Monday, October 28, 2019

Police pose as CDG members to kill civilians


A group of police officers pretended to be members of organized crime to kill a businessman, his son and his neighbor, in the municipality of Tihuatlán, Veracruz. According to various local media, members of the State Civil Force kidnapped and murdered the three victims after pretending to be members of the Gulf Cartel (CDG).

This narrative is in relation to the former employee of Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), Luis Ramírez Hernández and his son, Jair Ramírez Rivera, 61 and 26 years old, respectively. They were found naked, handcuffed and with signs of torture. Next to them was Carlos Eduardo Vásquez Antonio, a family neighbor.

Relatives of the three murdered men recognized the bodies, found in the San Pedro Miahupan community, Tihuatlán. According to their testimony, father and son were sleeping at home, in El Chote community, on the night of Wednesday, October 23, when elements of the Civil Force broke into their homes.


The brother of the head of the family, Luis Gerardo Ramírez Hernández, said that on that day, the command broke into the house of the former Pemex employee and took around 300,000 pesos, jewelry and two weapons that the family had for their protection. He also said that, according to neighborhood security cameras, it was discovered that his relatives were forced into a Civil Force vehicle and taken away. The afternoon before his abduction, the businessman had gone to the bank to withdraw a significant amount of money.

According to relatives, at least 8 subjects dressed in military uniforms, balaclavas, bulletproof vests and carrying long weapons, entered the home to commit the crime. Afterwards they called the residence and asked for 50,000 pesos of ransom, money. Of which was not delivered.

The bodies of the relatives were found on Thursday, October 24 in a secluded area of the Miahuapan community. It was around 9:40 a.m. when local police received a report on the finding of three naked bodies that were handcuffed, blindfolded, executed and with a single gunshot to their heads.

Their bodies were found in a pit. And next to them a narco message was discovered in which the matter placed the blame on the Gulf Cartel.

However, Gerardo Ramírez said he had reports that “three elements from their corporation had defected, since they hadn’t shown up to work once they were fully identified. Other unofficial versions indicate that they have already been detained. ”

Despite this, the Prosecutor denies these versions and so far has not made any official pronouncement on the alleged participation of police elements in the crime. “We ask for the intervention of the governor and the president of the Republic, since they are humble, hardworking people,” said the brother of the deceased.

Veracruz, a state drowning in violence


Veracruz is one of the states where the most violent events in the country have been recorded. It counts 835 homicides in the first six months of 2019, added to 114 femicides, 200 kidnapping cases and 2295 vehicle thefts and 241 complaints filed for theft of cattle.

According to data from the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP), it is in sixth place at the national level in the number of homicides.

The violence experienced in the entity, which increased exponentially since the government of Javier Duarte and has not yielded with the current administration of the morenista Cuitláhuac García. Which has led the federal government to consider Veracruz as one of the priority states for the operation of elements from the National Guard (GN).

Veracruz has been the protagonist of the most heinous crimes attributed to drug cartels, and this entity, located in the Gulf of Mexico, is a key point in the distribution of drugs to the rest of the world.

According to the current governor Cuitláhuac García. Within this entity at least 6 cartels operate there: Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) “Zetas Vieja Escuela”, Cártel del Noreste Z, Cárteles Unidos (Cartel de Sinaloa united with Los Ántrax and Mando Sur Gente Nueva) and Jarochos Unidos.

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23 comments:

  1. Police we're on the take, MEXICO is so lawless, that even the police are committing outrageous crimes.

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    1. The Mexican police commit crimes every day by imposing their piso to anyone when lunchtime is coming. Moreover, when their mistress needs her nails done.
      But it's the citizens fault for giving than going to court & paying.
      Then again, regardless of who one pays it goes to someone's pockets (judge / police).
      It's me for christ sake.

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    2. Maybe it's hyper violent because there is no police union lawyers to help cover up for them

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    3. Oh please. Look around you, there are unethical people all around you. Maybe they don’t murder someone but they are breaking the rules to benefit themselves everyday. Opioid industry, Wall Street, housing market - how do these people live with themselves knowing they are screwing someone else over for their benefit. I live in a place where the sheriff and his police officer son were on the take - kept confiscated drugs and sold them. I’m on the north side of the border. When people are desperate....

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  2. Extorcionadores seran capturados y puesto en desposicion de grupo exterminardor -- La limpia comenzara muy pronto atte: Jarochos Unidos

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  3. Sad part is that this isn’t anything new.

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  4. This is outrageous, unbelievable this is going on and nobody is doing nothing.

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  5. Truly disgusting and disrespectful to public service.

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  6. Time for martial law. Bring in the death penalty and execute all narcos in prison and outside prison. Then restore the gov. back to the people in 5 yrs.

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    1. 938 you forgot to mention the currupted government officials, that have thier pockets full of bribe money.

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  7. Who can blame these cops when they see narcos getting away with anything they want. The whole judicial system is on a downslide.

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    1. @10:21 You dip shit!

      “Who Can blame these cops.” What kind of comment it that?

      Police take an oath to uphold the law and serve its citizens. What they did to this family is a travesty.

      Queso

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  8. CDG should out a hit on these Cops for placing the Blame on CDG.

    The people at the bank who tipped off the Cops about the withdrawal of the money should also be dealt with.

    -Justicia

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    1. I'm sure its being arranged.

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  9. Fken police killed an honest working family, they did not deserved to be killed.

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  10. Moonlighting seems to pay better than thier day job.

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    1. As if moonlighting cops here in the US or worldwide don't participate in this behavior. Whether stealing, kidnapping or killing for the quick come up.

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    2. CDG will take care of the moonlighting putos by the end of the week.

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  11. @9:38 100% agree with you. fight fire with fire, execute the sub-humans on site

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  12. Then you wonder why they kill Mexican cops

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  13. Dont you think the cops are CDG. Just low key because they are cops.

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  14. Pretty sad when you can't even trust the cops. I feel so sorry for the innocent people of Mexico. Mexico is a beautiful country but to much corruption

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  15. More like these cops are Cdg and not posing at all. Wake up & smell the bullshit 🐮💩

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