Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Oaxaca closes border with Veracruz after massacre

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Noreste


This Monday the governor of Oaxaca Alejandro Murat, announced the closing of the state borders with Veracruz, this after the events that took place at the party in Minatitlán, where a multi-homicide was registered that ended with the lives of thirteen people.

He called the action a stopgap to secure his state from “contamination” from Veracruz.

"This week we started operations and checkpoints with mixed operations bases with the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena). At all access bridges with the border of Veracruz, no one will be able to pass without acceptable identification. If a person lacks correct documentation such as plates and your license, "said Alejandro Murat.

Warning: Disturbing graphic images of massacre shown on next page 

The president said he already works with the army and the State Public Security Secretariat, to strengthen security with the municipalities that are border with Veracruz, mainly San Miguel Soyaltepec, Tuxtepec, Loma Bonita, San Jose Cosolapa and Acatlán de Pérez Figueroa, in order to prevent the state from being affect” by Veracruz violence.

The governor of Oaxaca expressed his concern about the increase in crime in the country and condemned the Minatitlan massacre, mentioning the solidarity with the governor of Veracruz, Cuitláhuac García so that he can have the necessary strength to confront the criminal groups.

Images of the massacre in Minatitlán that compelled the governor to take action

30 comments:

  1. News outlets are saying CJNG had done it. Will AlMO finally wake up from his stuptor.

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    1. He will never wake up. He lives In a liberal delusional rainbow

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    2. 4:42 I wish AMLO would be living in a Casa Blanca like other impotentates you might like better.
      Murat is doing a good thing, other governors could try it and stop criminals from hiding away in their state.

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    3. 4:42 wanting to make Mexico a better place with better Healthcare, education, wages, better for honest business where the state self supports with the national owned wealth and corporations nobody else has a divine right to get for free like Carlos Slim Helu, is not a bad thing, it is bad when the state sells those enterprises to their buddies or corruptors, tax free...
      --it is bad on the US too, but it keeps happening all the time. Some even call it corporate welfare capitalism of state.
      Robbing the poor in the hood to help hoods in their residences.

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    4. You 2 socialist loving tools should move to Venezuela with your hero ALMO on a Rainbow unicorn

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    5. Socialism is a poor mans dream that never works. ALMO is a giant delusion fraud!

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    6. 7:27 you must be the first BB billionaire, but here we are in competition for the sucker of the year trophy... You win.
      7:36 looks like AMLO likes his old shoes too much,
      at least he is not stealing for himself like other multimillionaire Mexican satraps that need to buy themselves expensive hoes from televisa and murder all who criticize them and do street marches to protest old priista government shit.

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  2. So it took this massacre to impose security measures. What about the many beforehand that's transpiring in the country?
    Guess it's not worthy of implementation!

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    1. While the government gets bribes, they always look the other way. How long will this governor hold back? Will he soon be shot, since he is not behaven like a broken arrow.

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    2. @11:59
      Just a matter of time for him I guess.
      Plate O Plomo has always been the solution in Mexico for decades.

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    3. 11:59 it is "some in government" that take bribes, others own the dirty businesses that make all the money, but not everybody in government cn be that corrupt, simply because there is not enough money for all, many just see and keep their maffs shut.

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    4. Cuauhtemoc and Cuitlahuac need no kickbacks.
      They are trying to do better to maybe run for president, or a secretariat like El bronco Rodriguez, now known as "La Mula Bronca..."

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  3. Aren't CJNG already in Oaxaca?

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    1. We should expect Grupo Sombra (Shadow Group) to do their thing here soon. - Sol Prendido

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  4. Maybe this summer on the Jersey Shore our fugly governor could shut down our border with NYC.

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    1. 11:27am couldn't have said it better

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    2. Didn't the former Jersey governor close several lanes of crossings for retribution for political reasons?
      How did that work out?
      Only firings and the end of some political careers.

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    3. 1:27 your Governor had to throw his people under the bus to save his big fat ass, Chris Christie ran away from trouble like the coward big fat ass he is, I Don't know your new governor but I hope he will not eat the NJ state budget worth of snacks at patriot' s games...

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  5. N what the F is that gonna solve????nothing...send the army capture them who did it n done deal...if a rival group get those who did it i hope they cut them in pieces alive..

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    1. 11:47 I valid your point, but due to many unfortunate events, I hate to inform you that will not happen anytime soon, CJNG is bribing the government, they are like two cartels working together. The currupted government will help slaughter other cartels, for you guessed it CJNG.

      Mexico--Observer

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    2. 7:20 the new cartel could be the Guardia Nacional, populated with retired military brass and hungry ginirals coached by corrupt federal police and led by state police, like a national gestapo or KGB hellbent on taking pay, tribute, piso and plasa from the areas where they operate, then they compensate with kidnappings for ransomand robberies of property.
      It is not the cartels, it is their persecutors in government the US got used to their 3 billion dollars a year merida initiative.

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    3. 11:47 the army is too much into killing, they have not been trained to do police work.
      The mexican army cowards graduate into police officers that kidnap for ransom, but prefer murdering because that means less problems and guiri guiri, gets them bonuses and time off too.

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  6. Good call by the Governor of Oaxaca.

    Too bad Trump and others in America lack the leadership and courage to make a tough call by closing the border, to stem the “contamination” coming from Mexico.

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    1. 12:31 wiser brains have prevailed, the US have saved themselves some real problems for keeping the border open,
      Read the Oringe of Spices by Charles Darwin,
      with an intro by The Donal'

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  7. CDS is on their arse.

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  8. Cjng are isis of mexico whom need to all be wiped from the map

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  9. I don't recall reading whether a state has done this before. I've read plenty about checkpoints on major roads, but not an entire border. Not sure what good it will do if both cartels are already embedded in Veracruz. Stopping groups from bringing in reinforcements I suppose. Very interested to read how this plays out!
    Mn

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    1. It is not an entire border guey, it is blocking the highways and the toll ways to make sure no criminals in automobiles or troques escape into their state. Real criminals know side roads anyway.

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  10. Loma Bonita and Tuxtepec are already a war zone. Matan gente diario.

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    1. Salina Cruz, Oaxaca has a refinery, ready for the Huachicoleros and the mayor comandante Rodolfo Leon Aragon "el Chino Leon" of the Polesia federal has been accused by cardinal Juan Iniguez of being the eal murderer of cardinal Juan Jose Posadas Ocampo.
      Murat Sr has millions of dollars hidden on the US too.

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