Thursday, July 5, 2018

G.U. Leader in Iguala case is acquitted on additional charges because of "torture"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  Material from El Diario and El Universal

Most if not all of  GU arrested in the Iguala case have been acquitted of charges pertaining to the case.  Casarrubias has been acquitted in those charges and now has only has charges of organized crime pending.


A federal judge acquitted Sidronio "N" [Sidronio Casarrubias], identified as the alleged leader of "Guerreros Unidos," of the crime of possession,  of  weapons that are for the exclusive use of the Army because his statements were obtained through torture.

Despite the acquittal, he will not be released because another criminal proceeding for organized crime is still pending. The Second District Judge of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the State of Mexico took into account that the arrest of Sidronio "N" was illegal and that the first interrogations, in which he described the events that culminated with the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa normalistas, do not have probative value because it is possible that the Attorney General's Office obtained them with torture.

"Sidronio 'N' or Santiago 'N' is acquitted of the crime of carrying firearms for the exclusive use of the Army, Navy or Air Force," the judge ruled.


This is not the first time that in the Iguala Case that it was determined that torture existed to obtain the confessions of the accused. On June 4, the First Collegiate Court of the Nineteenth Circuit found torture was used in four other cases.

For this reason, it required the First Judge of Federal Criminal Proceedings in Tamaulipas to dismiss all the proceedings in the criminal case insubstantial from the issuance of the declaration of the complainants until the PGR makes an independent expert opinion based on the "Istanbul Protocol".

The magistrates also ordered investigations against the authorities of the three orders of government that may have participated in the extrajudicial detentions, torture and alteration of evidences in the Iguala Case.

The ruling of the Collegiate, for the first time, ordered the creation of a Truth Commission to investigate what happened to the normalistas on September 26 and 27, 2014 in Iguala, Guerrero, as the judges considered that in Mexico there is no independent prosecutor's office to guarantee that the investigation will be carried out with the sole purpose of clarifying the facts.
                                                                                                                             


23 comments:

  1. Funny how these individuals cry FOWL when it pertains to their advantage. Yet these individuals commit the same unlawful detention and applications to their rivals but with deadly consequences!
    Working the legal system? Or the same corrupt tactics that bas given these individuals freedom?

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    1. 5:42 I guess the weapons pessession charge was committed before the presunto culpable was caught, somebody smart could track posession, but the charges of disappearing the 43 normalistas is a whole 'nother thing, I hope this new "commission" ordered formed finds something instead of the same buses "loaded with drugs and billions of imaginary dollars" the 43 allegedly stole from the narcos, puras pinches papas.

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    1. Yup. That's what it says at the top of the page. Only now its translated. Thanks chivis! 😁

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    2. Its stated on the heading captain ovious. SMDH

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    3. Its stated on the heading captain ovious. SMDH

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  3. As much as we may want to torture criminals to obtain Justice, it is not Right... we must protect the rights of the accused, for one day you may be accused... I applaud Mexico for this decision, in a time when I don't applaud much coming out of mexico...

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    1. Being acquitted of Additional Charges like being muy feo does not mean "MISTER CASARRUBIAS" is released or declared guilty or innocent of other trumped up charges...
      should have stuck to hunting his own, and left the rubias alone.

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  4. Los cuinis are the succesors of the milenio cartel and mencho wld never been what he is today without them.

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    1. At 8:24.....is there a reason you have to get the pom poms out for a cartel that is not even mentioned in this article??? No one cares if some little burrito bum would or would not have become a murderer without the help of other idiots. The guys you are cheering for don’t give a rats a$$ about you....wouldn’t think twice about killing you....yet here you are propping them up. Good for you!!

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    2. What cheerleading 10:17?-It was only stated the fact that Mencho had help,in other words couldn't do it on his own to get the power he has without help from Cuinis.I don't like him but that part is probably true.

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    3. 10:17 Chivis, me asustas,
      pero me gustas asina,
      brava como una liona

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    4. 1017 he never mentioned pom poms.

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  5. Mexico is a complete mess. Hopefully the newly elected President can clean the place up. Huge task ahead if he tries, or even bothers.

    Problem is the corruption is so strong he probably can’t. Another revolution in Mexico is the only way to get that nation back together.



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    1. Sorry to break your bubble, unfortunately he will not clean up the mess. He wants to set Cartel criminals free, if elected. Yes so life of murdering, kiddnapping continues. Welome to Mexico, where anything goes.

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  6. shoot him in the head and toss him off a cliff

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  7. Wow will be aquited of charges. What about he military grade weapons he was caught with. Will he serve time for that, or a bribe takes care of that. If it was a pheasant caught with a weapon, they throw him in the slammer.

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  8. Gov just let the dust settled to start letting this fools free. Un balazo would do the trick

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  9. They throw of lot of pheasants in jail. The problem is that they cannot afford an attorney and just rot in Prison. Many are innocent and framed by authorities.

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    1. That's true while the corrupted government looks the other way, and cartels kill people for money, they live on the innocent people's money of kidnappings and extortions.

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  10. 10:22 the corrupted government presides over most of the murdering, not the cartels, proof is getting out in Mexico again since arturo bermudez zurita SSPE veracruz got arrested and is talking abut his and his beloved dear leader javier "La Marrana" duarte de ochoa's murdering ways helped by their "Los fieles" gang.
    All done on the Colombia book of "Falsos Positivos" including Santiago Uribe Velez the former religious leader of Los 12 Apostoles death squad the imprisoned brother of alvaro uribe velez also accused by his own Auto-defensas Unidas de Alvaro Uribe, bunch of paracos.

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  11. Fuken currupted government, even with Obrador things will be bad, he wants to clean government, good luck.

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  12. I dont think any president can clean the mess up over there. Its too corrupt, hell either be murdered by a cartel hitman or one ofhis colleagues will be bribed to set up a hit. He wont last if he doesnt play ball with the cartels

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