Wednesday, September 12, 2018

12 Disappeared in Hidalgo

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: TelevisaNews

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12 people have disappeared in the municipality of  Ixmiquilpan, Hidalgo , and the Attorney General's Office of the State of Hidalgo (PGJEH) is already investigating the discovery of the three vehicles in which they were traveling.

The agency reported in a statement that the 12 people, 10 men and two women, left the municipality of Ixmiquilpan on the night of September 4 and their family members knew nothing about them when they allegedly went to the municipality of Huichapan.

The three vehicles in which they were traveling were found and the Specialized Unit in the Fight against Kidnapping is in charge of finding the whereabouts of all of them.


The Attorney General's Office reiterated that five investigation files were opened after the relatives of the 12 people reported their disappearance after they lost contact during the trip on board of said vehicles.

The testimonies suggest that the 12 people, 10 men and two women, left Ixmiquilpan for Huichapan on September 3, but lost contact and the following day their disappearance was reported to the state authorities.

Of the 12 people missing are 4 people from Ensenada, Baja California, 2 from the state of Mexico, the rest all from Ixmiquilpan, all friends and relatives. They were last heard from at about 1:40 am on Tuesday via WhatsApp.

Relatives of the disappeared told Excelsior that their acquaintances left Ixmiquilpan, bound for the municipality of Huichapan, their whereabouts being unknown during the early hours of Wednesday, when around 2:00 a.m. one of them reported that they were "in the roundabout of Huichapan. "

Of the rest of the disappeared, six are from the community of Capula , three from San Nicolás and three from Huichapan .

They were identified as Floriberto Silva Trinidad, Jorge Juan Miranda, Maricela Duarte Camacho, Jorge Alberto Hernandez, Salomón Cerro Ramírez, Saraí Cabañas Olvera, Uriel Hernández Alonso, Moisés García Romero, as well as Oscar, Juan Carlos, Daniel and José N.

The Investigative Police has the profiles of the people and works on the analysis of the information that has been gathered together with the Public Prosecutor to obtain evidence to help resolve the case, he said.

The prosecutor Raul Arroyo ordered that the Specialized Unit in the Fight against Kidnapping should take action to try to locate these missing persons and know what happened.

According to the PGJH, the Investigative Police has the profiles of "10 men and 2 women not located and works on the analysis of information that has been gathered together with the Public Prosecutor to obtain evidence to help resolve the case . "

Relatives of the disappeared told Excelsior that their acquaintances left Ixmiquilpan, bound for the municipality of Huichapan, their whereabouts being unknown during the early hours of Wednesday, when around 2:00 a.m. one of them reported that they were "in the roundabout of Huichapan. "

Later, when they went to file a complaint for the disappearance, they were told that the three vehicles in which they were traveling had been located  was reported, they did not show signs of violence .

The authorities indicated that the three vehicles in which they were transported were abandoned in different points of Huichapan and that one of them was with the doors open.

However, one of the units was located next to a hill, with the doors open ; the other two units were located in the vicinity of a high school, also located in Huichapan.

Since the Mexican government began a war against drug trafficking in 2006, more than 200,000 people have died and official records indicate that at least 37,000 people remain unidentified or missing.

12 comments:

  1. kidnapping should carry the death penalty with no statute of limitations . These dirtbags don't deserve to live .

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  2. Let me guess, cjng taking over a New plaza from cds. Y el mencho es inocente.

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  3. So am I reading this right? 3 vehicles with 12 people drove into a municipality at 2am? What were they doing? Seems kind of odd and would be very suspicious to any halcones.

    Does it only seem obvious to me that they got picked up by another group? Whether for mistaken identity or not, i think most people know what happened to these people.

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  4. 3 Cars at night full of people and then disappear without a Info. 10 days since them.
    I would ask local Police what they have done to these ppl.
    My best wishes to the families

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  5. Wouldn't criminals take the vehicles too? Abductions by police, they only take the occupants. Not sure but seems like their m.o.

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  6. They all vanished into thin air, I am surprised they did not take thier cars. Why kidnap innocent law abiding people??????

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  7. poor innocent men and women

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  8. Not sure fucken dogs hope they find out soon I’m still praying to find my dad the took him fro zac Valparaiso and they just left his car some off this dogs don’t call they kill are love one and Bury them

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  9. Un poco para atrás esta Zimapán. Antes de llegar allí está el rancho Remedios. Se rumora con la gente que Zetas controlan esa área. Si alguien estaría involucrados serían ellos. - Sol Prendido

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  10. Never mind them.
    Humans are of no value.
    We can make more of them.
    If. We. Need. To.

    Interpol - Agent 000

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    1. My step daughter is one of the people taken...show some respect. The government in Mexico is messed up.. with all the missing people cases they have and dont do shit.. know wonder why families want to come to the United states, to have a better life. The police is even corrupt. Praying that my step daughter and the family are found safe.

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