Saturday, May 5, 2018

Tixtla Guerrero 9 Bodies abandoned in a truck bed

Chivis Martinez   from Sur Acapulco

The bodies of nine people were found murdered Saturday morning in a  truck in the municipality of Tixtla.

The spokesman for the Guerrero Coordination Group, Roberto Álvarez Heredia, confirmed the finding of the nine bodies and said that it is a group of men who were abducted on Thursday in Tixtla.

On Saturday, at approximately at 9 o'clock in the morning a report was received, indicated that in the place known as "Los Túneles" was abandoned.  The a Ford truck, duel wheeled, white and  blue, had license plates reading, HR5536B.  The vehicle belongs to one of the nine deceased found in the truck bed.

The van was towed and taken by the authorities to the forensic medical service of the capital for the autopsies and  possible identification.


Zocalo is reporting:

According to the reports, last Thursday, May 3 - around 6:00 p.m. - the owner of the company,  "El Guero" a subcontractor for Coca-Cola and his workers, were traveling  in a truck when they were intercepted by an armed group in the place known as "El Trebol" located between the roads that lead to the town of Apango, another to Chilapa and the Tixtla-Chilpancingo highway.

That same day, the criminals agreed to release two of their victims.

However, the version of the relatives of some of the victims is that the delinquents demanded that the wife of the owner of the company subcontracted by Coca-Cola, with a branch in Chilpancingo, pay a ransom.

At 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, the abductors snatched another five relatives of the owner of the company named Esteban Nava Romero.

They took five, among them Esteban's father, brother-in-law and other relatives, they took them from their homes located in different points of Tixtla.

The relatives, who were interviewed in the Office of the Prosecutor, after the disappearance of the nine people,  filed a complaint with the Public Prosecutor's Office of the Common Jurisdiction on Friday, May 4 in the afternoon.

That Friday, the relatives went to the offices of the Coca Cola located in Chilpancingo to request reports on the situation of the disappeared.

However, officials of the transnational company said that the disappeared were not their workers.

The Coca-Cola, according to the relatives of the victims, subcontracted with a company name  of "Tienda el Guero" to distribute the soft drink to the Municipality of Tixtla.

The company of "El Guero” was the one that hired the workers.  Coca Cola stopped directly distributing its product in Tixtla because of the threats of the drug traffickers.

In addition, the criminals told them that they could not sell the soft drink at night.

The  Government asserts that the dead men were selling illegal products, and did not engage in a search for the men.

28 comments:

  1. menchos raza getting their ass kicked, animo mi sinaloa!

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    1. Wow you are a new type of sinaloa cheerleader. The typical CDS cheerleader says that CDS is against extortion and doesnt harm innocent people, yet these guys are doing exactly that and you believe they are from Sinaloa.

      Let me burst your bubble, these guys srent from Jalisco theyre from Guerrero, theyre tht distributing drugs into other countries they where distributing coca cola in the town, they where contracted by cocacola because some low life scums also from Guerrero made threats against cocacola of the region and set theirnown "rules" well these contractors, by doing their job mesnt they wehre not abiding the scumbags demands so the scumbags retaliated. Nothing to do with your fantasy thoughts that you admire.

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    2. 5:27 this secret partner of Coca~Cola, distributing their crap in secret, to get his illegal workers killed and disowned by the billion dollar coca behemot...
      --he is not being named a partner of La pinchi Mencha.
      But I hope la pinchi mencha attends your quinciañera
      and marries your ass

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    3. Hey Millie,mi raza,where they at ? Not a gringo in sight

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  2. Federal police in san Fernando r crooked escorting drugs in trailers to the border

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  3. Cattle and poultry are slaughtered with more of a dignified manner than what’s transpiring in Mexico. Such a shame Life itself bears no true meaning. Where that Almighty Dollar holds more of a significant value than life itself.
    This exaggerated monetary system created with complexities, inequalities and injustices has caused more harm than good. And yet a necessity regardless of the perils behind the curtains just to eat.

    E42

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    1. I doubt dollars were involved, just some secret illegal workers Coca-Cola disowns that will get no termination bonuses that the guerrero government also condemns for being illegal workers...
      Must have been members of ISIS or guatemalans, or shit.

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  4. Let get Guerrero forensics and homocide to start working on this right away..Probably be solved in 30 or 40 years.

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    1. I know, it makes me laugh each time I see that...

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  5. En mexico las cosas estan jodidas oasa esto..matan familias ,con bebes recien nacidos es una bestialidad ,te sacan el corazon puras pendejadas y basura hay aca de gebte mala por eso yo no salgo mas ke para la comida

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  6. Innocent people

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    1. How innocent people are targeted?

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  7. Eso es lo que les pasan por extorcionar a la gente. Pongansen a chambiar bien lacras

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    1. 2:29 quién hijos de la chingada dice que estos muertos, victimas de asesinato, andaban extorsionando?
      --More like Coca-Cola is getting extorted big time by criminals at the service of guerrero government murdering a few peasants at a time.

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  8. Additional details and photos.

    http://www.guerreroaldia.ml/2018/05/la-manana-de-este-dia-encuentran-en-la.html

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    1. One was a minor.... http://puntoxpuntonoticias01.overblog.com/2018/05/dejan-nueve-ejecutados-en-la-capital-en-el-libramiento-a-tixtla.html

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  9. Cjng killing small time thugs and Innocent ppl again. Its a Shame for mx gob.

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  10. Obviously some one with guns and a crew wants to be the distributors of Coca Cola in that region.

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  11. 3:35 ni madres, all the shake down only has one purpose, a partnership where a monthly check changes hands, because only fools want to work and that's what's gets them killed.

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  12. They were just working, distrubiting the Coca Cola, and keeping thier nose clean, this innocent workers get killed. Wow they were in no Cartel, And get shot up. Members of that cartel need to be killed.

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    1. The troque has brand new thick no see through stakes, they were moving precious cocas to the rancheros.

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  13. Back a few years ago I was working in the hills west of Iguala. In a little tienda I was getting some cookies, when the Coca Cola truck arrived. Their armed guard, with a full auto and a boonie hat with "Tampa Bay Buckaneers" as the patch, asked me what I was doing out there. I told him. He said they get 'messages' when it is 'too hot' and to not deliver on those days. So if it was so dam hot Coca Cola with it's armed guard would not deliver, that says something.

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  14. Killed pheasant's for delivering Coca Cola, thats an all time low. I keep saying, Autodefensas are needed to kill, the cartels, that are killing and getting away with it.

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    1. I didn’t see any pheasants in the photos? Just poor innocent people who can’t defend themselves and are betrayed by their government bc of the perverse incentives that global economics and criminalizing drug use has resulted in.
      Finesse in Texass

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  15. I would gather Intel on want low life Cartel or gang did this. Find out where they live or congregate, develop an Autodefensas, with trusted partners, and shoot them up, yes I know more roaches will come, shoot them, .good practice to out manuver the criminals.

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  16. you mean to say, the people in the truck are not rivals.
    ?

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    1. They were just earning a decent living, and get killed for delivering Coca Cola. The bad hombres wanted bribe money.

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