Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Video of the attack that left 5 dead in Acapulco bar

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Quadratin Guerrero



ACAPULCO, Gro., July 23, 2019.- A video circulating on social networks shows the exact moment of the attack on customers of “Mr. Bar”, which occurred on Sunday morning in the Condesa subdivision of the port, and left as balance Five people dead and six wounded.

In the images, which were captured by a security camera, it is observed when two men arrive, one thin and the other robust, who exchange words with another man, and then continue walking. The robust individual points to the thin one, towards a table filled of people.

The latter approaches and pulls out a weapon, while the other one stands a few meters behind and seconds later leaves, just before the other man starts firing at the occupants of the table, who throw themselves on the ground, run or stand.

They crawl to try to protect themselves. The aggressor withdraws, but in his flight continues firing at those who pass near him, while trying to leave the place.

Quadratín Guerrero reported that on Monday at a press conference, prosecutor Jorge Zuriel de los Santos Barrila said the victims belong to a criminal group dedicated to extortion, led by a man known as El Veinte, who was arrested a few months ago and was responsible for controlling the collection of fees in nightclubs and restaurants in the Coast; and that they were attacked by an opposing gang.

49 comments:

  1. Pulls it out, racks the slide like a moron, switches back to the shooting hand and fires. I guess the people across from him were in shock or didn't think fast enough to hit the deck. That was a lot of time. Lack of awareness while partying in Mexico is poor decision making. Don't go out to party unless you are cool with your fate being 50/50.

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    1. Lies...depends where you are. Same thing can jappen at a nightclub in Chicago. Generalizing is simply ignorant.

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  2. Jejajajaja the tough guy that wouldn’t move when the shooter walked in. Finally got his butt down

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    1. He was in on it.

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    2. I agree he was just standing there when he was shooting and calmly sat down really slow.

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  3. What is this world coming to?

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    1. @3:24 PM: Actually, the world is ever changing with periods of "good and bad" upheavals due mainly to man-made and natural disasters and also to advance in science and technology. Of course, we earthlings are going to continue experiencing bio-psycho-social "readjustments" i a kind a ratchet effect of 5 steps forward one step back.
      Come back in 20-30 years and see where the world is then*. (BTW, my OpEd is based on readings like "The Age of Spiritual Machines" by Ray Kurzweil, 1999 ; "The Sentient Machine" by Amir Husain, 2017, and "Blueprint" by N. Christakis, 2019).
      Mexico-Watcher
      * Can you think of where mankind will be in the near future. Give it a try...blow your own mind; have fun.

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    2. Foreign relations minister Marcelo Ebrard has spoken about the "reciprocity" of the US weapons dealers still flooding Mexico with their wares and impunity, in cahoots with their government that complains "about the Mexicans allowing caravans" to go through the country to the US seeking refuge from the US SOA trained graduated criminals and their Gangbangers.
      --Of course the response was "we'll see"

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    3. You mean what is Mexico coming to. Well I can tell you it's a lawlessness country where you can get away with murder. All the cartels and government care is on how to rake money into thier pockets. Then we have a president, that has done minimal, to reduce the homicide rate. I am moving to Costa Rica, where they say it's still safe. Dona Leb. Del Guadalupe here I come.
      El Perin de Tamp.

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    4. Death is roaming everyday in Mexico lindo.

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    5. Death roams everywhere, get used to it.

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    6. Always funny to see someone blame the US for problems in Mexico.

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    7. 8:01 after declaring war on public corruption at the highest levels of the Mexican government, there has been a preparation of Guardia Nacional that after 6 months of preparation has been deployed to hot spots, more are getting ready.
      You may think ALL EL PRESIDENTE HAS TO DO IS shake his dick at things and they get done, while criminals are making sure the dead do not make it to their amnesty, AMLO is not their mommy.
      SORRY, every citizen needs to do their part, don't wait for Federales who might be as corrupt or worse than the cartels

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    8. 8:19 it has been recorded by many American historians that the US is at fault, not the whole American society, but businessmen, politicians for sale, international men of intrigue, banksters, puppets and puppeteers of the military industrial complex and the drug trafficking business complement the US war machine.
      --Latin American cartels are just little subsidiaries.
      You need to brush up on your history books and stop jerking off with arid uninformed comments on BB.

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    9. awww...8:31 must have got their feelings hurt.

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    10. Have to agree with 8:31 to some extent. Pharmaceutical companies like drugs outlawed because they want the market. Lobbyists “donate” to political figures which in turn keep things the way they are. Addiction is criminalized so the government itself, private prisons, and even weapon dealers all make a profit. Meanwhile, innocents are slaughtered and/or traumatized, families and individual lives ruined, societal progress is halted, and everyone is pointing fingers at everyone else so we can stay divided. US government and those that influence them are the legal winners

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  4. Extortionists exploit the fears of their victims. No mercy. Five fewer criminals and that's good. Question is will the gang that commissioned this hit move into the vacancy? One day Mexico will proudly say, no!

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    1. Wasn't five fewer criminals, though. One of the dead was a waiter just trying to earn a paycheck. Died on his way to the hospital.
      And then you have the other 6 people shot for merely being in the same bar.

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  5. I’m no private investor but the tall guy in light shirt knew it was going to happen. He signals his girlfriend over as soon as the assassin walks up. Then hold his girl friend as the shooting starts and has minimal reaction as the shooting takes place shooter even uses him as a stand to take more shots with out him responding.
    The other guy that came in even pointed to what position the assassin to take. Then disappeared into the crowd. There were obvious targets. The guy made sure to to shoot any of the pretty women sitting next to his position

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    1. Man u otta become a reporter! Pretty cool how u regurgitate exactly that what all of see by watching da video

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    2. Probably just drunk off his ass.

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    3. Pinchis Cacapulquenos, siempre se los chingan...
      Ah, pero eso si, ahi van de calientes a la disco.

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    4. Thanks Matlock

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    5. When did private “investors” become detectives????

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    6. Lmao. Man. This is 4:13. I can’t tell if you guys are actually complementing me on my mere observation. Or throwing some sliders at me. Anyways. Any update on arrests ? Because it seems like half the club knew about it lol

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    7. We are not complimenting, much less complementing you, we are cutting you down to size.
      I read somewhere that the shooter was caught soon after, Guardia Nacional was in the premises. May have taken a little to react.

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  6. Ye man,get on the big guys reaction,he must have gave the call they were in the c!ub,he doesn't even turn around when dude starts cappin off,he casually bends down and the shooter even fires over him.Why is he cappin the women ?

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    1. Women are with those criminals they probably get money from them also. Plus the mentality alot of Mexican guys have towards “viejas locas” made it easier for them to not think twice to cap em

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    2. Thanks brother,you get a green light to keep it up

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  7. Anything and everything goes in Mexico.

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  8. Thanks for the update Chivas... Most locals stay out of the Condesa.

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    1. That's not true. The Condessa is the heart of tourism (like Ocean Avenue, but called Costera) It used to only be upper middle class Americans, Canadiens. This whole strip until 4am was droves of normal looking people on vacation and locals, but back then the locals looked "normal" Now they really look like the lowest form of life. Just being honest. With that said, locals still go out along the Costera as there are no more American tourists or nice restaurants around there. It's just canta bars, crappy bars like this one, and many taco joints with an occassional normal restaurant mixed in. The cabbies and hotels like to say it's so safe along the Costera. As you see it's not. I follow Acapulco and weekly there's murder along this tourist strip. It's actually simply put amazing how much murder goes on there. It's also very run down.

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    2. That's so false it hurts. This was an afters antro which made most of its money from locals who worked on the Costera. Most of the bars close around 3, that's when this place (illegally, they were being fined) got going. Got its share of Chilangos too. Everyone killed and wounded here was from Acapulco.

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    3. I forgot to add, most of the Good locals, stay out if Condesa. I was told this in 1997, when Condesa was still "good".

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    4. @12:29

      You hit it right on the head.,..Most folks with money stay in the Diamante or Las Brisas....The Condesa has become Lacra Central.

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    5. The Costera is the name of the road that starts from Caleta to the Naval Base. The Condesa is one section of the Costera. It more or less starts from La Diana to Sanbornes/ Calinda hotel. BTW, Sanbornes is still a nice place to have breakfast or lunch. Air conditioned, nice view of the bay, safe parking also. All the cucarachas are hiding and or sleeping at this time of of day.

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  9. I'm not sure about you but if I knew shooting was about to start I'd move myself and my girlfriend somewhere else....far away.

    Looks like the guy's too drunk or high to do much of anything other than stand there.

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  10. This junque must have happened some in the old days, but I don't remember it. Feminicidios happened, in Juarez in the '80s, the stories on local crimes use to be child molesters and things like that. How strange, unfathomable.

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  11. Virrey Castillo's Attorney General dies in copter crash today. Incredible this guy was still in a position of power.

    https://lavozdemichoacan.com.mx/morelia/helicoptero-donde-viaja-martin-godoy-castro-perderia-comunicacion/

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    1. 9:48 thank God, the world has gained a lot,
      see the Mophaka in hell...

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  12. The question is why do people continue to vacation or party in acapulco it's common sense at the most basic level to know that it's a dangerous shithole there and yet they continue to put themselves at risk for a few hours of fun smh

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    1. It's mostly locals. Tourists don't go to those bars and frankly there aren't many tourists. Anyone with class or money, you notice I differenciate as money doesn't = class wouldn't hang out in those places. Just a month or so ago, they killed 4 people in a Canta bar, same strip/street, further up across from restaurant El Cabrito. For those of you that don't know Acapulco, it's utterly breathtaking to see it's downfall and to see the drop in class of tourists in town. The Diamante area still gets some class, but in town, it's low life central now....A damn shame

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    2. Mexico warnings aren’t in the media in other countries as much as the US. Many Canadians go mostly these days.

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  13. Childrens are imortals. Ellos lo creen. Todo lo malo le pasa a otras personas. Pero son inmunes. Son fuertes y pueden salir y la violencia no los toca. Esto es mucho en error. Así que triste

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  14. Child-singlular, one.
    Children- plural, more than one.
    Viva Las carnitas.

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  15. What people have to remember is, Acapulco is only four hours from Mexico City by car. The next decent beach is Plays Ventura two and half hours south of Acapulco. Ixtapa is four hours north of Acapulco. That drive North is a gamble. So Acapulco it is. It has been crowded lately. Just Stay out of Condesa at night

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