Monday, March 12, 2018

“ La Rana” Detained: Tied to Ayotzinapa "Missing" 43 Student Teachers

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Financiero


                          Federal Police arrest ''La Rana'' implicated in the Ayotzinapa case

Mexico City - Feb 12, 2018

Erick Uriel 'N', had a "decisive" involvement in the disappearance of young people that occurred in September 2014 in Iguala, Guerrero said prosecutor Alfredo Higuera.

Elements of the Federal Police arrested Erick Uriel ''N'' alias "La Rana" on Monday linked to the disappearance of the 43 students of the Normal School Raúl Isidro Burgos of Ayotzinapa .
Alfredo Higuera Bernal, prosecutor of the Ayotzinapa case , said that Erick Uriel 'N' was arrested in compliance with an arrest warrant for the crimes of organized crime and kidnapping.
The arrest was made in the vicinity of Cocula, in Guerrero State.
"It should be noted that for Erick and other individuals there was a reward of 1,500,000 pesos for his probable responsibility in the crimes committed against the students of Ayotzinapa," the prosecutor said.


Erick Uriel "N" is also indicated as a generator of violence in the area of ​​the Balsas River, about which there are open investigations.

Asked about "La Rana"'s specific participation in the events, he said that he directly participated in the disappearance of the students with whom he had direct contact.


Higuera Bernal commented that the detainee had a "decisive" role in the disappearance of the youth that hideous night of September 26, 2014 in Iguala, Guerrero.

"We have information is that this subject is a likely, very likely member of the organization "Guerreros Unidos " ," he said by answering only three questions from the media.
The official refused to go into more details "until there are" complete and absolute confirmations "of that part of the events that have been mentioned long ago."
In October 7, 2015, the Attorney General's Office issued a reward for "La Rana" and four subjects, including Felipe Flores Velázquez, Iguala's police chief and the cousin of former Iguala mayor José Luis Abarca, designated as the intellectual author of the disappearance of young people. 
The other three subjects for whom a reward was offered and are  the still fugitives:  José Ángel Casarrubias Salgado "El Mochomo" ; Miguel Miranda Pantoja, "El Pajarraco" and José Ulises Bernabé García.
The arrest was also announced by the Secretary of the Interior, Alfonso Navarrete Prida through his Twitter account.

NOTE: I am sure we will have an update on this one soon.

34 comments:

  1. let him go free, announce the relese date and location to the relatives of the 43...

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    1. Lmao,5:42 let your mom come up missing and let me see you yawn...your ignorance is appalling.

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    2. @ 8:55 p.m. There is nothing new here. I've been following this Massacre since Sept 2014. Now hoping for Crimes Against Humanity charge against the Mexican State (Government). I know all these perp walks are crap. El Cepillo carried a water bottle behind him to simulate a real arrest. The Mexican Government killed those 49, not 43! Because they represented a challenge to the corrupt, decadent, homicidal state. Se llama Mexico. Mexico has to pay for their Crimes Against Humanity....one day.

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    3. @11:37
      Do believe you assumptions are correct.
      More are involved which in my opinion are government coverups. Truth to the originators of this atrocities have yet to come to justice.
      Let’s not forget government obstruction when pertaining international investigation oversight.

      A billion dollar question which will remain obscured like Kennedy’s assignation!

      E42

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  3. La Rana es un nombre registrado para la gente CDS..

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    1. 6:03 La Pinga es la que es cuadrada...
      --There are ranas all over the place, but this one rana is special, EPN is trying to feed it to all the Mexicans and to the world to save his historical motherfacking ass, after all, Jesus fed his followers with one fish and one loaf of bread...
      EPN may use his own crappy BS for the sauce, enjoy your rana!

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  4. Meh thought you meant the real La Rana. Call me when they go pull that niqqa out of the carribean and arrest him. Seems like the best bet in narco world is to be like Los Aquieles mid-high level not well known enough that people would recognize them on the beach somewhere.

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  5. At least he can look forward to prison for a while...Fiestas, booze, women then back out to create mayhem...

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  6. El Financiero is a PRI and government of EPN bought and paid rag.
    LA pinching rana did not send hundreds if soldiers, marinas, federal police, secretary of defense, secretary of the interior and public security, and governor angel aguirre to cover up prevent and impede the independent investigative committee from doing their work, he did not get the Iguala police officers tortured to confess "they delivered the 43 ayotzinapos to the guerreros unidos cartel" or suppressed the C4 recordings videos or any official evidence, La pinchi rana has never been that powerful.
    only a Commander in Chief is THAT POWERFUL...
    El Financiers may kiss this "rana" all the times they want, as many times as they want, he will never turn into the murdering prince they want him to be to protect EPN'S PUTAS NALGAS...
    EPN owes, EPN did it, EPN NEEDS TO PAY

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    1. Well said....esto fue un crimen de estado..plain and simple...a way to eliminate a whole generation of future teachers that were to enlight mexicos youth with truth and like many say "awokeness" no se confundan raza...el CO pudo haber estado involucrado pero los criminales intelectuales estan en los pinos y detras de grandes escritorios dentro de grandes oficinas de grandes compañias con intereses en Tierra Caliente

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    2. Thanks for the tip.
      How about this one :
      http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-43385836
      I did put a NOTE as the last line. Probable UPDATE coming soon.

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  7. Justice coming!!! LOL just kidding its Mexico. Prob give this hombre a high 5 and put him back on the streets. After all he just slaughtered some kids. Seriously thoug..... why is it allways so vague and wordy. "Generator of violence" "had direct contact with the students" a "decisive role in the disappearance" maybe just cut to the chase. A member of a drug cartel who kidnaps and murders people... Specifically these poor fucks who are gone from their familys while the govt subjects the familys of the missing to more abuse and insult with this dog and pony show!

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    1. 7:44 ayotzinapa students were poor, and had limited resources, further limited by a government full of bastard motherfuckers and mariconas like "La Emilia" Chuayfett Chemor secretary of education bent on closing the school of guerrillas the Mexican government has been trying to snuff since the 60s.
      But they were not ignorant or "poor fucks", Ayotzinapa educates for reals, it is not a source of sell out politicians and has principles, perhaps you could want to revise/check your words.

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  8. Chivs why dit it take so long to get some of the criminals? Nobody knows whate happended to all those students? I know the female Mayor, wanted them taken care of, as to not go demonstrate at one of her events. Hope the female Mayor is locked up, and not living in Brazil.

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  9. Finally la rana detained now tijuana is under control of El mencho puro cjng

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    1. Not the same rana menso

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    2. I remember when BB was only one of a handful writing about the massacre. I tried like hell for days to get mainstream journalists interested....

      Fact is over 50 arrests were made, both narcos of GU and police and remember the mayor and wife had their charges in the case dropped, they were held however on corruption charges.

      So 50 arrests with confessions, we have the stories here on BB do a search. and even a top GU leader killed in a chase. But fact is all or almost all were set free. This so called arrest is all show to try and close the story again.

      remember this "Main Suspect?" who was allowed to go free because his human rights violated? see link below

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2016/09/main-suspect-in-iguala-missing-students.html

      don't forget some of the confessions:

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2014/11/interrogation-of-el-chereje-killer-of.html

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2015/09/the-alleged-confessed-killers-of.html

      and these 4 bros accused of leading the attack and killings

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2015/11/the-casarrubias-brothers-leaders-of.html

      The truth is this arrest is contrived bullshit that deserves to be ignored because EPN gob is using it for PR. as if.....the truth is they do not want to reveal the gob officials who ordered this and who assured the bodies were cremated at the military base near CDMX.

      But the story, unlike the 44 not 43, will not die. so they need a new fantasy a new killer.

      There you go Pancho

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  10. Didn't someone high in Mexican Government mention in South America there was going to be immenient arrests?Well here they are!I thought they already tried that ie:arrest some dude from some gang before?

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    1. The "imminent arrest" was under enhanced interrogations to help him confess to the spurious charges, the chicharra was really charged with a lot of volts and watts this time to tickle his jundillo like not even Stormy Daniels ever would...

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  11. No mames.

    People who are familiar with the case, like the investigative journalist Anabel Hernandez, always said the heroin at the bottom of the buses belonged to a cell of the BLO, not Guerreros Unidos (even though GU came from a splinter group of the BLO).

    It was the military, federal police, state police, and municipal police (all collaborating as the C4, but the military had full control that night) and everyone knows it. This arrest is BS, doesn't show anything. Until Peña Nieto and his entire government is behind bars, will we have justice.

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    1. anabel stretches the truth to different degrees but we reported the possibility of drugs on the THE SECOND bus at the beginning when anabel was not writing a word.

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  12. ayotzinapa students show how dreamers are treated in Mexico!
    In Mexico their dreams quickly turn to nightmares!

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  13. I was in Cocula about a month after this. Unmarked 'gov' type vehicles with plain cloths pointing guns at small groups of people on several streets. My driver just steered onto side streets to avoid. The mil must have been involved, in my opinion, as they have their compound in the same area as the demonstrations.

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  14. 6:25 "poor fucks" is an english language phrase relating to bad luck or being unlucky not socio economic status. Maybe English is not your first language because you clearly missed the point

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  15. I think the band-aid they are presenting is too small to cover that wound.
    Additionally: drugs transported in the under-carriage of one of the buses? An additional reason why I will never take one of those motorized coffins that barely adhere to the curves on the carretera.

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  16. why were they attacked? why did the different govt forces work together that night to dissapear so many young kids? i dont think the reason has anything to do with them being students. could they have hijacked the wrong buses that are used for drug transport. it was sloppy very sloppy

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    1. The idea was to go to Mexico City to demonstrate against the Tlatelolco Massacre Oct 2 1968 perpetrated by Mexican army, Olympic Battallion of Pentathlon Olimpico Militar and policies judicial federal, EPN would not tolerate the disrespect...

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  17. A bunch of rebellious teens got killed for being dumb, by a rebellious government. Where did they think they were? The USA? Lol fools

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    1. You may say these kids were dumb, but the spark has to start somewhere.

      Phelpso

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  18. So it's ok on this site to Lol about American children being murdered yet post about sympathy for 43 student teachers? Fuck you ! You people are scum, animals. Not human! How dare you. You prove your shit selves with every so called story. Big time cut/paste crap. Racist crap blog.

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    1. Cut an paste that magically translates an creates a post by itself... Don't be silly willis.

      About the 44... 43 people/children innocents killed anywhere on the planet is a travesty. No question. But this is a Mexican organized crime blog so naturally guess what children and people were are likely going to write or post about?

      That's correct! Mexican children/people.

      You need to see a doctor quickly or get out of the house way more often. To misjudge and become so irate is sad and scary. You appear to be a racist. calling us scum animals because they students are Mexican? Really? do you realize how utterly ignorant that is?

      I think you should move on.

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  19. UN report points to torture, cover-ups in probe into disappearance of 43 students: https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/03/1005022

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