Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Nuevo Laredo: Kidnapping victim was the person moving in the truck bed and is ordered killed after shooting stopped

By Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat
      Raul and Evelyn identify their son


On July 11, Raúl Tercero filed a complaint with the Attorney General's Office ( FGR ) against the Sedena for the wrongful death of his son Damián Jenovés Tercero .

On July 3rd in Nuevo Laredo, there was a chase of CDN cartel members by the Mexican Army.
The pursuit and shooting had stopped when an agent noticed movement in the CDN pickup bed.  “He’s still alive! Kill him!” he ordered. More than 200 rounds of ammo were released into the body of 18-year-old teen Damien.

He no longer moved, he was dead and was the probable victim yet again, this time not by CDN, but by the very entity that is supposed to protect citizens, the Mexican Army.

Damien was one of three kidnapping victims that were killed in the clash.  Like the others, he was in the pickup bound by his hands and feet. 

Defenseless.

Nine days prior, on June 24th Damien and his brother disappeared while walking home in Nuevo Laredo.

His brother Alejandro has not been located.

After the chase and killing of “CDN members” the army announced that Damien was, like the 2 other kidnapped victims, “a criminal”.

A day later El Universal reported that Damien had been reported missing and abducted a little over a week earlier.  Just as the other two killed in the attack.

Now the government is scrambling to cover up what happened on July 3rd.

The defense team of the victims' families have not received a response from the prosecution. To date, their requests for information have been ignored.

They have requested but has not been forwarded are; information on  the vehicles that participated, names, and positions of all the elements that intervened in the events of July 3, and the job profile of each soldier. It was also requested that a list of all the weapons that were used, and those involved be summoned for questioning and precautionary measures were required so that each of the participants is detained.

None of this has happened. To date not even a response to the request.

“We have always known. They have always protected each other. The prosecution will never do anything against the soldiers. That is why they delay and hinder the administration of justice,” said the attorney representing Damien’s father.

Mexico has a history of extrajudicial killings and black squads.

Yesterday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador ‘AMLO’ reported that he ordered to the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) to conduct an investigation into this case because he indicated that his government will not allow such practices.


The three abducted young people included: one, a migrant from Chiapas; another, a university student, and the third one has no information.

32 comments:

  1. I have never commented before, but I read somewhere that the parents of the kidnapped had mentioned they belonged to a criminal group. Also, they were wearing army fatigues and holsters. So yes probably they were kidnapped, but they were criminal contras and therefore fair game for the army. The only wrong thing here is the soldiers not complying with the cease fire order. Although maybe the one who said it had no ranking, and then a higher up yells kill him. He knew he was a criminal too and it wouldn't do any good to leave him alive. We all know that, unfortunately it was caught on camera.

    If a rival criminal group kidnaps you, you are not a victim. You are still a criminal.

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    1. 4 trucks....I ma working on the story of one of the other victims.

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    2. also making rounds on social media is that cdn dresss kidnapped victims in military for confusion. Not necesarily in this case, el universal and proceso says the 3 were not dressed the same as the narcos. and they were tied hands and feet

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    1. gurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrl whats happeneing to the fires?

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    2. Less than 10% contained. Weather has been favorable lately but still looks like hell throughout the state. Smoke everywhere north to south, being outside more than an hour gives you a headache.

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    3. Why dien of the smoke chivita en the bay area it's bad all da way to central valley

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  3. Why do people even live there? You wanna get rid of these assholes people should pack up and setup refugee camps to get international attention

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  4. The problem is a clash between the vulnerable police and military and the catch and release policies of the government. The ignorant politicians do not realize how much this is damaging La Republica. The restrained youth may or may not have been engaged in crime but this is not a military commander's decision to make. The real answer may be investigations followed by Firing Squads which are televised.

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    1. Firing squads on TV, what are you on dude! MEXICO does not have death penalty, nor will they ever want it, ya dig.

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  5. Piece of sh1t CDN kidnapping innocents. I am so happy they got smoked by the army. I hope they suffered. Pity for those 3 innocents.

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  6. Other versions saying that the bound people had already been killed by CDN. Either way I find it difficult to blame the military. A person moving in a vehicle that just tried to kill them is a dangerous person. Doubt the solidier that ordered to finish the person off had a perfectly clear view.

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    1. 12:55 i think you are full of shit too...
      How the hell were they dead if the soldiers had to shoot them all up all over again?

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    2. Use context clues. If the bound people had already been dead then it means the soldiers finished off CDN members.

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  7. I'm glad the kidnappers were at least shot the hell up themselves, probably squirming and shitting themselves. I hope this was a decent blow to those piles of shit CDN.

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  8. 9:54 if somebody has a problem with the catch and release policoes, they should not be working law enforcement to put themselves above anybody, "not even criminals entitled to the presumption of innocence".
    Now the killers must be be defrocked, dressed down, and drummed out to court and out of their jobs before going to prison
    AMLO's mistake or "deal" is having the military doing police work like FECAL and EPN...

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    1. Sure. A real corrupt police force is the right group to protect the citizens. Military is more equipped and prepared to confront this real dangerous criminals. Unfortunately USA hasn’t stop ✋🏼 the flow of drugs money and weapons.

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  9. The people in power aren't ignorant , they know exactly what they're doing. Obviously, they don't give a shit, it's their culture while you're in power gather all the eggs you can, if you don't they think you are ignorant.

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    1. As the DEA is after Narco-gobernador Francisco javier garcia cabeza de cagadas de Vacas, he is trying to prove he is one tough law enforcement mophaka and killing his associated narcos.

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  10. 200 rounds into one body, a little overkill if you ask me.

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  11. I feel for the family, but it's a war in Mexico. They feel they have to exterminate these people so they can never harm anyone else. The family should get compensated but it's to much asking to reveal the names of the soldiers. It would put them in jeopardy. I understand their judgment is clouded by grief but this request solves nothing. They have to remember the ones that kidnapped their loved one was the other guys. The chances are high that they would eventually kill him.

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    1. You got that right. Another thing. Why is it that all the people dead I see on those pictures is wearing military clothing? It reminds me of that 18 year old kid how got killed by la Barbie in Acapulco. His parents said he was a good kid until he was seen on that video.

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  12. 9:54 "we are still waiting for the end of the Tlatlaya mass murder of innocents by the local military"
    That will be the epilogue on the tombs of the dead, in spanish of course...

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  13. Guess Americans are to Blame for this also

    Mexico is HELPLESS Fight Citizens of Mexico Stop running away

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    1. In the way they are. You might don’t see it but your appetite for drugs give this criminals enough money. At the same time your ineptitude on stopping the sale and flow of weapons down south is crazy.

      Now. How you expect Mexican citizens to fight back against people armed with military style weapons? As you know many don’t have money or ways to buy those type of weapons.

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    2. 5:53 well, if the US spent 32 billion setting up and running their War on drugs in México, before AMLO GOT TO POWER, then the US IS GÜILTY as charged, no matter how many times appeals, these are now the results of US interventionism advised by some powerful US Corporate Welfare Queens as US Foreign policy campaigns

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  14. don't you see? this is EXACTLY what CDN wants, and EXACTLY why they had 3 tied up hostages in their truck. Now the story is "military killed an innocent" and its a lot easier for the politicians to optically address that problem as they control the military. It distracts from the real story they have ZERO control over: there are roving gangs of tweaked out TEENAGERS armed to the TEETH zooming in circles around Laredo in stolen pickup trucks murdering everyone. It's completely out of control...so, in this case...a few hostages die, the cartel changes the narrative, and the politicians don't have to address the real problem. Don't you recall the political secretary in charge of human rights violations in NL was on the payroll of the CDN? Sadly this all makes sense.

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    1. In the way there is more to that story. My big question is. Why they were kidnapped for ? Will the cartel release those people to go back to their families alive and safe ?

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    2. @ 2:48 am. CDN RELEASES NO ONE. THEY MAKE PEOPLE DISSAPEAR " NO BODY NO CASE" There is Thousands in Nuevo Laredo Missing Entire Families. WHo knows where the bodys are?????? I have family missing in Nuevo laredo as well. The Fkin Police wont do shit

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  15. It is well known in my Mexican city in Tamaulipas that a majority of people here or more for the cartels either CDN or old Z over the Mexican armed forces. We do not understand that in our large family, but we have lived here forever, and it is accepted as just that is the way it goes here. So when the army kills anyone it is considered as an effrontery to the community, that is the killing of a fellow Mexican. Funny as in ironic that the reverse is not true here that when a soldier gets killed few take notice to any big degree. Anyone reading would not then be amazed to know why the army kills civilians so readily as the army guys unofficially consider everyone here to be directly or indirectly involved or supportive of the criminal gangs. It is total immersion into that way of thinking here and has been that way forever. That among other factors is the reason that our family always says that it is a civil war here between the federalis and the people. Then there are our state's politicians, and they just sit in between everyone--getting donations from all segments to fill their greedy pockets--allowing anything goes. "Forget it Jake, it's Chinatown," jaja.

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  16. Yep you make good points
    mexico is fcked to the core

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    1. 7:13 am u always blame mexico , take a look in ur states protest,ugly as hell.

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