Monday, April 4, 2016

Oaxaca: 6 People Executed In 48 Hours Including 4 Political Leaders





Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Oaxaca, Oaxaca April 2, 2016— During the past 48 hours, there have been six people executed, including four political leaders, just hours after starting off gubernatorial campaigns in the state of Oaxaca.

The State Attorney of Oaxaca reported that the deceased were reported as members of the PRD party (Party of the Democratic Revolution) and MORENA, José María Caña Antonio and Enrique Quiroz Quiroz, respectively, as well as taxi leaders Carlos Alberto Luis López and Ezquiel Cruz Castillo, and an alleged undocumented trafficker, Manuel Fuentes Matus, and an undocumented immigrant.

The victims were killed in the municipalities of Oaxaca, El Istmo, La Cuenca de Papaloapan, and the municipality of San Andrés Huaxpaltepec, a coastal region, a few hours after starting the electoral process for the election of the governor of the state.

It’s worth mentioning that in January, another MORENA member, Marcos Hernández, was executed in the same municipality as Quiroz Quiroz, in which the general secretary of the state committee party, Sesul Bolaños, demanded that the state government clarify the facts.

Source: Noventa Grados

35 comments:

  1. El PRI NO PUEDE PERDER contra una bola de mañosos, entonces matarian unos 10 000 oaxaqueños to get even.

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    1. Really? Haa. Idiot.

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    2. 3:53 ya veo, el PRI ha ganado otro Corazon, enjoy!

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  2. Do judges ever get murdered kidnapped etc...or do Cartel still have respect for that part of the law? You always hear about police n political n lawyers getting killed.

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    1. --Very few, but the government blames the criminals, sometimes even before the twin towers are blown, like Luis Donald Colosio's murder, or el Jefe Diego's Kidnapping (frenandez de cevallos)
      --It is usually other government cohorts that attempt against their own brotherhood, then CISEN fabricates stories and guilty parties, same old same old, I'd like for some real narcos to coment on this, my tea leaves may be lying...

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    2. They rarely target judges because they pose no threat to most narcotraficantes. In Mexico, 8 out of 100 crimes committed are reported and 1% are investigated. Why kill judges when you never see them?

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  3. Arriba la Revolucion jijos del Cocho.......

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    1. 12:27 la revolucion esta siendo asesinada por los PRIISTAS antes de que agarre vuelo, the murdered are all opposition...
      --Los jefes del PRD son chaqueteros, chapulines y mapaches alia dos con el PAN Y EL PRI Y PANAL.
      --That is why AMLO QUIT HIS OWN CHAQUETERO PARTY EL PRD THAT NOW IS DIRECTED BY LOS CHUCHOS...

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  4. god bless the innocents. what a shame. i thought Oaxaca was peacefull .

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  5. 10:22 si tienen suerte y NO se mete el ejercito, la marina, la polesia federal, murillo karam con sus verdades histéricas y epn con su bolso Versace .mr...

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  6. OK, WE HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO.
    11.5 MILLION documents from "PANAMA PAPERS" where the rich have been hiding a lot of money stolen and made from drug trafficking by politicians and "rogue agents" but Vladimir Putin is about the most mentioned, as if drug addiction and trafficking were any business of us on mexico or the US...

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    1. ... All The Documents Have Not Been Released, Only 149 Pages Are Released Currently ... By Next Month, The 11.5 Million Documents Will Be Released & Hopefully Searchable Like Wikileaks ... Enrique Peña Nieto Will See That There Is Another Type Of Infierno Waiting That The Peñabots Can't Stop ...

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    2. @8:11. I am working on a story on the Panama Papers which I hope to finish tonight. I have read the reports you are referring to about the entire 11 1/2 million docs being released in May. But ICIJ director Ryle says that the media organizations have no plans to release the full dataset, WikiLeaks-style, which he argues would expose the sensitive information of innocent private individuals along with the public figures on which the group’s reporting has focused. “We’re not WikiLeaks. We’re trying to show that journalism can be done responsibly,”

      I have also read that there are still 100 investigative journalist going through all the material and that it would take many months, maybe years to go through all of it. They want to focus on "public figures" and not do anything that will injure or invade the privacy of innocent people.

      My guess is that the May release date is talking about releasing what they turned up so far about public figures and there will be future releases on a periodic basis as more relevant material is discovered.

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    3. Edit gonzalez, messi, and vladimir putin, iceland.president, brasil and argentina presidents, la infanta de españa are not mexican exactly criminals, miguel Aleman velasco, or valdéz, el hermano de tin-tan sociology de tevisa, and salinas the owner of tv azteca...and caro quintero...almodovar...
      Ok, enough with the kitty cuts, Gatos Callejoneros...

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    4. @DD
      Can't wait to see the reports. Maybe EPN will rot in prison ?

      Or maybe get sniped?

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    5. Naaah, the perps said they are NOT like wikileaks and they do not want to be irresponsible and endanger politicians or their careers by slinging out too much dirt, probably a few trillion dollars in mordidas will keep the Panama Papers in the waste basket...
      --Mossack is MAD, OF COURSE, ABOUT THIS CRIMINAL TRESPASS..

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    6. Who finances the "independent cartel of investigative reporters"?
      --find them out, Then you will know who will get outed and who won't, there is a lot of money there, MossackFonseca says they incorporate about 20 000 corporations a year, it will be a while to check'em all up.

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  7. I wonder how much money Mexico truly wastes on investigating cartel murders and activity? It's not like the Mexican government is going to do something about the issue if they find out who is guilty for the crimes. So why bother sending guys in white suites out to comb the scene of a crime that will not be properly solved? Just a question.

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    1. A lot of money spent fighting crime is spent on televisa propagandizing the war on drugs and crime, in the billions of pesos...

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  8. And as I read the article I suddenly came to the realization that the criminals of Oaxaca were avid readers of that one best selling children's book. Everything I Like To Do Is Illegal. - El Sol Perdido

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    1. That is a porn for adults book sol.
      I recommend El Pequeño Libro Rojo de la Escuela, aka The Little Red School Book.

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    2. I meant it as sarcasm. And of course it's actually a book about a farmer. -El Sol Perdido

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    3. 5:07 If it is about a Republican Farmer and His Mule, I have seen the movie on you tube, no porn, actually funny, and true.

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  9. News just out chapo escaped again?

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  10. Thank heavens for mexico's gun control.

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  11. Gringo ex-pats in Oaxaca say this is false news reporting, so it must be false. They say Oaxaca is a safe state and they've never been a victim of a crime. The victims are all criminals, say the gringos in Oaxaca.

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  12. I was just there in January, we were driving south ,near the municipality of San Andrés Huaxpaltepec, when we hit a political roadblock around 10 A.M. they said that it would not open until about 5 P.M. so we backtracked through Santa Maria then south along the coast on dirt roads. Major agriculture region: papaya lime Ect From what I understand is that there is a lot of Foreign investment in the area ....I bet the roadblock at the time had something to do with this.

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  13. I would also like to add, not all killings in Mexico are drug related. Most kiliings are related to money.

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    1. Like guys that don't want to pay for something?like a car or land?

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  14. Money is the root of evil.
    Same same
    What's new
    Lost souls going
    downtere for eternity

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  15. It is often misquoted, the real quote is "The LOVE of money is the root of all evil."

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  16. The love of woman is the root of many things, many of them bad, like losing paradise or getting captured by your enemies again.

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