Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Teloloapan Guerrero: Mexican Troops Kill 8 After Being Ambushed

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Proceso and El Financiero



Sept 18, 2017
MEXICO CITY - At least nine people died including eight civilians and one soldier, which was the result of a clash between military personnel and members of the La Familia criminal group in the municipality of Teloloapan, located in La Tierra Caliente region in the  north of the state of Guerrero.

Faced with the surprise attack, Mexican Army troops repelled the aggression and during the exchange of shots managed to shoot down 8 civilian criminals carrying large caliber weapons, while a military soldier by the name of Oscar Alexis "N", was wounded and later died while being attended to in the community hospital. 

The confrontation was recorded Saturday night at 10:45 p.m., at the crossroads to the town of Pachivia , on the highway that connects the municipal head of Teloloapan with the town of San Antonio Acachautla, official reports indicate.



Reports indicate that an army platoon, stationed in Teloloapan, were intercepted by a group of armed individuals wearing military uniforms  who then opened fire on the soldiers. The gunmen were traveling in two camouflage vehicles similar to those of the National Defense Secretariat (Sedena).

After the violent event, the military confiscated diverse armaments, as well as the cloned vans in which the armed men traveled whom are linked with La Familia Michoacana.

Guerrero Coordination Group spokesman Roberto Alvarez Heredia confirmed the facts and said that after the gun battle two vehicles with camouflage and uniforms military type, as well as 11 long arms for exclusive use by the armed forces were secured. 


 "The personnel of the Secretariat of National Defense were patrolling in that zone when they were attacked with shots of firearms by an undetermined number of criminal elements. During the events eight suspects were killed and one soldier who was injured and later died as a result of the injuries he received in that attack," he said in a telephone interview with El Financiero.

The site of the events was secured by military personnel, while on Sunday the Attorney General's Office (FGE) opened an investigation folder and initiated the corresponding proceedings.


This fact was registered after the diffusion of a video: the subjects who were dressed in military type uniforms executed a man who presumably belongs to a local group of community guardsmen of Teloloapan, called La Tecampanera and who are linked with Los Guerreros Unidos.

35 comments:

  1. Chameleons often do get exposed!
    However, an unfortunate loss of a soldier due to the cunning tactics used by such.
    Applause to those seeking a better future from such. A continuous battle with many perils as noted above.
    Can only hope stability will come soon to its Mexican citizens.

    E42

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    1. Shut up E 40. You know the only way it can right? Stoping the demand for drugs from the good ol U.S of A. Will never happen

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    2. Since you feel that strong about it! Stop it!

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    3. Have y'all notice how only the bad guys get killed all the time. Kind of seems like the Vietnam movies. Good guys always win. They must be G.I. Jose

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    4. 7:26 thanks for your evil comment, right on the meros callos (corns for the uninitiated)

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  2. Fierro pa Guerrero 馃尪 - Sol Prendido

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    1. Best MEZCAL in the WORLD is made in OAXACA.. FIERRO PRIMO

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    2. Compadre gracias por el tip. Tendr茅 que calar esas botellas. - Sol Prendido

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    3. That's a different state....

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    4. Quieres fierro. Nomas los jotitos dicen fierro.

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    5. 7:27 Chupas. - Sol Prendido

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    6. 3:24 pa que quieres nomas el tip, sol,
      de una vez agarrate toda la botella,
      a ver si asi se te quita lo caliente

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  3. Just because you can dress up like a marine doesn't men you can shoot and perform firefighting tactics like them, Good thing those morons that thought they could take on the marines never learn to shoot like an actual marines.

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    1. 11:12 the mexican army dresses their narco-recruit guerrillas in free army fatigues and provides them weapons before murdering them, sometimes after murdering them.
      it is what it looks like, to show work to their masters, i don't know how much they get paid for the scalp these days, it used to be a dollar on the US back in the day, indian looking scalps, young or old, men, children or women, the indians faul of course, the did not have big university degrees or higher education to qualufy to live in peace in their own country...

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  4. ambushed? 1 dead? yeha right..se hiso un cagason,y con 1 baja la quieren limpiar..theres no ambushes,just soldier killing sicarios..its actually the other way around,the sicarios were ambushed..someone gave them up,asi son estas cosas-pelos parados

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  5. Thats why i get nervous when i get pulled over at night by the military i dont kno if they in clones or are the real thang. I stay in apatzingan btw

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  6. those towns of guerro are fill with filty cowards from la familia michoacana all they know is to ambush they will never fight a real marine one on one thats how they are raised in their own state to be some loud mouth cowards que solo con ventaja i alebosia tienen bolas arriva la marina puro guerro cocho aqui no queremos ratas

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    1. 9:13 since the murders of the copreros in Cacapulco for demanding a pay rise of 15 mexican cents per kilo of copra, equal to $0.0125 usd back then, in the 60s, the state of guerrero has been full of military, "to save the state from communism" but there is nothing and nobody to save the state from the corrupt narco-governments and their polesias and melitary that exploit everybody and everything as they see fit.

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  7. 8 civilians? or 8 soldiers? or 8 civilan criminals(cartels)?

    fook i dont understand borderlanbeat

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    1. Reread it.It says civilian criminals how do you not understand that...shout out to BB!!

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  8. haha I love how druggies always get shot to shit by the military!

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    1. 11:20 toby, callese guey, soldiers make narcs anytime, depends how many the government want, to show work, it is a counter-insurgency technique aimed at the real would be insurgents just to make sure...

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    2. what? didn't understand a word of that.

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  9. sad for mexico. i wait Capital punishment in Mexico

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    1. Hola El Kazakhstan!!

      It would seem a no brainer, right? but that is putting the cart before the donkey. The corrupt governments of Mexico would use the punishment as a tool to eliminate foes of all types, including political and social and human rights advocates.

      First a pristine, bulletproof system of law and order, not subject to threat; certain to remain or continue safe and unharmed.

      and a criminal justice system that is fair for each individual brought forth for judgment. That guilt will be decided fairly, based on evidence and fact, judged in rational manner, operating and judged by people with an innocent until proven guilty mindset, and not by a mob, false accusations, or military executioners who systematically become judge, jury and executioner”, and often float a false narrative to justify extrajudicial murder, resulting in a knee jerk reaction and praise by some in the public.

      This is why the criminal court system operates under “innocent until proven guilty” mindset. Without a fair and uncorrupt court system, guilt and punishments would likely be determined by one person with overwhelming power or a mob mentality based on whatever most people feel is the right choice.

      BTW your name is spelled without the ‘h’ by you.

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    2. A valid point made Chivis!
      Many of us are aware of political persecution that exists in Mexico. Furthermore, the corrupt practices which some government political elements enforce.
      Can only imagine the wrongfully convicted and executed at an alarming rate.
      Well put BB!

      E42

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    3. 11:34 kazakachuchas, the death penalty is already being applied extra-judiciarily to any mexican that is deemed guilty of something on the spot, sentence and trial done on the spot by the almost illiterate military or police that just did maybe 3 years of secundaria...
      --no seas mamon con tus pinchis opiniones y comentarios pendejos some innocents here may start believing your CRAP.

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  10. The La Fam Michuachan attempted kidnapping, a few years ago, of a bus load of mine workers to the south of Tololopan also involved 'real' 'fake' uniforms of government. (local autodefensas rushed to the scene stopping the worst) Many firefights go on in that area that never make the news. That area is zona de tierra caliente fosas. Once passed a federal police truck with a mounted M60 like, driving very fast down the switchbacks to Cocula. Ya gotta wonder what they just did... Or even if they were legit. I wish I could give a personal firearm to everyone in Mex.

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  11. The best thing in this article is the ratio, 1 : 8.

    I think I have some respect to Mexican soldiers.

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  12. Not a great way to show respect to the fallen soldier's family. Photos of him dead in the seat, slumped like that. RIP brave and honorable young man.

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    1. He died at the hospital. That was one of the narcos in fake uniform. You can see his dead buddy in the driver seat.

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  13. death to narco scums. fuck all of you.

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    1. 5:11 if the mexican narco-government tells you your aguelita is a narco, i imagine you going for her throath like a pendejo, looks like you are the champ of all the pendejo world.

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