Thursday, May 31, 2018

Nuevo Laredo: U.N. sees federal forces connection in wave of disappearances


Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat...Republished from Reuters   Thanks again Tu Fren


Citizens have been reporting this for months: 

The U.N. human rights office has “strong indications” that Mexican federal security forces are behind a wave of disappearances in and around the city of Nuevo Laredo, a statement from the U.N. human rights chief said on Wednesday.

Mexican officials did not immediately respond to the UN allegations.

The U.N. has documented the disappearance of 21 men and two women in Nuevo Laredo in Tamaulipas State from February until May 16 this year, the statement from U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein said.

“Many of these people are reported to have been arbitrarily detained and disappeared while going about their daily lives,” the statement quoted Zeid as saying.

A local human rights organization put the number of disappearances in Nuevo Laredo at more than 40, and the U.N. human rights office received testimonies that they were allegedly perpetrated by a federal security force, often late at night or at dawn, the statement said.

The report is the latest finding by international groups highlighting alleged abuses by the government in its decade-long battle against criminal gangs.

La Jornada reporting:

According to testimonies received by the UN-DH, these disappearances were often perpetrated at night or at dawn, by members of a federal security force. People were reportedly detained by uniformed personnel while walking or driving on roads, and according to the information received, several vehicles were found on the side of the road, burned with bullet impacts.

"It was reported that many of these people were arbitrarily detained and disappeared while carrying out their daily lives." It is particularly horrific that at least five of the victims are minors, three of them very young, just 14. These crimes, perpetrated during four months in a single municipality, that is outrageous, "said High Commissioner Zeid.

The UN High Commissioner pointed out that, in spite of the extensive information and evidence available, the Mexican authorities have made little progress in locating the disappeared persons and in investigating what has happened to them.

36 comments:

  1. No way! Really?

    Clueless!

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  2. Why would a federal force disappear normal people. Sounds more like cartels dressed like feds, and cloned vehicles...Sad

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    1. No it is the real feds. It happened quite a bit in Coahuila about 7 years ago. Always after young kids. they found two dead teens in the military base barracks in my town.

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    2. Do you think those where completely innocent teens, chivizzzzzzz? Having a hard time believing that the feds picked up a bunch of straight A students, with full rides to Harvard?

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    3. They must think they're halcones or wouldn't rat anyone???? Those feds must be on someone's payroll.

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    4. And in Chihuahua, Gererro , Jalisco, Veracruz, Michoacán. Everywhere

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    5. is this why they had fight where cdn attacked the marinas? one of the songs from commando exclusivo says "esto fue por la razita que ustedes se llevana"

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    6. It has been happening since the need for traffic of minors for the Habana Hilton customers was made LEGAL BY LAW by the great Cuban society of Fulgencio Batista until the communist animals took over and kicked the gangsters, the mobsters and the banksters out of la isla chingada, in the 50s...
      Then they moved to Cancun to make the book "El Infierno por El Edén" famous...
      Blaming the Narcos has got too facKing OLD already...and the poo' little light mexican government can't find soultions but sure have explanations for every single little incident, the "narcos"...

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    7. No two ways about it,it is real feds,your very naive if you dont believe it.
      Its a mini war and much hatred between them.

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    8. Chivis used to blame Los zetas just because El Mamito es my guapo, (no te me olvidas cachetona vaquetona)
      But the Mexican armies can't deny the participation of all their melitary and police state in the criminality anymore.

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    9. La Rielera always defends the melitary and the poolice,
      And any victims of them must have been up to no good...
      --Thanks rielera, you haven't changed one bit.

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  3. Not all is as cut and dried as it seems. The Humaos Derrechos in MX has been corrupted and devalued for years. They openly hide vicious cartel sicarios and provide shelter to cartel henchmen. Whenever and arrest is made they pay citizens to riot and protest, (most dont even know the people detained in the first place.) Yes there is wrongdoing on all sides but the UN should clean its house and get the facts before pushing propoganda and whatever else the Humanos Derrechos de Mexico has to sell.

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    1. They defend the rights of people. Who are innocent until proven guilty.

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    2. Hilarious answer,how dare the UN say there is corruption in Mexico "The UN should get its own house in order" Meanwhile people are disappeared every day in Mexico,you sound like dd jajaja

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    3. 7:28 Mexican Human Rights Organizations' directors barely get paid and get an office, they get intimidated and put their ass on the line for nothing, they DO NOT PAY FOR PROTESTORS,
      --I am sure they wish there was some money for them to steal,
      Would you care to name names?

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  4. theres a group of missing people that are missing due to the nature of their activities, these are the criminals, and then there is also another group of missing people who disapeared simply for being at the wrong place and time and are innocent, i bet federal forces are responsible for alot of narcos, sicarios and halcones dissapearing, and unfortunately some innocents who they assumed where hostile and actually werent, instead they where innocent, also a few of those corrupt ones that turn in ther detained to other narcos and i bet the combined amount of both innocent civilians and criminal narcos dissapeared by the federal forces is a small number compared to the innocents alone dissapeared by cartels, not counting the criminals dissapeared by other cartels

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    1. They know who is hostile they know who is not. The government IS the one doing MOST of the killings. The vast majority

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    2. 2:12 you lose your bet, the state government is the one disappearing most of the people, that is the Colombian model that made Alvaro Uribe Velez a billionaire in dollars even before becoming "Pre-sidente de Co-lombia", those billions of dollars and his alliance with the US has kept him out of prison where he belongs with his paras and milicos and AUC AND HIS BROTHER SALVADOR and HIS DOCE APOSTLES GANG...
      in veracruz, state sponsored crimes, drug trafficking and their alliance with zeta and CJNG made Fidel Herrera Beltran Z1#2 and Javier Duarte de Ochoa "la marrana" and their favorite "police chief" Arturo Bermudez Zurita MILLIONAIRES MANY TIMES OVER with million dollar properties on the US and mexico... justiceinmexico.org/arturo bermudez zurita
      There are hundreds of reports about how the state death squads operate in Mexican states in cahoots with criminals, but the authority resides with the governors, feudal barons of the "presidents" like EPN who talked about "el muxe #1 Borges",la marrana Duarte de Ochoa , el capulina Duarte de chihuahua,
      "La silla de montar" guillermo padrés, Los moreiro boys, yarrington. Puro pinche corrupto, after all they brought down the capos like osiel, decena, lazca, El chapo, abl, decaf, and the guadalajara cartel to steal the drug business a day once in it to kidnap for ransom and murder for the lands.
      --There are many reports even in "black out news" mexico,
      Try and read one, buddy...

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    3. @3:57
      you are right and i admit i stand corrected, i just remembered the famous case of the 43 missing students is actually a state sponsored crime

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    4. The marinas and soldiers are federal Presidential envoys but work in cahoots with the state government and their state police, they have eliminated preventive municipal police to steal all of the whole cake, the narcos are their bitches.

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  5. "The U.N. has documented the disappearance of 21 men and two women" “"Many of these people are reported to have been arbitrarily detained and disappeared while going about their daily lives”

    21 innocent men and 2 innocent women.

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    1. 4:19 the other hundreds of thousands killed, murdered, disappeared must be fake news or happend in Mars,
      looks like the UN won't start counting until 6 million victims of genocide are in the can, "mexico or the US might not like it"

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  6. The feds where doing the same thing in Juarez and all over Chiwas

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  7. I could understand if they are making the criminals disappear, but cannot understand, why they would also target innocent people.

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    1. from what I understand is they cant find the legit halcones or legit criminals so they got frustrated and started taking anyone who they think could be affiliated or related to cartel. im just goin by what the song says. That they were "cagando mucho el palo" aka shitting the stick, meaning they kept fucking around with the people.

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    2. They are one and the same. We dont know who is a criminal and who is innocent. Nobody had due process. So every single one of them is innocent. It was not proven otherwise.

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    3. 7:36 STATE SPONSORED TERRORISM, broadly applied destabilize whole countries and international gangsters of capitalism take big bounties from the murky waters...PEMEX, mening, power generation, agriculture, "gaming industries", drugs processing and trafficking, banking, tourism, prostitution, health care, education... even religion has been taken over by foreigners promising richer wider whiter chrissian heavens, chingadamadre!
      "A Rio revuelto, ganancia de pescadores"

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  8. I heard that in n laredo Zetas tend to wear as marines or polices covering their faces and commit hijackings on roads murders and kidnappings

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    1. @12:29 Fuck! Stuff like that scares the crap out of me. I love Mexicans, would live there if my cards fell right, but shoot man, I don't want to be the lead actor on a narco video. I know by and large Mexico is safe but if you guess wrong...oh well, nowhere is 100 percent safe.

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    2. 3:23 capping on your pants will not work in mexico,
      It may have helped American coward draft dodger Ted Nugent avoid serving his country in the Vietnam War,
      but in Mexico you WILL make do or else, even if your service consist of donating your body for the science of torturing and disappearing.

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    3. "i feel good". You might win an oscar But you wont be accepting in person. Probably a us life insurance wouldnt evem pay up! But...you might get hit crossing the street so follow your dream little jimmie its ok to be scared but follow your Dream! Tony M.

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  9. @chivis you published an article last year that mentioned cjng would try to enter tamps or nuevo leon in 2018, my point is several media outlets have reported mencho sending a high ranking lieutenant to Tamps to try and work out some kind of alliance with the dudes grupo escorpion is smoking left and right. Mencho keeps using the sinaloense stragety of heating up the plazas and these reports of the marina doing all this extra shit has cjng bribes written all over it IMO.

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    1. That is EXACTLY what they do, cut a limited alliance to achieve a goal. They have done this in each plaza they have acquired beginning with TJ and Michoacan.

      Thanks for the info

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    2. Matamoros faction will smell menchos b.s. and not go for it. They are still the true gulf cartel even if weaken still has some firepower and connections in tjeir home state.

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  10. So shocking...

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