Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Former Head of SEIDO Anti Kidnapping Unit Accused of Torture and Murder

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
FGR accuses Gualberto Ramírez, former head of the SEIDO anti-kidnapping unit of torture and other crimes. Four Police Officers arrested last Friday in this case belong to INTERPOL Mexico.

Gualberto Ramírez Gutiérrez, is the former head of the Unit Specialized in Investigation of Crimes in Kidnapping Matters (UEIDMS), of the Office of the Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime Investigation (SEIDO), of the Attorney General's Office (FGR), until last 9 July.  

He is now accused by the institution itself, among other crimes, of simulation of evidence, crimes against health, criminal association and torture, in a file that includes seven other public officials and a private lawyer.



According to the newspaper Reforma, based on sources of the Judicial Branch of the Federation, it indicates that the arrest warrant requested and granted by the Prosecutor's Office derives from a complaint filed by Ana Patricia Moller Vuilleumier, on May 28 of this year, and ratified last June 18.

The sources of the newspaper indicated that of the nine people included in the accusations, four were arrested last Friday and are police officers of INTERPOL Mexico, who are attached to the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) of the FGR itself.

The arrest warrant was granted to the FGR by Felipe de Jesús Delgadillo Padierna, Control Judge of the Federal Criminal Justice Center of the South Prison, who recently ratified the justified preventive detention of María del Rosario Robles Berlanga, former head of the secretariats Social Development (Sedesol) and Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development (Sedatu), during the Government of Enrique Peña Nieto.  

He is one and the same Control Judge that ordered the release of 27 of the 32 detainees in an operation in Tepito.

In addition, according to the same newspaper, Ramírez Gutiérrez was denounced by the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) for irregularities in the investigation of the disappearance of the 43 students of the Rural Normal Raúl Isidro Burgos de Ayotzinapa.

The now former federal official belonged to the UEIDMS and has held that position since there was still the Attorney General's Office , ie the PGR, in the administration of former President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa.

16 comments:

  1. Hell the head of anti kidnapping involved in murder, I knew it people that work in office are currupted, can't trust them.

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  2. What a surprise (sarcasm)
    Not the first time this happened, police are crooks in Mexico

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    1. Police in Mex = cartel with badge

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  3. "Your honor, the Office of the Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime Investigation (SEIDO) was the license provided to me to by the government to capture and punish organized crime figures that stood in our way" Sure innocents go caught in the net, but that's why we have "collateral damage". The defense rests.

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    1. Thank you Senor, please accept our most sincere apologies for your inconvenience and much thanks for your considerable gift to my modest retirement fund. Go with god...


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  4. Higher ups know full well, they can get away with crime.

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  5. ese chilango tiene toda la cara de psycho y sadico

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  6. Tiene cara de maliante y maton.

    Queso

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  7. includes seven other public officials and a private lawyer. Everyone in position of power from the lowly policia vial to the President in Mexico are on the dole. They take these offices to steel and make their money off the backs of the innocents. You do not know who to trust here.

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  8. Mexico never ceases to amaze me their government!When I was doing some small contract work for the federal government in Canada you wouldn't believe what I had to go through.3 pages full of conflict of interests I could not be associated with and security checks (there's 3 levels of them).Now it's being fingerprinted.I am surprised also that in Mexico some of those jobs in government are pretty cushy salary wise that someone doesn't turn some of these guys in so they can move up but it's probably because nothing happens and I just thought now of another thing,the more they have on a guy,the more they can extort some of that salary so the real bad guys are put in those positions.Sad.

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  9. Real life "Man on Fire" Denzel Washington

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    1. That is a good movie. 🎥

      Queso

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    2. There is a special place in hell for all these heartless beings, dont worry vengance is the lords not any humans!

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  10. Par for the course.

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