Friday, May 12, 2017

Dr. José Manuel Mireles Released From Prison This Morning




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat


José Manuel Mireles, former leader of the Tepalcatepec autodefensas in Michoacán, left El Rincón Prison located in Tepic, Nayarit, after three years in jail.


Dr. José Manuel Mireles reported that he was released from prison at 7:00am this morning.  He said that “I’m heading out…we still don’t know the way.”



“I am happy to see you all, I thank you all for all the support you have given me (…) because the struggle must continue,” said the former autodefensa leader of Michoacán.
 
In a telephone interview with Ciro Gómez Leyva, Mireles said that when he entered prison, he did not have the diseases he has today.  “I had two heart attacks, I still have diabetes and spinal problems.  I gained that here, from inside; I didn’t have that outside,” said the doctor.



Mireles said that he was unaware of the place in which he would be transferred to, but said that he would like to have a medical checkup due to the heart problems he has had.

“We don’t know where but I would like to go to a heart checkup; I suffered three minor strokes, I have spinal injuries and my diabetes is uncontrolled,” he said.

The former leader of the autodefensas commented that at around 23:00 yesterday, the first process server told him that the agreement was reached with the judge for him to be released and this morning, he was released at 7:00am.



Ignacio Mendoza Jiménez, Mireles’ lawyer, said in an interview with Grupo Fórmula that “the truth is that we feel happy for him, for his family, but as a lawyer, we think that it is incomplete and we will continue to work so that in the coming months, the process is not lengthened (…) and obtain an acquittal.”

The release of Mireles comes after his lawyers, Ignacio Mendoza Jiménez and Carlos Iván Martínez Rosas, paid the 30,000 peso ($1,595 USD) bond imposed by a district judge based in Michoacán.



The 30,000 peso bond was paid for thanks to José Daniel Moncada Sánchez and Manuel Antúnez Oviedo of the Movimiento Ciudadano Political Party.


Mireles is subject to prosecution for his probable participation in the crime of carrying firearms for the exclusive use of the armed forces, a record that is currently in process, due to the fact that they still lack to relieve diverse tests offered by their defenders.

Among the conditions for his freedom, José Manuel Mireles will not be able to approach any of the people that had to do with the history of the autodefensas and his case.  In this regard, Dr. Mireles said that he didn’t have hatred nor a grudge.  “I cannot afford to keep up my courage because of my health situation.”




In addition to the paid bond, Mireles must comply with other precautionary measures such as submitting periodically to sign at court, not leave the state of Michoacán nor the country; as well as not approaching nor communicating with certain people.

When asked about the book he was preparing, Mireles said that he finished it in prison; it is now waiting for the latest revision.

50 comments:

  1. Hopefully the MEX gov don't kill him

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    1. If he would have died in prison it would have been a real problem for the govt to explain, but now that his health is fucked they let him out and hope he dies soon. Brave man who did the right thing and suffers the consequences.

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    2. 7:11 I love you papacito!
      -El Sol Prendido.

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  2. Yeah when he's sick and can't continue to embarrass these fat fucks that's when they decide to release him

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    1. I agree....WELL SAID

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  3. BB should mention the important, and I think crucial, role that Partido Movimiento Cuidadano played in this great man's release.

    That's Daniel Moncada from the Michoacán state party driving and taking the selfie.

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  4. Selah! - Sol Prendido

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  5. Mireles wasnt a bad looking dude when he went in,bein locked up can take it out of you

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    1. He still is very sexy. In no time will he be right back to health and living life once again

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  6. Awesome. I thought this would never happen. Now I am worried about him being killed on the outside. What a wonderful human being. So sad to hear about his health. You cannot win in Mexico even if you do the right things at times. I cannot wait to buy the book if it becomes available.

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  7. Awesome. I thought this would never happen. Now I am worried about him being killed on the outside. What a wonderful human being. So sad to hear about his health. You cannot win in Mexico even if you do the right things at times. I cannot wait to buy the book if it becomes available.

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  8. Fuck yes, the doc is free. Best news I've heard in a long time

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    1. I know right!! I can't begin to imagine how someone in his position must have felt, when he found out he was leaving prison. between the day to day horrors of prison, struggling to fight disease and illness behind bars and knowing why he was there to begin with, says something about the man himself who lived to survive it all.

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  9. I feel his pain.... looks happy to be free, I remember coming out of jail after beating a case on trial. Bitter sweet smell 8n the air but happy as hell. My respects, he deserves to be free! Happy for him

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  10. What a great day, the Dr is finally free and Mexico can breath a sigh of relief that the judiciary didnt manage to kill him.

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    1. Fuck yeah!!!!!!! The good Doctor is free!
      From Long Beach, CA to the good doctor:
      "A sus ordenes jefe"

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    2. L.L. From Sunny FloridaMay 23, 2017 at 4:29 PM

      From S.E.Florida, happy to hear of his release and like so many, we will be scrutinizing his health & safety after this release. Rest up and relax good doctor, you have earned a quiet safe retirement!

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  11. Mireles for President!!

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  12. God be thanked!

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  13. Dr. José Manuel Mireles for President of Mexico

    SALUDOS Para toda mi gente de la sierra de DOS AGUAS
    arriva la Morisqueta Puro MICHOACAN Primo ....

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  14. Que Viva Mireles, Que Viva pancho Villa, Que Viva Mexico!!! We have yet begun to fight!!!

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  15. FINALLY !!
    What great news to awake to,
    Let us all send good JuJu for his health recovery !
    Thank you Valor

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  16. Great Day May the best be in store for Him and Kill all the rats in Mexico and let the Good People Take over..Jefe in mx

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  17. 8:53 juju is for mota, Yaqui?
    Where i live some grifa addicts call Don Julio an old dope fiend "Don Hu hu" because he likes his smoke and he inhales.

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  18. A great day for mexico. Never thought he would leave jail on his own foot.
    I will have some Tequilas...

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  19. Ai viene lo bueno!!!!

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  20. Hes free but they won... only reason they let him go is because hes so sick.

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    1. With good medicine, love, care and time- he'll be alight. So happy!

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  21. Valor, I assume the post uses, "coraje" when Mireles says he holds no grudges. Coraje here means anger. So, it should read: “I cannot afford to keep up my anger because of my health situation.” It's an important difference.

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    1. "Coraje" is like a grudge, resentment
      Corajudo someone that throw's tantrums easily
      Courage = valour
      Courageous = someone that does what has to be done without regard for the danger or in spite of the fear.
      Dr Mireles refused to kiss ass or bend over when the shit hit the fan in spite of the murdering around him.

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  22. The Judge should have ordered Alfredo Costillo to be arrested and incarcerated in Dr. Mireles vacant cell for all the human rights violations which Mireles suffered while in prison.

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    1. 11:56 Part of the "new Mexican system of justice" should be making government officers liable for their stupid mamadas, retroactive and extensible to their families and patrimony and their partners in crime, they can keep 10% of the take if they will confess at the first chicharrazo en el cabus.

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  23. OMG OMG OMG!!!! Tears of joy. I can hardly believe it. But am so fucking happy!!!!!!#

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  24. The good doctor lives to see the light of day.

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  25. I never thought he would make it out because Mexico is so corrupt. I hope he gets the medical chkup ASAP.

    We are not out of danger yet.
    God Bless and "protect" Dr. Mireles

    Mexico=Watcher

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    1. @9:14 MW. He is not out of danger yet but I don't think he is out of commission yet. He does need to get med check ASAP. but if it is diabetes with proper care he can control that. With luck his heart problem can be treated. If he needs help to pay for the best medical care available we might should set up a "gofund" to cover the costs.

      If Chivis is physically able she has connections to his family and his attorney and she might could find out more than is in the news.

      He still has to get those damned gun charges dropped but when that is done I don't think he will be out of the game if he can recover his health.

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    2. I hope el Dotorr gets out of mexico and works from outside, he will get a lot OD support, it is no use to still be a prisoner in his own house and be kept under a gag order with pending accusations and trumped up charges, he is going to be spied, garranteed; If the US president can be wire tapped with impunity and don't even want to talk about it anymó, imagine poor sick Dotor Mireles,
      Time to leave Prison Mass Grave "mexico".

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  26. DD: Great idea about getting $$ help to Dr. Mireles.

    I think the doctor's story needs to be covered in the USA English and Spanish speaking media "if" it would help his survival and cause.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  27. I'm very happy the see this poor man has finally been freed by the scum that is the Mexican government. Best wishes for now and the future I can only hope he can stay safe.

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  28. Hallelujah, Homes?

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  29. Yes. Thank you God for answering our prayers after all this time. Honestly, I had lost faith. Now that he is out he is in even more danger. May the Lord protect him.

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  30. Happy for Dr. Mireles being freed finally, now please grow back that mustache!

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  31. he is my hero. just pray more good things can happen for mexico. for sure i would donate to help him.

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  32. Es un milagro! Felicidades a Dr. Mireles.

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  33. Que Dios lo bendiga!

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  34. I don't understand the mandate to keep him inside Michoacan. Wouldn't that essentially be a danger to his life?

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    1. This is what corrupt Judges do. They restrict the release of the accused to an area where he will be more easily killed by Govt thugs or Narco.

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  35. Wishing Dr Mireles and the people of Mexico freedom from the cartels and from corruption. May the conditions that support drug crime be brought to a peaceful end. May you be in good health and safe. The world is watching.

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