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Friday, December 24, 2021

Javier Duarte - Forced Disapearances - Veracruz

"Parro" for Borderland Beat

Javier Duarte closes the year with a process paralyzed due to forced disappearance
Duarte is expected to face a process for the forced disappearance of David Lara, detained along with other people in 2013 by police from the state of Veracruz

A federal judge annulled the suspension with which the former governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte de Ochoa , kept the process against him for the crime of forced disappearance paralyzed , however, the Veracruz Prosecutor's Office has not yet been able to formulate its accusation.

This Friday, the Sixth District Judge of Amparo in Criminal Matters in Mexico City denied the definitive suspension of Javier Duarte in the lawsuit in which he requested to annul the arrest warrant issued against him for forced disappearance.

Although the capital authorities executed the arrest warrant since last December 6, in the amparo the judge granted the provisional suspension with which it was not possible to present the former governor to an initial hearing.

The new determination of the Sixth District judge leaves the arrest warrant subsisting.

However, Duarte's defense filed another amparo before the Second District Judge who granted the provisional suspension, a measure that will remain in effect at least until next January 4, so the authorities still cannot present it before the control judge who It is appropriate for the Veracruz Attorney General's Office to formulate its complaint at the initial hearing.

In this case, Duarte is expected to face a process for the forced disappearance of David Lara, detained along with other people in 2013 by police from the state of Veracruz and whose remains were found in a ravine known as La Aurora.

Duarte is singled out for ordering a cover-up for the total number of victims found on said land, which hampered investigations into the disappearances.


(Personal note: We contributors, reporters on this site temporarily do not have an outlet for personal expression. I hope that my reporting, based on previously reporting on this site does not express anyone's opinion but mine):

"Buggs", 12/22/2011 - Veracruz City Police infiltrated by Zetas gang - Veracruz-Boca del Rio moved against corrupt police. 800 officers fired and 300 administrative personnel in the city of 700,000. was unprecedented. Governor Javier Duarte disputed the firings. Zetas than fought El Chapo and 35 bodies were dumped in rush hour traffic. 1,000 of the former employees fired, failed tests to get their jobs back -

"Lucio", 1/26/2015 - Abducted Veracruz journalist found dead, the 11th during Duarte administration - Moises Sanchez, reporter on corruption and organized crime for La Union, found with signs of severe torture. Since 2010, (11) Veracruz journalists murdered, when Javier Duarte took office. Those horrendous pictures are posted in the archives -

"El Profe", 8/10/2018 - Loop of Death: The search for the oldest mass grave in Veracruz. 265 skulls were exhumed in the border Colins de Santa Fe in Veracruz, Nieto went there, Zetas kidnapped CJNG personnel that day in different parts of the city. More human remains, then in all of the Americas. (further reading on Nieto's diplomatic assignments of corrupt officials is encouraged)

"Chivis, Gus", 1/30/2021 - The Cartel Project: The brutal murder of Regina Martinez. Martinez is now one of the 119 journalists and media staffers killed in Mexico since 2000. List of journalists along with their bios are shown in this article, 16 in Veracruz while Martinez reported, under Duarte. He was obsessed with censuring the truth, Duarte sold out the Zetas to the highest bidder, taking money from everyone. Read of the murders of reporters and thier families under Duarte's governance -

"MX, Rediogarythm", 5/20/2021 - Arrest Warrant Issued against Tamps Governor Cabeza de Vaca, an unprecedented move in Mexico's History. Other governor's recently investigated include Cesar Duartes, Chihauhau, Tomas Yarrington, Tampulipes, Javier Duarte, Veracruz, all detained and charged with several crimes. Governor's were no longer untouchable anymore -

(To close my personal opinion on Duarte, look at his smiling face in previous pictures the properties he acquired the money spent by his wife, etc. Remember the disappeared, their families friends and those others buried. Duarte sold his soul, and we can only hope for justice. A Christmas present of some sort, a questioning picture and a hope for the families) There is so much more in the archives . . maybe the richest source of history of the cartels. We invite all to look into the stories, since many told today, have a long and hard journey.


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