Saturday, June 3, 2017

Three of Los Damasos Arrested for the Murder of BCS Reporter Max


Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Zeta

Facing Fifty Years in Prison for the Execution of Max
Carlos Alvarez for Zeta
June 1, 2017

The Security Coordination Group in Baja California Sur reported on the arrest - during an operation deployed last Tuesday in La Paz, Baja California Sur - of Juan "N", José "N" and Sergio "N", alleged perpetrators of the homicide of the journalist Maximino Rodríguez Palacios, committed last April 14 in the parking lot of a shopping center where he had gone shopping with his wife, who was unscathed.

Max and his Buddies
Max 
 Maximino Rodriguez Palacios, 72 years old at the time of his death, was a spokesman for the High Court of Justice and the PGJE, in addition, he worked as a correspondent for El Heraldo and Excélsior. Since 2014 he collaborated in the Colectivo Pericú, a portal of news and citizen denunciations. In addition, he wrote the column "Es mi Opinión", which addressed issues of security and politics.  
The three defendants were detained by elements of the Federal Police (PF) and the State Police in the colony El Progreso, BCS capital, along with six people who were found in possession of six long arms and presumed  to be  members of the criminal group "Los Dámaso", related to at least nine criminal acts that occurred in the entity, and which also operated in Los Cabos. A total of nine men were detained in the May 30 operation at a house in La Paz, BCS. They were detained with what was described as an arsenal.
"Los Dámaso" is a group that directed Dámaso López Núñez, one of the alleged new leaders of the Sinaloa Cartel, who was arrested in Mexico City on May 2.
"During the research work, specialized elements were provided in the area of ​​freedom of expression and the release of highly specialized expert investigations, which allowed us to determine the probable responsibilities in the present case." Said Ricardo Sánchez Pérez del Pozo, Specialist for Crimes Against Freedom of Expression (Feadle).
"Our commitment to focus all institutional efforts to resolve all cases of attacks on journalists in our country and to continue working hand in hand with the journalistic guild and organized civil society," said the federal prosecutor.

BCS prosecutor Palemón Alamilla Villeda stated that it has been possible to establish from the investigations that the aggression against the communicator was probably due to the exercise of his profession. 
"Based on the full coordination between agents of the Public Ministry of the Common and Federal Courts, it was possible to obtain sufficient evidence to prove the probable participation of Juan 'N', José 'N' and Sergio 'N', in the homicide of the communicator , So they could face up to 50 years in prison," said the state official.
He also said that as part of the investigations, information was obtained from different chambers, shops and individuals, including videos from various surveillance cameras in the area where the journalist was executed, a very popular commercial square in the capital of BCS.



Max was Gunned Down While Shopping with his Wife 

For its part, the Attorney General's Office (PGR) reported that the three likely perpetrators of Rodríguez Palacios's murder were arrested after 45 days of investigations.
"During 45 days, the Attorney General of Justice of Baja California Sur (PGJE) and the PGR, through the FEADLE, carried out investigation in office and field, that led to establish the probability that the aggression against the communicator is related directly to the exercise of his profession," the agency said in a statement.
"Regarding the investigation initiated by FEADLE, the PGR Delegation in BCS and the PGJE carried out various expert investigations in which ballistics, criminalistics, lofoscopía, (study of finger prints)  legal medicine, among others, were obtained. Its opportunity, obtaining two search warrants for real buildings located in this capital, which resulted in the relationship of those now detained in the investigation to the death of the communicator, "said the PGR.





43 comments:

  1. We can trust the accused did not confess outta good will.

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  2. : - 0 "Melissa Plancarte, hija del exlíder de la organización criminal Los Caballeros Templarios, Enrique “Kike” Plancarte, ofrecerá un concierto en Morelia."

    https://www.mimorelia.com/reaparece-melissa-plancarte-en-michoacan/

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    1. I remember when her brand new tour bus was set ablaze in the final days of the autodefensas hunting down her dad.

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    2. No va a cantar narco-corridos de seguro, nomas va a menear el cabús, y el hermano? El usaba hasta diez caballos de lujo en cada presentacion.

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    3. 1:19 taba güenote el hermano de la Melissa.-El Sol Prendido

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    4. @7:30
      Tu y melissa plancarte pa que vayan y chinguen a su puta madre pinche bola de nacos que piensan que el dinero los cambia.ja.pobres indios.

      El Redneck

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    5. 12:00 los pobres indios que culpa tenemos siñor,
      si la Melissa tampoco parece india, a mi si mi hace que ya la quisiera su mercé anque sea en una foto pa pintarse los chapetes y las pestañas como ella, y con los pelo de elote, pa que no se le escape ni el muletas patroncito, que, no?
      Si ya sabemos que ustedes en la Ciudad se hacen rete raros pues, güeno panzoncito, ahi lo dejo, i mean 'patroncito' y no se le pase darse otra vueltecita por acá, pa darle otra entradita por allá...
      con todo respeto, patróncito.

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  3. Good!They need to catch more of these guys that murder innocent journalists to send a message (of NO impunity).

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  4. All of a sudden Damaso name is put on everything, murders, kidnapping, etc....that's funny just blame everything in the most recent guy we caught.

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    1. You forgot ambushing soldiers. CDS are never going to be blamed for anything bad that happens in Sinaloa. Those that know the truth are too afraid to speak up else they themselves will be the next casualties! CDS Sinaloa/narco state thereof!

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    2. Damaso is snitching on all his associates, same thing happened when chapo got cought.

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    3. 8:33 Agree with you. Even if the government has sanctioned his murder then too it will be blamed on the fall guy ( narco boss) who at this moment is Damaso. In Mexico the truth is always hidden.

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    4. Agree. Looks like el gobierno is getting paid good money to take damasos out

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    5. It's not Damaso snitching or his name being put on everything it's just that those guys aren't needed anymore their boss got caught so other cartel members are making sure Damaso's people get fucked up that's all.

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  5. Dont be fooled. They didn't kill the journalists. A dirty politician out there is covering his ass.

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    1. Agree. Poor individuals who are the scapegoats due to the high publicity of recent killings of journalists.
      We are aware of the judiciary system and it's practices.

      E42

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    2. @E42 criminals nonetheless, they might've been scapegoats but they were still contributors to the violent crime in BCS

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    3. Fantasmal, se me hace que eres puro pedo.
      We are saying we suspect very strongly that the government is using people and accusing them falsely of crimes...
      and you say "nonetheless"?
      Where is the inrelligence report?
      The investigation?
      We know how the mexican "investigators" just grab anyone from the street and make them confess through torture and planted evidence or just kill themselves a few guys in "fierce battles" and plant weapons and drugs on them, even if they are 3 year olds.

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  6. Why not get the main leader instead of these replaceable sicarios?

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    1. Because of money 10:30 am.
      Money walks and B******T walks.
      Hasn't it always been the case for all those capos?

      E42

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  7. Como vienen las elecciones, los priistas quieren enseñar trabajo. Damaso will be implicated in many more acts

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  8. So who's fighting in Guamuchil?

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  9. Cds haters are gone cry or even commit suicide like or not cds has respect a doesn't kill innocent people that's why damaso was hunted down

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  10. What does the "N" mean after the names of the accused? I see that all the time now

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    1. porqe es anonimo, N o NN, por ser menor de edad

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  11. It went down in guamuchil last night.

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  12. Dirty politicians kill Javier Valdez too, the chapitos are the just "blame it on me" guys they ain't too powerful like the government make it look like ,criminals need heroes too. Look at their father lock up where is all the power that they boast on their corridos

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  13. Massacre On Cuauhtemoc Chihuahua Last Night

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  14. Damaso turn to a pig that why the federation de sinaloa le dio Luz Verde

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    1. Damaso was law enforcement before he was good with chapo but not with chapitos CDs basic strategy is make your competition your friends allies the back stab them when u have enough juice on them

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    2. Yup Damaso turned his back on the hand that fed him and now he's paying the price

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  15. Cjng is calling out zeros in veracruz, cjng put up a manta that and said he would take out zetas. Something only the mata zetas can do. Cds has always been scared to go to zetas turf. Cds only go to eAsy plazas like Sonora and Durango. Now that cjng is taking there plazas cds is runn8ng back to sinaloa with their tails between their legs lol

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    1. @358 pm

      Sonora and Durango aren't easy plazas CDS controls that turf. that's like saying Tamaulipas or Nuevo Leon are easy plazas for CDG.

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    2. How many times has jalisco tried to go into veracruz before? 2 or three times? If theyre fighting against cdg or zetas old school cells its going to be hard for jalisco again

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    3. Durango is not an easy plaza its been part of the federation for ever original triangulo Dorado makes no sense to go to war with a neighboring state plus many families have Sinaloa Durango mix durangenses don't like war

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  16. Whos the snitch now? He giving his people up. What kind of flea bitten low life asshole feels is ok to kill an old man?

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  17. To all the Chapito ass kissers and nuthuggers. The corrupt goverment officials are playing ATM ( Automated Teller Machines) with the Chapitos. Javiers murder was the third big offence blamed on them and I bet each time the Chapitos had to pay million and millions of dollars in bribe to get these charges removed from them. If you Chapito bootlickers think that a letter from Chapito's lawyer denying the offence/ offences is enough to get the heat off their backs then you guys are idiots. The Chapitos nowadays have become the ATM of corrupt government officials. Jajajaja....

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    1. 2:25 Agree with you. Chapitos have become a cow for the Mexican corrupt officials. The Chapito Cows can now be milked whenever the corrupt officials require.

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    2. Keep hating chapitos are doing fine

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    3. Un pinchi billion dollars invested in pawn shops and shit is not going to last a long time, los chapitos will have to cut a few extended hands and move a lot of shit to the US if they don't want to go back to selling naranjas en un carrito sangüichero de los de Laura de America.

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    4. 10:12 Chapito cows hahahaha. The Chapito cows need a big strong bull to lead their cartel otherwise some big bull will rape these Chapito cows hahahahahahahaha. At the moment the Mexican government is milking and raping them.

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    5. When the government gets fedup of Chapito cows then it will make Chapito cows into beef.

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  18. How did they know it was these guys? This crime was solved really, really fast

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