Saturday, July 8, 2017

Prisoners in Acapulco massacre slaughtered during Santa Muerte ritual

Chivis for Borderland Beat--from Reforma


In the massacre yesterday in an Acapulco Prison, 28 were murdered, and were executed during a Santa Muerte ritual. 

According to initial investigations, it was commanded by Manuel Garcia, "The Meño", and Óscar Silva, of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco, (Cártel Independiente de Acapulco or CIDA) according to state and federal investigating sources .


The bodies of several of the executed have bullet impacts, according to sources consulted.

Information  known by authorities and to which REFORMA had access, indicates that there were weapons ( as reported in BB original post of the massacre) and even explosive devices inside the prison and that, after the confrontation, guards had hid them in the areas of carpentry and tailoring.

Governor Héctor Astudillo said, "We found exactly who is responsible. And three guards facilitated the operation with weapons," he said.However, he minimized the use of firearms, saying that most of the deaths were with sharp weapons.

Yesterday, two narcomensajes (narco messages) alluding to the mutiny were placed in downtown points of Acapulco.


In one, signed by the cartel La Barredora, it  blamed "El Meño" of the massacre.

20 comments:

  1. LOL keep having prison rituals LOL it's the new Mexican death penalty.

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    1. 7:02 the government found so quickly about the "Santa Muerte ritual killing" eskiuusmeee! No mamen.
      No Santa muerte gets weapons into the prison and uses them to murder other prisoners, alaverga con sus pinchis mamadas.
      Aren't you tired yet of being made the fool?

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  2. Rare catch. Shes facing her best years locked in prison, if the US doesn't drop the ball. Real stupid move, coming to the US, she must have been very afraid.
    Makes me wonder what Emma is up to these days?

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    1. For a second I thought you were talking about the Santa muerte. Wrong story dude

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  3. -Blame El Meño y la Barredora, quick!
    -Done mi jefe!
    --Se puso perro?
    -No jefesito, nomás vió la chicharra y aflojo las papas

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  4. Make that a National Holiday!!

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  5. Weird how he made excuses that gun use was minimized in the prison. Nice play on words, probably implies that cartel members were still bullying non cartel prisoners around at gunpoint. The system in Mexico is the problem, jesus christ.

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  6. Kinda makes you wonder how they "found exactly who was responsible".

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    1. It's called interrogation (Torture).

      E42

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  7. Yaa...ok......so.....was it a Santa Muerte ritual, or was it a mutiny? Sooo confused....lol

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    1. 11:23 when prisoners open their cell and go to yours in the middle of the night, it is an assassination.
      And it has been approved at the highest levels.

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  8. Let me see if I have this right. The inmates have access to communications, explosives, guns and, presumably, bladed weapons. Is this correct? If so, what exactly is the point of them being in prison?? LOL

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    1. yea...why even stay there if they have that kind of power?

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    2. Agree!
      Unfortunately corruption has no boundaries.
      Mexican prisons can be hell if one is poor or not connected, or fruitful if money is no object!

      E42

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    3. Lol us prisons have smuggled phones and shanks too. Theirs also been guns smuggled into prison as well. that actually led to an escape of 3 prisoners by holding a guard hostage and forcing him to open doors. Even maximum security prisons with inmates in 23 hour lockdown make and possess shanks.

      If you want to see what a real prison should be like, look at Polands maximum security prisons. They're scary as fuck and they don't fuck around.

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    4. Black Dolphin - Russia If you really want to make a crimimal suffer for there crimes. This should be the template . Holy S**t

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    5. @9:47 and 6:14: Could not agree more. What's the point of putting these cockroaches in jail, if, for them, it just like being on the outside, except that they are protected by the government from their enemies?

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    6. 11:34 NOT ALL THE PRISONERS HAVE ALL THE STUFF YOU MENTION.
      almost same as on the US prisons, where only some prisoners receive special treatment, courtesy of Coprorate Corrections of America, always ready with solutions with love from their "industry" for the government run prisons, for love, and the right amount of monry of course,
      In mexico the lowly paid prison guards never know who of them is in cahoots with prisoners, but they all know the warden or director has his "team" on it.
      That is why only some prisoners die, they were left unarmed, defenseless, in their cages, on purpose.
      --New Mexico's Worst Prison Riot, in February 1980 looks like a state failoure, a monument to prisonres' evil, to me it looks like Reaganism Personified.
      --Watch "WHOSE COUNTRY?" About Egyptian police before during
      and after the moslem brotherhood.

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  9. If you can bring in guns, explosives, and other weapons, pay off the guards to help you murder, why stay?

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    1. I was wondering the same thing wolf.

      DT

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