Friday, January 13, 2017

Professor's murder was 10th linked to the Autonomous University of Guerrero in a year

Posted by DD republished from Mexico News Daily

DD:  I can understand the the rationale of cartels murdering the 3 priest and four catechists affiliated with the Catholic Church in 2016  perceiving them as enemies.  The same rationale for the 46 journalists they murdered in 2016.  But what could rheir rationale for murdering the 10  with links to UAG?

Soccer team mourns the death of a teammate.
Coworkers and friends said goodbye this week to two of the most recent victims of the ongoing violence in Guerrero: a university professor and her teenage son.

Jeany Rosado Peña, faculty member at the Autonomous University of Guerrero (UAG), was kidnapped and murdered on Sunday. Her corpse was left on the shoulder of the Papagayo bridge, on the road between the state capital Chilpancingo and Acapulco.

In her Chilpancingo home, officials found the corpses of her 14-year-old son, Isaac Daniel Cabrera Rosado, and her husband, Nicéforo Cabrera, a physician at a local IMSS hospital.

According to the university’s faculty workers’ union, 10 people linked to the university were murdered last year.


Friends and coworkers of Rosado said their last farewell to her Tuesday, but they also had a message for Governor Héctor Astudillo concerning what they see as rampant insecurity in the state capital.

“. . . violence and insecurity are affecting us all, and the government is to blame because it does nothing to ensure our safety,” declared David Molina Francisco of the faculty workers’ union.

“It is time to put a stop to aggression against us and to start demanding that the government put a stop to the violence, because it is the government who protects criminals,” he continued.

A second ceremony took place at the stadium where Rosado’s son, the goalkeeper on an under-15 soccer team, used to play.

Uniformed teammates paid homage by running a lap around the field with his casket before placing it in the goal he used to defend.

“We are outraged by what happened, especially because it was a boy they killed,” said one of the team’s managers.

An estimated 1,000 people — students, teachers and administrative staff — marched this morning in Chilpancingo to demand justice for Rosado and her family. They gave the state government 48 hours to come up with results from its investigation, otherwise demonstrations will continue.
 

44 comments:

  1. My heart aches for Mexico! Take your country back. Force your corrupt government to pass the equivalent of the 2nd Amendment and then take your beautiful country back any way you have to. I'd be willing to guess that quite a few yanks may pitch in. The pinche government is the biggest cartel.

    Finesse

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    1. It takes lots of huevos and courage to do that,I just dont think they have what it takes to start a revolucion,The most important step to take is to get rid of Los Derechos Humanos(Mexicos cancer),those scum have the mexican people captive,they only protect the freakin criminals and thugs.You get rid of Los Derechos Humanos cartel all else falls in place....

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    2. THE PEOPLE OF MEXICO HAVE GOT TO FORGET THE GOVERNMENT AND FIX MEXICO THEMSELVES. REVOLUTION!!! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH .

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    3. What the fu*k is going on with this Mexican government ?!

      It can't do one thing right !

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    4. 6:06 como no, ya llevanj como 300 000 muertos, 50 000 desaparecidos, mas de 1 000 000 000.00 de dolares en prestamos Internacionales, todo el dinero se lo han robado, también pemex, lo vendieron, no les han pagado, pero ya se chingaron todo el dinero también, y todavia siguen ahi de calientes

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    5. Given half a chance many yanks would help,no matter what many here like to think

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    6. It does do one thing right, it protects it's criminals . And gives sociopaths freedom to explore the darkest depths of human nature. To elevate the body of Satan . It's much worse then you could ever imagine. Ave Ave Versus Christos

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    7. 11:22 use the Pancho Villa poster where he says "I WANT YOU TO JOIN ME!" and put together the campaign fot the Peace brigades for Mexico, everybody welcome and March into the border states capitals, if lucky we may get a million man march, ready? Some people my even GoFund you

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  2. I wonder if cartels are extorting university professers and her husband was a doctor,maybe hospitals too?Anything for a buck or it couldbe activist stuff which is rampant in universities.

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    1. Intimidation through elimination keeps the oppositors of privatizing the universities and all the education in mexico on their toes, dancing to the tune epn wants them to, activist professors are not wanted, and murdering one or two at a time keeps them all in line, if they were not doing any activist work but they still get killed, imagine what is in store for the ones that are agitators...

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    2. Everyone is pretty much fair game,if you work to try to support your family or if you own a business,you are or will be paying extortion fees,hell even the kids washing windows and selling newspapers have to pay money to the cartels.If you decide not to pay chances are you end up dead and the criminals rarely get caught,they estimate that 99% of the crimes go unsolved in mexico.Its very sad times for the good people of Mexico and do as you please for the corrupt politicians and cartels.In the end Mexico is slowly been destroyed and Pena Nieto just sits and watches,and probably laughs...

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    3. @6:42 You are wrong amigo. EPN usually doesn't just sit and watch and laugh when there is a crisis. He plays golf. When the people took to the streets protesting the gasolinazo EPN went to the Pacific coast and played golf at the exclusive Estrella de Mar hotel complex in Mazatlan. It's been a pattern in other crisis including the "missing 43" scandal.

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  3. “because it is the government who protects criminals“ and collects billions in bribes from the criminals.

    How on earth can anybody in their sane mind expect the government to stop the criminals when they are the ones filling the officials greedy pockets?

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  4. Thank the good Lord when Trump is in office he is going to label all Mexican DTO's as terrorist organizations giving our US military the authority needed to cross borders and defend these borders against these useless cartel cockroaches.

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    1. @5:25 You said "giving our US military the authority needed to cross borders". That sounds like a polite or politically correct way to say we have the authority to invade Mexico. I don't think that will happen but if it did explain how they will defend out borders from inside Mexico. Do they go from town to town and village to village (where the people don't want them there) and they are somehow going to find the bad guys. I think you need to come up with another solution for defending our borders.

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    2. The US can't defend it's borders because they would need to take over all the other LatinAmerican country and treat every LatinAmerican like a US citizen, the wages and the votes the LatAms would steal away from the owners of the US make that prohibitive, forgetaboutit...

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    3. The US will cross the borders to capture wanted federal cartel members, to engage in battle at cartel training encampments and to assist in targeting hierarchy as they do now in the Middle East & Afghanistan in that war on terrorism. No doubt drones will play an active part and cartel leaders homes and hangouts will be raided and/or blown up upon confirmation. There will be collateral damage but as always, it is to be expected. We do it now all over the Middle East & Afghanistan and the Mexican DTO's will have deep second thoughts about engaging or pissing off the US military. Interdiction will be a constant daily event and if that means border crossing, so be it, this will happen too. If US military soldiers are fired upon it is an act of war and once again the full authority and might of the US military will be available to crush the cartel uprisings. This is International Law and the Mexican government has no authority to oppose or countermand the US's authority. Defending the borders means crossing them to engage, capturing and/or killing terrorist combatants (in this case cartel members or associates).

      "There will be no quick or easy end to this conflict. At the same time, the United States, will not allow itself to be held hostage by terrorists. Combating terrorism and securing the U.S. homeland from future attacks are our top priorities. But they will not be our only priorities. This strategy supports the National Security Strategy of the United States. As the National Security Strategy highlights, we live in an age with tremendous opportunities to foster a world consistent with interests and values embraced by the United States and freedom-loving people around the world. And we will seize these opportunities --The United States will constantly strive to enlist the support of the international community in this fight against a common foe. If necessary, however, we will not hesitate to act alone, to exercise our right to self-defense, including acting preemptively against terrorists to prevent them from doing harm to our people and our country. THIS INCLUDES DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS."

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    4. I agree, this new administration wants to shutdown the Mexican drug gangs quickly and efficiently. Never count out the obvious when that is the only option. Guantanamo Bay can house many a cartel terrorist. I sense the cartel violence will diminish drastically with the threat from American soil by the military and private contractors already forming.

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    5. I for one am on-board for combat missions. The obliteration of cartels bit by bit will even boost the Mexican economy and more trusted police training and members may occur since it will be done under American supervision. Not a territorial occupation but like what is known as a snatch and grab or hit and run. Get them when they are least expecting it in their own homes and on their own turf.

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    6. i understand there are special ops teams that have been training for these missions. Finally maybe a solution but the consequences of another war?????Wow! Imagine possible civilian casualties!!!

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    7. The mexican people would gladly welcome any liberating force that could bring peace and security. I doubt we will ever see that type of action by us. But the violence and corrupción is bleeding into us.

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    8. @4:12 I don't think you know or understand the Mexican people very well. I've lived here in Mx. for the last 20 years and few, if any, would welcome US Troops on the ground in Mexico. The last poll or survey that I saw showed between 60 and 70 percent were opposed to American military boots on the ground to help fight the cartels

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    9. @ 6:17 PM, it is not what is opposed to the Mexican population by polls, surveys or anything else for that matter. The US has the sovereign power and right to defend her borders and should it be by military force then that is how it shall be. It is not up to the citizens how an incursion or war is fought. They do not make up the consensus of how the US operates to protects its citizens and borders. It is only a matter of time before we cross into Mexico to start handling the situation.

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    10. All said like a trooper.Even though the Mexican people may disagree to the US cleaning house[it's a country pride thing] it would be in their best interests.Yes there will be casualties but there already is blood letting of innocents now only worsening.The biggest reason that it's in Mexican people's interest is because it's out of the hands of the Mexican politician's hand of protection and that says everything.They [Mexican gov]can shrug their shouders and say it's out of their hands to the criminals without worrying anout their families so in this case it's no longer about silver or lead.

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    11. I think in some case(s) the USA's military will be involved. But right now the idea is to deploy private security contractors. These groups have been training for years and are compromised of the ex-military and paramilitary fighters. All they are waiting for is the order to go. Forget myths and bullshit, this is the real deal and a fight against terrorism. Look at the recent nightclub shooting at the Blue Parrot Club in Playa del Carmen. It associates "narco killings" but worldwide and now under Trump it was a planned terrorist attack and will be dealt with as such after the inauguration. Who is fooling who? It happens in France it is a terrorist attack, it happens in Germany it is a terrorist attack. Now it happens in Mexico and EPN differentiates to protect himself, but to the eyes of the beholder it was a planned terrorist attack and the perpetrators will be hunted down and no doubt by American personnel.

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    12. @9:24 Canadiana, what gives the US the right to decide what is best for the citizens of Mexico.

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    13. Only if they ask for help of course.It would have to get pretty bad like slaughtering politicians more than the common folk.

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    14. Well, the peoe of iraq, afghanistan, iran, palestinians, laos, cambodia, vietnam, korea, bangladesh, syria, yugoslavia, Croatia, lebanon and many many others "asked for help" and they just got hell...I remember the US even got all the help they needed for the coalition to invade Grenada...
      --All that is needed is that the US please stop arming and financing the mexican government, the people will take care of business, and even maybe become friends again with the US...

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  5. I do agree with the Anonymous post: the right to bear arms and take back your country. The military and government needs help . Then again it's the Mexican government itself who needs to be ousted. Biggest legally corrupt cartel. Mexican citizens stand up and take back your dignity, your sovereignty and peace. There are many within the world who support your fight: Your absolute right to live in peace.

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    1. And who do you think is going to replace the corrupt government?. The situation is sad and so complex that a simple solution such as a revolution and overthrow of the government is not enough. Look at the Egypcians and all the other middle eastern countries that were revolting during the spring uprising in recent years, where are they in the solutions to their problems? The governments were overthrown and replaced with what. Those countries, Egypt, Lybia , just to name a few, are worse now than before the revolutions. It is not that simple, but we Mexicans can start by educating our next generation right , let us not glorify narcos, condemmn the use of drugs and the production of drugs, and lets show our kids how to earn an honest living and lets demand from our government to provide the oportunities to earn a decent wage.

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  6. The people will have to do it. The mexican and us gov have no will to end the drug war or end prohibition which is what breeds the huge money and makes the criminals powerful. Its all about the money. Wall street us banks etc etc all the ice dea customs all make huge money off the drug trade.

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    1. The money the drug trade leaves in mexico is a worthless piece of shit, the private ownership of the land, the water, air, industry, natural resources, commerce and anything worth owning, is where it's at, the money comes and goes, title to the land and the deed is all that matters.

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    2. Who do u think owns at least 25 to 40 percent of mexican business land industry etc. The narcos do. Its how they wash money. Also try to compete against a business that dosent need to make a profit to survive in fact the more it loses the more money they can invest/wash.

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  7. Was the only good years in Mexico from like 1920 - 197O ?

    5O years only ... wow

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    1. The good years? You mean during the Cristero war in which the government killed catholic priest to show its authority over church and state?

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    2. The eighties and early 90s were good for me.

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  8. smells like abu-sayyaf garbage...

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  9. This is for DD. You understand the rational of massacres and executions because the were 'enemies'? Rational equates to logic so therefore DD you have none. You are saying it was okay to mass murder the others but not the educational people? What kind of 'rational logic' is that? There is no equation to okay mass murders and executions. There is a differentiate vocabulary between English and Spanish but your words okay mass murder and that it was acceptable except not for the educators. Hmmmm, consider your philosophy or 'translation' services. In essence you just admitted that murdering 49 people was 'okay' and 'acceptable'and 'justified' by your ludicrous interpretation. But the others were not by your 'rational'. Hmmmm, go figure whose side you are on.

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    1. @2:11 I've seen a lot them but this is the craziest rant I have ever seen. First off, you need to increase your vocabulary. The "rationale" (the term I used) may or may not be "rational" (the term you used. The "rationale" (underlying reason) of someone doing something may or may not be "rational" (logical).

      Let me make it simple for you so you can understand it If some guy is walking down the street in front of your house. You pull out a gun and shoot him.

      When the police ask why did you shoot him you tell them "because I wanted to". I could never understand your rationale (reason) for doing that. But if you told the cops you killed him because I though he was coming to my house to kill me and my family, while I would not condone it or think it was ok, I could at least understand your rationale even though I thought it was irrational (not logical).

      The fact that I understand someones "rationale" does not mean I think their actions are okay, acceptable or justified by your ludicrous interpretation. .

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    2. u both have ridiculous comments. the worm feeding the fish LOL

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    3. May be time for DEVGRU and Delta Force to come down there and kill El Pescado and his low life pussy thugs.

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    4. 8:22 como que te mojas mucho los calzones con los "deltas" güey, who is going to pay the soldiers of fortune, your nalgas?

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  10. Honest question:

    Why a professor & her child & physician husband?

    Tye only thing I can figure is extortíon, but then why would they be foolish enough not to pay?

    Could it be activism, some anti-drug or anti-cartel sentiments that she expressed?

    It just seemed like an intentional & cruel hit, but why them? For what purpose?

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  11. perro que ladra no muerde, that's what TRUMP is, we will soon find out TRUMP will get nothing done. He is already pissing off the CIA and other that can or would do actions against the cartels.

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