Sunday, April 19, 2020

Tijuana activist lawyer murdered in Jalisco

Chivis Martinez  Borderland Beat  Punto Norte


The Tijuana lawyer Sindy García, known for her social activism and for her participation in various campaigns of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), was murdered in Jalisco.

Sindy grew up in Tijuana and graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC) where she also held some positions in government institutions such as the Tijuana City Council and the Office of the Human Rights Ombudsman, and today the State Commission of Baja California Human Rights.

For a few years she moved to Guadalajara, Jalisco, where she litigated as a criminal lawyer.

Her death was reported on Thursday, April 16, when she was found on a street in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, bound by the hands, blindfolded, and injured by a firearm projectile.

Sindy is remembered by her friends as an enthusiastic, dynamic, optimistic, purposeful and joyful woman.

"She was that type of woman who saw a solution to everything," shared one of his friends.

Among the social work he carried out in Tijuana, he collaborated with the Gaia Foundation, both in caring for street people and with migrant communities and children in orphanage homes.

42 comments:

  1. She wasn't going to be anyone's bitch. And so she paid with her life.

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  2. Tlaquepaque seeing a lot of action these days

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  3. This the especiality of CJNG to kill woman tie by her hands but with cholo and marro and mayo they can't win with real man all you money and guns won't make up for the cowards that they are cjng scum bags

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    1. Tlaquepaque es del Cholo CNP babotas, no escribas a lo puro buey morro jediondo 9:31

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    2. 10:30 PM Facts and Cholo and his CNP are getting their cheeks split. The majority of the dead are his. El Cholo is so desperate he is kidnapping and taxing in Tlapuepaque they don't move a single gram of anything related to drug trafficking.

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    3. what about El 85? Wasn't he with cholo

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    4. @5:35 I have yet to see a manta with 85 being allied with CNP or La Corona/Coroneles or being called out by CJNG, it simply hasn't happened and is just psych "warfare" to confuse the don't knows

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  4. People who post or use social media to brag, show off, or for attention are more likely than those who don’t to get into trouble or have problems. I’m not saying you shouldn’t use social media but most people who do so in the ways I mentioned above are immature or are going through midlife crisis. Very few use social media responsibly and actually think 🤔 before they post.

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    1. @10:50- Thanks captain obvious..

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    2. Your welcome Mr. Dingleberry 👍🏻

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  5. What do you mean by that

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    1. 11:25 he means you do not read, and if you read you do not unnerstan and if you don unnerstan there must be a problem somewhere there, or sompim'

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  6. Sindy was the kind of accomplished person that Mexico desperately needs. And what happened to her? Murdered by evil people...the kinds Mexican vermin this beleaguered nation does not need.
    Like I have posted before on such occasions "Mexico is both homicidal and suicidal" .... I am angry and depressed. I wonder what her loved ones are going through?
    God bless her soul.
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. 12:43 if you were not so stupid, you would see that you can't blame all of "Mexico" for the sins of a few or for the murder of a beautiful woman acting as a call girl going to interviews to cities she does not know and with people she knows even less.

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  7. Mainstream press coverage of CV impact on drug trade - AP

    https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Cartels-are-scrambling-Virus-snarls-global-15211091.php

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  8. @chivis or admins, several weeks maybe months i saw a report of Guero palmas female family members disappeared in Sonora, wonder if they ever appeared again? Saludos i have that in mind, because the young female was pretty, hope they are alive.

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    1. it may be true. I was contacted by someone to help locate one of the palmas.

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  9. She was so naive to think that it would be safe to be in a snakes' lair. Everyone knows cartels run Mexico. AMLO is just a clown.

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    1. "Naive?" You don't know courage when you see it. The young lady was doing God's work in a nation swimming in violence. She had the education and guts to put her life on the line for good causes.
      Read some history from under your bed, to see how the world has benefitted from people putting their lives at grave risk for others.
      Scheeesh!!!
      Mexico-Watcher

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    2. 9:11 do the world some good, go and try to find her murderers in Jalisko.
      There will be chains waiting for their pinchis murdering nalgas
      and coffee for your funeral, whatever happens first.

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  10. mexico is a failed state

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    1. Agreed until things get bad and we have to send American troops.

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    2. 5:34 oh plis, the Basilisca de Guadalupe, el palacio nacional, AMLO, EL ZOCALO, el Angel de la Independencia, are all still there, there are tortillas in the walmarts, even for cartel members, and toilet paper, even if it is all recycled from China, What do you want?

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  11. It's just the flu. relax.
    The coronavirus outbreak in Mexico’s steel capital started at the very place that was supposed to help stop it.

    Social Security Hospital No. 7, a towering 240-bed facility, is the main public medical center in the northern city of Monclova. But when a 42-year-old truck driver arrived with pneumonia-like symptoms last month, the hospital didn’t isolate him. Within two weeks, he was dead of covid-19.

    Soon, a doctor and an administrator had also perished. Ultimately, 41 employees of the hospital wound up testing positive for the virus.

    It was the first in a series of outbreaks at hospitals that have rattled Mexicans and raised questions about the Social Security Institute, the country’s biggest public health network. Nurses and doctors have held protests around the country. The governor of Baja California, Jaime Bonilla, lashed out at federal authorities for the lack of protective gear in his border state, saying doctors were “dropping like flies.”

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    1. This is the after effects for when the government of AlMO acted late.

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    2. Crazy how he was just telling his people to not worry about this virus. Stay strong Mexico

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    3. Mexico will have herd immunity and be better off the second go round while americans are struggling to pay the bills and keep businesses from closing. 20+trillion in debt just wait till taxes go up. All this for less then .5% death rate

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  12. Just the flu right!
    Hospitals in Mexico City are nearing saturation point after they received 100 more Covid-19 patients requiring intubation in just two days, newspaper El Norte reported, citing Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum.

    Of the city’s 16 municipalities, the most affected is Iztapalapa. The General Hospital there is at capacity and is turning away patients, Sheinbaum said. As more people are redirected to the two other hospitals in the same neighborhood, they’re also now full. The city, which is home to 8.8 million people, had 2,299 cases as of yesterday and 178 deaths. The country reported 650 deaths and 7,497 confirmed cases.

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    1. You got yesterday's totals, this morning chuy from Tijuana stated
      8,261 infected and 769 dead, that's a big increase from what you mentioned yesterday.
      Social distance is not being taken seriously in Mexico.

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    2. Afew weeks back I read on here some guy saying Mexicans will be fine. God will protect you.. Gods a good thing to believe in if you need strength. But sometimes science should be left to scientist.

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    3. "I don't believe in God, I believe in science. "--Escalito

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    4. 9 million jews believed in god and got gased in germany

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  13. Wow what a beautiful girl. R.i.p.

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  14. Amlo is taking Mexico to be like Venezuela, eliminate the Middle Class, heart of the of business. Than u have socialist party, where government runs everything. Good luck Amlo

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  15. Beautiful and kind. How sad to lose her. Dr. K

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  16. She used to be beautiful! RIP

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  17. Hot, and brains! Few of the few.

    She should have been a model, married a Doctor or business man, and later had Kids.

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    1. QUESO estás pendejo BUEY! La morra tenía cabeza y huevos y algún pinche joto la iba a mantener? Cuando tengas hijas a ver si dices lo mismo. QEPD

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    3. Nice girls do not belong to El PRI.

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    4. 1:46 donporfirio wannabe:
      muerta is ok,
      Asesinada is not ok.
      But having contempt for crime victims IS WORST.

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    5. Queso, pendejos need to apply first...

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