Tuesday, October 31, 2017

6 found tortured and executed and dumped on the highway at Loma Bonita, Oaxaca

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Noreste article

Subject Matter: Executions in Loma Bonita, Oaxaca
Recommendation: No prior subject matter required


A discovery was made Monday morning in the immediate location of Los Mangos and Motel California, Agua Clarita, at the side of the Federal highway, all had been tortured and executed, and were found several kilometers from the town. There were 5 men and 1 woman.

The body of the woman was around 50 years of age, meanwhile the men were between 30 and 35 years old. The discovery was made shortly after a caravan of armed men belonging to a criminal group ( Otis: The CJNG reported on by BB reporter El Profe ) threatening acts of violence.






The bodies of the executed were established as Daniel Morales, Jorge "Koki", Santos, Cosme alias "Pony", Diego and Irma.


(Otis: The Mexican press including Milenio are presuming that these individuals were either kidnappers or extortioners, and were kidnapped and killed on or near the night of the patrol of the close by town by CJNG. As we know with the 35 bodies dumped in Veracruz that were attributed to the CJNG, they are not beyond killing innocents to create a climate of fear.)






63 comments:

  1. Are the sicarios screwing these people? Why do they always throw them out with their pants down?

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    1. Have you ever dragged a body or unconscious person through the floor?

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    2. Because theyre tortured. Sick fucks whoever did this shit. Cdg or zetas or cjng.

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    3. They get raped for them to show who is more of a man

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    4. When you have to carry a heavy body, you do it with two persons, one gets their hands or wrist the other grabs them by the ankles. When you grab them over their pants and carry them, the force applied brings the pants down.

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    5. It's to humiliate them as well.

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  2. Hi Otis/Chivis. Thought you guys may be interested to see the El Universal article about Hipolito Mora.

    http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/estados/siento-la-muerte-muy-cerca-me-buscan-asesinar-hipolito-mora

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  3. that's what they do kill innocent people to put fear on the town cjng made their presence be know to the world I would assume their rivals got time to escape no way they could have capture them so I believe innocent random people got pick and kill very sad but hombreriegos and low life's will defend this criminals smh

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    1. Read the article

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    2. 7:28: I agree it is sad that "innocent random people" are killed and used to make threats to enemies of the criminales who do this.

      Otis: For over 40 years I read the periodicos and hear people say like you write "The Mexican press including Milenio are presuming that these individuals were either kidnappers or extortioners". This is a deep disease in the way of the people's thinking and it has been told to us by the periodicos and políticos to makes it acceptable that the gob does not work to catch the criminales that do this.

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    3. Yeah most likely innocents that how CJNG operates killing innocents

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    4. Lissen to el carretero, you have made normal the murdering of people and the accusing them of being drug traffickers or kidnappers or at fault somehow.
      El Loco Duterte just decided to kill his way to notoriety, his Ton-Ton Macutes execute anybody that looks like an addict or a drug trafficker and has earned great prises from the american admirers of authoritarianism that regret not having the same range of governance, mexico poses no great threat to abuse of power, oaxaca has been flooded with military and police, including federal for dozens of years, and we are to believe anybody painted red wearing feathered headresses is an indian attacking the decent people,
      I remember that the Boston party and the Meadow Mountain massacre perpetrators also disguised themselves as indians,
      In Mexico the criminals disguise themselves as CJNG.

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    5. 3:10; I have never responded to ridiculous comments to me until now. Assuming your mis-spelling is referring to me and not ciudad Queretaro; your first sentence is a complete lie. There is nothing to support this lie of a claim and your comment like many are irresponsible and false.

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    7. Carretero, I should have said OTIS, LISSEN TO EL CARRETERO, because I agree with you that calling people names like kidnappers or extortionists convicts them without a trial and normalizes the carnivorous excesses of the mexican dignitaries who are on top of all the corruption in mexico.
      I understand BB reporters are mostly bringing us what Milenio and their dignified reporters write, and mister Otis says so in small print addendum in parentheses.
      Let's say ya ya carretero, takeiteasy. Pat on the back.

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    8. 3:10 Carretera is 100% right and you’re not. Why don’t you get a little bit of knowledge before you make statements like their fact here. By the way Queretaro is a city! Lol!

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  4. they are not beyond killing innocents to create a climate of fear.)
    i love otis B the most real reporter i this blog for real tho he say things how it is not taking or cheerleading for no criminals keep it up my brother love your work and appreciated saludos bro

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    1. I agree with you about Otis B he keeps it real
      Borderland Beat for the most part is a liberal website that's encourages violence with some of their posts and the comments they allow

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    2. Cjng are garbage that will fall harder than they came up. Tweaker cartel nothing more. My fam in Jalisco despise these douchers nothing more than yes men paid in meth. True story. People say cjng is balling yet they payall their men and allies with ice. That soon willbe curbed when the dope starts running out.

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    3. Liberal? Or realistic?

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    4. 4:52 will they ever run out of ice? Its cheap, practically free. Until they run out means you will have tweaker cartel for a long time.

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  5. That was CJGN message to all after its Pep Rally in nearby town.
    If you think about this; a calculated requirement
    to inform of their prescience. Evidence for those unwilling believers!

    You definitely deliver stories and articles Otis.

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    1. Correction cjng

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    2. Wait for an answer from the other groups.

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  6. Only in Mexico can one caravan around town with automatic weapons, and CJNG painted on the sides of their vehicles and get away with it. Let alone get away with murdering innocent people, ambushing military and police, all because you don't have the stones or cojones to get it on straight up. It's pathetic.

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    1. That’s been the problem all along in Mexico.
      No law enforcement whatsoever.
      A western movie ūüé• full of shootouts and killings of citizens. Towns , cities and villages
      run by bandits who are the hired public officials and peace officers.
      Its this elite corrupt system of justice who plaques Mexico’s citizens.

      It’s been pathetic!

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    2. Yea these fuckers need to come to the u.s and try that over here. They wouldn't last Hopefully the people weren't innocent.

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    3. The U.S loves drugs so there has to be cartels CLOSE to feed the hungry.. Sad for Mexico and the U.S of A

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    4. 1:20 Cholos have been doing it in the U.S. since the 70s and they've lasted. Drive by shootings, home invasions, accidently killing innocents and so on. Oh, and what about the late 70s and 80s cocaine chaos? Let's look in the mirror.

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    5. In mexico drug trafficking is military or federal police at the top of the narco world controlling it for politicians and businessmen and foreign powers.
      On the US it is police looking the other way to allow big bankster money launderers and businessmen to make their own luck by looking like fools 24/7.
      Then there are all those great opportunities for private security corporations, full of corrupt polizetas and righteous police officers expecting juicy contracts working as state private security delictive "FUERZAS ESTATALES" ON EVERY STATE, like a little KGB.

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    6. 10:30 the more pathetic shit is that the US government gets what it paid for with billions of dollars of american taxpayers' money, "subsidies" for a war for profit disguised as a war on drugs they also designed to lose.
      Talk to your legislators and demand accounting.

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  7. Otis. How do you know they were innocent? Because they were teachers and police? La tuta was a teacher and a whole lot of sicarios are police. Don't believe the hype. They were ties to zetas and that's why they got killed

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    1. I dont know if they were innocent or not, but normally when they are caught for kidnapping or extortion, CJNG dismember them and leave a cartulina, a message saying who they are and why they were killed. This smacks of something altogether different.

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    2. You know those 35 bodies were not of innocent people when zetas from veracruz switched sides really quick to work with cjng and not to mention all the narcofosas they had there. If cjng just went around killing innocent people their enemies would know they are full of sh!t and not be intimidated by cjng.

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    3. @10:20 the boca del rio bodies were proven to be innocents. read my articles both at insight crime and BB. Only one even had a criminal record but not connected to organized crime. the BDR police gathered them up for CJNG- in police cars. the entire force was fired.

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    4. 1020 post posted to make fun at? Some things are better left unpublished for respect of the dead

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    5. Really they were just fired? Wow

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    6. estas bien pendejo 9:03.cjng did same thing in nayarit, sure if they can find who they are looking for they'll kill them when they cant they kill whoever they can to create fear. My cousin was from a small town in nayarit working as a electrician in san blas at one of the hotels was picked up while he was out eating and not heard from till he was found in a fosa.

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    7. 9:03; Writing that these victims had ties to Zetas like it is a fact, and as you did is inhumane, unfair to the victims and their families, irresponsible of you as a pesson, and is irrefutable proof that you have no credibility on the subject matter.

      Pull your head out, use your brain, and KEEP IT REAL!
      Dwight

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    8. AGAIN, not just because most didn't have criminal record doesnt mean they weren't criminals, I'm sure there are some that are 8inocent in the mix but to say cjng just goes around killing innocent people and not the contras does not make sense

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    9. Have to admit Otis; you have yet to mislead or misguide anyone here.
      Do believe what you state about the victims.
      Such a sad situation.

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    10. There is stories of police working with cjng and threatening them to find zetas or they will kill their fam. It's a fact that police are the most corrupt in mexico besides the politicians

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    11. @5:19 , and what exactly did that 8 year old boy do? to make them blow him up with dynamite while they laughed? None of the cartels are innocent, they all kill innocents, the drive people from their homes when cleansing areas, they have no regard for the lives of anyone. Anyone that claims that they do must be blindfolded for the last twenty years.

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    12. To Chivis: would that had to have been greenlighted by El Mencho to occur, perhaps he was actually the very mastermind behind it? I'd like to know deeper what kind of man this is and the mentality he has... what is out there is mostly very superficial, "yup he's bad"-kind of reporting. Is there any info whether he personally has cut someones head off or done brural things along that nature nd if he hasn't, he surely would've been there while it happened right?

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    13. 5:19 did you read my articles? I investigated the story well. Most of Mexican media stopped calling them Zetas right away realizing what was happening. Citizen witnesses saw people and young teens being dragged from the streets into police cars. You can believe what you wish I just put it out there, I would never cover for criminals, I have seen too much pain and destruction they have caused. But using innocents, law abiders as props to punctuate narco messages, is a hell of a lot easier than hunting the narco bads to do same. One has really stuck with me. A little skinny ass kid.. 14 or .15, he was walking to the store to get some chicken feed before school. he lived in poverty with his grandmother, they supplemented their income by selling eggs from their chickens. witnesses saw the municipal police pull over and told him to get in. of course he did. the next time he was seen by his grandmother was his being a part of the human death dump in Boca. not only dead but you can see the signs of torture.

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    14. 6:41 Mencho was the author or mastermind. they used the name Mata Zetas, and as the story goes Chapo was not happy for many reasons. As for Mencho he is very dangerous having the mix of an evil brilliance, perception and absolutely zero boundaries. I have begun an article about him. I just have little time to write at the present time.

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    15. Any names of the "mata zetas involved in Boca Del Rio massacre? Because, La Mencha could not be everywhere directing or ordering the murders of innocent people and teenagers or the dynamiting of young boys.
      The guilt by association sure applies, the kingpins are responsible for the crimes of their underlings and loose associates, coffee servers, surrogates, and learned professors and lesser hangers on, inrregardless of their "faulty memories" or their millions of dollars, unless worse crimes of others exhonerate them, like their missing e-mails or their own purchases of dirt, and shirt or russian ties.
      The Boca Del Rio police needed enhanced interrogation, in their full ceremonial uniforms with Eagles and stars and scrambled eggs, not getting fired, that comes after the court martial and the dressing down in public in front of the whole corporation before getting drummed out to prison.
      There must still be names of the police brass in chsrge, but like San Fernando or Allende mass murders the mexican government chooses to keep silent.
      The mass grave of La Macarena in Colombia right outside the military compound illustrates the modern crimes of state and the impunity they vest upon themselves, transplanted to mexico too, straight from "Los Zarpazos Del Puma" patricia del Carmen Verdugo Aguirre in Chile, General in charge Sergio Arellano Stark, the chilean junta was helped by two mexican generals straight from MEXICO68, graduates of the shool of the americas on the US, General mario ballesteros prieto y General manuel diaz escobar, Diplomados de Estado Mayor, jefes del consejo de estado mayor presidencial de gustavo diaz ordaz y del secretario de la Defensa nacional manuel garcia barragan, they made pinochet happy, along with the US Navy and the CIA on the scene representing kissinger and nixxon, american citizen Charles Horman sends his regards.

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    16. Chivis: Why would Chapo be unhappy, about what? I want to know what things Mencho have done personally rather than being the responsible one giving orders. Would CJNG think lesser of him if he haven't done any gruesome killings himself and lead by example?

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  8. Cjng taking onother plaza? These guys don't play, they make cds look like school girls

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    1. 904–0 yeah those guys in the caravan were real impressive as is killing innocents and putting them on display. Oaxaca is a worthless plaza in the whole scheme of things and that was probably CDS paying a bunch of Addicks to drive around with old CJNG trucks.

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    2. Honestly 9:04 that display really isn't that impressive. I could call all my oilfield trash buddies up here in West Texas and we could have a better show of force than that. And by the way weren't narcos or wannabes. We just have a love for firearms and we have the money to buy them. But if you get off by watching a bunch of men rolling in a soccer ⚽️ mom's vehicle then......to each his own.

      P.S. When Chapo entered Juarez he rolled in with a 1000 sicarios in trucks so until Mencho can do that then CDS wins hands down. (I'm far from a CDS fan).

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    3. 1:13 and what happened to them 1000 sicarios in trucks? La Linea los mando a c$:&: su madre

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    4. I mean by their ruthlessness not by their caravans, that don't mean sh!t. In that sense, cds looks like school girls next to cjng

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    5. 5:17 like I said in my comment I'm no CDS fan. Living in W-Tex you should already know who I would rather see running Chihuas. I'd like things to go back to the Pablo Acosta and Amado days when narcos left the civilians alone. But you are right Aztecas, La Linea and Los Linces took care of business piece by piece.

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  9. Look just because there's a lady doesn't mean they are Innocent women are in the game as well. They can be renting out multiple houses for the sicarios to live in used for extortion etc etc. These cartels get Intel better yet buy Intel of these people and go from there. If that was the case wouldn't there be double or triple the rate of innocent lives being lost? Most of the people that join these groups do so out of last resort and way to makesome money.

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    1. A lot just do it because they like that fuck up life.

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    2. That lady didn't miss too many meals, the men around her didn t either, but guilty?
      It is not like the police could not make them confess, so why kill them?

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    3. 10:30 michelle, are you aware you are arguing for guilt of the murder victims?
      The presumption of "Innocent Until Proven Guilty" may be a forgotten concept to you, or you may just be conveniently ignoring it, but even in mexico, it is in the books, unlike the death penalty after trial by a jury of your peers, at least in a kangaroo court, damit! There is no death penalty in mexico, and that is no omission or a coincidence, it is the LAW, MICHELLE, read it some day.

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  10. -Desde Tierra Caliente-
    Se muestra verdadero el miedo. Vivir no es como leerlo. Ver camoinetas desconocidas para ti trae el apret√≥n de manos. El miedo por los hijos y nietos no son solo palabras. Se necesitan palabras e im√°genes como estas para acercar a la gente la realidad. La emocion. Gracias, se√Īor Otis.

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    1. Many colombian drug traffickers and communist guerrillas were murdered by Alvaro Uribe velez and co. And their lands, cattle and properties became the property of former president alvaro uribe velez or his associates.
      Just kill'em all, leave nobody to complain for them.

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