Sunday, January 17, 2016

Veracruz: SSP Chief Detained For Disappearances





Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat


The Attorney General of Veracruz reported that the SSP chief in Tierra Blanca, Marcos Conde Hernández, and Officer Otoniel Cruz Linares, were arrested for their alleged involvement in the disappearances of five youths between the ages of 16 and 27, which occurred on January 11.  Their whereabouts are currently unknown.  With the arrest of the two officers, there are a total of six police officers detained.

The Attorney General of Veracruz reported that a police chief of the Secretariat of Public Safety (SSP) of Veracruz and one of his officers were arrested for their alleged involvement in the “forced disappearance” of five youths in Tierra Blanca, on January 11.

With the arrest of the two officers, there are a total of six officers who are detained for their alleged involvement in the January 11th disappearances of five youths in the municipality of Tierra Blanca, nestled in the center of Veracruz.

In a press release, the Attorney General’s Office of Veracruz reported the arrest of the police chief in Tierra Blanca, Marcos Conde Hernández, and of Officer Otoniel Cruz Linares.

Both were charged for their alleged involvement in the forced disappearances of youths who were detained by state police and whose current whereabouts are still unknown.

The official report states that, based on the strength of evidence presented by the prosecution of ministerial investigations, the lower court judge located in the Judicial District of Cosamaloapan issued the requested arrest warrants.


Upon completion of the court orders, the police chief and his subordinate were detained in a penitentiary in the municipality of Cosamaloapan, where they will be made available to a judge.

Bernardo Benítez Herrera, father of one of the victims, denounced last week that the five youths were arrested by state police when they were filling up their gas tank.  They were last seen there by a neighbor who knew them.

State and federal authorities continue to search for and locate the youths with more than 140 operational and intelligence forces.

A collaboration strategy with the Mexican Army, the Mexican Navy, the Attorney General’s Office (PGR), the federal police, and the Center for Research and National Security (CISEN) has been established.

On Saturday, the PGR announced the start of its investigation into the case, following a complaint received by the Specialized Prosecutor for the Search for Missing Persons.

The Veracruz Prosecutor, Luis Ángel Bravo, reported on Thursday that four policemen were detained for their alleged involvement in the forced disappearances of five youths.

26 comments:

  1. As the daughter of a Chief Of Police I find this totally disgusting especially for a chief of police,they are supposed to set the example for their men and be holier than thou.What an abuse of authority.It makes me want to throw up!How can he live with himself?What if they were his kids?Is $ really that important to you?

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    1. Canadiana, police in Mexico are the worst, I'm no joking when I tell you my parents taught me to distrust police since I was a kid, they said that if I ever got lost anywhere I should never talk to a cop.

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    2. Welcome to mexico. I hear people (usually Americans) say it's just as bad in the states. Where things like this do happen in the US it's rare. The exception to the rule. Where here it's the rule. Scarey no?

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    3. My dear but "too old" canadiana, we have been talking about the mexican police at all levels, the military and private security. Policia Nazional chief enrique francisco galindo ceballos, SSP and AFI founder genaro garcia luna and his whole team and the section against kidnapping that used to do NOTHING BUT KIDNAPPING AND EXTORTION, & murder once in a while
      --this particular case is not an aberration, canadiana, it is only one more example of the mexican way of life imposed on the mexicans by the owners of the plantation, and the gorillas they train and arm to keep the indians down...
      --It also happens in canada and the US, and all over the world, and rarely are there russian communist mobsters there to blame, it is always the brittish, the french, the germans, the spaniards or the americans, I mean usually...
      See:
      Caso fernando martial
      El Retiro Dorado de genaro garcia luna,BB/un vato
      La Hermandad policiaca...
      El equipo de genaro garcia luna
      El expediente secreto de luis cardenas palomino SSP
      El comandante Olvidado: Julian Slim Helu
      Capitan fernando gutierrez barrios DFS
      Miguel Nazar Haro, torturador...
      Welcome to hell, canadiana, say hi to your daddy...

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    4. The criminals in canada are the hells angels, the Asian triads and the punjabi sihks from india. This is global now. Drug trafficking, murder, money laundering, etc. Etc. Police in canada are on their payroll as well.

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    5. I'm sure there are,some of the low level guys but Kidnapping and murder by a cop.They would hang him.Never get away with that shit.It would make the national news. As far as making it to Chief of Police yes there's assholes in every wake of life but you won't get there and make the grade unless you have some pretty high integrity and there's checks and balances everywhere along the way.Lots of human rights here.

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  2. Mexican TV has published Chapo emerging from a street sewear.

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    1. Damn sewer rat, who snitched?

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    2. It's blurry but you could see the riff raff.

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    3. I saw a cartoon in newspaper after Chapo escaped and showed him popping his head out of a sewer in the street.Guess Chapo saw that cartoon too.

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  3. Thank you bb chapo is a laugh

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  4. Here in the US we Honor MLK and Blacks. I am Mexican and I am going to work. But I am thankful I have work.

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  5. You guys have some of the strangest comments today.

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  6. I Have been to Tierra Blanca many times and everybody knows it's a zeta stronghold. All of the people who were kidnapped were from a small town called Playa Vicente like 3 hours away. There have been protests and marches non stop since their disappearance.

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    1. i dont see any this stuff in google.You got proof?

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    2. 2:19 wait for proof, the state of veracruz supresses news, so it may take a while...

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    3. Organ harvesting

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  7. Why are they still searching for the missing? Just fuckign torture the shit out of the scumbag cops until they tell where the bodies are cause they are surely dead. US cops are the biggest pussies in the world but mexican cops sure are hte biggest sumbags.

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  8. It has been confirmed. The police handed the victims over to Los Zetas. http://elpinerodelacuenca.com.mx/epc/index.php/politica/110464-2016-01-18-22-42-20

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    1. Seems to be a common thing with ppl in positions of 'legal'authority there all over.Weren't the 43 also handed over to criminals from the 'so called' police?I wonder how wide spread this partnership is between police and criminals?

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    2. The kidnappers of the 43, connected their arses on cameras and mics to the mexican C4, and nobody knows anything there, no tapes, sound recording, no communications info has been released, you know why? Because the 43 kidnapping was carried out on orders from way up there in peña nieto's government, emilio chuayffet chemor and the general secretario de la defensa 'salvador cienpedos' know everything about it all, but they was just following "orders" from above...

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  9. Matar amarados pa eso se pintan solos ...
    Estos son los zetas.
    De frente ya no pueden y sin ayuda del gobierno se Mira que son culeros.

    Ya no salen al topon

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    1. Los setas ya cumplieron, LOS ELITE ZETAS YA TRABAJAN DESDE LOS PINOS despachando por el cartel de atracomulco, epn y toda su camarilla...

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    2. Exclamó el ardido.

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    3. 12:06 le arde el jundillo que hablen del cartel mas corrupto de mexico, Atracomulco/Los Pinos lleno de "Elite Zetas"

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  10. http://www.unotv.com/noticias/estados/veracruz/detalle/violencia-no-para-veracruz-encuentran-cuerpos-barranca-396653/

    3 bodies found - may be the missing kids?

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