Sunday, October 25, 2015

7 bodies found in a Sonora border town, one was wanted in the U.S. for drug trafficking

Seven bodies were found in the state of Sonora, right next to the border with the United States, the victims had bullets holes from a high power rifles, so far only one has been identified.

The exact spot where the bodies were found is called El Sasabe, in the Saric municipality, and is a place where access is possible only by all terrain vehicles. It is also an access point to the United States for its desert climate conditions and the lack of human settlements is constant, becoming almost imperceptible.

Only one victim was identified,  relatives  identified Cipriano Obeso Berrelleza, 38, originally from Caborca ​​a neighboring Municipality of Altar, who was last seen on Saturday October 17 and who was reported missing on Wednesday 21 .

State Investigative Police (PEI) were the ones who officially reported the bodies and said that the only subject identified was wanted in the US for drug trafficking and is originally from Caborca ​​and resident in Altar, a municipality with high flow of migrants.

The murder had happened on Saturday or Sunday of last week in an area where the state Department of Public Safety said is plagued by organized crime and gangs involved in drug trafficking and smuggling of people.

"Security elements of all three levels of government implemented an operation to find those responsible for killing the seven people whose bodies were found (Thursday) afternoon in an advance state of decomposition".

"The victims were located on a creek in an area located next the border with the United States, 53 kilometers from the town of Sasabe."

This article was translated from Revolucion Tres Punto Cero


73 comments:

  1. This may be off topic, but as I read this, it reminded me of a photo I ran across but couldn't download from Google. It had been taken at night, the subjects were a line of men, 5 or 6, possibly, whose hands were handcuffed in front of them. They were walking over dry grass on rural land, and carried droga in very large duffle bags strapped to their backs. Their eyes showed sheer fear. These were country people, judging from their clothing. A couple men in city clothes with rifles were in the picture, too. I guess this was a few months, ago, when I saw it. The people in the article didn't deserve to die like this. Nobody does. So sad.

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    1. That's rrright. And who runs sonora.? Those backstabing snakes from sinaloas who else. The sinaloas are good at manipulating ppl. That is how the've gotten to the top every body knows that. Only idiots don't realize it.

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    2. You might have a point, they were probably force to be drug mules.

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    3. Yup backstabbers sinaolans

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    4. Backstabbing Sinaloans he said. The reality is simple, everyone does the same fucking thing.

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    5. Definitely, forced into muling...couldn't help wonder if their lives were spared, afterwards.

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  2. chapo.

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2014/03/chapo-was-not-above-kidnapping-and.html

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    1. Re Chapo, from the above link."In February 2007, his company kidnapped 300 migrants and only 180 are known to have been released. Released, thanks to the village priest Prisciliano Peraza, whose anger compelled him to speak out and call for their release.
      He was given the most badly beaten migrants. (continues on next page)
      In February 2007, Chapo’s company kept about 120 migrants and they were never heard from them again. In February 2007, most likely, his (JAGL) company massacred 120 people."

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    2. I think these things happen, but freelancers would be more desperate, I do not see how you make money from kidnapping and beating people and murdering them.
      A lot may get lost on the US, but quite a few end up working in arizona's prison industries, where sheriff 'el apache' arpaio and his partners punish illegal immigrants by using them for $0.30 cents a week in their prison industries in their private prisons...

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    3. This is the good cartel.

      Ya no hay quien have negocio bien. Its more like which cartel has a good record of paying its people.

      Sinaloa and Zetas the worst they had people fighting plazas on their behalf unpaid.

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    4. Could someone explain why cartels kill migrants? I have always been confused by this.

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    5. @1013 sometimes it happens because migrants burn the dope routes...and to keep ppl away from certain areas the kill the migrants...for brining heat to a lucrative area....or the do it cause they r just fucking assholes...POS

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    6. Wrong it's .15 to .45 cents an hour but you are right you are forced or face disciplinary action which results in the hole no visits no calls no commissary

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    7. 12.19
      Said it best. CDS killed migrants to stop them bringing heat to their routes as a warning?

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    8. There is free tobacco supplied to prisoners, they gave to us en El Paso, but no pay, when we came back from work, the warden took the "illegal contraband" from us...

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  3. They should have left them in the desert... at least then they would have been of use feeding the wild animals...

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  4. sucks 7 bodies found and honestly no real investigation will be completed. just another day

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    1. No real investigation?, The cover-up doesn't come from the crime scene unit, if there was intent for a cover-up they would have never found the bodies... Just another cold case...

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    2. The cover-up allows for finding the bodies, not the murderers, the weapons, the circumstances, etc related to these murders...that would be too much cream for unos pinchis tacos...

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  5. Oh well that just means Sonora population dropped minus 7

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    1. Ya viene el frio, population will soon be plus 700...

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    2. ¡¡ Pa' Arriba Sonora !! lol

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  6. There are really just 2 things that are interesting about el Chapo Guzman. His "ability" to disappear from maximum security prisons and remain at large for years at a time. Other than that, Shorty is one evil POS like every other rich narco goon on the planet. There are no heroes in the narco's code, only in our obsession with narco-cultura. One does tire of Chapo portrayed as the people's saviour and protector, Mexico's Robin hood. Like every other one of these HP, not enough of their millions and billions have helped the people of Mexico obtain opportunities for better lives, a Mexico, where children don't starve to death or die from preventable diseases, where they go to schools, can access excellent medical care, live securely with their families and fulfill all of their lives true potential. FREE MEXICO! LEGALIZE.

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    1. Legalize still will not do anything to solve all those socialist communist expectstions, they need to go to school and to save money, how? Well that is their pro lem, they are free, nobody but themselves hold them back...
      Any money legal drug trafficking generates will be stolen, AND WHO HAS THE MONEY TO BUY LEGAL EXPENSIVE DESIGNER'S SHIT?

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    2. 6:49 how are they going to do any good for anybody when they are being persecuted?---all the capos that would do something can barely save some for themselves, the military, poolice and government put a good squeeze on them...
      --the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia is doing all they can...to steal anything even if it is nailed to the floor, and nobody is chasing them...

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    3. El Ingeniero Don Juaquin Guzman El Chapo is said to be an excellent chess player, in case some BB lonely nut wants to pursue the hobby with him...

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  7. Sonora isn't completely cds, you still have remenants of the blo there. Back when the federation was still intact sonora was a beltran leyva plaza.

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    1. Every crime scene has a story to tell, if we do not see a full report on this one, guess what, they may be on to something, like cover up, US vigilantes like to be very busy, and canned lion hunting has been somewhat restricted lately, what better than canned mexican illegal aliens hunting? There are the gangs robbing other mules of their packs but you need to study the crime scene, no report?

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    2. Makes me want to go USA Vigilante Hunting. I'll check with my local cartel on when open season is.

      I wouldn't mind though only and if the Cartel pays per GRINGO head. $5K USD each that's what it cost for me to execute a usa vigilante ...
      No hanging dismemberment or weirdo narco manta shit just straight cranium imploded and the barrel of their rifles up their ass.

      $5K... prospecting for employememnt recruiters comment below.

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    3. 10:23 I lost you at, "canned mexican..." No mames, we all know que no los mataron por mojados, Just another deal gone bad... y si no hay reporte, it doesn't mean that no one tried, it's just that Mexico doesn't have an advanced enough system to allow the public access to certain information...

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    4. 8:34 It doesn' mater. You with the excuses, BLO was created in sinaloa by sinaloans, and the majority are from there. The place is known to be a major breeding ground for big narcos, like those that be running other plazas in other states like sonora.

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    5. BB is being slowly invaded by Mexican neanderthals like 5.30 who blames this on 'gringo vigilantes'and wants to shoot gringos?
      Who wants people like this in any country ?

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    6. It is a well known fact that many of the well off on the US do not like mexicans and all the propaganda they have been eating up lately does not help, some of the brainwashed victims firmly believe they and their weapons can do some "home improvements", who would have thought Timothy Mc Veigh a bemedaled and decorated war hero, bronze star for uncommon valour, would bring his magic to Oklahoma city?
      --or that the federal government would quickly execute him to cover up the connections and ramifications deep into kkk and CI (Christian Identity) extreme right racist neo-nazi cults? See:
      HIGH TIMES Magazine/ "INSIDE THE OKLAHOMA BOMBING CONSPIRACY"
      by Mark Miller (John Doe #2 identified, justice department and FBI refuse to prosecute or arrest or investigate...)
      --well, we are too busy these days, demonizing and persecuting them mexicans and moslem drug trafficking terroristas narcos...feos...

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    7. 6:02 Mexico!!! At least if the murdered get killed on the US side, they will receive some proper crime scene report, the US may even try harder to catch the murderers

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    8. @6:02 AM Answer: ¡LOS GRINGOS! It's good for business.

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    9. Gringo Vigilantes appear anytime there is a chance on TV, on their horses and trucks and their biiig possies, ready to shoot any and all comers with their powerful telescoped weapons, I have yet to see crazy rapper mathaphakas doing that, and the short crazy chapo mexicans are too busy oppressing guys like ice cube in his FRIDAY movies...

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    10. @5:30 OK empty promises.

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    11. Manic Millie is all caught up on this one' vigilante gringos ' makes sense ?

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    12. 6:11 sniper has crawled out of under her rock, cover blown...you too old for boot camp, retire Colonel Frankie Fitts, go Brokeback ranching or sompim'...

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  8. i think the hopelessness in Mexico has caused me to lose my marbles. i was seriously hoping Hurricane Patty would spare the good and wash away the criminals. I've been reduced to wishing for miracles... and hoping for the impossible.

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    1. Juat dijo el Gringo.

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    2. @1033am...there is no such thing as miracles....it takes a revolution, it takes a dictatorship I'm mexico everything and everyone not giving a fuck about each other.

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    3. You shouldn't worry about the sake of a country when you need to worry about yourself. .leave it in God's hands my friend.

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    4. Sorry to burst your bubble but there has not been any change in Mexico & there won't be!!! Its not that I dont believe, there is no hope ,its just reality....I love Mexico & enjoy my time there but to raise a family & be successful there no way...

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    5. But dickie boy still hates on the US ?

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    6. 8:39 God started all this shit, we allowed it...
      --then god's chosen choldrin and the Sanhedrin took upon theirselves to do "as God told them"...in cahoots with the phariseés and the philistines...
      --and we are in deeper trouble than ever, now you want us to leave it in His hands?
      --does God have any excuses left?

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    7. Dick your failures don't speak 4 the millions of Mexicans who live happy n Mexico. Its not all rainbows and unicorns n the USA either.

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    8. Well its not my fault you live in south side Chicago, Detroit, Oakland, or Compton. And the millions that you are talking about it is a hard life in Mexico, Políticos or Narcos make the $$ down south....there is a very small percentage of middle class in Mexico....love or hate it I do work & send $$ down south to my family in Mexico just like the millions of us working our asses off here.....

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    9. @10:33 lost his marbles!!!
      Now we need someone to volunteer his canicas to keep 10:33 playing

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    10. You volunteered

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    11. I agree Dick. Mx has broken my heart. Change will come when apathy is rare and Mexicans are willing to die for the future of their children when taking a stance.

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  9. I agree 10:33. A lot of my amigos Mexicanos in Mexico have actually become Evangelical Christians for this reason ......they feel it is their only hope of raising their families in a somewhat protected setting. To hang with folks with the same fears and goals , keep the kids off drugs and the extended families united.

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    1. Just because one religion does not work, is not an excuse to go to another religion that has never worked either just to keep feeding people the opium dreams...
      --a sun myung moon reverend traveling SouthAmerica with the Reagan Evangelism did very well for "his" communist cult of brainwashing ...

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    2. Well you must then have evolved from a monkey....prius driving, organic food lover, vegan, green peace party, double rainbow lover without offending anyone else.....

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    3. Got it....Dick

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  10. Don't hope for the impossible, and don't wait for miracles, work for the possible, it may be un dollar or un peso, or ten, it is up to you only to decide.

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    1. I'm fairly successful. but life has to be about more than money and getting ahead and/or only worrying about me and mine...i have been hearing it said often however, " to leave it on God's hands"...just so hard to sit by and watch, or worse, bury my head in the sand

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    2. --Anybody proposing that the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia is capable of even good intentions, keep out!!!
      --anybody proposing that religion prayer or God will take that shit on their hands and fix it, keep out too...
      -- you are wasting your time and ours, that is peña nirto's hope, that is why he says ya, olvidenlo, superenlo ya pasó lo pior, los mataron ...los desaparecirron, fue el narco...BULLSHIT...

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  11. Beltranes still run parts of sonora. Along with trini

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    1. WTF, Trini the requinto dude that plays for Tigrillo Palma???Beltranes Graciela Beltran the singers extended family???

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  12. memos vs salaazars???

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  13. i did few internet searches to the effect "is Mexico getting better?" and most the articles were an emphatic "NO!" however, i haven't seen too much gruesome mass killings in along time (happy for that)...it seems the cartels are acting with a lot less impunity? nothing like what the Zetas were doing at the height of their power. am i wrong?

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    1. 3:30 esooo, es todooo! That's all folks, the mexican. Government is hopelessly corrupt
      --Let's send larry hernandez a que les ponga una chinga

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  14. Only 7? LOL Keep eradicating and exterminating all the cow shit. Revive Mexico.

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    1. This will never stop. Have some respect for the dead.Lest you curse yourself.

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  15. Borderland beat se estan olvidando de otros lugares como zacatecas Hai bolvio la guerra entre el CDG vs Ztas CdN y los talibanes se esta poniendo gacha la guerra atte zacatecano de zairo.

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  16. Three more victims have been identified as Jorge Luis Gutiérrez López, 22 year old and José Miguel Villa López, 16, both originally from Caborca, and who worked smuggling narcotics across the border, according to family members.

    Another person was identified as Juan Antonio Peraza Mendoza of Mazatlan, Sinloa, who worked as a guide for migrants.

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  17. The 7'killed were all drug mules not innocent people.

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    1. most mules are innocents dumb ass

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    2. Not these guys everyone in caborca knew who they where and who they worked for a load was lost so they had to pay one way or the other

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  18. Word is that these people were killed because the plaza boss did not get his cut or "piso"(fee) to cross the drugs to the US. It's too bad for the "burreros" (smugglers) since they maybe did not know that it had not been paid.

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    1. The plaza boss is responsible, not just for collecting fees, but also for the crimes that happen on his watch, peña nieto will not take the fall for this, the military zone commander who does not know nothing about anything, much less about this is also responsible, let's hear their explanations...
      --as brozo says, no que muy bravo, papá?

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  19. A chalky brozo ask el bronco rodriguez "no que muy bronco, papá?" Because of his hanging g with $$$money interests and flying in their aigroplanos...
    There is also:
    --His friendship with los zetas, full of all day 24/7 phone love chatz availability...
    --their mutual love interest for horses...
    --el bronco inexplicable wealth and properties...
    --his son's accidental death he blamed on "attacks"...
    --is it true that he is the only man that has beat his friend z42 in a horse race?
    --zedillista son of the narco-salinato, who served as a finger riser when he was a federal congressman approving any and all Sali as plans 100%...
    --el bronco was blind to the PRI corruption for 30 years until they cut him off the blueberry pie, he never had room to criticize the incredible corruption of murderer Alfonso Martinez Dominguez...
    ●●from excelsior comment by David Berumen (facebook) on Héctor de Mauleón report La Cronica Negra de Morelos, where de Mauleón himself is accused of being a propagandist chayotero vendido sell out bought and paid for by the actual governor of the state of morelosmakes you really wonder about el bronco rodriguez...

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