Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Autodefensas form in Quintana Roo

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Reforma article

Subject Matter: Autodefensas
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Benito Jimenez
A group of businessmen of Quintana Roo integrated yesterday to auto-defensas to combat the insecurity and corruption in the state. "This venture of auto-defensas is very serious. The violations of the law on the part of the Government are repetitive, we have the proof of the corruption, and the authorities refuse to act."

"Not only are they not acting, they are attacking, intimidating and using death threats and executing people to stop the voices of Quintana Roo", businessman Carlos Mimenza, who heads the group said to Reforma.

Mimenza launched a video in which he figures with another 5 persons, all in black, to advertise that the auto-defensas will watch the functionaries of the state.

The initiative started with the participation of about 20 businessmen who said they felt betrayed by the new Governor, Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez, for new acts of corruption like those registered b in the last sexenio by Roberto Borge, detained in Panama.




"The formation of this group which includes 200 people is ready to act when there is an attack against us or those close to us", warned Mimenza.

This was after the execution of Hector Casique Fernandez, who was under the protection of The Executive Committee of Care for Victims, after having been declared a victim of the Mexican State.

Casique was a former Municipal Policeman of Cancun, arrested in March of 2013, and forced under torture, to pleading guilty to murder and organized crime. He spent more than three years in prison during the administration of former Governor Roberto Borge.

"The judiciary executed Hector", declares Hectors mother, because there are arrest warrant against 43 members of the court of Quintana Roo, and Prosecutor Miguel Angel Pech Cen has not legally proceeded to execute these arrest warrants, not only has he not arrested them but promoted them", claimed Mimenza.

" I have already received several calls where I received death threats because of publications of complaints I made on the Internet, we have complaints against Roberto Borge and more than 40 officials, we have political trials which are not followed through in Congress even with evidence", he lamented.

The employer denounced last March the current Secretary of Finance and Planning of Quintana Roo, Juan Melquiades Vergara Fernandez for embezzlement, money laundering, and illicit enrichment of money through the company Travel Channel.

He also promoted a political judgment in the Congress of the Union against Governor Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez for alleged embezzlement and assaults on activists.

"This is not a call to take up arms at this time, it is a call to organize and maintain a personal vigilance against the Governor, the officers of Public Prosecution and of the Court to stop them murdering and carrying out death threats, they are going to be monitored because we are going to defend ourselves, against any attack", warned Mimenza.

He ruled out the participation of Jose Manuel Mireles in the QR autodefensas, although he acknowledged that he was an inspiration for the movement.



Quintana Roo Government responds

The Government of Quintana Roo said that the former President Roberto Borge and his accomplices are under investigation and the administration of Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez will not give any room for impunity.

"In relation to the statements and insults in social media, the Government of QR says that real change is done within the law and people respecting it. With the fight against impunity, there will be partner ship for all, so that people can live better lives", said the Government in a statement.

"Based on the allegations, investigations have been launched against former Government officials and as a result Roberto Borge was arrested. His accomplices are also under investigation".


33 comments:

  1. Elect some Nigerians and you will have a more honest gvt!

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    1. Boko haram?

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    2. GOOD FOR U MR. MIMENZA!! IF ONLY THE REST OF MEXICO HAD UR HEART & COURAGE!! GOOD LUCK AND GOD BLESS!!

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    3. "Mi mensa" means "mi pendeja", or "my fool" in inglish.
      Are you sure?

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  2. Christian Lopez PalafoxJune 28, 2017 at 2:29 PM

    This is what I want to see

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  3. If you watch the whole video it seems bogus. Especially that weird part where they splice in a cut of Dr. Mireles praising the little guy who ripped on the Governor.

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  4. Love it, about time...I visit cancun 2 weeks per year, i can feel safer. I wish i can donate cash to them

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  5. This is great, but these guys r going to be dead. I am in the US.the bad guys will kill them. Sad

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    1. Yes but at last they have the balls to stand up to all this terror!

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  6. Whats next "La Sombra Negra", or independent vigilante groups of soldiers avanging their fallen comrades.
    This just gets worst and worst.

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    1. Anybody that does anything, welcome.
      One thing that hurt the new pinchi governor carlos juaquin gonzalez was "the insults and baseless accusations" and drove him to comment in public about the arrest of borges with which he had nothing to do.
      Frankly, warning is not the way to go, they should have taken the governance "palace" and executed themselves a few mophakkas already, because that is the only language they understand, and get the soldiers and police rank and file to arrest and try their commanders por culos y traidores.

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    2. Guerrilla is the only answer, don't show your face. Act annonimously hit them, make sure the message gets out. Am pretty sure there is People willing to donate resources like money,intel to expose these bastards degrading mexico more and more each day.

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  7. fighting the good fight

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  8. Heads will roll

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  9. This guys are just asking to get wack by showing their faces

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    1. Mire les has shows his face and still standing, you know why because most of all he shows everybody not just his face but his cojones. For lack of better words, criminales are but cowards high on dope with a gun. Take both from them and they cry like lil girls when they see real men like la marina y autodefensas.

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    2. "criminales are but cowards high on dope with a gun"

      Havent got a clue,you probly never done a violent act in your life,but their cowards?
      I dont like them,but cowards?Nawwww

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    3. They're cowards, they attack unarmed people, they only attack in numbers and by surprise. They kill and hide. If they face the army, it's because when the army finds them and shoots to kill. They engage only because they have no choice.

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    4. Members of criminal organizations are cowards and decent people, trained and brainwashed to do a job, from the nazis to the kain Iles and the chilean army or the argentinian "navy" to the terroristas, the americans and the mexicans, all profess and believe they are doing their heroics for their cause, for their country, for their God, until the monsters start eating them up from inside, because conscience is the most unforgiving judge after you done fooled everybody.

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  10. Will Cancun regress and become the next Acapulco and tourist trade die? It looks like it is headed in that direction. Acapulco once was such a paradise to visit, many years ago.

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  11. cartel nuthuggers and ass kissers are going to abuse this self defence group. Death to all narcos and their cheerleaders. Viva Mexico

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  12. Yes finally, hope people donate money to finance them.

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  13. @3:22 you can, send it to me & I'll make sure they get it when I pass the beach on my way to the Spa.

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  14. this will be infaltrated so easy

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  15. all of these stupid autodefensas in the video, stupid enough to show their face, are going to get hunted and killed one by one, this is my prediction

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  16. Thing #1 is register as a private security group and get authration to carry their weapons, otherwise they will be outlaw gunmen, then they will never rise again.
    Make sure to tell the pinchi governor that he and his pinchi gobierno de mierda are even more disrespectful for trying to exact "respect" when they do not have deserve anything other than getting some ass kicking...

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  17. What about if the FBI traiened the autodefensas instead of the corrupt polisias!

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  18. Rule #1 in the guerrilla coloring book

    NEVER SHOW YOUR FACE ON A VIDEO
    this guys are going to be hanged up from a bridge in a month
    Or his heads in a 7-11 cooler

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    1. Míreles is still alive.

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    2. They should have organized a clandestine death squad to murder the governor and leave a message on his body. Kill all the corrupt LE and send a message. Autodefensas is a noble idea but they need to be very careful and stay away from the government or risk betrayal like in Michoacán. Míreles was tricked by the pig Castillo.

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    3. 10:02 Aay güey! Guerrilla Coloring Book,
      I'm getting mine today!
      Here we learn something new all the time, thanks.

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    4. Agree with 9:58 100%. It should be done quietly. To send a message, hit then retreat and hide; repeat as necessary to rid mexico of the root of all evil. Corruption and impunity.

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  19. Suerte y que Dios este con ustedes.

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