Monday, October 5, 2020

Mariano Soto executed, creator of "Tijuana sin Censura"

 Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat     Radio Formula

It happened around 5 in the afternoon. In September he had survived an armed attack. Two days ago he had criminally denounced the Tijuana mayor the September attack, and questioned missing cocaine seizure

 


Mariano Soto Cortez, influencer of the “Tijuana Sin Censura”, was executed during the afternoon of Sunday, October 4.

Around 5:30 p.m. yesterday, the man was killed by subjects aboard a gray Cadillac model car, who shot Mariano Soto, who was hit by a gunshot in the chest.

The crime occurred near the Prolongación Paseo de los Héroes street, Colonia 20 de Noviembre in Tijuana, Baja California. The assailants fled, while the victim managed to call the 911 emergency service. However, upon the arrival of paramedics, Soto Cortez no longer had vital signs.

Before being attacked yesterday, Mariano Soto assured that if he was the victim of an attack, he held the municipal president of Tijuana, Arturo González, and the local secretary of Public Security, Jorge Ayón, responsible, since he filed a complaint against both of them for an alleged seizure of 600 kilograms of cocaine, which had not been reported.

Before being attacked yesterday, Mariano Soto assured that if he was the victim of an attack, he held the municipal president of Tijuana, Arturo González, and the local secretary of Public Security, Jorge Ayón, responsible, since he filed a complaint against both of them for an alleged seizure of 600 kilograms of cocaine, which had not been reported.

On September 16 last, the influencer suffered another gun attack, he received injuries in an arm and two in the back.

Mariano Soto was sentenced to prison in September 2019 for the crime of extortion and would spend five years behind bars. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, he was left in a state of semi-freedom.

The sentence established that the influencer requested money, for several months, from a businessman, in exchange for not starting a smear campaign against him on social networks. Although the subject was not recognized as a journalist, he was registered in the Protection Mechanism established by the federal government.

The influencer was recognized by his followers when he used the phrase "It hurts whoever hurts" in his videos of citizen complaints published on his Facebook account.


18 comments:

  1. Protection mechaniciazum he was not being protected he was killed, political related, city officials making people disappear.

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  2. Le duela a quien le duela is like
    "to whomever it may concern" hurt whoever it may hurt, you do not use you own name to report, specially the theft of evidence, even less 600 kilos de cocaina, you go straight up to the big bosses and keep your nane out of it, they could be the ones that did it.
    If anybody wants their 600 kilos back demand anonymously to get a negotiated deal.

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  3. The bizarre world in which we live in nowadays. Where taking pics with the food we consume has become some sort of norm. When did that become a thing for everyone? It just seems like such a weird thing to do. Just as crazy like when some individuals who take their selfies inside bathrooms. I’ve never understood that. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Taking selfies in restroom is a great thing....Dr. Sol how can you not figure it out.....the MIRROR, MAKE UP.

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    2. I’m old-school and don’t understand it either Sol, and I suspect you are old school as well. The millennial‘s and younger generations along with their social networks have changed the way our society interacts and they like to publicly display every aspect of their lives via photos on Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook, thus expanding their reach and intrinsic psychological payoff. From a psychological perspective it feeds their ego and sense of self, much like those of us who are old-school enjoyed getting together for dinner or drinks at an establishment with friends. We enjoyed the company and good time we had with those that were with us—physically. They not only enjoy doing the act with those physically present, but also enjoy doing it in cyberspace with all of their followers. It’s the same payoff but the behavior is radically different and this problematic for those of us to understand or relate too; because many of us don’t want to share every single moment of our lives publicly. As insane as it sounds to the younger generations we like to keep our private lives private. LOL I was watching a documentary on Vice last night and a young criminal whose father was also a criminal referred to his criminal activities, which were counterfeiting, and the process that he went through and stated that if Snapchat were around at that time he would have been “blasting out photos of the process all out on SP” because it was so cool. As if the temporary nature of Snapchat would have kept him from getting arrested, when more than likely it would have expedited his arrest and subsequent incarceration.

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    3. 1:16 Yeah, yeah...
      Those Were the Days

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    4. People just showing off..
      "Look I'M EATING stake in THIS fancy RESTAURANT.." NOT my STYLE either 😆

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  4. Not sure which way to go on this one: deceased seems to have been putting himself out there extorting people and becoming a target.

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  5. His occupation got him killed. Whether for being a con-artist or operating a legitimate complaint box on social media.
    Interesting character though.

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  6. Aqui no pasa nada!

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  7. Mariano Soto did not read enough BB, to realize how dangerous it is for reporters, to be in the open and get killed. Now will they investigate or let 8 months go by and then investigate?

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  8. A Cadillac in Tijuana...not exactly a low profile he was keeping smh

    Condolences to loved ones.

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  9. This man might as well paint a target on him.

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  10. I don’t understand. Was he truly an extortionist and a criminal himself??

    Or was he a journalist that ticked off the wrong cartel thugs??

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  11. The guy was a criminal, not a journalist, he used to hang with the buffon "Cobra commander", both of them where used by CJNG at some time, he tried to run with CDS but got killed by them. This guy had a feud with the real journalist of Tijuana because none took him seriously as he had many criminal connections.

    Rana got a banner blaming CAF out tody BTW. Typical CDS tactic in TJ, kill someone and them claim the killing with a banner signed by either CAF or CJNG to heat them up.

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    1. Just how they (Rana) made a big scene about a boy getting kill and blame CTNG and turned out they had done it.

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  12. 11:40 apparently he loved his steaks too much, chayote or extortion must have worked for a while...

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