Saturday, April 13, 2019

Guerrero: Tomas Ibarra, second in command of Acapulco plaza, arrested

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Acapulco-The State Attorney General's Office through field work and intelligence managed the arrest of William "N" and Tomas "N", the latter appointed as second in command of José Ángel Galeana Palacios alias "El Capuchino", Chief of the Acapulco Plaza.

According to the investigation, both detainees were engaged in the collection of extortion to established businesses, public service units and markets, coordinated the blockades on Costera Miguel Aleman Avenue and the Regional Social Readaptation Center of Acapulco, their participation is also being investigated for other crimes such as kidnapping and homicides.

With the arrest of these two people, the State Prosecutor General's Office reiterates its commitment to bring those responsible for committing crimes to justice, while respecting their human rights at all times

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    1. Unfortunately Yanqui, due to unforeseen events, that are heavily transpiring in Mexico..they will be out, in no time to kill more people.

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  2. And yet another one took his place.
    Nothing changes only the players. While its citizens continue to get extorted and killed. New face same old policies.

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    1. @11:11: Exactly! The minor peasants are "forgettable" sparklers...

      That final paragraph in the article: "State Prosecutor General's Office reiterates its commitment to bring those responsible for committing crimes to justice, while respecting their human rights at all times."
      Really? Are these just feel good words, or is this happening for reals in Mexico?
      I bet these guys are turned into canarios before the get their
      so-called "Mexican Justice."
      Mexico-Watcher

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    2. desgraciadamente azy es 11:11 no nececitas decirlo pos todo mundo lo sabe🤣

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  3. Que gachos, how not so very nice, I am sure these poor brokeasses were not allowed to collect their shine boxes, they sure keep their high caliber weapons and jewelry and the mariachi guitars...

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  4. The entire region is rife with cartelistas. The region near Nueva Italia, cuatro caminos crosses south across Mex 14-D, and the south side all the way up to the summit passing by lago zirhuen. Even the tourist road to Sta Clara del Cobre / Villa Escalera becomes unsafe when the ejercito stops patrolling.

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  5. You are giving Mexican gangsters a bad rap,
    At least let them comb their pinchis grenas to make a better impression on the jury, chingadamadre.

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  6. Mexico needs the death penalty

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  7. 1:47 it is not official, and it has not been working as it should, but there is Death Penalty in Mexico, because it is in the wrong hands and they would not have it any other way...

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