Sunday, September 8, 2019

Eduardo Neri Guerrero: Brother-in-law of current mayor is kidnapped on video by state police

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY BB follower from Uno Noticias Guerrero and Proceso

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 CHILPANCINGO, Gro. (apro) .-  The town of Eduardo Neri's PRD mayor,  Pablo Higuera, brother in law of  Abel Lucena, accused state police of raiding a home and abducting Lucena in the town of Zumpango, in the Central region of the entity.

In response, the head of the State Public Security Secretariat (SSP), David Portillo Menchaca, who was asked to file the formal complaint with ministerial authorities, and announced that the Internal Comptroller's Office has already opened an investigation against the uniformed parties involved in the incident.

The dawn of August 31, through the Special Forces Unit (UFE), the SSP conducted an operation in the town of Zumpango, located 10 kilometers from the capital, without so far the authorities have reported on that event.
However, yesterday a video was broadcast on social networks where two official patrols and at least six state police officers entering a home are observed.

The images reveal the moment when at least three uniformed men enter the house of a large gate and fence. Then, a man gagged in the face appears on the scene, subdued by other state police.

The detainee is transferred from the property and then police leaves the place in the same way..

The man was identified as Abel Lucena, brother-in-law of the current mayor of Eduardo Neri, who to date is missing, 

Before the accusation of forced disappearance and search of residence against state agents, the SSP issued a statement admitting the police action.

“In the SSP we have knowledge of the video that circulates in social networks in which elements of the UFE appear. We invite those affected to submit their complaint to the Internal Comptroller’s Office that already investigates what happened, ”said the head of the state agency, David Portillo, who in 2014 served as head of the Federal Police in Guerrero, when on the 26 and 27 of September, 43 normalistas of the Normal Rural de Ayotzinapa  disappeared.


20 comments:

  1. Like a Kafka novel. It's hard not to feel nihilistic hopelessness for the state when you read something like this. YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO PROTECT PEOPLE FROM CRIMINALS, NOT COMMIT CRIMES AGAINST THEM. The response in particular is galling. File a complaint with internal affairs?!? Fuck you.

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    1. “YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO PROTECT PEOPLE FROM CRIMINALS, NOT COMMIT CRIMES AGAINST THEM“

      Welcome to METHico, bro.

      El Cabrón de Tamaulipas

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    2. And we wonder why its citizens do what they do. Trust in government or municipal agencies are a wash.

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  2. Hay una gran diferencia en las realidades entre vivir esto y simplemente leer al respecto. La policía viene a media noche y tú desapareces. si corres te disparan escapando. O te entregan fotos de tus hijas y dicen que son tanto vulnerables. Si muero es porque soy viejo y debería haber muerto hace años por un mal corazón. Guerrero es como podrido con gusanos que sobresalen. Petlatlan, Joaquín Báez, comandante de la policía federal, me dijo que tomaría un trabajo en cualquier lugar y que se mudaría de inmediato. Lo único seguro que dijo fue aquí, en la carratera federal 200, en una reten revisando a carros por placas falsificada. La Unión es otra ciudad que es conocida por crímenes abiertos sin protección. Y la PGR dice que todo es normal.

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    1. If you are not reading the comments from -Desde Tierra Caliente---you are missing out. Consistently informative.🙌

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    2. Por los gabachos - There is a big difference in the realities between living this and just reading about it. The police come at midnight and you disappear. if you run they shoot you escaping. Or they give you pictures of your daughters and say they are so vulnerable. If I die it is because I am old and I should have died years ago for a bad heart. Guerrero is like rotten with protruding worms. Petlatlan, Joaquín Báez, commander of the federal police, told me that he would take a job anywhere and move immediately. The only sure thing he said was here, in the federal highway 200, in a checkpoint for cars forged plates. The Union is another city that is known for open crimes without protection. And the PGR says that everything is normal.

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    3. What about for us English speakers chivis? ^_^

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  3. Hay una gran diferencia en las realidades entre vivir esto y simplemente leer al respecto. La policía viene a media noche y tú desapareces. si corres te disparan escapando. O te entregan fotos de tus hijas y dicen que son tanto vulnerables. Si muero es porque soy viejo y debería haber muerto hace años por un mal corazón. Guerrero es como podrido con gusanos que sobresalen. Petlatlan, Joaquín Báez, comandante de la policía federal, me dijo que tomaría un trabajo en cualquier lugar y que se mudaría de inmediato. Lo único seguro que dijo fue aquí, en la carratera federal 200, en una reten revisando a carros por placas falsificada. La Unión es otra ciudad que es conocida por crímenes abiertos sin protección. Y la PGR dice que todo es normal.

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    There is a big difference in the realities between living this and just reading about it. The police come at midnight and you disappear. if you run they shoot you escaping. Or they give you pictures of your daughters and say they are so vulnerable. If I die it is because I am old and I should have died years ago for a bad heart. Guerrero is like rotten with protruding worms. Petlatlan, Joaquín Báez, commander of the federal police, told me that he would take a job anywhere and move immediately. The only sure thing he said was here, in the federal highway 200, in a checkpoint for cars forged plates. The Union is another city that is known for open crimes without protection. And the PGR says that everything is normal.
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  4. It is not safe to travel north from Acapulco on the 200.

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  5. Absolutely Agree !
    Gracias, Desde Tierra Caliente.......

    Paz, Yaqui

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  6. Lots of abuses,but how do you know this man was/is not a criminal?

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  7. so the government admitted it was its agents that carried this out, so where those agents arrested? or on the run?

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  8. My family is from Guerrero that state is a joke a lot of cowards there in sandals that sell out for a couple dollars. Most groups there are just gangs of a cell or two that dedicate themselves to extortion and kidnapping.

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  9. Which cartel would this be? CJNG?

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  10. Was the brother in law, connected to crime, then that would be understandable that they took him.
    Furthermore if state police have UFE, special forces unit, should they be out catching high ranking cartel members. I never hear them going after them, it is no wonder, crime continues to grow without putting a dent.

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  11. In Iguala a few years back I was wanting to take some money from the atm machine near the Soriano grocery store. My companion, a native of Mexico, told me not to. He said that because the police car was parked near the front of the ATM, they where likely checking to see who would be taking out large amounts of money. And then we watched the police go into the shop behind the atm, that shared a common wall, and they walked out with what looked like a money deposit bag.,... Nothing new, just another confirmation of the way it is.

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    1. your friend gave good advise. if you have to take out money go to a bank or small atm amts. I have only used atm once in the city of monterrey and it was enclosed atm plus I had two guys with me and I still was scared. along the border it is best to go into the US but other places tread very cautiously

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  12. There’s a video where la familia Michoacana kidnaps over 50 civilians and kill some with some wooden sticks of steel. Crazy video I got piss at that shit. Fuck La Familia Michoacana for messing with the people

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