Monday, March 19, 2018

Zetas had support from police in the 2011 Allende massacre says CNDH; asks PGR to act

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Animal Politico

The CNDH asked the Attorney General's Office to investigate officials from the municipality of Allende, Coahuila, for their probable link with the 'Los Zetas' group responsible for the 2011 massacre. 
Allende, Coahuila, municipio donde se perpetró una masacre, en 2011.
Foto: Kirsten Luce / National Geographic. Imágenes de la edición julio 2017
In March 2011, an armed group appeared in Allende, Coahuila, destroyed residences and deprived dozens of people of their freedom, which, according to statements made by alleged criminals, was carried out with the consent of the municipal police, according to the National Commission of Human Rights (CNDH), when issuing recommendation 10/2018.

In that document, it is stated that the right to freedom and personal integrity was violated, with the forced disappearance of 38 people, including 3 minors and diverse residents of Allende, whose identity could not be determined.

Those events, he explained, are attributable to people who -according to the ministerial investigation on the case- accepted to be part of the criminal group of the "Zetas," and said that they acted with the support or acquiescence of security elements of the municipality.

Another violation of rights in the case, he added, was "the legality, legal security and personal liberty derived from the arbitrary detentions committed against 34 people, as well as various inhabitants of the Municipality of Allende, whose identity was not possible to establish and the illegal deprivation of the freedom of 5 minors, attributable to public servants of the Public Security Secretariat of the Municipality of Allende, Coahuila."

The CNDH also determined that the right to the truth was violated, due to inaccuracies in the reports provided by the PGR, in relation to the investigation of the events that occurred, and to the proper enforcement of justice, due to the omission in the investigation of conduct that possibly constitute a crime.

Another point pointed out by the Commission is that the right to personal security was violated, which led to the forced internal displacement of various inhabitants of the municipality of Allende.

One more violation was the inviolability of the home, "derived from the raid of Rancho 'Los Garza,' attributable to persons who, according to the ministerial actions, agreed to belong to the criminal group called "Los Zetas," who had the support of elements of the Public Security Secretariat of the Municipality of Allende, as well as the illegal detention of a victim inside a commercial establishment, attributable to elements of that secretariat."

The CNDH recommended to the PGR to initiate a file of investigation "against the public servants of the Municipality of Allende and the individuals involved in the events that occurred from March 18 to 20, 2011, due to their probable responsibility in the commission of the crime of organized crime, as well as against who are responsible for the events that are the subject of this Recommendation."

Another request to the PGR is to investigate what the Army's actions were, in view of the events that took place in Allende between March 18 and 20.

"Of the evidence that this National Commission gathered, there are two statements that mention that public servants of the Ministry of National Defense, witnessed the events that occurred from March 18 to 20, 2011, however, there were no major elements that they could accredit to the witnesses' words," said the CNDH.

"In addition, inaccuracies were noted in the reports regarding the date and time when elements of the Mexican Army were set up on the "Los Garza" ranch. Consequently, this National Organism considers that the Attorney General of the Republic, should initiate an investigation in this regard, and in case of warning of the commission of any crime, exercise criminal action against who are responsible," he added.

To the governor of Coahuila, the CNDH recommended to implement, in no more than 6 months, actions to solve and combat violence in the state, and help the municipal authorities of the border region to evaluate their police bodies, professionalize them and ensure proper performance of the public service in matters of security.

It also recommended that, in six months, it will draw up a census in which the total number of victims of internal forced displacement is established, and the necessary measures are implemented to return them to their residence.

The State Prosecutor's Office recommended continuing with the investigation into the forced disappearance of 38 people, carrying out the procedures to determine the identity of the victims of the 219 biological samples found at the "Los Garza" ranch, and investigating the commission of criminal behavior against 14 people.

48 comments:

  1. Same old song and dance.......

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    1. Remember one thing the police work for the drug cartels plain and simple. It's not the other way around. The news you see on tv is all fake in Mexico. There are events happening that will never make it out on the news

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    2. How's this even news? Polizetas have always run the show in Coahuila.

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    3. Polisia in Mex = cartel with badge, right?

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  2. Nothing new, all police from different states work for local cartel. Can't even call the cops cuz they might cause you of a crime you didn't commit. No law, no justice

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    1. Crazy and if you are a cop and don't cooperate they will chop your head off and take your 15 year old sons heart out.


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    2. Yet you have illegal Mexicans complaining when American cops enforce the law!

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    3. @145 whats your problem? Of course they do! They see that there are dirty cops here as well and it scares them.

      Dont we claim to be so fuckin democratic, due process and equality before the law etc huh? The only ones to really believe in this propaganda shit nowadasays are the illegals!

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    4. @1:45 No matter where you go in this world. Wether you’re an illegal or not. You are still entitled to many human rights. It’s only natural anyone is gonna complain. - Sol Prendido

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  3. I sit here and wonder why when Mexico is about to get a presidente de izquierda a lot of these "sensitive issues" such as Ayotsinapa, Allende,the massacre in Estado de Mexico are being magically "solved" and culprits are being found by the dozens!! Its the beauty of upcoming elections and interrupted impunity for a false sense of justice for the average Mexican. Lets bring up tlatelolco and aguas blancas a ver si se ponen a detener a 60 year old retired marinos and federales,pgr and judiciales. Mexicos justice system is a joke...very sad the levels of corruption at every level in mexican society...Comandante Galeano said it best...corruption in the state is not the result of organized crime and its influence but the other way around...organized crime is the result of corruption so embedded is mexican society...it provides the perfect enviroment and stage for this violence and unstabilitybour great country is going through...not AMLO not PRI or not any political
    Party is going to save mexico...only its citizens in an armed revolt followed by integral communes and automomous regions closely monktored by independent and local pueblo authority can make a true change...paz para mexico!! Guanatos!

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    1. You obviously don't remember the past 12 years or even 6 years? If AMLO didn't win when he actually had a SIGNIFICANT hype back in 2006 or during the violence of FeCal administration then you'll be so disappointed.

      AMLO is 100% in bed with PRI. He's controlled "opposition " and makes a living by touring with his campaign . And it's not like "voting" has any meaning . Democracy and voting is nothing more than an illusion sold by the state for the masses to make them feel their mundane existences have some impact in the "elections"

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    2. You make an interesting point @7:48

      Elections are always met with intense eagerness to appeal to voters. Raising issues and concerns for political purposes. Some political candidates are sincere with their objectives. While others a sales pitch to gain entry and then re- nig on their political promises.

      Nevertheless, I do find it odd that a lot has transpired and developed during this elections process. From deflaminatory accusations to indictments of government officials.

      Will just prevail for those described in the article?
      Good comment.

      E42

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    3. @7:48 you are sooo right in your analysis, but a revolution will never happen.

      The political and economic elite in Mex has strong support in the north. The US would NEVER want to see a destablized Mex.

      Also interesting: in both the US and Mex the internal security agencies/law enforcement/polisia are being heavily armed.

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  4. No really? Police help a cartel in Mexico?
    Two fuckin cops just got blasted in Juarez last week also more than likely for the assholes they where!
    I, cannot believe that whoever the fuck is married to asshole cops like these does not know what their stupid husbands are up to???
    Meaning that one of the reasons that cops are corrupt is because of ignorance/encouragement from the home!
    I, really do not buy that innocent unknowing wife a bit which is why I, say it is encouragement from criminal wives as well.

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    1. Dude wtf are you talking about and what does any of that have to do with this story

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    2. Very strange excuse for police corruption and a
      Highly unlikely reason for it.

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    3. This perception of bad cops is evident here in the US as well. Coming from a family of military and policemen here in the US. Being married or in a relationship can be a challenge for many. Job description entails a strong stomach.
      However, I don’t believe it’s ignorance of the part of spouse. Rather, the way things work.
      Sad but true. Until good governance emerges.

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      However, I don’t believe it’s ignorance of the spouses part. Rather, the way things work. That is until good governance emerges.

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    4. E42 I see you are married to a cop, nice going, sorry I tough you was a boy.
      --People don't know who they married until it is too late, same with Mexican cops wives, blaming them is really uncalled for and useless.
      --Eso nos pasa todos y a todas por andar ahi de calientes.
      Then we fall in love with anonymouses on BB...

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  5. Where are the los Zetas now?

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    1. Cjng aka matazetas took them out

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    2. They splinter...cdn and seats of veracruz.

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    3. 9:36 some leaders are in prison, others are dead, many are in hiding, but thelowerembers and higher up accomplices and top leaders are free and roaming the Mexican pastures like free range chickens, some like free big fat rich pigs, like Carlos Salinas de Gortari and his main boys.

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    4. Hiding in the mountains

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    5. They are still everywhere

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    6. Getting wack by CJNG, CDG

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    7. Work low profile and smart

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    8. Basically what 8:02 said. They haven't really lost plazas. They only lost the war in Durango and some parts of Zacatecas. Other tham that they still control most of the places they had.

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  6. No Shit they had help

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  7. File complain with the Governor. He is a honest guy.

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  8. It's happening again CJNG is dissaparing and killing inocent children woman and babys with the help of the corrupted government but cjng ass lovers will say they don't but they lived in USA how convenient
    PS. I'm michoacano

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    1. @800am michoacano. En todo Mexico es lo mismo es facil gritar Arriba el Cjng o los Zzz cuando vives en un pais con leyes como USA.. Es como ir le alas chivas o al America..no vives la puta realidad como aqui en Mexico la hambre el crimen chingo de asesinatos y desmadres causado por pendejos armados..

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    2. Then go live in Michoacan!

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    3. true and them same cheerleaders will say you from Sinaloa when most people from michoacan don't support cartels like this cjng porristas im two from nueva italia living in Modesto and i hate them cowards like mencho

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    4. Which cartel was found smuggling human organs?
      Cual cartel estava contrabando organos de humanos?

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  9. Another investigation by Human Right uncovers curuption, police working together with Zeta Cartel, autodefensas are needed, for when criminals kill your neighbor s.

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  10. Another investigation by Human Right uncovers curuption, police working together with Zeta Cartel, autodefensas are needed, for when criminals kill your neighbor s.

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  11. That's to get rid of native Mexicans

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  12. In other words......No one will be held accountable.

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  13. Todo por andar de calientes con la droga.

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  14. They not only had support from the police, also from the governor at the time.

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  15. This happened in 2011, with Mexicos track record in losing the War on Drugs/cartels what happened that day does not matter. It's still happening else where and Mexico is still losing that War on drugs/cartels. Fighting a losing battle and Mexico does not know how to quit.

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    1. Losing battle for taxospayers not politicians,feds and banks.
      Cartels are the most capitalistic thing ever. They are essential for the economy and they are not going anywhere

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    2. Fighting wars for profit has become bolder since the Vietnam war, the ginirals in charge of selling any war to the American people AND TO THE DRATEES AND VOLUNTEERS take great pains to craft the communist propaganda loaded with fawx factoids and outright lies and half truths twisted, bent and stretched to sell their crap to the american parents and taxpayers, after 15 years in Iraq and Afghanistan you have a new set of shit birds who call themselves hawk neocons trying to sell you more wars for profit against Qatar, somalia, yemen, iran, pakistan, North Korea and Russia and china, just because they are there and it looks easy, on top of a civil war on the US in defense of weapons, the 2ND ammendment, the Voice of God, the russian puppets and the NRA...from the trenches some call the SWAMP.

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  16. Are there still any Zetas in Michoacan, or are they all chased away/killed or CJNG?

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  17. Does anyone know the details about the big shoot out in zacatecas between jalisco and the people who live there in el monte ???
    Supposedly its a kid running jalisco there

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  18. These guys started a shoot out in zacatecas against the people and ranchers supposedly its a kid DiCaprio from cjng started shit. The people ain't haven't it I heard it happened yesterday in el monte zacatecas

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  19. arrestado el pelochas en queretaro capital. yo

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  20. No? Really? Duh.

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