Friday, March 25, 2016

Morelos: 3 Missing Youths Found Dead; Lady Found Decapitated




Javier Mencia Molina, Erick Mauro Sánchez Mencia and Jorge Amaro Mendoza



By: Jaime Luis Brito | Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

The bodies of three youths with tied hands were found in a Yautepec river in a place known as El Rocío.  According to preliminary versions, it consists of three youths from Atlihuayán who have been missing since last Saturday and whose family had organized a demonstration this past Wednesday.

Even though some officials have warned that the youths drowned, no one has explained the ropes that were tied to their hands and presumably to the waist on the bodies.

According to the authorities, the bodies showed signs of having been in the river for 72 hours or more.  According to the images, the bodies had tied hands and their waists were tied to rocks in order to prevent them from coming to the surface, as well as exhibiting swelling.

The disappeared were Javier Mencia Molina, 22; Mauro Sánchez Mencia, 21; and Jorge Amaro Mendoza, 23, residents of the neighborhood Emiliano Zapata, in the town of Atlihuayán, located in the municipality of Yautepec, from where they left last Saturday to go fishing in the place known as Barranca Honda and never returned home.

The day before, Telésforo Mencia Reynoso, father of one of the youths, said that, during a round carried out along the roads and trails in the area, the manager of a bar called El Jaripeo, told him that the youths had been picked up by armed men, and that they had given him the backpack of one of the youths.

The last time they were seen was on Saturday around 17:30, when they passed in front of that bar.

“There’s a lot of crime in Yautepec, they went fishing in the town of Ticumán, but it turns out they never returned.  They left at 1:30 from Yautepec, heading towards Ticumán, but they never returned,” he said.

“The last clue we have is from El Jaripeo, where the owner gave my son’s (Javier Mencia Molina) backpack; it’s the last clue we have.  But from there, they want to lie to us, that’s his word, that he saw them take a route to Yautepec.  But that is a lie, that’s where the problem is, that’s the last clue and that’s where we want them to look,” he said.

Woman Found Beheaded


On Thursday night, the dismembered and beheaded body of a woman was found by residents of San Antón, located just five minutes from the historic center of Cuernavaca.  The remains were found in an orange trashcan, inside a black plastic bag.  The residents were preparing to participate in the religious celebrations of Holy Week when they discovered the body a few meters from the entrance of the parish of San Antón.

The authorities showed up to remove the body and to take evidence that could point to the identification and possible motive for the murder.  The head was not located.  However, when the authorities transported the body, and were preparing to carry out the autopsy, they found that it was a woman, but have not identified the body or age.

So far this year, two women have been killed with the same brutality.  Two week ago, the body of a woman was discovered in an irrigation canal in the town of Atlacholoaya, in the municipality of Xochitepec, located in the south of the state.  The body was completely naked, just as the body found Thursday in San Antón.  Furthermore, the body had severed a severed head and hands.

Source: Proceso

48 comments:

  1. Chapos people are the only ones that kill inocents

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    1. Chapo will rot in prison, he snitched and killed inocent people

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    2. Chapo's people are not in morelos, but governor Graco Ramirez, a believer and follower of fascista falangista Francisco Franco, the Spanish dictator, like javier duarte de ochoa and angel aguirre rivero has his state poolice doing these crimes for him and rival gangs doing it for each other.

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  2. Holy shit-You take your life in your hands just to go fishing!Wrong place at the wrong time.Why would these armed men do this to these boys while they were in the area?To steal their fish or just for fun?I don't get it!

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  3. ... This Is Pretty Bad Valor ... Have You Been Following The Acapulco News For The Past Week? ... Something Like 31 Dead In 7 Days ... Is Someone At BB Is Working On An Article About It? ... Gracias Valor

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  4. Coincidentaly, this "proves" the need for the specially trained Policia Nazional to be the mando unico, they are the ones with el ejercito murdering the people, they do not have money to hire prostitutes so they get what they need for free...

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    1. ... No Way, Mando Unico Was A Stupid Idea From Enrique Pendejo Nieto That Was Shot Down By Others ... If The Current Security Forces Are Not Trusted By People, Why Would The People Of Mexico Trust The Same Security Forces That Are Just Wearing Another Uniform & Mask Who Think Their Untouchable? ...

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    2. 9:30 Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos is trying to impose his police all over Morelos state, there is not a lot of money to pay these specialistas, they will have to make their own check from kidnappings and extortion, as usual...

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  5. People in Mexico (or any country), should really really be aware of what their kids are doing and or who they hang out with. If this means spying them secretely and or even not letting them do all of what they want then so be it. I have heard of plenty of stories where teenagers in cd Juarez for example have begun to sell drugs to make a quick extra buck without neccesarily joining a cartel however depending on where they sell their products some drug gangs do not forgive and do not think twice about killing the competition regardless of who they are or their age and events like this happen! Even if these kids were not involved in drugs everything I said should still be taken into consideration so that history does not repeat itself.

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  6. Mexico is heaven for a serial killer. Just a Wild, Wild West with no respect of person.

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    1. 10:21 it's nothing to what happens in Brazil or African countries. In the USA last year a teenage girl was set on fire while she was still alive.

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    2. Mexico sicarios are more brutal than Brazilian gangsters or Africans

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    3. Mexico sicario are cowards
      Killing children
      Sicario use to be a prized title
      Now anyone and everyone is a "sicario"
      Damn meth heads!

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    4. 2:45pm no, they are not. In Brazil they had the Rio De Janeiro security crisis a few years back and before and after that some parts are the country are in worse shape than Mexico. Even Honduras level of brutality is sometimes worse. Aftica is even worse.

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    5. 10:21, I thought that also (the serial killer thing)while reading this, as soon as the cops find a body the first thing they think must be ,who is he and what group does he belong to.

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    6. 2:17 I wonder why genius.

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    7. Several men in uniforms, military or police took the kids...
      --but crooks like to use uniforms while doing their dirty deeds, not a one "serial killer" Mr. too much novelas"...

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    8. Yeah it takes a lot to be a true sicario but now days ya cualquier pinche traga nopales se autodenomina "sicario" o ya cualquier cuenta chiles o coje borregos quiere ser maton.

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    9. 8:06 am
      Im interested in knowing the comparison you are making to what happens in "Africa"( a place of over 50 different countries). Apparently, you know more of here than I do who lives here.
      Edward Franklin. ow does the brutality os sicarios give you a better quality of life?

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    10. Kayode, I wrote "African countries" and not just "Africa" because I know, and you allude to it, it's a continent composed of countries. Your assumption that I know more than you about Africa is mistaken. I do know, however, that there are around 30 active terrorist organizations, numerous parts of Africa controlled by them, other regions are lawless, and brutality is rampant in others. Yes, there are nice places too that are thriving, but this is the gist of my comparison. Mexico has serious problems but some unlearned readers of BB work by the "logic" that if they don't hear anything bad about other countries then it must be true that nothing bad is happening.

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  7. Mexico really disgusts me and makes me sick with these type of scenes, period!

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    1. Well, stop looking at this site if it's bad for your health

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    2. What country do you live in?

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    3. 10:19 why does it matter

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    4. Where's my reply to 8:33

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    5. 4:36 it matters because scenes like these which disgust him/her so much most likely also happen in the country they live in but oblivious to it because there's no website like BB to spotlight it. Notice, also, how they express no sympathy or concern but only worry selfishly about how it personally effects them. It's so easy to criticize from afar.

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    6. Of course Mexico is my homeland what would you like me to say Mexico is awesome and happys me with scenes like these of course not only Mexico has these types of cases everywhere does but unfortunately this article is based on an incident that happened in Mexico not Syria or USA but Mexico, no one is criticizing especially when I come from La Sierra Madre de Guerrero and gladly to say it but not gladly to know youths are being killed or women are being decapitated by sicarios who don't know what's true work and heart to there drug cartel respect and kill whose really involved not innocent souls so yeah Mexico discusts me WITH SCENARIOS LIKE THESE, let me guess sicarios get $200 bucks weekly to kill innocent Lifes? So please don't be butt hurt over my comment were all entitled to our own opinion!

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    7. And 8:33 I'm glad it's not bad for your health makes me wonder what's really good for your health maybe 6 missing youth found dead and 2 ladies found decapitated?

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    8. 2:13pm No need to get all moved, it was a simple question that was explained. Thanks for your reply and good luck.

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    9. Not getting moved just responding to your 411 on other countries likewise :)

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    10. I guess it was explained by my criticism lol

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  8. Kind of awkward for the suspects to give the backpack to the bar owner. HI WE'RE KIDNAPPING THESE KIDS TO MURDER THEM BUT YOU CAN HAVE THE BACKPACK?

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  9. This place has no boundaries whatsoever. Age,gender, nothing matters. It must be very confusing for a person as to what to do. Either stay in the house and they kick your door down. Or go shopping or to do any other harmless activity and get killed. No winning choices it appears. Age and gender offer no protection either. What a zoo!

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    1. Crime brought el PRI back to power...
      --and crime will bring back specialized poolice and military to rule the plaza in Morelos state...

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  10. Man if I ever go on a game show and they tell me I won a trip to Mexico, I'd be like, "The hell if I did. Give that crap to some idiot. I'll take the cash please." I wouldn't go there if they gave me the largest palace. No interest thank you. There is a difference between war zones and vacations. I know there are those who will say it is not like that everywhere. I saw the cartel maps BB posted and the cartels are everywhere. Folks keep fooling yourselves.

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    1. He has a point!

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    2. Everyone has to make their own decisions about visiting Mexico. I am ex-pat from the US and have been living here in a small city of 60,000 people for 20 years. I have never seen any bodies (or parts thereof) on the street or hanging from a bridge, or even a shoot out. But for several hours a day reading and writing about what goes on in parts of Mexico there are definitely places I would not go and roads I would not travel.

      Looking at a map showing what areas cartels control is kind of like looking at a agricultural map showing what different states produce. It may show your state is a cotton producing state. Do you grow any cotton? Do you even know anyone who does? Probably not. Looking at a map showing cartel controlled turf is the same. By far most of the people in that live in those areas shown to be cartel controlled areas are not affected.

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    3. If the USA had a blog "US Violence Beat", or something similar, you would be very shocked to learn what sick crimes happen here. Of course, no hanging from bridges but everything else yes. Over here they don't make such a big deal about it, it's as if there's a unwritten rule, brush it under the rug or barely mention it in the news.

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    4. 6:50 Just because particular regions are ran by certain cartels and shown on a map does not mean they are covering every square mile...

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    5. That's the problem.we don't know which square mile is safe and don't want to be like these boys fishing,'wrong place at wrong time.'

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    6. On the US gun crimes rule...
      --Before that, it is all about drugs, from getting high to becoming a drug trafficker

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  11. BB thank you for bringing this to the American public. Just like Mexico the media and government only tell us what kind of candy to digest.This war is in America too. Not exclusive to Mexico or Latin America.The problem with the groups in the US is we have them from everywhere from ALL different countries trying to get a piece of the pie.What a mess. I only have one question for cartel members What are you trying to achieve in life with all this violence? God's blessing???

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    1. 4:24 wrong millie, willito...
      7:36 violence among "cartels" comes from the government, and violence among the people comes from the military, police corporations, like the anti-kidnapping squads than don't do anything other that kidnapping people for ransom and murdering them because "they saw their face"

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  12. 7:36 coincidentaly, all the crime brings more and more police, militarized police, army, navy, marinas, air force, with more foreign weapons, and more war on drugs, financed with more billions of dollars that promptly get stolen by the program directors...

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  13. they need to follow the $$$ somehow and get to the root.

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