Saturday, March 30, 2019

4 Convicted Kidnappers Sentenced to More than 1000 Years in Tamaulipas

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Sol
      FGR in Tamaulipas sentences four kidnappers to more than a thousand years in prison EACH
All of them were also denied the benefits of substitution of the penalty and preparatory freedom, in addition to ordering their public reprimand.

Reynosa, Tam (OEM / Informex). -The Public Ministry of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) in Tamaulipas, obtained, in oral proceedings, conviction against four men for their full participation in the crimes of illegal deprivation of liberty, in the form of kidnapping and trafficking in people.

The evidence obtained by the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) allowed a Judge of Prosecution to impose a 1,872 years in prison and 4 Million795,700 pesos fine Rolando "C" and Jorge "E"; meanwhile, Horlando "C" was sentenced to 1,702 years of prison and a fine of 4 million 231 thousand 500 pesos; while José "H" was sentenced to a 1,172 years and a fine of two million 241 thousand 900 pesos.


All of them were also condemned to repair the damage caused to the victims,  they were denied the benefits of substitution of the penalty and preparatory freedom,   in addition to ordering their public reprimand, as well as the suspension of their civil and political rights. .

According to the investigation folder, in February 2018, elements of the National Defense Secretariat and the State Police detained those sentenced today in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, after 117 kidnap victims, of foreign origin, were rescued .

The sentenced persons were imposed the minimum penalty for the crime referred to by each of the victims, which led to the imposed prison sentence, to which was added the corresponding to human trafficking.

Today from: UNOTV
Meanwhile today in Tamaulipas the FGR released photos of the 26 disappeared migrants from March 7, 2019, only 3 weeks ago to further their attempt at rescuing them.
The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic ( FGR ) published the photographs of the 26 migrants who disappeared on March 7 at kilometer 79 of the San Fernando-Reynosa highway, coming from Tampico, Tamaulipas. 

On its  Twitter account, the agency unveiled the faces of the undocumented, 17 men and nine women, whose whereabouts are still unknown; They moved on bus number 9596, which left Tampico for Reynosa.

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Alguien puede tener algún dato que contribuya a encontrar a estas personas o si #HasVistoA, tienes alguna información que ayude a su localización, llama o escríbenos.  #AtenciónFGR


On March 18 , the Undersecretary of Human Rights, Population and Migration, of the Ministry of the Interior ( Segob ),  Alejandro Encinas , assured that one of the advances in the investigation  is the identification of criminal groups  that operate in the area.

25 comments:

  1. 1000 years .might as well shoot them in the head .problem solved

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  2. Bout time Mexico did it right

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    1. They only did this one, to show some compassion of the migrants from Guetemala. Which they have not yet been found. 1000years, might as well say 1 million years each. Lol

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  3. I guess it's a starting point for investigators. Mexico is infested with kidnapping cells.

    Nevertheless, law was handed down to these criminals.

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    1. 5;35 the Mexican government "anti-kidnapping death squads" some trained in France, some on the US, some in Guatemala and some in Mexico by the likes of MOSSAD or US military veterans to do police work, are the main kidnapping for ransom problem...

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    2. 5:35 and guess what,
      --those kidnapping cells belong to anti-kidnapping government brigades "trained in Spain or France or the US, that do nothing but kidnapping, like the money laundering prevention units trained in Spain that do nothing but Money Laundering, much of it in Spain
      Pos a gueboo! The Franco Falangistas left Spain broke assed, bu their neoliberal monarchy is bleeding Spain to death, investing everything in foreign banks in somebody else's name.
      Now the Spanish have to come back to Mexico to give it one more GOD LEVEL once over... "And AMLO must bend over" NOT!

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  4. These poor young girls ��.........
    Breaks my heart .
    RUBIO. You can post this with my email I don't care .it's fucked up what these guys do. Stick to fucking drug dealing.......
    I've hustled. Made a lot of money. Gotten arrested .but that shit of kidnapping people is ALL drug based. That crystal makes you do crazy shit.

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    1. It's a quota that needs to be met by their superiors. Whatever generates cash for these scumbags will often depend on your existence within the organization.
      Not all crimes are based on the influence of drugs.

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  5. Kidnapping convictions always seem to bring the longest sentences in Mexico. In some cases a single kidnapping charge gets a 30-40 sentence. Rolando “N” and Jorge “E” have to serve 16 years on each charge. Murder someone is Mexico and get out in under 20 in most cases.

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    1. 9:58 la Marrana Duarte, EPN, Alfredo Bermudez Zurita, moreiros, Graco Ramirez, FECAL, Genarco garcia luna, luis Cardenas palomino, Salvador Cienpedos, and many many others, will never pay for their kidnappings, shakedowns, mordidas, tortures murders or disappearances, because they were "government officials doing their function"

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    2. You got it wrong Mijo, one murder conviction out in 8 years.

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    3. 6:53 8 years to go to court,
      meanwhile you pay your bond or earn it in prison,
      "it is up to you to make it easy", too many fiscal and prosecutors will borrow you at night to work on your case...

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  6. Good. Now we are getting somewhere. 1000 years in prison is the next best thing to the death penalty. Let them rot in prison. Do all kidnappers the same.

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    1. The only conviction that holds water is for child molestation. Despite the ruling of the justice system the actual sentence usually means death,

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  7. Holly sh—t the Judge threw the 📖 at them.You would have to be an idiot not be a Narco if Mexican judges are giving 1800 years for kidnapping.

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    1. He threw the book at them, because those captured where migrants from Central America, crossing to head over to the USA.

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    2. They were not narcos either, Just plain kidnappers working the extortion angle to pay their own police and military extorters.
      This is an international scandal and somebody had to pay, these dumbasses my not even be guilty. But they got caught they got fucked up. (Ya te agarre, ya te chingastes.)

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  8. must of been dirt poor.
    we will see how many years alfredo cardenas gets for the kidnapping charges he faces.
    money talks people here there and everywhere

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  9. So the judge just put the guards in a more powerful negotiating position......

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  10. Not enough. Mexico needs its own Mann Act. They should be publicly executed.

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    1. The Mann Act intended to discourage interstate trafficking of persons was instead used for racist purposes, to punish people like Jack Johnson, first black world weight boxing champion and his white wife... I wonder if it would work in Mexico, to punish black people or whites or indians or the Chinese...

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  11. Locking these guys up but the ring leaders including police are free to commit more crimes

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  12. LMAO prison in Tamaulipas, might as well not been sentenced at all

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  13. Mostly women and kids, fucking cowards.

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  14. 1000 years? They will be out in a few months. Nobody serves any time in Mexico due to corruption. The warden will escort them out himself. The entire prison system is owned by the cartels.

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