Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Last Autodefensa of Arteaga Assassinated




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat



The lifeless body of the last member of the autodefensas of Arteaga, Michoacán was found this past Monday.

The discovery of the body was made by residents on the road leading to the community of Hembrillas.

Local police arrived at the scene, who later confirmed the identity of the body as Vicente García Farías, 50, lying on the ground.

The body had several gunshot wounds and at the time of his death, he was wearing his uniform.

Forensic experts from the Attorney General of the State of Michoacán arrived at the scene accompanied by a public ministry agent who after the completion of the relevant proceedings, ordered the lifting and transportation of the body to the local medical examiner where an autopsy will be conducted.

It should be noted that García Farías remained as an autodefensa in Arteaga after his companions deserted due to not being paid; the man refused to abandon the cause and stood as the sole and last autodefensa of the municipality.

 Source: Noventa Grados

48 comments:

  1. May God bless you brother, your death was not in vain, one day the cause you had died for will prevail , rest in paradise

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  2. My God! This is horrible...and the gob not only sits idle by, but is a part of the annihilation. all the warnings an pleas for help. This narco-gob "operation eradicate AD...permanently".... is a disgusting disgrace, its being a witness to hope being butchered, breaks my heart. </3

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    1. And meanwhile Dr. M rots in a cell without an end in sight for his fake charges because the government does not have the balls to outright kill him so as to not make him a martyr or galvanize the people towards open revolt.

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    2. Narco-gob more dangerous than any other cartel I wish I could do something but they'll just chop me up to pieces...some of us will die of old age and Mexico will be the same way it will never change..

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    3. Narco Gob aka War Criminals.

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    4. With little to no information in the U.S.A. I feel my country is purposely turning a blind eye.

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  3. WOW. It's a shame that the auto-defense momentum was stopped by the government .

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    1. I live in tierra caliente and I can say nothing except to my familia. To speak is to die. I am old. A mis vecinos I say to them "Soy sordo, soy mudo, y soy ciego". I cannot even say anything around las nietas because they will talk and I will take bullets. The marinas try but no person will speak to them. When they come to my door there is always a nino como diez anos that hears over what I tell them. Los Marinas do not understand how things work here. The pinche cartelero halcones have their ninos working for them. Send that pendejo Castillo here to protect la gente. No one else is.

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    2. Ase es Michoacan you already know mind your own business or else bad things happen hopefully everything changes or goes back to 06

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  4. If the zetas wouldnt have been in michoacan felipe calderon wouldnt have declared war on the narco but la familia was cleaning up and like every cartel they like money and when it runs out extortion and kidnapping begin

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    1. Los animales son mas nobles que el HP Narco Gob.

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  6. Sad but it was expected, they were going against templarios and government that suport templarios and acted like they were helping Autodefenzas but constantly stabed them on the back. It was a great effort and many people died for the cause and i'm sure it was not in vain and let people know they cant mess with those communities. Now most of those michoacan communities are with cjng or ct, if you cant beat them might as well join them. Things are just going to get uglier in Michoacan with most people are strapped to the teeth.

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  7. It was never going to work, You can't bring poor hungry people with hunting rifles to a war agaisnt rich narcos with automatic weapons common sense is not there strong suite but i salute there effort.

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    1. 9:16
      you can ? You have to be covert and on the offensive . Playing like gentlemen wont work in a extermination effort . I don't know what kind of hunting rifles they have . If they are for large game with range . a ak has bout the same ballistics as a 30 30 . Outrange them stay hidden and be on the offensive.

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    2. 9:19 it worked for a while, it cost el chayo and el kike their lives el broli disappesred and la puta tuta, el tio, en el bote, governor fausto pellejos retired his lt governor in prison, the national PRI and epn roasted all over the world...it worked for a while.
      --it all even worked more wonderfully for the El Traficante mas Poderoso de Tierra Caliente, Miguel Angel Gallegos Godoy, nobody chases him accuses him or d
      Says his name...

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  8. This man died for a belief that he could protect, defend, & better his community. He lost his life, but
    others have already lost their souls & any integrity.
    ¡Descanse en Paz, Compadre Vicente Garcia Farias!
    Nuestras condolencias y oraciones humildes a su familia y los suyos se envian desde el Oregon EEUU con lagrimas, orgullo, tristeza y fe en ti y el Diosito.
    Dios sabe a quien le corresponda este homicidio
    avergonzoso y cobarde. ¿Cuantos mas?

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    1. Descanse en Paz, Mi Hermano, Vicente Garcia Farias. R.I.P.
      You will not be forgotten.

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  9. Chivas why do they want to eliminate Chapo? I don't get why the allow this to happen and basically show support of narcos and yet chase the one guy who could control the entire country's drug trade...are each state gov on different sides? Is the federal gov against all narcos but don't know how to control them? Why can't the Feds just back Chapo take a cut and be done with this whole bloody war......

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    1. Yeah sure... keep believing chappo is the savior of mx. He and his compadres allready got mx-gob officials/agencies on their side, like the ones in sinaloa and other states where they operate. & yet they still CAN NOT control every thing, and no damn criminal org. ever will. That is the reazon why big countries like mx have presidents, governors, mayors. They should do their job. The problem in mx is that the criminal organizations get lots of help from the local/state levl corruption. About the sinaloas, even with the help of presidentes, soldados, sinaloa hasn't been able to make things better. It only got worst, they created the big cartel of CJNG. Another headache for the authorities fighting crime organizations. Get outta here with your narco ass kissing crap

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  10. If the story is true my respect for this man that's what I call balls

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  11. FuckN Mexico government what a fuckN joke N the greatest part is that they no nothing :(

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  12. RIP brave guardian.

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  13. So this was a good guy but i thought ADs were bad?

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  14. I can't believe the government is part of these atrocites, people stand up and fight for there rights and the little things they do have and the govt just sits back and allows the narcos come in a kill these people. This poor man wasn't even getting paid for what he was doing. Fuck the mexican politicians, I wonder what these politicians would do if they where in these people's place.

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    1. They are killing the trouble makers, and "they" are criminals sent expressly from Los Pinos, not from los nowhere narcos, there are paramilitary forces in mexico, but H3 is more like the local executioners now...for free!!!

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  15. La Flama Blanca

    Who killed him? CT, CJNG, or Ministerials ordered by one of the two aforementioned groups? What happened to Los Viagras? were they in a different part of Michoacan, or did they muerte into CJNG.

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    1. Viagras became castillos men for fuersas rurales

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  16. La Flama Blanca
    Sorry!! Extremely sad ): if he was the last AD in Arteaga, does that mean he was last "cop" in the city. Or was there still a local corrupt ministerial force?

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    1. I believe that this past week, the municipal police in Arteaga were disarmed, and the police force replaced by army units who have been given jurisdiction over civilians to carry out police duties. They have been deployed over 6 or 7 large towns, all ex Templar strongholds. There is an article on Milenio and Michoacán 3.0 about the deployment , ill translate it.

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    2. EPN Narco-Gob is replacing local police with soldiers across the country. The idea is one, national police force for Mexico that answers to EPN Narco Prez. This is a horrible plan. The hunt for Chapo keeps the headlines busy, but, I believe that the Chapo Show is basically smoke and mirrors. Yes, he is a badass, rich and a fugitive-- this isn't new! The true purpose for troops being deployed is genocide. Yes, a most hideous word, but it is applicable. The campesinos, los Indios, these are the people who are the victims. The transnational mining companies want Mexico for what is in the ground. Narco Gob is "clearing the land" for these mining corporations. That's like Netanyahu's statement, when he likened the slaughter of the Palestinians to "mowing the grass." (Gaza has no resources other than salt and very low grade oil). The mining bastards are responsible for tens of thousands of killings in Africa and Colombia, for example, just to get at what's in the ground. Governments are their partners in crime. Mexico is in a state of war IMO. Like, Vietnam, which was officially called a "police action," taken by the U.S. Long, afterwards, the gringos said, "OK. We'll admit it. Vietnam was a war." My heart breaks for the good people of Mexico.

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    3. This won't happen in Mexico believe it or not in Mexico their are people as powerful as the government the real Narcos not these thing you call carteles I dont know why they haven't stepped it but they exist

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    4. @ 5:20PM, then, they best get their super powerful asses busy stopping this madness Peace out...

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    5. "They" the powerful at war against the poor and unarmed people will not stop anything as long as there is one gram of power to pursue, I mean "privatize"...
      --If you pay attention, power, money, the means of production, drug trafficking, dirty money to be laundered and the clean money, water, land, all is to be private property of the rich, your mind too, but it is all a coincidence...
      --great statesman EVO MORALES, president of La Guerra Falsa war stage Bolivia said it, and the poor are to share Socialism, in the poverty, lack of services, low pay, education, health, but you can be a drug addict too, the sooner you will be gone...
      --Genocide Loophole, it is not "genocide" if the murdering genocidal part leaves at least one child alive, wether that child is adopted or sold away, just make sure you can find "it" to prove you were not trying to extermine the whole rabble, he/she may serve your drinks some day too...
      --The argentinian military junta "wisely" sold or gave away for adoption the children of their torture-murder-dissappear ed victims, some they even adopted themselves, I was wondering why...the chileans Uruguayan did that too back in the day...
      --the CIA released the documents about their dirty false wars, Operation Condor and the US Navy and intelligence participation, they must be somewhere...
      --thank the widow of CHARLES HORMAN and his father, an influential american, they fought tirelessly to get their son/husband tortured and dead body returned by pinochet and co. After more than 40 years, they can sue their own US government that decided to do Henry Kissinger's Death Wish on others...

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  17. Now he was a brave man. D.E.P.

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  18. If the world had more men like this we would be in a literal heaven on earth compared to what it is today
    -SouthPhx

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  19. --Was he family with el abuelo farias?
    --was he fuerza rurales?
    --Because the AutoDefensas were never promised any pay or rewards,
    El pinchi gobernador has his personal private criminals doing his cleaning, the police and military are affraid of Nuremberg style trials, the US has just "cut 15% of the Mierda Accords funding equal to about 5 million dollar, but delivered about 170 million dollars...not good,
    And without pemex money to rob and steal, all that is left is illegal mining, drugs, prostitution paired with tourism and more drugs...
    As the US government distances itself from the peña nieto for crimes against humanity, human rights defenders a d organizations keep trying to get La Hague involved in a trial against the mexican government for its crimes...
    These actions were bitterly denounced by mexican politicians a few years ago, saying the "interference" in national affairs was like: "spitting on the motherfacking face of the motherfacking mexican government" and that the mexican government HAS THE RIGHT TO SUPRESS DISSENT AND DISSENTERS AS NEEDED and intimidate the signers of the petition to La Hague see: John M Ackerman and abogado Netzai Sandoval/proceso

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  20. God bless this man, and his beliefs.. i hope the others that bailed over money see this and feel like shit. I hope he didnt die in vain.. so sad but yet so incouraging.. this man seems to be a good man... god bless him

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  21. Isn't this guy el abuelo farias if it is they had said they were going to kill him look it up on the templarios Facebook page

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    1. no, that is Juan José Farías aka el abuelo.
      Farías is common surname in mexico

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  22. Muchas Gracias, 3:42
    Truer words never spoken. Doesn't anyone think about the CD , collateral damage of all of this ? The violence, the corruption , greed , the addicts of a whole new generation, the disappearances, Los Fosas Comuns ? Come on people , get a grip.
    And ! RIP the brave man , pray for Dr M. Viva La Raza .

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    1. FREE MEXICO! ¡VIVA EL PUEBLO!

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  23. I'm very sad reading this piece here, this man is a true hero among humans. He had to have been afraid sitting there all alone and knowing the danger he was in, but he did it anyway. A person who does something and not for money really say's something at this point in mans history, we've become such a despicable species. The death of this saint is just another disgrace upon the Mexican and United States governments, and yes I say the US government because those at the top know all about who's who in the corruption game and to have another hero rotting in jail and to have not said anything demanding his release shows them to be complicit in the crime as well. Dr. M is the other hero of the people that the criminal Mexican government is illegally detaining. The true Mexican patriots in the military should stand with the people and against the illegal occupying cabal who's in control now. RIP to all the innocent people murdered by drug gangs and the government all in the name of greed. Stay strong Dr. M.

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  24. Meanwhile Papa Pitufo, El Americano, El Viejo, and Castillo play a game of cards together!

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  25. Que descanses en paraiso senor Vicente García Farías. Muchas gracias por defender a Michoacan.

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  26. Fuck the cartels. Long live Dr Mireles and the ADs

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