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Monday, October 19, 2020

Monterrey Nuevo Leon: An extortioner wanted more money, an employee kills him, all caught on security cam

 Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  El Norte

Detained "hero" released... new video

After he went into a Monterrey business multiple times attempting to charge “piso”, an extortioner was shot to death in Colonia Moisés Sáenz, in Apodaca.

The crime was reported to the police at 8:20 p.m. on Saturday, however the cameras recorded the incident at 6:02 p.m..

In a video recorded by the cameras of the business "Pollo y Carnes La Subida", to which EL NORTE had access, the alleged extortionist can be seen talking to another person on a cell phone to warn him that the employees did not want to give him money.

"No, they don't have anything, they won't give me anything".

"They say the boss took everything, I'm inside here, but they don't want to give anything."

According to the workers, the call was heard that the person he was speaking with told them to kill them all.

"They give you all the money, and if they don't want to, kill everyone in that place," one of the employees overheard.

After being threatened, one of the workers took advantage of a distraction from the extortionist to draw a pistol carried by another employee at his waist.

With the gun in hand, he approached the man and shot him in the back on at least three times, killing him.

A police source said that the killer, identified as Montserrat, 36, was arrested and turned over to the Public Ministry.

According to the workers, around 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, the alleged extortionists forced them to deposit 3,000 [142 usd] pesos in an account, but they returned later for a larger amount.

During the day, they reported that several vehicles with armed people roamed the surroundings of the business to intimidate the workers.

According to the first investigations by the authorities, the alleged extortionist arrived at the store in a white Nissan Versa car with logos of the company TOTSA, which provides taxi service at the airport.

At the site, elements of the State Investigation Agency and experts from the Prosecutor's Office secured the pistol with 4 .22 caliber bullets and 5 detonated shells.

So far, the alleged extortionist had not been identified.

106 comments:

  1. This one story is a first to hear, employee fearing all were going to be killed, fought back, great work. But what about the other guys that will seek revenge and burn the business down, I would not work there anymore.

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  2. For a minute i thought i saw another don alejo garza tamez justice.

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    1. He was a true hero!! Like Zapata!

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  3. Chivis and reader’s,

    What are the current gun laws as far as carrying concealed/open or in home protection in Mexico ?

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    1. In Mex the law is just a piece of paper. Nothing else.

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    2. 1:45 Que te valga verga GÜEY.
      Ora sacate a la chingada con tus preguntas pendejas.

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    3. 1:45
      Google is Free look it up
      or better yet Read it from books

      I am glad they wouldnt give them more money

      Yes Fight back Mexico Your Good hard working peoples do deserve to kneel for Cartels
      Gather together DEMAND JUSTICE
      DONT RUN DONT HIDE

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    4. One that I know of is you can’t have anything over a .38 Maybe this is why the Super .38 is the most sought out handgun in Mx. Also you can get a gun license if you belong to a “hunting club” but that sounds more like for the elites.

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    5. Super opposed to citizens being able to defend themselves from the criminals the government fails to protect them from.

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  4. So they arrested the victim?!...what backwards country.

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    1. No so backward. Perp shot in The back. People need to better understand the threshold for self defense. There is certain criteria which needs to be met

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    2. So he should've waited till the extortionist turned around?? It's bull shit that the police don't do a thing to help protect private citizens from cartel atrocities but slap the cuffs on a civilian for protecting other employees from a death sentence. I imagine this guy will be handed over to whatever cartel has rank.Smh

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    3. 8:40 shot on the back while receiving orders: Kill 'em All can't be illegal.
      Extortion is illegal.

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    4. Like being in fear your life and having multiple coworkers confirming the threat?

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    5. This isnt the USA BOZO- it comes down to who you are and who you know- not if he was shot in the back of all things

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    6. Not sure how it works there but if someone has reasonable cause to fear for their life, then it IS self defense.

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    7. 840 He is on tape extorting! Threatening to kill everyone! Shoot the mf in the back cut his heart out eat it or hang his ass ! Now put the killer in a corrupt jail because he defended himself?
      People at work and some stupid mf walks in to rob you , in the USA expect to get shot ....
      Finally a victory for a gun owner in Mexico.

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    8. Facts he did what he had to do

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    9. 449 lol he actually made a phone call to find out what to do when they wouldn’t pay!!??
      Bam bam he gone...

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  5. glad to see scum bags getting killed

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  6. Finally someone that had enough of those scum,good riddance,that employee should be given a medal of honor.Mis respetos para ese hombre que finalmente acabo con una lacra,nunca tendre compasion para un extorsionador que amenaza y aterroriza a la gente honrada y trabajadora de Mexico.

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  7. Now the workers and their workplace are being left to their own devices by the state and municipal police, and the melitary...

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    1. Dude the munis are 100% aligned with the local group. The estatales may belong to a cartel and not care.

      The munis will pick-up every employee for questioning and they will never be seen again 😢

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  8. That’s what’s up!

    People need to stand up to these scumbags but you know the crooked cops are gonna turn in the guy who shot the extortionist. It’s just the sad reality!

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  9. Good riddance... If he was a CJNG operative, CJNG cheerleaders would be justifying why "piso" needs to be charged and how its a "part of the game"... just saying.

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    1. @ 2:00pm...you're full of shit. I'm a regular here at BB. And I can't recall reading a post where some cjng nuthugger tries to justify "piso" charges. The only ones that try and justify their bullshit are the snitchaloas when it comes to ratting, snitching, de pone dedos pues, pa'que me entiendas you fucking lame...y Arriba Michoacan y sus verdes cerros Primo!!!.

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    2. Ya already posting a comment 😂 just saying.

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    3. @1128 look how butt hurt u get when he made fun of cjng. Cjng wouldnt piss on u if u were on fire. "Snitchaloa" lol who cares bout these groups

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    4. 11:28 but yall cjng groupies be justifying killing pregnant women

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  10. Hay que darle piso a la lacra, bravo, espero la empleada salga bien librada.

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    1. Parece vato el que le dispara y mata por la espalda, wacha el vídeo completo

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  11. Of course he got ARRESTED, in 🇲🇽 THE bad guys with money can do what they PLEASE and the government including POLICE help THEM criminals..
    MEXICO is backwards..

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    1. Shit happens in the U.S also. I knew of a local business owner in my neighborhood who killed a guy trying to pull off the same shit as this scumbag. He ended up doing 3 years in prison. Had he not filed police reports previous to the killing he would've been looking at 25 to life.

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    2. 1134 the video is a Mexican matter, why you bring in USA. Into this, could you be the next osamba bin laden,that's has hatred, and wants to blow New York ?

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    3. 11:06 no mames Güey,
      Pretty boy just wanted to step on your calloused tostito cheese stinking toes, and looks like it worked, there is plenty of crime on the US too.

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    4. 1134 you’re delusional bro just admit Mexico is backwards don’t bring USA in the mix.

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  12. dude said fuck that you aint killing me id rather go to the joint for a few years

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  13. EXCELLENTE. NEED TO SEE MORE OF THIS IN MX.

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  14. Let's hope that at least this employee can have the "Self Defense" issue work in his favor. It sucks because now he also probably will have to deal with a bunch of guys that won't let it go, that he killed one of their pieces of shit.
    My goodness. Damned if you do, Damned if you don't.

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  15. En realidad si te van a matar.lo mejor es la defensa de tu vida como se pueda. La carcel no es nada comparado con la muerte. Yo creo que el señor que disparo salvo a todos de la muerte.

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  16. Fucking bullshit. Mi lindo Mexico querido que te a pasado. Good job on killing that piece of shit but it’s so fucked up how he got arrested. It’s sad that the cowards will retaliate and those workers won’t be able to live comfortably now. Thank god for the second amendment really wish Mexico would make it legal. Fuck extortionists

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    1. "Mexico querido que te a pasado"
      " Thank god for the second amendment "
      Ohh please

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  17. About time someone puts there foot down and grow a pair

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  18. Of course, the victim of extortion gets arrested. Unreal

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  19. Haz patria, mata un extorcionador

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  20. Finally! One for the good guys!

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  21. Probably be a good idea to call in sick tomorrow though.

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    1. ..... he got arrested bro. He’s not going into work

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    2. How can he call in sick, if they say he got arrested.

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    3. 409 highway 647 breaker 19. It was a joke...

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  22. What a bunch of crap! The worker kills the criminal because he overheard him being told to "kill them all" and they arrest the shooter. They should give him a medal!

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  23. Para que vean como son culos todos los pinche exorcionadores.
    No tienen los huevos para decirles a sus patrones que no deben extorcionar pero para matar a gente sin armas y innocente si pueden.
    Si son de cartel hasta mas culos son aparte mierdas.

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  24. Que bueno...otro cucaracha bien muerto...que bueno. Al matador le debemos de regalar una comida con todo.

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  25. So please tell me anybody with any experience with Mexican Justice what's going to happen to this poor so-called killer really I call him a hero

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  26. This is the time when undercover cops would do well to enter the restaurant where this happened and help protect it.
    No matter what these fuckin lowlife extortionists will attempt to get revenge for what happened and the authorities cannot let this restaurant but more imporatantly its employees simply go unprotected because one character was killed.
    In other words this is far from over and yes there are undercover police officers that work in Mexico also. Wether they are trustworty or capable is a different story.

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    1. Bro, this Mexico unfortunately all those involved including the business are likely doomed.

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    2. In US under cover cops get paid well.
      In Mexico under cover cops get paid low, that they moonlight with the cartel for extra money.
      Furthermore cartels have Police and mayor on bribe money, collected from extortion, kidnapping, drug sales, human trafficking. In other words the system is going to throw the book at the victim.

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    3. @6:03...i thought the same. Not gonna end good for that business. Plus customers will be spooked to go there.

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  27. Godspeed to the employee's. Hopes they all get out of town.

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  28. One man to stand up. Now more mexican need to do the same

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  29. Good riddance scum

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  30. Good job! Wish more people stood up like this. I know that it is easier said than done but if the devil is about to play god with your life and you have the opportunity to rid of him/her than sometimes you have to fight fire with fire.

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  31. Funny so the innocent people are tired of the BS

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  32. A gun in Mexico to defend yourself from a ruthless cartel? Sir that’s illegal!!

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    1. Yeah bro and he got arrested?

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  33. The police made sure that his name was made public so that their cartel friends can easily find him; the execution will be terrible for this poor worker, no win. For those that think he did well--he didn't have many choices caught between a rock and a hard place--think again when you see or hear of his entire family's execution pics. This IS the land of the lawless here and no John Wayne movie is going to change that.

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    1. Sad but entirely true,how do you fix this shit?
      Long hard road ahead for the people of mexico

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    2. 7:39 it's funny how they put his name out there, but criminals get thier face covered and last name omitted. Talk about privacy laws in Mexico. That whole shop has to close up, as those criminals will be back to avenge thier buddies death.

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  34. Not a place one wants to eat nowadays, no matter...well, Tacos?

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  35. It's nice you guys are posting these feel good story's.

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  36. Stupid, cctv is running and a bunch of witnesses.
    Its no a problem to shoot thugs but not on cctv.
    What did they think happens now.The good guy goes to jail.

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  37. Very sad situation cause the trigger man will soon die and the rest are in danger also. And the authorities can't do anything about it. Sad what Mexico has become, same as here USA and the rest of the world. Way too many butchers.

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    1. "same as here USA.Way too many butchers"
      Err,dont think so dude,ever notice how many people want to live in the US?No,ok

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    2. Comparing Mexico to USA not possible, does not equate.

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    3. It's bad and even worse. The feds here will straight kidnap you. You think the gruesome stuff that happens in Mexico doesn't happen here? Lol bienvenidos al valle, pinche gueros jotos. Your country is just as bad, the news you are brainwashed with wont tell you everything.

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    4. 8:10 you comparing Russia to Mexico?😂 Your funny.

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  38. His screams were music to my ears.

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  39. LET ME GUESS IT WAS C.J.N.G WHO WAS THE EXTORTIONISTS????? YOU TROLLS ARE NUTTS LOL

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  40. Dude is a hero, all the best to him and his co-workers.

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  41. Cartels are going to want to hire the shooter!

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  42. 6:59, we know what you are saying, right, you cannot compare such as the atrocities of Vietnam, Laos, and on and on. How many hundreds of thousands of innocents killed and maimed by the good ol' USA.

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  43. 6:55, what does the desire to work have to do with all the butchering that goes on in the USA at your malls, cinemas, schools, and then there are your police that love to kill black people before while they are "presumed innocent." You know that is enshrined in your constitution, but it doesn't matter to the butchers as they treat black and Latino men and women as guilty and execute them before judgment. Then there is the butchering that occurs in your inner cities at each minute of every day 24/7 by the copious use of illicit drugs that you all seem to crave in abundance. Do you know why you have a big drug problem? It could have something to do with your violent society.

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  44. Da Chivis I saw the video and quite left breathless at how the enpt laws work over there, this is a prime example...that criminals have more rights than the victims. Why did the newscaster mention the employee victims name that was to stay private, but I always see criminals names and faces covered. This criminal was on speaker phone, crying to his boss, they have no extortion money, yet all the employees heard the boss say killed all, police better set the victim free.

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  45. It is what all mexicans must do. These aholes are the scum of the earth. Hell & The Devil here in our world and it is in mexico.

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  46. Esto tenemos que haver, todos. Con estas pinches cartelitas/sicarias cobardes. Ya ven que cuando no van en vola de 40 camionetas son Uno's pobres pendejos e indios. Hasta se escucha como la putitas grita quejandose. No muy puta tier 1 operator o grupo elita de la verga. Todos son pajaron nalgona. Como e dicho, esta cartelita se topo con un gallo y chingo a su reputisima mugraso hediendo madre.

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  47. Let me see a cartel criminal can murder, rape, rob rob anyone anytime.
    While a victim acted with a weapon, to defend himself as others from death, he gets arrested, name published the book thrown at him.

    I call that a lawless country.

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  48. That business possibly did not have enough business, due to covid19 pandemic, and this lowlife criminals want big-time extortion money.

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  49. That extortionist will never have to ask for money. Wonder what type of gun the criminal had?.

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  50. Kill him before he kills all of them but himself. The employee vis a hero.
    But why arrest him. People rise up to crime. If we let them take ove, then it will be hard to get the bad guys.

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  51. Notice the extortionist moving around, back and forth as he was talking to El jefe, possibly high on something.

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    1. Why did he go in by himself? Why on speaker phone with the supposedly boss?

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  52. Good video images, shows the truth of how the the threats went down to the shooting.

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    1. The question is now, will they free the hero or throw him the book. Hope Chivis has a follow-up article as the days go by.

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    2. Hi!

      Well I didn't post a new article following up, but kept my eye on it and I posted at the top of this post in BOLD letters that HE HAS BEEN RELEASED AND CHARGES DROPPED. because of "lack of evidence" ✔

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    3. Thanks Chivis for the good news on this employee. He is our hero.
      Yaaaaaaa he is free.

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    4. So he's been positively identified for the cartel and released to face a high probability of death.

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    5. Thanks to the police, who gave out his name, now he is a sitting duck, he and his family have to move out of town.

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  53. Once again my original comment hasn't been posted

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    1. This one seems more appropriate than the the original.

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    2. Of course, because your a broken arrow, and cuss too much.

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  54. I would just delete the cctv , and put the dead guy in a table like he was eating as he was a victim of a hit by other cartel l. Police won’t sense a shit a regular a day in the office only 1 percent crime is punished in Mexico

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  55. Dude should get a medal. Free Montserrat!

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