Monday, June 22, 2020

Video Taxco Guerrero: State police ambushed; 8 dead, 3 severally wounded, 2 "taken" including a female officer

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY Borderland Beat Follower  Source

LFM responsible of the 8 police torture and killings, also of 2 priests, 3 state police and red cross volunteer, and paramedics 

According to police sources, Roberto Carlos, Z or El Pelón, is the son of José Ranulfo Zagal Maldonado, El Rani or R1, identified by the authorities as head of the plaza for La Familia Michoacana, who are also attributed to the execution of priests Germaín Muñiz García and Iván Añorve Jaimes, which occurred on February 5, 2018. Also for the attack in the community of San Juan Tenería on November 18, 2018, where they executed three State police and a Red Cross volunteer, and injured nine other people, including paramedics and residents.


An ambush to state police occurred at noon this Sunday in the vicinity of the El Gavilán community, in this municipality, with unofficial balance of at least eight  dead and several wounded.

These events were recorded on the Taxco-Amacuzac highway, between the community of Taxco el Viejo and Pilcaya, in the northern part of the state.

Motorists who crossed into the area reported the event before it was heavily guarded by elements of the federal, state and ministerial police, reinforced by the National Guard and the Mexican Army.

Warning: Graphic images below-some officers taken and tortured

So far, it is known that several state police officers were injured, so the presence of ambulances was requested, which took them to the “Adolfo Prieto” General Hospital in the city of Taxco de Alarcón.





Unofficial sources report that, after the ambush, the state repelled the attack, killing several civilians.

11 comments:

  1. Yes, they got RIPPED TO PIECES,
    except for the female who had to wait for her turn.
    Why keep sending officers in small teams to very hot spots?
    Specially "Policia Estatales", everybody knows they are little more than the governors' personal death squads on almost every mexican state.

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  2. @Chivis there was another Massacre in Oaxaca this Monday, multiple dead

    - https://oaxaca.eluniversal.com.mx/municipios/22-06-2020/masacre-en-san-mateo-del-mar-tras-escalada-de-violencia-aun-no-se-determina

    - https://www.facebook.com/groups/357931264660427/?post_id=952301135223434

    - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1827607547274827/permalink/3060280334007536/

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    1. Thank you...I began a post this morning on this, it is horrific. But I wasn't able to get enough information as to present it to BB followers. It appears to me as a political clash that has turned violent between indigenous peoples and the "bad government" aka convential government.

      I am confused if it is the installations of the newely elected conventional government not being accepted, who started the fight etc. I don't know enough and of course since it is indigenous people most the media ignores the story.

      they confirmed at least 15 dead and 30 missing. the fotos are heartwrenching and disgusting. It looks as though they were burned alive.

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  3. MX gotta start stepping up and take US assistance. Enough is enough. The US stepped in at Colombia now they gotta move into MX regardless of what you naysaying nut huggers believe. Time to actually wipe out the cartels and when i say wipe out I mean obliviation and total eradication. The people deserve more then living in fears 24/7.

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    1. 2:50 PM The only thing the US did in Colombia was have their people take control of the Cocaine market or at least try. The Farc was the last opposition they had to deal with before taking full control of the cocaine market. They control the Ecuadorian, Bolivian and to some extent the Peruvian cocaine market.

      Have you been to Colombia the homicide rate may have dropped but people are still being killed, Extortion, Kidnapping still exist.

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  4. el problema es de tal dimension que cuando calderon decidio atacar a los grupos criminales solo los dividio y fueron multiplicados , aunado a la opbreza de la gente que quiere trabajo donde sea. ahora no hay policias que alcancen a cubrir el territorio nacional, pocos se emplean en esto pues saben que su vida esta en juego, esto no se alivia de un dia para otro ,

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  5. You might as well just put your gun in your mouth if you get caught. Torture is worse than the devil. Best thing to do, don't be a police officer anywhere in the world right now; the odds are stacked against you.

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  6. The real travesty here is that NO ONE in the U.S. carries these stories. We share a border with MX and its as if they are on the opppsite end of the earth. I come here and read your stories and TBH I get overwhelmed. I literally have to space out the time I spend reading these stories which is IMO bull$h!t. Its a slap in the face of the citizens of MX who dont have the option to turn the page. They have to wake up every single day and face this madness. Here in the US the press beats the drug problem to death. The stories typically go into detail about the human cost here in the states. Yet every single day they turn a deaf ear to the atrocities going on just minutes from out border. I know the whole drug business is which came first "the chicken or the egg?" Without US drug abusers there is no need to engage in these drug wars. Smh...

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  7. It seems retarded to me that the police roll up in a war zone with a handful of guys. Either go heavy or dont go at all. Of all those murdered in MX i figure that the cops get it the worst. Torture is damn near always the case with them. The cops are out numbered, out gunned, and out of their minds rolling up in small groups. I gotta figure the police would be better off putting the gun in their mouth. Dead is dead and i see no sense in being tortured on top. Kinda like the people that jumped outta the twin towers here in NYC rather then being burned alive. I imagine tbe fight or flight mindset kicks in and makes it tough to cap yourself. But I seriously doubt even 1 cop has successfully talked him or her self outta being killed.I cqnt speak of the sovereignty of MX and their take on the US Marines coming to Mx. But this situation just gets worse and worse. No end in sight. But..If the US Marines teamed up with the MX Federal Troops at least it would be a fair fight. Remember The Zetas started out as Marines trained by US and Israeli forces. IDK anymore. Something has GOT to change. I dont have the answers. But I do know that insanity is described by doing the same old thing and expecting different results. As is stands now the police have no chance. Zero. Time to think outta the box. No one deserves having to live this way. When will enough be enough??

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  8. cjng killing police again cjng are the cancer of mexico

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