Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Videos: Don Ramon Has Been Freed! His Interview Translated

Don Ramon the retired solider who killed a member of the Sangre Nueva Zeta Cartel in self-defense, protecting his son from a kidnapping has been released from prison and is under house arrest---. 


The man who starred in the hashtag # LiberenADonRamón has left the prison; however, he will remain during the complementary investigation under house arrest.

Mr. Ramón Merino, who was arrested in recent days for killing a subject who tried to kidnap one of his children, in the municipality of Acultzingo, Veracruz, was released on Monday because a magistrate judge decided to change the crime of homicide to a quarrel.

This, in accordance with what was reported by the Attorney General of the State of Veracruz, who stressed that the test data had originally been requested to provide a connection for the crime of homicide.



However, a period of three months was set as a complementary investigation period, while a variation was also approved in the precautionary measure and the decision to grant house arrest was decided.

It is worth mentioning that many people disagreed that this person, anointed on social networks as "Don Ramón" was arrested, because they considered that he acted in self-defense when using his rifle.

Likewise, the dissatisfied townspeople had blocked the federal highway Orizaba-Tehuacán to demonstrate and even created the hashtag # LiberenADonRamón to join this demand and stand in solidarity with him.


         Video translation is as follows [1]:
Reporter: Hello there Don. I can see tears in your eyes there.
Don Ramón: Sir, the overwhelming emotions that I’m feeling for everyone here. I wish I could release these tears of joy. But I have to be a man. I’ll have to hold back my tears. But I just can’t explain to you all how I feel so ebullient for the support that you’ve all given me. Thank you sirs. Thank you to all the custodians of this prison that all treated me well. As the old saying goes: Love is repaid with love. I love you all. Forgive me if I ever offended anyone. But I believe I haven’t.

Video translation is as follows [2]:
Crowd is chanting: Yes we could, yes we could, yes we could.
Don Ramón: Thank you all. And I want t send a message to all the young people. Don’t allow yourselves to be betrayed. Don’t get involved with delinquents. Because this is where you will all end up.
Among the dead delinquents. And with the innocents in jail. Parents speak to your children. Children refrain yourselves, don’t allow yourselves to be deceived. It’s easy to make quick money.
You might enjoy yourselves a lot. But you will only live a short life. Thank you to the town, the municipality and everyone I’ve affected. Nevertheless, here we are on the path where we will certainly travel happily.
This is what I can relay to my townspeople. With all of my heart I appreciate everyone here. I don’t have a way to repay you for what you’ve all done. Thank you all ladies and gentlemen.
Sir, I don’t know where to go from here. But something good will come my way. Things have a way of happening for a reason. When life has to make a change it will make that change. We all have to make a change and do something so that  we can return our country to its former tranquility.
And to our beloved town of Acultzingo, and everyone in my municipality I send a kiss to all who are watching me right now. Thank you.
Reporter: Don Ramon you made national news. Everyone found out including national media’s of the plight that you underwent. What would you like to say to the townspeople of Mexico now that people have sympathized with you on social media.

Don Ramón. First off I’m just finding out about this because I wasn’t aware of anything. Well, we need to be strong in Mexico. Determined! There are more of us who are good than the bad ones. And so I send a message to the townspeople that united in strength we will not give up.
Sol Prendido Borderland Beat   Source   Source

38 comments:

  1. 🙏The prayers of many answered---TY Sol for the interview translation which is no where else but at BB

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    1. Lets hope those fake Zetas dont go back for revenge and kill him. I feel that is going to happen may god protect him.


      -Hermes

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  2. That just proves American laws work and Mexican laws don’t

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  3. Don Ramon glad you are free, and once again the the 3 ring circus judge give him house arrest, how hard is it, to figure it was self defense, he prevented a kidnapping of his son. Cartel members let go in a day and case closed.

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  4. They should knock off more of these kidnappers.Nothing to lose but your life then maybe they will think twice before kidnapping the wrong person but I doubt it.

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  5. That's bullshit they put him on house arrest.He's a sitting duck in case they want to revenge on him. I'm sure he's ready to peel some more wigs if he has to. God Bless him and keep him safe

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    1. Let's hope that's not the case here.

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  6. Orale Viva Don Ramon!

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  7. I hope that he will be provided with some sort of police protection given the situation and the almost certain cartel retaliation. Sadly, I'm almost positive that no protection will be given. Thankfully they only showed everyone his face, told everyone his name, and let everyone know exactly where he will be for the time being... Stuck in his house under house arrest. I'm really glad they didn’t give out any information that the cartels could use to find him and exact revenge. Smh. Sending prayers for Don Ramón

    -El Bala Plata

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    1. I keep telling that criminals have more favor, and victims don't. They should not put his name, face and location, now Don Ramon is a sitting Target. Someone needs to move away to a discreet location, don't want to read on BB, he was found, in a wierd predicament.
      Luna Apagtha

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    2. The police are angry because they were going to get a cut of the random paid to the kidnappers but Don Ramon ruined that!!

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  8. I had said he would be released.

    Mexico may be fucked up, but even a broken clock gets the time right once in a while.

    Queso

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  9. A true Mexican...in defense of the helpless

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    1. Yes in defense of his son being kidnapped.

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    2. A true Mexican?No,just a man in defence of his loved ones which is the most important,long life and good fortune to Don Ramon

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  10. Please don’t bash me I’m just trying to contribute a little.
    Si se pudo = yes it could be done

    To the Non Spanish speaking “yes we could”
    kinda make no sense

    Again in the most humble way I type this

    H

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    1. yeah----but Sol is a purest. I spoke to him about paraphrasing for ease of comprehension, but each can decide for themselves. Myself I hope people give Sol lots of credit for translation of don Ramon's interview

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    2. But you were respectful and I agree, although I think people can figure the intent....thank you

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    3. It´s one of those only in Spanish slogans; "si se puede," "si se pudo." so in English it can be this or that, it got the message through. As a native in both languages in word for word/slang translation as well as context translation. good job, Sol.

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  11. I give him no more than a year... unfortunately he was probably safer in prison. Hopefully he can seek asylum in the U.S.

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    1. That's what I say too...his name and face should have been covered, like they do to the criminals. Once this hoodlum cartel gets the chance, might hurt him. Then where will the national guard be, when needed the most.

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    2. I'll say he's safer in Spain (which i'm bet he can get asylum there easily since some of his grand parents were Spaniards).
      They will take him and his kid there any day over a moor.

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  12. Which Mexican politicians have pushed 2nd amendment ?

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  13. Just like a liberal judge, the Victims are at fault. Criminals today in Mexico r not arrested r let out of prison

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  14. Yeah man,always appreciate what the Sol does on here,translating can take time and his output is always generous.Thanks.
    C,mon man give the Sol some

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  15. Wish we could let this man know that many Europeans have heard his story and support his decision and act,what man would not do the same as Mr.Ramón Merino ? Saludos and good luck for you and your dearest Don Ramon

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  16. Now this is a man richly deserving of asylum in the US...if he wants, which he probably does not. I completely understand.
    All you nut bag sicarios better back up...piénsalo bien eh?

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    1. Yes, YAY !! , but still worried.

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    2. It was an old rifle Mouser, he needs a newer weapon fully automatic, in case a squad of sicarios come looking for trouble. He served the military when he was young and deserves, no harrasment from the police.

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  18. I know it’s not the same but it’s still about a Older Mexican man just like Don Ramón that is a Man that isn’t scared to defend his family and honor his name was Don Garza he killed a bunch of zetas who wanted his rancho it’s not lo laugh about but it is funny when 2 older Men have more honor and respect fthen the MX president

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  19. Merry Christmas Don Ramon, you should move to Spain, also your son's, Forget MEXICO, it's going down the tube.

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  20. Viva Don Ramon! Move to Argentina.

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  21. Give him his gun back if not he's a dead man

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