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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Claudia's Solitary Fight for Justice

 Steve C Borderland Beat  Sol de Sinaloa

Culiacán, Sin.- It is not the first time that Claudia arrives at the foot of the five-story building and protests. This time, as on other occasions, she arrived at the Attorney General's Office at midmorning and without any help, alone with her courage and thirst for justice, she hung up four banners claiming that the person responsible for the murder of her 22-year-old son Irving, be arrested.

One of them, the last one, this time drew attention: "The murderer is defended by Los Chapitos, so the government will not arrest (sic) anyone."

In a city where organized crime seems to rule, this statement sounds suicidal. People know it, and that is why several vehicles stop to take pictures of the banners. The same is done by the agents of a patrol of the State Preventive Police and even an element of Municipal Transit.

From the front, two young people in a Jeep Cherokee truck seem to be watching, they take photos with their cell phones, they observe what the matter is about ...

When Claudia is asked if this banner will not cause her problems, she begins to cry lonely tears that swell in her blond eyes behind that face full of freckles: "I am willing to be killed to solve things", declares.

It is said she is tired, devastated. "They already took my life from me once when they killed my son, they can't do anything else to me," she says.

However, she tells the story of how her son Irving was murdered. It happened on June 16, 2017 when he was driving a Nissan Versa through the Chapultepec neighborhood. The young man was an Uber driver and left a pregnant girlfriend.

Now the girl is going to be 3 years old and Claudia longs to meet her. But she left after everything happened.

It indicates that the Prosecutor's Office, since then, has tried to clarify the case by presenting the version of a murderer who was already dead. In the crowd of words, she tries to explain that now there is an arrest warrant against an alleged perpetrator that she does not recognize.

"They want to place blame on another person, when I have already said who is responsible," she says. In the banners  she points out to the deputy prosecutor of the downtown area, Miguel Ángel Valdez Zazueta, to the public ministry of homicides and the Investigative Police to protect those responsible for the crime.

I did not come in La Primavera, nor do I have family members to support me, even my stepfather is helping them with their lies. It has been 3 years, 3 months and 19 days.

-Why the children of El Chapo?

"The person in charge who does not want to investigate in the Prosecutor's Office is a friend of them, it is the authority they should ask," said Claudia.

Claudia stayed until 1 in the afternoon. She says her solitary protest will continue, because all she demands is that justice be done for her son Irving.

"They will surely say that I am crazy, because in Sinaloa mothers who demand justice for our murdered or disappeared children always say the same thing: This woman is crazy."


37 comments:

  1. I want to hear the snitchloas who defend the chaputos

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    1. You wrote that wrong you mean anybody that favors and defends all the cartels? Or do you have your favorite?

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    2. No favorites here just want to hear a reaction and it looks like you are the first one, cds, z, cdg, viagras, cjng, they are all the same shit! My thing is i hear a lot of people like saying cds are saints when in fact they are the same as cjng

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    3. CSRL, CJNG, CDS and ALL the rest are savages who ALL kidnap, rape, extort,torture,kidnap,murder, and SNITCH. Anyone who defends ANY of these assholes is warped and may possess some of the same traits the Cartel bosses look for when looking for their next minimum wage killers. For your homework kid write: Cartels Are Bad 1000x! Smh..

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    4. agreed 3:46 they are all the same

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  2. This is not even the tip of the iceburg, chaputos and mayos have been raping and disapiring young girls for decades

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    1. Yes funny how all cartels have been killing innocent people right yes not even the tip of the iceberg.

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  3. Poor lady, she is a sitting Target, like the guy in Tijuana. I don't wish bad luck, upon her, some government official, may pay off a sacario a few bucks, to make her disappear forever.

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    1. Exactly. Like Marisela Escobedo and her fight following the murder of her 16 year old daughter Ruby in Ciudad Juárez.

      It was tragic yet expected when she was gunned down 💔

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    2. No law firm bus representing her, president has no sympathy for her, but does have to see Chapos mom, to collect a padded envelope.

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    3. Only in Mexico, very sad :(

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  4. God bless this woman.

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  5. Damn CDS always messing with innocents and trying to hide it

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  6. What is really f---ed about it is that she may want to die, thats her right and i respect her for her bravery. But wont it likely be they rape and torture her first? Dying isnt the worst, its the sick torture that is hard to face.

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  7. I would die on that hill.

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  8. This woman and Marisela Escobedo are the true definition bravery. They know there is no justice in Mexico and the only way they’ll be silenced is with a bullet. They know it and they are undeterred.

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    1. Actually,
      You just described the definition of a mom.

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  9. She should reach out to AMLO,if he can't help,maybe he can offer her hope and compassion.

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    1. Hes going to offer her hugs an d riddles

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    2. Haven't you kept up with BB articles, who do you think ANLO would defend...a citizen who lost a son? Or Chapos cartel members?
      Thier was a time he visited Chapos mother, hugged her, no masks on at the bet of the pandemic.

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    3. He offers more than just hugs but the blind and ignorant aren't aware. @7:09 BB isn't my only news source, sorry. BB offers one aspect of whats going on in mexico. For people like you, its perceived as all thats going on. Take off the blinders buddy, it's damaging your vision. #STAYWOKE

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  10. These are Gente Nueva Special Rapist Tier 1 Murderers

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  11. It seems that the woman are braver than the men. Just a broad generalization on my part. She is a danger to the law and the cartels-Yet she stands up in front of God and everyone and casts blame on the cops and the killer cartels. She is a very real problem to those she is exposing to the light of a demand for justice. Most, including myself, believe she has signed her own death warrant. In the U.S. her actions would be assessed as suicide by "cop" (in her case corrupt law enforcement /Cartels.

    She is a brave woman. A champion for her son in a state were she stands all alone against corruption and the cartel. The most powerful thing she said was "They have already killed me once when they killed my son. What else can they do to me?" Sadly we all know that there is plenty her enemies can still do-slow torture her before death, burn or dismember her body, and scatter her remains as a warning to the next "mother".
    PS: I have NEVER heard of a latino named Irving.

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  12. So her stepfather also works for los Chapitos? If that's true, then it makes me wonder if her son was into illicit activities as well.

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  13. Standing in a public place in front of a public office next to the signs she prepared...That is all the identity reveal necessary to sign her death warrant.

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  14. Only a mother knows what this woman is going thru...there are thousands of mothers in Mexico that are in the same situation. Their lives finished when their son/daughter were murdered. Tragic indeed.

    She is not afraid of death anymore, cause every day she dies again and again and again.

    I wish her and moms like her peace and prayers with them.

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    1. Some would say you sound like AMLO for offering peace and prayers.

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  15. Mexico, the land where woman have much more balls then men.
    She will see justice for her son if she shoot the major or some top guy from the police.
    But this won’t happen, Sinaloa government will kill her soon.

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  16. Thanks Steve C. Brave woman! she know's it a death sentence doing this but that's a mothers love.

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  17. After seeing some of the comments here, there's one thing that's true. Mexican women are way stronger than the men.

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  18. If my son was killed by the cartels id go after them one by one

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  19. Something is missing here. Stepfather's illicit activities, lot of finger pointing etc.

    There's a good chance her son got killed because of her own braved- mouth that never shuts up. Even in the good U.S. a BLM can get killed by running their mamona under the wrong circumstance and place.

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