Thursday, August 30, 2018

Reporter murdered, the third reporter in Cancun killed in 2 months

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Aristigui Noticias

Known as "the Winnie the Pooh", the reporter was killed at approximately 7:00 pm on Playa Caleta Street, in Supermanzana 29.




Javier Enrique Rodríguez Valladares, a reporter for Channel 10 of Cancun, was murdered on Wednesday afternoon in a downtown neighborhood of the city.

Rodríguez Valladares, known as "El Winnie Pooh", was killed at approximately 7:00 pm on Playa Caleta Street , in Supermanzana 29 in Cancún.


So far it is unknown if the cause of the homicide was his work as a journalist.

In less than two months there are already three executions of reporters in the state.

José Guadalupe Chan Dzib , a reporter for the digital media Playa News .was murdered on June 30th in the municipality of Felipe Carrillo Puerto

On July 24, the director of the same media, Rubén Pat , was executed when leaving a bar in Playa del Carmen.

37 comments:

  1. Another murder by a spineless coward. Kill someone without a gun!Happy all you cartel boot lickers?

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    1. They feared for their lives so they killed him.

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    2. 2:37 you should be protecting journalists in person instead of attacking us cartel lovers anonymously, chicken ass...

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  2. Mexico is failed state. Cancun will be another Acapulco, and soon. What I don't get, and nothing against Mexicans, is why don't they fight back? They sure like to flee t other countries without a fight.

    My family fought the Nazis and Red Army in Poland during WW2. They didn't flee, they fought.They were attacked on all fronts, by merciless enemies. They made the Cartels look like saints.

    So again I ask, why don't the Mexicans fight back, instead of flee?

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    1. Can you say PACIFISTS? A good portion of the world is like that. And then there are those of us who wait in the shadows. We who are not as others. We who can easily put on those masks to confront evil. Just waiting to strike when the pacifists tire of all their good words. - Sol Prendido

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    2. Can someone please explain "plata o plomo" to @3:04?

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    3. Get educated before assuming anything. First of all you have the cartels you go against, cartels with M16, ak47, M2 grenade launcher and and the list goes on. So let's assume you do fight them, anything over a .22 is illegal in Mexico to have. So right of the bat .22 against the slew of weapons they have is a no no. Second if you do arm your self to defend your self with weapons alike and happen to kill 2 or 3 of hundreds, when the cops get there you get arrested for having a military style weapon! Then off you go to jail which is ran by guess who?....... The cartels! So either way the Mexican citizens are fucked!

      I don't want to make excuses or nothing like that but seriously unless your ass is in the mud, you won't ever know how dirty you can get. We have corrupted politicians and murderers that won't let Mexico thrive and grow.

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    4. It's not that easy Charlie Brown, if we created an Autodefensas, it would be great, once a cartel infiltrates our force, they gang up, and tell us, join us or your dead. We need people like you to donate guns, and ammo. The enemy get good weapons, from money made of extortions, kidnapping.

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    5. That comment isn’t entirely accurate. Many prominent Pols fled to Romania during WW2. Additionally, Poland was totally occupied by Germany in less than one month in September of 1939. While many resistance groups formed and fought the Germans during the war, they were heavily supported by the Allies. However most Pols allowed both Germany and the Soviet Union (thru their pact) to take control of their country- not unlike the cartels have done in Mexico. It’s not as simple as you suggest.

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    6. 3:04pm: estás bien pendejo

      Mexicans are fighting Narcos either though joining the military, vigilante / auto defensas or opposing carteles all over the country

      Mexicans are the biggest fighters in the world and always stand their ground. Unlike the Polish who surrender easily

      I’ve lived in Cancun and most of the violence happens way out of town. Crime and murder levels are not too dissimilar to your average city in the states


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    7. You said you don't flee or your family don't flee what are you doing in the United States go back to Poland or where you came from

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    8. ha ha ha. Great point, 7:12.

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    9. Mexicans are the biggest fighters in the world?? In boxing maybe but it’s military... no

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    10. Mexico is a normal state with pockets of very high crime, one of the top 15 economies in the world. Learn what a failed state is first.

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    11. You're family didn't fight, they simply survived. My guess is either by hiding or helping the nazis (Stockholm syndrome) but you make it seem like they were armed inglorious basterd style. They didn't fight bro they just didn't get killed. There's a HUGE differenec.

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    12. 2nd ammendment... enough said.

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    13. Plata o plomo is where you either take the bribe, and allow us to do our thing undisturbed. Or have us wipe out your entire family. So in theory it’s easy to talk like a good guy and walk like a good guy. But in Mexico te la pelas (you are screwed) with that do good mentality. - Sol Prendido

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    14. @ 3:59 PM

      How do you know that they didn’t fight? Do you know his family? If the answer is no, callate a la verga, please.

      El Martillo

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    15. @Sol

      What you said applies mostly to the Police, tho. The Army is a different kettle of fish, so let’s not generalize.

      And remember that even the autodefensas were doing very good and the cartels need the government to disarm them because they were getting their asses kicked.

      El Martillo

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  3. Pick a different job . They’re already reporting everything everyone in Mexico knows. Anyone outside of Mexico either doesn’t care or come to sites like this if they do.

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    1. From where do you think most of the information say gets come from

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    2. 7:15 special journalists get specially killed, not every journalist is getting killed in Mexico.
      Por andarse metiendo entre las patas de los caballos.

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  4. Tough guys even Winnie the pooh isn't safe.
    Cancun will soon be a ghost town. Then let's see who will buy the drugs with no tourist action. Smart guys keep up the good work and put yourself some more millions. Will let all the canucks know it's not safe. American spring break will not happen there.
    RIP Javier
    OJ

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  5. Its like in the old times donde el respeto prevalecia the inocent was untouchable now days puro unos cuantos pesos ya lo matan asi no es la cosa oiga but just my humble opinion
    Pistolero internacional

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  6. “Vestíos de toda la armadura de Dios, para que podáis estar firmes contra las asechanzas del diablo. Porque no tenemos lucha contra sangre y carne, sino contra principados, contra potestades, contra los gobernadores de las tinieblas de este mundo, contra las fuerzas espirituales de maldad en las regiones celestes. Por tanto, tomad toda la armadura de Dios, para que podáis resistir en el día malo, y habiendo acabado todo, estar firmes” - Efesios 6:11-12

    El Martillo

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  7. Exploring the freedom of the press, read the biography of Stalin: Paradoxes of Power 1878 - 1928, one gets to understand agitation, propaganda and control of the press. Leon Trotsky, later assassinated by Russian operatives in Mexico City, controls the press train, complete with printing press, etc. Control the people's minds and you control them. If not, bullet in the head, remove the dissent. The people that report, either through this portal, or others, do a justice if honest, of the shallow philosophy of the cartel actors. Coming to the rescue of the common man, in order to control the same. Fuck these manipulators of the truth.

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  8. Why kill a journalist? They want to make and a lowlifes, drug addicted criminal had to take a life, to show he is a killer to his buddies, wait until your in a 8 by 8 cell.

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    1. 7:45 low life drug addicted criminals have little to win and nothing to lose from killing a journalist of any size.
      --Rich businessmen posing as drug trafficking impresarios on the other hand...

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  9. Everyone gonna say it was CJNG and he was innocent

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    1. 8:11 only you said it, mister Chile Gomez...

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  10. Tourists continue flocking to Cancun, especially high school and college aged students. They are attracted by the plentiful and inexpensive drugs that are available. They don’t believe that the ongoing violence will affect them or realize how their consumption of drugs contributes to Mexico’s violence levels.

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  11. Trump should legalize drugs in the US.. that would decapitate the vast drug profits going to these drug cartels.. less money=less corruption. Very simple solution

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    1. are you high??? America should legalize drugs , which will cause many problems; so Mexico’s problems can get better... what about those Mexicans that just lost a job when the US legalized dope??? Huh? What now??? Dang you almost had it solved... oh well back to the drawing board... where’s my bong??? And I use the dots around here...
      GC

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    2. Picasso I am sorry to inform you, that if drugs we're legalized (never), the cartels would resort to other crimes.. extortions, kidnappings, fuel theft. Anything and everything goes in Mexico.

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    3. 7:21 mister poquito picoso, your designated fixer is too busy fighting to save his own ass because of myriads of self inflicted wounds and some caused by his own fixers...

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    4. Since the 80s, drug trafficking has supported the biggest US enterprising businessmen, THIS TIME AROUND, You would not be surprised they used to hang on all the world's biggest disco hangouts with their both male and female lovers and their pounds of foreign dusts to share with friend and foe customers, they also made billions and billions of dollars, some straight from the Russian government, but the fat Russian ladies ain't sung the last song just yet.

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    5. The way to crush illegal drug cartels is by grinding them between the millstones of legalization, competition, regulation and taxation.

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