Thursday, July 30, 2020

Update on Puerto Vallarta Kidnappings of Off Road Sports Enthusiasts

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: LSR
Joaquín, who was murdered in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco was from Santa Rosa de Lima, Guanajuato

Joaquín, "Solin", lived his last trip. He tried to escape a kidnapping in Puerto Vallarta, that cost him his life when he was shot and died as a result while receiving medical attention. His friends are missing today. The details of the kidnapping, the motive and the rest of the detainees are still sketchy at best.

Joaquín, who tried to escape a mass kidnapping in Puerto Vallarta was shot in the back and killed, had several registered addresses in Santa Rosa de Lima, Guanajuato. This was reported by the Jalisco Prosecutor Gerardo Solís. 
             
However, it was not specified whether the addresses are in Villagrán or León. Joaquín has family members who have a criminal record , according to the Prosecutor's Office at a press conference.

Unofficially it is said that the victim died at the hands of the members of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel , CJNG, although this version has not been confirmed by the authorities.

His full name is Joaquin Miguel Alba Bustamante , they called him " Solin ". On  July 18, he  was  intercepted by armed men while with a group of friends and they tried to  kidnap them . Joaquín and a  friend  tried to escape on a razer vehicle, but Joaquín  fell, at which point the  assassins shot  him.  

The body was in the middle of the street at the intersection of the  Great Lakes  and  Fluvial Avenue . Joaquín lost his life while receiving  medical attention.

The Jalisco Prosecutor's Office initiated two investigation folders , indicating that currently there are three missing persons , and that a relative of one of the victims filed a complaint on Monday , July 27 , according to the Prosecutor's Office, there is already data on this disappeared person. A witness , according to the Correo Newspaper, mentioned that the kidnapped persons were taken to a home and later released. Now there are only three people deprived of their liberty.

"We have two investigation folders in which there are various groups working in the area and with different hypotheses," said the Jalisco Prosecutor Gerardo Solís.

Joaquín  traveled  with his  friends , according to the  Jalisco Prosecutor's Office, there  were between  13  and  14 men . They did the route known as " Vallartazo ", on Saturday July 18 the group separated into two. The first group took the road to  Playa Tomates , the second went to the Malecon, said  Jalisco Prosecutor  Gerardo Octavio Solís . The idea of ​​the vacationers was to meet in  Fluvial Vallarta , in that the  criminal group  thwarted  the meeting, as reported here last Saturday, after Authorities sat on the story for a week.
The group of friends enjoyed extreme sport, they did the route known as '' Vallartazo '', an annual off- roading event.

At the intersection of  Great Lakes  and  River Avenue , armed men arrived  . They tried to kidnap the group completely, but Joaquín and  friend  is  resisted . When he wanted to  escape  on one of the  "razers",  a special ATV, Joaquín  fell , was hit by the  assassins , who then shot him .

"They say that they are blocked by some vehicles, there is chaos there, they begin to try to flee, there are a series of shots, one person is injured on the spot, other people manage to flee, some standing on the ground, others in the vehicle later, various authorities arrive, the Municipal Police and the Public Ministry, the wounded person sadly dies in the hospital and various vehicles were insured, " said the Jalisco State Prosecutor.

The fun ended in a fatal story. At the scene, several vehicles were found, an abandoned Pick-Up truck  marked by  bullets , as well as two  razer ATVs , and a  silver-colored Yaris vehicle  with Jalisco license plates. There was also a white double-cab pickup truck with bullet holes, according to 
the Evening News.
  
His friends  remembered him as a lover of the extreme sport.

Lover of the extreme and excellent friend , this is how his friends remember him. In the photos of his last trip he wore a scarf and the protective equipment that characterizes those who drive Razers , vehicles for driving off-road.

Joaquín was a young and risky man. His bravery led him to escape , he tried to survive at all times, but did not resist. On Tuesday, July 21, Evening News titled: "They kill a businessman from León in Vallarta ". At that time, the kidnapping of the most of the youths was unknown.

Why the kidnapping remains the question.

Joaquín traveled with his friends , according to the Jalisco Prosecutor's Office, there were between 13 and 14 men . They took the route known as "Vallartazo ", last Saturday the group separated into two. The first group took the road to Playa Tomates, the second went to the Puerto Vallarta Malecon, the Jalisco Prosecutor Gerardo Octavio Solís reported. The idea of ​​the vacationers was to meet in Fluvial Vallarta , however, the intervention of  the criminal group thwarted the meeting.

The whereabouts of the other young people are still unknown, the Guanajuato and Jalisco Prosecutors have no complaints of disappearance , as prosecutor Octavio Solís reported at a press conference yesterday.
The group of friends split in two last Saturday, they planned to meet in Fluvial Vallarta , at that time the kidnappers intercepted them. The extreme sport and adventure were their allies, they are now missing and '' Solin '' dead .

74 comments:

  1. Hmm seems my theory on the previous post on how these men were possibly linked to CSRL due to location of residence and being in construction business has some merit. They wouldn’t have sent this many men if they weren’t tracking them or felt they were contras. Still nothing has been cleared either way.

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    1. @4:25. No this is not correct. These peoples are of León and not SRL and peoples from bajío de Mexico knows this is true for how they look. They have light skin and look skinned and healthy not people of CSRL. This mafia believes the peoples they stole have familys with money and this is why they steal them. If familys speak with periódicos or gob they will die. They knows this so they remain quiet.

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    2. These peoples do not look like sicarios or people of la mafia SRL. They appear healthy with skin white.
      The club de León has problems en 2009 on this trip so maybe they pay other criminales for safety and someone tells another mafia where they can take them to sell back to the familys.
      The familys do not speak to periódicos or gob or they will be dead.

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    3. So they do not look like mafia of the area because they have light skin and are not looking like on drugs?

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    4. But if they support 🐖 El Maro? They deserve what they got ⚰️⚰️⚰️⚰️ For Maro 🐀

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    5. Healthy white skin? So only dark skinned mexicans are sicarios? What a pig-ignorant comment.

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    6. 10:42 what does skin color have to do with being sicarios? Anyways I never accused them of being sicarios I simply said the businessman who does business in Guanajuato in the field of construction which was one of Marros income sources points to potential links with him and CSRL in some way.

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    7. 10:19 Your the one that comes off ignorant and if you learn to read past your hypersensitive politically correct perspective; you might learn something. Everything he/she writes and looking at photos makes perfect sense. They look like pretty boy rich kids.

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    8. 10:19
      I've seen pics and videos of white Mexican sicario.

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    9. I'm with el michoacano

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    10. @9:33 The plaza boss of celaya was light skinned

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    11. Relax peeps and stop attacking carreteraDurangoMazantlan, this politically correct toxic mentality in the US does not apply to Mexico or the real world. What’s he’s trying to say is that los gueros do not look like the majority of people that compose el Marros crew. Everyone is so sensitive about skin color that the main message gets dismissed.

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    12. I'm white as hell so I must be SUPER healthy lol.

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    13. Stereotyping? Really? Now only light skinned kids are rich? 😂😂

      So when you see someone light skinned you assume he automatically has money or rich?

      What about darker skinned people?
      Do you assume they got $$ or are they poor judging by skin pigmentation.




      Massssssputo--- ahy si they look like pretty boys. Ya mamasela. Pendej*
      @318
      @318

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    14. I'm from michoacan and have gone to Guanajuato a few TIMES
      There are MANY light skinned PEOPLE on those parts along the michoacan BORDER in Guanajuato side

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    15. You gotta love CarreteraDurangoMazatlan.

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  2. There's a video circulating where this Solin fella was driving wrecklessly (donuts) at an intersection, apparently the pharmacy employees came out and told him to relax, there were kids in the area, he didnt listen and ended up getting into a fight with the employee. It is said, this is what lead to him being picked up.

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    1. I seen the same video. Even if he was guilty of doing donuts at an intersection it's still no good reason to execute the guy... pick him up, throw him in jail for a month and call it a day.

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    2. 6:24 PM This isn't the US and Criminal Organizations run the show in Mexico. Think 1980s Chicago, New York ect. if you acted like this during those times in those towns you would also get picked up if you disobeyed what they had asked.

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    3. Allegedly the pharmacist was a halcon and him and solin got into a fist fight, after that CJNG was alerted.

      What a whimp @624
      People are so considerate when it come to CJNG victims. Theres absolutely no 2nd chances in the narco world. He shouldn't of been a "fanfarron" in P.V especially coming from Guanajuato knowing how things are.

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    4. @845, You must be a real tough guy to call someone a whimp online...what are you talking about no second chances? I've witnessed people get hog tied for acting like retards, and thats as far as it went. I've seen videos of people getting a paddling for doing stupid stuff like stealing cars.

      Donuts, some bruised knuckles or being from a neighboring state should not be a good enough reason for executing someone. Amarrenlo, ponganle una putisa, kitenle el carro, but kill the guy? Pinches ojetes took that shit too far. For a cartel who claims not to mess with innocent civilians, it was not necessary to execute the guy and kidnap 28 others. All CJNG is doing is "Calentando el terreno" Mencho and his people are going to turn Puerto Vallarta into Acapulco. Messing with tourist is bad for business and the economy. If tourism dries up because of shit like this, honest hard working people are going to move out and and criminals are going to take over.

      I really wish for the day the government catches up with Mencho. En ves de ayudar al Pueblo, empiorezen la situacion.

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    5. 1102
      Stop being so emotional wey. I'm sure que nomas lo mataron por matarlo?¿ right?¿
      solin should've never been armed in P.V acting like he was Billy badass. 28? It was actually 20. And only 4 were murdered the rest released.
      And the tablasos and calentadas I agree partially, because it does happen but that's mainly organizations disciplining they're own.


      I'd call him a whimp in person too. No big deal. Mr.Emotional

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    6. 1102 maybe like in your favorite novelas they get released when they fuck up but not in the real world, or unless it's just the same people disciplining they're own. And for that same reason the ones who were innocent got released and only 4 out of the 20 got killed.


      And people constantly get murdered just for being from the wrong side of town? De que hablas. Not justifying it, but its common. It used to happened alot in piedras negras, coahuila--still happening in Michoacan. Perhaps you just aren't aware.







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    7. @11:02 esto va pa largo compa. Entonces ni para que hacer nos ilusiones en cosas que ni siquiera van hacer. Se supone que tal cosa pudieron ver hecho. Pero como siempre cuando la gente ya anda entrada ya no es posible que las cosas salgan de otra manera más que mal.

      Chales Santa Rosa. Todavía recuerdo cuando su gente eran otros. Nada que ver cómo hoy en día.

      - Sol Prendido

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    8. I feel that way about 🐖 Vincente ZAMBADDA and His 🐀 Father El Mayo zambada. Senor MENCHO wasn't rich or born with a Silver 🥄 Like 🐀 ZAMBADA What Senor MENCHO accomplished is Amazing

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    9. video can be viewed here https://www.valorportamaulipas.info/2020/07/vallartazo-actualizacion-1-era-de-srlm.html

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    10. 11:02; isn't it hilarious when you read someone telling us how it is in the Mexico narco world; and based on what they are writing it appears they are clueless? My wife and I were in PV in early March and every Mexican tourist we met was from Leon and they all have timeshares there. Law abiding ppl in Mexico are traveling to other states every day for business and pleasure and most the time they have no issues. Even in Acapulco where it would seem not to be the case if you don't actually go and develop your entire perception (and call people wimps) from behind a computer screen.

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    11. @Chivis; thanks. That was very obnoxious - seems like one of his buddies would have talked some sense into him. If that was him, that's probably what got everyone into trouble.

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    12. @118, you know you're right. I'm trying to talk sense to CJNG Nutt hugger. CJNG cheerleaders will justify Menchos cartel killing a 60 year old woman, butchering a 17 year old school girl, murdering a judge and his wife in front of their children, blowing up a kid and his father, and the list goes on.

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    13. Yeah all what seems like tourists are law abiding citizens? Because you must know them personally, every single one of them. And they must trust you enough to tell you all their businesses illegal or not right? @330
      I'm sure. Yeah.

      When you're being emotional and asking for mercy on these criminals. I will call you a whimp. Time and time again. In person or on BB.


      All I said is, people dont get 2nd chances in the narco world when they've crossed the line, especially having the mentality that sicarios do. Acting on implosion. And especially knowing the people are from Guanajuato. I'm sure the 1st thing that crosses any sicarios mind coming across anyone from any warring states is; oh yeah they've probably arrogant tourists right with timeshares in our city?

      Thought we already knew, que en Mexico la vida no vale nada. Just like you can get killed for being an arrogant prick from Guanajuato, so can the old lady in the corner selling tamales. Criminals dont discriminate.



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    14. 751
      What should CJNG have done with that old lady selling drugs for marro? Serious question.

      Send her to a retirement home?
      Set up a pension for her?
      Fly her to Acapulco for vacation?

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    15. 7:51 actually that 60 year old lady wasnt a small fish she wasnt a huge fish either but she defenetly was not a gramera, she was incharge of destributing all the drugs and collect the payments in her area, that 17 year old was not killed by cjng, in the video they dont say "puro cjng" they say "puto cjng" pay attention, in all the other sites they said it was cds who did it but i would say for the way they were dressed it was cdn, the rest of the killing i agree that is to much

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    16. 7:51 all CARTELS do THAT tonto, EVEN your CDS

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    17. 1245 so you agree with dismembering a 60 year old woman?... my serious answer to your serious question. Ask your mom.

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      My mom isnt selling drugs for a battling organization.
      I agree 100% , if that's the organization she choose to sell and work for. Her outcome and untimely death were the consequences.


      And you answered my question with another question? Wtfack lol

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  3. Better to die fighting or trying to get away... RIP

    Z-40 was known to tell his guys it’s better to just kill your self, than to let yourself get kidnapped or caught by enemies.

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    1. whatever that devil said can not be but garbage, he was a coward, and now he is where he must be, burning with legions

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    2. I meant el lazca, but they are the same. pure evil both of them

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    3. OP here. I am not a fan of either of the two, I just wanted to share how even the most vicious leaders in Mexico would prefer to just kill himself, than get kidnapped.

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    4. Z 40 was absolutely correct Amigo

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  4. But but they're were all innocent?

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  5. Foolish words of wisdom. Sounds like a phrase from Wheel of Fortune.

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  6. Doing donuts doesn't get you killed. Being an arrogant asshole will.

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    1. Said it all in couple of words !

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    2. Agree, stupid and arrogant and very likely 3 sheets to the wind.

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  7. Jealous sicarios. These victims are everything low level gang losers wanted to be in life but didn't have the intellect to get or maintain a real job.
    Suspecting the good guys tried to resist at some point and the thugs did what thugs do. Pray not though..

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  8. Solin from Leon goes into Jalisco with an attitude...What the heck was this dummy thinking? It's like a vato going to another hood doing donuts starting shit...their gonna cap his rear...

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  9. But but but... CDS runs PV! How is CJNG being blamed for this?

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    1. If they ran PV, Chapo’s sons would have been kidnapped, right? I know you are being sarcastic but this stupidity of CDS even being in Puerto Vallarta is a joke.

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    2. 😂😂 No He is for real? They think CDS are tough guy's

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    3. Does CDS even run Mazatlan?? CDS doing anything in PV is hilarous its simply not happening

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  10. Funny how all you guys try to justify this shit all them guys were connected to marro! Show off and get kidnapped in Jalisco chapitos learned that the hard way motherfuckers weren’t innocent hella dirty look into their companies and businesses it shows

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    1. Nobody is justifying anything, in a perfect mexico that should of never has happened but mexico is not perfect, lets just say mexico is kinda like the hood, when you go to another hood you have to be respectfull and if your not you will get checked but in mexico checking you means shooting you, would you be ok with someone coming to your house and doing as he pleased?

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  11. The guy at the pharmacy should be ashamed

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    1. He got jumped by 4 guys and you want him to be ashamed?

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  12. All of them are probably dead now.

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  13. He got into an argument with a pharmacist. Started doing donuts in front of the store. Turns out the pharmacist is a look out. When the tweekers tried to take him he refused, they killed him. No one knew where they were from till after. Another dead innocent person.

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  14. I live in PV, less than 10 mins from Fluvial and it's known here that most cartel families live on or near Fluvial. Every time there's an incident of a kidnapping or shooting (not often btw), it's almost always on Fluvial St. I feel these guys were linked to Marro in some way. CJNG doesn't eff around over petty ish here, as to not cause attention to the territory since there's a bunch of American/Canadian expats/tourists here. Idk, I feel it's gotta be related to the Guanajuato dispute for them to kidnap several men and kill one.

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  15. You all talk about a video "circulating" Well where is it because Chivis etc has not mentioned it????

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    1. 2:26 am it’s a video we’re a razer is doing circles on a intersection there’s a stop sight on view reads ALTO it’s the only video out there of a razer going crazy lol I don’t know what to call what he is doing he just guns it then stops and repeats lol seams like when someone is mad at the wife

      M”

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  16. Some chilangos with a yank attitude in cartel territory gets into trouble. Should have gone to Disneyland.

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  17. That’s guy was going buck wild in that intersection, he wasn’t even in control of that machine, needs a role model to teach how really whip that thing!

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  18. Solin looks like marro low-key.

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  19. I stayed at the riu a lot of the workers where talking about the kidnapping they should worry more about the bed bugs 🐜 🐜 🐜

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    1. Or maybe you should put up apocof the bedbugs and not ants

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  20. Looks like they just wanted a excuse to steal the atv’s they had a trailer ready to load them up

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  21. Talk about a video and don't give a website..Where's the video of an angry pharmacist??

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  22. Kazquillo @youtube check out my news from mexico.

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    1. Yaqui, love the support your giving our raza! Seen a couple videos from this plebe very well done and informative. "El Mayo:The last Boss". Wow! Saludos Kazquillo y puro pa delante plebe

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  23. Everyone always playing the "victim" card when facing CJNG.







    pura GENTE del señor MENCHO. 🆖️🐓

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