Sunday, May 19, 2019

"Manolo" Leader of Los Rojos Arrested in Morelos

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                                 Manuel "P", ''Manolo'', alleged leader of Los Rojos in Morelos

"Manolo'' is a member of the circle of confidence of Santiago Mazari, "El Carrete", leader of Los Rojos and linked in 2014 to the disappearance of the 43 students of the Rural Normal of Ayotzinapa

By: David Vicenteńo 5/19/2019 3:19 PM

In compliance with an arrest warrant, elements of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) arrested Manuel "P", alias "Manolo" , head of the criminal group identified as Los Rojos, in the southern state of Morelos in the municipality of Zacatepec.

According to the investigations of the autonomous body, the detained person was responsible for coordinating the collection of "piso" and extortions to merchants and businessmen in that area, as well as co-opting municipal officials.

In the investigations it was established that "Manolo" is a member of the circle of trust of Santiago Mazari, "El Carrete", leader of Los Rojos, linked violence in the state of Morelos and in 2014 to the disappearance of the 43 students of the Normal Rural of Ayotzinapa.

The FGR explained, in a statement, that the arrest of Manuel "P" was carried out in compliance with an arrest warrant for his probable responsibility in the crime of organized crime, in the form of illegal deprivation of liberty; ie kidnapping.

As part of the cabinet and field research work, members of the Federal Ministerial Police (PFM), located "Manolo" in the Morelense municipality of Zacatepec, carrying out their capture without the use of violence or involvement of third parties, and with full respect for their human rights.

10 comments:

  1. Looks like cjng at it again in that state.
    El cadete getting traded like el marro in his own state

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    1. 4:34 I am sure you mean "EL Carrete".

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  2. Why apprehend? Shooting this individual in the head would probably get an applause from many.

    He literally is a criminal after all.

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  3. This is the profit that the commenter receives.

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  4. Aye Manolo no llores.

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  5. So now the reds are linked to 43 students thought it was GU who was involved hmmm...

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    1. 7:15 Los Rojos, Los Guerrero Unidos, the municipal police, the Abarcas, the Figueroa Brothers of Joan Sébastian, did not order the special investigators out of mexico, the C4 comunications, recordings, videos blocked or erased. The PGR, POLICIA JUDICIAL, ARMY MARINAS TO KEEP QUIET and they did not force EPN to sit stoically listening to the parents of the disappeared students.
      That stinks of a federal job to please EPN at the highest levs of the Mexican government, among them his sinister of education that had it up the ass for the Ayotzinapos, Emilio chuayfett chemor who had resigned for the same style of murdering under president zedillo along with Ruben Figueroa alcocer, Guerrero governor who resigned too and left angel aguirre rivero in charge, the same wholewas governor of the ayotzinapos in Guerrero.
      They left behind no witnesses or evidence this time,
      But there was No bus loaded with drugs or billions of dollars hidden on any bus either. Anybody that repeats any of it is only parroting the official line of lying for ever and ever.

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  6. How many rojos cells exist/existed and for what DTO?

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  7. Human rights for Manolo, give me a break, he has killed many people. He should be hunged for the public to see.

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    1. 7:51 the witness must talk before any death penalty is even contemplated, unless you want to suppress his testimony for some reason, like complicity or sumpim'.

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