Monday, February 5, 2018

Guerrero:Two priests and a professor murdered, two others injured, in armed group attack

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat from Sinebargo-Club de Periodistas de Guerrero A.C.
Thank you Noah

Guerrero overflowing with bodies, no room at the morgue 

600 bodies in one morgue



Hours before Carlos Aguiar Retes  officially became the Archbishop of Mexico, two priests were cowardly assassinated.

Mexico continues to be the most dangerous place on earth for Priests. That said, I don’t recall an incident where two priests were attacked and killed together.

The event occurred today when six people (two priests, one teacher, one chemist, one fisherman and a woman, other reports say 2 women) were returning from a dance in the community of Juliantla.

The two priests and a professor were killed early Monday when they were traveling on the dangerous Iguala-Taxco federal highway in Guerrero.

According to the witness, the woman identified as Alba Iris "N", while they were traveling on the highway, a van blocked their way and an armed group descended from the vehicle opened fire,  and then fled.


The murdered priests;  Germaín Muñiz García who served in the Diocese of Chilpancingo-Chilapa and Iván Añorve Jaimes served in the Archdiocese of Acapulco [was also a singer-songwriter] were killed in the attack.

Father Muñiz García was taken alive to Adolfo Prieto General Hospital in Taxco. He died hours later while being treated.  Professor  Rogelio "N"  37, was also dead at the scene.

Meanwhile, the chemist Arveli "N" of 25 years lost the index finger of the right hand and the fisherman Óscar "N" of 27 had a bullet in the left wrist; Alba Iris was unharmed.

The violence is uncontrollable in Guerrero. Last November, the Semefo de Chilpancingo accumulated at least 600 bodies; the smell that emitted reached the surrounding areas, putting the health of the inhabitants and employees at risk. In the face of this crisis, Governor Hector Astudillo increased the number of refrigeration units for storage. However, the number of corpses has already exceeded that capacity.

Update: The six who were under attack

C. Alba Iris NN 24 years old, dance student and originally from Carrizalillo Municipality of Eduardo Neri, who was unharmed. 

1: Arveli NN of 25 years of age, chemist (who was with the loss of the index finger right side) with address in Apango, Municipality of Mártir de Cuilapan, transferred to the General Hospital "Adolfo Prieto" of Taxco de Alarcón.

2: Óscar NN of 27 years of age, of fisherman occupation (minor wound on the left wrist), originally from the Ramadita, Municipality of San Marcos, transferred to the General Hospital "Adolfo Prieto" of Taxco de Alarcón.

3: Rogelio NN, 49 years old, priest, from the community of Mezcala, Municipality of Eduardo Neri, transferred to the General Hospital "Adolfo Prieto" of Taxco, reported as a serious health.

4: Germán NN, 39 years old, priest, originally from Apango, Municipality of Mártir de Cuilapan (he lost his life in at the dcene).

5: Iván NN, 37 years old, professor, originally from the Port of Acapulco (he lost his life at the scene).


Total 6, (2 deceased, 3 injured and 1 unhurt).

51 comments:

  1. Han matado a los hijos de Dios. El infierno es eterno. Pobres los que no creen.

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    1. 7:32 a pero ahi andan de calientes en el pinchi baile.
      danger is danger, they should not be around even in caravanas, the more bounty that way, but these people were not robbed or finished.
      I propose that so-called governor astudillo's jundillo be the first to put in one new OR OLD COOLER, FACK IT, and the secretary of public security of the state too, that they arrive to hell together.

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    2. 7:32 malo que es usted.

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    3. Is it smart or safe to give the first names and hometowns of the dead and wounded could they not finish what they started?

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    4. why is miguel angel mancera's foto between the other two guys? senator LaYda Elena Sansores says:
      pena nieto y mancera, La Misma Chingadera!

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  2. What an absolute atrocity. Mexico u have truly become a 3rd world country. There will be a wall amigos, and fans if necessary to blow ur smell of rotting flesh back southward. Your ultimate destruction will be a military annihilation. No doubt. And I will enjoy watching the coverage on FOX news :) hellfires from heaven

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    1. On Monday, in the United States of America, a 56 year old man was arrested for carrying a severed head on a train. Look in the mirror first, you might not like what you see.

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    2. No doubt the volume of cartel crime surpasses my country's but we have a middle-aged gay guy here in Toronto who so far has been charged with 5 counts first degree murder, as in serial killer PLUS he allegedly dismembered them and hid the remains in outdoor planters of his clients(he was a landscaper).

      _ Canadian girl

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    3. Ya ur rite 5:02. Ur a really smart guy. A lot of similarities.

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    4. Re: Anonymous Feb.6 5:02pm (helps de reader, by being more specific) This incident happened in Los Angeles, CA. Homeless man Latino, killed his wife, dismembered her body, put in luggage, on board Gold line. Set luggage on fire. Dismemberment style arriving from Mexico.

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    5. but nobody drone bombs and kills by the millions of collateral casualties and sends cities and towns by the dozen back to the stone age and leaves the survivors to their luck, plague, pestilence and famine like the US military industrial complex, duly covered-up by the powers that be and USMSM... except if the russians have the capability to send niukiuliar torpedos straight from siberia to the US and the "american estadistas" see a business opportunity to make new niukiuliar bombs and update the existing stocks with a trillion dollar loan from the chinese, it's like wagging the dog or a trick to save face and the government from its "enemies and unamerican traitors"

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    6. 8:02am
      Cool, let's be specific.

      Anthony Shawn Blamer, a WHITE male, dismembered with a chainsaw another man in the state of Michigan.

      If you want more examples going back to the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990 and present let me know.

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    7. The US soil was attacked three times.. by the japan, Mexico, and osma bin dead...
      who won? The US economy still helps to run the world....

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    8. The US was also attacked in 1994 and not to mention electronic warfare were the US doesn't always win.

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  3. The world should act.....The UN should expel the Mexican Gov....but they won't...this happens in Africa all the time. But now it's next door. Both US and Mexico are equally to blame. Corruption and impunity on and from both sides allow acts like this, and against journalists, and women...I don't want US to act alone, it has to be a multi national org.

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    1. You won't get a world response, only the US and maybe Canada if we're lucky. This mess is only seen as affecting Mexico and the US. You'll get UN support for events in Africa because they always end up spreading to Europe or European interests; and the Middle Eastern countries hate Africans, so they are always for taking them down.

      KB

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    2. 8:43. Good point

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    3. This is a Mexican problem and can only be solved by Mexicans, not the UN the US or anybody else. Having the UN expel a government sets a precedent,if the UN can expel the Mexican government nobody will be safe. This may never end and will spread.

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    4. Where's my reply to rojo's comment about the UN and 3rd world countries. U know, the one where I explained that countries with a democratic government should be able to handle their own problems. Especially countries that have been handed trillions of $ and military training & equipment to handle their problems. See the US isn't the only country that imports Mexican narcotics. But I'm pretty sure all the countries that have donated their citizens tax dollars, etc have come to the conclusion the powers that be in Mexico don't have the WILL to clean the mess up. So now a wall will be built so we don't have to look at the mess. The BB staff, except for a few, are so bias towards the US it's ridiculous. It's Mexicans killin mexicans, Mexico has a huge drug addiction problem, and the Mexican gov lines their pockets from the atrocities it's citizens face daily. I can assure u the world view on Mexico is that it's a self inflicted problem that they've let fester for 30 yrs.

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    5. 5:52 if i give you 2 cents for your caboose, your family, your car and your dog and i call it a good deal, it would not be necessarily so.
      --the US has given trillions of dollars to the bombers of the USS Liberty for 50 YEARS AFTER THEY CONFUSED THE DISTINCTIVE UNARMED AMERICAN SHIP with an egyptian horse transporter, must'a been the borax mule carriage cammouflaging the USS Liberty...
      The Chicago Tribune, "New Revelations in Attack on American Spy Ship" by John Crewdson, USMS SSGT Bryce Lockwood witnessing about it...
      and the attackers have NEVER given any oil or farm products for the money, just intrigues and never ending wars for the last 70 years, drug trafficking and the War On drugs too, no wonder nobody loves them...

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  4. A lawless country dealing with unabated killings of innocent civilians with no end in sight and the power of government unable to stop the slaughter.

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  5. So when the AFO killed the cardinal,it was a big deal.but yet these p.o.s can now kill leaders of the church without repercussions.epn how about that game of Dominos???

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    1. 9:00 El Presidente Carlos Salinas de Gortari, his states' attorney at the PGR "dr" jorge carpizo mc gregor, commander of federal judicial police rodolfo "el chino leon" leon aragon, and lover and counselor of salinas jose cordoba montoya have been accused of giving appointments to the arellanuses and el chapo guzman at the guadalajara airport to make them the patsies, but the federal police headed by rafael el chino aragon in person killed the cardinal... it has been the program of salinas to deny it all, kill the witnesses and help and reward his sicarios, leon aragon is these days the mayor of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca. google other versions,
      --don't just take the word of a pinchi rat who is a well documented state criminal and mass murderer usurper of power for personal gain for your truth...

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  6. Joan Sebastian wouldn't be proud

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  7. Kill men of God?? Hell is for eternity... at least put up a narcomanta to apologize...

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  8. And it just gets worse and worse.

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  9. The cartels ruin Mexico and the government is washing their hands in blood. Damn. But my respect to the few brave Mexicans who keeps Fighting.

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    1. Not the cartels. Its the people of mexico continue to elect the crook politicos. We have had the same problem in the past in Tamps. And a problem in Edinburgh with Judge Delgado

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  10. On Saturday, friend took a bus from Cuernavaca to Taxco. Since the earthquake buses have to be rerouted through Iguala. What normally is a one hour bus ride now takes two hours. That night, at his relatives, he heard gunshots and screams. Taxco is not the same.

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  11. Nothing sacred, no boundaries, with these vile monsters

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  12. Priests, Fishermen, Professors, it doesn't matter. Better pay your taxes or pay the consequences with your life. It's very sad it has come to this Nearly every country has had to root out corruption at somepoint. I know some in Mexico really do care about this burden on everyday life, but some in Mexico just don't care or could care less. Why are gas prices high in Mexico? Because of fuel theft. Who pays the price? Pemex or the people? The people of course. There are already all sorts of rackets taxing Mexican citizens on everyday life. Sad to say this problem, will probably get worse before it gets better.

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  13. The criminal Cartels, work with the government, and Visa versa, the government culludes with the Cartel. All they care, is the money.You can Target practice on human beings, and get away with it.

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    1. 7:51 cartels get no American dollahs from the US government.
      The Mexican government and their institutions, lackeys of those in power on the US sure get billions of dollars from the US treasury in financing and cash for their official and unofficial death squads, of course, the American middle men get their fair share in commissions, they are no Mother Theresas to be creating one crisis after another for free...
      It's Like you know, "Benghazi" soo timely, "a present for Obama"

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  14. How long before Mexicans become extinct? No matter who you are and no matter your age or gender, the mexican cartels will eventually extort, rob, kidnap, rape, and murder your and your family.

    Viva Mexico!

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    1. When is the last time you looked up the population of Mexico, or Mexicans in the U.S.A.?

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    2. The cartels r trying. Won't need a wall. Very sad. Glad came US citizen

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    3. They goin the way of the maya, cartels replacin spaniards. Eventually they all disappear.

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    4. Anywhere else in the world Mexicans would be considered refugees, not illegals.. It's pretty freaking sad!

      Phelpso

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    5. 8:40 the US can't cover the sun with one finger forever,
      They have fined the Taj Mahal over 250 million dollars for money laundering, some banks have been fined 600 million dollars, for the same reason.
      While the money laundering keeps going on unabated, the people is well on its way to confiscating their ill gotten gains, and "they" work on legalizing "the return of offshored capitals rotting away in foreign banks", without punishment or taxing.
      It is always the most moneyed who is the greediest criminals.

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  15. Why were priests at a dance ? Maybe that was a mistake.

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    1. not out of the ordinary, they participate in social activities with the people. and the one priest was a singer-songwriter perhaps he was singing. I think the mistake is travelling that road at a later hour.

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    2. Any source of income, or any travel down a road a cartel claims, it can be taxed. You don't pay the "tax", you end up dead. Help people without the permission of a local cartel (or multiple in disputed areas), you end up dead. Say something a cartel does not like, you end up dead.

      There's a trend in there somewhere...

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    3. KB you have talked too much...

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  16. Sad. Also, what happened to those priests in Poza Rica? This is the sad part: there never seems to be a good investigation. People speculate that victims were involved with drugs or crime, but nothing is proven, and that's just what the police say so they don't have to get involved. Then life goes on, and justice is never served in the end.

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  17. I have been shown pictures of one of the priests surrounded by mala gente and he is holding up a semi-automatic weapon. Here in Iguala, people are talking about how he was affiliated with a group. I posted this before, and am surprised that it was not posted. It plays things in a different light. If you do not choose to post my pertinent information, then I can only assume you choose to slant your journalism in a specific angle.

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    1. 6:40 you are of the trolling poster people who post bullshit just to stir the pot. Shame on you! Where are all those pics you speak of? "Here in Iguala" you mean "here in Arkansas"? My family is 5 generation guerrerense Iguala, Taxco and Chilpancingo. these priest were never spoken about like that, they were popular as the singing priests and traveled all over in remote places to give sermon and sing. if they played on the dark side it was not spoken about in the streets and everything is spoken in the streets.

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    2. You shouldn’t jump to conclusions without knowing anything. I was in Iguala for a dinner party Tuesday night and the incident was discussed and the photo shown. The people I was with are people from the area who know what’s up. And not everything is spoken about in the streets because that’s how you can wind up dead.

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    3. 6:40 nobody cares "if you were shown a picshur"
      Send THE PICTURES or stfu.

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  18. 5:07 I can assure you that police in Mexico are about 1000 times more corrupt than all the priests put together, even the narcs are better persons, we need to stop the deification of law enforcement officers all over the world just because a comparatively few officers died on 9/11, remember Serpico fought against his fellow officers and that NY is also the home of Louma Diallo...and police officer Justin Volpe...

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  19. If you know GOD, then you know NO FEAR!

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    1. 7:54 no pinchis mames!
      Even Jesus Christ himself was asking GOD on the cross
      "Father why hath thou abandoneth me?"

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