Friday, September 4, 2020

Boxer Killed in Tijuana: José “Gallito” Quirino

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta / esto
Boxer Brigeel José “Gallito” Quirino, 24, died outside the IMSS Clinic 36, after he was shot in the vicinity of the Las Torres neighborhood in Tijuana, on Thursday afternoon, September 3. 

The first data indicates that a former boxer was aboard a white Nissan Altima vehicle when he was shot and attacked by unknown persons.

Boxing is in mourning. The Tijuana boxer, José Briegel “Gallito” Quirino, lost his life when he was attacked with a firearm on Thursday afternoon.

Information obtained by ZETA indicates that the last fight of “Gallito” Quirino was registered in February 2019 at the Tijuana Municipal Auditorium. He had a 20-3-3 record. His father was also a boxer. José Quirino had a record as a professional of 20 victories in the strings, of which nine were via chloroform; in addition to three losses and three draws.
             


The police report indicates that around 2:45 p.m., the athlete received bullet wounds in the rib cage and died when being transferred in a private vehicle; those allegedly responsible fled the scene of the crime.
The boxer was the son of former World Boxing Organization (WBO) Super Flyweight champion, José “Gallo” Quirino.

The 25-year-old, considered a promise in the Mexican boxing world, was shot in the Las Torres neighborhood of the border city, according to El Imparcial .


"Gallito" made his professional boxing debut on July 21, 2012 with a victory. He won the 2015 International Youth Championship of the World Boxing Council (WBC) in the Super Flyweight category , which he successfully defended on one occasion.

The victim's relatives transferred him aboard the same unit to the nearest clinic, located in the La Pechuga neighborhood, however, after not being the rightful title-holder, he was allegedly denied access, for which reason paramedics from the The Red Cross treated him at the scene, but he was declared dead shortly after 3:30 p.m.

( I can only interpret this to mean he was technically not in his own neighborhood's IMSS clinic )


The former boxer's vehicle had bullet holes in the passenger side glass, and in various parts of the body of the car. Nothing is known about the alleged perpetrators, nor the motive.

No attention was denied: IMSS
According to information provided by the IMSS, it states that “the health institution recognizes the obligation to provide service to all Qualified Urgencies regardless of whether the patient is a registered beneficiary or not; at no time was medical attention denied to those who requested it ”.

In an information statement, the institution indicates that at 2:53 p.m. on Thursday a vehicle arrived at the guardhouse of the parking lot of the Family Medical Unit number 36, which was escorted by a police patrol and from which a woman came to seek medical attention for an injured person.

"The guard on duty gave directions to the woman entering the medical care area entrance, since it is located at a considerable distance from the parking lot where she requested support."

However, the statement clarifies that one of the police elements guarding the car reported that the victim had died, so they requested the presence of the State Attorney General's Office.


29 comments:

  1. Anything goes in Tijuana.

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  2. What does it mean his father Gallo won 9 matches via cloroform?

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    1. 5:40 Via Chloroform means by KO, "he put rivals to sleep".

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  3. Look, seriously. Your translations are HORRIBLE. If I didn't know Spanish I would have no idea wtf you're talking about. Proofread or something. I'll help you.

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  4. is illegal if i put in bulletprof windows on my car ? X SI UN UN PINCHE CRACKHEAD ME KIERA ROBAR UN DOLLAR

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    1. 6:40 de onde agarrastes ese dollar?
      Andas de double dealer?
      Confiesa o te encobijamos güey!

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  5. I understand that meanings get lost in translation. Okay, 9 of his 20 victories were achieved via chloroform. What the heck does that mean? I suppose that opponents who shrug off lefts and rights might fold under chloroform. I get the gist of most ambiguous translations. But here I concede defeat.

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  6. “nine victories via chloroform”!?!?! I guess boxers get down like that in Mexico!

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  7. Pay your bill next time .... 👊

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  8. Young talent gone to waste due to cowards!

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  9. how does a boxer obtain 9 victories via chloroform lmao

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    1. You guys are IGNORANT about boxing...the term means all the way to the 12 round getting ko or by decision try fighting 12 rounds is like you under chloroform half ass sleep due to exhaustion..i could tell half of the ones posting here are millenials that don't follow boxeo mexicano en español..

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    2. thanks for your comment @7:49.
      that is/ was my interpretation and I will admit I am pretty ignorant about any and all boxing.

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    3. It means he won by knock out...Plain and simple,not getting tired after going the distance. Its only obvious to those who know boxing

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    4. Chloroform on the gloves..works every time

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    5. 7:49 when a fight gets stopped before the last round ends, it is a TKO, Technical Knock Out due to a boxer's evident disability or impairment.
      A Knock Out is when a fighter goes down to the canvas unconscious.
      --Going the distance means fighting all the rounds and having to accept the judges decision, it may be a victory or a tie and it may be a corrupt decision, depends.

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    6. TKO/KO are practically the same thing record wise and stopped by the boxers corner are victories also won by chloroform because your opponent couldn't complete the scheduled rounds the fight. That's why the boxers records will be: wins, loses, draws, no decisions, knock outs. In general 5:49 is correct

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  10. You train your whole life only to be killed by a coward scum pulling the trigger from a far. Boxer would have killed him in a 1 on 1 fight.

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    1. This wasn’t random. Just so you know I’m pretty sure of that. This individual was highly recognized in tj. This hit was planned. They might want to look into that famous burned former boxer

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    2. Don’t know why Antonio Margarito hasn’t been targeted, he’s rich and is well known he must know someone

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  11. Thanks Yaqui. Read bout this on BoxingScene also. Can somebody please tell me why clinic wouldn't treat him?. R.I.P.

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    1. You know, That is what Zeta reports, I read a bunch of accounts that did not say that. Considering the timing I think he was pretty much DOA at the parking lot.

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    2. This is what i seen. https://www.boxingscene.com/jose-gallito-quirino-24-years-old-shot-killed-tijuana--151474 And yes i just re read ya post and seen part about IMSS saying they didn't deny access. My mistake i missed that first time i read it

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  12. His father was also a boxer. José Quirino had a record as a professional of 20 victories in the strings, of which nine were via chloroform

    I'm assuming this was a translation misinterpretation. Unless his father padded his gloves with chloroform lol.

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    1. 20 victories in THE RING !
      I am sorry , I admit I know NOTHING about boxing.
      and yes, I assumed Chloroform is / was a K/O.

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    2. 1:23 the spanish "cuerdas" in boxing become the Ropes in english...not strings

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  13. esto no es nuevo en la frontera. alla por los 90s los narco jrs quebraron a gente del box por ordenes de ariba. k descanse en paz

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  14. In Mexico, the good die.

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