Sunday, October 23, 2016

Iguala Massacre: After 2 years, police chief captured...in Iguala

"Javier" Guest Reporter

CNS México, (National Security Agency) announced the arrest of former police chief of Iguala.  Felipe Flores was the police chief at the time of the Iguala Massacre in September 2014 that resulted in the killing of 6 people at the scene of the massacre and the kidnapping of 43 students 

The massacre gained global attention and outrage.  The students have never been found nor their remains.

The former police chief is charged with kidnapping and collusion with organized crime.

The arrest was conducted by the federal police and the agency CISEN, as he exited the Iguala home of his wife.  He was known to be a frequent visitor at the home, yet it took two years for the capture.


Maria, Abarca, and Flores
Flores is suspected in coordinating the attack on the students.  The former mayor José Luis Abarca and his wife Maria were arrested previously and charged in the case.  More than 130 arrests have been made in the the case, but the majority of those arrested have been released including the leader of Guerreros Unidos, the cartel directly involved.  Last month leader Sidronio Casarrbaias, was released, due to “human rights violations”.

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    1. Totally related to this article. 🙄

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  2. Too late,the international investigators are gone!Need another fall guy?In Iguala all along!

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    1. Flores is a 'fall guy'? This is like saying Hitler was a misunderstood painter.

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  3. And the propaganda goes on and on and on...
    --While the chief of poolice and his biiig nalgotas kidnapped the 43 students and ripped the face of Mondragon off his head, AND delivered the captives to the guerreros unidos:
    --marinas, army, wachos, federal, municipal and state poolice,.the CISEN, servicing secreto, guardias pesidenciales, SSP FEDERAL and estatal, ministerial, car washers and all the C4 WITNESSED THE WHOLE SHEBANG FROM A SAFE DISTANCE from LOS PINOS en el DF...
    --puras pinchis papas y mentiras.
    JAVIER:
    --Make me a report on the book:
    "LA GUERRA QUE NOS OCULTAN"

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  4. So if you're a cartel leader and they torture you in jail you get released, if you're a morally upright leader of a social movement (Doc Mireles) you languish in prison for years while your case is stalled. Easy to see who the Mexican Judical System sees as a threat and who they view as just "part of the plan".

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    1. Conclusion: all instances of the mexican government is on the side of the criminals, right? Yes, but how come it is like that??? Because Doc Mireles has not money and does not pay billions in bribes!

      Lets face it: if you where a government official, how would you have gotten there??? Yes exactly: by being appointed by other government officials occupied with filling their own pockets. You would be expected to do the same whilst passing on a cut to those which appointed you.

      If you suddenly would change your mind and choose to not want to play along: you would be warned, warned again (with reference to your family) and then you would be 'levantado' and never seen again. The official investigation would conclude an accident, sucide or violent robbery as the cause of death.

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    2. 11:25 sidronio had his centavitos and was able to buy his legal defense, and maybe the judge too, others must resort to more crime to make it up to themselves

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  5. Many of these pieces of garbage are corrupt. Not all but many, plata o plomo. He should get the electric chair, too bad Mexico doesn't have it.

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    1. 11:58 mexico does not have electric chairs, but the chicharras and cattle prods they get up people's arses make up for the lack of chairs.
      "Muestra video tortura en la procuradoria de Tlaxcala"
      Ex- policias denuncian vejaciones/ noticias mvs...
      Police officers that passed their "accreditations" were tortured and forced to confess to kidnappings and extortion, even if they proved they were somewhere else, the idea was to purge them out of the force to male room for corrupt officers that needed the jobs to cover up for their real vocation, kidnapping murdering sicarios of government, aka Death Squads, which have no room for Boy Scouts...
      --El sol de Tlaxcala: "Caen mando policia cos por dirigir "secuestros express"...

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  6. ok so he violated the human rights of 49 persons on one night, deduct one of the murder charges and keep this bastard in prison.

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    1. 12:06 maybe Sidronio did not do it, the government would not be covering it up, defending her...

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  7. It surprises me at how evil people can look so ordinary and benign at times.

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    1. I'm surprised how many people "se la comen cruda" and go for the fall guys...there was one soldier kidnapped and disappeared with the 43, but his phone kept ringing, and has been tracked to battallion 27 headquarters in iguala after the students were kidnapped, cienpedos says he "absolutely denies that"
      --Julio Cesar mondragón's cellphone also was used later in campo de golf in campo militar #1 and at CISEN...
      No student has been proven to have made the acquaintance of the municipal poolice chief or having had their cellphones near his.

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    2. Its called "THE BANALITY OF EVIL"
      Old dicho

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  8. Ya..that big, fat, ugly bastard has been skulking around Iguala for two years. At least he's caught now. Who wants to bet that he'll be released within the month? That's progress......jaja

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    1. Yes, that is what people have been saying since the Iguala killings. I don't know if it will be a month, but I agree, which is why he was arrested, to settle the issue. Same as most all the others.

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    2. WTF!!!! How are all these criminals getting out of jail? Lots of Mexican judges must be getting very rich. What a farce!!

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    3. 4:40 and you ain't seen anything yet baby, not one of the real kidnappers of the disappeared ayotzinapos has been found, and cienpedos and epn and MAO CHÓN don't seem to have any plans to solve this case...

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    4. @ Chivis; yes, that was my point. Who knows how long it will take a judge to release him on a technicality. I bet that he won't spend a month in custody. Once he's released...the game is on again....smh

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  9. Mirar Morir (Watching Them Die) is THE documentary you need to see if you are interested in the case. It's on Netflix.

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    1. The absolute best made to date. Finding Borderland Beat mainpage in the middle of the film was a surprise.

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2016/10/the-mexican-army-watching-them-die.html

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  10. He missed 2 payments to Nieto's henchmen and refused any more payments. He is as good as done.

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  11. Public servant martyrs the Abarcas remain imprisoned, and they did not do the 43, it was the federal government to stop the protests about MEXICO 68'S MURDERING OF TLALTELOLCO BY LUIS ECHEVERRIA, GUSTAVO DIAZ ORDAZ and their military, poolice and paramilitari... all carefully supervised by "Our Man in Mexico", Win Scott and his collaborator, DFS boss fernando gutierrez barrios.
    free the Abarcas!!!
    --And put them right back in prison for all their other crimes...

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  12. what cartel is he linked to?

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    1. Los Viejillos Chochos cartel. Don Cheto es el Carrancas #1

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  13. Organized crime mt ASS! The students weren't protesting the cartels! This was a Federal execution!
    Sell that cartel shit to your fuckin moms stupid Mexican government!

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  14. read the

    article 10:20

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