Sunday, September 23, 2018

Video: Kidnapping of a medical student caught on tape in Boca del Rio Veracruz

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Thank you LeChef and Tully-from Imagen


Seen in video footage, is a taxi bringing home medical student Lesly Bucio.  

Her attempts to unlock the entry gate fails.  30 seconds later, as she struggles with the lock a white vehicle pulls up alongside Lesly and 3 males exited 2 take her by force. 

She puts up a fierce fight as 2 of the men drag her to the vehicle. This occurred in Boca del Rio, Veracruz. The kidnapping was recorded on security camera





This occurred on September 15th.  Last week she was rescued in a house in Xalapa, Veracruz, where four were arrested. Her ex-boyfriend is one of those implicated in the kidnapping.

53 comments:

  1. Man, now that I have 2 kids, one boy one girl, this stuff terrifies me. I wonder if the parents owed a debt or did something. Regardless it must be horrific to see this as a father. I’d go commando style and. Kill every sum of a bitch who did this.

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    1. There is worse fate than death: being captured by a pissed off Mexican who lost one of his loved ones.

      El Martillo

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    2. "I wonder if the parents owed a debt or did something."

      It's that kind of explanation a sane, civilized mind would look for ... but the sad truth seems to be worse. There's too many random disappearances in Mexico of young women and girls for explanations other than a complete break down of all morals. It's a consequence of every village having its own drug fueled tyrant that can decide over life and death at a whim and can send his henchmen out to pick up a "toy" for the night.

      There might be some 'white knights' among them, who try to steer reasonably straight, but the amount of damage a psychopathic boss can do in the current climate is probably very high. It's horrible but the only explanation.

      As a matter of fact Mexico today resembles the darkest times in medieval Europe in many ways. Too much little tyrants around. I hope they will be crushed one day, brought to justice by the common man and confronted with their crimes. I genuinely think Auto Defensas are the only way forward for Mexico. Let the people purge their country of crime and corruption.

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  2. CHIVIS, PARECE EL MIZMO CARRO KE PAZO KUANDO ZE FUE EL TAXI ūüöĖ DIO VUELTA ALA CUADRA Y YEGO A LEVANTARLA VERDAD ūüė≠

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  3. OK I was out last night and waaaay behind on comments, 350 waiting this am I will do my best....thanks Chivis

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    1. Who cares enjoy life more chivis ūü§ė

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    2. trust me there are complaints...I do my best but have a life. I appreciate your comment.

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    3. People need to realize you do this for FREE. Thank you for everything that you do and no need to ever explain yourself Chivis.

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    4. Chivis, is just you managing the comments? Why don't you take someone to help you with that?

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    5. yes. It has been ok, but I will need help at some point,

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    6. @Chivis

      You are great, girl. Go ahead and don’t worry, you are doing a great work.

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    7. feeling the love ūüíė thank you!

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    8. Thank you Chivis for all of your sweat equity!! Many of us know that what you do behind the scenes is vitally important to many in Mexico. Muchas Gracias! You are a saint to many.

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    9. She’s behind because she’s a control freak. The only comments she posts are ones that kisses her fat butt. You ruined B.B. you ugly goat.

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    10. I visit BB almost every day. I hardly ever comment because those who know don't talk and those who talk don't know. You, my anonymous friend (12:36), have no idea what you're talking about....

      -Pepito

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  4. These criminals will kidnap a young girl just to rape her. They are sick.

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    1. Where have you been, not only will they rape her, but kill her too.

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  5. It's sad but in Mexico very dangerous to be a female or reporter

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    1. According to the article this is a innocent student that is trying to make something of herself ... time to arm all innocent people in Mexico starting with females and journalists...some kind of gun control review is needed to help the people that are defenseless against these pieces of trash...she did see it coming and did put up fight... the first sign it was happening to me was when the gate would not open...pull your uzi and spray the first mf you see in a balaclava mask...
      No real man would kidnap a innocent woman...these guys are ultimate cowards...Mexico exploits it own women...
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  6. I read in another article that one of the pieces of shit that kidnapped her, use to date her. This is what Mexico has become. The slightest hurt feelings, give way to kidnappings and murders. Until Mexico implements the death penalty. Things will never change.

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    1. 11:00 The Death Penalty doesn't stop anyone from committing murder,kidnapping or rape. The Death Penalty was made illegal in Mexico because it was being used to kill people who were dissidents against the corrupt Mexican government. Just imagine how many innocent people are held in Mexican prisons then imagine how many innocent people would end up getting killed for not committing no crime. Even in the 1960s to the 1990s when the rebel groups in Mexico were strong the state would charge many of them with being drug traffickers if the law allowed they would have been sentenced to death instead. You can't have the death Penalty in a nation as corrupt as Mexico. Life in a prison cell is much worse then the death penalty it doesn't matter how comfortable you live in that cell.

      Thousands of people in Mexico are not afraid to die if they were tens of thousands wouldn't be involved in organized crime where it is a certain death. They don't think how you think they also don't have the moralities you have. The US does a better job of keeping them contained but even then their are thousands of homicides every year.

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    2. @11 am Implements the death penalty ? I am with you on that but it seems to me they are executing criminals wholesale down there . More people killed in interaction with the law enforcement than anyplace I ever heard of .

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    3. True this! A mechanic can get murdered for not fixing a car properly! Talk about life time warranty! Get it?

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    4. 11:48 thank you for your thoughtful comment.
      First...Mexico with the death penalty would put every citizen's life in jeopardy. it would be used as a weapon to get rid of political foes, activists, journalists., personal vendettas, social cleansing etc that go against administrations etc etc as long as mexico has a high level of corruption capital punishment cannot be a legal goal.

      Now, whereas I could support capital punishment in rare, extreme cases, treason, killers of the defenseless, ans serial killers, I can't support it as it is because it is grossly unfair and lacks parity in sentencing. lastly it should be given only where indisputable evidence is presented, such as DNA. NOT eye witness accounts.

      Reasons for punishment, specific and general deterrence. an individual or society. that is ineffective, those deterred would not commit crimes to begin with.

      As for removing a criminal from society goes. There is nothing more certain than death. not even imprisonment. Bundy escape twice and went on to kill more. but imo some crimes should be flat out punitive. and he was one.

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    5. Not all states in the US have the death penalty, only about 30 have capital punishment... and some states that have it rarely use it... many states that don’t have it don’t have a high poverty rate and interestingly do not have as high of a murder rate...
      In an ideal world the death penalty would always deter murder but it doesn’t... but it does provide closure to the victims families...

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    6. I completely agree with your assessment. I was all for revenge killings until I read a study done by two American attorneys, "In Spite of Innocence." Their research showed over 500 cases of wrongful conviction for capital crimes where the convicted were innocent. Some people were executed, wrongly. "Opps! Sorry! We'll do better next time." Last week, a black man was released after 27 years for a murder he didn't commit. The real killer, in jail, confessed and his DNA proved he did it. I could be one of those on death row for a crime I didn't do. There's no justice in the U.S. as well as Mexico. I don't know how even to reform the system in either country.

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    7. prison reform is needed badly. It should begin with first timers, those are the ones you hope and want to rehabilitate. they want a normal life. they run with the programs and education all hyped up only to fall flat when released because no job etc. to promote jobs a tax incentive could be used for businesses that till train or hire ex-cons. begin with this layer of criminals, and there we will find the most sucess.

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  7. 99% of the comments on BB valen verga. Statements with shopworn opinions, like for example in this post - "it's sad but in Mexico very dangerous to be a female or reporter" from some Captain Obvious.

    Also, lots of tweakers who write for hundreds of words without punctuation, lots of poorly educated ex jailbirds who show their ignorance with awful grammar and spelling. And the worst - cartel cheerleading. Mexicans constantly saying mi pinche estado/cartel es mejor que tu pinche estado/cartel.

    I would much rather read commentary/analysis from Chivis, Yaqui, Otis, Profe, etc. about the stories than all the caca that the keyboard cartel cheerleaders comment.

    Except for Sicario 006. His comments are valid so he can stay. The rest of the huevones commenting can go pound sand.

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    1. You know, I’ve never tried to pound sand. I think I’m gonna give it a go. Thanks for the recommendation.

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    2. Haha 006 is that you? Post on some alpha group trained by seals or something.

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    3. 12:22:
      We are all free to Express ourselves. Criticizing people and making assumptions about their background does nothing to further the conversation either! I'm sorry some of us don't have the education you'd like us to have. If you don't like a comment, scroll down until find one worthy of your attention. For me its easy. I can scan a comment in about two seconds. If there are words like cheerleader, nuthugger or profanity, I skip it. I don't get upset about it. I move on.

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    4. 658 I too need to pound sand, it releives stress.

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    5. 1222 if you don't like the informative comments in here, then don't go in it. It's still a free country to express comments, last I checked. Smarty pants.

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    6. Mr 12:22 you are off topic, it's about a kidnapped lady, have some respect..the Grammer police is Chivis.

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  8. The should have executed these putos on the spot .

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  9. Sorry ti inform you, but the government of Mexico, will never inpose the death penalty.

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    1. Well kill them before trial. C'mon US police officers get couple months off duty for killing people on camera but end up innocent

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    2. Because they will be the first to warm up the electric chair. Is like american politicians they all cover each other because they all are involved in some nasty stuff like pedophilia, prostitution or rape.

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  10. Those sick bastards broke the door lock so she would not open it. If caught all deserve to be hanged or shot in the spot.

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  11. Just cause she broke up with the EX, he has to resort to this. What a loser

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  12. She's lucky that she was connected to the kidnappers, and the police realized the ex boyfriend may of been involve and they arrested him and made him talk.

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    1. What was the outcome? Is she safe?

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  13. Let this be a warning to you women: be careful who you date and sleep with.

    She was caught up with a bad hombre. She liked his money, but never realized it was going to cost her life.

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  14. If she did not come from a family with money she would never been rescued. She would just be one of thousands of females raped and killed each year in Mexico.

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  15. What ever happened to get over it already. Now he will be someone's bitch

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  16. If Mexican jails were like US jails many sick people would think twice before commiting these type of crimes.
    In the US, many prisoners have morals and have sisters. They take stuff like this serious.

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  17. Too bad she didn't have a firearm - thanks to the absurd laws that deny citizens the right to defend themselves. The thugs involved in the kidnapping deserve lengthy sentences in real prisons where they cannot escape and are kept locked down, cannot receive visitors, and amparos are as valuable as pelican farts...

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  18. la sombra negra time for mexico.

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  19. I would have trained her, on how to shoot a Glock 9mm, with 30 round magazines. Then she could have, taken out, the men coming out of the car,but would have leave the area, for a few days. After all the criminals get away killing people. Police would have taken her in and treat her like a criminal, even though it would of been defence.

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    1. Yes Compensinos should armed themselves for protection, and leave once the aggresive criminal is shot.

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  20. Something as simple as a $5 knife can make all the difference in the world. LADIES of the world take note. - Sol Prendido

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