Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Two Catholic Priests Kidnapped from Church and Killed

Translated by Chuck B Alamada for Borderland Beat from a 24 HORAS article
Tuesday 20, September, 2016

VERACRUZ-This morning (Tuesday September 20), armed men forced their way into a Catholic church located in Poza Rica, Veracruz with the intention of kidnapping two priests. Hours later, the lifeless bodies of the two priests were located near a placed called “La Curva del Diablo” (the devil’s curve). According to reports, a group of armed men arrived at the Nuestra Senora de Fatima church in the Petromex neighborhood where they kidnapped priests, Alejo Nabor Jimenez Juarez and Jose Alfredo Juarez de la Cruz and their assistant.

Photo Courtesy of 24 Horas
Neighbors of the church notified police of the kidnapping and an operation to find them was launched.

Minutes later, the assistant was located alive near the Poza Rica-Papantla roads with obvious wounds. It was determined that the assistant was able to escape his captors. Hours later, the bodies of the two priests were found also near the Poza Rica-Papantla road, in the Reforma Escolin community located within the Papantla municipality.

Both priests were tied and showed obvious signs of multiple gunshot wounds in different parts of the body to include the face.

Photo courtesy of El MUNDO
According to the Centro Catolico Multimedial, there have been 14 priests and one seminary student murdered as well as two priests that remain missing in Mexico since President Enrique Pena Nieto took power in 2012.  

Veracruz is currently the bloody stage that has witnessed a war between Los Zetas and Jalisco Nueva Generacion which both seek to take over the narcotics trafficking routes to the US, the theft of fuel from PEMEX, as well as kidnappings, extortions against residents and migrants from Central America.

46 comments:

  1. No puede el mencho controlar ninguna plaza por un lado los templarios le esta matando a su gente en michoacan i tijuana el cds i el caf , i en veracruz la ultima letra a ese piojo piojoso

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    1. 8:04 y que chingados tiene que ver la mencha con el asesinato de dos curas y el ataque a su ayudante?
      --Dejó la mencha un video o un carton o manta afirmando que su cartel hizo esa chingadera?
      I can tell you, preaching the "Teologia de la Liberacion", just being accused of it, has cost many priests their lives in LatinAmerica already, to barbarian anti-guerrilla paramilitary and military forces doing dirty work for the government, and these forces usually are.commanded by graduates or disciples of the schools of the Americas franchises, the idea is to sow terrorism sponsored by the state, the point is: I don't know, ask the government...they usually unleash the terror and come to punish the citizens, torturing some until they confess, and they are making all kind of laws to enhance their powers, like ley bala, ley mordaza, ley fayad, ley noti nojes, y la ley "no me arrebates la bandera tan juerte, brutooo" de la gobernadora manoella velasco coello, now a famous teacher murderer and tormentor...from chiapas...

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    2. Te equivocas paisa, en tj tienen un pacto el caf y los cjng pos' en que cueva has estado ?

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    3. Que estas fumando guey si no sabes nada no pongas nada aqui

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    4. 10:03 are you talkin' to ME?

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    5. Are YOU, talkin' to Me?

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  2. Is this ISIS in Iraq? Completely unacceptable folks. Someone needs to declare war on these DTO's. No forgiveness here please or it just continues.

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    1. DTO's????
      You must be a cop!

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    2. Good people get killed.
      Assholes enjoy their lives.
      Mexico.

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    3. Regardless if he is or isn't a cop he has a good point. Mexico used to be a good place for everyone but these DTO's have fucked everything up for everyone. War against all those shit bags would be great for the hard working people of Mexico.

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    4. Wake up; smell the coffee. 'War was declared' on the DTO's. It just has not been effective. The US needs to fund prevention/education efforts not just fun'in and gun'in.

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    5. Javier duarte de ochoa covering up his tracks, by the way the priests work with the poor, but epn's secretary in charge of ending poverty (or at least fighting it, "say NO to poverty") ROSARIO ROBLES, stole the "money for the poor" programs and now is murdering the poor in cahoots with duarte de ochoa and epn, there is nobody more miserable than duarte, epn and Rosario Robles in veracruz, they want no competitors there.

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    6. Many drug traffickers into Santería. What do you think is going on in all these Yerberias? Plus all the low level drug traffickers i know about are also addicts. Esp. Ice. Crazy people. Dangerous to everybody. Govt Can clean house like they did in central América.

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    7. I agree...I've said it before in a post...some billionaire should hire some ex navy seals and they should erase the top people of these cartels that do these types of killings of innocent people...period

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  3. Let's see if they move as fast as they did when CAF killed the Cardinal

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    1. 8:40 the guadalajara archdiocese, the new cardinal, their investigators and Lawyers have concluded that:
      --the "CAF" did not murder cardinal juan jose posadas ocampo
      --they did not shoot at el chapo
      --"somebody else" set them up to be at the airport at that time
      --it was a crime of state forged by pgr jorge carpizo mc gregor
      --policia judicial federal shot and killed the cardinal and his driver more than 10 times each, and the car about 40 times, it was no stray bullets anywhere there but the ones that hit the car.
      --benjamin arellano felix refuses to talk about it
      --el chapo guzman refuses to talk about it
      --the mexican government in its infinite stupidity says CAF was trying to kill el chapo, AND arrests and imprisons el chapo.
      --the job was done ordered and carried away by and for "presidente" carlos salinas de gortari, the pope knows, the PGR knows, but it is all a OK...
      --Don't let the bad guys perpetuate their lies...

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  4. Wow,, serious scumbags killing priests, esta una especial lugar en infierno para ellos

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  5. The article mentioned that the cartels are fighting for control of routes to the US, kidnappings and theft from PEMEX. What it doesn't mention, and most articles don't , is the fact that Mexicans are becoming drug addicts just as much, if not more, than the US counterparts. The cartels are now fighting for control of plazas to sell the the residents. There is a lot of money to be made there.

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    1. Right on , been seeing this with my own eyes for years now , no family is immune to the scourge , here or in Mexico and wherever else this crap is peddled all over the world. Dinero less drug addicts everywhere , kids I have known since they were babies and I know how good they were raised, parents too.........abuelos rolling in their graves. it's all just so sick.
      Also , I just cannot understand who or why the narcos or dealers are lacing their drugs that kills their customers /consumers , that just a stupid business plan.
      As for the poor priests: hey we can't just assume they were pedophiles. Good Priests and Nuns all over have tried to help the poor, sick , dying, families and political prisoners all over Latin America and elsewhere for years.

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    2. 9:36 isn't it funny how as mexico gets "privatized" drug addiction and drug trafficking is the only thing left for those biiig baaad evil mexicans?
      Well, that is besides emigrating, kidnapping, extortion, plaza quotas or paramilitary jobs don't dirty jobs for the mexican government, their federal or fuerza estatales, or the army and marinas trying to save mexico from the poor by getting rid of them, all going as planned a while ago, since contraceptives politics did not "work" now they are trying depopulation by other means.
      Feel free to go and murder ten mexicans a day, the porer the better, they must be all drug addicted traffickers, them millionaire poor mexicans "with a lot of money to be made there"

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  6. Why are priests being murdered? Is this plata o plomo? I'm just stunned and can't think of a reason why priests would have to die. I know thousands of innocent people who are not priests disappear or are murdered also, but this keeps getting more sad and horrifying.

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    1. Priests often speak against cartels openly.

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    2. read the article i just posted at the end it has reasons

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    3. OR books: Weakness and Deceit by Raymond Bonner
      may explain some of it for you, about the consequences of secrecy on american foreign policy blunders, one of them murders of jesuit priests and american nuns including rapes and cover-ups by us government in the name of national security while the US gvernment's pays for the extreme right murdering campaigns all over the world, yesterday on el salvador, and chile and argentina, and today in mexico...
      Also: The Diplomat and the Killer by Raymond Bonner/
      theatlantic.com

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  7. Carry me to my grave When at long last my journey has ended On the path that leads from here into oblivion And no more sorrow can weigh me down.

    . Pallbearer


    - El Sol Perdido

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  8. Well, well.. What's next? They already killed padre goyo. Who's next, padre pistolas? .. It is about time to take those drones out General Stalin.. Convoys in mountains, sierras, ranches at anytime easy peasy, make yourself a hero by getting rid of, of the rabid rats, the average mexicans want results, the ONU has nothing to say about that, ho'ho'ho'...

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    1. They did kill Goyo but not Goyo of Michoacan

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    2. Padre goyo "of michoacan" now says he can help Dr Mireles get released IF HE STOPS FACKING AROUND WITH HIS 'AUTODEFENSAS' RIGHT NOW"

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  9. Since you write about kidnapping, here is an article on similar subject from BBC Europe:
    "Spanish football chief's niece killed after kidnapping" in Mexico.
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37427495

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  10. Unless these two priests were moonlighting as sicarios for a rival drug gang, what kind of monsters would do that to men who stand for God and peace. Fuckin tweeked out drunk sociopaths! I hope their inevitable death is slow and painful.

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  11. Despicable cowardly thugs. I am sorry for the fear, pain and loss of life for these two sons of God.

    _Canadian girl

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  12. they said they got picked up by men in black suits

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    1. Fuerzas estatales del "mando unico"?

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  13. Spanish football chiefs sieve was also kidnapped and killed in Mexico after the ransom paid was lower then what they asked.

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  14. Guys, I have found the solution for dealing with Mexico's cartel problems. His name is Rodrigo Duterte. If we can find a way to get him to come to Mexico after his current term in the Phillipenes I am fairly certain he'll rid us of this scum in very short order!

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    1. Get the fuck outta here things in Mexico will never be fixed as long as there is money to make

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    2. 8:59 the more totalitarian extremist regimes push, the more BS we get, and many blame young misguided mexican maids and landscapers.
      I blame US Foreign politics...

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  15. The narcotraficantes do not consider Catholic Priests untouchable. As widespread worship of Jesus Malverde and Santa Muerte sweep across Mexico, established Catholicism will lose power and authority.

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    1. Periests are the only people with the balls to tell anyone that Santeria is wrong as well as narcotics! They pay the prise for trying to educates ingorant peasants! These are martirs in the truest sense.

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  16. Killing priests is on the same level as killing a 5 year old child.

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    1. Not sure about Mexico but in US, if your caught killing priests or kids once you are locked up you won't last long. The powers that be clean up that mess. Most of these scumbags have no choice but to PC up. And even then they eventually get handled.

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  17. I will re-post an article of Lucio about dozens of priest being killed in Mexcio under EPN

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    1. Thank you, Chivis. I had no idea this was happening. So disheartening.

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  18. I have nothing but respect for this operation and its articles are top notch and have always played in a field and style that doesn't fail to immerse.. could one request be looked at and maybe a feature implemented maybe, could within each article could a silhouette of the nation with a dot where these happenings occurred be included in the layout of articles? I sometimes get confused and I am often ignorant as to where some of these cities are located,l I just think it would be good to familiarize those who may not know but, who are interested in the happenings in this never-ending drug-war that is feeding your citizens into the grinder

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    1. Get yerself a big map boy, then look for the city or town, state and country, use a push pin for each city you look up.

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