Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Veracruz: Attorney of Jalisco Federal Police is abducted, while leaving his daughter's quinceanera, then tortured and killed

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat



Veracruz authorities have confirmed, that a body discovered, is that of Reyes Andrés Izquierdo Velázquez, 46.  

The body was abandoned  in the undergrowth at the La Tinaja-Cosoleacaque junction, in the municipality of the same name.

Izquierdo Velázquez was the Inspector General for the Federal Police in Jalisco. He was also the  chief of the legal department in the Jalisco Coordination of  Federal Police.

The victim showed signs of torture and was shot execution-style. Next to the body, authorities also found a cartulina narco message, which accuses the attorney, of wanting to open the plaza to their Jalisco rivals.

The message  reads; 

"This happened to this prick attorney for wanting to open the plaza to the Jaliscas. The plaza is ours; the one in charge is commander Concha. Sincerely,  La Vieja Escuela [The Old School].”

The first investigations of the Prosecutor's Office of Veracruz indicate that Izquierdo Velázquez, went to his daughter's 15th birthday party on Saturday and upon leaving was intercepted by several heavily armed individuals.

The gunmen tied his hands behind his back, then tortured him and finally shot him at close range five times.
        

38 comments:

  1. Old school Zetas I assume.

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    1. Comandante Veracruzano de la polesia EN JALISCO,
      Eso se saca por andar ahi de caliente con Las Jaliskas.
      Pinchi chaquetero, what did he do to get the job EN Jalisco?

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  2. Cjng taking another hit. Dude this time next year los menchos gonna be another tuta CT route. Rest in piss jalisca

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  3. Lucky Ol' Bastid, they did not dismember him, hope they preserved the videos of the Interrogation, as evidence of his malfeasance and did not destroy them "to protect national security" as more advanced countries do, who wants 3rd world underdeveloped countries narco-sicarios showing off

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  4. cmdt concha is zeta?
    http://www.excelsior.com.mx/2012/04/19/nacional/827728

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    1. most likely he is, i assumed he is just by reading that message since the 2 main cartels fighting veracruz are zetas and cjng, zetas split in 2 those tgat didnt became CDN call them selves vieja escuela and this threats are against cjng so yeah most likely a zeta

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    2. There are more zetas cells than just cdn and zetas old school. Talibanes for example.

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    3. 3:21 but, talibans do not exist!
      Their kingpin got arrested and extradited FOR REBELLING AGAINST THE ZETAS of Las treviñas and lazcas and the Mexican and US governments did not like that,
      if Talibanes and Co. were suckered and shortchanged and went unpaid that is on them por pendejos and not an excuse for rebellion, or the kingpin will get it up the ass...

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  5. Cjng taking Ls All Mexico

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  6. No they just started diggin their own graves

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  7. Delusional Mencho trying to take on old school Z and CDG Matamoros, not even if CDS helped them lol.

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  8. La Vieja Escuela doesn't necessarily mean Zetas, the term "old school" in my opinion refers to Jalisco's old mafia guard.

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    1. In this case its los zetas, CJNG has been fighting the old school z/matamoros CDG factions over control of veracruz.

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    2. Stop trying to reach jaliscos old mafia guard who might that be RCQ or jefe de jefes the Vieja Escuela that’s all Z trying to live and work by the original Zeta codes and standards

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    3. who? empresa NC? La Resistencia? Milenio? the old school guys from jalisco are the ones that made cjng the others are arrested or dead. and if you read it its a threat against jalisco in general it even calls them jaliscaa,

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    4. Your opinion is wrong vieja escuela are the old school zetas.

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    5. Technically your wrong 3:23 because is says La vieja escuela. It can mean old school zeta, old school mafia or just a lil old school

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    6. Old School Z and CDG from Veracruz, Tabasco, Oaxaca, San Luis Potosin are allied to fight against the CJNG in Veracruz the Gulf Cartel has there own armed wing called "Grupo Sombra" they are ex military and ex cops that form that group they even have a F.E.G.S (Fuerzas Especiales Grupo Sombra) that group was created to specially fight against the CJNG and the weakened "La 35Z" (Ex Zetas). Meanwhile the CDG and Old School Z focus on other objectives in Veracruz besides killing CJNG members. Btw all the CDG that operates in all those states I mention they receive orders from CDG Matamoros along with the CDG from Zacatecas. Matamoros CDG is the real CDG not the Reynosa Metros...

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    7. im confused

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    8. 8:10 echate un pedo
      pa que te inspires cuando lo respires.

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  9. CdN took out a high ranking guy from the federales, not a good look. That's how la familia michoacan went down, going against government officials. Now federales are going to make it easier for cjng

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    1. Yep you mess with the government, they will go full throttle and cartel members disappear you dig.

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    2. @5:04 That is BS- Mencho blasted a federales chopper out of the sky and that only made them stronger....

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    3. The federales (Policia Federal) Director could not take revenge on La Mencha for the ridicule, but he arranged for the hiring of 50 or more young men to work in an abandoned rancho in Tanhuato, but about 50 got murdered early in the morning by Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos' federal police and helicopters, "Tanhuato un Crimen de Estado" cost "la kika" his job, he resigned quietly, no news release, no reportin' nothin' on the former "zeta from the start" galindo ceballos resignation...

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    4. 11:44 those federated weren't high-rank like this guy. Big difference, just like when cjng killed a high ranking federal in puebla, the huachilero That was the leader for cjng got busted and he was low key living in gated community but messed up calling that killing

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  10. Even high ranking officers are getting killed, time full force and kill cartel in the area. Otherwise they will continue to, get out of hand.

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  11. Question: Why do people put the letter "N" at the end of their name?

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    1. It means that their last name is not known, irrelevant or cannot be disclosed

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    2. In school they told me it was wrong to use the "N" word

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  12. What If CJNG Did it and blamed it On the Zetas. Psychological warfare...

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  13. As long as Mencho got Tekashi 6ix9ine can't no one test his gangsta

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    1. ... Takashi Got His Card Pulled ... Fake A$$ Gangster ...

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    2. Gotti Gotti

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  14. Is this the same Concha who is or was a regional boss for South Veracruz that was arrested back in 2012 ?

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  15. Thats what happens if you sell your country to the narcos. First take then money then take the bullet.

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  16. Military act fast, don't just sit back, and let you partners die to this no good for nothing cartel hoodlums.

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    1. 6:58 IF mister comandante jaliska from Veracruz had taken military to his daughter's quinciañera in veracruz, she would have been kidnapped for ransom and raped for fun and then disappeared after the whole shebang, daddy would have been gone too...

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  17. Idea! Grab Duarte and he will sing without torture (just scare him a little) but video his confession and post. Also maybe Eugenio as well...but for sure Duarte. They will tell the real story but video and post for the world to see! T. M.

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