Friday, August 24, 2018

Reynosa Tamaulipas: While travelling in their car, footballer, mother gunned down, father, sister hospitalized

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma


A young third-division footballer and his mother died after being shot by a group of armed men who tried to steal their truck when they returned to Reynosa.

The player was identified by the Mexican Soccer Federation as Cristian Humberto Suárez Hernández and his mother as Fabiola Hernández Romero.

In the vehicle the family traveled, who went to the Municipality of Valle Hermoso for a match of the  San Cosme de Tercera team, where Suárez Hernández played.

At the village Palo Blanco,  between two petrol stations, they came under  a gunshot attack, after they did not immediately heed the command to stop.

Although no authority announced the attack, family social networks confirmed the crime and the Mexican Football Federation sent condolences for the double death.

The events occurred around 8:30 p.m. The father and sister of the soccer player, were also shot and are convalescing in a hospital.

20 comments:

  1. That sucks! It's better to live on a down low in Mexico.

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  2. Such a travesty. Travesties such as these are hard to swallow. Knowing it can be ones family to fall victim to such stupidity.
    Hopefully these individuals are caught and dealt with swiftly.

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  3. Cartel members don't buy trucks, they steal them from pheasant's. You see you can be minding, your business and you still get killed, by these lowlifes, ask if the new security Chief Duranzo cares???? Nope he cares more, about legalize marijuana.

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    1. Please don't refer to citizens as peasants. Because if so then what in the world does that make you?!

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    2. I didn’t know “pheasants” drove hahaha

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  4. What a tragedy. These Demons deserve a badass payback.

    Atte: El Cabrón de Tamaulipas

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  5. Poor people were obviously terrified to stop. Who knows what would have happened if they did. You would like to think the scumbags would have taken their vehicle and let them away unharmed. But maybe not? These animals could do anything depending on their mood. RIP to the victims.

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  6. Thats fucked up. Two innocent lives lost over a truck. These cartel thugs need a new moto of operation like they did 20 years ago

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  7. This is worse that the AA vs Aztecas story because these are truly innocent people

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    1. Them girls didnt have to die cus their boyfriends are stupid. Just like this people were innocent

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  8. What kind of penalty is it going to take to put the fear into gangsters who wantonly kill women and children in a robbery? My fear is that la gente are not going to be satisfied with drug legalization (which may do nothing to stem these horrific attacks). The path of frustration may lead to draconian anti-crime measures similar to what the Philippines are experiencing. If you believe otherwise, please bring up in your memory what happened in Jalisco after an army helicopter was shot down with rockets. The transition to secret hit squads may be closer than you think. Pobrecito Mexico. Somos chingados :(

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    1. “ What kind of penalty is it going to take to put the fear into gangsters who wantonly kill women and children in a robbery? “

      I have some idea (it’s more than an idea, it’s something i have tested on the field) but i don’t think that Chivis would publish the post if i were to explain my method. XD

      El Martillo

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    2. And you don’t think that already happens?

      The few members of the military that haven’t been corrupted by cartels regularly MURDER criminals in cold blood! Whose going to question them? They don’t give news conferences, they don’t allow press coverage, they don’t worry about internal investigations.

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    3. @7:31

      Exactly. I have just read your post and i realized that i just said the same thing to another user in another topic, what a coincidence. XD

      El Martillo

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  9. Cartels need strong bosses who put the fear of God into their sicarios. These leaders are weak drugged out lames

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  10. That must have been a new nice Silverado truck. Thats why I drive a beat up 96 Toyota t100. I feel sad for the innocent people. Why not stop and give up truck. You can buy another truck again but life where do you buy it?

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  11. A good friend of mine is a investigator for the Houston PD he mention a lot of trucks stolen from dealerships or civilians are sent to Mexico. Mostly young guys looking for easy money or drugs. He also mention Mexican mafia members from San Antonio and Laredo area are supplying stolen trucks for Z in Laredo.

    Like a reader mention most cartel members don’t legit buy their trucks.

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  12. mexico must bring back capitol punishment and actively pursue it without fail,or initiate goon squads for termination of bloodthirsty murdering drug traffickers!

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    1. Local AutoDefenses would take care of shit without murdering from police and military at "Their Checkpoints" they only use to rob and steal or kill innocents, Fidel Castro in Cuba and Mao Tse Tung in China did it successfully and used No Treasury.

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  13. Fack "El Loco" duterte, from the Philipines, he is himself a self confessed tweaker and addict, probably sells some too, and he is just "cleaning up" to make the place exclusive use of rich tourist and casino owners, it happened all over the US with casino and resorts expansions, with US government busting down the US criminal mafias to make room for the Red Mafiya of Simon Mogilevich and co, they still wonder how the hell that happened

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