Monday, November 25, 2019

Alejandro Sandi and Frédéric Michel Rescued after abduction


Actor Alejandro Sandí and French citizen Frédéric Michel, who were kidnapped this Sunday morning in Nevado de Toluca, were rescued by federal and state authorities in the State of Mexico.

Hours earlier, the Secretary of Public Safety and Protection, Alfonso Durazo, reported that those responsible for the kidnapping had requested a ransom for the release of the victims.

The kidnapping of Mexican actor Alejandro Sandí and the French tourist identified as Frederic "N" occurred around 8:00 on this Sunday.

So far, the authorities have not disclosed details of the release or if any amount was paid for the rescue.


In a video broadcast on social networks, actresses Esmeralda Ugalde and Vanesa Arias narrated how the kidnapping of the actor was on the morning of this Sunday, when armed subjects intercepted them and took their vehicle.

"We were like any tourist, like any family going to visit Nevado de Toluca when armed subjects blocked our path, took Vanesa's truck," said Esmeralda.

After the kidnapping was announced, elements of the National Guard and state and municipal security carried out an operation to locate Alejandro and Fréderic.

French Justice opens investigation

The French Justice opened an investigation today for the alleged kidnapping of French national Frédéric Michel, who was captured along with the Mexican actor Alejandro Sandi the day before they visited Nevado de Toluca, to the west of the Mexican capital.

The investigation was opened by the court of Grand Instance in Paris, while investigators from the Central Office Against Violence, together with the French Foreign Ministry, will be responsible for making the inquiries, said the Parisien website.

The French authorities stressed that they "mobilize for a quick location" of their compatriot and expect a "close relationship with local authorities", and clarified that they will maintain discretion for a more effective search, Le Monde said.

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28 comments:

  1. This story reminds me the kidnapping of the Chivas soccer player "Alan Pulido" in Tamaulipas 2016. The guy was rescued after being abducted lol

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    1. Wasn't there another soccer player who got kidnapped but he escaped or is it the same one?

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    2. Alan pulido bit the shit out of 3 or 4 Zetas and escaped

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    3. It's the same one however a different soccer player Omar Ortiz goal keeper of Monterrey was arrested and convicted for a kidnapping. Supposedly he was part of the z organization.
      @5:53

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    4. Actually the soccer player was the kidnapper 😆

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    5. Wasnt the soccer player kidnapping staged?

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  2. If you are not a famous Paisa, or if you are some Central American migrant “ni te pelan.”

    You are must some “Juan or Maria” nobody like everyone else.

    Queso

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    1. Yea right. So many central americans been kindap

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  3. Were their locations broadcast beforehand? We don't see much press about kidnappings in this area. I've spent a lot of time in the area and only heard of people having vehicles taken, never really kidnappings.

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  4. Pretty enraging that the Federales can rescue a kidnaping victim when their is political pressure, but let the kidnapping victim be a citizen, and it just doesn’t matter.

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  5. What character did he play in El Señor?

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  6. 'Rescued' which means 'ransom paid' And under AMLO, with hugs and kisses. Because it was 'his people'. If they get arrested. They'll just say we're his people. Meaning AMLO'S people. And then they'd be released.
    El Smarto

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  7. It's nice to hear about successful police action for a change.

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  8. I bet this clown thinks twice before he makes an appearance in a sitcom portraying a narco...He got a taste of the real thing

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  9. Amazing how the “elites” get rescued immediately while the less fortunate are left to be found chopped up in pieces and stuffed in black garbage bags.

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  10. Sure found them fast!They always do.Makes me think the authorities really do have the 'intelligence' if only because they are involved or looking the other way.Oops they mistakenly picked up a foreigner whose embassy will miss that person and put pressure and presto wouldn't you know it right the next day they are found.

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  11. I wonder how much money they got if ANY

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  12. so sad that just because they are actor (famous ) authorities were able to find them that quick,normal people (not famous) wouldn't be able to make alive.

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  13. Forgive me if I don't recall the source. But according to a Mexican heavy who knows about these things, a surprising number of kidnappings are arranged by family members and friends of the victim.

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  14. Probably just a simple phone call to the police officers that kidnapped them. Its amazing how easy it is to get people back unharmed when they are high profile! Its almost as if kidnapper and law enforcement are one and the same! The average joe/jose? Found dead in a trunk a few days later. Wealthy, celebrity, foreigner? Found.

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  15. Alan Pulido was ordered to be kidnap by his cousin.

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  16. The whole state apparatus gets scrambled when someone of importance gets abducted. A lesser class person,not so much, I mean, at all.

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  17. Something is not right with this story. Reeks of a staged event, Smollet style.

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  18. Wonder if the ransom was paid and then the authorities popped in? Or where the criminals captured before the ransom was to be paid. Again Durazo failed to name the criminal gang.

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  19. “A 'minimum rescue, less than 10% of what was requested' , was paid for the release of the Mexican and the French, sources tell me. The negotiation was done by the National Anti-kidnapping Commission. His hypothesis is that it was a random kidnapping: they didn't go for them, they didn't study them.

    apx 1550 USD was paid

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    1. yeah those MFs got a call from the officals who told them to hand over these guys for small change, asap, or they will task El Narco to look for them as they are heating up the plazas El Narco got from the officials.
      This is how it goes in mx

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    2. Waw! Tan poquito?

      That’s like the cost of an iPad or the latest iPhone!

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