Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Terror in Guanajuato: 10 Executed Including Police Chief of Celaya

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Proceso

Official Dodge Ram P-up of the Chief of Police of Celaya
 Additional Material from Debate
 July 31, 2017

GUANAJUATO, Gto. In two different attacks committed in the early hours of Monday the  director of the Police of Celaya and his escort were assassinated, while in Abasolo a police woman was riddled by bullets at her home in an attack by armed men that left eight dead, with a total of 10 victims in both events, according to the PGR.

Around three in the morning of Monday, an armed group arrived in several vehicles to an address on Allende Street in the Municipality of Abasolo, meters from the towns square, where the municipal police agent along with family members were murdered, according to the initial information. The group began firing towards the house and at those who were inside. Some were able to run towards the street, but were hit by the alleged assassins and killed.



The agent, whose name has not been disseminated, died in the house, as did a teenage son; also inside the house were four other people whom died. Three others who ran outside were hit by the shots and ly in the surrounding streets. Another victim died in the hospital.


Four hours later, in an apparent ambush near his home, the director of the Police of Celaya, J. Santos Juárez Rocha, was attacked and assassinated, along with one of his escorts, identified as Manuel Acosta. Juárez Rocha, originally assigned to the State Security Forces. Manuel Acosta, according to witnesses, passed by daily to pick up his boss and take him to Celaya to work. Juarez Rocha was barely at the helm of the corporation for a year, arriving as a director at the end of last August.


J. Santos Juarez Rocha , Police Chief of Celaya
photo: Zona Franca
Juarez Rocha had left his home, in the community of Loma de Flores, which belongs to the municipality of Salamanca, a few kilometers from Irapuato. He was aboard an official gray Dodge Ram truck with GP81347 plates along with his escort, and headed to the Control Center and State Command, the C5i, located in the Inner Harbor of Silao, for a meeting with directors and state security officials. 


On Emiliano Zapata  Street of  Colonia Loma de Flores, armed men caught up with him and fired at the vehicle and its occupants.

Neighbors heard the shots about 6:20 am July 31, 30 meters from the house of Director J. Santos Juarez Rocha.

More than 50 shots  marked the front and side of the vehicle, on the driver's side door.


Those responsible fled to Irapuato, so an operation was deployed with corporations of different levels all security forces, "the three levels of government" between Salamanca and Irapuato. In Celaya, the municipal president Ramón Lemus summoned the media  for a press conference shortly before 9:00 am and confirmed the execution of his director of Police.

He said that given the way he was murdered, he will ask for support from the federal and state authorities, and acknowledged the work of the director, saying: "he gave himself in full to his work."

As he has always done when talking about the serious criminal situation in this municipality, the PAN mayor described the situation as "atypical " in this panorama and attributed it to "a national panorama", the situation of insecurity, ie. "I understand that he did have threats" said the municipal president.
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In two years of the government of  Ramon Lemus, at least 10 elements of the Celayan Police have been assassinated. No suspects have been apprehended.

81 comments:

  1. Sounds like a cjng job, plata o plomo..

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    1. Regardless of whom. It's called (terrorists) criminal elements to assume control through violence and intimidation.

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    2. Please use your own slogan plata o plomo is from a Great Boss Pablo Escobar Mencho is a cucaracha compared to El True Amo Del Terror Don Pablo Escobar Gaviria indio

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    3. Correction! They are called terrorists.

      E42

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    4. Cuando en mx salga uno igualito o peor que ese pablo escobar gaviria entonces si van saber lo que es bueno, quizas asi dejaran de apoyar tanto los carteles esas ratas gordas de todos los partidos politicos, por el momento como no son ellos lo que les toca pagar los platos rotos siguen igual.

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    5. 9;44 that is exaxly what he's doing. How else can you call it? Mencho is a boss so don't hate

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    6. 9:44 pongase en cuatro patas y hagase un tattoo de pablo escobar gaviria en las nalgas, pero el serote never registered the trade mark or the rights to the name or patented it...
      And then, the PAN government about to call for priista controlled "federal help", is about to do what epn wants them to do, call EPN for help, after this last example of federal government sponsored terrorism of state, THE POLESIA NAZIONAL must be imposed one way and the other on the "indiotes"

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    7. J Santos Juarez Rocha on the photo does not look like a pushover, mophakas must have pissed their panties just thinking of talking to him.

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  2. Scary how the cartels in Mexico don't give a shit and just kill cops wholesale. There can't be any other country that kills cops this often and casually than they do in Mexico.

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    1. 6:45AM
      Toby Royson, why can't there be another country like that or worse? How much research have you done about other countries crime rate?

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    2. 6:45 Ay mijito, siempre hablas puras pendejadas.
      There are cartels and there are CARTELS,
      I blame the CARTEL "EL PRI", they got tired of murdering in Morelos State to enforce the acceptance of the polesia nazional and more important, to accept to pay them and let them do as they please, kidnap, rob, extort and traffick
      drugs as they see fit...

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    3. @ Toby u ever trvael outside the country u were breed in?

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    4. the country I was breed in? LOL

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    5. Toby Royson, as suspected. You don't know anything.

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    6. Ya vites pinchi tobias?
      Mejor ponte anonimo, pero si no le sacas y aguantas la vara pos ponte como queras, aqui te embrocamos gratis.

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    7. Por favor mis jediondotas, no se pelien,
      mejor prestensenlas.

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  3. It can be CJNG or CT

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    1. I live in Guanajuato. Here,there no longer are any CDS, no CT,this state belings to CJNG.

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    2. Theres another factor as well, some dude call EL MARRO. He has been heavy involved in gasoline theft for a few years now. One of the generals in GTO basicly accused the state prosecutor of protecting him recently. He controls like 100 clandestine fuel tomas. He is blamed for a bunch iof people getting killed btween Celaya and Queretaro limits. I think CJNG and the people from El Marro are going to go hard core.

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    3. Theres another factor as well, some dude call EL MARRO. He has been heavy involved in gasoline theft for a few years now. One of the generals in GTO basicly accused the state prosecutor of protecting him recently. He controls like 100 clandestine fuel tomas. He is blamed for a bunch iof people getting killed btween Celaya and Queretaro limits. I think CJNG and the people from El Marro are going to go hard core.

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    4. @7:06 CT doesn't exist anymore, they all joined FM, Viagras, or Tequileros.

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    5. Nobody steals petrol like PRI aligned narco-politicians and their military generals.
      Fernando Colunga's lover boy "la Pantera Rosa" rafael moreno valle, former Puebla Governor was a PRIISTA all his life, until he ran as a PAN candidate and won, he is said to still control about 2000 illegal clandestine fuel tomas, federal state, municipal police and auacates ain' never seen no illegal oil tankers anywheres all over mexico. But they sure target the people watching them. Say "plomo or petrolio" y no me la hagan de pedo.

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    6. @7:13 CT are actually making a pretty strong comeback in michoacan they have agreements with La nueva familia and los viagras against CJNG.

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  4. I see no difference from those extremists groups in the Middle East to those crimes being committed in Mexico today. The violence and extreme measures to assume power and control over towns and its municipal offices.
    Same tactics and measures are applied.

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    1. 7:14 after all he other unending wars, we went from Vietnam unending wars to wars all over LatinAmerica and then to the wars for profit on the middle east, and on all of them american Interests mining reduces and people and draining those countries and their own's bank accounts...

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  5. No pues si esta cabron ser de la ley en un pais lleno de salvajes con armas de alto calibre. Quizas no quizo vender el servicio y le dieron plomo.

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  6. I done tole you güeyes for months now about the terror of CJNG in GTO.

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    1. 7:50 he was not made an offer he could not refuse, who needs to "deal" when they got the full inconditional backing of the federal government?
      Hey the biggest mexican narcos have not been taken out of the way for nothing, the politicians really own mexico's crime now.

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  7. Looks like he chose to do the right thing and not be a cartel member.....too bad it cost him his life and he knew what he was getting himself into, so pity or sadness is the last thing the police director would want from anyone, especially his police force. We need more chiefs like this guy.....

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    1. Or he played for the wrong side and lost

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    2. What if he did "play" for the wrong side? Most likely he was forced to do it if that was the case, police forces in small towns are easily subdue by ruthless gangs of thugs.

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    3. Honest police commanders need to stay locked under guard at the police station and not "get picked up at the bus corner"
      Also, no checkpoints to lock up the city, no people's AutoDefensas at work, no strategy at all.

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  8. Cops and chiefs usually work for a cartel and if onother cartel finds out that they do then they usually get killed if they don't switch. It's known that cops work for cartels and are the most corrupt in Mexico next to politicians. They were not innocent

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  9. Off subject BB Benjamin Arellano Felix when he's done with his time here in the US is he a free man in mex?

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    1. His 65 years of age i hope the years are good to him

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    2. 2:39 pos como cuanto le falta pa salir?
      El güero palma had no record and no charges bt some got cooked quick, has been released by the US, BUT MEXICO keeps him imprisoned "because" they can...

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    3. Not likely, Mexico has learned to art of asste forfeiture from the USA. If he is free it will be because of the amount of "restitution" paid

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    4. The US has refined the art of keeping prisoners in dark towers wearing iron masks and chastity belts, they do it for mexican narco-politicans for free, and they get all that mexican Pemex oil nobody else wants on top all those other luxuries...like nopales for Walmart mexico exports...

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  10. cjng those cowards will kill children and woman just how they kill this family they have no respect for innocents lives funny how mencho became somebody in Mexico but in the US he was The Gringos Put@ shows how corrupted and destroyed mexico is

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    1. You must be the boot licker of some cartel, useless propaganda you got going on, they are all the same sack of shit. Just give the right reasons and they'll wipe out your whole family, even your cat, dog.

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    2. You sound butt hurt

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    3. @9:01 what you glorify cjng?

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    4. Why you mad bro?..

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  11. Rip to the police chief and his guard. They cant kill all the brave Mexicans.stand up and start fighting back...your kids deserve a Future.

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  12. The history of narcobloqueos in Mexico:

    Radiografía de los narcobloqueos en México:

    http://seguridad.nexos.com.mx/?p=209

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    1. Victor journalist who write it) sent it to me. It will take a while to translate, much work, bt I have begun

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    2. That is excellent news, Chivis. This is actually quite a short article by Nexos standards. I think the readers will appreciate this article. If you can, try to include the graphics.

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  13. Important story out of Painesville OH today. Deportees being kidnapped and held in stash houses in Nuevo Laredo:

    Deportee kidnap victim freed, talks of beatings and starvation (photos)

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    1. If you google the story you will see this has been reported on for 10 years. I became aware of the practice by US gov when my work began with Central American migrants after the slaughter of 72 in Tamps. they told me the US dumps them at the international bridge and tells them to march into Mexico. and many were from Central Am. in essence, they were undocumented in the states and dumped into another country where they also are undocumented.

      in doing so cartels are waiting to collect the cream of the crop. those poor souls are forced into narco work, sex trade or slave labor.

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    2. "aware of the practice by US gov"
      Its so easy to lay blame at the US yet so many live and make a better life there,i am grateful to the US

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    3. Yes, Chivis, but this case involves none of the examples you cite above. It was an old fashioned kidnapping - of a deportee.

      Of course very topical now, with the new enforcement promised by the Trump Administration.

      In a momentary lapse, I forgot to include the link. I'm sure you were able to find the article, but for those who couldn't here it is. It's pretty unusual, if not rare, to have an English language report of a kidnapping in Mexico with such details from family members.

      http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2017/07/deportee_kidnap_victim_freed_t.html

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    4. It is illegal for american police departments to release prisoners into a dangerous situation or neighborhod, I don'e see hw it is not illegal to release prisoners into a dangerous environment in mexico and why mexico allows it, the escuse of "point of entry" shiuld not be legal either. I hope when the donal' the Con Don gets arrested he bumps his ample cow head on the squad car.

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  14. I don't think the governor of that state gives a pound of ... for the guy

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    1. 10:37 well, governors are the first guys to sell the whole state to the highett bidder every week, and then recomends that they fight over the trespassing...

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  15. They got to get a handle on this in Mexico before the whole country is controlled by thugs.Of course the government is outgunned.Perhaps they need more and better weapons instead of making private backroom deals to sell them to the thugs who will just use it against them.

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    1. Unfortunately it's been out of control. The wave of violence and corruption has led to what Mexico has become. Greed from politicians and the greed from criminal organizations fighting tooth and nail for a bigger piece of a lucrative business.

      E42

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    2. 1p:42 the country is overrun, these exploiters are mostly all government sicarios controlled by local police officers bent on getting their slice of pie, and their victimizers would not have it any other way. Feeding the air companies too many prisoners would be real expensive, and prisoners need to be near the border to try again, makes sense, right?

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    3. Mas claro ni el agua esos mismos son los responsables de todo el desorden. E42

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  16. They never want to put sensible comments on this site.

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    1. 10:43 but sometimes they post pendejadas, like your grainy comment of the day,

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  17. I chatted with a taxi driver in Guanajuato, GTO. He told me he used to be a cop there, but that it was all so corrupt, he quit and became a taxi driver.

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    1. Translation: the cartel busted him down to halcon

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  18. Le deberian de dar una troca blindada alos jefes de policías - atte el as de la sierra jr

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  19. That taxi driver probably aint innocent either

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  20. Mexico. Where the sinners are winners... - Sol Prendido

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    1. I will have to agree with that "APA

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    2. Only in Mexico?

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  21. Y la blindada apa??

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  22. No suspects apprehended. 10 police killed. Good job Mexico. The US caught the unibomber. A genius hiding in the woods killing with mail bombs. Mex can't find a coked up retard living in the luxury appts down the street, while songs are sung about him in every bar in town. Lol!!

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    1. He only got caught because his own brother turned him in if not he would still be living in the woods killing men women and kids. Stop watching tv it did not take hours or a few days to catch the unibomber pick up a book or look online for the real info

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    2. you do know that it took almost 20 years to catch him right? It hasnt even been a week after this happened. Lol!!!

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    3. People and their skwed perceptions

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    4. The Unabomber, Theodore Kaczinzky was a child genius, has a PhD in Mathematics from Harvey U (I guess) was right in his cause but failed it by becoming a terrorist, he also volunteered when he was a student for mental experiments with some US government agency some blame for his mental problems with mind control, he was only caught after many years because his brother read his manifest, compared the writing with notes he left at home and contacted the FBI.
      It is like the Tsarnaev Brothers, some say they were students of a CIA professor/ agent
      Or the homeless mexican professional deported who killed some young girl in califas with a weapon that belonged to a FBI agent
      But was "magically" placed in his "mexican deportee" hands...

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    5. What about el bukanas in the article below this one 5:57? How many yrs they been chasing that one idiot around the mountains? What's the problem? Bukanas must be a genius. Lol

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    6. Pues pa eso estan los drones nomas que con tanto tacuache en las montañas como van saber quien es quien. Solo que se los cargen a todos parejo

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  23. everyone at bb doing a fabulous job at getting the the news translated. thank you! if it's not too much trouble, adding a map would be much appreciated! I can figure it out but I remember when you would occasionally put maps in the article.

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    1. Cool, thank YOU.
      I am a map freak, happy to do your bidding.

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  24. Just got a new phone today and the first thing I did is go to borderland beat, so here I am ✌️😎

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