Wednesday, January 25, 2017

"Justice? " for 22 civilians killed in Tlatlaya case

Posted by DD Republished in Part from material from Mexico News Daily

 
Scene of the Tlatlaya massacre
The ministerial police tortured the three survivors of the 2014 killings

Four former investigators with the State of México Attorney General’s office were sentenced yesterday to three years and eight months in jail and fined 100,000 pesos each (US $4,700) for torturing survivors of the Tlatlaya Massacre.

The former ministerial police officers did not contest the charges against them, which stemmed from the torture of three women arrested after a clash between soldiers and presumed criminals in San Pedro Limón, Tlatlaya, in June 2014.

The clash was initially described as an ambush by the Army, which resulted in a gun battle that left 22 civilians dead. But evidence surfaced soon after that most of the alleged criminals had been executed.

Justice dispensed so far (2 1/2 years later): 

**Eight soldiers were charged in connection with the case, but seven have since been released for lack of evidence.

** One served a year-long sentence after being convicted of disobedience.
 
**Each of the four police sentenced yesterday must also pay reparation to the victims of 13,980 pesos  (US $650) in addition to the 3 year 8 month prison  sentence and $100,000 pesos fine to the state. (They were not charged with any of the 22 murder cases, only for torturing the 3 survivors)

Three other officers were also charged but they have chosen to dispute the charges.

The torture victims in the case, now widely known as the Tlatlaya Massacre, later gave evidence that many of those killed by soldiers had been killed after they surrendered.

Has justice been served?


60 comments:

  1. What a mess.
    -Sarai Fan Club

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  2. It's nice 2 see when synchronicity happens here. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Hehe, glad to see you looked up Carl Jung.
      -X

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    2. 7:49 yeah, yeah, come together, if you'll have to fake it...

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    3. @9:19 AM alias -solplendilo, IS @9:12 AM -Sarai Fan Club
      Commenting 7 minutes later, before her comment was posted...
      Atentamente -Carl Jung

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    4. 1:41 Play time is over, vente a comer hijo.
      -Albert Bandura

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  3. N no Justice for the 43 or Dr.Mireles??? The forgotten!

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    1. Justice in México...are u serious...

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    2. As for the 43 ? It's like Malaysia airline that went down somewhere? No real answer.
      The forgotten!!!!!!!

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  4. To cry for justice in Mexico against those in uniform is a waste of what is left of your life!

    Hell, events in last couple of years show that the cops here in the US and our soliders abroad have carte blanche to do what they want, so in Mex it just gotta be that much worse.

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  5. Chapo is a low scumbag bag for doing this

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    1. Chapo is a pedophile he has done worse and mexico will pay for that wall

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  6. off topic but worth a read - this article about El Nieto meeting with El Donaldo 1/31 in DC to discuss their new cartel. Super critical...of Nieto. https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/01/trumps-accomplice-in-mexico/514430/

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  7. Justice has been served Mexican Style baby

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    1. Amen,kill all the scumbags. .

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  8. Before anyone starts opening their mouth and saying crap that all narcos should be executed, tortured and what not remember that in the U.S. their is a somewhat silent but growing movement to end the death penalty in all states. This has led even to the state of Texas having it's lowest execution rate last year than in many previous years. My point is that alot of people in the U.S. and many in this comments page are quick to talk shit about wishing the worst to MEXICAN narcos yet in their own country are pursuing the abolishment of giving death to some rather disgusting Americans in many caes even. Always a double standard for Americans everywhere.

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    1. 3:18 Some americans have high standards, and some don't.
      One problem is when some americans pick up the fallen standards of greedy fascist neo nazis and maniacs and chicken hawks to help themselves to the country's venison with golden spoons, then they steal the golden flatware too.
      Believe it or not, a great majority of Americans of any race
      are not like that, not at all...

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    2. wrong. the death penalty in the US is still highly supported. the only reason Texas had a low rate of excited was because the drug used for lethal injection was scares. many states could not find a replacement drug to use as a method of execution. and being that Texas favored lethal injection it was the only reason manyou inmates were held over. get your facts straight. - El sol ardido

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    3. I approve the death penalty here in America. I approve of strickter sentences for anyone involved in drug trafficking. I approve of any and all individuals who engage in criminal activities to bear the responsibility and consequences.
      So please with the pity for these ass holes. They kill millions with there poison and turf wars. Destroy families and communities.
      No justification for there activities.

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    4. Thats crap. Double standard for mexicans. Mx can protect its southern border and its fine we do it and we are called racists.

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    5. Sorry, there is NO silent movement. Just liberal quacks like you.

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    6. Man, quit being a Mexican narco nut hugger, sounds like you may be one or your are related to one. Criminals, killers and cartels have no place in society and should all be eliminated so that honest, decent hard working people can live a long beautiful and happy life with their families. Noarcos are nothing but a bunch of lazy and worthless idiots that prefer a life of crime than working like the decent common people.

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    7. Texas now has life without parole as the alternative to the death penalty, whereas prior to life without parole, the punishment for capital murder life sentence was 40 calendar years, and people spendong the rest of their natural life in prison is the only reason why the rates of the death penalty have dropped in Texas.

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    8. Life without parole is too costly and humane for these scumbags. Tax dollars can be spent more wisely instead of housing!!!!

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    9. Actually, sworn testimony by mitigation experts in court on capital murder cases proves that it is actually cheaper to house people for life than to put them to death after all the costs are calculated. My observations stem from over two decades of criminal trial work both as a prosecutor and defense attorney in Texas.

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    10. Life imprisonment protect white supremacists from the consequences of their crimes, people ware getting wise.to the impunity and the delays in their cases since some of their favote sons murdered James byrd Jr by chaining him alve and dragging behind a truck on the road u til he died, his head got severed from his body in the effort, texas had a hard ti.e prolonging the appeals to save the lives of the 3 criminals.
      --Please stop bragging about "texas law", they also have not cleared JFK'S MURDER, TEXAS?

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    11. Lawrence Brewer was tried, convicted, sentenced to death and executed for the death of Mr. Byrd. So shut up about what you know nothing of. Ignorant moonbat.

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  9. Life is cheap in Mexico.

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  10. And No justice for Dr. Mireles or the 43? The forgotten!

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    1. Dr Mireles is a political prisoner. Combating the government for securing its citizens which Mexican government officials reluctantly refused to do.

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    2. Poor Dr., when's President Pena let him out.when is president Pena stop all this cartel Karp. He has been there 4 years

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  11. its a failed state for most and so maybe you the people should ask for the un/eu to support you.as lay in comfy bed my heart feels for those how can not. and crazy world where boys/girls have children at an age when them themselves are just young adults.mexico stand up for children and justice because the wall protects america but what about those in mexico.cudaite

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    1. Mexico is a failed state. Mexicos issues began when political leaders, parties and officials were keen to bribery. It was a norm to pay the policeman when driving for a suspected infraction. In other words: lunch money. Now it's embedded in every government institution.
      Mexico has yet to bear the issues once deportations commence. Houndreds of thousands of unwanted citizens back into Mexico. With little economic growth and employment , I fear that a good percentage will revert to criminal activities to sustained themselves.
      Mexico needs restructuring at its highest levels. Mexico has so much to offer and yet continues to avoid what's necessary.
      It's become a narco state. Where it's economic strength relies on narcotics than manufactured goods. Instead of investing in job growth and better wages. Expect the minimum income to ludicrous income of narcotics to appeal. Something is better than nothing. Unfortunately.......

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    2. I've looked up definitions of "failed state" and judging by the above two post most don't know what it encompasses.
      -X

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    3. 12:15-You didn't finish your post?Please elaborate.I'm interested.

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    4. @Canadiana, I don't think the two posters know what a failed state is since under the various definitions Mexico seems not to have crossed a certain threshold yet. A lot of readers also use "narco state" as if it were synonymous with "failed state". Saludos.
      -X

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    5. 1:36 well, some itelecshuals can't help the premature withdrawal and worse, by then it's too late. Google it yerself

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    6. Poor mexico? It has been discovered that mexican soldiers had women imprisoned in homes for their exclusive pleasures,
      The perps have been identified but got removed from the area to protect them, "they are 'the melitary'..."

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  12. That's justice....well mexico of course

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  13. ** One served a year-long sentence after being convicted of disobedience.

    I have to say, if I were a Mexican cop I would not be surprised if people did not obey me. It seems odd that Mexican police expect respect and trust (required to be obedient) seeing that their colleagues are of the most vicious and corrupt type.

    If the criminal and I wear the same uniform, I would expect them to fight back.

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  14. Everything is cheap in mexico. That's the problem...the hell is 600$ here in U.S..you can make that working minimum wage full time...but 600$ in mexico is a good amount of money..well not "a lot" but you know what i mean...but no i don't think justice was served, at least not enough of it...people are so much more humble in Mexico than in U.S... :(

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  15. No 1 was charged with murder even though there was evidence from the 3 survivors whom some of the soldiers were charged for torturing them.They lived to tell the tale but if there is a next time the military will be sure to leave NO survivors.[dead men don't talk or women].

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  16. Screw all 22 cockroaches that were killed. Those cockroaches are cartel killers and deserve instant justice.

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    1. 2:45 those 22 were killers?
      How do you know?
      --The crime scene says MURDER on all cases, pendejo,
      --human rights and forensics experts say MURDER, pendejo,
      And we here said murder from the first report just by the looks of it, then the witnesses started talking, and it was MURDER AGAIN, pendejo...

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    2. Mexican porn show, their melitary murder innocent citizens and when they get discovered the fix a price on each victim and decide the soldiers are not guilty, the worst part is finding some cicksockers that still believe the mexican army or marinas or polesia federal are somehow "heros".

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  17. I like the word of Tlatlaya, it sounded n seemed like in south east asia atmosfhere.. I hope justice n peace coming to the beautiful municipality of Tlatlaya..

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  18. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador nickname AMLO 2018. Aga mexico lindo otraves. Regla las problemas. Make mexico great again

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  19. Unfortunately it's not a perfect system. Military confrontations with known individuals who have killed officials and are notorious for their activities. I bear no harsh judgment against the Mexican government. Funny how these criminals cry fowl for being mistreated. What of the individuals who they killed or tortured or extorted? We're there cries heard?
    I will always applaud a contained roundup in any way possible against these criminals. They know the consequences for there activities.

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    1. 7:01 anybody could accuse you of being a criminal and a narco,
      --Would you approve of your paying for your crimes imputed to you without your knowledge?
      Do not applaud pendejadas, some day they may hit you in the ass.

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  20. Off subject do you think mex gov is regretting extraditing chapo to the U.S. because of all trumps bullshit?

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  21. I think justice is the last thing on Mexican government minds right now. They're probably drawing up plans on the easiest way to get things through a 15 foot wall.

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    1. Same thing that the United States do when it comes to their soldiers and police officers. No one ever do time when they kill innocent people.

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    2. I have a 45 feet ladder, there are also ropes and magnets to climb iron fences, and movable cranes and cannons for bullet men, tunnels, barges, submarines, tourism passports, canadaIan borders, municipal airports, and personal transportation devices through water, air and land, and don't let me really start imagining shit.

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    3. There are those little helicopters and airplanes, remote controlled, they can fly by night, and single personal air carriers mounted on bicycles, or small motorcycles, against the main thing, no shortage of pendejos that believe in a facking wall, 'n then the grifa mortars...

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  22. Mediocre justice in a kangaroo court and only because the US government got wind of this otherwise this whole tragedy would have been swept under the carpet. I keep telling you, Mexican politicians only care about two things themselves and their bank accounts. Mexico es puro pinche circo y los politicos son los payasos.

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  23. When the wall is completed Mexicanos will enter the US through the main gate with a $15,000 customs fee :)

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    1. We won't pay diddly squat, we will send our legal taco trucks to all the corners of all the crumbs' towers towers instead, as ambassadors of good will

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    2. 3:07 man, there will be so many moskas, they will be shitting all over the golden towers of babelonia.

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  24. How can the state fine be bigger than the amount paid to the victims of these murdered individuals? Isnt there a human rights group or victim advocates to help the families of victims

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    1. 7:49 there are human rights organizations, civil defense, public defenders, consumer defenders, all paid by the government that tells them what is up and what to do.

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