Saturday, October 26, 2019

CDN: We Don’t Kidnap Families or Children


Nuevo Laredo, Mexico - Foreign media and authorities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported yesterday on the possible kidnapping of a Honduran migrant, by members of the dominant Cartel del Noreste in the city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

According to the information that developed, the criminals demanded the amount of $14,000 in exchange for the release of Honduran Ricardo Stewart “Mope”, an amateur former soccer player from northern Honduras, who was kidnapped with his son Cristhofer Stewart.


The kidnapped young man Stewart, is a former soccer player who lived in Tela Atlántida, Honduras. He played with teams such as Victoria (reserves), Sonaguera FC, among others. His aim was arriving to the United States, but he and his son allegedly remain under capture of the criminal organization Los Zetas of the CDN.

Worried relatives of the Hondurans have asked citizens for collaboration and asked for help to raise the $ 14,000.  The phone number +504 9837-9978 was made available for those who have news of "Mope" and his son. In addition, to coordinate financial aid for the rescue.


Through social networks, several family members joined the requests for help so that the criminals linked to the CDN ”release the Hondurans for whom $7000 is being asked for each one.

INITIAL INVESTIGATIONS

The Honduran ambassador to Mexico, Alden Rivera, recommended that affected families complete the process of presenting themselves at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tegucigalpa to formally file a complaint that they have lost contact or are being subject to extortion by groups of organized crime in Mexico.

“The information we have from the Tela family is the only one that is circulating through social networks, we are using that information to start the investigation process by first exhausting the possibility that they have been arrested for illegal migration in Mexico or are in some shelter, as well as that they have suffered some type of accident ”.


Rivera, stressed that, “we have a protocol for the search of people. We initially apply this to begin with before declaring that there is sufficient evidence to make a complaint with the Mexican authorities regarding an instance of kidnapping or deprivation of freedom, we are in that first initial stage. Afterwards we will proceed with the authorities ”.

The same coyote (human smuggler) kidnapped them.

Representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, reported yesterday that the kidnapped family that circulated through social networks in Mexico, was rescued last Wednesday thanks to the intelligence work of the Azteca police.

According to the report, the family of migrants, consisting of three minors and one adult, intended to arrive illegally to the United States, when they were kidnapped by members of a criminal gang, who made contact with their relatives in Honduras.

While she was being detained, the family was recorded with a phone by an armed thug who told them to say the name of a supposed coyote originally from Yoro, Honduras.

Victims under threats state that the man in the photo that appears on a cell phone is Carlos Luis Orellana Luján, and that he is from Morazán, Yoro, Honduras.

The Foreign Minister of Honduras, Lisandro Rosales, reported last Wednesday night on his Twitter account, that the Prosecutor of Mexico informed him about the rescue through the Honduran ambassador to Mexico, Alden Rivera.

In a communication with a local radio station, Ambassador Alden Rivera, explained that the compatriots had been kidnapped by the same "coyote" they hired to take them to the United States, who happens to be Honduran.

The diplomat added that at the time of the rescue the kidnapper was captured by the Mexican authorities.

"I would like to thank the Mexican authorities for the rescue of this Honduran family," Rivera said.

He said that victims may request asylum in Mexico for 12 months if they wish, or request that they be sent back to Honduras immediately.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat Source

35 comments:

  1. Video is safe for everyone to see. Nothing bad happens other than the mental anguish this family had to endure through.

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    1. “Nothing bad happens” is your choice of words. Would the family in the video say the same? Plenty of bad was happening, just not the worst bad things. Would you post the video with the article if it was your wife, daughter or sister?

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    2. To 9:55 no need to be rude he was just saying there was no head cutting or any type of torture he always let's people no if it safe for others to view the video you must be new on here.

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    3. Bullshit. 1:04 is being a jackass.

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    4. @1:55 I TOTALLY agree with 9:55.
      At best 1:04 is a non-thinking headless couch cowboy and at worst a stupid fuckin asshole!

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    5. 955 don't bite the messenger, Sol likes to update people in here like me, if the video will be gory to watch. That's all he is staying. Welcome to Mexico.

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    6. I didn’t find my reply rude. Asking a question. Would any of us want this video shown online if it was our daughter and wife?

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  3. This is straight up sad for a grown man to point a gun to the heads of women and her children .If he really had balls join the army and fight a real fight . I’m Mexican and this saddens to treat another human like a dog . CDN ain’t not hi no but cowards

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  4. It's same like sayinf that Hitler didn't gassed Jews.

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    1. Did he do it by himself?

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    2. @7:18 yes he did. What people don’t know is sicario 006 is his great grandson so obviously he could do anything by himself. Seriously, what is the point of asking that?

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  5. Unfortunately, many migrants from all over the world are being abused, raped, kidnapped and killed. Moreover, sold as a commodity to unsavory people.
    This trend was well enforced by the Zetas awhile back. Creating a hazardous environment for those seeking a better life.

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  6. La raza ya le dio piso a estos pendejos que hicieron esto. No somos Santos pero ese jale no Corre en nuestra compania y piso se las da si no hacen caso.

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  7. Just when you think you have hit the maximum capacity of absurdness, when reading about the troubles down south, you have this.

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    1. I’m thinking this has gone on and goes to countless family’s seeking to leave their country to provide some sort of life for themselves and their loved ones.

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  8. Hope these innocent family is returned safely.

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  9. Dont come.. go back. Do it legally or not at all. Nothin bad huh? Just a woman with a gun to her head and her child watching. I know what you're saying but its still BAD! You think this is normal because you live in a 3rd world shithole of your own making. Keep your politics and your narco culture in Mexico. You're not wanted here.

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    1. De seguro tienes un nopal en la frente mas grande que el mio y te crees gringo, what a pice of shit without an identity

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    2. Hes only telling the truth,take responsibility for your own actions,its Mexico's internal fault,no one else's.
      Cry about race all you like,its still Mexico's creation.

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  10. They dont traffic drugs either

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  11. Mexico needs a fresh start, amlo getting shit from all over the place.

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    1. AMLO's "Hugs no Bullets" either he has been paid off, or they threatened him.

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  12. Sol, Appreciate your work.. thank you.

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    1. Well thank you there bud. Can’t always seem to get it right but I’m trying away. Again thank you.

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  13. This is a new low. Using toddlers as props in one of these propaganda videos. The only thing worse was Gringo Acevedo’s men (CJNG) detonating the dynamite strapped to a 10-year-old’s neck.

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    1. U r only referring to a few 'incidents' which were published. With >100.000 people missing in Mexico since 2006 there are many many stories like these. Murders, rapes, tortures and mutilation of women, children and families are common in the lawlessness created by the WoD.

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  14. Sometimes thats the hardest part to watch especially when theres little kids involved . How does someone do shit like this ?

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  15. if the mexican cops caught the kidnappers, they should have shot them on the spot...as you would do with a poor, sick animal that might hurt you.

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  16. The bastard is a Mexican cop. We’ll never see his photo. Cause he’s free.

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  17. Amtone wgo does that is a straight up low life coward who deserves a long slow and painful death. Pointing a gun at a mother and her son and daughter. What a big fucking man he is. Punk ass coward. Mexicos needs the death penatly for anyone who kidnaps, or traffics people. Drugs are always going to be moved through Mexico, but this is another level of crime.

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  18. I don't understand, so the guy with the gun is cdn telling them to say the guy in the picture kidnapped them??

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  19. Mexico's strict immigration policies and they call everyone else racists and bigots,what a fuckin joke?

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