Saturday, October 20, 2018

Gro: 200 Women Assassinated; 160 in Acapulco Alone

Translated By Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Sol


By: Carlos Moreno A.

Around 200 women have been killed in this 2018 in Guerrero, according to figures from representatives of feminist organizations, of which Acapulco has more than 160 cases.

Although Acapulco, Guerrero, has been one of the best tourist destinations in Mexico for its beaches and nightlife, for women it has become an unsafe place according to the United Nations Organization for Women.

Acapulco will end the year as the most violent city for women in Mexico, as indicated by representatives of organizations and civil associations, despite the fact that the gender alert was declared in 2017 in municipalities of the state, through the National Commission for Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women (Conavim), in Acapulco, Chilpancingo, Zihuatanejo, Iguala, Coyuca de Catalán, Ometepec, Tlapa and Ayutla de los Libres.


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Also, although Acapulco has been one of the best tourist destinations in the country, for women it has become an insecure place; On Thursday, female members of the Familias Unidas Civil Association said that it is evident that security strategies, crime prevention and feminicide investigation have failed in Guerrero, for which they demanded that the authorities guarantee peace and restore peace of mind to the citizens.

Of the 200 violent deaths of women in the state, 164 have occurred in Acapulco and 130 have characteristics of having been feminicide. This Monday, after a week gone missing, the young teacher Itzel was found dead in a field located in the La Bocana subdivision.



In addition to the above, this Thursday El Sol de Acapulco reported that in the last week, five women students from various academic units of the UAGro in Acapulco have been victims of attempted kidnapping by unknown men in areas of Avenida Universidad, Solidaridad and Ruiz Cortines, which caused several groups to suspend classes until further notice.

According to what was published by this newspaper, in December of last year, Guerrero was already the first state in Mexico for the number of homicides of women in 1987, 1998, 2006 and 2007 , according to the study "Feminicide Violence in Mexico" elaborated by UN-Women, the National Institute of Women and the National Citizen Observatory of Feminicide (OCNF), ranking second in the country in 2017.


During the first semester of this year, according to the Executive Secretariat of the National Security System (SESNSP) of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob), there were 145 murdered women in the state, which is higher than last year where there were 122.

In Acapulco there are now six feminicides and in Chilpancingo five, while in Taxco and Ometepec two were reported; municipalities such as Arcelia, Alpoyeca, Chilapa, Iguala, Ayutla, and in Costa Chica as San Luis Acatlán, Tlacoachistlahuaca and Tlachapa, as in Costa Grande as La Union, Coyuca de Benítez and Petatlán, there is at least one feminicide THIS WEEK.

The age range of the victims killed in this 2018 ranges from adolescents ranging from 16 to 18 years old and women up to 55 years old; in most cases they were violent deaths or intentional homicides.

Nine women already disappeared in Acapulco in October:

A woman was found dead on a plot of land located in the La Bocana neighborhood adjacent to Magallanes, between two Christian centers and one block from the University Avenue near the Costera in Acapulco.

Relatives confirmed that the victim was treated, the 34-year-old girl named Itzel "N" , disappeared a week ago, who had been last seen on University Avenue and according to the social media data, her van was found in a street next to Costera Avenue, in the Magellan district.


In a brief press release, the State Prosecutor's Office reported that, after locating the body of a woman in said colony, a "feminicide protocol with a gender perspective" would be applied.

The finding was reported at two thirty in the afternoon of Monday, in La Nao Street of said division.

The area was cordoned off by the police agents, and the circulation was closed, while personnel of the Prosecutor's Office carried out the corresponding procedures.

Subsequently, the body was transferred to the facilities of the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) for the corresponding legal procedures.

In the afternoon, minutes after finding the woman's body, in a press release, the Prosecutor's Office confirmed the victim's location, and that they integrated the investigation file, 12030310201018091018, for the crime of homicide in "against who is responsible ".

So far in October of this year, there are now five missing women in the port, three of them teenagers; but according to the website of the State Attorney's Office where photographs and data of missing persons are placed in 2018, it is indicated that 113 people are missing in Guerrero, of which 34 are women, and in Acapulco there are 30 missing persons, nine are women, that is, 33.9 percent of the total number of people in the state; without counting the previous nine mentioned.

23 comments:

  1. Any connection within the murders?...

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    1. Yes. Russia! Everything has to do with Russia! Lol

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    2. Why are your kids shooting in the schools

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  2. The more federal and state poolice helped by aguacates and marinas, the worse it gets by the meters per day, for women...

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    1. You forgot to say marínelas. That’s normally the way you say it, not marinas. - Sol Prendido

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  3. I have a question for Chivis or anyone who may know, why is the state of Guerrero so violent and bloodthirsty?

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    1. It is a very poor State. From what I understand is that the mountains of Guerrero have been growing opium poppy at least since World War Two. They supplied the morphine for the war effort. Also a huge Marijuana grow region. Since the legalization of Marijuana in California starting in 1996 the value of the Mexican Marijuana has diminished. Also with the introduction of synthetic heroin
      ( Fentanyl)the price has been cut. Throw in Nafta, which also got it's start around 1996, folks can not even grow corn with the cheap import from the U.S. Which led to a mass migration to the States. Which means many kids grew up without a father.

      Throw in a corrupt Government. And over population.

      The youth cannot make money off of corn, Marijauna or Herion. Tourism is bad. The youth have nothing left but to extort local business.

      I am sure I am leaving out much more, these are the basics

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    2. It is a very poor State. From what I understand is that the mountains of Guerrero have been growing opium poppy at least since World War Two. They supplied the morphine for the war effort. Also a huge Marijuana grow region. Since the legalization of Marijuana in California starting in 1996 the value of the Mexican Marijuana has diminished. Also with the introduction of synthetic heroin
      ( Fentanyl)the price has been cut. Throw in Nafta, which also got it's start around 1996, folks can not even grow corn with the cheap import from the U.S. Which led to a mass migration to the States. Which means many kids grew up without a father.

      Throw in a corrupt Government. And over population.

      The youth cannot make money off of corn, Marijauna or Herion. Tourism is bad. The youth have nothing left but to extort local business.

      I am sure I am leaving out much more, these are the basics

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    3. Protecting business investments like gold mining, power generation, tourism, drug trafficking, political power and La Parota drive the high and mighty crazy about their chances to make money, and it is all going to be paid by el más pendejo.

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    4. I forgot about La Parota...

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    5. It's just some of that. Other areas are bigger corn growers and don't share this level of violence. They used to have a HUGE coca cola factory employing 1000's...that's gone, Coke's headquarters right on the costera of Acapulco is gone.... The main drag is a crap hole now.

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  4. In Acapulco, the crime is so rampant, of course this is gonna happen. The freaks are on a rampage, no police to stop them or jail time

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    1. Same thing happens in Sinaloa

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    2. La Barbie and the Beltranuses had no Excuuuses, but they kept more order until they were put out of the way by the mexican and US governments.
      Still, there are more drugs than ever, now coupled with more crime and murder to make it worth your while.
      --But Chavela Vargas got to spend the night in Acapulco with Ava Gardner, after the Liz Taylor Richard Burton wedding parties were over and everybody else went away with their partners

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  5. This has CDS all over it. They commit the most female homicides bar none!!

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  6. https://noticiasguerrero.com/nacionales/narco-le-da-48-horas-a-adela-roman-ocampo-para-que-renuncie-a-la-presidencia-de-acapulco/

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  7. I'm curious... how many men and boys have been killed?

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    1. NOBODY CARES!! only womens lives matter because they are sugar spice and everything nice, and men/boys are satan so when they get killed en mass no one bats an eye.

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  8. Hola Yaqui
    That’s what I be seen all over the Americans. The life of a woman doesn’t count much, despite there hard work. It’s a shame how woman are threaded here.
    I hope it’s changing with the years and we will see less woman killed, raped or beaten.
    Greetings from Toluca.

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    1. I think a lot of people are missing the mark on why some times men treat women that way. Women aren't really settling down with a man these days. They have many men on the go. To go along with that, a lot of men see them not just as whores, but also as untrustworthy. Women pick materialism over love these days. And I believe that is why there is a lot of violence toward women. No offense, but women kind of put it on themselves. They celebrate eachother for not being monogamous, they band together and joke about how big of pieces of shit men are as a whole. They kind of get what they deserve some times.

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  9. More men have been killed than women.

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    1. I love how people think that a woman getting killed is somehow worse than a man getting killed.

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  10. Chivis. Will you please do a throw back article and potentially an update on the Maquiladora missing women of Ciudad Juarez? It was both sad and interesting to read about when I was a kid. Tragic.

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