Friday, December 6, 2019

Juárez, Chihuahua: Organized Crime Disposes of Corpse


Video translation is as follows:
Hello everyone, good morning. We are on the western end of Ciudad Juárez. Currently there are authorities at the crime scene where a corpse wrapped in a blanket was abandoned.

Well, it’s a person wrapped in a blanket. We don’t know if it’s a man, sex has not been confirmed on whether this is a man or a woman. We can see it’s a blanket with blue and red squares.

This bundled package was left on Calle Profesora Maria Martinez and Calle Nogal in the Colonia Insurgentes just north west of Ciudad Juarez. This homicide is what we woke up to today.


The street is closed. The Calle Nogal is a street that doesn’t have to much traffic circulation. Just beyond here in the background there we can see Calle Higuera. Just as well the basketball courts of Avenida 16 de Septiembre for those who are familiar with this area. This should help you to pinpoint where we are exactly.

Let's look up a little so that we can see a panoramic view of the Sierra of Ciudad Juárez. There in the background you can see a truck on Avenida 16 de Septiembre. This is where the aforementioned violent event occurred to the west of our border.

And the crime scene experts are working on the evidence collecting process in this area. We repeat this is the Calle Profesora Maria Martinez. About half a block away from Calle Nogal. In the Colonia Insurgentes where the discovery of this individual wrapped in a blanket was made.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat   Source

6 comments:

  1. Finally the drone is back. I honestly feel his reports are better with the drone surveilling the crime scene. And for those who know Juárez this city has been crazy dangerous for the last 20 years.

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    1. But not every single year throughout those 20 years has been violent

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  2. Thanks Sol. The drone pictures were excellent. The reporter's voice and professionalism also great. Too bad such scenes are so common in today's Mexico.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  3. I live in Juarez, it is crazy here. Appreciate your reports.

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  4. Fuck.. I was there all over just before shit got crazy this past three months. It sucks to see this happening again.

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