Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Dr. Mireles will remain in prison, after losing motion to dismiss

Lucio R. Borderland Beat Translated by Jlopez republished from El Diario

Note: Attorneys filed the same argument in the case of Doctor Manuel Mireles, as in the successful argument of Cemei Verdia, the coastal (or genuine) autodefensas leader, who was released from prison, after winning the motion to dismiss.

The argument put forth, was that there was not only knowledge of weapons being use by autodefensas groups, but that it was done with the consent of authorities, including Security Chief of Michoacán, Alfredo Castillo.  Furthermore, the argument stresses that many operations by federal forces were organized and conducted with autodefensas.  This was especially true in the sierras.  The rugged, and logistically challenging, federal forces depending on autodefensas to navigate the mountain terrain.  Despite having the exact argument as Verdia’s motion, Mireles’ motion was denied.

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Federal District-- The 5th District Court denied the dismissal of charges against Jose Manuel Mireles, former leader of the Michoacan self defense forces, incarcerated since June 27, 2014.

With this ruling, the activist must continue his trial from the federal prison in Hermosillo, Sonora, charged with violating the Federal Law on Firearms and Explosives when he went in with other self defense forces to take control over the security in the town of La Mira.

"The Motion to Dismiss the ongoing criminal prosecution, brought by the defense on behalf of Jose Manuel Mireles Valverde, is not well founded," reads the judge's ruling.

Ignacio Mendoza, Mireles' defense lawyer, had requested the dismissal of the case based on the argument that the law did not apply to his client.

According to Mendoza, Mireles acted with de facto authority from the Government in carrying out public security functions during a moment of crisis caused by the presence of organized crime groups who were destroying several regions of the state.  

He felt that the ones who should be in prison are the authorities who made pacts with armed civilians, registered their firearms and carried out joint patrols with them.
Castillo and Mireles, This was to be the last the men met,
Castillo excluded Mireles from meetings thereafter

"We all saw that (former federal commissioner for security in Michoacan, Alfredo) Castillo not only negotiated agreements with the self defense forces, but carried out joint patrols with them, registered their restricted use firearms and afterwards gave them official weapons," he charged.    

The former Deputy Prosecutor for the State also announced that he will appeal the judge's ruling.

Governor Silvano Aureoles announced the ruling even before Mireles' lawyer was notified.

"I understand that, once again, the ruling went against what the Mireles defense had asked for," he commented in an interview during the inauguration of the new State Public Defense offices.

The PRD member admitted that the matter of incarcerated self defense (personnel) needed to be reviewed.


"That's another chapter, that when the normalization stage is done, we will have to see what we can do with many [individuals] who are very probably innocent (yet) are in  prison," he stated.

107 comments:

  1. This is really fucked up fuck Castillo!!

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    1. Poppa Smurf turned on him with the quickness. Smurf was in favor of looting etc

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    2. Free Mireles, Stay Strong....best Wishes from Germany

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    3. Yup he Judas(ed) the hell out of mireles. And he made papa his lieutenant and second

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    4. Fucking Papa Smurf.... Threw Mireles to the wolves and ran for a uniform and shiney new guns like a goofy fucking kid under the Christmas tree... What a fucking treacherous bastard.....

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  3. Sons of bitches.

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    1. Y la rata del pitufo güey? Ese tlacuache ke vendio las autodefensas a criminales de por ahi por unos pesos. Ese ke traiciono al gúey del mireles cuando se desplomo la avioneta en la ke viajaba. . . el sanababich eh?

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  4. Not surprised at all. I would be surprised when they let him out of prison, if they ever did. All he was trying to do is to take care of himself, his family and his community... What a shame!!

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    1. I'm sure the United States would have arrested Mireles too. He was his own worst enemy.

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    2. U.S does not have the problems Mexico has when it comes to dtug dealers. U.S. has most users and i'm sure there is all kinds of mafias running around in U.S but they know not to go around like Mexican mafias. YOU DONT HEAR OF COMMUNITIES BEYING TAXED BY DRUG GANGS,OR GANGS TAKING OVER COMMUNITIES WITHOUT HELP FROM GOV. The mafias know ones they act like they do in Mexico they will be taken out by government here. I am sure if that was the case, there would be a few Dr. Mireles and would stick up for themselves. I read an article here in BB how the Sinaloa cartel, the Beltran Leyvas, and Juares catel all lived in a community in Texas but had a truce not to kill each other there,why? they know they wont get away with it like in Mexico .. Real spitt..

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    3. They do take over commuties in the USA but not overtly.

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  5. I understand the reasoning for the need of Autodefensas, but is it really the best solution to counter cartels and/or lack of law enforcement?

    Honestly, seems kind of like.. "The hobbit: Battle of the five armies"

    Is everybody armed & aiming at each other for different believes, causes, reasons etc... Sounds like genocide to me.

    Lets face it, Mexico seems hopeless for the foreseeable future...

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    1. I think it's more like gangs of new york. With papa pitufo in the same role as Leonardo Dicaprio. And the zetas as the plug uglies, CT as dead rabbits

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    2. Zetas aren't in Michoacan

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    3. 10:00 no se la jalotien tanto con sus putas fantasia mamones.
      --El pinchi conejo dice que 'despues', 'podrian' revisar los casos de prisioneros "que probablemente estan presos pero que MUY PROBABLEMENTE ES POR ERROR"
      --UNTIL THINGS GET BACK TO 'NORMAL'
      under conejo el prd, el pri, castillo, peña nieto, etc etc.etc, that will never happen...
      --Also, Dr Mireles was trying to get to el Gordo valencia while he was getting murdered, and the soldiers did not allow Mireles and co to get there to help Valencia on time, he and his wife and children got murdered, according to a BB report.
      --This is the first time I see that Mireles "was trying to conquer 'la mira' mamadas", with weapons and drugs planted by the sicarios del "genio de la niña farah"(baby farah's genius)
      After arresting mireles, el Castillo de kagada also accused the bolivariann bolivar de tepalcatepec of "trying to take over the WHOOOLE CONTINENT" WUUUH, that may kill hugo Chavez all over again...

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    4. You just don't make any sense. Get off that you're smoking . It's bad for your brain listen to your mom.

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    5. @7:44 I understand, I have met the Goddess of hacerse pendeja a few times before, nice to see again...

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    6. @10:09, you make sense because you know your subject matter.

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    7. 10:09AM
      Your criticism of the post @10:00PM is misplaced, you apparently don't know what an analogy is.

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    8. Just remember that that is how new and better countries are born. The need of a revolution is what frees the people from its tyrant and corrupt opressor. The people will stand up and fight for their freedom.

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    9. At one time Mexico had 4 billionaires

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  6. Free the good Doctor so he may continue his work, cleaning out the trash.

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    1. Poor man... He will need to start with the politicians.

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    2. So sad! All he did to help his country!

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  7. That was a low blow his lawyer saying the authorities should have been imprisoned[even though it may be true].Won't get you any favours but I'm sure it's a last resort and nothing to lose there.

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  8. What's up w/ this sorry ass government doing all the good people's DIRTY like always....NO SHAME @ all

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  9. I said it on here before, I'm saying it again: he is free when dead or on death's door. Otherwise, he's a challenge to the status quo.

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    1. He is free when the Pope shows up.

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    2. Hopefully!I wonder if Pope knoes of Dr. Mireles plight?

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  10. No matter what his motives he his guilty of the ultimate crime in any truely corrupt and criminal society. He encouraged the people to arm and stand up to their oppressor's. While a criminal political system will allow, as long as they get a cut, any other crimes against its population they can not allow the people to stand up to local criminals since they might get it into their minds to challenge the ultimate criminals running the country.
    In the US a constitution was adopted, fresh from a revolution against the strongest military on the planet, theat contained the bill of rights, allowing the citizens to arm themselves. The political left has been trying to suspend that right ever since.

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    1. Clients of the NRA PROFIT FROM THAT PERSPECTIVE, A D PROFIT IS ALL THEY CARE ABOUT.
      --legislation to protect weapons sellers who sell illegal weapons illegally to convicted criminals and gangbangers with proven criminal records and the mentally ill or unstable, was stopped, releasing the criminal dealers from any liability, nobody was trying to violate anybody's rights to bear arms...
      --But the NRA and their clients looove to play victims for profit, never for the rights of citizens, or for educating themselves about ethics and the law...
      All the legal weapons in mexico now, have not taught the mexican government or their gorillas any decency or education, they quickly applied 'their resources' to be more emboldened criminals and that the bottom line...

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    2. @10:20, What the hell are you talking about?

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  11. The real crooks in Mexico are running the government and the legal system. Chapo and Dr Mireles are just pawns that get moved around to serve the governments needs. The only hope is for a revolution to happen and it won't.

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    1. Whoa ! 7:48 pm . Chapo is from his own admission a died in the wool criminal . At least he says he sells lots of drugs weather he believes thers anything wrong with it or not . Mireles and all his supporters claim he only tried to defend his community . Big difference !

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    2. They are still pawns of the corrupt government in part of it's soap opera. One playing the super good guy the other playing the super bad guy. But the government writes the script.

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    3. @8:48 I guess you can compare them to Zapata and Pancho Villa. While Zapata was more about helping the poor Villa was more about helping himself and giving it to the government. Zapata played by the rules while Villa was more unconventional... these guys are modern day revolutionaries IMO.

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    4. 7:48 Oh please don't be stupid, is not like BIG NARCS didn't know what they got into or what they were/are doing. You're foolish, that country is getting messed up from both sides.

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  12. Christian Lopez PalafoxJanuary 19, 2016 at 7:37 PM

    I think if Mireles were to say that if they release him and he disappears from Mexico and goes into exile it will be granted. Its not too far fetched because he did apologize to the government

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  13. Mexico is faq'd! Just brutal!

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  14. They fear Mireles, what a shame. He did so much good in the stopping of organized crime.

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  15. Don't get me wrong but I think he's safer in prison.. If he's free he would get kill by EPN.. Pobre hombre..

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  16. That son of a ***** castillo used the auto defensas to wipe out the caballeros templarios and catch la tuta also made cjng stronger , then arrested them for having assault rifles , castillo el que obra mal se le pudre el tamal

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    1. 10:09 el Castillo de kagada arrived after things were pretty much in the bag, commissioned by "el ojete copeton" himself...but the mover and shaker was "el migueladas" aka:
      El Traficante mas Poderoso de Tierra Caliente"...
      Miguel angel gallegos godoy was not going to allow the ct to take it all over just like that, he fought his own guys kike plancarte and el chayo demonizing their own people with his crimes blamed on them and la puta tuta, see how after the 4 big ct are gone, the state continues to be a cesspool of politricks crime and corruption?

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  17. Mireles was hurting the corrupt ones. He crossed the line that government hates. Mireles had no choice but to declare all out war against goverment/cartels and go out swinging. He didnt do that, and got encarcerated. Now, corrupt government want to give a messege to any social rebelds by keeping Mireles suffering in jail.

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  18. Estoy seguro que dandole unos cuantos dolares al juez por abajo de la mesa ya lo uvieran soltado porque asi es como funcciona el systema en Mexico nuestro pais sin berguenza.
    Pero no les regales un viaje para espania porque corren de miedo.

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  19. I think all this chaos is to create an instability so great that at some point in the future the US will take over Mexico and the people will be so tired than they will agree.. one nation from Mexico to Canada

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    1. 'One nation from Mexico to Canada'?

      No sh*t, but which tiendita do you get your cocaine from?

      El Paz.

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  20. A la chingada con tetaz fm Cjng Sinaloas golfos templarios estos Si merecen corridos :tetaz 40 y 42 c entregaron chapo c entrego (3 times) tuta tambien none of those bastards went out guns blazing viva mireles free him free the man !!!

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    1. El chapo como que ya le esta gustando "entregarse" cada vez mas, dicen que se siente bien bonito, ya despues no quieres de otra..
      10:53 try it!!! Y nos platicas, Nosotras seguimos...
      --dicen que no vas a dejar de ser hombre nomas por eso...

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  21. >charged with violating the Federal Law on Firearms and Explosives

    Does this mean they dropped the drug charges?

    Either way, how long is he currently sentenced for?

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    1. The drugs charges will be resurrected when the weapons charges get dropped, next year...
      --then the weapons charges will be resurrected again two years later when the drugs charges get dropped...
      --and then...

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  22. MIRELES VIVE - LA LUCHA SIGUE

    The mexican government is corrupt, so is it`s president - shame on you Nieto

    FREE MIRELES !!!!!!

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  23. So much for the apology, looks like apologies don't get you no where now a days! Castillo, Pitufo, n even Mora eating steak n Mireles locked up eating nothing. So much for friends.

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  24. In a showing of good faith, the cartels should be the ones financing a revolution against the corrupt government. I don't see how Peña Nieto justifies spending millions to look for one man and the missing 43 are an after thought. Every now and then a revolution is healthy, we all know we need one here in the states as well.

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    1. Do you think that if all those drug cartels really cared about that country, it would be in the big mess that it is right now?? They only care about the millions, themselves nobody else. Don't be a moron.

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  25. Free this great man!!

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    1. Good guys don't last, but bad guys dooo

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  26. free mireles! viva la raza!!

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  27. Ok Mexico and Auto Defenses....time to do the right thing....get rid of these judges and politicians. Don't waste time or bullets on the cartels...it doesn't do anything. Track the daily routines of this judge and SHOOT HIM. Track Alfredo Castillo and 20-30 of you shoot him...cant catch or point the finger at everyone. The real problem and the real roaches of Mexico are the politicians. Get rid of them and you START to solve your problems.

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  28. If Sean PennDEJO was a real journalist he would have taken the time to interview or write an article on Dr. Mireles. Meanwhile idiots and uninformed people continue to holler nonsense like free chapo instead.

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    1. Not even the celebrities know about Mireles, thats how interested Kate n Sean were, they rather interview the bad guy hahahaha good guys don't last, but bad guys do!

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    2. Good point!!!

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  29. What a Shame, Hero's are turned into criminals.

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  30. He's more dangerous than chapo in the Mexican streets. People gravitate to him because of what he stands for, therefore he's spends time in prison.
    Attend: el wiggles de Los antranx.

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  31. Fucking pigs, burn it all down and start again

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  32. Autodefensa gots to flip it use the same shit they used on them and fuck it let the revolution start viva mireles!

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  33. Listen guys this week was Dr. Kings birthday. I know it sounds a bit sissy but, historically against a government a passive resistance and civil disobedience is more likely to create change over violence or revolution. Against the cartels the comunitarios did the right thing. Civil disobedience will never work against the cartels. The only way is to kill the bastards. Peaceful marches and organization will get the world attention. Once that happens change will slowly come. You cannot solve violence with more violence. Just look at the Middle East.

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    1. Isn't the middle east a different scenario? Last I remember Iraq was in "peace" at one time because Saddam would kill those who didn't get along. Middle East countries are famous for having countries filled with people who are not united and will kill each other when they get an opportunity.

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    2. Do you really think that those people lived in peace knowing that at any moment big brother could snatch you away?

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    3. So easy to say from where you are. Come to Mexico and practice what you preach. Kiss family goodbye you will only need a one way ticket.

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  34. Mandela, Gandhi, and Dr. King Changed the World with peaceful organizing........

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    1. Nobody was cutting off heads and extorting for a living at those times. Times have changed Hippie.

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    2. Talk is cheap, go to Mexico with "peaceful organizing" against the drug cartels and see how long you live. That is the problem. Much talk NO action. People talk and talk and talk and............. meanwhile Dr. Mireles is still in a prison while everybody "talks" about it.

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  35. So they were not lynching negros and hanging them? Same thing! And if you read what I rote I say that communitarios did the right thing by defending themselves the CT's were the ones cutting off heads

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    1. I think "el migueladas" was the one cutting heads and bringing shit to rain on the land to get the CT out of his way, by blaming them for the problems, it worked for el migueladas...
      --it did not work for the michoacanos as we all know...now

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  36. Off subject but worth mentioning: the woma who was killed in Tepalcatepec the town The Dr. Is from. Article published here a while back about local businesses woman killed. Turns out she had an old man decapitated because he owed her money. The old mans 7 year old grandson witnessed it so they decapitated him as well.

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    1. So it may have been a revenge killing from the old man's family,probably son that took his father and his son.Sicarios watch out you will be looking over your shoulder all of your remaining numbered days!

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  37. Rumor has it that it might have been the AD's. A form of street justice?? One thing to note about that area is that there are a lot of very rich powerful families. You might have an idea how they made their fortunes. They were there before the CT's and they are there now. They are part of the economy. Everyone benefits from the drug money. Unfortunately these families now fund the AD's. A lesser of two evils. AT least now the average folk is not getting taxed by the CT's.

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  38. Bottom line is that Dr. Mireles was the first to initiate a stand against the senseless violence from the drug cartel & crooked police, officials, etc. He did what was needed when no other options were available. He fought back and gave the local communities a fighting chance against the most ruthless pigs on the face of the earth. Sadly, some of those who were with him in the beginning, gave in to the pressure from the government. He is their example to dissuade others from trying to do the same. He had the courage to stand up against the overwhelming odds, even at the end when the government had not taken a single step to arrest any of the cartel he was fighting against. Mexico has now become the most dangerous country on the planet. I salute Dr. Mireles for having the courage to do what no other has ever attempted. If ever a rescue mission is needed, this is it, unlike what happened for El Chappo.

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    1. I agree I wish there were more Dr. Mireles o Pancho Villas, It's said that mexico has become what it is right now a goverment without any consiensa, not for the people but for themself bola de rateros, insolutos, criminales. No se duerman mexicanos porque hasta lo que no tienen se les quitara.

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  39. You said it brother

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  40. If you got Netflix. You really need to watch CARTEL LAND. It says it all

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    1. My husband and I just watched Cartel Land. I think Mireles is a hero and should be freed! Papa Smurf turned on him when his back was turned! He should be helping his old friend. Great documentary by the way. Makes me so glad I live in the U.S.

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  41. What can we do about this? How can we get him free? These are the kinds of questions we should be asking. I'm a internet marketer and maybe creating a marketing campaign online to Hispanics and Mexicans is what we should do to bring awareness to this hero. It's time for change and luckily for us we now have the internet where we can come together and start asking the right questions. Like what can we do as a society to help this man get free

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    1. AMEN! I've been sharing on my social media accounts like crazy we need human beings to be aware of such atrocities to those who are innocent! Let's take a stand together

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    2. Mexico is a corrupt place. If we try to raise money to pay for a better lawyer, the money will end up in the corrupt hands anyways ... corruption is a cancer, and Mexico is doomed, terminally ill.

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    3. Dr. Mireles needs all the help he can get. Dr. Mireles deserves his freedom mo matter what it cost to obtain it. Spreading the news world wide is FREE ! No one person has any excuse not to do that. The eyes of the world watching and demanding his release bring much power.

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  42. Papa Smurf, AKA Judas Iscariot. Not that doc's a saint, but what a brave man fighting a futile war, once the cartels infiltrated Autodefensa.

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  43. From what this man tried to accomplish is brave and in a sense what that country needs. I have traveled to Central America and have seen the poverty level and way of life and it is a shame that people who barely have anything have to fear loosing the little they have or their life at that. The Mexican government is corrupt obviously and need to free this man but the sad part about it is that he will most likely be murdered at the hands of the government or never released.

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  44. Free Mireles!!!

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  45. Like the 2nd amendment here in the US, The Mexican constitution says that the people have the right to keep and bear arms. Corrupt politicians in the 1970s stripped away that right and here we are. No one would argue that you have the right to defend your family; that is an inalienable right that is part of natural law and recognized in the US by the constitution and common law since the Magna Carta. In Mexico you will need to sharpen a toothbrush or something because thats how effective you will be against the criminals that run things there.

    They may have locked up Mireles but ultimately you can't kill an idea. Someday, with the right leadership, Mexico will get both Mierles and their Article 10 right to bear arms back.

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  46. Is there a petition to free dr. Mireles

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  47. I found petition this is bull! They need to release that man after all he did for his country if it wasn't for that man's doing more women would have been raped more men would have been beheaded and killed and there sure would have been a hella lot more drugs going through Mexico

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  48. FREE MIRELES! A Good man who acted in the face of evil is now being punished for spreading good across the land of Mexico. FUCK the Cartels and FUCK the government too!!

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  49. Papa Smurf is the Judas of this story. Whatever he receives should be x7 fold

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  50. Best wishes from Texas's well I was notified that only 14 people have signed the petition to free Mireles please pass on to your friends and family.

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    1. Where to find petition to sign and spread the news to all ?

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  51. Watched the Cartel Land documentary on Norwegian TV yesterday, and i really hope Mireles is free now or will be free soon. I admire him for what he did. When the rulers did't mind the tragedies that were put upon the locals, even the killing of small children, someone had to do something to protect the people from the brutal criminals.

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  52. I cant believe how a man with that much courage willing to sacrifice his life to fight pure evil has been abandoned by everyone. His story needs WORLD WIDE attention to at the very least ensure he is being treated humanely. Somebody needs to do something, ANYTHING. Men with courage and morals like Dr.Mireles are few and far between and his fellow citizens should do WHATEVER it takes to ensure he is released. Is he even allowed food, clothes or visitors ? If you read this papa smurf you are a piece of shit in the eyes of the WORLD now to see on television fatass muchacho. Dr. Mireles, much respect to a real man. You can hold your head high compadre.

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  53. This is a terrible shame by the Mexican Govenment to have put this man in jail. Of course I have seen the documatary on TV here in Canada last night. What else could have been done under the situation in the towns in that part of Mexico. The people were being murdered by devils who had been murdering mothers husbands sons & even babies. Drug Cartels or ISIS the same fate they deserved as there was no Government intervention to help. FREE THIS MAN.
    I am an Elder in The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints and am proud of being a believer in The Lord Jesus Christ & all things that are done in darkness will be brought forth in the light & those who are murderers rapists are without natural affection and wo is there end & there soul who act in this manner. As for the Mexician Government and its leaders or police forces who take money or bribes from killers and thieves are as guilty as the savages that have no feelings and are led by Demon Spiret from darkness from the bottomless pit which awiats them. Drug Dealers & Killers as would be in any Country of the world.

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  54. Free Mireles. Stay strong Doctor. Love and prayers sent your way from Arctic Circle, Canada.

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  55. Free Mireles the corrupt government and cartels are the ones that should be in jail

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