Thursday, July 6, 2017

Acapulco Prison riot, confirmed 28 dead, some decapitations

By Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat

The official number of dead is now at 28 with 3 injured. 

Earlier, the security spokesman attempted to downplay the number of dead.  Roberto Alvarez Heredia,  tried to minimize the number of the massacre, by deeming it a scuffle where 5 were killed  adding “there may be more”.

Guns were used inside the prison, during the riot.

This afternoon, the  governor Héctor Astudillo Flores confirmed that the official figure of the slaughter inside the prison of Acapulco is 28 dead and three injured.

This occurred just as United States Homeland Security Chief was set to meet in  Acapulco with the chiefs of Semar  and secretaries of defense .

Topic of discussion is organized crime, and drug trafficking.  Guerrero was chosen for the site of the meeting as Guerrero is one of the main producers of poppy.

Kelly was notified of the prison riot.  The meeting lasted less than an hour.   Kelly, with the Mexican group, was  able to make a flyover of poppy crops in Tlapa, Guerrero, sources confirmed.

Graphic photo on following page




Earlier post below....

A clash inside the Social Reintegration Center of Acapulco, in the city of Guerrero, Mexico,  left a balance of at least five dead.  All were beheaded.

Guerrero Coordination Group spokesman Roberto Álvarez Heredia confirmed in an interview with media that the fight was registered at dawn in the maximum security section of the prison, when several prisoners broke padlocks and started clashes between them. 

Álvarez says, at this time they have no way to know the exact number of dead, the number is likely to go higher.

He indicated that the authorities are carrying out interrogations of inmates to identify those responsible for the fight, and the reason the confrontation initiated.

Photographs of the decapitated victims quickly were posted on social media. 



75 comments:

  1. Live by the sword, die by the sword.

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    1. 1:13 You don't know how these murder victim's "lived", the prison aothorities are "investigating" the incident.
      --but an imbecil like you helped by your clever imbecility and your chrystal ball and fairy powders already know. Pendejo.
      This is a crime of the prison authorites that can not run a mexican "maximum security prison" without facking it all up and will sury fack up the investigation, the prison director his "team" and the Guerrero State justice department need to kick some "dignitaries on the ass for this, from getting fired to prison time for corruption and very possible criminal neglect. And then work on the prisoner killers, who are the dead, what were they in for? And who are the survivors, and their records.
      And let the guilty parties end like they deserve, let them loose in general population, one by one, I promise and garrantee you the innocent will have no fear.

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    2. 1:13 was in the right and u slandered him instead on being polite..i'm sure the dead prisoners were involved in the narco business or the were criminals ..the more lesser crime comitting criminals probably didnt get involved.

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    3. Why the insults? Just say what you want to say.

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    4. Geez.... hard to believe we used to vacation there. Id feel safer in somalia.

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    5. Trust me, Somalia is much worse.

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    6. "The prison authorities don't know what hapened" yet and you are blaming the not so white doves, even approving their executions by beheading by unknown assailants, etc etc etc.
      Mexico does not have the death penalty for many reasons, I don't think some prisoners should be having the right to execute, torture, exploit or abuse other prisoners in any form including for show to "foreign dignitaries" that may want to decide that a US maximum security prison in mexico may be a good idea and a better business...
      "slander" don't make me "smile", your divinations and blaming of the executed for their murders is much more offensive, and worse, that some innocent victims may get brainwashed into thinking that "oh, it is a good idea" when we have so many millionaires and billionaires trying to spread their hate.

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    7. You vacationed to prison ? Damn that's gangster. I been he's from Chihuahua.

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    8. @8:26pm, go hug a tree you prob live in north California !!! You prob favored the early release of "non violent" felons too!!!

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    9. Lol at 9:35. I'm still laughing

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  2. One gang getting rid of some rivals in the endless cycle of violence and hate. Society in a downward spiral towards the bottom.

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    1. More like Evodio got rid of them.

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  3. New reports of 28 dead, 3 injured?

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  4. Need higher body counts especially inside a prison. Nice to see they were beheaded a sentence of death carried out. No harm no foul just go cell to cell and exterminate all cartel cockroaches.

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    1. Sad, but i sort of agree if all killed where scum.Really hope it wasn't innocents, because mexico is so corrupt. Que pagan justos por pecadores.

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    2. 2:56 you could be one of the victims. And, but innocent of any crime, then what?

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    3. There is NO death penalty, so these could of also been rapist, Murderers or any scum of the earth that violated someone girl or killed someone, who knows?

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    4. Mexico needs a Holy Inquisition or a Holy Crusade, a limpieza, to cleanse the country of filth.

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    5. There would be a lot of foreign paracos begging for their country to come and rescue them, and some mexican "rebels" trying to save the situation for their masters byinviting a frontal intervention to save their asses.

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    6. 12 : 27 your an idiot, the holy crusade just brought diseases, rats, flies and more rats after the gold. Killing and slaving Mexicans and South Americans in the name of God. Pinche pendejo learn about history before you open your mouth

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  5. Cjng got chopped up lol

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  6. Reuters is now reporting 32.

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  7. It's something horrible happening every week in Mexico under EPN and the PRI. They wont get re-elected... Will they?

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    1. One term presidency.

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    2. One term? Ignorance and not knowing...Mexico on has one term presidents...one term of 6 yrs

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    3. 11:34 Replaced every six years by more of the same, but hungrier, greedier and worse, more murderous and with bigger impunity agreements with their American Masters, cemita.

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  8. Which gangs were the combatants?

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    1. There are like 10 different gangs/cartels/mini-cartels in that prison. That's why its so violent.

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    2. 5:48; Its refreshing to see someone with a bit of perspective and commons sense use the word gang and not the 'c' word that is completely overly used and assumed by the fans of Mexican violence and crime.

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    3. In guerrero state the cartel BOSS is former murdering narco-governor Rubén Figueroa Alcocer a mass murderer genocidal who had to resign in spite of his political clout with president el fundillo zedillo "La Neta".
      His father was former narco-governor rapist mass murderer Ruben figueroa figueroa, whose parents must have been brother and sister, he used guerrileros Lucio Cabañas and Genaro Vazquez Rojos to make waves and then betrayes and got them executed when he got to power. Then he raped lucio Cabañas teenaged wife and had a daughter with her.
      The troublemakers all carry water to the Figueroas Cartel.

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    4. Prison CLICAS are no gangs, but there are many number 13 on bodies, we don't know if they are real or they got painted to mislead the people reading reports and watching the photos or to justify somehow the murdering, like people will say "oh, its just some maras, they had it coming" like the ones murdered by los zetas in tamaulipas,

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    5. @7:49 the dude right next to no 13 got 14 painted on his butt (red shorts), hence its prob just a dead count.

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  9. Nowhere is safe. This drug violence between cartels is out of control. Same mass killings goes behind security measures like society.
    Hate to say it but it may be best to put them in a gladiator collisium. Do society a favor and kill each other off.

    E42

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    1. E get-a-clue,
      Real cartels don't have a need to fight for distribution rights in a Mexican prison but gangs will behead for it.

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    2. 9:51 in mexican prisons crime doesn't happen without the approval of the prison warden or director, pretty much the same happens on the US.
      Prisoners should hAve a right to execute a few guys every week

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  10. It's probably going to be more than 50

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  11. Sad state of affairs when the politicos look more like gangsters than the gangsters themselves. Just saying.

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  12. Idk.. maybe some of the dead in chihuahua where supposed to be in jail in Acapulco and got let out.. the # of dead are about the same. The government will go to any extent to cover up their dirty deeds.

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    1. Really ? That's your conclusion ? How did you tie these together ? O inspector gadget? You got inside intel huh?

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    2. 3:3 pos de los zapatos, hieden like cheetos and doritos,
      but I swear there is no cheese there.

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  13. Rumor has it that a high ranking Narco politco escaped....who knows....For sure there was at least two black hawk helicopters flying around.

    Things are calm amongst the people in "Rena"...(colonial Renacimiento where the prison is located). Verguenza.

    ---Gringo Loco

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  14. They pissed somebody off.....Maybe us citizens......

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  15. It happened a four in the morning...Maybe the good people of e notAcapulco are tired of seeing all the Lacra re-released into the public....Maybe it was justice....Maybe Not....Who knows?

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  16. Only three injured?

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  17. The Mayor of Acapulco just announced that the prison will be moved out of town.

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  18. Mexico es un asco, lo único "bueno" (y ni para eso sirven) son las novelas y la selección de futbol. And i know my comment wont be posted, por los priistas de esta pagina.

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    1. Hablo el chicano que se cree que es WASP o algo así.

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    2. Don't worry all the WASP's that used to live in Acapulco are gone.Now look what you have.

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    3. Ningún chicano México-americano aunque te cueste más trabajo. Y si yo también iba a reynosa, y a durango cada año pero ya no.

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    4. And dont forget about the women
      Best women ever

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  19. If there are rarely convictions in mexico, how are there any prisoners?

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    1. 7:13 most of the prisoners don't have the 5 dollars for the fine for pissing on the sidewalk or not buying the police officer a torta and a soda, having a large prison population also helps form street gangs that will work on the street, it is all a mexican government charade.

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    2. cause it takes their system 3,5,7 years for someone to go to trial!

      The few "criminals" (many are innocent) being arrested are sent to prison for years and when they are finally tried, convicted and sentenced, their not given credit for time served.

      Happened to my uncle in the 80's, he was arrested in '89 for accidentally running over and killing a man in '86 (originally gave a mordida and his cased was dismissed), spent 3 years in prison before he went to trial and was sentenced to 7 years! So he served 10 years of a 7 year sentence! Mexico is a cesspool of corruption and incompetence, most governmental officials are cold,vicious and indifferent!

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    3. Great point....theyre innocent people who got railroaded by the justice system. They wait there indeffinately waiting for their case to go through. Some wait years. Its a strategy so that their families can pay off the officials to let them out. Those who dont have the means linger in there hoping something will happen. Others just sign the guilty plea (even though they are not) and serve out their sentence

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    4. There are convictions of low-level offenders all the time. However, the big-name guys who get attention on blogs like this are the ones who have the money to walk free.

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    5. I have a federal prison pic of mochochomo,how do I send it in? What email?

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    6. Some prisoners get kept for long time because their wives are beautiful, and they have to put out with the prison guards and the director and the fiscal, other times the prisoner is so good looking the prison authorities just can't help themselves.

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  20. Based on latest picture, I noticed a few of these dead guys have a 13 tattooed somewhere on their body...could they be MS13 members?

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    1. 'A few' ... are you sure? I can only spot one and he laying right next to no 14 (red shorts)

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    2. There is probably, a million gangs with 13, or southsiders, World wide, so no.

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    3. 13 is for letter 13, la eMe.

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  21. Why is everyone who gets killed in Mexico half naked? Is it a humiliation thing?

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    1. 2:19 hot weather, the victims were also asleep at 4:00 when the carnage started.

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  22. On "grillonautas2" on youtube a survivor from the fight capitos vs linia says chapitos smashed on them.

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  23. @8:26 don't be a prisoner nut hugger, I'm sure the prisoners that were killed were no church choir boys and they sure weren't in prison for singing to loud. May the innocent be forgiven and may the guilty perish in hell.
    Mexico has no death penalty but they sure have death squads thanks to the no death penalty law.

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    1. 5:05 don't bme the "No Death Penalty Law", it did not open the locks or get the machetes inside.

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  24. i fail to understand why U.S. homeland security is butting into Mexico's security??? It is simply horrible what happened to those prisoners with no rights whatsoever. So sad

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    1. Agree! The USA getting involved will backfire. Please, please, please stay out of Mexico's prisons and prison related institutions. Let Mexicans fix their own problems.

      BTW, it is virtually a truism in penology, that a prison cannot be run without the cooperation of prisoners. A peaceful, quiet prison is one where selected criminals keep the lid on. When the underground prisoner control system breaks down, real bad shit happens.

      Exceptions to this might be found in very high security prisons like Pelican Bay in the USA.
      Mexico-Watcher

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  25. Way too many BAD HOMBRES in Mexico.

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  26. i also notice about 3 guys with number 13 tattoo's on them. by the shitty looking tattoo's looks more like MS13 and not
    SUR13 but i could be wrong. wondering if MS13 pissed someone off.

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    1. M IS LETTER # 13
      That may be why





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  27. Always nice to hear justice taking into the hands of scum implementing their own death penalty since Mexico frees people at will they need to start killing them as they enter the prisons. Excellent! Kill them all or let them all have a free for all to murder and maim each other LOL!!!!!

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  28. About the battle that happened in Madera, Chihuahua.
    I read an article saying that Linea members were ambushed by 140 sinaloa gunman but later that day I saw El 32 linea lider was responsible for this attack which would make it the other way around. El 32 was also captured but set free.
    This is strange

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