Sunday, July 30, 2017

Guerrero: 7 killed as Police Escort ambushed transporting 1 Million MXN, funds slated for social programs

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from El Manana

 5 Dead Municipal Police Escorts for Bansefi Delivery
 for the Mexican Federal Gov't Program Prospera
Two Bansefi Employees also were murdered
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Note from Yaqui   A description of the Prospera Program can be found here.   The idea was simple enough: give money to a mother to encourage her to send her children to school and to the health center. That simple idea, which began in the 1990s, has now become a nationwide program in Mexico, benefitting 5.8 million families – a fourth of the country’s total population.
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An armed commando of up to 15 men shot to death five municipal police officers and two employees of Bansefi to strip them of $977,000 thousand Pesos in Federal support monies that would be distributed to marginalized communities of Ahuacuotzingo, Guerrero.



According to state authorities, the armed group ambushed agents and bank employees on the road leading to the community of Tecozaca, in the vicinity of the town of Zompazolco. In these events, registered yesterday morning, a employee  of National Bank for Savings and Financial Services who was injured in the attack reported it  by telephone.



According to the spokesperson of the Guerrero Coordination Group, Roberto Álvarez Heredia, after murdering the seven people and wounding another, the criminals took out of the vehicle the resources destined for the Federal Government's Prospera program .

The five policemen guarded the vehicle of the two Bansefi  employees in a patrol when, when passing through a gorge where  armed men  were distributed in three points shot them. Information from the Ahuacuotzingo City Council indicates that at least 15 heavily armed men participated in the attack, which occurred in the Lower Mountain region, all of which escaped.

In this Municipality there is a confrontation for the dominance of the planting and transport of the drugs among the criminal groups of "Los Rojos" ,  "The Chiefs" and "Los Ardillos".


Staff of the Office of the Attorney General of Guerrero, supported by the Army and the State Police and Ministerial Investigator, carried out investigations at the scene of the attack, without detaining any suspects.  

In the afternoon, Bansefi lamented the violence in which two colleagues lost their lives and announced that they will reinforce security measures for their workers. On June 1 in the municipality of Cualac in the Mountain region, armed men assaulted employees of Prospera who were going to pay the community of Coatlaco. On that occasion three municipal policemen died; Three more were injured, as well as an employee of Prospera . The amount of the robbery this time was 3 million pesos.

Relative of Kidknapping Victim Looking for Answers
Quetzalapa,  Huitzuco,  Guerrero 
In another incident, yesterday morning in the municipality of Huitzuco, in the northern region, armed men assaulted a passenger van in the community of Quetzalapa. At the time of fleeing they took with them a 16-year-old teenager. 

34 comments:

  1. Direct deposit would of saved a couple lives, but no lets carry a large amount of cash through a shady route. Makes sense. /s

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    1. But it wouldn't give the shady govt a chance to intercept it

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    2. Auto-robo, pinchis mexican dignitaries playing us for fools, all their programs are destined to ROBBING THE WHOLE BUDGET.
      mataron a la Paloma que le llevaba el recado,
      Habiendo tan buen correo..., ya hasta por e-mail
      Pero no, que sea cash pa robarse todo el pedo.

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    3. This stinks very bad.

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    4. Breaking Update: $700,000 Pesos robbed from yet another PROSPERA /
      Bansefi Delivery team at 11AM today in Ciudad Insurgentes, Municipality of Comondu, BCS.
      4-5 Armed men also took the keys away from the first Municipal Police Patrol that arrived on the scene after being advised of the ongoing situation by SEDESOL.
      Abandoned Van later found in Colonia INFONAVIT, Cd Insurgentes.
      No suspects arrested and no news of any injuries yet.
      Stay tuned..........Programa Prospera deliveries are obviously dialed in and being targeted.

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    5. unfortunately some of these rural communities dont even have access to a bank or a money wiring financial institution of any kind

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    6. 2:38 se hacen pendejos,
      a ver con que compran sus guraches de llanta rabiales?

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  2. I hope they find the people who did that. Chop them in pieces like a video of one zeta or CDG member where they cut the guy's legs and arms.

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  3. So they killed 7 people for about 58,000 dollars. So they got about $3,800 each if they divide it up evenly. What a shame. There are so many of these losers here in Mexico right now. Better if they took their own lives.

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    1. I've known cases were people kill for a pair of shoes back in the states..

      There are so many of these losers here in US right now. Better if they took their own lives.

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    2. It had to have been an inside job, corrupt government skum.

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    3. Amount makes no difference to evil.
      In 90's in Colorado Springs a guy murdered 6 or 7 people for 244 $ two hundred and forty four dollars!

      Evil is evil plain and simple.

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    4. Note that on June 1 the robbery was 3 MILLION Pesos.
      Better plan needed, I agree .

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    5. Ora van a traer puros burros nuevos, pinchis asesinos rateros

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  4. Next time maybe they will write a cheque for the amount and not call attention to themselves with a police escort (which means there is something to steal).Unfortunate that that many lost their lives for 1 robbery!

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    1. This was an inside job. Probably someone in the bank tipped off their compadres as the ambush was already set up. The gangsters were in position well prior to the transport arrival. (Also, why wasn't a military Black Hawk or Huey up in the air as usual when transfers are done like this?)

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  5. Such a shame the value of human life in Mexcio is worth less then a taco on the corner. These cartel gangsters need to be hunted down and executed on sight.

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  6. Se pasan de verga, mejor viearan asaltado un oxxo. Ay al rato los traen a putasos los guachos.

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  7. Ariba ariba this country never amazes me

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    1. And you love it, that's why you are in this site huh. That's why were all here on bb. Just saying

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    2. Arriva arriva of your mom, take your racist shit somewhere else. Why would you post racist comments like these?

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    3. 6:08 da chanza bato,
      yo me agarro por atrás a la mama del 2:56 hasta que rebuzne.

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    4. Pinchis narco liberales, como chingan.
      Tienen envidia del gobierno.
      Ojala se avienten de candidatos pa ponerles una chinga

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    5. That's not racist.

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  8. Inside job! One of the dead cops gave the intel!

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    1. dont be stupid....the cop that gave the info was one of the gangsters that stole the money not the other way around....

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  9. These are some stupid people. Hauling that kind of cash with a skeleton crew through Cartel controlled territory sounds like a setup to me. Someone within the Mexican government had prior knowledge this was going to happen. That's why they ordered on 5 soldiers be sent to escort. #payoffs

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  10. Disappointing. Definitely an inside job. An individual with knowledge of when and where such transpiring. My guess a municipal official.
    Despite my lack of contributions to comments recently. My tendency and habitual reading has not stopped from reading BB.
    Great informative articles are what makes you guys great at what you guys s do.

    E42

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  11. Here is the hard cold truth...authorities are in on these heists. Social programs are a hoax initiated to transfer funds from gob and taxes to the pockets of politicians, police and organized crime. I learn this up close and very personal. The best way to help Mexicans in need, the surest way, is hand to hand. From yours to their doctor, school, store, whatever the need is. Directly done is the only way. Giving to orgs, or telethons etc do very little for those in need, those they parade out jto touch the hearts of people.

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    1. Of course, some cartel bank employee informed the gang, then an ambush was set up. End of story.

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    2. Chiva, Qué te quere beibi...
      No te me olbidas,
      HI CHIVIS! Nice to see

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    3. Chivis is a genius. But of course no mexicans are to blame.

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  12. Its not inside job on this attack, i been enough times and people get prospera, like welfare here every month only over there is every 2 momths so the attackers know the route and the time when there gonna pass through the only way in to town so this aint no inside job

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  13. Anyone wanna bet they were ambush by their own police officers, or Cartel solders who the police hired to split the cash

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