Sunday, November 8, 2015

Shootout In Guerrero: 3 Dead, 6 Wounded



Members of the UPOEG confronted members of Los Villalobos

Photo By: Ezequiel Flores



By: Ezequiel Flores Contreras | Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Polixtepec, Guerrero (Proceso)— At least three dead and six wounded was the end result from a shootout that occurred on November 6 in the mountain community located in the municipality of Leonardo Bravo, an area regarded as the main area of the production of narcotics in Guerrero.

The incident occurred around 13:00 hours on Friday when a group of at least 100 autodefensa members of the Union of People and Organizations of Guerrero (UPOEG) stormed into this small community where an armed group led by the brothers Ángel and Efraín Villalobos operate in.




This happened because a few days ago, Joaquín Romero Ríos, the commissioner of Polixtepec, was ambushed and murdered as he was driving along a dirt road that goes from Puentecillas to Polixtepec.  Residents from the sierra decided to close the road that connects the center region to this stretch of land in order to demand security in the face of the brutal wave of violence that they live through.

According to the version of the commanders of the community police of UPOEG, the group of Villalobos had sown terror in place and threatened the rest of the population to join them or, otherwise, they would kill the authorities and residents of the surrounding communities.

That is why members of the UPOEG stormed into the community where they were received with bullets.  In the fray, three men from the group of Los Villalobos, who were onboard a truck, were killed, while six from the autodefensas were wounded.


The three who died during the shootout
Photo By: Ezequiel Flores

After nearly eight hours of confrontation, members of the UPOEG took control of the location which looks like a ghost town this weekend, among fear and anxiety, because the group of Los Villalobos retreated into the hills.

The people fear that the Los Villalobos will provoke a second armed clash.

The members of the UPOEG raided the Villalobos’ houses where they found evidence of processing poppy to make heroin, which is one of the main activities in the mountains.

So far, no authority has come to the location, and the army, as well as the state police, remain in the village of Filo de Caballos, located 40 minutes from Polixtepec.

For the past four days, the commissioners of the sierra made a call to the authorities of the three levels of government and to the army to be present in the area that has become a no man’s land because of the dispute between armed groups for control and the transfer of narcotics.

The commissioner of the mountain town of Polixtepec, Joaquín Romero Ríos, and his secretary, were ambushed Wednesday night on a dirt road in the municipality of Leonardo Bravo. 

The assassination occurred just meters from a military detachment that keeps the Mexican Army on the stretch of road of Puentecillas-Polixtepec.

Source: Excelsior, Proceso

26 comments:

  1. Why don't you report what is happening in Michoacan
    https://www.facebook.com/policiaestatalfuerzarural/

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    1. Sí, Sí, SÍ, Señor: http://1aplana.mx/noticias/michoacan/fuerzas-federales-y-estatales-permaneceran-en-municipios-de-buenavista-y-tepalcatepec/

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    2. Sí, Sí, Sí, Señor: http://www.animalpolitico.com/2015/11/asesinan-en-michoacan-a-dos-miembros-del-grupo-del-americano/

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  2. How convient the Army was no where to be found before or after the assassination of the Commissioner.

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    1. ..it would appear that the army is part of the problem, not part of the solution...at least in that area.

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    2. They also weren't there to prevent the deaths of these lowlifes...what's your point?

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    3. There seems to be a problem that prevents the inglorious bastards from getting in on "local community problems" between these mariguanos...
      --my point is, what are the chances that Germany the cuntry is as involved in supplying some BMW cars as in supplying there HK forbidden weapons...
      --I's seen a Lotta brand new very well kept Toyota trucks moving the ISIS warriors around in Syria, maybe the desert sand is good for their bodies and maybe they were left behind by the 1st iraq war invaders...
      --and maybe H3 in michoacan stole all their brand new H3 troques outta the ass of El Chayo's white mule...

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  3. How close is this part of Guerro to Iguala and Carrizalillo's mining community? It seems like it's all connected to regular people, el Pueblo, standing up to the alliances of military, police and attorney general's employees with criminals'groups responsible for extortion, ambushes, disappearances, mass graves as well as assassinations and cover ups. Mexico's War On Mexicans... da mucha pena de verdard. No Justice No Peace....

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  4. Finally retribution. NO government help. Pussies ran away when someone fights back . Saludos brave ADS ! If you catch them hang them high.

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  5. Arriba Los Villalobos cabrones"

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    1. Vete ala verga, pendejo....les pusimos una pinche verguisa culero....corrieron ala verga ni por los huaraches volvieron...como una putas salieron corriendo para el monte, solo con gente, amarrada o en emboscadas pueden..Por un guerrero libre de putas lacras....y eso que solo traimos armas viejas pinches carabinas y revolver...sino los volvianos mierda en un rato. Arriba el UPOEG.

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    2. Que no puedes leer 3 Baja's no arriva puro pa bajo.

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    3. Se la pelaron a los communitarios

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  6. Is that a benzo I spy driven by the dead thugs? Sure give away for drug dealers in that area.

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    1. It's actually a bimmer (BMW) a benzo would be a Mercedes Benz sir

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    2. Nah, just an ad from the local BMW dealer, there sure must be a lot of local playboy's with a lot of mexican dollars, en la sierra, fack VW, who needs to make the local German mexican-american VW dealers any richer?

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    3. It's a BMW 5 series

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    4. It's called Photoshop. The original vehicle sitting there was a Ford Pinto.

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  7. For sure those three knew it was coming, just don't know when. Good luck for the rest of Villalobos that ran away.

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  8. 5 dead yesterday in Apatzingan. War heating up in Michoacan between los licea and H3

    https://www.facebook.com/policiaestatalfuerzarural/?fref=nf

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    1. Sure kill 'em all the H3 need to go meet their maker...

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    2. No, No, No, Señor: http://1aplana.mx/noticias/michoacan/descartan-enfrentamiento-y-muertos-en-apatzingan/

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      Con humildá cabrón. ...si,si,si, si siñor y no,no,no, no señor... y mirándose los zapatos, los guaraches, o las patas..(🔖)<----<<< this is an act of the devil, won't go away

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  9. No wonder. 90% of Gro Municipios ..........

    http://m.milenio.com/policia/narcotrafico_en_Guerrero-municipios_de_Guerrero-Guerreros_Unidos-Ardillos-Rojos_0_625137504.html

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  10. Off subject. Guy named Sayeed Mohamed in St. Louise , Missouri. On Facebook. Not Arab, Black guy. Thinks all Races, other then black should have black crimes committed against them. He says even kids of non black race should deserve to die. Saint Louise Post Dispatch. Racist.

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  11. Well, when you want the job done right, you do it yourself. It would appear, that the UPOEG, handled their business!

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