Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Government of Coahuila disqualifies report that denounces complicity of Moreira Brothers with Los Zetas

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Proceso           
               Humberto y Rubén Moreira. Foto: Especial
MEXICO CITY (APR) .- The government of Coahuila presented this morning [Nov 27] a document to answer and clarify "inaccuracies" contained in the report prepared by the Human Rights Clinic of the University of Texas.

The document - presented by the government secretary, Víctor Zamora Rodríguez, and the head of the entity's Human Rights Office, Federico Garza - rejects the assertions about the control exercised by The Zetas cartel in Coahuila, based on testimony from ex members of that criminal organization, among whose statements is the complicity of the governments of Humberto and Rubén Moreira.

The statements concerning collaboration of the State with the organized crime are totally false, affirmed Zamora Rodríguez; evidence of this, he added, is the decrease in homicide rates related to organized crime, as well as the improvement in security.

After specifying that in 2012 there were 688 intentional homicides, and this year 94 have been counted, the state official stressed: "In a simple contrast with reality it is evident that it does not correspond or does not fit with what is happening today, because this administration has directed its actions to fight against the interests of organized crime."

In that sense, the report presented by the Human Rights Clinic is not an investigation, but the testimony of ex-members of the Zetas in three trials held in the United States, he said.

According to the document of the government of Coahuila, that report omits the official information on the investigations in the cases of Allende and the Piedras Negras penitentiary, as well as the arrests not only of members of organized crime and public servants in both cases, but of the taking down and / or arrest of the main leaders of this organization in the state.

The government does not reject efforts or discredit the University of Texas report, but considers it important to mention the actions of the current administration in terms of security, stressed Víctor Zamora, according to information released by the newspaper Zócalo de Saltillo.

35 comments:

  1. Government fraud and collusion at its highest. The Moreira’s will pay for their sins and Karma has sentenced them. You live by the sword then by God you shall and you will die by the sword. They are scum and need to be taken care of they have destroyed so many innocent lives and much much more.

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    1. unfreaking real!!! I agree!!!!! Who paid for this BS impunity???? How much cash changed hands to DENY the report???? You reap what you sow sad to say they will be taken care of in the end. It is time to just form one huge military coalition and clean slate for Mexico for the good of the people.

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    2. Not so sure. Since the deal he made with EPN clears him

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    3. One hand washes the other even though the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing.

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  2. What government has admitted to any wrong doings? Better yet in cahoots with illegal criminal behavior?
    All governments lie!

    Until that one reporter whose diligent work exposes it all. Sound familiar?
    Nice article BB

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    1. Diligent reporting is real expensive, even in the US lately.
      SHIT, even if you are an anonymous commenter on BB the wicked witches of Breitbart come to persecute you!
      It's like Wuuuh! don't make me come.

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    2. Like to see them try. With all the readers and supporters of BB. It will be a hard fight to win.

      Kudos BB

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  3. Mi Coahuila. I miss you! I hope to see you soon!

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    1. My family from saltillo. We all left. Miss it a lot

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    2. Zeta state. I hate it

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  4. "The government does not reject efforts or discredit the University of Texas report, but considers it important to mention the actions of the current administration in terms of security, stressed Víctor Zamora, according to information released by the newspaper Zócalo de Saltillo." What security . They just keep adding fuel to justification to ex-communicate Mexico . Its always the same, independent unbiased investigators find corruption but when one investigates ones self finds only good doings . Don't the usa have a extradition order for one of these governors ?

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  5. So their response to a report outlining how the Z controlled the state government 4-8 years ago is: “that couldn’t be true, look how good things are today.” The atty gen’s argument on the fact that the UT report didn’t include Coahuila government figures is adorable too; I wonder why UT may have considered those figures to be less-than-accurate. Oh wait, that’s the point of the entire report.

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  6. Maybe things changed when Layla,Moreira's nephew got killed by the Zetas.I wonder what DD and Chivis's take is on this being they live or spend a great deal of time in that state?

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    1. Municipal police officers killed Lalito as ordered by El Lazca, el pen Moreira took his state police protection away from Lalito to make it easier, that how it worked out.

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    2. 2:10 is correct, however it was the top down..the chief and supervisors. They tried to kill the three that were directly involved, and dumped them in Bravo. one floated to the Rio Grande side and picked up by BP in Del Rio. I got confirmation with someone at the hospital. he was taken to GEO. and there is much more to the story. I may be able to write about it someday. Acuna is one of the cities I worked in at the time. I knew Lalo. He called on my help during the Alex storm. He was a good kid. He was not raised in the family or in saltillo. Bert acknowledged him when lalo was around 17. however he would often go to acuna to visit him.

      yes his uncle took away his armor truck and state police bodyguards saying "municipal police can protect him" We went to the funeral...his uncle the governor nor any of the gov fam attended.

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    3. It is interesting chivis, I was wondering what happened to the municipales that murdered lalito, I am sure el bertie boy did not order them killed, I hope you can post about it.

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  7. Absolute resolve and criminal denial. The pockets that have been padded beyond belief. 99.99% of all readers here know the complicity of the Moreira's and the evil that they have done. Correct the "inaccuracies"? This is so blatant so destructive that they would deny the accuracy of their involvements. The cover up and collusion is just so open and transparent but yet no one cares. Chivis posted this several months ago and the Mexican government dares to spit at the ICC?? http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/07/humberto-and-ruben-los-hermanos-moreira.html The US indictments against those cockroaches completely tells the opposite. They will get their dues. The Z's laid out millions for those sewer rats so time will tell when they are put underground for their deeds against humanity. Z-40 & Z-42 won't put up with that crap which gives them total blame along with Lazcano so those mass killers will definitely speak out against those two yellow backed Moreira's. We despise the Trevino's but no way in hell can the Moreira's get a pass for the atrocities and complicity. NO F#CKING WAY

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  8. ***Repost***
    Can someone confirm if Humberto’s first wife was related to zeta or cdg member? My people in Coahuila say Humberto’s first wife is the daughter of an old school narco.

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    1. It is his current wife Vanessa. Her father was in a safe house, in Saltillo, when a shootout broke out a couple years ago. He was rumored to have died and it was months before that was confirmed not to be so. If he was injured that was kept quiet. But bottom line, it is his current wife. They were married for yrs of his governorship, and have three children.

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  9. very very sad. as long such statements are done by mexican politicians and no cry out from the people....nothing will change. And hoping on final judgment by god will not work.

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  10. My post was different in the sense I wrote much from personal experience. Coahuila is "my state". I don't mind that profe posted a similar post.

    here is mine if you missed it and are interested:
    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/07/humberto-and-ruben-los-hermanos-moreira.html

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  11. A lost state,and federal government who accepts it, and is complicit. If the people do nothing,which they won't, the country is lost .What a pity! A narco country with a society that does nothing! Dr Mierles suffered for nothing.

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    1. 7:18 Dr Mireles is free and alive, other followers are in prison or dead, don't cry for the good doctor...
      Others shall pick up his fallen standard, about time.

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  12. The Enlightened OneNovember 29, 2017 at 7:55 PM

    There are cases against the Moreira's pending in the International Criminal Court (The Hague) for Crimes Against Humanity. Should be an open and shut case. That's the only hope for justice here. Would be great if these f*cks had to hide out in Mexico for the rest of their lives.

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    1. 7:55 good, I hope epn gets his case opened soon too, ot is badly needed.

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    2. There are no cases pending in the ICC against anyone in Mexico. Search their site absolutely none. There will be no investigation, there will be no case, arrests or trials. ICC does not even have any Mexican defendant(s) pending for any case or review. I have provided a link, click on “MENU” click on “Situations and Case” or search by name, country or whatever you choose. NO CASES PENDING, NO INVESTIGATIONS PENDING. ICC has no interest. ====>>>> https://www.icc-cpi.int/Pages/Main.aspx

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    3. @3:23 ur right, I searched that whole friggin’ site NADA. They got a pass from the world court! Not even a docket entry. Apparently the complaint was filed, announced then ultimately dismissed by the ICC as false w/o even a preliminary investigation.

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  13. Chivis are you from Mexico ? Is that why you say Coahuila is your state ? I always just assumed you were from S A

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    1. I am Mexican American second generation.
      My family is/was from pacific coast side. but my mentor was in NE mexico so well over a decade ago I chose coahuila to set up offices for our family foundation. I have worked in a third of the states, but coahuila has my heart.

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  14. Kings for a day, slaves for an eternity.

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  15. That's interesting the Enlightened 1.I wonder when that case will come up and I wonder if bros. Moreiras will do in the Hague what was done today there with that war criminal drinking poison in the courtroom and dying that way investigation is all wrapped up and family gets to keep whatever is in their personal vaults.(if the amount of money is worth dying for).

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    1. It is interesting that some peepol argue they facked up 10 years ago and that ten years ago make old stories old...
      La Hague has been doing business for about 70 years, and still can't prevent government inspired abuses of power and authority by the dignitaries in charge not even years after they have left their secretariats and ministrys and lofty positions, they seem to have no teeth, how about some new dentures?
      It is like, convicted mass murdering genocidal maniac henry kissinger, the US will not extradite his ass to East Timor where he has been convicted in absentia because he was not man enough to present his ass in court, reported by Christopher Hitchens.
      Mexico can expect no justice anywhere except on mexican soil and mexicans need to exact their own justice a pedradas.

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  16. It is intersting how the family based form of organisation seem to be the most successful for organised crime independently of if it is street thugs (like Treviño and Arellano-Felix) or government and politics like the Moreiras.

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  17. Zetas giving him millions and his government protection, win win situation. Damn! Why didn't i become a politician!

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