Friday, October 30, 2015

Mayor of Cocula detained with leader of Guerreros Unidos

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

[ Subject Matter: Eric Ullises Ramirez, Aran Casarrubios Salgado
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]

The Mayor of Cocula, Eric Ullises Ramirez Crespo


Reporter: Proceso Redaction
Elements of the Army and the Federal Police detained Eric Ullises Ramirez, Mayor of Cocula, and Adan Casarrubias Salgado, one of the leaders of the criminal group "Guerreros Unidos".

Ramirez and Casarrubias were drinking alcohol when detained. The armed forces also confiscated two rifles, a handgun and packet of cocaine.

They were detained in Cuernavaca, Morelos, together with Eloy Flores, an assessor from the PRD parliamentary group in the House of Deputies.


The detained were transferred to SEIDO headquarters.

Adan Casarrubias Salgado, known as "El Jitomate", is the brother of Mario and Sidronio, the other leaders of the "Guerreros Unidos" Cartel.

On the 17th of October last year, the PGR informed of the detention of Sidronio Casarrubias Salgado "El Chino", presumed one of those responsible for the forced disappearance of the 43 normalistas in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero.

In all, Mario Casarrubias Salgado was detained in 2014. His place as leader of the criminal group was assumed by Salomon Pineada Villa "El Molon", brother in law of Jose Luis Abarca, deposed Municipal President of Iguala, Guerrero.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso


23 comments:

  1. Gente Rata, its the own goverment in all this mess.. Thats how these cartels thrive

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    1. Unfortunately that's how it is! Just gotta see how everything is going down in Michoacan with the Autodefensas

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  2. I think you got the wrong Cocula on you map. Wrong state

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  3. 3:01 Ya , I think you are right , Cocula GRO

    http://m.milenio.com/policia/Erik_Ulises_Ramirez_Crespo-alcalde_Cocula-alcalde_detenido_capo-guerreros_unidos_0_619138280.html

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  4. Cocula , GRO
    http://zetatijuana.com/noticias/generalez/26274/cae-operador-de-guerreros-unidos-y-alcalde-de-cocula

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  5. Damn these extortion garbage needs to be exterminated already, why does the government allow these rotten criminals exist?

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    1. Because it is wrong to take a Human life, bla, bla, bla, rehabilitate, bla, bla bla....Kill'em all....

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  6. Yep, wrong Cocula. It is southeast of Iguala Gro.

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    1. no, you are wrong. They were detained in Cuernavaca....read the post again.

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    2. Nother wrong güey. Otis's map, although not elegant, is correct.

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    3. jaja well I changed from the incorrect map to this one. It is one of Lucio's .
      I am not sure how "elegant" a map must be but of course it is that of google

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    4. Elegant maps you can zoom infiniterly, shows all details and have options of 360° street level view in real time in full color, I know we do not have the money, but some volunteer may know how to hack a satellite or two to do just that, for free.

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    5. Mexico News Dailey says he and the newly ejected mayor of Cocula were stopped on the highway between Cuernavaca and Temixco, Morelos.

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  7. This is what the guerreros unidos get from el pri after becoming best friends because of los chuchos del PRD selling out to el pri and peña nieto, a few crimes or a lot, blamed on the "narcos" to demonize them and have them ready to take the fall for ayotzinapa kidnappings, murders and disapearances, a case much different than the modus operandi of the local gangs use to do...
    --but emilio chuayffet chemor, "la emilia" has quit the secretaria of education saying he is sick to no have to testify for ayotzinapa, after escaping Acteal trials and Aguas Blancas, and el charco...
    --The mexican governing narco-mierdocracia is just giving.us all.more atole con el dedo, I pass

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  8. In short : Mexico Is A Narco Republic.

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    1. @6:06 Nostradamus has spoken, better late than never...

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    2. Mexico is a narco-republic AT THE SERVICE OF GLOBAL DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS THAT OWN IT AND ALL THE MONEY IT PRODUCES...
      --That is why all drug producers are soo facking broke, bankrupt in debt in spite of all the mining going on,.be it bananas, drugs, oils, minerals, slaves, nothing is left there but corruption, debt and dependency, and death for the malcontents...
      --and that is why the powerful seek free trade treaties and more and more mutual defense treaties, and cooperation among between the in-between associate nations to defend each other regimes...and protect the status quo...
      --to defend "This Cosa Nostra of Us" in the best mafia tradition...

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  9. Yes, they were DETAINED in Cuernavaca but from Cocula GRO ! like Chivis new map , jajaja

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  10. To all
    No es muy facil. Some politicos are forced to give favor to carteleros or they or their familia die. Some are cupable all the way. Then some are inocente and people in gobernacion do not like them and they put venganza on this person. Desde Tierra Caliente

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  11. Corruption runs rampant in Mexico.

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  12. Mexican pooliticians do not ask their country try for help, they just want to be put where they can "help themselves", and nobody has forced any mexican politician to seek elected position, they campaign for it because of greed and impunity, to cash in on their "earned merits", and certainly gobernacion entrap a few wise asses..
    --These guys and one Hundred more like them will not produce one ayotzinapo of the disappeared, not dead, not alive, I don't think these arrests were requested by "the people"...

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  13. 12:06 the pooliticians have the military, the army, the marinas, federales, state, municipales, Judiciales, ministeries, SSP, policia nazional, mando unico, air force, aduaneros, transitos, political godfathers, billions of dollars and weapons from the US, they own the estado de derecho, and the rule of law, impunity from the guardians of civil rights and democracy, the US, and refuge and safe harbor for the investment of the money they rob from the mexican government and make from drug trafficking, they also own the main capos of drug trafficking, and YOU @12:06 want "us all" to understand the plight of the " poor mexican pooliticians "?

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  14. http://www.sinembargo.mx/11-11-2015/1547215

    He's asked for an indefinite absence.

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