Thursday, April 11, 2019

Video: Corruption payoff caught on elevator security camera

Chivis Martinez borderland Beat from Reforma

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Tlalnepantla, Mexico - In a video it was recorded how the former police officer, Carlos Santos, of the Municipality of Tlalnepantla, received money for alleged acts of corruption.

In the clip, which can be seen on REFORMA,  recorded in local government facilities and in it, it is revealed when the so-called "Cardinal Command" receives bundles of bills rolled in paper.

Inside an elevator, Santos receives the bundles and immediately stores them in a zippered case.

"Here they send you the payment, boss," he tells him who gives it to the former commander, who immediately asked how much money he was receiving and who had sent it to him.

In the video you can see how Santos counts 500 and 200 pesos bills, he nods and asks to be called.

He then exits from the elevator and goes to an area where there were additional policemen.

Santos was assigned to Tlalnepantla, from Nezahualcóyotl. [Mexico State]

This afternoon he was fired after it was revealed he was requesting money from other officers, as well as alleged leaders of illegal acts in the municipality, according to internal sources.

18 comments:

  1. You know Mexico is screwed when the criminals are catching the police commit crimes lmfao

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    1. 10:24 if "mexico" had not caught this motherfacker you would not be happy either...
      --Because you are one pinchi pendejo... ALV PUTO!

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    2. The dude who did the filming is toast for sure! The cops and the the don who provided the funds will whack this bloke for sure.

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  2. And that’s what a happy Mexican looks like. Positive attitude. And that winning smile. Yeah, that’s a cartel recruiters wet dream right there. This is definitely going to open some doors for him in the underworld. I’m sure someone’s just waiting to welcome him into the fold. I pity the person that filmed him. Because I’m more than sure there’s going to be payback for that. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Yes...there will be retribution.....very painful retribution. Could not think of a worse place to be a confirmed snitch than Mexico. Pretty dumb to be discussing, and distributing illicit gains in the cop shop. Just shows how common and accepted corruption is.

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    2. How common and acceptable corruption is? Its everywhere.
      Corruption has its tentacles in all sectors of society.

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    3. 11:42 La Hermandad Policiaca will illustrate you, this motherfacker has made the grade, he is in for promotions and assignments because he is not a pinche culero miedo so.
      Corruption there like everywhere else comes from the top rolling down like the wettest soggy shit sticking to your shoes.
      --Hey, AMLO can't be everywhere, but people are planning to bring pejelagartos to clean the Great Lakes and Rivers of Asian Carp, they got faith on El Peje.

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  3. I think State & Municipal Police Depts all over Mexico should stop working as hired thugs for cartels that live off bribes and band together and form their own DTO. 'Los Cerdos'. They'd be unstoppable.

    I mean, it's pretty clear their talents & interests have all to do with petty crime and nothing with law enforcement so, hey, why not make it official? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  4. Next time I cross through Nuevo Laredo I’m going to have a go pro recording.

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    1. 11:36 if you have to go, go, but carry Vaseline because if they catch you they may try to stick it up your ass.
      I would not go to Tamaulipas if they put Chivis for me there with high heels on a silver tray.

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  5. That did not look like a lot of pesos. $750usd max.

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    1. Its better than what they get paid.
      Its still doesn't make it right.

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    2. 12:16 If he buys himself a doctorate in criminal justice he will get a better job by tomarrah, EPN and Osorio Chon got places with their papers bought in La Merced.

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  6. Once the rivals sees this tape, this guy is a dead man.

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  7. cops extorting cops...only in Mexico

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