Sunday, May 29, 2016

Tamaulipas: soccer player Alan Pulido rescued himself

Lucio R. Borderland Beat

It is reported in Mexican press that Pulido was able to execute a phone call , and give an alert to his location. (emergency line 066)

BREAKING NEWS Mexican soccer star Alan Pulido has been rescued in Cd Victoria. At least one of his captors was wounded and has been arrested. In the video below, a reporter shots out to Alan asking how he is, despite looking shaken, he replies “fine, thank God”, he was transferred to the hospital for medical care.


Although authorities are patting themselves on the back….(yet another version) it is reported, is that Piludo, took advantage of a careless gunmen guarding him, and was able to take the gun away and shoot the gunman.  He then broke a window to escape, prompting a second guard to flee.  It was then he contacted authorities of his whereabouts.

In yet another account, Pulido did overpower the captor and took the gun, and began beating the kidnapper. He dialed the emergency number, police told him to shoot so they could locate his precise location, but there were no bullets in the gun.

Whatever happened, saving the footballer had nothing to do with authorities, even though they are trying to capitalized on the situation.


From the photo at top, and comparing it to a the party photo, it reveals scrapes on nose bridge, chest, arms and swollen and cut right hand, which is bandaged in the bottom photo.  He is wearing the same clothing he wore to the party, and when being abducted. But he looks in good physical condition.
Authorities are saying he was kidnapped by Los Zetas, but did not say if it was CDN or Old School Zetas.

Special thank you to new Borderland Beat forum user “40Months” for keeping on top of the story.

74 comments:

  1. Do you think the corrupt state and local politicians had urged the gang/cartel responsible for this to release him immediately? Something isn't adding up

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    1. I agree 1:o7-Why can't they rescue other kidnapped too?I wonder if the police,politicians got paid for the rescue I will bet same thing as the kidnappers.See the police,politicians can find someone if they want because they are already part of the same gang so regardless everyone got paid the ransom money.Dirty and rotten.

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    2. Does anyone else think the whole thing was staged to help PRI in the Governor's race on Sunday? They're down in the polls....

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    3. Other kidnappings unfortunately don't make ESPN and national news.

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    4. Could of been a group of jotos who wanted to have there way with him

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    5. Bb: en un post lo secuestran.en otro lo rescatan y hora que siempre se escapo ? Ubiquense por favor. Conque van a salir manana ? Que la family pago el ransom y que se lo chingaron? Chale.

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    6. Where in your little brain can a brain cell make it more clear to tell the difference between escape and rescue. This guy escaped and then called authorities.

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    7. Jajajajaj...Mexican govt is a fucken joke...every man for themselves...

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    8. @ 11:38 a.m. You're telling us a lot about yourself! LOL

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    9. 11:38 inviteeen, @4:51 se está muriendo de celos y de ganas...

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  2. Thank Grupo Bravo for dry snitching and putting pressure on the authorities to do their job.

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  3. Thank GOD he's safe. Yes I know other people get kidnapped too and I would trade anything so that my parents beloved Mexico can be safe, anything.

    Don't hate because he is safe. He has a GOD given gift to play football and it's not his fault. El Nemesis-

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  4. Thanks for the help 40Months. El Nemesis-

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  5. Glad that he is free, and safe.unlike so many in this awful war

    but it is actually the reporter who asked Alan how he is, who says, 'thanks to God'

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  6. What good news. Poor lamb he looks exhausted.

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  7. Praise the Lord although I may be an American you guys over at Mexico need to leave each other alone it is completely inhumane to kidnap capture and kill people God bless Viva Mexico

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    1. I share your sentiment about Pulido's safe captureEl Jefe. But do not kid yourself. I recommend you explore the rampant violence throughout DC, Chicago, Sacramento, LA, Houston, Detroit, Aurora and many other places where American life no longer has any value to the predators that develop God complexes as they obtain guns. I have been in San Antonio this week and EVERY day there is story like - man shot under bridge, man stabbed to death, 4th drive by in one week, home invasion, etc, etc, etc. My home in Leon GTO has as many people as San Antonio and not near the violence.

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    2. Th Leon guanajuato la Vida no valw nada

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    3. Yes sir the devil is out to seek and destroy I'm from from here San anto and you are right crime is bad every where in the world the bad thing about Mexico is that the cops and government are the ones doing the crimes and blame the citizens or cartels it's hard to win a war that way but we need to keep fighting .

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    4. So funny 10:03 Am, every place you listed is infested with illegal immigrants and much of this crap Mexico is sending in(Drugs). So to tell someone to look in the places that are affected most by immigrants would be like saying stop immigrants. No they are not the complete cause of crime but a major contributor to the influx of poverty in those areas and drugs. One thing is there is no beheadings and massive clandestine graves popping up. It is folks like you that give an example as to why Mexico is the way it is. Instead of people taking action they sit back and try to compare their high crime rates to other places to feel better about it. Face it. Mexico has more deaths throughout one year than many countries over greed plain and simple. You guys have some you don't even know about due to it happening so frequent. May as well change those missing lists to dead.

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    5. San marcos tx in the house

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    6. I love Mexico but we moved to Houston

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    7. At least he fought back. If they know where the Zetas r why don't they Kilt dem

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    8. On the US crime ridden minority neighborhoods are fabricated by rich investors that get the old neighborhoods vacant houses and lots to build expensive housing for gentrification with expensive rents and sales, a lot of them subsidized by state and federal government like section 8.
      --In mexico and latinamerica, it is all the government and their sicarios that have their dirty hands all over in the mane of their US and UK massa bossuns...

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    9. 4:31 - "people like you". Oh really - you know that guy/girl? Funny thing is its "people like you" who are too idiotic to take an objective observation and look at it objectively. I don't know you (wouldn't want to) but I do know its "people like you" who don't know much about what you want to think you know. "face it mexico has more deaths throughout one year than many countries over greed plain and simple". True, and the same can be said about the US...LOL your an idiot Mr. "people like you"

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  8. Me da gusto que este salvo y sano - pero a la misma vez que tal de los cientos y miles que son secuestrados y no se les da la misma atención para que sean liberados?

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    1. No lo liberaron, Cabeza dura. Escapo! O son o se hacen. Lean bien Las noticias.

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  9. he's very lucky....he could have been a Wendy's burger through a tree chipper.

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  10. The governor probably called the Plaza boss and told him..."you idiot call your people to let him go,I'm taking a lot of heat from the president".

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    1. A lot of heat from the PRI They need to win this election is giving them hell

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  11. When the authorities really, really want to find a kidnap victim, they can do it. Pity the thousands of who have perished in obscurity, because they weren't famous athletes, and thus their disappearance was not embarrassing.

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    1. Man if authorities in Mexico actually did their jobs,almost overnight they could really clean house.They have so much intelligence [from infilrations of course] so if they ever decided to change for a better Mexico........

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    2. There is no money for the mexican government in "doing their jobs", sorry, Canna...

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  12. Good for him that he's alive and safe, but now here we go with the speculations about corruption and so and so forth.

    Keep in mind he was not a real good player or a very famous one, not to mention not wealthy either.

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    1. You just made it very clear that you know nothing of wealth, talent, or fútbol. Good job.

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  13. It's nice that he was freed but it makes me angry too. The coverage and the speed of which he's been recovered. Nobody gives a shit about the thousands of others kidnapped and rarely recovered. Human life is human life. Every Mexican citizen should have just as much priority to be rescued by authorities IMO

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    1. He freed himself. He faught for his life and won. Not everyone will gamble their lives in this scenario

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  14. https://www.proceso.com.mx/442178/alan-pulido-escapo-fue-rescatado-las-autoridades


    Link To The Proceso Article
    Pinche Pulido No Se Si Es James Bond O Futbolista

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  15. Mexican government is corrupt. Only because he is famous did this end well. U S needs to cause a much needed tension with the Mexican government. Causing the people to be heard and an end to the Government/Cartel controlled country. Don't be fooled... the Cartel and the government are the same.

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  16. El senor Osiel Cardenas gave the orders to let him go

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    1. Yeah cuZ Osiel knew he had fucked up again in kidnapping a person with abit of stature, just like when he treated the DEA agent hahahaha pendejo

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  17. And how many were arrested????....

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    1. Too bad it didnt end differently
      -satanas c.d.n.

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  18. I read he escaped
    http://www.valorportamaulipas.info/?m=1

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  19. I have doubts also. Appears a bit odd. Pic of wounded guard?

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  20. HE RESCUED HIMSELF....there was no special speed by authorities. Pulido was able to escape...his hand was cut breaking the glass.

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    1. What happen to the special kidnapping squad the nuevo Laredo has? They only save the americans n not there own people?

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    2. Sounds like a ballsy move to free himself considering how many gunmmen took him. Maybe they left him unguarded purposely.

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    3. 11:39 the special kidnapping squads only KIDNAP special targets, anybody that looks like they have $$$, and arrange the paymentzzz...
      --their sicarios arrange the murders and dismemberments and the pozole and carniasadas...the illegal graves etc...

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  21. Looks like tigeres wanted him out for good lmao

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  22. No fuera otro Mexicano porque que lla viera conosido la chingada.

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  23. Free Chapo and none of this would happen

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    1. Chapo never even had a grip on Sinaloa even though his cartel was named after the state. Your dumb to think he had influence in tamaulipas where he was scared to set foot in after th e zetas were created lol

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    2. How? How wouldn't it have happened?

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    3. Chapo has zero pull in Tamaulipas. The mere mention of his name may cause your head to be removed from shoulders. Don't believe me try it and see.

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    4. @ 5:51 Chapo built him a tunnel so he can get away

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    5. 1:49-Are you trolling for a reaction?

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    6. I put this comment just to mess with emotions lol relaxxxx peeps

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  24. Los Antrax saved him

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  25. What if the Old School Z's staged all this to frame CDN in their own territory? I mean, we all know who's been heating up CDV lately...

    Has anyone explored and/or questioned this possibility, yet?

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    1. Yeah DEEZZZ NUTZZZ DID!

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  26. Glad he is safe. But, he didn't have to fire the gun cuz his outfit was LOUD enough!(heehee)

    _ Canadian girl

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    1. @Canadian girl

      BESITOS :)

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  27. Sounds like Al kicked some Zeta ass . Good job Al ! Be careful now . As a professional you will be easy to locate . The piece of shit dogs may try something more . Sorry to say but you may have just received a curse .
    God be with you .

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  28. Here's another conspiracy. He supposedly broke a contract with his former soccer club tigres and all the mexican clubs made a pact not to hire him.. He leaves to Greece and so far hes been really successful. He comes back to his home town and the Mexican Soccer association (fmf)sends out to kidnap him. Just to scare the poor guy. lol I mean come on. how many times do we ever hear of people surviving. not only that, but who a famous public figure carelessly with one kidnapper.lol.

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    1. Nah, Cause De Nigirs Came Back Countless Times To Mexico

      RIP ANO

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  29. lets send pulido to rescue mr. shorty lols

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  30. His girlfriend is going to be the one that will really let him have it now!

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  31. He looks strong and bright and probably thought to take a chance and help himself as no one else might save him, he might know how to use a gun, some of these kids like him grow up in tough neighborhoods also. Good for him taking control.

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  32. Here I was thinking the kidnappers gave him his clothes. Turns out he wore that by choice...

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  33. What the kidnappers wanted were his expensive clothes from Greek thousands of euros on that colored shirt..

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  34. Either this guy is lucky to have been kidnapped by the most incompetent kidnappers ever, or the governor, who allegedly has ties to organized crime in the failed state of Tamaulipas, made a few phone calls to expedite his release. A few hours later he gladly posed for news outlets with Pulido by his side. Let's remember that elections will be held in a few days.

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  35. sounds like the USC football player who staged that pool recue last year.

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