Saturday, April 21, 2018

Detain 4 suspects in ambush leaving 6 policemen brutally murdered in Guerrero

by Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat



Killing was not enough

The video released on social media was horrific, even by Mexico standards of violence.  Six Guerrero State policemen were ambushed in Zihuatanejo by armed gang members.  One of the gunmen videotaped the aftermath. 

Killing the policemen was not enough for these vile assassins, giving each policeman a shot to the back of the head.  But as their corps lay on the pavement, they abused the bodies, making animalistic sounds, cursing kicking the heads so that brain matter was forced out of the skulls, assuring a shocking sight to those who will bear witness to what remained of six men.  A video was sent in to BB and it was posted yesterday.  

If you missed it, the video is below, however be forewarned it is very graphic.



"This is to let you know that with El 40 and El Chivo Loco no one messes with, our comrades are not going to die in vain, enter here you will leave the same way you came in.

Arrests made

Good news, there are arrests already made.  Bad news, there are arrests already made.  I admit to being suspect, one eyebrow raised, I am always suspect of something too perfect, too soon, in Mexican criminal justice

They were arrested on a street in downtown Zihuatanejo while they were boozing it up and carrying long weapons according to the Sec of Public Security. Four members of a criminal group who the state says ambushed and killed six state policemen in Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, on April 17.

They happened to be in the center of Zihuatanejo on Thursday afternoon at which time they were arrested.

The Secretary of Public Security, Pedro Almazán Cervantes, informed the public of the arrest  in a message to media, “that the four men were detained during an operation, at 6:30 p.m. in a central street of Zihuatanejo,  while they consumed intoxicating drinks on public roads."

The four were secured with long weapons, AK47’s and AR15’s clips of different calibers, and drugs, mainly marijuana. Three of them are originally from Guerrero and live in Colonia Vicente Guerrero, Zihuatanejo, and one was born in Mexico City and has its home on the Zihuatanejo-Acapulco highway.

The Secretary says the four men are members of the criminal group that ambushed and murdered six Guerrero state police officers, but they are related to various murders and acts of extortion in the Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo tourist corridor, Almazán Cervantes said.

Video narrative

“This is so that you motherfucker dogs  know that here nobody fucks around with El 40 and El Chivo Loco, our comrades won’t die in vain”, “whoever comes here will leave like this.”   Authorities suggest that El 40 is the cell phone videographer.  El Chivo Loco  is a lieutenant of as El Ruso, aka The Russian.

The video narrative says killings will persist if state police continue entering the region.  This is where CJNG, Viagras, Guardia Guerrerense are operating.  GG originated in 2014 with members of  Templarios and work at the service of El Mencho. Viagras represents the sole splinter group of the Templarios and CJNG, the cartel Jalisco is the greatest narco threat facing Mexico today.

The uniformed police were travelling down from the mountains for a shift change when attacked and  passing through Las Mesillas [about 3 hrs from Zihuatanejo] when they were ambushed.

After the massive broadcast of the video on social media and later mainstream media, the Government of Guerrero [led by PRI Hector Astudillo Flore] threatened media from all over the country they would be prosecuted if they publish the video.

"The State Government has requested the intervention of the General State Prosecutor's Office and the Cybernetic Police to locate the source of its dissemination, and legal action will be taken against those who disclose contents." authorities said in a statement

61 comments:

  1. They're probably just some winos now being framed for these killings. The government trying to clean up this mess quick by any means necessary.

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    1. Spot On!

      Way too quick a capture in this case to be credible.

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    2. EPN is trying to clean up the PRI's image before the election. Theyre polling behind AMLO, the gap between 1st and 2nd place is widening everyday. People want results or else its time for change.

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  2. Qien es 40 chivo loco?

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    1. Nobody knows, everyone just pretends like they do

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  3. Always put the peons on the spotlight

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  4. 3:05 welcome, you'd make El Loco Duterte happy, but he is having problems with his elegantly uniformed police officers murdering high school students dressed in their school uniforms for going on their way to school.
    I find it dubious that 4 evil winos can ambush, overpower, torture and murder 6 Elite Mando Unico police officers planted as a gift...
    All we need now is their confessions about the 43 Ayotzinapos.

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    1. Elite??? lol

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    2. Same problem in Mexico! Cops murder innocent people all the time with little attention from the media or government.

      It’s not unprecedented, in fact, common in Mexico for “authorities” to kidnap anyone off the streets and accuse or charge them for high profile crimes.

      And there is no such thing as an “elite” Mexican police officer!

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    3. I:20 Yes there are elites, as much as there are Elite US Presidents and private military contractors, and fake billionaires, I mean I forgot to put an arrow pointing to the sarcasm

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  5. The guy who was talking in the video is not in this picture. He’s an older guy. These 4 are nothing more than scapegoats. - Sol Prendido

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    1. He’s a young guy, as per the other video showing him scooping out brains homes. Get with the program.

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  6. Put those cowards a dress or a miniskirts. And lipsticks

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  7. The police in Mexico will start a scorched earth deal to get revenge for the murders. Those winos were lucky they weren't just gunned down. The police and military will treat any and all members of those cartels as accomplices or as the actual executioners. The body count is about to go up...

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  8. Chivis, thanks for keeping us updated with facts on this senseless drug war.. for that I thank you ... however I find that a lot of your articles are opinionated and honestly it takes credibility from you ... your opinion on the Mexican justice system is best to be saved for the comments section of this site and not as part of the article itself.

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    1. who are you to say what chivis can and can not do? you must be in U.S.

      and that is the difference between chivis and other reporters and other media. She knows these arrests stink. Remember how quickly Iguala was "solved" with over 100 arrests? and in short time all of those detainees were out.

      You want cold BS spoon-fed to you? Read the Guerrero state press release. if you want to learn reality and see both sides read chivis posts.

      if you have a problem with that, go away

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    2. yes willito 7:42, she is laying it out truthfully. I guess you are stupid enough to believe that 4 guys who just committed one of the highest profile murders of 6 state cops, on video, would be drinking alcohol waving ak47s and ar15s around in the city center. In stead of going on the down low for a few weeks.

      chivis don't post the bullshit whinny complaints, just send a paci. if they have a complaint the cowards need to email you. I could tell by your writing you were very upset and justice probably won't happen. we know that. To me I could feel your heart breaking. keep up the great work you have done for 9 or 10 years, don't change who you are.

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    3. the government tried to stop the broadcasting of the video

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    4. It's a free country to express opinion, I am sorry, that in your country of Nicaragua, they will in prison you for giving a comment.

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    5. If you want an article without an opinion go read the Mexican news outlets in spanish. Chivis...great job sir!!! Keep it up.

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    6. EPN is that you? Still trying to save your ass? Maybe your parties ass? Good luck with that...

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    7. Write some articles willito 7:42. I would love to hear your opinions. Put your balls out there, and tell us how it really is.... Since you seem so educated on Mexico's justice system.

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  9. You play you pay.
    Sol Prendido

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  10. This pendejos are winnos not chivo lokow and 40. I have a friend with rojos in gro and he was making fun of media how easy they are tricked into selling fake news...

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    1. Mexico the originators of fake news.

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    2. @8:12.... The funny thing is you think they are tricked into it. They know this is false before reporting it.

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    3. 9:49 nothing compares to the Fawx News Channel, but the Washington Times was doing fake news before the 80s and then Rev Sun Myung Moon bought it, he was a South Korean Yakuza puppet and helped craft a lot of today's LatinAmerican policies with his mother facking lies and promises of a better afterlife where he had built a better paradise with his followers' donations.
      Hey, we don't mind the muck racking or the poop flinging, buthe Sean hannity, judge Jemaima, Alex Jones or Breitbart's fake news has been the real pits for a looong ass time...

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  11. "Killing the policemen was not enough for these vile assassins, giving each policeman a shot to the back of the head. But as their corps lay on the pavement, they abused the bodies, making animalistic sounds, cursing kicking the heads so that brain matter was forced out of the skulls, assuring a shocking sight to those who will bear witness to what remained of six men"

    Daily reminder that the Cartel members, or as They should be properly named by their obvious subhuman traits, the "Carteloids" are 100% evil, soulless subhumans coked up on meth and alcohol 24/7 who love nothing more than to peel the faces and rip the hearts out of children, conduct annual raids on the poorer villages of the Mexico and kidnap girls as young as 6 to be used as their own personal sex slaves. And when they are no longer needed, they butcher them up and drown them in buckets full of acid that the Carteloids refers to "Guiso de Perrita.

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  12. Something is kicking off between Ivan and Guano the caravan videos are coming out " pura gente ivan" an all that crap,Guano is a serious dude if it goes off?

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  13. My dad always said when it sounds too good to be true..... it's because it's to good to be true

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  14. The Mexican peso suffered its biggest rout in four months on Thursday, likely due to the realization dawning on market participants that the veteran populist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (or AMLO) may win the presidential elections on July 1. AMLO has led all the polls in Mexico for well over a year and is still 15 points ahead of his closest rival. And now he’s threatening to put an end to the country’s most expensive public infrastructure project, Mexico City’s new airport, which has been plagued by corruption, scandals, and cost overruns since its inception four years ago.

    AMLO’s latest pledge has aroused fits of apoplexy among Mexico’s business elite, many of whom stand to rake in large sums of money from the project — no one more so than Mexico’s richest man, Carlos Slim, who told journalists in Mexico City this week that suspending the project “would mean suspending the country’s growth.’’ Slim urged AMLO to reconsider his opposition.

    Slim’s concern is not wholly altruistic. Grupo Carso, one of his many construction companies, is deeply involved in the building project. Three big contracts allegedly worth 94 billion pesos ($5 billion) are in the hands of consortia led by Grupo Carso or other firms owned by Slim and his family.

    The first tender that Slim’s family won was for the airport’s architectural design, which was awarded to a firm run by Fernando Romero, a Mexican architect who is married to one of Carlos Slim’s daughters. British architect Nigel Foster led the design project, for which Fernando Romero Enterprises was reportedly able to bill Mexico’s government a cool $1 billion.

    Other large Mexican companies involved in the project include ICA, which almost went under two and a half years ago after overdosing on dollar-denominated debt, Prodemex, GIA, and Grupo Hermes, which is owned by Carlos Hank, a billionaire banker with cozy ties to the current government. Two other major participants are the Spanish infrastructure giants Acciona and FCC, the latter of which is also majority-owned by Carlos Slim.

    One of the biggest potential money earners for some of these companies will be the airport’s absurdly high maintenance costs once it’s built. Until recently, the site on which it’s being developed was home to a very large lake, which was drained before work began. But the ground still has extremely high water content and low resistance to stress. As the Mexican newspaper Proceso reported last year, this will inevitably result in very juicy contracts just to keep the land upon which the airport is built fit for purpose.

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  15. When the project to build the airport was first launched in 2014, it was broadly welcomed by the general public. Mexico City is one of the world’s biggest metropolises and its airport is Latin America’s busiest hub, yet it has no room for further growth since it is located slap bang in the middle of a built-up residential area. By contrast, the new airport, located 15 kilometers (over 9 miles) from the city center, would eventually have six runways built and 94 boarding gates on a site almost 5,000 hectares (12,355 acres) large. It would have a capacity of close to 120 million passengers per year, four times the current airport’s capacity, making it “one of the 3 biggest hubs in the world.”

    But as soon as the project began, so, too, did the accusations of corruption. And in Mexico right now corruption is a hot-button topic, occupying top spot in many of the surveys of top voting issues, ahead of even drug-related violence.

    The airport project is currently 50 billion pesos ($2.7 billion) over budget and it’s not even close to completion. Considering that at least 40% of the funding is expected to be delivered through Public-Private Partnerships, which tend to include exorbitant long-term repayment costs, the eventual bill is likely to be far in excess of the original projected costs of 169 billion pesos ($9 billion).

    Cost overruns are a particular cause of concern when there’s scant oversight of how the funds are being spent. According to the head of the congressional committee set up to oversee the project, Rafael Hernandez Soriano, there is so little transparency that it’s very hard to tell where exactly the money is going.

    A mind-watering 70% of the contracts, some of which have a duration of 50 years (with the option of extending them to 100 years), were awarded without tender, in direct contravention of the Mexican government’s own anti-corruption laws. The deep opacity also extends to the government’s financing arrangements with international banks and the issuance of green bonds, Hernandez Soriano says.

    Given how much money the project could generate in years to come for some of Mexico’s biggest companies and international banks, as well as how much has already been ploughed into it, Mexico’s business elite and their political minders will fight tooth-and-nail to ensure that AMLO does nothing to upset the apple cart. It’s still far from certain that AMLO will actually win the elections or indeed that he intends to go ahead with this plan; it could just be an electoral ploy to galvanise his base. But if he does win the elections and he does go ahead with the plan, every effort will be made to change his mind, including the threat of litigation and broader economic fallout.

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    1. This article is about the cop killers, not about the airport.

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    2. Have to admit nothing to do with cop killers but very informative!

      Keep posting 8:58
      Sounding alarm bells wherever to inform and educate should be appreciated.

      E42

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  16. Chivis, What’s happening in Tamarindo?

    https://www.reddit.com/r/mexico/comments/8dwxo5/cien_sicarios_toman_control_de_el_tamarindo/?st=JG9OJPTG&sh=52f41859

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    1. Something happened, but after a couple of days of checking I am left with a conclusion that citizens are over hyping to get the government involved. Citizens say 100 men in 30 trucks convoyed into the municipality and started fires and mayhem. Yet the short couple of videos do not depict that. There would be many more ample footage videos if something as described happened.

      Anyway that is my opinion for now...

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  17. Like I said these 6 cops were killed in response to the killing of 10 of their people. This was an eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth type of deal.

    The people that think that the government will go heavy on them fail to realize that they have always been tough on cartel members unless you have money. If you are caught by the government you get a fat ass whopping, water boarded, plastic bag to the head, they hook up a car battery to two wires and electrocute you. If they dislike you enough they will disappear you or chop you up and place a manta on you.

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    1. Heard that dude,gob are just as brutal as cartel rats cause they know the cartel would pop them in a minute

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    2. 11:27 what, are they slackers not raping everybody anymore?
      That used to be job #1 not long ago,
      Hey, but animal behaviour comes with the need to terrorize as a way to vaccinate the opposition, it makes the job easier the more they are shocked by smearing their faces into it. Specially when things are about to get a lot worse and preventive counter-revolutionary measures WILL BE IMPOSED by any means necessary... you ain't seen nothin' yets...

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  18. It says Hector A. A Mexican a member of government, would get the bad guys if,they put video on social media. But if they do not posted? They would be free to continue killing mote police. What a dumb law.

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    1. I bet there are programs that can hack any device with original video in the area, and locate the owner, but sharing it makes things easier, por eso no anden ahi de calientes

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  19. Can someone tell me what happenes in the video. I’m not a big fan of graphic stuff

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      Dude,the cops are well dead lying there by trucks when filming starts,i really think you could watch it,to me it isnt particularly graphic.The sicarios are pissed and one flips a dead cop some brain matter falls out but you dont really see it,all you hear is putamadre(motherfuckers)thats it really?

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    2. I’ll pass, you have explain enough to me thanks.

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    3. Yeah dude whatever

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    4. The guy yelling putas madres is over excited walking and talking and walking among the dead...
      What amazes me is the canoeing on the dead cops, that is the shooting on the head that splits it open and scatters the brain matter all over, that is a signature practice of the SEALS on their alive, dead, or dying targets, never mind if they were deserving of the killing or the mutilation, whill not all seals practice the dirty deeds all are committed to a pact of silence...
      The Intercept/ "The Crimes of Seal Team 6" by Matthew Cole
      According to former Seal Team 6 members...

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  20. Unacceptable, Police forces getting murdered like this is such a tragedy. Send in mercenary force to clean up mexico but operate with US collusion.....

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    1. Mercenaries are a worse punishment on innocent Mexican people than narcos and government death squads posing as police kfficers, then they will never want to go away as happened when they stole half of Mexico in their quest for profit and land and business...they don't take all of it because there are TOO MANY MEXICANS THERE...

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  21. Mexico needs to send in the American's.

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    1. Tell the Americans to stop smoking crack mariguana ect and selling weapons to the wrong hands. Thats how America will safe Mexico. Not with more soldiers or bullets. Or missiles or a wall. Then again. America is being attack daily by white americans.

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    2. As much as I would like see intervention from foreign countries to assist Mexico in their troubled times. It is the collusion of Mexico’s government officials that would gain from it. Not it’s citizens! Just adding more fuel to their fire. Moreover, further neglecting the citizens of Mexico from good governance.
      Besides America’s recent record has proven to worsen matters in regions of conflict where US forces were implemented. Libya, Iraq are perfect examples of a revolution in ruins.

      E42

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    3. @5:44PM it seems to me like your thinking is a little conflicted. In your first sentence you say how much you would like to see foreign intervention but the rest of your comment gives valid reasons why there shouldn't be foreign.

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    4. @dd
      Not conflicting at all. Analyzing certain factors with reason states otherwise. Wishful intentions are applied by many for sake of hope.The end result will not make a difference due to government criminal involvement.
      Government itself is the root of the problems which has plagued its country. Along with the demand of drug consumption which fueled its continuous practices.
      What difference will military intervention make if those in power are the cause! Success will only come from removing those political powers which continue to wreak havoc.

      The latter portion of comment points to outcomes elsewhere in parts of the world.
      This is clearly an in-house issue within its own. Resolvement can only come from ones determination for change. And that my friend bears the sole purpose / responsibility of its citizens.

      E42

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    5. The proof is in the oudding, meddling in other countries for fack's shake, JUST BECAUSE SOME PROFESSIONAL MERCENARY WAR PROFITEERS NEED TO BE PROVOKING A WAR FOR PROFIT SOMEWHERE ALL THE TIME, is a problem, made worse when the war profiteers work with friend and foe to exact their money from all sides.
      And that is the Clear and Present Danger on the US, helped by the "be nice and don't say names" politics of many a place.

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  22. We all know whats going to happen, they find these drunk fools to confess to the crime, just to shut the media up, then these stooges that were arrested, will be release without the public knowledge in less than 5 years, even though, everyone knows they didn't do it, or if they did, then their bosses will not get arrested for ordering this hit.

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  23. The guy on the far right in the red shirt looks like they been dunking his head in a water barrel...

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  24. Att: Chivis look at this video R.Q
    Listen to his voice when he talks
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JOlqm_EeEgQ

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    1. Yup! That’s el Viejito sitting there

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    2. Yup. Thank you for responding to my posting chivis.

      -the guy who knows nothing

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