Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Morelos: Kidnappers escorted by police unit

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from VXT


Escorted by the Policía de Investigación (PDI), a group of four men armed with pistols and a high-powered rifle, dressed in civilian clothes and in a private car, kidnapped a merchant who was outside of his home, on the streets of the Morelos suburbs in the Venustiano Carranza town hall.

After accusing him of being a narcomenudista (dope pusher), they demanded 100 thousand pesos in exchange for not imprisoning him. In the end, his family paid 40 thousand to have him released.

The video shows the moment when men take the merchant aboard a white Vento car. Behind them is the official unit of the Policía de Investigación. It is patrol unit # 03090.

According to data obtained by this newspaper, the kidnapping occurred on the afternoon of last Tuesday, April 23, outside on parcel number 21 on Mineros street.

It was 5:12 pm when the camera caught the kidnapping. A man in a cap and shirt grabs the merchant from behind and around the neck, at the same time he puts a gun to his head. At the exact same moment, other men in a white car approach. A subject with a long weapon gets out of the car.

The men who had already submitted the merchant, open the back door and lift their victim. They place him in the middle and climb in on both sides to flank him. The subject with a long weapon climbs into the passenger seat as well.

Before boarding, the men observe a car behind them. And within seconds a patrol can be seen approaching them. It is a completely identifiable unit. It has a  turret, strobe lights, crash bumper, logos of the PGJ and the identification number 03090.

Authorities revealed that on that day there was no provision made by Investigative Police in the Prosecutor's Office of Venustiano Camama, nor in the Central Prosecutor's Office against the narcomenudeo (dope pusher).

Relatives of the victim revealed that the men in plain clothes claimed to be police officers and demanded the money. In the end they managed to gather much less. That night they released the victim.

17 comments:

  1. So, what happened to the cops? Arrested? Fired?

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  2. Nothing new here just more government involvement in criminal acts. This is how a Narco State operates.

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  3. Unacceptable what these public officials do and their involvement against their communities.
    Tailing along for the extortion process. Probably just to get a torta out this. Because we all know to well that once on the hook with criminals the slices get smaller and smaller.

    Pinche bola de pendejos.

    E42

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  4. Currupted police unit in it with the kidnapping. Wow in broad daylight.

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  5. That's complete B.S.The policia get enough already from the citizens BUT if they want to keep their jobs.........????

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  6. So why aren't the police arrested? Only in Mx

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  7. Now that they were seen on video. The commander of the police is upset and will demand his cut.

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  8. Probably lend them their firearms too!

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  9. The police department will argue the squad car was a clone, so there.
    Pendejos, they are supposed to never return anybody alive, prolly were short of money for the teporochas and the catrinas full of tlachique.
    For a minute i was confused and affraid by the "narcomenudista" word thing, looks like "narco-comunista" from here. Pinchis polesias ora van al bote a vender las nalgas por un cigarro cada semana por cliente.

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  10. Cops are some greedy corrupt mutha down in Mexico. I got extorted in Puerto penasco and morelia

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    1. 1:59 congratulations, you got what you wanted.
      eso te sacas por andar ahi de caliente,
      --y no nomas en PP, you had to go all the way to morelia.
      seguro ahi entregates el chongo zamorano tambien.

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  11. Thanks sol. Damn dirty cops! That's what we need more of, the people using security cameras to show the complicity of law enforcement in these crimes! Then again, who would protect you after you came forward with the video? You couldn't seek police protection after you've exposed them because they're all dirty!
    Mn

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    1. It looks tough no matter how you look at it. I think this is why so many people take the law into their own hands. - Sol Prendido

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  12. Wow using PDI police cars to kidnap for ransom. Everyone wants in on the criminal intake. Extortoring and killing thier own race.

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  13. This report is being read by BB`s kidnapping narcomenudistas,
    gimme all the money!

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  14. Sol what happened to chivis, she abandoned us. Please don't tell she is vacationing in Cancun.

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    1. She’s sick. Give her time to heal. - Sol Prendido

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