Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Bodies burning on busy streets as violence explodes in suburbs of Acapulco.

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Debate

March 28, 2018

Two bodies are set on fire in the public thoroughfare of Guerrero

The police located two bodies, the first had tied hands, and the other was a dismembered corpse wrapped in sacks........

Acapulco- In the afternoon, in the community of La Sabana, which is located in the suburban area of ​​this port, a group of assassins on board several vehicles left the bodies of two men lying down , which they set on fire in full via public, in the port of Acapulco , Guerrero .  
Witnesses of the double crime told the police that armed men pulled the bodies out of a car and then one of them was sprayed with gasoline and set on fire , in a very busy area , and the other body was dismembered.
This happened on Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue , in front of the market and before dozens of witnesses.



Four people executed and six vehicles burned was the result of another day of violence in Acapulco during the whole holiday period.
In addition, there were reports of confrontations between gangs of assassins in the suburban colonies of this port.
During the early hours of the morning between the streets of February 5 and the Seven Corners, a commando of armed men set fire to three cars, two Chevy Chevy and one Renault Magane.

 Another three units a Derby,  a Country van, and a Volkswagen Jetta type, were burned at the Carabalí colony.
Later, in the First of May colony, a man was shot to death .  The 29-year-old individual who worked at Home Depot was found inside a Jetta-type car.
Meanwhile, on Calzada Pie de la Cuesta Avenue , in the Miguel Aleman neighborhood, a man was found shot to death inside a red Dodge Neon car.
The body of this person had several bullet holes and was in the passenger seat of the unit.
Meanwhile in Iguala a woman was found  murdered inside a truck and a Coca Cola worker was wounded by a bullet after he was robbed of his motorcycle.
At the same time, on the Zihuatanejo-Lázaro Cárdenas federal highway , a man was found shot to death , with his hands tied back and his eyes bandaged.
And on the Autopista del Sol, on the Chilpancingo-Paso Morelos section, armed men forced a group of people off a truck. 

59 comments:

  1. Check the spelling mistake in the title

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    1. CACAPULCO... plis, we are working on:
      RATAPULCO, THE CROOKED PARADISE OF HELL ON EARTH
      --All the muthaphakka military, marinas and federal and state police don't know shit about securing a city, in spite of their being tens of thousands of hijos de sus reputas madres...
      --can't even stop one pinchi convoy because they are very prolly their own guys.
      One famous police commander from mexico city was appointed chief of police in the port in spite of a wide loooong record of criminality and corruption as a made life time member of
      "LA Hermandad Policiaca", is he still there?

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  2. The government made a big mistake sending Chapo to the US. No one has any control anymore, its all out war between everyone. At least Chapo kept the peace for a while.

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    1. LoL your kidding right?

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    2. Guererro was already the most dangerous state in Mexico when Chapo wasnt in jail.

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    3. 8:15. Hello newcomer. Let me explain to you. Chapo is actually who destabilized the majority of cartels and therefore states. When he escaped in 2001 he went after the carrillos, gulf cartel, beltranes. All these cartels used to get along untill chapo came along. With that came the fragmentation of all other cartels. So my friend, saying chapo kept the peace, you are way off.

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    4. Chapo kept the peace thats why the gob let him out of prison the second time. the Zetas started the wars not Chapo. He would be free if it wasnt for the US Gob pressure Mex authority. They were trying to muscle in on his plazas that Sinaloa controlled for decades. 11:26 you are the new comer.Ive been on BB since the beggining and have done lots of research reading lots of books. I guarantee you havnt read anything but listen to corridos thinking you know everything.

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    5. Juarez wasn't Chapo's plaza. Neither was Tijuana.

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    6. 10:46am,
      You was reading the wrong books and Netflix is no source for research. Chapos greed and selfishness is what started the wars he was Trying to take over every plaza that Felix gallardo assign

      cheers,
      From Michoacán

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    7. 10:46 Osiel/cdg/zetas didn't want anything to do with CDS. it was Sianloa that tried to get into Tamaulipas back in the early 00s.

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  3. Quite brazen of them, pointing to the abject lack of the rule of law in the region.

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  4. I am now embarrassed to defend or even comment on my gob but I will continue to comment when people associate all people of Mexico to be like these sadistical animales.

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    1. People who would do that are fools, weather reward the people of Mexico or the US.

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  5. I have American friends that still go there. "Oh it's not really that bad, you are just paranoid". Bunch of ignorant morons. Mommy and daddy better be ready to settle up fast. Adios Amigos, enjoy!

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    1. I still go and yet I also agree with you. It’s affected the tourist area as well though many won’t admit it. None of this is the fault of the USA. This is all extortion and disorganized crime groups. Lack of authority and as one guy mentioned tons of security but no security.

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    2. My 20 year old daughter goes all the time with her friends, but I'm pretty sure they dont hang out anywhere near where this or other incidents happen. You can stay out of harms way there easily.

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    3. I hope your kidding. Just a couple months ago right on the Costera, 8 people were shot in Baby Lobster a normal bar. Last year people where killed in La Madonna next to Baby O again in the tourist area...Several tourist beaches have had killings pretty much on a biweekly to monthly basis. There's been shootings in front of the hotels. I still go to Acapulco, but if you think your daughter is immune to it because she's in the golden or even the diamond zone, then your one misguided person.

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    4. @4:36 You don't know shit stfu if you running around here blaming narcos lol then you my friend are uniformed about the truth and just like the news believe everything they put out.

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    5. @ 5:09 P.M.

      Baby Lobster has not been a normal bar since the early 2000's. David the old owner wanted to keep it as a bar that played classic rock and pop music from the 80' S and 90's to attract more foreign tourist' S. His family that owns it wanted to go into a different direction and cater to more local clientele. Hence they started playing Narco Corridos, this in turn pulled in more unsavory characters; drug dealers, prostitution, ect... Probably it was a better financial decision, but in return the Condesssa is more if a shithole then it was before.

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  6. What happens in guerrero stays in guerrero

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    1. What goes through your mind should stay in your mind

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    2. O:23 Aqui no es guerrero GÜEY.

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  7. Damn...seems to ne a bussy day in acapulco. A shame what government has allowed to happen with this city.

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  8. Since they pay for protection along with the 100 other gangs they figure they can do whatever they want and Hey guess what?They can!anything goes they just proved it!

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  9. Los le escriben en este blog son norteamericanos!?? O de donde son???les interesa bastante xino esta la violencia en México????aki anuncian mas cosas ke en otros blogs y la tv...saludos a todos los le se portan bien

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    1. 5:04 Aqui habemos de todo mija, pero principalmente de todas, no semos muy machas, pero semos bien muchas mushashas...
      --please no se prestan las pantaletas.

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  10. Where is Grande Rojo at Chivis.? Hopefully fine and in good health.

    E42

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  11. All while the United States government just sits and ignores what they have caused.

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    1. Mexico's kingpin strategy and Chapo's greed started this mess 7:55 AM

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    2. Why is the US government in charge?

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    3. Better yet hand out light sentences for those who truly are the root of the problem.
      A lost cause. Suggest educating your children to avert such behavior. Relying on US government has been a joke.
      But can’t blame those who are employed to combat drug trafficking. A guaranteed check and fat pensions.
      What a joke!

      More is done by community services to combat this issue than our elected officials!

      E42

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    4. Finally someone who is WOKE and sees the real PROBLEM.

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    5. More faster efficient solutions are needed than kicking the shit away to children that may not have schools by tomorrow, much less and education 20 years from now ON THE US!
      --Imagine mexico, where there is nothing but foreign debt and foreign investors planning to steal any future foreign loans and grants and gifts from other countries and their Charity Foundations for profit...
      --Please review your paper for improprieties and resubmit, E.

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    6. Yep, last Friday,
      "The group behind Mexico City’s new airport raised $1.6 billion in an initial public offering of Fibra E shares Friday, providing another buffer against threats to shut the endeavor down."

      $1.6 billion in one day.

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  12. A tourist will ask a local policeman, is it safe to go to a bar. Ofcr will say, no problems, here is fun fun fun, we have no crime at all. In the meantime, the other ofcr is laughing away. If tourist had read today's BBeat he/she would have been better informed.

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  13. Sheethole Alert!!

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  14. Ayah yae mi padre hurt by bad hombres

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  15. Those two guys were said to presidential candidates...

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  16. El Tony killed in Mexicali
    -M.

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  17. Great for business

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  18. I live in Chihuahua and get the news articles sent to my cell phone. It says these two men that were killed were going into the schools and cutting the hair off the young girls and selling it. It was being done with the threat of violence or even death. The teachers were too scared to do anything so they just had to watch, the article said. The hair sells for quite a bit of money. It said in the article that the teachers confirmed this was happening. Just passing on what I read. Not sure if it is true or false, but it sounds plausible.

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    1. @7:59 Your comment sounds about right, and it ties into this artical from bb: http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/03/acapulco-armed-men-break-into-school.html
      They said that the students (Kids) had their hair cut off, I had assumed that it was just a strange new terror tactic.
      But after seeing Your comment, it makes perfect sense. Unbelievable !!
      WTF has Mexico become ? I mean Really ? Armed robbery for fuck'n kids hair ? Holy Moly !! It don't get more fuck'd up than that.

      I wonder why you don't here about this shit on the USA news ??

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    2. @9:23PM The question you asked about why USA news doesn't cover what is happening in Mexico is a big part of why our Founder (and boss)Buggs, started the blog Borderland Beat - to inform the English speaking world (mainly US) of what was happening in Mexico.

      It all started from a 11 year old girl, Alicia, who he didn't know brought him a bottle of water while he was working at a middle school in Albuquerque. He had been playing basketball with some of the boys and took a break to catch his breath and wipe the sweat off his face. He told her he would have to go to office to get some money to pay her for the bottle of water. She told him no, she didn't want any money, she bought it just thought he needed some water to cool off. They became friends as the school year passed. Summer came and went but she didn't show up at school in the fall.
      He started investigating where she went and her best friend told him that his friend had gone with her mother and brother to Juarez where her father lived and they were attacked and all the family was murdered besides her. She was sitting in the back seat behind her father and the gunman pointed the gun at her and just looked at her for a few seconds and turned around and fled. (Buggs thinks maybe he had a daughter her age)

      He was shocked. He was in law enforcement in Albuquerque and he hadn't heard anything about something like that happening in our neighbor to the south. He started digging and kept digging and found out how rampant violence was Juarez (and the rest of Mexico). When he talked to friends and colleagues about it they hadn't heard anything about that kind of violence happening in Mexico and they would just change the subject.

      He thought the rest of the world should be aware of what was happening in the US's neighbor to the south.

      Borderland Beat was born.
      His closing words in the story about BB's beginning were "Deeds such as Alicia's, (giving him that bottle of water) as insignificant as they may seem, keeps the hope alive!"
      Read the whole story in Buggs own words:
      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/01/borderland-beat-reflects-on-2010.html


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    3. Interesting dd.
      Will look into.

      E42

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  19. Supposedly one of them participated in the school raid where they cut hair of teachers and students.....

    http://puntoxpuntonoticias01.overblog.com/2018/03/era-uno-de-los-agresores-de-la-frontera-el-desmembrado-en-la-sabana.html

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    1. Saw the same thing. The burned bodies were those of the guys who did the haircutting

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  20. Apcapolco will no longer be travel a lot by tourist, since there are out of control killings.

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    1. No longer? Look at the stats. Early 00's there were 600k international travellers to Aca. Nowadays under 50k annually.
      National tourists will still come. Cheap, plenty of options, and when shit happens in the tourist areas it gets covered up quick....

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  21. They stole the coca cola guys motorcycle .Good grief.

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  22. Two more yesterday.
    http://www.lorealdeguerrero.com/dos-hombres-son-ejecutados-a-balazos-en-la-sabana/

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  23. To Anonymous in Chihuahua:
    We're getting your Borderland Beat here in USA.
    Thank u. Don't hesitate to keep us all informed here in USA of anything and everything. We care. You should monitor USA as well. We're all in this together.

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    1. @5:33AM Glad you are reading us in the US. But monitoring what is happening in Mexico keeps us pretty busy.

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    2. Read you every night.love the updates from Canada/Mazatlan.
      Keep up the great work.

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  24. Folks why don't you report on the mass killings in Chicago, way worse than Mexico, or how about the MS13 gangs that your gov imported to the east coast cities that are murdering and torchuring children to death

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    1. @5:37AM You got up too early and stayed up too late. The answer to your question is on the masthead of our Blog, "BORDERLAND BEAT" Reoporting on the cartel wars in Mexico.

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  25. Mexico has gone to crap and it's spilling over here, 'Build the Wall'

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  26. Another wave of immigrants are on there way north, build the damn wall it can be done in a matter of weeks complete

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