Tuesday, May 5, 2020

2019: Mexico's most violent cities; States of Guanajuato, Baja California, Colima are the epicenters of violence

Chivis Martinez  Borderland Beat   Reforma


                                              Rosarito Beach, Baja California

Rosarito, Manzanillo and Tijuana beaches were the most violent municipalities during 2019, reported the Citizen Council for Public Security and Criminal Justice.

In a report presented this Monday, the association revealed that Salamanca and Tecomán complete the list of the top five violent cities.

These municipalities obtained the highest scores based on their own methodology that considers crime rates such as homicide, kidnapping, willful injuries and extortion.

The national index of violence, according to the Council, was 27 points; however, Playas de Rosarito had 104, Manzanillo 87, Tijuana 86, Salamanca 82 and Tecomán 69 points.

The municipalities are:

 Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Ciudad Juárez, Celaya, Acámbaro, Uruapan, Solidaridad, Centro (Villahermosa), Valle de Santiago, Silao, Tecate, Salvatierra, Irapuato, Zamora, Zumpango and Juchitán.
Of the 238 municipalities in the study, 121 have a higher number than global index. 

In 2018 there were 104, that is, the number of municipalities increased above the national average.

"In Baja California, and Morelos, Oaxaca, Zacatecas, 100 percent of the municipalities included in the study are part of the 121 with a higher rate of violence than the national one," he indicates.

"In Guanajuato and Guerrero, more than 80 percent of the municipalities included in the study are part of the 121."

According to the ranking, the municipalities with the highest incidence of intentional homicides were, in descending order, Playas de Rosarito, Manzanillo, Tijuana, Tecomán and Salamanca.

Of the 20 municipalities with the highest homicide rates, 7 correspond to Guanajuato and 3 to Baja California.

Kidnappings

As for kidnapping, the list was led by Martínez de la Torre, Tecomán, Orizaba, Zacatecas and Córdoba.

The municipalities with the highest rates of rape were Campeche, Pesquería, Cuautla, Cuauhtémoc and Tulancingo.

For the association headed by José Antonio Ortega, the states of Guanajuato, Baja California and Colima stand as the epicenters of violence in Mexico.

"All the information is going to the coronavirus, how many infected, how many deaths, is a very unfortunate problem, but also another crisis that we have to talk about is that of violence," Ortega warned when presenting the report.

"If there is a strategy, I don't see it, I don't see the strategy, crimes continue to rise and it is not just in one part of the country, as you can see in the study, we have violence throughout the country."

32 comments:

  1. Mexico is a failed state US should nuke Mexico!!!

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    1. MEXICO is country with many states. To brand everyone in Mexico that they bad is an overstatement, your sitting on your couch easily blogging and gaining weight. But if Mexico was nuked line you say...then the price of lettuce , avacados would go up, car parts, shoes made in Mexico would all go up, then what would you say????

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    2. U should get nuked u idiot

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    3. You are a failed human. You should get gangraped in prison first then executed.

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    4. They let this piece of shit guys comment get approved but alot of good stuff i have posted in the past with good language and by the sounds of it other peoples comments as well dont get approved alot of times? A big fat f you finger to the moderator of this page, post that pendejo.

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    5. You are a f&#!ing IDIOT to say "nuke" Mexico... Either you were born stupid or your momma dropped you on your head ALOT! No surprise you post as anonymous.

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    6. 3:03 in the first place, it is a pendeja...
      In the second you are some stupid sanabagan who only gets posted when you vent your hot airs outta your ass, and you should feel very lucky.
      --Chivaaa, we love you, and we are más muchas.

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    7. This dumbass writes this and sends it it on a regular basis...I delete and he sends in again, again, again.....I thought I would post it as a "have had it" so he can feel the love.

      C

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    8. as for those who claim their wonderful, informative, non offensive comments never get through...I have said it many times, send it to me via email and I will give you the answer why it may not have been as wonderful as you think....

      I have said this many times.

      as of yet, no takers

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    9. Um, Chivis, there's no takers because they can't refer to posts that aren't there. Once a post is made without an account, it cannot be view or retrieved until YOU post it. So of course there's no takers as you are the only one who has access to it. By the way, how's the view from atop that pedestal? -Arabe

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    10. Um WILLITO if you can't remember what you wrote that did not get posted, then you have a much larger issue than not getting a comment posted and one that perhaps needs professional help..

      should go like this

      Comment sent : ___________ people are all idiots and low IQ.

      it is deleted.

      sender complains "my posts never get approved" and they are "good" and break no rules.

      I say send it to me and we can figure it out....

      it never arrives.

      the end. have a good nap



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  2. No Chivis please don't tell me Rosarito is dangerous, I loved going there 10 years ago, when it was safe to be there.

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    1. It’s still safe just mind ya business and don’t leave the tourist section lol

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    2. Sorry but it's true it's infested with criminals doing bad things.

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  3. All places where CJNG has a presence but some of you will blame AMLO rather than the Obvious Mencho or the less obvious governors and mayors.

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  4. AMLO is a disaster.

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    1. All the previous presidents did a great job?

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  5. What's going on in colima? Cds trying to get in that plaza?

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    1. Get in or stay in you mean... the 4 letter cartel has been kicking then to the curb in plazas that are of worth

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  6. @Chivis have you seen the video of Guardia Nacional extorting an alleged trafficker in Cd. Obregon sonora? - https://www.facebook.com/459535234606943/videos/682156885951308/

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  7. Tijuana is very bad, man very bad, mostly everyone is in the kidnapping business, and if relatives don't pay, they kill the person

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    1. Kidnapping has always been prevalent in TJ but without a doubt, El Teo and his crew involved the narcos thus taking things to a whole new level...

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    2. Said it before, pretty much everyone in TJ is a criminal, but I was just called prejudiced.

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  8. I used to live in rosarito 2002 to 2006. Such a beautiful place with so much potential. So sad. I owned a casa de Cambio there, lost everything in an armed robbery, lucky to still be alive.

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    1. So much potential m? It’s one of the hottest spring beach destinations lol

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  9. I remember a couple friends telling me that El Azul was living in GTO and that’s why it was calm compared to Michoacan (given that it borders). He ‘Dies’ and all of a sudden GTO explodes, these were the same friends that told me how the Bribeisca brothers were dirty as all hell.

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    1. He abandoned/gave the plaza to LFM when they started working in an "alliance", mid or late 2000's

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  10. Ahhh I thought Rosarito would stay a clean town, from criminals. I remember the good old days, I met the lady of my dreams there in 1998.

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  11. I also lived in Rosarito for over 10 years but left because of a home invasion robbery. It has definitely changed for the worse where the criminals run free and terrorize innocent people.

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