Tuesday, February 2, 2016

VIDEO:Police Flee As Sicarios Carry Out Execution




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat
Update
A video taken by a cell phone shows the complicity on the part of members of the Municipal Police of Escuinapa and the State Preventative Police with a group of armed men who execute a man from the community of Cristo Rey, located in the municipality of Escuinapa, Sinaloa, this past Wednesday.
The video shows how the victim is taken away from his home by at least two individuals and later three shots are heard.
Body of Elías Botello Constantino, dumped off of Mazatlán- Durango Hwy
Just before the homicide, agents belonging to the municipal and state preventative police are shown just outside the home, as they are fleeing the location and getting into their patrol vehicles as the armed sicarios arrive.
Moments later in the video, it is shown how two individuals take a man out of a house, then take him near one of the trucks, while the woman recording the video details what is happening.
The exact moment of the crime isn’t recorded because the phone is aimed across the street, but three gunshots are heard.  Immediately, the video aims back to where the trucks and sicarios are.
It was reported that the police have been arrested and brought before the public prosecutor.   
According to local media, the police chief stated in a news conference that six members, four of them state police, and two municipal police, have been detained and brought before the state attorney general to continue and investigate the case.

Update:
 
The director of Public Safety of Escuinapa, Paúl Ramírez Pineda, stated in a news conference that that six officers, four of them state police, and two municipal police, have been detained and brought before the Attorney General of Sinaloa to investigate the actions of the armed group that was present in the community of Cristo Rey, in Escuinapa.

A video has circulated on social networks that shows how a youth, identified as Elías Botello Constantino, 27, who after being removed from his home by armed gunmen, was found dead on the free toll highway Mazatlán- Durango.


The incident happened on Wednesday but it wasn’t until Saturday that the video was released.



The mayor of Escuinapa, Bonifacio Bustamante, was also at the press conference.

Ramírez said that Elías had a criminal record and that on January 6, he had kidnapped his girlfriend at gunpoint in the valley area of Escuinapa.

Ramírez also stated that on that same day, a family member tried to defend the girl and accused Elías of having shot his leg.

On January 7th, the girl managed to return to her home, but on Wednesday, January 27th, Elías took her again.

Paúl Ramírez stated that the relatives of the kidnapped girl immediately called the police to rescue her, but when the police arrived at Elías’ house, they found an armed group inside the house and the police fled the place as they were calling their base for reinforcements.

The Secretary of Public Security said that the gunmen were in several trucks and outnumbered the police.

“(One of the officers) told me that they didn’t have enough men. I went to the community via the federal highway and when I arrived, there weren’t any trucks.”

Source:  Debate

145 comments:

  1. Cowards I hope they suffer more then the family in this video...

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    1. Would you risk your life for 100 dlls a week??

      Im not defending them but try to get on their shoes.

      This is criminals against criminals. Personally I hate mexican cops but im not going to be so harsh on them as they get paid a shitty wage

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    2. Looks like chapo is losing the drug war, his people are dropping like flies

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    3. AnonymousFebruary 2, 2016 at 12:14 PM

      If you are not gonna do your job as a cop why collect the
      payment? It is very simple, they are the police and if they are no gonna be police then don't put the uniform and don't collect the check.

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    4. 12:14 why take the job if you are not going to perform it to the fullest..you already know the danger and im sure they tell you the salary in advance..also to answer the question would you risk your life for 100 a week...for me it depends on where i am at the time and what the situation is...Maybe not here in America because i have ways to make more..but if i was in mexico or another country maybe i would have to or starve..what i wpuldnt do is kill for 100 a week or any amount for that matter.

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    5. 6:49 +6:56-Amen!

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    6. All cops are egomaniacs to a certain extent but most when approached aggressively or challenged will back down if they feel they can't win. They wait for reinforcements before they move in those situations. That is why unarmed people are beatened or killed at the hands of cops. Mano y Mano against a larger armed group it is almost automatic they would flee. Whether in the US, Mexico or any where else it's all the same shit. Before most you start talking shit I was a cop for over 8 years in New Mexico and Texas. I saw the shit first hand and I fell for the Us versus Them mentality. The thin blue line is real and it is crossed on a daily basis. If you stand up for what is right you are shunned and made to feel like you are freak. Other officers won't back you because you won't go along with illegal crap. I saw and unfortunately I turned a blind eye to targeting, corruption, planting of evidence, racial profiling and illegal searches. If I knew then what I know now I would have definitely gone in a different occupational direction.

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    7. 12:14 Here on Mexico miners make about $100 per week and even less. The work is more dangerous now, and in the future can cause many health issues. In fact that is a pretty normal wage in Mexico. Federal police and others make more than $100 per week. They have free cars to drive and do not have to put in any physical labor. You cannot even compare the jobs of miners and other types of labor with the much easier jobs of police here.

      The police get cars to drive while the other working people cannot afford them and take the bus of drive a piece of garbage. They already take extortion and bribes to augment their income. To take this to higher crimes and permit murder, kidnappings and being involved in the drug business is going too far.

      I know some of these police and they are not the brightest people on the block. I fear the police with their badges and power more than what one would consider a criminal under normal circumstances.

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    8. If you work for me, you will kill for free, more to the point, when you get selected to work for plata o plomo times is over, now you work for plomo or plomo.

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    9. 1:05-so why work?Most must just quit their jobs as officers.In essence they are working for criminals for nothing whereas you and your bosses get all the money.How fair is that?So guess you never have to pay for hits so that explains a lot of the violence.

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    10. "Una familia mexicana vive con 12.00 pesos diarios..."
      Said expert politician epn favorite Rosario Robles, "the pimp enabler".
      She also wrote a book, "con todo el corazon" about her "love" she says "aqui estoy, enamorada..." con millones de pesos en contractos del gobierno federal y estatal, mijo...

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    11. Fuck that they would of been dead to I'm sure American police would of fleed too if they were in that situation knowing no backup is coming or the back up may kill them as they don't know who's corrupt

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    12. Fuck that they would of been dead to I'm sure American police would of fleed too if they were in that situation knowing no backup is coming or the back up may kill them as they don't know who's corrupt

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  2. He who fights and runs away lives to fight another day.

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    1. @8:45 lives to run away another day.

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    2. No digas pendejadas

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    3. Said the cowardly

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    4. EPN must be very proud of his gov. Police are running away but if the civilian population try to defend themselves they end up like the auto defensas and mireles! well at least they didn't kill mireles like they did that arizona rancher from the Oregon stand off.

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    5. A coward dies a thousand deaths, a soldier dies but once.

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    6. 11:41 mejor cobarde que muerto... quien sabe por que lo ejecutaron. It's sinaloa.

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    7. "That Arizona rancher" was not killed in an undercover operation by masked assailants, david koresh had no foot to stand on and defend his "branch davidian" from the pinchis federales that wanted to check on the children he abused and made mothers at a very young age...
      There is no american ranchero that is going to privatize american national parks and reserves to grass cows, grass or ass and get to the oil and gas and fack them at their pleasure...
      --not without paying the powerful politicians that can get them killed, I mean, wait for the devil to get elected again to high office...mister "UNREGULATED MILITIA"

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  3. "Ponche Las llantas" pretty much sums up what kind of options they have there. For you guys who don't think guns for self-defense is needed, I want you to watch this video and think about your position on the topic.

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  4. Been there seen that in Juarez when Chapo stared the war! That and hitmen killing kids that where traveling with parents! But the cops and Chapo never hurt innocents they say. BS

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    1. Wow no matter what chapo chapo damn go buy one of his shirts already

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    2. 9:35 blame "chapo, chapo" all you want, we know who the devil is, and it is a priista behind epn and other priistas, they also deal drugs by the airplane, not by the tunnel, and the federal government pays their sicarios that work as military and police officers all day.

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  5. A coward dies a thousand deaths, a soldier dies but 1ce! 8:45 Is bad at his job, I guarrantee it. I mean if he had a job. it's tge police job to protect. there is no excuse for them running because they have guns too.

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  6. He who runs like this and calls himself a cop should be shot and hang in public by the police department that they represent to get some credibility back

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    1. In mexico is not like the USA, I suggest you travel a bit...the police is under paid, lack proper equipment, they have the following defects against them...corruption!!! Plata or plomo...not them but the families, remember the soldier that killed or participated when they el botas blancas, don arturo beltran leyva? ?the tracked the family down and guess what happened??? So don't judged them ,I had a family member who was a cop in mexico so is not always peaches and cream, is more plata or plomo..

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    2. Narcos rule Mexico. Thats the bottom line. Just the way it is. Sad but true.

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    3. 5:31 in the video you can see clearly that the poolice are we equipped, even the face masks are carefully worn...
      --on the other hand, I do not blame the poolice officers running away to let the murderers do their dirty deeds, they are following orders, blame the poolice chief the state poolice commander, and the commander in chief of the militarized poolice, mando unico and policia nazional, enrique peña nieto....

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  7. The dude they took and eventually killed had kidnapped a girl twice before and shot the guy who was defending her. This guy was no saint!

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    1. Oh yeah who was it? And who do you get your Intel from

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    2. @ 10:22 a.m. Details, please!

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    3. how do you know this info? I ask?

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    4. Please, include sources with your comments. I dont mean what you heard from joe, that heard it from paul. You HAD to know this vauge ass comment was going to be questioned.
      Munke

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    5. Don't reply it's federal agents asking they can't do their own homework....

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    6. say it brother (10:08) I could not agree more

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    7. 10:22 At least waterboard the perp before murdering his ass, don't just demonize the murdered, just show him the chicharra before sticking it up his ass, and he will confess..."10:22 fackiu"

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    8. 11:07 federal agents????really!!!!????

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    9. 2:30 sarcasm...Although a few individuals around here would take that comment and run...

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  8. On the running like chapo jajaj iam surprise they didn't stumble and shoot them selves jajaja stupid idiots jajajaja

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  9. They had something to do with the murder, cowards just like chapo

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    1. So chapo is still in your mind and dreams

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  10. This just goes to show who is in charge in Mexico.

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    1. I don't think so...in mexico the narcos don't play around, they have better weapons and money to corrupt anybody...a good cop is a dead cop in mexico...usually they give you 2 options, plata o plomo....I knew some cop in nuevo laredo, my cousin to be exact, he tried to be a good cop, but when they send pictures of your little kids in school and pictures of you playing with your family, makes you think....so don't judged until you are on that situation...

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    2. Maybe time to quit the force then.You could get the lead anyway from a rival so even if you take the silver could still end up dead and yeah they say they have a family to support well if you are dead how do you help your family and if you still have any left.Cudos to this person for being brave with this video.I hope they stay safe.If more ppl would come forward like this they wouldn't be able to get away with so much corruption.Need more neighbourhood watches like this.Where is Citizens on Patrol?We have them in our neighbourhood.They are the police extra eyes and ears.Boy the narcos would hate living here.We have low crime rate.It's more for teenage vandalism.Neighbours UNITE and look out for 1 another!You would be surprised the crime you can prevent.

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    3. Don't become a cop, if they are going to scare you, stay away, even better, do not have family around when you put your ass on the line, move them away, grow up.

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  11. The courage in these women is amazing. The victim too. I'm guessing he went willingly to spare his family. Also guessing they were in the life.

    What did the ladies say in the beginning about sicarios?

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    1. Sge kept telling another one to bring the knife and pop their tires so they wint be able to flee but the other lady never did so when she saw them taking the guy she said i told you to pop their tires you see i told you. And when shes yelling at the cops running she told them evrything from running with their tails between their legs to bunch of cowards

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  12. Lamentablemente, esta mujer ahora tiene más que temer de pollo de mierda policía que de los sicarios.

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  13. Even the police are scared of shootouts in sinaloa.In tamaulipas todos le entran al topon narcos federales verdes civiles lavacarros taqueros even yo momma gets it in.

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    1. jajajajajajaja lo mismo en tj.. asta los polleros le entran a los putasos..

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    2. You need to stop watching to much tv little kid you live in the usa so stop fronting fool!

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    3. It had to be a hater from Tamaulipas or Michoacan jajajaja i dont know why they hate Sinaloa so much jajajaja

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    4. Los "Michoacanos" CJNG y los "Tamaulipecos" CDG se la tiran de muy machitos pero con el gobierno salen todos cagados.

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    5. Yeah, Tamaulipas people definitely are a different breed..

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    6. hey pendejo at 3:00 where you see Michoacán at. one clearly said he was from tijuana and the other from tamaulipas, te digo que son bien pendejos los chinolas lol

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    7. They hate us cuz they ain't us!

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    8. Lol the sinaloa hate is real at all times. Retrasados mentales

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    9. only a dummy would envy some one from sinaloa. only thing they have going for them is drug dealing or singing about drug dealers. They have no brains. and their careers end up short because they kill each other because of envy. Just lookat chapo's brothers killing each other or chapo and his long time friends that grew up together in the same house killing each other. The hate is real but chinolas are the biggest hatters, they even hate each other.


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    10. I mean I never see as much killings in sinaloa as I do in michoacan or tamaulipas or other states so the hate is real aprendan a chambiar plebes

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  14. @8:45...Except the cops weren't "fighting."

    Cops that run away, are on the take I say.

    Con dinero baila el perro!

    Atte: PansaVerde

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  15. The one who got killed is named elias constantino he recently kidnapped to force marry a young girl in the procces he killed her uncle, the family of the kidnapped girl owns a chile and mellon farm they got armed vigilante style and killed this scumbag don't feel sorry for him you can research it yourself its not narco related he screwed with the wrong family if I was a cop I too would let this scumbag get his

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    1. Thanks for this explanation for the other side of the story on this. But police still shouldn't be running away and families shouldn't have to go vigilante.

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    2. why not share the link since you know the real story...

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    3. Yeah read some parts in other places about that he kidnapped the girl twice at gunpoint this last time the police where there because the girls family called to come rescue her but if its rouf justice no sadness or pitty from me sonetimes you gotta take justice in your own hands o and that he shot one of the girls relatives in the leg maybe that the one he killed?

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    4. 11:49, thanks for the clarification. my family in that area always says, "No one gets killed for nothing" Shit does happen but the majority of the time things are not random.

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    5. @11:49: Awesome Post. I think I believe you. But why were the cops there in the first place? Were they going to arrest the kidnapper? And “force marrying”? Is that something that happens in Mexico? Or did the kidnapper figure he could get away with it because he was a cartel member, or the member of some local gang?
      Fascinating story. Shows how things are not always as they seem.

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    6. 3:58 ignorant cowards... stupid as f! until they kill someone you love only then is when you cowards would stop saying that. over 60 thousand people have died not all of them deserved to die but by the logic of your family all of them got what they deserved. Mexico has no chance too many ignorant cowardly men

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    7. Good old fashion street Justice. Judge, jury and executioner.

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  16. No truck pulls up it was already there paying off those police men plata o plomo they hot paid and took off leaving the dope dealer of that barrio to deal with the consequences..

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  17. El Chichi jefe de Zs En Veracruz arrested...

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  18. The person who got killed was just out of prison and he forced a girl to be with him and shot her in the leg y era un secuestrador sooo who gives a fuck if they killed him

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  19. 8:45 He who is as wise as stupid is just stupid.
    --4 state police and 2 municipal police, no federal police around?
    It still says who is the criminals, shit rolling down hill.
    --it should be 1 or 2 state in charge of 6 municipals, just to watch each other's backs if they have to be involved on the street, and federal and state inspectors only, not doing foot work of kidnapping, extorting, robbing, shaking down, and murdering by themselves on the street, risking an encounter with the ministeriales, soldiers, marinas, mando unico, policia Nazional, afis, sspe, sspf, or pgr, guardias presidenciales, porros, guardias blancas, or foreign assassins of blackwater carrying out their own state sponsored terrorism operations? mmmh?
    --now they have to catch the person that recorded their run and "take care" of her and her family, nothing personal...just business...

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  20. Education is the only thing to keep people out of this Telenovela mess they get themselves into.

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    1. Yes and no. There's handfulls of juniors in Sinaloa with degrees who use their degrees as fronts and continue to be involved in the family business... maybe that's why you dont see as much of the violence in sinaloa as you do in places like, tijuana, tamaulipas, michoacan and Guerrero.

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    2. What do you mean education?
      --We have ministers educated in harvard, yale, stanford, the UNAM, West Point, la universidad complutense, la sorbonna, and the likes ruining things in mexico while preaching to be doing it for the well being of the mexicans...even epn is a licenciado and osorio chong bought his licensiado title too, what do you mean education?
      --They don't even know "TOX POPULI TOX DEI" as a concept

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  21. It could be sicarios dressed as police. You never know...

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  22. EXTACLTY that guy se creia muy fregon hurting innocent people.. Iam sure the girls family and her brother also yelled and screamed when he kidnapped, raped the girl and shoot her brother. He also killed a person my running them over while he was all high.

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  23. did you take the video down?
    i dont see it.

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    1. Ok. I am breaking the rules, but I want all to see it.
      THE VIDEO IS NOW UP.

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    2. Nope it's still not working as of 5:20pm pacific time

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    3. Sorry video is up as of 524pm pacific time

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    4. Why are you holding on to the video?
      --do you think you are Richard Nixxon or sompim'?
      We old enough to handle the truth, let the mamones who are under age stay away with mommy.

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    5. No one is holding any video. As I said above and as 6:24 confirmed the video is up and working fine. Have someone show you how to click on the little arrow to make it start.

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    6. Ok, good for you, dd, while we don't want to turn into the bordello of blood, we are thankful for anything that exhibit the mexican government corruption at any level...

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  24. I feel very sorry for the citizens of Mexico. The policia will not even come to their aid. They will not even help protect & defend the citizens. This is basically treason. I know Mexico has a huge problem with corruption at all levels of their government, but this video details the horrors the Mexican people face on a daily basis that most of us only read about.

    This furthers the proof that Mexico is on the verge of being docked a "failed state". This proves even more that Mexico is not controlled by its government, but controlled by the Cartels and corrupt government officials. The "43" should have been an eye opener to the rest of the world that Mexico needs help. And I don't mean in the form of monetary aid that only goes to the pockets of corruption. But in the sense of military & law enforcement that will clean up the violence of this beautiful country.

    I hope that one day, Borderland Beat will be extinct only because the rest of the world stood up with people of Mexico and defeated the Cartels.

    the United States is always rushing off to the Middle East to defend other country's people, but they don't even blink at the idea to come to the help of Mexico.

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    1. Fuck8ng sickening isn't it? It's too bad the US wasn't #1 trading partners with Iraq before 2003, you think Mexico has no regard for human life, the US is #1 in that category

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    2. You would have preferred it if the police turned back and protected a known kidnapper and murderer? How would you feel if that was your daughter being kidnapped and forced to marry?

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    3. Don't be a fool 11:40. You are buying into the story the mayor gave to justify the police running like cowards. We do not know what if any part of the story is true, and each person deserves his day in court. Anyone with knowledge of how things work in Mexico would question anything a mayor and security director says after a big fuck up.
      I want to see my Mexico have a law and order society, one with integrity within the police and judicial systems. and that means everyone has the right to a fair trial, not a trial and execution in the streets by armed thugs.

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    4. I have been following BB for 5 years, nothing changes, except this guy will be killed, that guy takes his place, then he will be arrested, another guy there to take his place. Cartels become "the biggest" "The most powerful" same with Capos, and then they fall, only to have a dozen ready to fill vacancies.

      one thing always sticks in my mind. chivis said-actually she has noted this more than a few times- that until Mexicans look at the man in the mirror, and hold that person accountable, and pull that person out of apathy, and be willing to die in the quest to create a nation that is secure, and just, until then, narcos will do what narcos do, and corruption will thrive, and 2% of the population will be allowed to control and hold hostage the other 98.
      After 5 years, and 6 years living in Mexico, I get that lesson and agree 100%.

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    5. Seriously, another Mexican revolution is long overdue. Por un Mexico Libre, Viva La Revolucion!

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    6. Google "Bedelyn Esther Orozco Gomez". She was 14 years old and burned alive by a jeering and cheering crowed of adults in a public street in Guatemala all because she was erroneously confused as a sicaria. My heart was broken when I watched the video. There are two videos but the second one is hard to find and it shows a group of policemen standing around doing nothing as the poor girl is set ablaze for a third time. I only communicate this to show that some things that happen in Mexico is tame in comparison to what happens daily around the world we just don't here about it because there is no "glamorous" side component to it and accompanying blog to expose it.

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    7. 12:04-Mexicans never fought World War 1 or 2 so they don't know that freedom needs to be fought for which has been instilled in us by our veterns.Just a theory though.

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    8. Canadiana, Mexico sent troops to fight in WW2 alongside U.S. troops. Heck, Mexicans even fought in the U.S. civil war albeit not as Mexican gov troops but as individuals and they fought on both sides! Furthermore, they had there own internal fights (against the French) for freedom. Sorry, but I didn't expect a comment like that from you.

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    9. Canadiana, mexicans did fight in WW2.

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    10. 5:16 +12:22...Sorry thanks for setting me straight on that 1.I really didn't have any inkling that Mexicans fought in WW2.I knew it was US,Canada and all of Europe.Did they go under US banner or actually Mexico as a country?

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    11. Mexicans fought, many did great heroic deeds, but most of them came back home to their 3rd class position in opportunity and social standing...

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    12. Canadiana, not sure but I think they fought under the Mexican flag. Mexico and Brazil seem to be forgotten allies of WW2.

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    13. Is there any memorials in Mexico for the 1's that did fight in WW2?Do Mexicans celebrate Remembrance Day for the war veterans?We celebrate it Nov.11.I don't know if US celebrates it-would it be Memorial Day weekend in May?

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    14. Canadiana. Mexico sent a military force to fight against the Axis powers alongside U.S. military forces in World War II. It was the first time that Mexico sent combat personnel abroad. They had declared war against the Axis powers in May 1942 after German U-boats torpedoed 2 Mexican fuel tankers. they organized a force of 300 pilots and aircraft and were in combat and bombing missions in the Philippines. And performed well.
      There may have been other Mexicans who on their own joined a joint Canadian, US, and Mexico force that also fought in the war, but they were not official soldiers of the Mexican government.
      Mexico's biggest contribution in the war may have been in leading an effort to convince other Latin nations in Central and South America to break diplomatic and economic ties to the Axis powers. A very good read is http://www.historynet.com/world-war-ii-mexican-air-force-helped-liberate-the-philippines.htm

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    15. Thanks for that.Didn't know that history and that they liberated Philipines.A lot of the Nazi's ended up in Latin America taking refuge.

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    16. One of my favorite bars in Zacatecas capital city was named after "ESCUADRON 201" En la zona (roja) de tolerancia

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    17. 2.21
      Who in their right mind would get involved in Mexico?Basic truth,why?Every day we see the antagonism and hostility,the US right now is castigated for apparently helping to catch the Chapos,Barbies,Z40 etc.The US is damned if it does damned if it doesnt.Can you imagine the uproar if innocent people were harmed in joint operations,allegations,race issues,arms issues,drugs,politics,on and on,no way,stay well away.Mexico wouldnt thank the US for nothing,the way to avoid issues is to stay out.Even writing things like this you are hated,besides which,Mexico ask the US for help?Someone wondering on the US going to other countries,ever wonder that the US is considering Mexican welfare by not going in?They crash in everywhere else with no problem,no,stay out.
      There is no love from the other side,never mind politics?

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  25. its all about who has the bigger gun or just a gun in general. There no getting around the fact that the innocent cant protect themselves and the criminals are running amuck with all the guns they could desire.

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  26. Asi Es en el rancho. I bet the police were warned about whats gonna happen and hurried to get the hell away from this area.

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  27. Police Flee As Sicarios Carry Out Execution!!! How do you know they flee? They could be working for the criminals.

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  28. Nosotros los soldados no corremos no como estos puercos municipales y federales.

    - El soldado tira leche

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    1. De un soldado a otro saludos compa. - El Soldado Perdido

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    2. @4:47 @6:55, Until you get to select your officers, and unite to get better deal and better treatment as soldiers without extorting the mexican government, you as soldiers are not much more than a piece of crap...

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  29. Super lechosos avenida 43 y compton.

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  30. La barredora arremanga a cualquir hora

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  31. Estos batos como le tienen embidia a sinaloa como dice la raza pa la mafia sinaloa michocanos se quedan con sus autodefensas y donde andan los secuestradores de los z mugrosos sinaloa rifa

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    1. Aprende a escribir palabras antes de que trates de insultar menso.
      - Puro Michoacán

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    2. No mames 651.... Este vato no habla por Sinaloenses .. Saludos a los michoacanos que trabajan MaZisos... Y arriba Culiacan!

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    3. A los "MaZizos" de michoacan los aguangaron la familia michoacana, el chango vargas, los CT, LA PUTA TUTA, el chayo y hasta el tio plancarte, saileron corriendo "destapados" como polesias, hasta el maruchan y los guaraches se les olvidaron.

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  32. According to Terra.com the 6 cops are from Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado (PGJE) Lucio Javier Armenta Apodaca, José Carlos Medina, Francisco López and Héctor Camacho and the Municipales are Enrique Aguilar and Gilberto Toledo.

    The victim is 27 year old Elías Constantino Botello.

    Police trucks # 2201 and 2484.

    It is sad to see those things, but it is very well known that Municipales and State Police work for organized crime.

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    1. Absolutely Tex. That is why everyone needs to chill and take what the mayor and police say with a grain of salt. Mayors, municipal government and police, all are in bed with narcos.

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  33. It will be nice to know why he was killed. He was probably a criminal himself.

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  34. The "victim" lmfao. Cartel killing Cartel, bro.

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  35. He kidnapped a girl
    And killed the girls uncle.

    So........
    Ojo por ojo

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  36. Sad to hear the women screaming and crying, it happens everyday obviously but to hear the cries of the family makes it feel closer to home. Can't imagine my my sister who is my best friend having to see that

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  37. I wonder if his girlfriend's family went after the guy. If it is true that he kidnapped her not once but twice and shot one of her family members in the leg, then he sounds like someone that a lot of families would go after. Especially if there are gangsters in the family. (Of course the authorities could also be using their typical "put the victim on trial" strategy to take the heat off of them). Either way, this is a terrible video. Sheer despair.

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  38. POLICE RUNS,CHAPO RUNS so where's all the bravado that sinaloans boasts, i will recommend a good pair of american running tennis shoes instead of the Italians brand that you all so crazy about... lol

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  39. The dead only know one thing...its better to be alive.

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    1. We live in a crazy world and only the dead will see the end of war.

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  40. If anyone kidnapped my daughter and shot/killed my brother who was trying to protect her and forced my daughter to marry, you better believe someone is getting a bullet to the brain. Any dad would do the same.

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    1. Yea ask the mofo that tried messing with my family...i forgot where i burried his as tho

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  41. So the guy had it coming, oh well, looks like the cops did the right thing after all.

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  42. Some true gangsters die in the line of fire with "Ak On their hands" and don't run and get their respect some choose to run and get shit all over themselves, and mayo chooses to snitch and betray his way to the top

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    1. Divide and Conquer, the mexican narcos got divided, and conquered, guess who owns most of the drug trafficking in mexico now? Peña nieto and his atracomulco cartel de los pinos, that's who, wake up...

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    2. 6:36-They are not criminals because they are thoughtful of others and gracious.When shit hits the fan for them they aren't thinking of others only themselves so survival instinct kicks in so get out of dreamland thinking of the ideal criminal.There is no honour.That's for the lawabiding citizen.

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  43. These bastards are called the "blacks" by the communities in the state of Tamaulipas due to the color of the uniforms. They are in charge of locating and delivering the human "merchandise" as you saw in the video. They deliver, rival cartel members, immigrants trying to cross to the USA and working class people for ransom. They are the eyes, the ears and the kidnappers for politicians and cartel members. Welcome to Mexico aka the "Wild West" where someone is killed every 30 minutes and the law is the main villain.

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  44. The snitchaloa defenders are trolling every post on bb, as soon as someone says something negative about cds they come to the rescue. It's pretty hilarious!!

    But when bb post an article with facts that they're snitching or anything that exposes what they really are, all of a sudden they got nothing to say.

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  45. It used to be common in Mexico to steal your bride away from her family...its a cultural thing and nothing in this article says the girl herself wasn't a willing participant. and he wanted to marry to her, not just bone. its romantic!

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  46. ok think about it this way. This person sells drugs for cartel. This person then steals from them. This person gets kidnapped and family calls police to save this cartel member from other cartel member. Would you give your life for a cartel member?

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  47. everything that is wrong with Mexico is in this video.

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  48. I'm not defending their actions , but it's hard to be a cop in Mexico, I understand that they knew the risk when they signed up, and they enjoy the fruits of the labor( bribes / perks /drugs/etc) but when they make shitty money, and it's usually criminals against criminals they don't give a crap.. I bet they were paid off by the gangsters to leave .. My point is, I knew a Mexican cop In my dads hometown, zacapu , michoacan. He one day caught a filthy old scumbag raping a 12 year old girl who was his neighbors daughter , he managed to record the crime and make the arrest, two weeks after the arrest the scumbags' "friends" (possible cartel peeps) came and offered him a bribe of $50,000 USD to drop charges and claim the arrest was bogus, he consulted with my father and told him what they had done, and the offer they made. Although my dad knew it was a good amount of cash ( scumbag owned a lot of property's and land he had money) he simply told the cop/friend to go with his heart.. The cop/JUDICIAL made the right choice and turned down the bribe, two nights later he was gunned down, by two men in front of his house in front of his wife and daughter people speculate the bribe was paid to the same police dept. and they themselves killed him..I'm not 100% but I'm almost sure these cops in this video already knew about the victims past, and didn't get the "memo" about where NOT to be at this certain time.. . True story..
    -Pocho Michoacan O

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  49. 27-year-old Elias Constantino tenía antecedentes penales, de acuerdo con la Procuraduría General de Justicia estatal.

    En el espacio de José Cárdenas se indicó que ese joven se había robado a una joven a punta de pistola, en la comunidad de Cristo Rey en el municipio de Escuinapa en la zona sur de Sinaloa, límites con Nayarit.

    Se dice que la joven se le escapó, pero él regreso por ella y se dio un enfrentamiento verbal primero, luego sacaron las armas, y se le llamó a la policía, que llegó de inmediato a bordo de unas patrullas pero alguien les dijo que se retirarán, de acuerdo al testimonio de algunos vecinos.
    http://www.radioformula.com.mx/notas.asp?Idn=567137&idFC=2016

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  50. That girls was so brave! She took a knife to pop the kidnappers tires. Imagine doing that to men who have weapons. Mexico needs the right to bare arms.

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