Saturday, May 28, 2016

Officer Killed Covering Son during Shootout





Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat



Nezahualcóyotl, México.—Arturo Flores Martínez, a member of the state commission of public safety (CES), was killed after being shot by a stray bullet during a shootout.

It was his day off and he was only going to the store with his son when they least imagined that they would be in the middle of a shootout between criminals and members of the Bank & Industrial Police Department (PBI), in Mexico City.

Gunmen tried to steal a delivery unit that was being guarded by a member of the PBI.

Suddenly, peace was lost when five men entered the store in which the member of the CES was in with his son.

They asked for directions and before receiving a response, they drew out a pistol and threatened the PBI members.

One of the police reacted at the same time, drawing out his gun to defend himself, as the shootout began.

The officer who repelled the attack managed to wound an assailant but was also grazed by a bullet in the head.

Meanwhile, the member of the CES, who was on his day off, was immersed in the crossfire with his son.


The CES agent sheltered his son with his body.  A bullet ricocheted directly at his back, and fell in front of the store, with his son in his arms.

When the paramedics arrived, it was too late to save Arturo Martínez.  Several spent .38 and 9mm caliber shells were found at the scene.  One of the criminals was wounded and was arrested when he went to seek medical attention at a nearby hospital. 

With information from Afondoedomex.com.

Source: El Mañana

24 comments:

  1. Chinga su madre los Cjng, los zetas, el cartel del golfo. los caballeros templarios, gente nueva, el chapo guzman, y arriva el señor Don Alejo y Dr Mireles

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    1. Don alejo? Y ese indio quien es?

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    2. What the hell you talking about

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    3. Are you dumb?

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    4. @ 1050 and 125, usted es tambien lo Chupas si estas con los narcos

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    5. In case of doubt, deduct...I mean google don alejo...
      Google may offer you don alejo garza garcia from Nuevo Leon, BB WILL offer him...

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  2. Where you at chapo 😂

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  3. Selfless act to protect his son, what is a father to do? RIP

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    1. The right thing to do. You will always be his hero.

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  4. This guy is a real hero and a man with balls! Fuck the narcos who live and die for greed only! This guy died protecting his son. Any real man and father would do the same! Hope his family receives some sort of recognition for his actions and even better some sort of life insurance payment (which many peace officers in Mexico are known to have), so that the family can get by for some time with this income!

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    1. To kill and die for money. Hiding, running, making enemies every day. Losing family members, friends, and ultimately your life. All just for power and money you can't even enjoy. The problem in Mexico is that people feel like worthless crap when they are poor. They sacrifice all just to feel important. Instead of working, and being active to improve their life, they chose to become criminals.

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    2. 9:17 HOW MANY "STRAY" BULLETS HIT THIS POLICE OFFICER IN THE BACK?
      It looks like a murder planned to look like a bank robbery...
      --No guard takes his gun and kills some innocent bystander with several shots to the back by accident...
      I'm a gonna go and suck my thumb for a while to feel smarter.

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    1. 9:22 epn is nearing 70 000 deaths and 35 000 disappeared in his 3.5 years as spurious president, what is one more "sad murder"?

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  6. Por eso yo siempro traigo armas largas i cortas pa lo ke se ofresca se manejar todo tipo de calibre i armamento , pero cuando te toka te toka asi lo dijo mi compa neto roca ,
    -pistolero de manuel torrez-

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    1. You been listening to too many corridos and have too much free time on your hands.

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    2. 8:57 pistolero is saying the true tho
      and you dont need to have much free time to write a couple of sentences i write this under a minute bro

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    3. Manuel Torres is long gone dead.

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    4. Como van a traer pistolas con las manos enjabonadas, güeyes

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  7. That's a hero! Thanks valor

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  8. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. - John 15:13


    Some pay the ultimate price without any qualms. - El Sol Perdido

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    1. Some just live traumatized for the rest of their lives, soledá.
      Their victims paid the ultimate price, but not voluntarily.
      Cry yourself a river...

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  9. Don Alejo was a 70 to 80 year old rancher in tamaulipas who defended his ranch to the death against los zetas who wanted his ranch he killed 8 with hunting rifles but was overtaken by grenades. Thats who the fuck Don Alejo Tamez is a true fucking mexican hero.

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