Sunday, May 15, 2016

'Mexico Leaks' releases video of a detained man being tortured

by Lucio R. Borderland Beat




A video containing footage of torture by police was sent to media outlets, Animal politico, Proceso, and Aristegui Noticias.

The video was anonymously submitted to the three Mexican media sources, all three belonging to the group “Mexico Leaks” created to expose corruption, organized crime and violations of human rights.

The footage shows a man identified as a chief officer of the attorney generals office of the state of Mexico, repeatedly suffocating Silverio Rodriguez Martinez, by using a plastic bag over his head.

This is not an uncommon practice. It has long been charged, proven by evidence, that authorities, from all agencies, state and federal use torture to gain “confessions”.

In this video, there are six officers in the room, including one seen videotaping the torture.

The detainee was arrested on suspicion of being a member of organized crime.

The officer directing the torture was Pedro Velazco Estrada, who worked in the state of Mexico’s Attorney General’s office special operations divisions from 2009 to 2015, when he was promoted to the federal Attorney General’s office.

31 comments:

  1. No aprenden hahahaha let's be more secretive with the tortures amigos

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  2. That's not really torture.
    It's psychologically hurtful but not physically damaging if done right!
    Psychology to get his tongue wagging!
    All the narco supporters will be crying now!

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    1. Nice troll :D

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    2. You might want to re-think that buckaroo. According to the U.N.: torture is the intentional infliction of severe mental or physical pain or suffering by or with the consent of the state authorities for a specific purpose.

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    3. The UN!
      OMG...f**king hilarious!

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    4. "OMG" The UN says what is wise, they may not be able to do anything about it, but they sure know what to say...
      --the UN full of pendejos and sellouts as it is would never say "f***ing hilarious", OMG, OMG, OMG...PINCHI MAMON/MAMONA

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  3. No phones burros !! No video or cover ur face now u in trouble because of that rat

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    1. It wasn't a rat, It was them recording it and somebody leaked it from there cell phone or pc.

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  4. En este mes comienzan las siembras aya En LA Sierra que bonito es lo bonito

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  5. desperate times desperate measures. the problems i see here is that the officers torturing probably work for the opposing cartel.

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  6. most of the time, the guy under torture is deep in the game. what do you expect? officers got hardened by the new rules, they being threatened too. no wonder. this sh** is common from iraq to russia. out.

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  7. Ya bajo el precio de la gas aqui en Caracas :)

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  8. Timely reports on Tamps AD's, linked to next month's elections, and PRI dirty tricks:

    http://www.proceso.com.mx/440677/nuevos-grupos-armados-calientan-a-tamaulipas

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    http://www.milenio.com/politica/PRI_foto_falsa-PRI_Tamaulipas-Garcia_Cabeza_Vaca-eleccion_Tamaulipas_0_736726478.html

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    1. Garcia, "cabeza de güey" google the motherfacker, You don't become candidate without a lot of caca in your hands...

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  9. And this:

    http://www.proceso.com.mx/440712/detencion-ingeniero-desata-disturbios-en-hidalgo-tamaulipas

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  10. Thats nothing to what the LAPD does in thier interrogation chambers...

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  11. I support the torture. After seeing what these low lives do all over Mexico of your certain you've got one of them you do what you can to get more

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    1. 1:07 did this guy confess?
      --How do you know the poolice were torturing the right guy?
      --how did the "polesias" find the right guy to torture?
      @1:07 you are un pendejo...

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  12. Christian Lopez PalafoxMay 15, 2016 at 1:31 PM

    Ehh its a effective method, why do you think Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib were built for. I support the death sentence in Mexico as long as the current politicos get first dibs on the spiffy new needles and Doc M personally euthanizes Castillo

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    1. No death for Castillo nomás que le metan toda la mano por el jundillo...quien se anima?
      --Please post video

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    2. Christy, the death penalty is being used in mexico, on the poor, on protesters, on reporters, on ayotzinapos...oh, sorry the ayotzinapos have only been abducted and kidnapped, I mean disappeared, maybe they will appear some day as shrimp when the sea pukes them back on the shore, the mexican governme t has been dropping people on the sea like the best of the best, colombia, chile, argentina, uruguay, paraguay, since the 60's, dead, alive. drugged, no problem, just make sure they sink...

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  13. Sorry. Off subject, but Venezuela in big trouble. Govt. Might be overthrown. Wonder if CIA involved?

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    1. I call this bs there's nothing on the news...

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    2. 2:03 ever hear of news blackouts, self censored and doctored news? That is why we resort to less popular sources for our news, what you do is search for venezuela uprising news.

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  14. The same tactic is used here in the U.S. where all officers gather around the perp to cover any abuse from cameras. The problem here was that the guy with the plastic bag was too eager to get a confession an didn't wait for the human screen.T he plastic bag is just the begining then it comes the Agua mineral con sal en la nariz, la toalla mojada(water boarding), isolation with intense lights, loud music, etc. A confession will come out with a lot of other information.It's worth it and necessary. What these sicarios and kidnappers do to their victims is a lot worse.

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  15. Keep up the good work!

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    1. Yeah, keep exposing the mexican government sicarios...

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  16. Officers of the year. When's the medal ceremony?

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  17. In the next 5 years all those guys doing the torturing will be dead. 90% of people killed in Mexico are not innocent.

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