Thursday, August 1, 2019

Jalisco: 4 Kidnapped, One Dead Plus Bags of Body Parts near Safe House

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Proceso
Four people deprived of their liberty were rescued yesterday afternoon from a safe house found in San Sebastián El Grande, in the municipality of Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, the director of Homicides of the Jalisco Prosecutor's Office reported Wednesday.

In addition, in the house the body of a lifeless person was located, and 200 meters away from the property were found seven plastic bags with human limbs.

The director of Homicides - who asked that his identity be omitted for security reasons, since all the personnel of the unit were under threat of death - explained that they found the site when a person who was kidnapped managed to escape and pointed to the Tlajomulco police the place, which is located in a gap known as Camino a Los Molinos, in an unpopulated area.

The victims who were in the safe house still do not give a statement to the Public Ministry, since they are receiving medical attention, said the director.

The rescued are between 25 and 35 years old, were dehydrated, with non-serious injuries and at least had a week in captivity.  So far their identity is unknown or if they have a criminal record.

In the investigation of the property –which is only fenced and has an underground room where the victims were hiding–, personnel from the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences (IJCF), Civil Protection and a canine unit participate, and are expected to conclude this day .

The director of Homicides said that the IJCF still does not complete the review of the contents of the bags, and once it does, it will confirm how many bodies the limbs belong to.

So far this year, 10 safe houses have been found in the metropolitan area of ​​Guadalajara, four of them in Tlajomulco.

12 comments:

  1. Wonder if the fight is over the airport? Would make more sense.

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  2. El Carrete got captured. It was only a matter of time.

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  3. Projected murders this year 33,000

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    1. But Almo said the homicides are really low in Mexico.

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    2. 9:34 crime is a local business of local authorities, it goes from municipales to state to Federales, who then answer to federal authorities.
      I have never seen that crimes are a matter for the likes of you to push before the President of the Republic or to blame Him for.

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    3. Probably only time I agree with Jorge Ramos.

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    4. 3:23 jorgito Ramos needs to stay busy with guaido's Plastic Banana Revolution, he got lucky Maduro did not get him summarily executed when he gave him an interview.
      It gets to unbelievable how low people can stoop when somebody gives them their proper chayote and poppycock, even risking their, credibility for some bucks from the high and powerful, like Loret de Moolah and Lopez Doriga and dresser.

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  4. 'Safe house' seems kind of an ironic name in regards to places like this. >_<

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    1. 11:44 you would find ironic that that house was safe enough for criminals to keep prisoners of which only one escaped and kill a few more victims found in bags, Probably to be shipped to Mexico City Pozoleros for this Sunday.
      What I see is that CJNG has learned from Veracruz, where the governor "la Marrana" Duarte and his SSP del estado Arturo Bermudez alias "el Jaguar" made easy to get millions of dollars from kidnapping innocent people for ransom or property and killing them anyway. Tactics they imported from Colombia and guatemala, admiral of the Argentinian Armada Emilio Massera was an expert robber of his victims property, he used his loot to buy apartments for his vedettes and other prostitutes he also gave them jewelery and cash, all stolen from innocents or collected from his criminal urban guerrilla the Montoneros.
      Jalisco has been under the claws of politicians hiding behind CJNG like Veracruz, Tamaulipas, Nayarit, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Lion, Mexico City, the Yucatan, Baja Peninsula, Sonora and Sinaloa, etc etc, Always blaming the evil powerful narcos.

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  5. "the director of homicides, who asked for his identity to be omitted for security reasons" ... kinda not hard to find his name on the web lol.

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