Monday, June 18, 2018

6 Municipal Police killed by Huachicoleros in Puebla

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Excelsior article

Subject Matter: Killing of 6 Municipal Police in Puebla
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required



 Six Municipal Police of Amozoc were assassinated in Chachapa by members of a band dedicated to the robbery of petroleum products from Pemex. The Secretary of Public Security have detained two persons deemed responsible. The Municipal President, Jose Cruz, said that the Police arrived at the zone after a telephone call that denounced a dispute in the area.

The crime was committed on the San Cristobel highway, where the State Attorney General encountered the bodies on the edge of a field of maize, with the bodies lying side by side with one female among them.




The six assassinated had been killed around 16:30, when initially a confrontation had been registered, however, unofficial versions refer to the Police elements being threatened by the criminals, then thrown to the floor and executed at point blank range.



The bodies were found only 250 meters from the Puebla-Orizaba highway, on which was mounted an an operation by Ministerial, State and Federal elements to locate those responsible, who had fled in two pickups, one red and one black, towards San Miguel Espejo, a province of the State capital.

It should be noted that one of the officers was found alive, red cross medics tried to save him but he died minutes later.

For the support operation, State Police provided 30 elements, plus the Hercules unit of the Municipal Police. During the operation a clandestine duct tap was found a kilometer from the place where the bodies of the Police were found.

The Secretary of Public Security, Jesus Morales Rodriguez, reported that two people were arrested, who will be referred to the authorities as the alleged perpetrators of this multiple homicide.

In addition, the state official conveyed the condolences of Governor Jose Antonio Gali Fayad and pledged that the local administration will support the relatives of the dead Police, who "died carrying out their duty".

39 comments:

  1. Extremely sad RIP

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  2. Don't expect much in the way of prisoners when arrest time comes.

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  3. Who was it a few years ago who made a statement saying Mexico was becoming a failed State. Mexican officials scoffed at that notion then, but I'm beginning to wonder if that isn't indeed becoming the case.

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    1. Mexico is indeed a failed state. The San Fernando massacre and the current rate of cartel related murders that is comparable to a densely populated Mexican town being hit by a nuke (200,000 murders per year NOT counting "disappereances" annually is a prime example of this. The Cartels have enough power to slaughter and exterminate half the Mexican population if they really wanted to.

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    2. its been a failed state for a long time

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    3. The country as a whole is not a failed state but Tamaulipas, Guerrero and Michoacan, as individual states, are pretty close to it. Maybe Veracruz as well.

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    4. Mexico is becoming a Falling State,
      and it is falling in the hands of the wrong people,
      --People that can't care about anything but their next bunch of billions and billions of dollars from the hungry mouths of anybody dumb enough to have gotten on their way in their own countries...

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    5. The problem in mexico is a failed government, failed thanks to nobody but itself and all the powers that corrupted them to make profit for themselves.

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    6. 11:53 thanks to the Mierda Accords, 3 billion dollars a year to militarize the police to murder with impunity and keep AMLO from the presidency, and to keep the Mexicans under the foot of global vulture capitalistas, this is the result.

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  4. Looks like the local criminals will continue to steal petrol from Pemex. They should have developed Intel, before entering and getting ambushed.

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    1. 6:55 PEMEX HAS STOLEN MORE FROM THE MEXICANS than all the huachicoleros put together, no the abstract state owned corporation not by itself, but its corrupt management and administrators imposed from Los Pinos including the corrupt charro leadership.
      These dead municipal cops will not collect anymore kickbacks from the huachicoleros, that will be all State and Federal Police supporting Mando Unico. La Pantera Rosa won'the have his huachicoleros around anymore, there is a New Governor, one more real Arab narco-governor gunning for Mexican OIL, Gali Fayad may not be a Princesa de Apisco but the Insultan de Puebla.

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  5. Esta cañón. - Sol Prendido

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  6. This wouldve been a national outrage in US. In Mexico the president does not care. Thats where this countries problem begins. Other countries need to put alot of pressure on the mexican government but nobody ever does.

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    1. fully agree with you.
      The western world must increase their pressure on PAN, PRI...using e.g. OFAC. Arrest politicians when leaving mexico use RICO against them. Take away are stolen money.
      There is a saying which would be in english something like "kill a few and thousends will obey"

      at least just shot and not put on display.
      RIP

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  7. Looks like they got sent to be slaughtered, State Police and Mando Unico don't like municipales with better brand new non bullet proof body armor...and then there is 6 life insurances to steal, but the widowers and surviving families get a flag and a foto of the fallen officers, and the televised ceremonies, why not?

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  8. Only in Mexico...

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  9. What is "a clandestine duct tap"? Is that where they siphon off the petroleum products?

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    1. It is a hidden tap on an oil pipeline, but only very qualified technicians can do them, is not like you just go with your torch or saw or drills and do a Papanicolao on the line.
      But most Huachicoleros use PEMEX TAPS on PEMEX DEPOTS to fill their invisible oil pipe tankers, many also disguise the whole tanker to traffic it to Tejas where Tejas oil barons buy and give it US citizenship...
      --Texas Corporations That Buy Illegal Mexican Oil:

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  10. My girls brother in law worked in thay business in Mazatlan was fortunate to leave before his boss was killed by Rene a silent leader or Baja that many do not know of. Anyways, he said they paid/bribed Marina, Policia de Pemex, Estatales, Federales y Municipales when they did this in Maza. He was not making crazy money. Roughly, 200k pesos per month. The workers that did the actual work: 5k pesos per day. 2-3 times per week. Which was not bad for them. His boss prior to being killed would make 200k pesos per day after roughly paying 300k pesos for employment and bribes. Mi pariente said the Puebla ones are the savage people that do not bother even doing it discrete. In Maza they would install part of the pump to the drive shaft or flecha of a Tacoma in a small garage built over the gas line and let it rip. Enjoy kids.

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  11. Policia federales lives matter

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  12. Would pemex be wrong to hire sicarios to protect them these pieces of trash.
    Mejor que se pongan a trabajar bola de lacras

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    1. The foreign oil corporations already did it back in the day.
      They had Guardias Blancas murdering union leaders and activist workers before El Tata Presidente Lazaro Cardenas nationalized Mexican Oil and formed PEMEX...Kicking Standard Oil, Shell oil, and the Rockefellers nalgas out of the way...but they are coming back with everything, including "More Finely Refined Corruption"
      El Tataalso incorporated the Greatest Steelworks in the world, Siderúrgica Las Truchas that became siderúrgica Lazaro Cardenas the Mexican government bankrupted and stole and sold to
      Arcelor-Mittal, the corruptor of steel works all over the world they later buy at fire sale prices, evil enough that the Chinese can't knock them out of the game...and don't blame Gunga Din, Carlos Salinas de Gortari who stole the election from Cuauhtemoc Cardenas son of El Tata, also sold the siderurgica to wipe his ass with the communista/socialista cardenismo.

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  13. History repeats itself!
    Como los Dias de pancho villa nadamas que los bandidos de ahora valen a pura berga!

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  14. They probably didn't know the tapped pipeline was nearby and accidentally stumbled upon a hideout for the huachicoleros.

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  15. Theres another article coming out, they were ambushed, with the help of two high ranking officers in cahoots with criminals. The 6 officers killed, had filed a report previously, that they were being harrassed, by higher ups, the good news is that the two high in command have been arrested, from La P.

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    1. 6 Boy Scout municipal police officers paid with their lives for being honest...
      Hey! Coyotes mistreat immigrants and their children but the bad news is someone real smart said "the Prezident is NOT a Coyote",
      A smart mexican would say "don't defend me, compadre"

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    2. Alexander I read it, in a Mexican article, that the 6 officers where, ambushed, tortured and killed, by the help of to high ranking cops, boy talk about exposure, now I ask will these two officers caught, be out of jail in no time??????

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  16. If that happened in the US, the response would be above and beyond. Unacceptable that this filth can get away with these atrocities. Those brave officers should not die in vain. Feel sorry for the families..

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  17. This was cops killing cops. They wanted to get their share of money from the tap. And the other cops said who the fuck are y'all. Bang bang bang.

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  18. Correct me if im wrong. But wasn't that huge fire in Mexico that killed a bunch of people a few years ago caused by the illegal oil trade?

    On a separate note, fuck Pemex. Its time the world move away from using crude oil. I wont deny how revolutionary it's been in our development. But truth be told we haven't needed to use it for decades.

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    1. 10:19 the plant fire was an Industrial accident, you can see the videos, no huachicoleros.
      The fire in the pemex building in Mexico city looks suspicious, may e that why they stopped investigating.
      It is like the pentagon shit, I mean hit, "by an airplane" that totally disintegrated, it was also a 100 feet wing span plane or mkre that made a hole 5 ft diameter to erase 2 trillion dollars in missing funds in Pentagon accounting.

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    2. You will be surprised how much a necessity crude oil is. Products that many use on daily basis are made from components of oil. I saw a list which was surprisingly shocking.

      E42

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    3. Yeah, you're right E. I wasn't thinking of everything thats made with it. But we definitely could afford to lessen our dependence on it.

      1:02 - I know, what are the chances the same department investigating that missing money was the department "hit by a plane". What are the chances there were war games going on the same day it all happened. The hole thing is ridiculous.

      Phelpso

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    4. That was the exact location hit, all the records gone.
      The plane and the passenger list all evaporated at once.

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  19. What I don't get is why they didn't come out blasting like Yosemite Sam. I don't care if you're surrounded. Take someone with you.

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    1. 11:46 any municipal police officer would submit to inspection from a state or federal police checkpoint or platoon death squad and then get shoot up all over the ass.

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    2. Even cops surrender to the authority of other more authoritarian "cops", may have been gotten at some checkpoint and accused of being fake cops which they could prove, then they get shot in the back for the execution, St Valentin's Day style massacre.
      Same thing got done in Tlatlaya and San Fernando...

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  20. Wow cops killing thier own cops.

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  21. also been cops that don't submit. There has been plenty of stories where municipales didn't give up their weapons.

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