Sunday, July 14, 2019

UPDATE: 21 Kidnapped Men Rescued from Forced Labor in Chihuahua

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                                  21 men kidnapped by the narcos rescued; they slept in caves
JULY 16: The Attorney General of Chihuahua, César Augusto Peniche announced that this kidnapping and forced labor of Mexican men was the work of the SINALOA CARTEL.

From six o'clock in the morning they were picked up to work and at night they were put in a cave, where they were watched by armed men who were in charge of beating them if they tried to escape.

Chihuahuam, Chihuahua: July 12, 2019
Elements of the State Agency of Investigation assigned to the West District District Prosecutor's Office in coordination with the State Commission for the Search of Persons, rescued 21 men who were held against their will in a camp, where they were forced to work in the cultivation of drugs.

Among the people rescued are several from different states of the Republic, who were taken with deception to areas of difficult access to prepare premises for the planting of poppies and marijuana.

The information states that two of them had a disappearance report in Cuauhtémoc and two more in the city of Chihuahua, where they were hooked under the promise of work in the placement of fences with a payment of 350 pesos a day.


The investigation that led to the location of the camp has its origin in a Research Folder that began to integrate about a year ago around the region of the municipality of Ocampo had people held hostage against their will as forced labor.

More than 50 elements of the State Agency of Investigation began the operation from last Tuesday, moving to the place known as "La Gallina" in the section of Yoquivo, municipality of Ocampo, which arrived after eight hours on the road, concluding the Thursday night with the rescue of the men held hostage.
In the story of the victims, they mention that from six o'clock in the morning they were picked up to work and at night they were put into a cave, where they were watched by other armed individuals who were responsible for beating and threatening them if they wanted to run away.
The agents secured a Chevrolet, Silverado, 2005 model truck, which was used to carry groceries, as well as a Kenwood communication radio with which the "watchmen" maintained communication with other subjects.

Among those rescued, there were those who had from 3 months to 2 1/2 years in the place of captivity.
The State Prosecutor General's Office carries out investigations into the crime of trafficking in persons and will hear the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office in relation to Organized Crime and Drug Trafficking.

31 comments:

  1. At least they got to keep their heads. This is like a feel good story compared to most.

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    1. So thats your way of defending cds? Theyre no better than cjng or zetas, theyre all the same shit just from a different a** hole

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  2. But, but, the pinchis narcos make about 500 billion dollars a year from drug trafficking, according to some Americans with a lot of imagination... And they bring it all back to Mexico they say to make it weigh more with the BS...
    In reality, the farmers always get paid the middleman's price, and as this report shows, they have fallen in hard times the more military, police and government steal the real narcos business, what next, after planting season and harvesting is over the captive slave labor gets to work a table dancers right there.

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    1. Police are the narcos

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    2. 11:20 of course, police are complicit, but MY POINT is that some ill advised peepol have been saying the Mexicans make about 500 billion dollars a year and they bring it back to Mexico which is a big hairy lie as usual about cartels.

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    3. I think it’s closer to $20 billion maybe. It’s not going to Mexico... just passing through to cartels. From there, who knows? Bullproof Silverado pickups? Diamond encrusted pistols? Cowboy boots? Hermes belts and Birkins? At least half the $20 billion goes into the wildlife hustle.

      That’s a good business to go into.... Purveyor of exotic animals FOR the cartels. The workers don’t get shit - especially these. That’s how slavery works. Rather than paying the people, they reward their work by not beating or killing them.

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  3. CDS controlled territory!
    Can't wait to see what sicario 006 has to say about this.
    Delta operators guarding caves or bullshit like that?

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    1. Not exactly La linea runs Ocampo and Uruachi. Cds does run guachochi

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    2. It's wash clothes day for Sacario today.

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    3. Ppl were picked up from la manzana.. Unless la linea did this intentionally to make look like it was gnt

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    4. It is bullshit! GN de el Tigre has La Manzana on Lock. These where people kidnapped by CDS!
      Linea has not taken over La Manzana since it lost it a few years ago.

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  4. This gente nuevas del tiger are desperate

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    1. 12:03 just because you get jumped by a tiger,
      that does not make YOU a tigress, much less a tiger...
      "No porque te echen el Salto del Tigere
      te vas a hacer una tigresa, much menos un tigere"

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  5. Es una cuestión de esclavitud. Prohibido por el derecho internacional. Si la gobernación no aborda esta indignación públicamente, entonces la gobernación misma debe ser examinada.

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  6. WTF does one human being feel they have the right to do this to someone else??

    Dr K

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  7. I’m starting to believe Gente Nueva doesn’t really protect el Pueblo.

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    1. Omg people finally opening their eyes.

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  8. CDS fanboy’s be like “we don’t harm innocents”

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    1. They are gonna say "its some other cartel trying to blame them", rat snitching cartel, it was probably some one of their own group who ratted them, thats their specialty

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    2. 5:31 wrong is wrong, but I suspect the low pay the agricultural wing of the drug trafficking receive on top of being forced to produce or die is forcing the slavery in their fields.
      And no way anybody can complain, the remedy is their torture and execution for snitching. If they catch you, that your problem.

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    3. 9:58 no doubt. Putting another human being into slavery is disgusting. I was just saying CDS people are always bragging about how they don’t harm innocents. Yet here they are enslaving people smh.

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    4. Los Muertos no hablan,
      pero sus autopsias si.

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    5. People always have somebody ready to blame, but it could be the army or the state police, let's have somebody confess to the lie detectors, they can't be any more expensive than real blood and flesh criminals.

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    6. Lie detectors hahaha.
      Open your fuckin eyes!
      CDS owns the area there. When they want to silence someone they have the money to do that. This is why the cops downplay deaths of theirs there also.
      Lie detectors and or their outcomes can be manipulated as well so just admit that CHINOLAS are the slave drivers here period.

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    7. 6:56 true that some people beat lie detectors, like some female Cuban spy, that worked with the CIA, BUT SHE WAS DEDICATED.
      --EPN had his director of Policia Federal Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos who failed lie detector miserably when he was director of SSP state of San Luis Potosi.
      Mexican politicians and criminals will confess quick, they have never bothered or trained for anything but taking kickbacks and kidnapping for ransom.

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  9. Its the loser cjng extorting innocent mexicans

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  10. Those stars in the map pic are places you DON'T want to visit in Chihuahua....

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  11. This is nothing new, the big media just doesn't report it much, it's not the agenda they are peddeling. Insite Come did a report in 2014 detailing how Mexico has the highest number of modern day slaves in the Americas estimating 266900 slaves at that time. Mexico has always had slavery problems it's just that most people only associate slavery with Africans. Mexico has always been an equal opportunity slave society.

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    1. 8:32 the Mexican government collects salaries for its slave maquila workers, then pay them whatever they want to pay,
      there are almost more slaves in the world than numbers to count them, that robbery makes many Mexican new millionaires, same way in China and Cuba, or there would be no maquila business.

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    2. The Colombian army and the Policia. Nacional were lifting peoe off the street "for military service" very often as guerrillas they would then send running for their lives to murder them and present as Falsos Positivos, guerrillas fallen in combat or to send to work as slave farm hands. Of course, the head honcho is still the US best friend, "doctor" Alvaro Uribe Velez...

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