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Friday, June 18, 2021

Gunmen Kill 'El Guacho', Ex-Police Commander and Key Suspect in the 43 Missing Students Case

"MX" for Borderland Beat


Humberto Velázquez Delgado (alias "El Guacho"), a retired Guerrero State Police commander and key suspect in the Ayotzinapa missing students case, was killed yesterday afternoon inside his business in downtown Iguala.

Official reports from the State Public Security Secretariat (SSP) indicate that gunmen killed Velazquez Delgado at around 1:20 p.m. in El Sargento, a store where he sold police uniforms and other equipment. The victim was shot in the head and died at the scene.

The former police commander had already survived several assassination attempts. One of them occurred on the Mexico City-Acapulco federal highway in 2010, when the attackers ambushed him. Velazquez Delgado survived without injuries.

In 2018, his son Jonathan was shot to death in Guerrero. When Velazquez Delgado and his family went to the local morgue to claim his body, sicarios stormed the place and killed four of his relatives. Velazquez Delgado survived.

Background

The parents of the 43 missing students had requested authorities to issue an arrest warrant against Velázquez Delgado for years. They said that he had ties to the Guerreros Unidos criminal group and was involved in the September 2014 mass disappearance.

Velazquez Delgado disappeared from public view until 2016. That year, he gave a presence conference where he denied any involvement with an organized crime group. The students' parents said that federal authorities never investigated him because his brother, Ulises, was deputy director of the Iguala Municipal Police under former Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) mayor Esteban Albarran.

In 2017, Guerreros Unidos gang member Ernesto Pineda Vega told investigators that he delivered monthly payments to Velazquez Delgado and his brother. He said that Velazquez Delgado was working on behalf of María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa, the wife of former Iguala mayor José Luis Abarca Velázquez.

Jose Luis Abarca Velazquez (right) was the mayor of Iguala, Guerrero, when the 43 students went missing in September 2014. His wife Maria de los Angeles Pineda Villa (left) belongs to an old criminal clan that was involved with the Beltran Leyva Cartel.
"[He] said the money was for the criminal organization Guerreros Unidos, to which María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa has belonged ever since", Ernesto Pineda Vega said in a statement.

Within the 400 volumes of the Ayotzinapa case file there is a document provided by the Iguala Municipal Public Security Directorate that includes the names of 165 police officers who were active on the day the students went missing.

Among the names include two of the Velazquez Delgado's children, Omar Velázquez Nájera and Jonathan Uriel Velázquez Ruiz, as well as his brother Ulises. They were assigned to "vehicle recovery" throughout Iguala.

Neither the Guerrero Prosecutor's Office nor Mexico's Attorney General's Office (FGR) have called these officials for questioning to clarify what happened the night the students went missing.

22 comments:

  1. Cuini cantsmdo ya desdentprsno.

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    1. 2:07 cuini singing BS, the mexican military and federal police are trying to cover up their crime with this BS, iguala police did not kick out the international investigators, did not create the mentira historica, did not put ashes and bones in the garbage dump, did not classify the C4 records regarding the Ayotzinapa kidnappings and disappearances,
      Please STOP the BS, it will not whitewash shit.
      Omar hamid garcia harfuch did not get permission to leave the crime scene from iguala police either, even the murdering abarcas did not do that Crime of State, don't be naive and believe the spinners BS...

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  2. Curupt officials getting killed, soon it will be the ladies turn, for ordering the criminal underworld to get rid of the students, because she did not want them protesting at her campaign meeting. Wonder if the ex mayor is free or in jail.

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    1. They are all still in prison. Nobody wants to help them.

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    2. 2:15 by the time the students were kidnapped, the abarcas meeting WAS OVER, do not lick clean the BS platter.

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  3. Charmaine is a bitch. Better off with this outcome than nothing.
    This tragic event is & will be the black-eyed for Mexico.

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    1. 2:17 "México" did not do it.

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  4. This is the Mexican government working diligently to cover up the case. Someone was paid to kill this guy because of his info. Don't ever assume murders like these are random. They never are. Once Cuini testifies, he will be extradited, giving a nice US deal, and case close.

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    1. 2:34 Exactly RIGHT..

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    2. Thanks Sherlock

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    3. why does mexico have 'normalista' communist schools anyway, what's the background to that?

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    4. 4:48 normalistas are communist only in the minds of the capitalist oligarchs and mini-dictators who don't know how to live without government money they steal.
      I could say you are a flea bitten dog with a crappy ass, it would not necessarily be true.

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  5. He liked to eat cats

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  6. https://www.breitbart.com/border/2021/06/18/graphic-cartels-forge-new-alliance-for-control-of-western-mexico/

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    1. Breitbart is trash. Take your neo-confederate websites to 4chan

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  7. Please do some reporting on RCQ. He must be found. He murdered a Marine. He must be brought to justice. Semper Fi.

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  8. How does El Senor Cuini know about Ayotzinapa 43? I'm not on this site like you all so what did I miss?

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    1. 4:15 It is one more Mentira Historica somebody dug out from their ass...
      And it stinks properly of BS.

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  9. From state police to sicario outfitter.

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  10. THE MATA-MUJERES CARTEL DID IT😀😀😀

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    1. Yep CDS definitely did it 8:09

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