Thursday, August 30, 2018

Detained in Coahuila: “El Pajarraco “ in the Missing 43 Case

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia

                        Juan Miguel N., "El Pajarraco", had been living in Coahuila for two years

Mexico City:  A "key piece" in the investigation carried out in the case of  forced disappearance in Iguala and the 43 Normalistas of Ayotzinapa , fell yesterday in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, where he had been hiding for 2 years. Federal authorities reported that Juan Miguel "N" , identified as "El Pajarraco" , 30 years old , was arrested near the Cereso Prison. 

Through a statement, the Ministry of the Interior reported that the Federal Police located and arrested this man , who has two arrest warrants outstanding for organized crime and kidnapping of the 43 Normalistas; all student teachers at the Normal Raúl Isidro Burgos.

"According to the investigation, Juan Miguel" N " would have participated in the transfer of students in a redilla van to the dump of Cocula, " said the federal agency.



The authorities located "El Pajarraco", by a frequent telephone number related to the presumed member of the criminal cell with presence in the municipality of Cocula, Guerrero, as well as to locate an address in Piedras Negras, Coahuil , where he lived from 2016

Just last Sunday, parents of the 43 Normalistas held a march in Mexico City where they demanded that their children appear alive, as they maintain that hope. 

The official version of the authorities has been that the 43 Normalistas were kidnapped and incinerated in a dump in the municipality of Cocula.  

In Piedras Negras, local authorities indicated that they had no information about the arrest. In Saltillo, Gerardo Márquez, state attorney general, said he did not know details of this operation.

Unofficial sources indicated that the arrest would have occurred in the Ejido neighborhood, a humble area near the prison in that city.

Who is ''El Pajarraco''?

Juan Miguel "N" is signaled by the authorities for having transferred the 43 to the dump of Cocula, Guerrero, where - according to the official version- they were incinerated. This arrest continues to agree with this "official version" of events.

-130 people at least have been prosecuted for the kidnapping and disappearance of the normalistas, according to the UN.

-34 arrested for allegedly being involved in this case, were tortured to confess, the UN reported.

-4 allegedly involved in this situation, were released in June of this year due to failures of due process.

Juan Miguel , "El Pajarraco", was read all his rights when detained in accordance with the Mexican " Cartilla de Derechos Humanos a las Personas" and was transferred to a prison in the state of Durango.

20 comments:

  1. Right in the center of CDN zetalandia. How elegant.

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  2. Excellent torture the truth, do not set him free.

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  3. Hello BB readers can someone in a few words summarize why these guys got killed?

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    1. I’ve seen people completely lose their minds when they get promoted. Those bright glorious promotions going straight to their egos. To those cold dark persons that were always waiting to come out. At just the right time. In its own awful season. And for many god awful days on end. Days where it made sense in their minds to abnormally walk around like hot shit peacocks throwing it in everyone’s faces. Days where I wondered why they ever came to be. I’ve also seen old friends come across wealth. Only to have their majestic humble ways of yesteryear quickly melt away. As if they never ever knew who they once were. Or where they originally came from. Surrounded by dark nefarious auras. Auras I wished would’ve never overtakened the people I use to know. So if I had to guess what happened here. I’d say someone came across power. And got crazy drunk on that power. I’d also say a proud person went to extremes because their power tripping got the best of them. - Sol Prendido

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    2. The best I have been able t detect is most is all speculation . Maybe for being defiant to the local thugs who were in power . The mayor and her husband . There are many speculation . Maybe joy riding n busses that held drug shipments . Then maybe there are some definitive answer that I have missed through the years .

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    3. The 43 must have seen something they did not like (e.g. corrupt federales) and believing in the strength of their numbers (they probably thought that being so many of them they cant all be liquidated) they did not stay quite and things then escalated.

      Albeit all speculation, it could have been something like that what happened.

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    4. 5:11 the husband was the mayor not the wife and the bitch was set free. They should have kill them both

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    5. the mayor and wife were complicit in many things, but the kidnapping of the 43 was not one of them

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    6. use the search bar and type in iguala my friend Pepe and I began researching the story immediately so there is alot...

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    7. 9:11 The disappeared 43 students were hijacking passenger buses to go to Mexico city and participate in the protest March in Mexico City to remember the fallen students and civilians butchered AND DISAPPEARED in Tlatelolco in 68 before the MEXICO 68 OLYMPIAD at the hands of the Mexican army and federal police, EPN was too pretty to suffer the ignominy and his minister EMILIO CHUAYFETT CHEMOR "La Emilia" sent the army to do the preventive strike, he had plans to close their normal rural too, the students were even asking for donations of loose change in tin cans, but conspiracy theorists love muddling shit.
      --Hijacking buses to go and demonstrate in protest marches is done in Mexico every week since Tlatelolco and many of today's politicians participated in the hijackings when they were students themselves.
      --interior Emilio CHUAYFETT Chemor had resigned for the Ernesto zedillo cabinet for some butchering of farmers and peasants years before along with guerrero governor Ruben Figueroa Alcocer in El Charco and Aguas Blancas, governor angel aguirre rivero took over as governor back then, and was governor again for the disappearance of the 43, now as PRD PARTY, but these zedillistas were all there for EPN's 43 crime of state in Ayotzinapa/iguala.

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  4. Pelochas has been arrested

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  5. Visit Amparo Museum in Puebla City to understand more about the "43". So sad, the 43, college students, commandeered a bus in Aguila, and were shot and disappeared by supposedly on the mayor's orders. A lot of speculation regarding the police, a bus ran by a rival cartel, etc. Anyway, the town is off-limits from there through the Tierra Caliente. Narco or Autodefensas, who knows, too many roadblocks. The kids, are gone. The most tragic event in Mexico's cartel wars in the last decade, only in my opinion. This suspect was part of the disappearing of them. God rest their souls

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    1. It's not the most tragic event in Mexico this past decade. Never be that arrogant to think you know something like that in a place where hundreds of thousands of disappearances have taken place. What about the poor migrants that were kidnapped by the bus load, and forced into death matches and sex torture? Who can really know that? There's countless ghosts with unsaid stories, littered across Mexico.

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  6. Another lousy nickname.

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  7. Does this guy really matter when it comes to the 43? Is it going to do anything. Don’t think they are going to find them . It was the government

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  8. This is bullshit. The fucking Government are responsible for the murders. You're not fooling anyone with your propaganda.

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  9. Convenient scapegoat. Took more than this chump to secure, kill, and dispose without a trace 43 people. He's just as likely to be hiding from the shot callers as he is from the law, though the two are probably one in the same.

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    1. The incineration of 43 bodies in Chocula dump has been proven FALSE, why are we still promoting this BS theory?
      This arrest under false pretenses is still as fake as the honesty of the Mexican government, and some estupido still wants to exact a "confession" from this pinche pajarraco...no mameeen!

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  10. This guy will be set free because of due process as well.

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