Monday, June 18, 2018

Mexico City: Human remains with narcomanta found on Insurgentes Norte

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Milenio
                    
Armando Monroy/ Cuartoscuro
In an unprecedented event for Mexico City, on Sunday morning the remains of at least two people were scattered on Insurgentes Norte Avenue, at the intersection of Ricardo Flores Magón, in the Nonoalco Tlatelolco neighborhood. 

The police of the Ministry of Public Security were alerted at 5:20 in the morning that the human parts were on Insurgentes Avenue.

When the police arrived they found several body parts and a blanket with an alleged narcomensaje hanging on one of the bridges in the area. 

The Attorney General's Office of Justice informed that the Public Prosecutor's Office initiated an investigation file for the crime of intentional homicide. 
                     


The judicial authorities confirmed that the human remains could correspond to two people.
"According to the investigation initiated by the crime of intentional homicide, at 5:20 am preventive police found the bodies dismembered and scattered on the asphalt, as well as a message on a blanket hanging on the vehicular bridge."

"As part of the proceedings, the fingerprints of the victims will be taken with the purpose of knowing if they have records that allow for their identification," the Mexico City attorney's office explained.
The staff of the General Coordination of Expert Services intervened at the location and agents of the Investigative Police analyzed the surveillance cameras.

Hours later, the agency reported that by making a comparison of the fingerprints, experts in dactyloscopy identified one of the two victims as Alfonso Delgado. 

The man, 42, has had a criminal record since 2009, after being apprehended and imprisoned for the crime of concealment by receiving (possession of stolen property). 

The war between criminal groups dedicated to drug dealing has worsened in Mexico City since last year, when Francisco Javier Hernández Gómez, "Pancho Cayagua," founder and leader of the Tepito Union, was murdered.

Intelligence reports from the city attorney's office detail that this organization controlled the sale of drugs, kidnappings, extortion, and the collection derecho de piso throughout the Barrio Bravo sector, and then extended to the delegations Cuauhtémoc, Venustiano Carranza, Azcapotzalco, Miguel Hidalgo, Benito Juárez and Gustavo A. Madero.

However, after the death of Pancho Cayagua , the so-called Unión del Betito and AntiUnión de Tepito emerged, led by Roberto Moyado Esparza and Jorge Flores Concha, "El Tortas", respectively. 

One of the lines of investigation of the judicial authorities on the dismembered men is that they would have participated in the execution of Juan Iván Arenas Reyes, "El Pulgas," considered the second in command of the Union of the Betito, perpetrated only last week. 

Statistics from the Attorney General's Office maintain that the first quarter of this year has been the most violent for 20 years, registering 382 cases of intentional homicide, compared to 309 documented in 1998.

21 comments:

  1. Manta reads as follows:
    The cleansing has started you filthy people. With the full support of Commander Dead and the police of Garibaldi. As well as the federal agents of Lopez. No CJNG or dick else. We are coming for you and your filthy people that you’ve recruited with you Anti-Union. Tortas let the chaos begin bitch.

    - Sol Prendido

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    1. Thanks for the translate Sol Prendido.It's so blatant they mention they are in cohoots with the Garibaldi police and the feds.Isn't this supposed to be hush,hush?I'm sure they don't appreciate their supports being mentioned so my question is do the criminals control the police because they pay or do the authorities control the criminals with some guidelines laid out?

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    2. 12:54 obviously the criminals can't put any police officers or politicians in prison, or arrest and extort them, but politicians and corrupt police officers are always at war for somebody else's turf, piso, plaza, hoes and compas, todo.
      --Others may not agree at all but they can't take prisoners or blow their powerful parnas covers...

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    3. The criminals create gaps in security and gain inside knowledge by controlling certain members of the police and other govt entities. They control with money and fear.

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    4. 11:37 Arturo Bermudez Zurita, SSP estado de Veracruz under governor Javier "la marrana" Duarte de Ochoa has about 20 years of experience and knowledge about who is boss and who runs shit and gets away with murder, extortion, kidnapping, blackmail, prostitution, official corruption and impunity, he has been there since FOX and Zedillo and knows fidel Herrera beltrán shit, he also know who "Los fieles" murders are, The whole bunch of mother funkers will talk before they get waterboarded by just taking a look at the electric cattle probes, or CHILEAN DINA OFFICER Ingrid Olderock still may be alive, she would know how to entertain the motherfuckers with her dogs...

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    5. Aay güey, this may have sompin' to do with "El rey de la torta" José Antonio miados, PRI candidate for presidente going nowhere fast.

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  2. Is this really unprecedented for Mx City ? I don’t think so.

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    1. Dismemberment and leaving the dismembered the remains in public is fairly rare in Mexico City. I don't think it's "unprecedented", but usually stuff like this happens in Guerrero, Tamps, and hotspots like that, not Avenida Insurgentes, which is a major thoroughfare.

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    2. Fair Question but.. Mexico City, like any large city, has violent murders but yes as far as narcomantas and dismembered bodies being left on one of the city's main avenues in what is considered the center ''borough'' of the city this is definitely unprecedented.

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    3. @El Profe yes but it is reported very matter-of-fact, not like a big deal or anything. Bet it made the front page of Alarma! though

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    4. Les anda llegando la lumbre a los aparejos.
      Antes no, pero ora si,
      Kidnapping and killing the bar customers and the son of imprisoned leader of Barrio Bravo of tepito were not the first incidents either, next time it will be in the "presidential palace" by El Zocalo or EPN's White House...
      Se les soltó el diablo por andar ahi de calientes.

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    5. In Mexico city they dismember to their heart's content too, but they make the Carnes into pozoles or carnitas and tacos al pastor, any chilango will testify about there being no difference, all it takes is a good cook... they expertly cook possum and raccoon and escuintles, ant eggs, maguey worms, anything, but the police will throw away perfectly good meats.

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  3. the manta reads: come tourists flock here nothing happens here except for goals from chicharito. ---Obvious guy

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    1. 12:24 ay no mames, GÜEY!
      No Chicharos, mejor comete un Esnicker

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    2. @12:24 Jaja, lo que se saca una por andar ahi de Caliente.

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  4. Cjng is deep in Mex city since last year that cartel knows how to cheap up on people's turf and take a piece of the pie

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  5. Yes it is unprecedented. Mexico city is one of the safest city's (per capita) in the world. I have a feeling you have not been there.

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    1. Mexico City is the capital of body dismemberment. The morge is overstocked.

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    2. Yes Mexico City is not safe at all,robberies and kidnappings , also tapes.

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    3. 7:46 dismembered bodies end up in the carnitas pot,
      The morgue should have a free for all and make some coin, chilangos are the best taqueros in the world, enjoy!

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  6. 8:25 too many chilangos in Mexico City,
    that the whole problem.

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