Wednesday, April 18, 2018

16 left dead after confrontation between civilians and Police in Zihuatanejo

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Ya Vas article and image from Google Maps

Subject Matter: Confrontation between civilians and State Police
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required




No less than 16 people were left dead after a confrontation between State Police, Ministerial Police, Marines and Army against civilians in distinct points of this town. A Police report gave an account, around 6pm in the afternoon, a first confrontation happened in the locality of La Quebradora, El Coacoyul, with three civilians killed.

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Later a spokesman for the Coordination Group for Guerrero, Roberto Alvarez Heredia, confirmed the events in a telephone call. He informed that the gun battle occurred when State Police were carrying out a vigilance patrol in this zone and noted the presence of various civilians, and received fire from large caliber weapons.

The Police repelled the attack, and with superior Police fire power the criminals tried to flee. State Police reinforcements arrive at the zone at the same time as Marines, Army and agents of the Ministerial Police, and located a group of armed civilians in a group of trees, generating another gun battle. Another 6 civilians died in this encounter.

Later agents of the Public Ministry and specialists of the Regional Attorneys Office arrived at the location to carry out due diligence according to the law, who counted a total of 10 dead bodies.



During the investigations, the specialists found dozens of spent shell casings of AK-47 and AR-15 rifles, used in the confrontation. In this confrontation, a Ministerial Policeman was injured in the leg and was transferred to a hospital in this zone.

In the same telephone call, the spokesman informed that in a parallel manner, and around 7pm, a State Police patrol was ambushed in the locality of El Camalote, resulting in 6 State Police officers being killed.



He said that these officers came to the city after providing security precautionary measures, when they were ambushed, with the 6 officers being killed. The official did not rule out that this attack was a revenge reaction of the criminal group that had its members killed in the earlier confrontation in Coacoyul.

19 comments:

  1. I thought the Military took over the local police in Zihuat. State Police are different than the local police?

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    1. You have Municipal Police, State Police (Pepos), Ministerial Police, Transit Police, Gendarmerie, in most states. Mando Unico also in some states.

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    2. The Mando Unico and the State Police are the worst criminals, they won't be happy with maruchan or a soda and a torta.
      Military personnel aspire to a job with state or ministeriales or Mando Unicos to keep on living off crimes of state sponsored terrorism.
      10 dead without a siege is an assassination or a massacre.
      --6 polizetas killed IS an ambush by the criminals.

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    3. Same as in the US

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  2. Stop the killings, the morges are overwhelmed, and beyond capacity.

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  3. These people who got killed, as usual, had it coming. The cops are corrupt and the supposed innocents were drug traffickers.

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  4. I don’t see any weapons around them ...didint seem like a threat

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  5. Note: when Mex media states civilians or armed civilians they are referring to armed criminals.

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    1. The Mexican government sicarios will plant weapons on civilians dead or alive to make the encounter count and make it a narco out of every Mexican citizen, like "El Loco" Duterte, but around Urine Velez is the veteran mass murderer that has been accused in open court by his own milicos and paracos of inventing the "Falsos Positivos" to which you can apply the truth Table and co.plate it with alternate responses on every level as the title suggests.
      Uribe's own brother Santiago Uribe is in prison for his share of murdering in Colombia under guise of fighting guerrillas and narcos and drug traffickers, none as big as him, his 12 Apostoles and his Presidential "Senator" brother.

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  6. Shirtless criminals again.Also, I don't understand when they say that the police were ambushed/attacked. If you were a criminal, wouldn't you want to lay low and avoid detection? I am not sure that I buy it.

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    1. 6:03 The shirtless criminals are THE POLICE OFFICERS.

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    2. Highly doubt it.

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    3. When you can stick it to the criminals that pose as Law Enforcement Officers, you stick it to them, same way they stick it to anybody they catch irregardless of their innocence or guilt, this attack was sucessful, if there is hell to pay later, well, that was going to happen anyway.

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  7. Police get attacked whenever there is a chance, even Custer found his Last Stand and he did not like it none.
    Pero tenia que andar ahi de caliente.

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    1. Custer contrary to belief was a coward, who shot women and children. When he met real men, he run like a sissy. He was shot in the back while running from el desmadre.

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  8. Face it...Mexico is a failed narco state. They should be annexed by the US with permanent military bases. Mexicans can never get their country back from the cartels with a US invasion

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    1. The cia controls México drug trade they alway have and always will, sometime the dogs get out of line once in a while

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    2. @4:56 You watch too much Alex Jones and Info Wars.

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  9. Si dejaron de disparar para que los matan. Luego cuando les toca a los polis assesinos andan de culos llorando.

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