Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Surprising criminal history of minor executed in Estado de México

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat LanetaNoticias

The child was killed in a confrontation between police and criminals


It is no surprise to hear stories about young criminals in the country; However, it seems that the more years go by, the age among those who enter the ranks of criminal groups is going down, because now they start off since they are children.

Such is the case of a minor of fourteen years of age who has not yet been identified but was shot by police of the State of Mexico in a brutal confrontation they had with criminals.

Through social networks, information began to spread about the minor, who allegedly belonged to a criminal group that operates in and around Mexico City, since at a young age he already had a long history of crimes.

It is said that at fourteen years of age he has already committed seven homicides, 45 robberies with violence, and at least 8 cases of abuse.



A couple of hours ago a photo started circulating on Twitter confirming that he died in a shootout with the Police; However, it is not known if it is really a criminal, because the information is imprecise.

Users of social networks expressed their outrage, saying that it is unprecedented that a child of fourteen years is dedicated to murder, abuse and stealing at such a young age; however, they emphasized that this is the result of the Mexico in which they live.

Others, even though he was a child, said it was good to 'annihilate’ him, because as time progressed he would become more bloodthirsty.

29 comments:

  1. 14 years old but the kid looks more like 9 or 10 due to malnourishment.

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    1. Maruchan diet is not a very good diet. Rest in piece lil punk

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  2. Like those opponents here in the US against life sentences for kids. A very controversial issue of a morally unjust standpoint for many.

    Where do we as a society stand regarding sentencing guidelines and excessive force by law personel towards young offenders?

    Moral responsibility and accountability will often be at odds when it comes to protecting their communities and its citizens.

    I believe this question should be applied towards the judiciary system for allowing this individual to be released into society? Along with any rehabilitation evaluation (medical / psychological) to safeguard its society.

    Nevertheless, STILL A VICTIM of his social / environment and justice itself.



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    1. A report recently released by UNICEF indicates in the last 7 years 10,500 minors were murdered in Mexico.
      Figured everyone can see these statistics towards the battle brewing between opponents towards the treatment of minors in criminal justice.

      E42




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  3. If he was cjng than good riddance

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    1. A cheerleader here apoyando sus mammadas.
      All cartels kill!

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  4. Got what he deserves

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  5. Good riddance

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  6. Like the article said, killer kids have been around for a long time. Today, there are videos mostly from Brazil,Africa, and Islamic Middle East feature pre-teen and teen killers.
    Of course, there is Mexico. Who can forget the video of young "Ponchis" watching a torture victim strung up like a pinata and being beaten with a club?

    There are many videos available, but here is one showing what African kids are capable of.

    https://youtu.be/OMwI5unlK9M

    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. Mexico watcher or vato loco, but the other day you said feminine rose, make up your mind. Ese purro Michiacan

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    2. @Mat 9 10:04 AM: Orale carnal, thanks for the reply... I don't want to be inconsistent or puzzle. I've had some issues with my various Internet web site identities (passwords) mostly due to my not always understanding login, Nabble, registration, etc. My Bad.

      BTW: Here is the quote from Chivis I mentioned on her 2013 comments on kid killers. It is worth reading for the wisdom it contains.
      Mexico-Watcher
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      "ChivisDecember 29, 2013 at 9:28 PM
      Feyman..
      It is an impossible question to answer in this small space. BUT, I will say I have worked side by side with "psychologists" in Mexico and was taken aback at what is considered certified psychologist in Mexico. There is no degree required or internship as is structured in the US for a PHD, no boards, nothing. Just teachers, who BTW do not have to be certified to teach, but they go to government sponsored workshops.

      They do have medical doctors of course that are psychiatrists. But those are usually heads of large facilities or departments of medical centers.

      And I will give you an example of a case I funded of a 10 year old suicidal child. She was in numbing grief after losing her best friend and cousin who was 3 months younger than her. They were glued at the hip. I took her to one therapist who feel asleep TWICE in therapy. Then to a shrink who advised "allow the natural grieving process for a year and then we can treat" she attempted suicide. and this was a MD.

      for Ponchis. he was "assessed" by either a shrink or psychologist, but not treated in the traditional way as we know treatment to be. Mexico does not spend money on: troubled kids, kids traumatized by the drugwar, impoverished kids, and marginalized groups of children such as found in indigenous communities.

      I do not think Ponchis can be saved. especially since he is not receiving help. actually the best thing would have been that he stay in the US to get the help, helping him helps humanity.

      But my heart strings are tugged at by the fotos of him as a toddler. He had no chance, he was born addicted to cocaine, placed in foster care, adopted by the one positive force in his life...his grandmother, who then dies a couple of years later. He was then on the streets.

      What you say about genetic component I believe has validity. Though I think environment, and medical treatment can supersede that. But Once unleashed it is just about impossible to put the genie back in the bottle.

      what bothers me mostly and is so telling is Ponchis saying after the first two he killed just to kill, without orders to kill. An example riding in a taxis and deciding to kill the driver.

      That is the genie that exploded from the bottle IMO.
      Paz"

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    3. Vato Loco used to be Otis.
      Using children to do crimes and war is a crime their elders must answer for, but the state needs to be accountable for not keeping them in school and keeping them SAFE there, many accuse their parents who have to work two shifts or dusk to dawn without any assistance or help or abortion services some in government or cburchconsider too expensive and sin. They are even against prevention, But never against themselves getting horny

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    4. It certainly has exploded . I live in Melbourne Australia . While most people won't buy coffee , Tea , diamonds, without a fair trade certificate . Cocaine @ %40-%60 purity @ $300-400 per gram , a lot of money to spend for a buzz . Yet no one considers the human cost over here . Been reading BB for years , It has taught me that all drugs are " BLOOD DRUGS " , and it shames me that the world , well my part has no idea the misery it's causing whole generations born in the wrong environment at the wrong time are being taught to kill . so we can rack up lines and feel good . Since the only news I read bout Mexico is from this blog , l feel sad , scared and lost in da hope that maybe oneday BB won't have to exist anymore . I perish the thought

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    5. @11:04 just re-read the San Diego Trib’s four-part series on Ponchis, and damn that kid never had a chance. I don’t think the being born addicted to cocaine was a huge influence on Ponchis—the biggest influence was the fact that his parents didn’t give a shit about their son. After being adopted by his grandparents and moving to Mexico, Ponchis was OK for a few years. However, after Ponchis’ grandmother died, Ponchis’ father moved back to Mexico to live with the family. Ponchi’s father chilled with Julio Radilla Hernandez (El Negro) at the family home. Ponchi’s father was the one who got Ponchis started working for El Negro. Ponchis’ Father essentially sold his son into organized crime; when the other family members discovered what Ponchis was doing when he would go off with El Negro, Ponchis’ father told them to mind their own business and that Ponchis was helping the family. I blame Ponchis’ father for most everything that happened to Ponchis.

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  7. "This is the result of the Mexico in which they live". Sad but true
    Mn

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    1. The product of one's social / economic environment brought upon by all. Where responsibility and accountability resides to all (parents, communities and lack of government social services).




      Sad indeed

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    2. 9:51 this is the result of a corrupted environment in mexico, brought upon the land by the US dictated war ON drugs and the 36 billion dollars they spent in mexico to turn it all to shit.

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    3. Blame the Spanish conquistador they conquered Mexico in the first place... and yet Mexicans still look around for someone else to blame... Mexico could be a world leader it apparently chooses not to....

      GC

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  8. Pobre cuate, tan joven, tan chaparro y tan mamon, ah, no, pero eso si,
    Tenia que andar ahi de caliente.

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  9. Child killer rip.

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  10. In my comments above, I mentioned the notorious "El Ponchis". Here is a 2013 Borderland Beat entry on him.
    Please note Chivis' comments on kids with serious mental health problems.
    [Chivis: Your comments are truly golden. You are one wise person.]

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2013/12/teen-sicario-el-ponchis-said-back-in.html#comment-form

    Mexico-Watcher

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  11. Sol, this is the kind of thing that is just heartbreaking......no better future in sight.

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    1. Si, Yaqui triste. - Sol Prendido

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    2. sad, but don't cry, DO SOMETHING,
      ACTUALLY NAMING NAMES,
      helps a lot more than feeling sad

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  12. Unfortunately most of the poor and innocent youth in mexico are led to believe that this profession is one that is glamorous and prestigous

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  13. Good. Rot in hell.

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  14. You give up any mercy for being a child or woman when you become a killer.

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