Saturday, December 29, 2018

Canadian experts began a plane crash investigation which killed 2 Puebla politicians

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat material from Heraldo de Mexico

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A team of experts from Canada today began their investigations into the air tragedy where conservative politicians Martha Erika Alonso and Rafael Moreno Valle died in central Mexico.

"Today Canadians begin their investigation. And we do not know when they will reach their conclusions because the process is not simple. They are going to study  the remains of the aircraft  and take the pertinent samples,” said today the head of the Ministry of Communications and Transportation of Mexico, Javier Jiménez Espriú.

In the morning press conference of the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Jiménez Espriú stressed that once the experts have all the samples they will be analyzed to give their opinion.

"We do not know how long it will take. We have asked for it to be as expeditious as possible, "said the minister, who assured that" absolute respect will be given to his freedom of investigation. "

Jiménez Espriú reiterated that he is also seeking the participation of the United States - which for the moment cannot participate due to the partial closure of the Administration. [however it was reported the day after the crash that the U.S. was already involved?!?!?!?!]


He pointed out, once again, that there will be total transparency in the process.

On Monday, a helicopter in which the governor of Puebla, Martha Erika Alonso, and her husband and senator, Rafael Moreno Valle, both of the right-wing National Action Party (PAN), were traveling collapsed in the municipality of Coronango, in the central state of Puebla there were also three others aboard.

Alonso assumed the governorship of Puebla on December 14, state that her husband Moreno Valle governed from 2011 to 2017.

10 comments:

  1. The U.S. made an initial committment to assist (with the very capable NTSB), but the investigators could not travel due to the shutdown of the Government. At least the Canadians stepped in... This is (my humble opinion only) absolutely sabotage.

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  2. With so many prominent politicos killed in “air accidents” over the past 10-15 years, I can’t help but imagine that some of them (possibly including this one) weren’t accidents at all, considering this is Mexico, where politicians are killed at a rate of knots.

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    1. They almost got DR. Mireles like that but he survived the plane crash

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  3. Is it just me or does she look like a man with nice hair?

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    1. Yea like if Fabio had a love child then that would’ve been her. - Sol Prendido

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  4. Mexico does not have an agency competent enough to investigate this helicopter crash?

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    1. usa and canada investigation this way. amlo wants to prove theres no corruption or truth modified. amlo is morena party.. deceased are pan.. if pan uses friends they could blame amlo and pan doesnt trust amlo. imo amlo is honest president. the corrupt is pan and pri.. and after 2 elections because there were problems for governor.. morena vs pan .. pan won but cheated.. so in short they want someone not affiliated to mexico and to be neutral

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  5. Don't understand why any outside interests would want to investigate. Any outcome will be shrouded in secrecy. It was intentional homicide on behalf of some unknown party, mex govt does not need any help in these matters. Corruption and unsolved murders are at an all time high..

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  6. Will they tell us if they pulled a switcharoo now that the law was coming down on them for murder?

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    1. 2:09 The evidence is mounting, switcharoo suspected...

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