Friday, May 19, 2017

Gunmen Rob Busload of Federal Police Officers in Mexico

Posted by DD republished from New York Times

MEXICO CITY — Authorities in Mexico say gunmen have assaulted and robbed a bus full of federal police.

The National Security Commission reports that the bus was carrying 29 unarmed officers dressed in civilian clothes Monday night to Mexico City, where they were to be on leave after 25 straight days on duty in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco.

The commission says the driver pulled over to check a mechanical problem near a toll booth in the state of Morelos. Armed men then boarded the bus, threatened him and the passengers and relieved them of their possessions.

A statement late Thursday says the officers did not resist in order to avoid injuries or loss of life. Authorities are searching for the robbers.

70 comments:

  1. Conveniently making a "stop" for a problema...How does a large group of "lawmen" go about unarmed?

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    1. Agreed. A definite set-up.

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    2. 4:17
      Are you suggesting that if there was a real problem for the driver to inconveniently not stop?

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    3. @4:17PM when you have a problem with your car you just keep driving like an idiot?

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    4. 4:17 you and your rotten mind, that was my first tought, still is, and it is not the first time people get robbed after stopping on tollway or anywhere else,
      Now to have a boatload of "unarmed police officers" robbed , that is the pits, they should have had unos tablazos en las tambochas a calzon quitao por pendejos, they are lucky they were not disappeared.
      --Who knew they were unarmed and loaded with paychecks?
      The Squad Commander knew for sure.

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    5. If the bus driver stop the bus right on the X ON THE LANDING STRIP, I SUSPECT A SET UP, confirmed by the polesias being unarmed, their commander is having a party with their checks.

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    6. absolutely a setup...and embarrassing.

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  2. Only in Mexico!!

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    1. 4:21 welcome to a special pull out page for you:
      --Lupe treviño, Hidalgo county, drug trafficker
      --Sheriff arpayio the Apache sheriff from arizona feeds free prison labor to private prison industries.
      --Prisoner murdering sheriff David "COON Clarke, prisoner dies after 7 days of water deprivation.
      --LA police chief daryl gates had riots in LA after his "officers" were found not guilty of beating Rodney King in spite of the video.
      --Oakland police chiefs, 3 quit within one week, due to Oakland Sex Scandal...one officer committed suicide...
      --Judge got sentenced to prison for sentencing young people to years of work in prison industries to work off political donations he received for his "help"
      --The devil is everywhere honey,

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  3. Gee the hyway robberies are really getting out of control in Guerrero.A bus full of federal cops to the rescue and 7 journalists looking for a story which gave them 2 for the price of 1 just 2 days earlier.Who will be next?Stay tuned,perhaps a politician those are the guys with the $$.

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    1. Canadiana, were you half of a Bonnie And Clyde duo back in the day? Looks like you was Symbionese Liberation Army or a Wether Underground groupie pie.
      I'll settle for a gogo dancer...

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  4. Good ol mexico where police carry no guns hahaha

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    1. 4:44 you don't miss a chance to put "good ol' mexico" down,
      Is it like your shit don't stink?
      --29 police officers got robbed, by X number of crooks, but NOT ALL OF MEXICO WAS AT THE SCENE, pendejo.
      --It is not like "all of the americans" are guilty because of a few rogue agents planted for the purpose, deal drugs under cover of the CIA are drug dealers or belong to private armies of paramilitary murderers...

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    2. 2:40 AM: A lil touchy are we about "good ol' Mexico"...lol?

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    3. @4:44 Why are you so defensive? How do you know the comment made at 4:44 was an American? Chill!!!!

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    4. 7:48 it is not about "touchy" güey, it is about the way cucarachas pendejas multiply, better stomp the one you see immediately, I don't know whyou alwayblame "all of mexico" maybe it is because bigmouthare like that, I have not met too many gringos who are real well off güeros and badmoutthe mexicans or the blacks like you do all the time.
      You must a very unhappy taco truck worker...

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  5. You know someone had 2 have sold out that manifest. - Sol Prendido

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  6. Stop. I was born in the morning, but not yesterday morning. This story stinks.

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    1. 4:57 dd posted it, but sssh! Don't tell anybody.

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  7. Finally they will know what it's like to get robbed for a change. Damn federales all they do is ask for bribes. Poetic Justice.

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    1. It's called Karma !

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  8. If a bus full of federal police officers gets robbed, how are the average citizens and tourists supposed to not get robbed? Retoric question because they do not stand a chance, having said that it is quite funny in a perverted way that this goes on only in Mexico.

    Former frequent Nuevo Laredo partier ;) eh

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  9. This can't be true. Lol wow. Carry ur guns guys

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  10. ahahahahahahaha

    Comedy made in Mexico

    :-))))))))))))



    ps.
    why the criminals never ever rob the politicians, governors etc . ?

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    1. @5:50PM the politicians, governors,etc. have armed body guards and armored cars. They don't ride the bus. Besides that, the thieves may work for them.

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    2. Politicians let criminals "work" for a cut of their profits. Their benefits package includes catch and release, police badges, etc.

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  11. Who run BarterTown?

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    1. It was like robbing a bunch of kids on their way to school, f!#$! Idiots

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    2. Only the police commanders knew they would be unarmed, "orders from above", and loaded with paychecks.
      --There is the chance too that they self robbed themselves, because they had no check to take home after partying hard in Acapulco,
      I have been robbed myself a few times, and kidnapped for the whole weekend by some bad guys and gangbangers, like most BB readers and commenters,

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    3. Alias El Mad Max, El Road Warrior

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    4. 7:42 is "El Yoyo" one very bad guy, everybody wants him.

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  12. Damn...I wonder how many regular buses get robbed. ..broke dudes....unless they knew it was some cops then I guess they see it as justified...but whatever...its crap either way...

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  13. I'm assuming this happened somewhere in the sierra a little outside Acapulco. No way a bus full of PF's get robbed in the DF; far too many people watching.

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  14. You couldn't make this up lol hahahahahajajajajajajahahahaha

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  15. My tio was on that bus said the driver was in on the setup....my tio says lots of things

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  16. They weren't just federal police. They were the super special, much vaunted Gendarmería, created recently to save Mexico. What a joke.

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  17. I thought some of you guys would get a laugh out of this. I'll bet there are some thieves laughing their ass of right now and that there are some pissed of police chomping at the bit to go looking for the thieves.

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    1. Why would we get a laugh?

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    2. My stomach hurts, too much laughter, heheheee
      the Keystone Cops never got robbed.

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    3. Lmfao dd where the #×*# you find this stuff thanks for the laugh dd

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  18. DD, the mayhem in Michoacán has grown. I posted two links yesterday (AD update and 7 avocado pickers massacred) later, mass arrests and narco roadblocks followed. Forum has the journalist grabbed yesterday, too. The 7 massacred were working the land once owned by the deceased (??) El Chayo. Michoacán needs Dr. Mireles more than ever.

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    1. @9:40PM. I always try to follow up on links you send us, but I did not see the comment you posted with the links. Having more than one moderator sometimes complicates things. But I just scrolled down the last 400 comments posted and still didn't find it. Could you post those links again please.

      I agree with you that Michoacan needs Mireles and I don't think he is out of the game. Diabetes and a heart condition can often be treated and controlled. I doubt we will ever see him on the front lines again with his rifle fighting the bad guys, but I think he could play a more important role in leading and building a citizens movement that might help in the fight against corruption and impunity.

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    2. 3:39 Los carrujos de mariguana que te mandan no son links, dd.
      Leave it alone.
      Now seriously, 400 comments? Dang, we 've gone places, I remember Bugs had one or two comments when he started this.

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    3. @8:45PM When I was looking for the links tu fren posted, I went back 3 or 4 days. On a big day when we have big story we may have 250 to 300 per day.

      I get a lot of complaints about not posting comments, but one reason Buggs only had one or two is that he was stricter than I am. He said he would rather have 10 good comments than a hundred that were trash or stupid.

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  19. They might threaten or kill them and their families in the future if they lost their id cards.mobile phones.paperwork. but beside this nice statement of power

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  20. This is a very serious matter, more than a simple robbery. Something had to have occurred in the "resort" of Acapulco to piss someone off on a very high level. A serious message delivered perhaps? These policemen and policewomen have to know how seriously they are compromised. How many ride the bus back to Acapulco?

    "Qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum"

    A maxim often paraphrased as "Si vis pacem, para bellum." The eminently reasonable philosophy that ,"If you would have peace, prepare for war." The English version is often back-rendered as "Si vis pacem, para bellum." This sentiment is attributed to Flavius Vegetius Renatus, who wrote in the "De re militari" (390 B.C.E.): "Qui desiderat pacem, bellum praeparat; nemo provocare ne offendere audet quem intelliget superiorem esse pugnaturem". (Whosoever desires peace prepares for war; no one provokes, nor dares to offend, those who they know know to be superior in battle.)



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    1. 12:01 Ay Güey, no mames, too much latin,
      it is not even used in church for mass anymó, only some revolutionary popes use it to call some hijueputa politician's names.
      These polesias was ready for war, but not during break time.
      Doonesbury cartoons make fun of vietnam soldiers getting shot at during coffee break and they yelling "keep it up Charlie!" In response.
      Now the polizetas will go for revenge and innocents will pay...
      The usual.

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    2. Absolutely ridiculous. Officers are never "unarmed". They should obviously ALWAYS be armed. You never know when an emergency situation could arise and their services urgently needed. Man, what an embarrassment.

      What good are federal officers without armament and protection?

      What good are they if they are not ALWAYS prepared for any emergency situation?

      Absolutely retarded and ridiculous and there is no excuse. Whoever is in charge should be canned immediately. In fact, that person of rank should just go to the headquarters/ barracks and turn his badge and gun in quietly when no one is around.

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    6. 6:25 to 6:33 Pas!pas!pas! Tres balazos seguiditos en el yoyo.

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  21. Thankfully they didn’t abduct any policewomen and rape them. Never know if things get worse then the policewomen are not safe too.

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  22. im suprise they didnt take bus and gave everyone 2 to the head.

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  23. Good. They are just teaching the federales what it feels like to be robbed at gunpoint. Now at least one federal will have sexond thoughts before he decides to rob people at gunpoint in the future himself!
    Ladron que roba a ladron tiene cien anios de perdon!

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  24. So it begins with mini lic,the new pictures online,its like a portent of what's to come,someone always betrays you.

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  25. The mini lic pictures must have come from his pops arrest,fone,PC,camera?

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  26. Could have been a random robbery with teenage gunmen and tweakers around (could have been part of the 100 gunmen that robbed the journalists).Those gunmen are just so lucky those cops didn't have their guns or they surely would have been easy target practice with the joke turned around on them!

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    1. 9:39 Lucky? As if they won a lottery?
      Too many coincidences all at once, one would have been too many.

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    1. En cuatro patas, you are still standing and delivering, right?
      As on "all fours", right?

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  28. Dumies, should have been strapped up!!!

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    1. Get the extension cord wet and belt the polesias a few times each on the kaboose (El Cabús) to vaccinate them against the pendejo dummy virus.

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  29. heading to playa saladita for some olas in june...gettin lil worried

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  30. Karma is a bitch see how it feels crooked as feds back to chilangolandia

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  31. I went to Mexico like a year ago coming from Culiacan Sin to Nayarit there was a military check point bastards were searching asking what do you have in your pockets, They asked where are you coming from? I said Cul Sin and they left me alone but I felt like they were there to robed us then the other guys said different place and they were brought out from the bus and robed crazy shit. Saludos para Sinaloa y Nayarit y todo Mexico.

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  32. Since when did a bus load of people think it was safe to travel in Mexico?

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    1. Hey guys, when the mexican polizetas stop and frisk you,
      you say "cul sin" and you will be left alone..."cul sin"... LOL...CUL SIN...
      Thanks for sharing.

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