Thursday, September 8, 2016

Main suspect in Iguala missing students case, has charges dropped after his human rights violated

Lucio R. Borderland Beat by C.E.M.


Last year the case of the 43 missing students took a big hit, when the 22 Iguala municipal police charged with kidnapping and delivering the students to Sidronio Casarrubias, (leader of Guerreros Unidos), successfully gained injunctions.  The injunctions require that prosecutors acquire greater evidence against the suspects, and explain the inconsistent testimony of witnesses, or the 22 will be released and charges dropped.  It is expected they will go free.

The latest action in the case is a even harder to swallow.  Even by Mexico standards.  In an appeals court Mexico was forced to withdraw charges against Casarrubias, who was the key suspect in the case and was charged with ordering the September 2014 killing and incineration of the 43 students.

The killer’s suspect’s “human rights” were violated

The First Criminal Collegiate Court in Toluca found five violations of human rights, and ordered the charges against Casarrubias revoked.  The evidence in the case was deemed “invalid” because the suspect’s claims of being tortured by police and prosecution agents before his formal statement, was ruled valid.

Just like that….charges for taking the lives of 43 young students, disintegrate.

What comes to mind is the long list of human rights violations found against Dr. Manuel Mireles, autodefensa leader, when he was arrested.  Yet the political prisoner still sits in a prison cell awaiting his date with “justice”. 
Body of Hernandez
Former Iguala Mayor José Luis de Abarca and his wife, María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa, were also charged in the case, but it was always my position that in this limited scope of criminality, they were in fact not guilty.  They are guilty of great crimes, but not this one.  I don’t think they were needed and it was as simple as that.  I had written about the case that should have been brought against Abarca, and that is the case of Arturo Hernández Corona, social activist, who according to eye witnesses Abarca shot and killed.  


On the day before the murder, in a public forum, Abarca and his wife threatened Hernández, Abarca saying. “stop fucking around with me, I have people that work for me, that can take care of this”. 

The next day Hernández and 7 others were accosted while driving on the hwy and taken to farm fields.  Abarca drove up with a woman in the vehicle.  The woman never exited the vehicle, and although witnesses could not be positive, she was thought to be the mayors wife.  The witness who gave testimony was one of two of the kidnapped, slated for death, but escaped when the sicarios became drunk and sloppy. 

Before pulling the trigger Abarca taunted Hernández saying, “I told you to stop fucking with me, now I will take pleasure in killing you.” 

Case ignored

Nothing became of the case, not after a Mexican priest, activist Saltillo Bishop Raul Vera, went to Washington DC  to testify at the Commission of Human Rights about the case, and not after Amnesty International became involved and petitioned the Federal Government to intervene in the case.

Not until months after the disappearance of the 43 students, was attention paid to the case.  Abarca was then charged with the murder.

At the end of it all, a few of low rung narcos will do a little time, but the 22 police, G.U. leaders, the mayor and his wife will probably be cleared in the case of the students.

Attempting to gain some credibility, prosecutors said that although the charges are dropped against Casarrubias in the case of the 43, no worries, he won’t be released just yet; he faces charges of weapons and drug trafficking charges.


I am sure that makes everyone feel a whole lot better.

To read the post about the Hernandez murder use this link

42 comments:

  1. I por que sigue vivo ese cabron ? Si a mi por portar un fusil i cosas proibidas me torturaron i no me sacaron nada i dandome por muerto por ay me tiraron los wachos , este vato tiene suerte mira k matar al futuro del pais ke son los estudiantes ahora le quitan los cargos , liberen al dr. Mirales un hombre con buen corazon

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    1. Comandante Perro, sidronio no mató a los estudiantes, fué el gobierno federal, quieren cerrar la escuela de guerrilleros de ayotzinapa porque ahi hay oro y uranio, even George Soros helped the murderers of Acteal-Chenalhó win their appeals and freedom to go back to chiapas because there is gold in them thar heels, but bad as Sidronio and the imperial couple de iguala are, the 43 disappearances was all on the mexican army and policias federales, check your facts, perro...

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    2. A real perro wuld not be siding with the government against the fall guys, perro, whassamatta with you?

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  2. Damn! The poor parents.

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  3. "La Guerra Que Nos Ocultan" (the war they hide from us") a new book.
    --The book indicts epn and the military, and the CISEN, not the abarcas or the guerreros unidos, or los rojos or los de chile verde con queso, please, please, plis plis plis, report?
    --There are some reviews on youtube too, one with Carmen Aristegui...

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  4. So a person in Mexico murders 43 people and if they claim human rights violation they have a good shot at being set free? Unbelievable

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    1. 12:45 if they allege they were tortured and forced to confess and they said it right away when interrogated by the PGR and it was observed that they were tortured, of course, they go free, pending other charges, even the abarcas will be exhonerated, of the 43 disappearances, but not from other crimes, like the murder of arturo hernandez corona...

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    2. It would make sense that no confession could be used as evidence that was obtained by torture . Any criminal can claim evidence was obtained illegally . I think the has to be some proof of it being obtained illegally .

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    3. You've got to remember human rights are only valid for those who the government and court's say they are. If there's any doubting that just ask Dr. Manuel Mireles I'm quite sure he'd be able to write a book on losing one's human rights. If the Mexican people ever want to actually have a government by the people and for the people Mexico is going to have to go through a long and bloody transition but it can be done.

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  5. Is there such a thing called "Justice" in Mexico? I mean really. I know all countries have their issues but come on. The Phillipanes and their judicial executions for drug crimes is the only country worse off than Mexico at the moment IMO. But hey at least the citizens are happy.

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    1. Another dumbed-down American making a stupid comment about the Philippines!
      Is there any justice for the millions killed by America drones and jets and proxy wars!???
      Need a few brainwashed Americans to reply!

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    2. 12:07 Obviously you are the smart one here . Bet your in the USA by choice . Turn around and wipe the dust off your PHD and pour yourself another shot of Vodka or whatever it is you use to make yourself feel ok in your skin .
      Hope they star doing drone strike on cartel leaders after the election .

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    3. "Amerikkkan Extreme Unction" to send millions of people to their lord is compassionate.
      --duterte and his pig face are making room for the maquiladoras TPP will bring to philipines,
      --Alvaro Uribe velez did that and his millionaire sons now trade with Australia and all over the world, like la gaviota, they started working at a very young age...

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    4. That PHILIPINO President is a criminal himself. He should be executed and get a taste of his own medicine.

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  6. Mexico is one fucked up place!!! Give me 5 minutes with the scumbag and I will skin him like a rabbit.

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  7. But if he was tortured, then of course, not only his human right was violated, but also his testimony is not valid.

    When people are tortured they admit to everything.

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    1. That's why the Miranda Rights came about.
      Testimony acquired by police illegally is called "the fruit of the prohibited tree" and thrown out of court.
      Of course, this is not quite the case here, but a smart lawyer used the principle in Mexico.

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    2. Smart lawyers do not matter in mexico, family ties do, and since the investigators ain't found nothin, and since the case is cooold, it follows that the mexican government that was the ones that did this crime, is releasing their puppet fall guys one by one, they got US billions of dollars and weapons to prove who your daddy and do as they please, aaight?

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  8. Excellent! Shows Mexico has Human Rights and the rule of law!
    LMAO at the failed state!

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  9. Mexicos gods,los nuevos "Dioses" de mexico....Los pinches "Derechos Humanos"=Mexicos cancer....it would be very interesting to find out who funds those scumbags...they only defend criminals and attack the victims...chinguen a su madre that criminal organization.."Los Derechos Humanos" are evil people....

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  10. Mexican impunity at its worst

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  11. This is stupid. And Veracruz Fam. hired specialist from Guerrero to solve the mass grave scenerio hahahaha good luck. Guerrero doesn't even know who to charge in the 43 case.

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    1. When you have a little money, you can grease the wheels better and be treated better, "el que no transa no avanza", it is easier when you got the money and spend some...

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  12. This disgusts me so much. Why is Mexico like this???

    I don't want to criticize another country given that the US has so many problems as well (We allow powerful people like Hillary Clinton to also avoid justice), but who is this nobody to be able to escape justice like this? I want to vomit.

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  13. So disturbing. My heart goes out to the families of the students

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  14. News.jamedup.com/2016/03/02/mexican government seals records linked to gun battle which saw 42 cartel operatives killed...
    --The mexican institute for access to information classified the information and denied access to AP...
    --OLD NEWS, but I was not aware of it...OAS HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH director jose miguel vivanco pronounces the measure a step backwards...

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  15. Desde Tierra Caliente

    Se sentaron en la mesa del juez. Una Amparo y veinte rostros de Miguel Hidalgo que le dicen el significado de los derechos humanos.

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    1. Puros billetes de a cien pesos, $2 000.00 pesos mexicanos you mean? That is cien dolares, well that cheap, like una cancion mal tocada con los mariachis...

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    2. Desculpáme pero son billetes de mil pesos cada una.

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    3. I accept your apologies...but really I don't know mexican currency for a long time }:)

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  16. So if they let this guy go for calling the human rights bullshit flag, then why hasn't chapo thrown his flag into?? I guess matter of time...poor families, hopefully some brave parent kills him! Crossing my fingers! :) chop him up and burn him like they did the kids

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  17. Why is this not a surprise??

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  18. I like how there is only 11 comments on this story. Goes to show us all what people really care about and that's narco violence or riding a particular cartel's jock strap.

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    1. Sadly true.....and disappointingly so

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  19. Does any of this REALLY surprise anyone? This is Mexico. It's corrupt from the President down to the people. Basically it's a failed country and people. The real surprise is that some people can't see the truth.

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    1. 6:39 you probably did not see any people protesting all over mexico, and all over the world...
      --or the financing of the mexican murdering army and federal government by the US...

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    2. I grew up in PG County, which shares a border with Washington DC. The police in PG have a reputation for getting people to confess to crimes they didn't commit. Of course the people who confess are poor and can't afford good lawyers. And this is happening right next door to the US capital city. Brutal, incompetent policing is not just a Mexican problem. And we've got M13 here in the DC suburbs, so violent gangs are not just a Mexican problem.

      Mexico is not a failed country. The economy is stronger and people are better off than they were 20 years ago. The government works reasonably well for most people. But the criminal justice system is too weak to deal with gangs strengthened by money and guns from el Norte. Blame the political elite for that, but not the country and the people.

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  20. unbelievable! Will there be anyone left accountable for this horrendous crime? Military untouchable, mayor untouchable, police untouchable, now GU untouchable!! Who is left to be held responsible for this? Zero justice for for the 43 families of this nightmare!
    Thanks Lucio and all at bb
    Mn

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    1. It depends on who was/is the puppet master, the anti-corruption secretary of cover ups has decided epn is not guilty of fraud or corruption, keep looking and report...

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    2. Too true! But you forgot someone. The majors' wife. And then, there is the actions of the students themselves. Commandeering buses is not always the best way to make friends and influence people. I think they really fucked up when they unknowingly stole the wrong bus..

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    3. 1:15 the bus full of monarch butterflies? That is just another invention of the mexican pgr, the capos would just shoot up anybody in their way and recover their drugs, they do not trust anybody with the money or drugs.
      --Governments all over the world are trying to make transnational corporations happy and murdering their people, mexico is not to be an exception, ayotzinapa is on land mining companies want for the gold and the uranium, plus it is a school where the favorite extracurricular activity is to.criticize the mexican government and taking no BS from anyone, even now, the elite lawyers from the mexican government with their university education, debating skills, and experience as very polished liars and "parlamentarians" can't match the ayotzinapa students because the ayotzinapos have the truth on their side.
      --Read "La Guerra Que Nos Ocultan" do not be left outside in the dark and ignorant...

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