Monday, August 8, 2016

A group dubbed " the squadron of death", has arrived in Tabasco to carry out "justice"

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Sinembargo article

Subject Matter: The Squadron of Death
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

In a community of Tabasco, allegedly a group of autodefensas has risen dubbed " the squadron of death". Until now one only knew that in the middle of the month of July, they detained and beat an alleged criminal. Local media refer that the rise of the alleged group is a response to the conditions of insecurity and violence that currently affects the town of Paraiso.

Reporter: Sinembargo Redaction
A group of vigilantes known as the "squadron of death" patrol the town of Paraiso, in Tabasco, to carry out "justice" to make accounts for the incessant assault committed in the locality.

In the middle of July, local media informed about a group of inhabitants that were tired of the insecurity in the aforementioned village, decided to act, and in the style of the great redeemers, left for the streets in an effort to stop criminals.

The video on the next page contains violence, and should not be viewed by anyone under the age of 18 according to Sinembargo. (Otis: in reality he only get a few slaps in the face on camera but he has obviously been seriously beaten before the video was made, or at least this section of it.)




In the above video published by the daily Tabasco Today, one observes the first capture by the "squadron", he is identified as a man called Orlando Gallegos Mendez, 53 years of age, who on the 15th of June was captured by locals and the top of the Independence Ranch, in the second section of Comalcalco, for allegedly breaking into a dwelling and assaulting various people.

After being detained, the vigilante group started to beat him, they ripped off his clothes leaving his only in his underwear, they tied his hands and feet, with his eyes and mouth taped, and later he was found bound with wire on calle 5th of May close to the zone known as "El Dragado".

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According to local media, the individual was found with two cell phones that he had presumably been carrying, as well as a kitchen knife, and two official identity cards. They inform that Gallegos Mendez had been linked to a group of wrong doers that were terrorizing the neighbourhood, a situation for which he was captured and beaten.

In the video, as well as the alleged criminal there is a board that the autodefensas put there, on which one can see writted, " a todos los rateros que se les sorprenda en Paraiso, se los va a cargar la chingada", or roughly translated, " to all the rats that we have surprised in Paraiso, for you things will change to fucked".



Original article in Spanish at Sinembargo



56 comments:

  1. Hahaha to go from the last post to this is a complete 180

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    1. Statistics don't lie pal.

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    2. 12:40pm
      It's not a 180 at all, you're just a completely illogical "thinker".

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    3. Yeah ok. Squadron of death group... thats totally normal

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    4. Squadron of Death is only murderin' the inglish lagunage, the Spanish langunage and plain spoken spanglish, what is wrong with "Death Squad" or "Escuadron de la Muerte?

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  2. Glad to hear these groups are out there to take out chapos people once and for all

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    1. Chapo is over, he lost everything

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    2. Chapos kids won't last till end of year

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    3. Lo bailado no se lo quita nadie a la chapa, 40 años de cabrón, ahi pa que le midan la agua a los camotes, y todavia no se la acaban de acabar, pinchis envidiosas, y sin robar del "erario"

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  3. I wish the police did their job, so the citizens can live and work in peace.

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    1. Well said..It is so sad to see the people of Mexico live under such horror. Greed,corruption and the insane drug laws and gun culture are destroying the lives of the vast majority of honest hard working and good people of Mexico..Again well said ...

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    2. 9:04 well said, in one ear and out the other...
      --let's push for "well done"

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  4. Can't say I find much of an ethical dilemma here; Tabasco has been the domain of the Zetas since at least 2011 and they have made the state a living hell of extortion and kidnapping for all its inhabitants.

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    1. this is so true. My family owns businesses there and their children have been kidnapped twice within 3 years. Luckily never harmed but they know they easily do it again and again

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  5. These guys are amatuers bring back el Commandante Diablo ese wey si sabe de videos de tortura ...

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    1. Whatever happened to that teenage sicario called "El Satan", the guy trained by Chuck Norris?

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  6. The real escuadron de la muerte was the personal hit squad of Juan Garcia Abrego

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    1. "La perra" era el grupo mas eficas los formo ACF en los 80s - 90s

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    2. La perra never heard of them. What the fuck do they have to do with this.

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  7. Its useless to punish the low life robbers. Punish the million dollar robbers, the politicians robbing Mexico of all its resources. They steal a million time more than this sorry dude.

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    1. "Punish the million dollar robbers, the politicians robbing Mexico of all its resources"

      That would be the ultimate ideal,politicians and the like should be dealt with extremely for abusing everyone's trust.They are NEVER held accountable in most countries.
      Is there ever in any country a poor politician ?
      You and i both know it wont change any time soon ?

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  8. Esto deberia pasarle a todos los aprendices de ratero que no sean chilangos.
    Bubba Sparxxx

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    1. 2:56 Y a los rateros que si sean chilangos que les vas a hacer?

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  9. Hopefully this is righteous ?
    No matter what nationality,
    Mexican,US,European,Asian,whatever,people have the right to defend themselves if their elected government authorities,police,army,marine,mayors,etc(who are paid)are not only failing to protect their citizens,but actually are colluding and in some cases the worst offenders in this scenario.What other course of action do you have ?
    People on here have commented about Mireles stepping out of the rule of law and creating lawlessnes and vigilante behavior.Most here have no idea of the climate of fear and constant nervousness that can appear at any time(the fear of kidnapping and even death)crying out for non-existent help,that the people the people of Michoacan for example lived under with those fuckin idiots the Templarios.
    What option do you have?In an ideal world citizens shouldn't have to take up arms,how bad is it,if it comes to that ?

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  10. Do you want this guy and his little crew breaking into your house when your with your wife,your girl or children?Do you fuck..Dudes lucky hes only getting kicked...
    Fuckin talk and you wont be kicked,don't feel sorry for these tough guys,getting fucked,imagine the front hes got when your tied up in your own home with your children or girl watching you getting fucked?Nah,burglars,kidnappers,lowest of the low,only one rung lower than them and thats child abusers..
    Now he might have second thoughts about screwing houses ?

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  11. Believe it or not you can get a good workout kicking the shit out of a guy like that. You have to keep those knees up and you have to stretch...

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  12. No problem ,the police will let him go.

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  13. Squadron of death?? These clowns are coming up with comic book names now? are these clowns like the infamous Mata Zetas? Mata Zetas didn't do so well cuz you don't hear from them no more lol

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    1. matazetas are cjng lol

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    2. You dont hear from them as Mata Zetas cause now they are CJNG, you know, the little cartel from Jalisco getting inside everybodys turf

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    3. Hmmmm they did became mexicos 2nd biggest cartel and the nost violent one today,

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    4. 3:39am so that just means that the squadron of death is Cartel bound n all this heroism is BS.

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    5. The Escuadron de la Muerte ("...") did not kill anybody, I guess they are authentic greenhorn citizens.
      There are more cjng in veracruz than setas now, thanks to javier duarte de ochoa selling the state of veracruz to them too, right in front of everybody's noses

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  14. Damn . Judging from that bruising on his thorax he wont be able to assault anybody for a while yet . They really kicked this guys ass . If they are good non drug producing/trafficking citizens it should work out . Vigilantes are sometimes associated with bad but really that depends on what side of what they are doing you stand on

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  15. Otis-Babee
    Thanks for postin up..
    Chivis catch a cool breeze girl..
    We know you be lookin breezy

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  16. They didn't kill him? Or am I not understanding this post properly? How can you be called the "Squadron of death" if you leave them alive?

    For that reason alone I believe I've misunderstood this post at the end where it says he was left bound with wire, he must have been dead when found correct?

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  17. BB you should put the new video of The Oldschool Z saying they are in Nuevo Laredo allied with the Gulf Cartel and they are going to fight the city of Nuevo Laredo against the CDN the video its on Grillonautas!

    Yesterday Monday night there was firefights in Nuevo Laredo between Old School Z and CDN.There's this guy named by "Wero-74" or Z-74 his from the old school Z he was locked up in Virginia for a couple of years in the Federal prison. He barley got out like 3 months ago his going hard against the CDN in Monterrey his main plaza is in Apodaca, Nuevo Léon. His been hiring sicarios from the Metropolitan of Monterrey.

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    1. 4:00 i know him he is good dude real thorough he was quiet aint bother no one...he stuck close to the raza from mexico...los mexicanos transfered from mexico they dont with the poshos chicanos...chicanos get no love..i was with him in federal prision in pennsalvania..i left in 2014 good to hear he is home and doing his thing..

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    2. Send in your applications!
      For a 1,200 salary a week lol i make 3,000 a month and i enjoy sleeping comfortable at night.

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    3. Trevinoz deserve to burn in hell n worse

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    4. CDN is the Trevino family breaking away from the Zetas and stealing the territory/routes they worked in. Trevinos were the worst thing to happen to the Z, broke apart from the Zetas to form CDN so that their greedy ass family would forever have a slice of the business

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    5. 4:00 AM
      Dude,i was reading comments on" Nuevo Laredo en Vivo " and some were sayin its all business as usual in the tienditas with white being sold all over.That Vieja guardia were picking up halcones and easy targets and shooting at clubs,one even said that some estakas were chillin ? But then you also hear the firefights ?
      Zeta Guardia are dry snitchin using internet to put all the faces out there,who knows except the players?

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    6. 8:41 AM
      You sound like a classic case.Why dont you make a badge ?
      "chicanos get no love" Aww,am i only half raza,lmao

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    7. 1.31
      Ye man Nuevo Laredo is the crown jewel,no doubt Z40 helped make the Z,but now his loony tune sobrino is in charge and not making good to the rest of them

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  18. A long way to go to catch up to Filipinos!
    However, it is a start!

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    1. That Pinoy shit is fuckin barbaric.Kill someone who takes drugs?What kind of retard thinks thats alright?
      Unbelievable that anyone could think that is positive.

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  19. You see Mexico is a HAPPY PLACE

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    1. Maybe 25% of the Mexican states are experiencing ultra violence at any given time. While it may sadden them somewhat about what is happening in other parts of the country, it does not affect the outlook on life in the other 75% of the state in the country.

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  20. reminds me of isis. but still, for every squadron there is a better squadron!

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  21. Wow 53 years old?Sure doesn't look it.He's got the body of a 20 year old!

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  22. So they let him live??? I hope they did. Somehow I think that's more effective to make random criminals (not organized) think twice about preying on innocent people.

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  23. Few people are aware of the actual history that surrounds them . Many areas in the US had vigilantes back before things were settled and there wasn't enough law enforcement . The old used to be ghost town where I grew up had a local tree with a railroad spike driven in it for every man that was hung there . I counted 12 spikes . I know of several places within 2 miles of there where outlaws were hung .The old lady living next to us , her father was involved in some of the hangings . There was a man killed in the front yard of the place I live now . Got the wrong guy is what I understand .But you know they thought it was him for reasons . These vigilantes were self righteous enforcers that maybe weren't that great but were part of what kept the peace . If nothing else it became peaceful because the outlaws were dead .
    Then from time to time the rangers would come in and kill some of them . Its all part of what got us to where we are today . In past years my area has been considered one of the best places to live in the USA .

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  24. damn, you know you are in a dead end situation when you see sandpaper and cling wrap on the table

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