Monday, January 18, 2016

Guerrero: 2000 attendees at the funeral of school director who died in captivity

Lucio R. for Borderland Beat

"No more kidnappings of teachers!! ", shouted Gabriel Perez Mendoza 18 years old, the nephew of a Guerrero principal who died while in captivity. Perez Mendoza broke down in the middle of his emotional speech at his uncle’s funeral.

More than 2000 people attended the funeral on Sunday  for abducted school principal (called directors in Mexico) Joaquin Real Toldeo the principal of  Secundaria Técnica 114 in  Santana del Águila, Guerrero.

Gunman burst into the school last Monday and violently abducted 5 educators including Real Toledo.

Residents and families pooled together and paid the ransom demand, not knowing Real Toledo was dead, reportedly from an asthma attack sometime during his first day of captivity. 

Although his body was badly decomposed when discovered on Saturday, the 4 surviving teachers gave their testimony. 

They report that on the first day of captivity, Real Toledo complained of difficulty breathing, the teachers told their captors that the principal was in trouble and very ill.  “They didn’t care, and watched him die”, said the teachers in their testimony.  The 4 teachers said he died from an asthma attack.


On Friday, Xavier Olea, Guerrero attorney general said that, according to the testimonies of those released, they testified the director became ill from asthma and died.  The attorney general added, that it is not certain if the death was brought on by the long distances of walking the captives were forced to do.  At first reports indicated he had been murdered, but later reports from reliable publications such as Reforma, and Animal Political, said the testimony of the 4 surviving teacher  stated he died from asthma.

The teachers were found in late on Friday after the morning discovery of 21 men from the neighboring town of Arcelia, who had been abducted on their way to a wedding in a convoy of cars. They were released alive.

Authorities say that those responsible are a newly formed group of kidnappers, formed by a former member of a cartel operating in Guerrero.



On January 12, five narco mantas were displayed throughout Acapulco. The banners addressed to various police agencies and groups, stated that the Beltran Leyva group was not responsible for the extortions and kidnappings, however they did say they would be clearing out the people that are culpable. The mantas were signed “Beltran Leyva”.




21 kidnapped from Arcelia

58 comments:

  1. What is the status of gun ownership in Mexico? These people really need a way to protect themselves.

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    1. Dr Mireles is in prison "for 'being armed' and drugs" planted by the government to enhance the length of detention...
      The government's weapons furnished by the Obomination that has become the obama presidency under pressure from the extreme right nazi wing of the extremist right ultra conservative tea party in exchange for alloving him to be the president he always wanted to be during the last 100 years of his presidency, IF HE: --DOES NOT USE HIS PEN TO "LINE ITEM V E T O" THEIR CORPORATE WELFARE QUEENS' BENEFITS...
      --ALLOWS CIA PRIVATE CONTRACTORZZZ TO KEEP DRONING AT PLEASURE, UNDER ANY NAME THEY CHOSE...
      --AND ALLOWS BLACKWATER TO KEEP RAINING HELL, BULLETS, SOLDIERS, SEALS, DELTAS, AND PARAMILITARY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT ON THE HEADS AND HOUSES OF ANY TARGET THEY CARE TO CHOSE, as long as nobody can prove it in daylight...

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    2. Its illegal to own or carry firearms unless you're military or police. Its a federal charge if you get caught with one. Mexico really needs to allow their citizens to arm themselves! Only then will this killing of innocent's stop!

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    3. especially given the fact that the vast majority of their police are corrupt

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    4. 2:44 that is incorrect. Article 10 of the constitution of Mexico is the right of citizens to bear arms, however the type and caliber is restricted without a waiver. And assault rifles are banned and only the armed forces can carry those. There is only 1 gun store in Mexico, and that is the army. Rural citizens are usually given permission to carry and possess weapons not afforded to other citizens.

      the easiest way to acquire legal ownership is to apply for hunting and target use.

      it is legal for Americans to take weapons into Mexico, however you have to apply for permission, hunters are usually those applying for permission. Many Americans hunt in Mexico

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    5. Sounds like Americans have more rights in Mexico then Mexicans have in Mexico when it comes to firearms Lucio. Which is a damn disgrace and ass backwards.

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    6. Thanks Lucio for an awesome answer. Appears to be the wild west there. I really don't see this slowing down unless the people fight back.

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    7. Weapons have not fixed ANYTHING ON THE US, why are you proposing FAILED SOLUTIONS FOR MEXICO?
      WHAT WE SHOULD DO:
      disarm the military and the police, and really punish criminals, plus make every community self policed, federal and state police should just inspect local police, not impose their pinchis "quotas, piso or plaza" payments on everybody. The central government.has been exacting a King's Ransom to the rest of the country for stealing all they want for long many enough years, this time about 100 years since the mexican revolution, paid for by the US...

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    8. 9:56........so I guess you want to accomplish this by asking nicely?? Or rocks and sticks? Because they got guns and sure as hell will use them.

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    9. Everybody in small town mexico carries guns trust me i was jus there, except in my part its secure for the most part an the citizens have shot it out with sicarios ran em out of town,

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    10. Is this a Joke?, we have 34,000 gun "accidents" plus 14,000 murders with fire weapon, totalling 48,000, any better ideas?

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    11. I guess where I am going is how can a Mayor or principal protect themselves in these situations. They can't have 24x7 protection and pulling a knife on armed kidnappers won't work. There is no good solution, but history shows that if you have strict gun laws the bad guys will get guns and the innocent won't. Innocents can't defend themselves like this.

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    12. those numbers are dwarfed by the real killers of america! The 3 c's
      Cars Cancer Cholesterol

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    13. Amen 4:31. You nailed it.

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    14. 4:31 the "3c's" have not been criminalized, there is a lot of business and $$$ involved, and lobbyists that need their resultzz to show for more funding form ALEC patrons, (alex?)

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    15. 4:31
      By bringing up the 3 Cs you commited a red herring, you're illogical.

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    16. 9:56-Agree wholeheartedly with your proposals for Mexico!

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  2. How did he die???

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    1. The article only mention "diffulty to breath", so maybe some sort of astmatic disorder that required medicine?
      It coul`d possible be a silent/atypical heartattack as well.
      Really sad anyway!

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    2. The 4 teachers said he died from an asthma attack.

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  3. Puro Beltran Leyva! 100%

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    1. en ingles, "WANNA BE", no te cuelges...

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    2. You should have some dignity, honor, and pride as a man. Praising criminals because of a PR manta is disgraceful of you.
      Have confidence in your inherent value as a human.
      El Paz.

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    3. A narco manta claims it was not them.http://www.red-noticias.com/?p=70629

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    4. didn't you read the post? it even has the pic of the manta

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    5. Pinchis narcos raskuaches sin categoria y sus pinchis mantas.
      Aprendan del Señor Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto, el escogió al hijo del Presidente de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la nacion, cró que licenciado en Economia, para que investigara a epn por ratero defraudador que vive de mordidas y de estafar al pueblo maxicano, y de dark contractors multimillonario a sus amigos para ROBAR... como si fuera una ROSARIO ROBLES CUALQUIERA, o lo que es pior, una perra callejera....
      Y el siñor Presidente jué jallado INOCENTE, CABRONES, INOCENTE, Y por un "importante inbestigador", no por una pinchi manta pagada por una bola de mañosos raskuachezzz

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    6. You sound so proud. Your comment is similar to saying "Puro naco! 100%"

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  4. Slowly but surely, the Mexican community is coming together. Hopefully they fight against this evil eventually

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    1. too many evils to fight, very discouraging to focus on one evil when another is stabbing you in the back...

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  5. SAD what the bad guys do to Good People Come Mr. Pres. enough is enough

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    1. "Mr, Pres." Is the bad guy, he has been suppressing the real AutoDefensas and promoting murderers and drug traffickers to police positions...
      --Mr. Pres. Is no innocent, he is also a drug trafficker, but that is "classified" by the US and by mexico...

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    2. EPN says it's a state issue....

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    3. Mr. Pres is busy counting dirty money he dont give a fuck fuck that puto

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    4. Mr. Pres. is into "receiving" F's, and not in school precisely but he gives crime doses away...to the mexican people

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    5. Mr. Pres. only gets involved to dignify historic truths about lies regarding 43 or so at a time, and they must only disappear, if the carcasses are found or left there, no federal interverance is needed...

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  6. See! When your federal government is as crooked as Mexico's, crimes like cartel activity & kidnapping are condoned. Mexico will forever be under siege either until a government is installed that will eliminate all criminal organizations or until the United States grows tired of Mexico & invades it in order to shut down the cartels. The latter will likely never happen because the cartels employ a lot of Americans that aren't actually on their payroll. Without the cartels, the US would not need so many law enforcement personnel. That's a lot of jobs amigos. A lot of banks making money off the cartels. Laundering, wire transfers, etc. And the cartels actually pay taxes on their real estate inside the US.

    It's all a crooked scheme. And the sad thing is, everyone knows that nothing will be done about so they don't care who finds out who is crooked.

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    1. For the last 100 years, mexico's "amigo country" the US has been facking mexico and the mexicans in the ass, we do not make "spetznazz" in mexico, but we sure make nopales pa' la walmart and room for chinese meth precursors providers to install their OXXO CHAINS OF LAUNDROMATS and their many many many dragon marts to supply maruchan to los zetas...he he heee...
      --Los chinos le andan llegando a los US por atras... they will force the donal' to make a wall on the border and he will pay for it himself, el matherfacker...no warning...

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  7. Is it true that Chapo Isidro had already been captured? http://www.sdpnoticias.com/nacional/2015/12/05/pgr-captura-a-el-chapo-isidro-presunto-operador-financiero-de-los-beltran-leyva
    It says right here that he was captured more than a month ago but it was hardly ever reported on any website

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    1. Señores no mal informen el Chapo Isidro NO fue capturado,...fue capturado un OPERADOR , por eso ya nadie les cree, ni siquiera redactan bien la fuente, Reforma dice claramente que fue detenido un operador de Fausto Isidro Meza, así de sencillo, aprendan a leer.

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    2. Shit sorry about the misunderstanding there lol I just thought it was odd that his capture wouldn't receive any attention. I guess I missed the part where it said 'operador'

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  8. Can't blame this on American drug consumption.

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    1. US haters will always find a way to blame the US for their nation's internal problems. It comes with the terroritory. It so much easier to blame outsiders than to look within.

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    2. You can blame the american y mexican goverment,with out there consent or green light,there would be less consumption not only in the u.s but in the whole world..

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    3. 10:21. No govt can change your life. That is up to each and every one of us. A positive choice we must make everyday, whether we are in Texas or the Tierra Calientes.
      El Paz.

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    4. This is not a matter of any particular drug trafficker or "addict"...
      --It is all a matter of corrupt and incompetent politicians and their economic wars and genocide on the people, aided by police, military and paramilitary embedded with their dozens of police specialties and sicarios...

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  9. Why not? Since marijuana has been legal in some states in the U.S. the value has declined in Mexico.The scumbags have to find another way to make money.Remember, it is always the Gringos fault.

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    1. 7:30 how much does "legal" cost on the US?
      --That where mexican donkey dung and cow pie come in, fancy is for the "high value pendejos"
      --the expensive licenses and dispensaries and prescriptions are luxuries that no broke ass mariguano is going to pay for, not even the majority of gringo pendejos go for that shet...

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  10. Loz BLO/Z
    No secuestran ni extortionan ?
    That's news to me. The day I read about BLO and Laz ZorraZ fighting each other is the day I believe that BLO doesn't kidnap or extort random people.
    Same goes for Juarez Cartel.

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    1. The 10 year old niños sicarios asesinos were from BLO associated organizations, no??
      --There were some minors with weapons in sinaloa too that died very young, somebody should sue their cartel for abuse of minors

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    2. Ni en tus sueños más húmedos va pasar eso, la tregua y alianza que tienen los Zetas, Beltranes, CDJ es una alianza de sangre.

      Por otra parte también el CDS,CDG y CJNG extorcionan y secuestran. Aquí no vengas a decir que unos no hacen algo y los otros si porque todos los carteles hacen eso.

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    3. Zeta hater , in my part of mexico it was under control with blo/z
      As soon as others entered it turned into a shithole with kidnappings , robbings , and kilings,

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    4. 10:41 AM "somebody should sue their cartel for abuse of minors" -- for real, how does one go about suing a cartel?

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  11. Yaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwn! this is boring!!!!

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  12. Duermete lagañoso

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  13. U.S. renews travel warning to Mexico as killings of Americans climb.

    The U.S. State Department has issued a travel warning to all Americans planning on going to Mexico – renewing an expired travel ban issued in May of last year – as the latest figures show the number of murdered U.S. citizens south of the border has gone up.

    The number of American citizens murdered in Mexico rose from 81 in 2013 to 100 in 2014, according to the U.S. government. Citing threats to safety and security posed by organized criminal groups, the State Department says U.S. citizens have been the victims of violent crimes such as kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery in certain parts of Mexico.

    Mexico ranked No. 9 among the world's top 10 most dangerous countries in 2015, according to the United Nations World Travel Organization.

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  14. How difficult it is to get the permit to carry the 380 caliber is when you need to hire a lawyer to help you with the process here znd wait until most agencies clear your name of any wrong doing.

    God forbid state police, military or simply the organized crime associates find the 380 on you.

    You'll have to pay what the gun is worth, lose it to them or shoot it out with your seven round clip.

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    1. Come On Ey,you need to stay away from california when purchasing magazines... chances are you'll be laughed at if they find a 380 on you...Regular people can't hit a building with a 380 on a warm sunny day... even with a little or a lot of training most people panic when they're at the other end of a burst from anything full auto, they simply shut their eyes, spray and pray...

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