Sunday, March 10, 2019

San Fernando Tamaulipas: Mass Kidnapping of 19 people revealed, Tampico-Reynosa route


Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  Proceso



At least 19 people were kidnapped from a bus in San Fernando, Tamaulipas. According to reports, the incident occurred last Thursday at kilometer 79 of the San Fernando-Reynosa highway.

The driver of the Transpais line unit reported to ministerial authorities that a gray truck and a double-cab blocked his way.

The men forced the passengers off and put them in their trucks to take an unknown destination.

The bus covered the Tampico-Reynosa route with 41 passengers but only 22 arrived at the terminal.

57 comments:

  1. Damn, this is like some old school Zetas technique...I hope that's not the case, though.

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    1. Exactly. the worse was 2010. I recall in November of 2010 they were stopping and bus kidnapping almost everyday. Remember the balacera where tony tormenta was gunned down? several buses during those few days. Two Americans taken, and one was found in the San Fernando fosas that contained 100s.

      Many migrants also taken ff the buses the 72 of the san fernando slaughter were taken off buses. the survivor said it was clear the driver was in on in. He just stopped the bus and walked away while the zetas did their thing.

      I hope this isn't 2.0 of those times.

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    2. Yep I remember it well, because the Zeta that lead it was from my hometown in Washington State. The Zetas believed that Gulf cartel members we're coming in on busses to join the fight. So Lazca ordered that the buses be kidnapped and the men on those buses killed.

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    3. They killed the women also. Photos are out there. T.M.

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  2. Something that’s never been brought up here is the challenge sign. Whenever you board a bus you’re given a code. Once travel commences at some point you’re asked for that code. Whoever gives the wrong answer is quickly taken off the bus. These codes are always given for bus travel in Mexico. It’s really not hard to figure out who’s who because of this. Which is why so many people go missing. - Sol Prendido

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    1. I've never had a bus code enforced on me, but I know it is a thing, I guess it depends on the bus company. I've also heard that it depends on the destination where you're going.


      I've traveled Monterrey - Cuernavaca through Greyhound and never had had a problem.

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    2. It does depend on destination. And it’s random. These guys switch it out. Many people are paranoid as hell because of this on these buses. No one really knows who’s who. And eyes are everywhere (snitches). I’ve seen it on Mexican bus lines. . - Sol Prendido

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    3. That's a lie they don't give you any code unless you're part of the game, this I know for sure because sometimes the organizations are too big to know who's who so they give codes to those serving at the dope houses incase they kick in your door. Codes change weekly and your plaza boss has to give all his men the code weekly

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    4. I have traveled Matamoros to Mante and to San Luis Potosi dozens of times in the last 5 years and no nothing about a code. Can someone explain a little clearer what Sol is talking about?

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    5. Its a hit and miss throughout Mexico now.
      But like chivis said in tamps 2010/11 it was happening nearly everyday

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    6. Hahaha dude you’re full of shit,
      I just took the Bus from Morelia to Huetamo.
      No such thing

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    7. So the bus code are given by the bus company & serves as confirmation that you paid, right? That's messed up though ugh I wonder if the story of the Zetas making civilians engage in gladiator style matches is real but somehow I don't doubt it seeing how little regard they have for human life.

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    8. I've travel regularly in bus throughout Mexico and no codes were used.

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    9. I've been riding the ETN and Turistar busses from Nuevo Laredo to Colima for about 13 years and have never been given a code.

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    10. What are you talking about? I travel by bus all the time in México as I don't own a car and this is where I live, been all over the country except Tamaulipas, Tabasco and Sonora, never been asked any code and I don't even know what you mean by it

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    11. So reason why the code is because drivers were letting people ride for less than other customers. And the bus company would never see a cut from those less paying passengers. Also is important the route the bus goes through. Because federales get a fee that is collected before these buses take off. The fee is so that they dont get on bus and inspect at checkpoints. So a passenger who is not a full paying customer is avoiding the fees and cartels/corruption dont like that at all. I payed a fee before our bus left LA and another at Juarez. These are collected by driver and names are written on paper.

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    12. I've ridden the ADO buses all over Yucatan and down to Tabasco and Chiapas for years and never heard of a bus code. In almost every ride, there is only the driver, so how is he supposed to check your code after the bus departs?

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  3. That's why bus travel in the usa is much safer. This kind of bozo action could only exist in Mexico...

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  4. Someone may be trying to stop the flow to the border again,
    now that complaints about caged kids and family separations and wall frustrations and refugees pushing their luck are pushing things the wrong way, it is a good time to terrorize passengers on busses in the Mexican side, it happened under Obama, it worked too, and Tamaulipas contractors may even have some zetas ready to blame all over again...
    The government never runs out of unsafe options to blame the passengers.

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  5. I've traveled via ADO autobus all over Yucatan and down to Tabasco and Chiapas and have never been given a code or ever asked for one.

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  6. Didnt wacho testified in 2011 that he was part of the los Zetas cell that practiced in bus comission thing?

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  7. Zetas up to their old tricks??

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  8. Power hundry lowlife cartels have nothing better to do, bet you they are going to kill them.

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  9. My moms bus was stopped outside reynosa last year. They were robbed. My mom being a christan was not afraid. When one of the guys came up to her. She handed some money but asked the robber to take a good look at her hands. To see the scars from surgery from working hard in the u.s. she mentioned how would he like it if this was happenning to his mother. My mom handed him her bible. He grabbed and stared for a moment. Gave it baack and yhe leftttt.

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    1. Praise God! A God fearing woman she was, crystal clear proof of the presence of God in that situation. Amen !

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    2. Your lucky you're mom did not get killed. Most will kill, tell her next time stay quiet, they Don't care if your mother worked 100 years in us.

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    3. yes real Christians shouldn´t be afraid of death,. but only real ones. not lukewarm ones.
      Att. Mexican_man

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    4. Amazing brother your brave mother touched someones heart who would normally be cold hearted, i bet that guy went back rethinking his life

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    5. 1:48 I bet all the torture and murder victims in mexico or anywhere else have prayed with real fervor asking Diosito Santo jfor a break, just a little chance to earn a pardon from their victimizers, and it never worked...

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    6. 1:25 by murder victims I suppose you mean the zetas or cdjng, dont you? but even if you dont mean "them", the death of a Christian is never a chance, so let suppose if a Christian is gonna be decapitated by his faith, he/she knows where his soul will be going, and if an unbeliever is gonna be beheaded, Im afraid he-she knows not that his problems are about to begin, that is eternal hell. very real, as de love is real or as evil is real. throught out history many Christians have given their life for Christ, many times their killers only asked to deny him, and their lifes spared. just read Daniel´s three friends, in the fiery burning furnace, and in that case God delivered them.but even if he hadnt, they would have gone directly to him, forever. Thanks, gracias Att; Mexican_man

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  10. I am sure my bus ticket has a code.
    I have never had to memorize such a code.

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  11. It was mention a kidnapping oexactly this this one happen on a trip from chicago to Durango some time last year. Can someone confirm it.

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    1. 7:51 your trip happened in the Mexican side for sure, because there is nothing in the American side about it...
      But I could be telling you yes it happened as you say, fake news!
      Let's wait for the picshurs, there were plenty before from, Allende, and San Fernando school of scare tactics.

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  12. I read in El Universal from Mexico City, that the 19 kidnapped were probably migrants. So these poor people were victims of the gangs in Central America, and now are victims of a gang in Mexico. Are they going to use them as mules to smuggle drugs, and use the young women in sex trafficking? This is outrageous.

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  13. I would check out those houses to the west side of the road around Km 79 of the highway. Narcos are known for laziness, so they probably didn't take 19 people very far from there.

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  14. They were hondureños that kidnapped

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    1. If they was talkin trash then nothing to see here

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  15. Iam for a total boycott of Mexico because it's the only way for the world to see what is happening

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    1. Boicot the USA as well since they arm the cartels and buy their drugs.

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    2. Okay, let's leave the ignorance out of this plsss

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    3. 11:04 ignorance is not a problem, ignorants are.

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  16. What the fuck is up with a "bus code".
    It used to be you need military service card, voter registration or ID to travel anywhere in Mexico, the mere say so of US immigration would be good for Mexico to accept you into the country when deported even if you were from Guatemala, (and now they send you back to Guatemala even if you are us born and speak nothing but English)
    To need a fucking cartel bus code is the pits full of hog wash

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  17. This specifically relates to the company Transpais, where apparently the owners are working with the Gulf Cartel, and has been involved with human trafficking since the Manuel Cavazos Lerma-era.

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    1. My great uncle and his side of the family has heavily involved with crossing individuals in the 60s to 90s in the frontera chica area- miguel aleman & camargo sector. When the cartel got involved they left because it was a death sentence dealing with them type of people.
      Sometimes they didnt even charge because it was so easy in those years. Heck my grandfather crossed several times a year without their help, even took cars into mexico and drove back into the US like nothing.

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  18. This is what happens when law abiding citizens cant protect themselves. Only the Govt and the criminals have guns. Your easy prey...

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    1. Exactly, these type of incidents are unheard of in the u.s.

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    2. We can never give up our guns in the US
      R WE WILL END UP LIKE MEXICO. US GUN CONTROL AND SOCIALIZE WILL BE GLAD TO TAKE THEM AWAY. I COLLECT WEAPONS.

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    3. 5:20 the Russians penetrated and Co-opted the NRA and hijacked the minds of too many ignorant Americans without firing a weapon...
      When the shit hit the fan, the NRA president quit and elevated drug trafficker and international crook Oliver North to the presidency of the NRA, good luck with your weapons...

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  19. Tamps. Been quite for few years. The president wants the Gulf gone. He is aline with the Zetas. Gulf had everybody paid off. Thats over, war is starting

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  20. Going on 13 years when is going to stop???? Horrible wh




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  21. But..the governor isn't saying for sure that this truly has happened. Supposedly no family members have come forth..but Transpais knows who got on and where there destination was so sounds like its true. T.M.

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  22. Apparently this was not the first one this year, and the horror of the bus kidnappings of migrants is back:

    https://www.eluniversal.com.mx/columna/hector-de-mauleon/nacion/en-febrero-secuestraron-mas-migrantes-la-4t-callo

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  23. Tamaulipas is the worst place to visit. Zetas golfos more Zetas and more golfos. 20 different cells going at it and are super paranoid and kidnap anybody

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  24. but the most popular president ever, aka PEJE says they are now very happy in America, US. Earning lots of bucks..
    evil-analyzer

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  25. The government has aligned with cdn now as they have aligned with golfos for too long and not got them anywhere as all golfos fight each other your gonna see now cdn taking over tamps

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  26. They took 19 but left the rest of the people, wonder if they were something else

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