Monday, April 13, 2020

Five people killed and burned to death in Jalisco torture house

"MX" for Borderland Beat
The house in Zapopan, Jalisco, where the five bodies were found; second floor was set on fire
Five people were found dead inside a home in the state of Jalisco over the weekend. Investigators said the victims were tied up and brutally tortured with a tourniquet before the house was set on fire. The incident occurred in La Estancia neighborhood in Zapopan, a suburb of the Guadalajara metropolitan area.

The first responders to arrive at the scene were the Jalisco State Police and municipal firefighters. They arrived at the scene after an anonymous citizen made an emergency call of a house fire at around 7:30 p.m. Neighborhood residents told the police that they thought the house was abandoned since they never noticed any activity from the house in two years.

Authorities have not discarded the possibility that this property may have been used by an organized crime group as a "torture house".

Background
Investigators believe that houses like the one in Zapopan are used by organized crime members as "torture houses". In the past, they have found houses in the area where the victims were brutally tortured. The torture methods include electrocution, forcing victims into a hole and feeding them to animals, or starving them to death. In this case, some of the victims showed torture wounds on their necks after their captors used a tourniquet.


Example of a tourniquet, which was used to torture the victim's on their necks 
This was not the first mass murder incident reported in La Estancia, Zapopan. On 3 July 2019, authorities discovered one corpse and three severed heads inside a house. Close to this neighborhood in Ciudad Granja, on 12 August 2019, the police discovered ten people inside a home. More than half of them were killed by their captors. 

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) and its splintered cells operate in Guadalajara and its surrounding municipalities, including Zapopan. Jalisco is a strategic state for organized crime groups because of its economic output and geographical attributes for drug trafficking operations. The Guadalajara metropolitan area also offers a huge opportunity for money laundering.

Bloody weekend in Jalisco
Between Saturday evening (when the arson was reported) and up until Sunday at noon, at least 10 homicides were reported throughout the entire Guadalajara metropolitan area, with has approximately 4.8 million people. This urban area is the largest in the state of Jalisco and the second largest in the country after Greater Mexico City.

In neighborhood Lomas de Polanco in Guadalajara, a 35-year-old woman was shot in the face and killed at around 11:30 p.m. Nearly at the same time, in Colón Industrial neighorhood, a man was gunned down by unknown assailants.

At around 1:40 a.m., a man was killed in a drive-by shooting as he walked with his girlfriend in Santa Elena de la Cruz neighborhood. Before dawn, the police found a bullet-ridden man inside a vehicle in Las Bóvedas neighborhood. In the municipality of Tlaquepaque, the police discovered an encobijado, a dead person found wrapped in blankets, stuffed in a stroller.

38 comments:

  1. Where is that guy who was saying that Guadalajara is safe and quiet?

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    1. He might have been in the house.

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    2. Probably collecting his monthly bribe from CJNG

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    3. Have you heard whats going on in culiacan? Cds also say is really safe there but i saw a documentarie were they say theres like 5 killings every day and culiacan is a rancho compare to guadalajara

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    4. Probably driving around in his BMW M5 with the gold engraved 1911 pistol that CJNG got for him

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    5. Hola¿ it's very safe and quiet here in guadalajara

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    6. Possibly dead by now.

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    7. Hiding in governor enrique Alvarez's residence...it is traditional that state governments secret police/ death squads have hidden detention centers, as a matter of fack, the Pinichet dictatorship specialized in that very soon, then Javier duarte de Ochoa, La Marrana de Veracruz, and the crown bitches of mexican government, the DFS and federal Police were discovered to have their own when an earthquake demolished a few.
      In CD Juarez, again. The famous Casas de la Muerte, all Linias and state police...allied in secret with US ATF etc listening and recording while people got tortured and murdered.
      Enrique Alfaro betraying the very people that brought him to oower, 5he CJNG with assist of Sergio Kurt Schmidt, who may or may be not allied to "governor alfaro" anymó" because alfaro's pharmaceuticals got a more decent offer than the bunch of criminals that put him in office...
      Governor alfaro can't show his hand or his face for these "jobs", right?

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  2. In other words, business as usual in Guadalajara.

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  3. Caro Quintero has property and business there to wash money same has mayo and top sinaloa bosses. They the ones who protect cholo but mencho to scared to go to sinaloa for them sinaloa guys if I was him i would hunt them down in sinaloa where they operate

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    1. Sounds veru expensive when the whole populace would MAJORITY be eyes and ears against you and theres generations of political/police/military who are paid off...but uf you fund a cell that needs you too its possible...whats up with the el ruso (spelling) people that are angry and trying to survive

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    2. Mencho wouldnt dare enter sinaloa he knows he fate there and his dreamt of it many times getting flayed pinche du madre

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    3. And stick out like a sore thumb to be whacked. You think people don't see new faces in old places?

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    4. You do realice culiacan is a town not a city? In culiacan you can see who goes in and out, it should be really easy to control, but guadalajara is the second largest city in mexico, there is just no way you can control it all, despite that cjng has control of the bast mayority of guadalajara reason why you just dont see sinaloas going to guanatos only cholos people who are actually from jalisco but cant really touch cjng, when you want comment be serious

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    5. With partners like 85, Aguila Beltran, and 53 (even though he’s deceased), Cholo and CNP are becoming a force that can battle CJNG for a long time, not to mention CDS backers. All of the previously mentioned were major traffickers with good connections in Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, China, India, Germany, and many other supplier nations. That means major $ to fund the war, which is the most important factor in narco-conflicts today (as mentioned in the article about Chupon, G3 and Chupon called off the war in Chihuahua because they couldn’t fund it anymore).

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    6. @2:49 show me a single instance of 85 being mentioned in a CJNG manta since his release. Analyze the CNP video with the sicarios in black skinny jeans, think critically and fill in the blanks on what is and isn't said. Same with La Corona video talking about "para el señor honorable, el señor Mr Presidente". Se te olvidó poner "Y arriba mi Sinaloa"
      @10:28 a leguas se ve que eres un morro nini, the same posts every single time. CJNG don't need to go fight in CLN, sus socios arreglan sus propios problemas en Sinaloa. Pon atención

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    7. Culiacan is not a town it's metropolitan just like MTY GDL...10

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    8. GDL uncut 100% escarcha,
      CLN 20% low grade reject.
      Más de 5 millones de habitantes en la ZMG y CLN ni llega al millón. El desmadre que les hicieran los contras si estuviera del mismo tamaño...

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  4. I few years back Zetas used that same torture tourniquet technique in some CDGs the video was brutal. Some fat boy got his head chopped off, starting behind the neck, the beheader struggled cutting it off and the victim well the victim suffered a slow PAINFUL death. Video was posted on here when CDG vs Z was at its peak.

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  5. Very slow day in jalisco.

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  6. Guadalajara is a war zone...CJNG cant control anything nobody respects Mencho.

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  7. I don't think there's any evidence they were burned to death, and it's more likely they were either killed or rendered unconscious by the tourniquet and then their bodies just burned.

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  8. Chivis, totally off subject but the municipal police just arrested 5 surfers for violating the no beach ban. Playa La Saladita , 25 clicks north of Zihuatanejo, guerrero. They were warned three days in a row .I was lucky I wasn't in the water.

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    1. I couldn't find anything..do you have a link?

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    2. Wow. Police really tackling the important things.

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    3. It just happened this morning, I witnessed it. I doubt there will be any news about it. They are already free after paying a 2000 pedp fine. If it does show It'll be a paper in Zihuatanejo and probably Facebook. Didn't mean to throw you off

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  9. Only 3 friends out in the line-up at La Saladita? Might be worth getting arrested.

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    1. Nothing like surfers and fishermen having social distancing built into their DNA. Saltwater makes an effective solvent in many ways.

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  10. Cjng are on borrowed time But if I say that people are gonna call me a cheerleader it's obvious that the government may to do with CJNG few years back and now they're regretting it and trying to make a new deal with CDS right now If you can't see that you're blind

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  11. Just out of curiosity, I've heard of lots of instances where cartels burned people to death, but have there ever been times when a cartel boiled someone alive? Like, in boiling water, not acid.

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    1. In the last year or two of EPN's term 2 SEIDO/SIEDO agentes got picked up in Nayarit or Jalisco and were boiled and dismembered

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  12. The Corona virus is coming to MEXICO.

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  13. Cant even go surfing? Wtf?

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  14. Pinches payasos.

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  15. Today 17th street in Huntington beach is packed with surfers, along with Doheny in south OC. Hmmmm, I thought state beaches were closed. BTW K38 is poppin and there are guys out. Are they arresting surfers from Rosarito to Ensenada?

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    1. Fake News
      There's signs put all over and barricades, that are to discourage outings as Orange County has not reached it's peak.
      Stay at home orders are in place.
      State parks and beaches were shutdown 2 weeks ago.
      Jim of Buena Park, CA

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    2. Dude i was just at beach. Dont tell me fake news! Are you really from ca?

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    3. Jim of Buena Park you wouldnt know because there is no surf in Buena Park! hahhaha. You are fake news the beaches are wide open in North OC for everyone to enjoy.Stop spreading lies please. Not every politician is a corrupt dem under Pelosis thumb.

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