be hard to threaten to kill the American families. So that will not work. Bring in lie detector tests and see how many corrupt cops fail. Get the bad out and hire people that have an interest in their community to make it better. Give them a lie detector test before hiring them.

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  23. Mexico is a super rich country. Let the Chilangos pay for it.

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  24. U.s can't even take care of there gang problems

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  25. Let's see what happens , first 5he gotta start with the corrupt police and officials, it might get ugly before it gets bether.

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  26. An invitation to the US Department of State to slip occupying forces into Baja isn't so smart. This Governor's messaging style's two-stepping back flips make a person wonder if this plan is really his own bad idea, or one the State Department gets credit for under the guise of "playing nice." Among alternatives to "nice" are military tanks rolling across the border, no invite necessary, B.Y.O.B., "Bring Your Own Bullets."

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  27. This is going to get interesting. Most local cops and many local officials are either in the pocket of the organized criminals or live in fear of plata y plomba, Cooperate or you or your family are dead.

    Corruption is endemic, nothing can get done without greasing a palm here or there, and organized crime and criminals pretty much own the plaza. The crooks extort, kidnap, murder at will, countless bodies many showing signs of extreme torture litter the countryside, there are only cursory investigations and few if any arrests.

    Even when there are arrests charges are often mysteriously 'dropped' in the narco catch and release program that Mexico runs. Plata y plomba is probably the main reason.

    The border is beginning to look like a gopher colony from the US Midwest has set up shop it's so riddled with drug import export tunnels.

    Federal help is spotty, and only seems to show up when the locals 'take up arms' themselves to try to stem the carnage.

    ...and you wonder why this cry for help?

    And yet the trolls on here blather on about violations of national 'sovereignty' and how the the big bad USA is gonna send in the marines to take over the country.

    Get real... they can't even keep the country's most notorious criminal in their best super-max where big money and plata y plomba bought Chapo his freedom.

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    1. Intelligent truthful post..
      The US is damned if they do, damned if they dont.

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    2. The US is guilty of the corruption, and "damned if they didn't do it"...
      The Hank Rohn and their daddy "el professor" carlos hank gonzalez, one of mexico's biggest rats, went with their crime and drug trafficking to tijuana and all the BCS border after their "lebanese national bank in texas" got busted and facked up for money laundering by "somebody" that could wanted and got Texas for the Texans, after kicking former governor Ann Romney in the avoirdupois with "the silver foot poor George was born with in his mouth..." who needs rich mexican bankers in texas? Laundering drug money? Texas bankers can launder all of it, and keep it too, like osiel's and mexican politician drug traffickers from all NE mexico...
      --Drug trafficking and money laundering has made texas much of what it is today, coupled with pirated oil and illegal weapons sales to their owned mexican drug traffickers...this "governor's plan" stinks like the devil and hell rolled into one toke.

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  28. Dont governor, mills will have a breakdown

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    1. Governor: stick to your new amante "la monica" at 5:43 am,
      --hey Mari Kitta you are losing a lot of tricks if your favourite war losing mercenaries do not get a "contract" on baja?
      --Losing some of that mierda initiative money?
      --I think the Sharks got it already, there was nothing left for the pirañas, go back to the sewer you are used jump in...

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  29. The US involvement in the drug business is murky and its wake is full of dead and mutilated bodies.

    As a reminder I love this from the Zetas:

    http://deadlinelive.info/2012/09/27/los-zetas-accuse-the-dea-of-running-the-gulf-drug-cartel/

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      Always thought DEA ran CDG it makes so much sense, and also, if the Zetas said so?

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    2. What a genius

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  30. If that happens law enforcement will start getting targeted. You have to remember organised crime is not just Mexicans it's every shade of the rainbow all skin colors have their groups. Police are not killed in the USA because they can't it's as easy as doing it in Mexico the problem is the heat it will bring bad for business. Police are killed in the US sometimes people say he died in a car accident or a bad traffic stop but in reality it was a hit. Law enforcement just doesn't want people to panic. Why do you think they need military hardware terrorists alqueda Isis really you guys think that and believe it. Their are probably deals brokered out with the American government to get a certant amount of people it's a business the war on drugs.

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  31. US stay well away from Mexico.
    Leave them to it

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  32. USA to the rescue AGAIN!

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  33. Horizonte Informativo.info: "Piden Indigenas Devolution de Centro Ceremonial de Isla del Rey"
    --CANADIAN CORPORATIONS: Dearrollo Turistico ARAMARK y Dearrollos Turisticos Isla del Rey stole 10 of 13 hectares of their land in cahoots with government officers and even started selling lots of land without having title since 2007...
    Typical business practices, just pay a kickback and steal anything they want, including ownership of land and property of anybody specially poor indians and make it private property.
    --let the victims earn more points for their ticket to heaven as poor and victims of the rich...

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