Friday, August 31, 2018

150 persons storm police station take 2 men they thought "kidnapped minors" and set them afire amid applause

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UPDATE Follows first article



Two persons walked through the streets of the community, when they reported seeing two children crying inside a Ford Explorer.  They called out for help from citizens and called authorities, saying the children were being abducted, when the police arrived the SUV was already surrounded by residents. 


There were no children in the vehicle, crying or not.

The men were taken to jail for their safety.  Safe from lynchings, which is what citizens wanted to do to the men, for a crime that never happened, based on false reporting. Eventually were beaten, hanged and burned alive. Even when the men ceased screaming, additional gasoline was poured on the smoldering bodies as though the perps did not want the moment to end.  This was  In full view of everyone, including children.

The false reporting of abducted children has caught on like wildfire.  Innocents are being accused and executed without trials.   

Article:

About 150 people arrived at a police station in Acatlán de Osorio, Puebla, Mexico, broke the doors and took two men who were detained there, accused of trying to kidnap two minors. One was 53 years old and the other 22. They took them out to the street, tied them up and set them on fire, amid the applause and cheers of the people who took photos and uploaded live videos to Facebook.

It all started on Wednesday, in San Vicente Boquerón (municipality of Acatlán) when the men were discovered by a group of people supposedly trying to kidnap two boys.


According to the local media, the police saved the men from being lynched at that time and transferred them to the Acatlán municipality command. But the ordeal had just begun. Alerting people through church bells, that the two men were in the police station, a mob of about 150 people entered the prison by force to get the men and take justice by their own hand. The crowd sprayed them with a flammable substance and burned them alive among the cries of "united people will never be defeated."

The victims were identified as Alberto Flores Morales, 53, and Ricardo Flores Rodríguez, 22, a uncle and nephew. According to the facts, five municipal agents were arrested, reported to have handed over the persons. The State Police reported that the local authorities did not follow the procedure established to request reinforcements and negotiators, did not give notice of what was happening in order to avoid lynching, and that the situation was totally out of control, in a new case of vigilante justice.

The relatives of the victims said that it was all a matter of a mistake, that both men had traveled to Acatlán to do errands. The same version was confirmed by the state prosecutor's office, which investigated the case, stating that the two lynched people were peasants and it is ruled out that they had committed any crime.

Note:  It is not uncommon in some parts of mexico to use a false narrative to appease a personal vendetta against someone by falsely accusing someone of rape, or kidnapping.  


UPDATE:  2 arrested that appeared in the killing video, 1 dies in custody.  Expect 29 more arrests. Yesterday another burning alive of 2, a man and woman in Hidalgo falsely accused of same.

Two men were arrested for their alleged participation in the lynching of two peasants on August 29, in the Municipality of Acatlán de Osorio, Puebla.

Petronilo N. and Manuel N. were arrested by elements of the State Investigation Agency (AEI) during several search warrants.

Manuel N., according to the Prosecutor Víctor Carrancá, died in the General Hospital of Izúcar de Matamoros as a result of the liver cirrhosis that supposedly he suffered from.
Ricardo was a law student, just arriving at the family farm the day prior to work

Mother and grandmother of Flores, mother saw the burning live on Facebook

"We have detainees, however, one was very serious in health, he then was transferred to a health center where he had been treated yesterday, he was in a critical state from liver cirrhosis." explained the Prosecutor.

"He died in the health center itself, we are doing an autopsy.."

Authorities added that the person who died was nicknamed "El Paisa", and appears wearing a hat on the videos that were recorded and published on social networks.

Carrancá said that his office is looking to issue arrest warrants against at least 29 more people who  participated in the lynching.
 
 "Manuel N"below and Petronillo N above are the 2 arrested so far besides police
The two are suspected of being the instigators of the killings


"We have identified at least 29 people with an active and direct participation, and we will try to obtain the 29 arrest warrants, but some lack identification data," he explained.

65 comments:

  1. That’s what people in Mexico 🇲🇽 should do against cartels that are running they’re home towns,those crackhead cartel members wouldn’t have a chance against the United people from 🇲🇽

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    1. Unarmed citizens have no chance going up against cartel members cracked out or not. Most lynchings happen to petty thieves by the people in the community because they will be released within a few days only steal again. It's the only form of justice.

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    2. Very true. There's more good people in Mexico than bad people. Wish they would wipe out all the scum cartels one by one.

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    3. Better yet should do that to the politicians and epn

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    4. not really. If they had weapons sure but otherwise taking on cartel gunmen who are armed to the teeth with high tech shit is asking to get shot up.

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    5. Afterward people find out they've killed innocent people accused of being cartel members, such as in this case.

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  2. That's what we should do here to the child molesters

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    1. Yes, but people should at the very least find out if the person actually did the fucking crime before offing them. I have zero problem with people getting justice in a world that sadly as we've all seen has no justice for those who don't have millions of dollar but we need to clean house from the top down, but don't look for that to happen because people are brain dead when it comes to admitting to themselves what's really going on in this fucked up world.

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  3. This was not uncommon with indigenous people in rural highlands of Guatemala and Chiapas. Puebla is not even close. I wonder how this got all wound up. There has to be organizing behind this. Church bell alarm? The implications are horrific.

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    1. Puebla is known for its vigilante justice, it used to be claim rape or theft to get the justice going. now because of the new hot topic they claim kidnapping kids. these victims were from another town and in these small towns they are very suspicious of strangers. Frankly the state and federal gob could care less what these indigenous people do.

      I recall a incident where a man was accused of rape. once again the town stormed the jail got the young man and hanged him. Turns out the guy had broken up with his girlfriend and the father was behind the false claim as he was pissed that the victim embarrassed his daughter.

      no one holds these accusers accountable. they simply don't care.

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    2. And Mexico wanders why we want a wall !!

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  4. Este si es pueblo de peña nieto

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  5. This í á pure exemple of the “Long term affect” all the violence and lawlessness has on the general population. Peasants burning other peasants alive so sad.

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    1. 7:23 local customs of egging the populace designated victims goes along with political manipulation of violent mobs, nothing to do with "long term affect of violence and lawlessness on the general population", the church was even involved, something like a show to tell the enemies of Puebla former governor Rafael Moreno Valle who is the boss as his wife fights for her stolen governorship.
      Rafael Moreno Valle left a debt of more than 70 000 billion peisos, and he wants to have a blood bath of "foreigners" investigating his dirty deeds, violence like that is caused by using the xenophobia of the most ignorant base of their political tools, you can even see it on the US these days with some criminals threatening violence "if things don't go their way".

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    2. 12:37 . I have to agree with 7:23 . Being accustomed to violence makes it come easier . It has very much to do with exposure . Like you said even the church was involved in it . Kill first and ask questions later . Seems to be accepted behavior if even the church is in it . The church is the locals . Lawlessness that's the norm or it wouldn't have happened that way . Where I am from and every place I am familiar with there is absolutely no way , no matter how large the mob . 130 years ago , maybe . The more time passed from the US civil war the less violent the population became .

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  6. S#!t like that you can only see in the 3rd world countries from Africa. Mexico is not far from them. Maybe this time the admin will post this message. Thank you!

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    1. Many people still get assassinated on the US, the eminent first world country, some by police officers, some by white supremacists and some by minority gangs that respect nothing, but get their weapons from lawful weapons dealing businessmen,
      how do you fix that?

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    2. These people were burned alive for the entertainment of people that were cheering and taking selfies of the crime... it does appear to be third world...
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    3. “S#!t like that you can only see in the 3rd world countries from Africa. Mexico is not far from them.“

      Since when Mexico is NOT a third world country? Mexico is a developing country at best, but it is certainly far from first world countries.

      @11:56

      Do you know why it appears to be third world? Because it is.

      And to 12:40 AM, the United States have 11.000 murders per 320.000.000 people, and they don’t have an impunity rate of 95% like in Mexico. The United States are violent for the standards of first world countries, but at least they have justice, less corruption and the citizens can defend themselves without being disarmed (like the autodefensas here) and they can ask and obtain protection from the governnent if and when they need it.

      We will never improve until we start working on our problems instead of blaming the United States, as if their problems were remotely comparable to ours.

      El Chingón de Cuernavaca

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    4. Don't get me wrong, murders are everywhere, but not like that, not that barbaric, that horrific, in front of crowds that watch and do nothing...Mather fact, they even cheer...I really think that Mexico is a failed state.

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    5. 1:31 Mexico is not a third world country, Mexico is a developing nation.

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  7. Law abiding citizens should be able to carry weapons and they should most definitely carry body cams on them, si that they will have proofs against false accusations.

    But i’m not sure that even that would work in this lawless, merciless, crime ridden cesspool.

    Atte. El Chingón de Cuernavaca

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    1. 7:41 imagine, "every mexican peasant carrying weapon and cameras"
      No pinches mames güey.

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    2. 12:42, say that again when they will have chopped up your wife or your daughter because of false accusations. Then maybe, just maybe, you will realize that remaining unarmed here is like being chickens among a pack of wolves.

      I decided a long time ago that i would have protected my loved ones by ANY means necessary, and the best way to do that for me was moving them out of the country. I’m here, armed to the teeth and nobody can blackmail me or threaten to kill my family, because they are out of reach. I have survived until now and i never fell into corruption.

      Whoever feels like living like a scared rat can be my guest but i took another decision. Maybe i won’t reach old age but i won’t die like a dog either, that’s the freedom you have when you don’t have anything to lose.

      El Chingón de Cuernavaca


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  8. So now its not just the cartels acting like animals. No wonder your country is going down the shitter.

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    1. So is your country USA going down hill, seems he keeps firing members of his cabinet, because they don't agree with him, no country is perfect.

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    2. 7:50 this is populace behaving as designed by local powers of Politica Ranchera, and it is a warning to those communistas of MORENA trying to rob the new gobernadora of her election after she has been proven to have stolen it, they will have a hard time coming into this town, but the practice is real old on the state that gave Mexico Maximinio Avila Camacho, a murdering cacique and governor that gave Mexico Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, the butcher of Tlatelolco in Mexico68, also a CIA asset called Litempo 2 recruited by CIA station chief Win Scott, "Our Man In Mexico"

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    3. No country is perfect, addicts in US are dying for overdosing on drugs.

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    4. There is no camparison between Mexico and the US. Mexico is lawless. Totally corrupt and run by the cartels.

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  9. The side effects of these cartels wars: Rampant paranoia. Mass hysteria. True Mexican black madness. It’s as if we’ve become the modern day Roman spectators from eons ago. We all want blood. And our bloodlust must be quenched. Unfortunately there’s really no way of knowing friend from foe at this point. And of course everyone is filming these events. So that the world can see that Mexicans are not gonna put up with these attempted kidnappings. Take that nickeloden shit somewhere else. Or end up like chicharrones (pork rinds). - Sol Prendido

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    1. What Kidnappings, Chole?
      What kidnappings?
      What cartels inspired these imaginary kidnappings, again?
      And then you justify the LYNCHING of two innocent peasants and blame the cartels...
      I see you can't be left alone for two weeks without reverting to your old tricks.

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    2. @Sol Prendido

      We are both soldiers and i agree with you most of the time but, brother, this time i have to respectfully disagree with you.

      What the world is seeing right now is the lynching of innocent people, like in other third world countries, and let me tell you something, when i see an innocent getting fucked up i can feel my blood boiling. I mean, imagine some of your loved ones getting killed and burned alive like that. What would you do? I know damn well what i would do and it wouldn’t be pleasant for those who carried out this coward murder.

      There is no justifying this, and the bloodlust should be directed towards those who are ravaging the country, not against the innocent and the weak.

      If all the civilians started directing their effort and their righteous anger towards a good and common goal the country could witness a resurrection. Sadly, most people aren’t willing to do shit and until the shit hits the fan affecting them personally the most common reaction is always the good old “aquí no pasa nada”.

      El Martillo

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  10. they dont do it because many poor people run with cartels for money

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  11. Facebook is responsible for these lynchings. I see reposts for stories of dead kids with their organs removed for trafficking. These stories are from other countries but people believe that it is happening in Mexico so it makes them upset.

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    1. Since when Guatemala is in Mexico?

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    2. 8:27 organs harvested in clean hospital environments have problems sticking to the recipients, and you want to make us believe that harvesting in jungles or deserts is a real thing?

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  12. This has been happening in central American and Africa countries for years.

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  13. Keep up the great work! Take back your country!

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  14. Similar incident happened in Hidalgo with two people set on fire by vigilantes and believed to be innocent...
    Um no not traveling to Mexico any time soon, think I’ll skip the Mayan ruins and take the Detroit ruins tour instead...which is a guided tour of the motor city ruins that takes about four hours...or bring your own hypodermic and plan to spend the night...
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  15. Same shit has been happening in mexico for a long time, nothing will happen to those criminals as AMLO sold they idea that the

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  16. Hypocritas, cuando el cartel los trae a putasos le corren ala v@@@@.

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  17. Mexico is such a pathetic country, I feel ashamed it’s on the same continent as Canada.

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    1. Your ashamed go back to your orgin, Africa is also suffering, you got the Mamboo religion, slaughtering and raping. I feel sorry for your country too. Which we know you do not want to return too.

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    2. Well go back to Europe, Mexicans were here first

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    3. Learn history... " Mexicans " weren't here first.

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  18. Stupid people deserve the same death.

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  19. So they commited no crime and got killed due to misinformation? Geez!

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  20. Misplaced catharsis spurned on by the lack of security and rampant impunity. A cauldron of simmering discontent and anger reaches a boil and pours out to burn those targeted by the mob in an effort to gain a semblance of justice. Most go home satisfied with the result that the "bad guys" got what they deserved. Meanwhile, those who are truly worthy of this fate pass untouched.

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  21. Is it me or is it , that most Puebla
    People are problemathic , I use to work at Marriat and most of people there are from Puebla, they defenelly turn this two Dudes into Fried Chickens , I'm 45 and I just wanna do my time here and then get the hell out of this world as soon as I can .
    And I watch how they Operate and accuse each other and even accused me of things that never happened

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    1. Dude if you no longer feel safe wherever you are you should just leave bro. Your safety should always first. - Sol Prendido

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  22. Chivis this is the story, I had told you about, 3 days ago

    Luna Apaghta

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    1. you did not send a link and there was no kidnapping or missing children in the story...you said you knew of a case where there was. i have asked anyone with a link to a story where there was children kidnapped, confirmed,,to send in.

      no one has

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  23. My number one biggest fear in life: Being falsely accused. Scares the crap out of me.

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  24. UPDATE:

    2 men arrested for the lynchings...and one died being processed> hmmmm yeah. he had cirrhosis of the liver.

    ALSO another burning of a woman and man in Hidalgo...accused of the same thing

    social media is finally filled with people saying not to believe social media and whatsapp claims of these abductions.

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  25. Get at least some little proof or evidence before you lynch for fucks sake gosh

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  26. Siento el dolor de las familias porque igual asi me mataron a un hermano pero la vengza me supo a gloria 40 pistolero listo para el ataca cobre su sangre x sangre rest in pieace armando Samaniego Aka el gatillero miss you brother
    Pistolero internacional

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  27. I don't see Mexico making any money until those kids come back so what did they caught those people or not is irrelevant to the economical suicide that the cinas are creating on each other. We don't like your weed we don't like your dope and now we don't even need your port on the Pacific side with a boss beecha el glofo de mexico pueda ser más como Portos de califa. Con un bakery cubano included. Yummy.

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  28. Fucken animals,,,,no trial. Its like the old west...

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  29. oh this is good just light innocent people up because some delluded idiot thinks they saw them abducting kids.

    Get it together Mexico! law and order is almost non existent there.

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  30. If its false accusations, they must be the most ignortant ppl state in mex... Si esto son cuentas falsas tienen k ser el estado lleno de la gente mas pendeja!!

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  31. Rest in Peace you two innocent soul's who lost your lives due to man's fears and stupidity. Hopefully if there is a god "what ever form it take's," I hope god recognizes the mistake it made by giving man the ability to think for him self and returns returns us to the trees where we belong, along with all the other savage animals.

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  32. Damn animals. Guess its not just cartel people who are animals but the general public too. How did unarmed people over take trigger happy cops in a police station? Pathetic and disgusting. Should burn the whole crowd involved and on lookers.

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