Wednesday, August 28, 2019

SSP (Secretaría de Seguridad Pública) arrests men and turns them over to criminal group


Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz - A video that began to circulate on social networks indicates that the young men were handed over to criminal groups. Family members had already reported their disappearance.


Two young people who were kidnapped last Saturday night are still missing. But a video started making the rounds online where both are handcuffed and heavily armed men murder them.


Both are neighbors of the Trópico de la Rivera colony. They are said to be victims of a forced disappearance by alleged SSP elements. The victims are Agustín Javier Ronzón Gobzalez, 30 years old and his friend Josimar Ríos López, 29, who were intercepted by a Fuerza Civil patrol.

The young men were traveling in a privately owned car that has yet to be found,. Relatives of the young men who are said to be friends since childhood claimed they were intercepted by uniformed police on Miguel de la Madrid street. They were traveling aboard a gray Chevrolet car with a Veracruz license plate number YBZ-8643.

Relatives pointed out that so far the whereabouts of both young men are unknown. Family members fear that one of them may be a person who appeared dead in the Coatzacoalcos river on the Villa de Allende side.

It should be noted that today a video began to circulate where both subjects are blindfolded, handcuffed and are being interrogated by heavily armed subjects. Of notice is when they are asked during the interrogation: Why were you detained?

Video translation is as follows:

Sicario : Whats your name ?
Detainee: Josimar Lopez.
Sicario: Where are you from?
Detainee: Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz.
Sicario: Whats your primary purpose?
Detainee: Selling drugs. 
Sicario: Why were you detained?
Detainee: For being a chapuline. 
Sicario: And you what’s your name?
Detainee: Agustín Javier Ronzón Gobzalez.
Sicario: Where are you from?
Detainee: Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz.
Sicario: Whats your primary purpose?
Detainee: I’m a chapuline.

Sicario: This will be the fate of all chapulines. No drugs will be sold here without approval. Drugs without the proper seal isn’t worth a shit. All of southern Veracruz  already has an owner. Everyone already knows this. Be on your fucking toes. We already have that fucking purge going on. You fools already know who we fucking are. You’re going to be killed for being dumbasses.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat noticierosureste

19 comments:

  1. Murder takes place at 54 seconds into video.

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  2. So criminals we're eliminated not innocent. But yet an agency turns them in to a local cartel to be killed.

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    1. Government sponsored death squads.

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  3. This was los zetas from Veracruz who killed these people they are very strong this city

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    1. Yeah but so are the golfos compa some of them even work for both cartels true story it's all about who pays more $$$$

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    2. @ 8:14 there are no golfos that south in Vera only Z and some cjng

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  4. What mean chapulines?

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    1. Grasshoppers, they switched sides.

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  5. Thanks for the video Sol

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  6. Ya no tienen a sicarios por eso ya tienen que buscar a niños para el topon.

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  7. ISIS like in the blood thirst. This serves to affirm the resolve of USA citizens to secure the border tighter than ever. If Mexican citizens allow this to happen there they may be inclined to overlook it in their neighborhoods here. Clean up this now Mr AMLO. It's on you. Grow a pair senor.
    True or not that is the impression.

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    1. Mexican government allowed this to happen. Its citizens don't give green lights to these criminals to operate. Much less receive any money like those state /government officials on the take.

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    2. How about instead of being in the middleeast we help Mexico... US soldiers are some of the best in the world... these junkies dont have anything on them

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    3. I agree. Time for American help. Hell... most of the soldiers here are Mexican and people of color.

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  8. Coatzacoalcos, Salma hayaks birth place and Z capital of Mexico

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  9. Wow we moved out of mexico. My kid grown and going to college. They got a chance in life

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    1. Exactly hermano,if we are decent human beings we can get along with each other in any environment without any gringo v mexican shit

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  10. That's what I really dislike about cartels these days! Junkies with guns fighting over the control of who gets to poison their own people and create more junkies! Don't be fooled into thinking one cartel or the other has any kind of moral high ground. They are all involved in local drug sales creating an addiction epidemic. The old days of drug SMUGGLING (only) are gone! Now the murders are more about who gets to sell a dime bag on which street corner. So sad!
    Mn

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