Good! Saves me and Parro from translating
Parro: you might be interested in this read.
A clash between civilians with high-power weapons was recorded in a town of Zitlala, Guerrero, with a balance of nine people deprived of life; the deceased would be linked to the criminal cell led by Zenen Nava Sánchez, leader of the criminal group "Los Rojos".
The State Attorney General's Office reported that after the confrontation between armed civilians on the Zitlala - Pochahuizco highway, at the point known as La Cribadora, an investigation folder was initiated for the crime of homicide by a firearm against whom or who results responsible.
After a call to 911, police and experts arrived at the place where they carry out the corresponding procedures.
50 caliber 7.62 and 2.23 caliber bushings were collected which would have been used with weapons known as AK47 and AR-15, respectively.
The place was guarded by the police of the Ministry of Public Security of the State and the Prosecutor to avoid altering the scene of the find, and raised clues to find those responsible.
The bodies will be transferred to the Forensic Medical Service of the state capital to practice the corresponding law autopsy.
The uniformed and the agents coordinated to initiate the first investigations, as well as to define the motive of the crimes, in addition they initiated a joint operation to find those responsible for these unfortunate acts of violence.
Google translate, no clean up.
They killed the husband of this woman in Acapulco on July 20 of this year, a plastic surgeon, Julio César Ramírez Pedrote (see video) and now they have killed the wife (October 24th).
I meant to post this a few days ago.
A family of 5 was kidnapped on October 15, 2019 ---- still no sign of them. The family included a grandmother. But the good news is, the Gov. says that murders are at a low.
ACAPULCO.- After several relatives met with the Attorney General of the Burned Jorge Zuriel de Los Santos, this morning at the edge of 08.00, several groups of the Ministerial Police went out in search in the upper parts of the Emiliano Zapata neighborhood.
These are the five members of a family who were deprived of their liberty, on the 15th of this month and who initially began the search.
Relatives to demand the current Prosecutor, since yesterday afternoon the operations were reactivated.
The disappeared respond to the names of Honorina "N" and Adriana "N" (mother and daughter) as well as two minors and one of 19 years.
All were taken from their home located in the Simón Bolívar neighborhood and, until now, their whereabouts are unknown.
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Where has Zenen, "El Chaparro", been?
Thought he was in jail since August? Has he been released?
Just because he is in jail doesn't make him no less of the leader
Notice they have all pissed their pants.I guess no bathroom breaks permitted or they got very scared these tough guys when they were rounded up by authorities!
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Yeah, that was the original thought, but it could have been just a hot day with crotch sweat. Either way, the short one is El Chapporo with the wettest pants. Since we lost El Gil, our time-short fugitive, Chaparro seems to be running Granando Unidos from prison? I get it Chava, when has prison ever stopped an entrepreneur from operating? Either way, they are emerging from the murder of the 43, only with impunity, so they resurrect iin some rough form because of only corruption.
Looking at Acapulco especially today, I see wrecks that are in shapes never seen by me, ie. truck on top of a car, two autos crashed on top of the either on an embankment, kind of surreal, like anything that happens in Acapulco is different.
An aside; A must for anyone, Salvador Dali in Mexico City. Diego Rivera, Freda Kahlo, Karl Marx, etc . As a challenge, a hike in Mexico through an Englishman's estate with copies of Salvador Dali statues. Completely worth it. Yeah, I know, surreal . .
We have the Independent Cartel of Aucapulco, Los Tequileras, Ardillos, Los Rojas battling it out for the plaza, especially after Barbie' was captured there. Only Cappuchino has been mentioned lately, and for the same, murders of innocents. Where are the Los Tequileros, since it's founder was too drunk to stand in a posted video last year?
After that, we saw corrupt elections, big homes, heads in intersections, murder at the beach, anarchist's murdered, elderly man murdered, a murderous place. All under the watch of Hector Astudillo, governor of Guerrero. Then Astudillo picked his son, Ricardo's best friend to basically the Attorney General/Guerrero. Immediately on buying a million dollar home (Mexican dollares), not counting the security parked behind the house, for headquarters.
His name; Jorge Zuriel de los Santo Barrilla.
Remember our friend,
I'm sure we will continue this story. Never has someone so inexperienced been placed in a position of high power, but, sorry, maybe Trump
Forgetting the politics . . . Jorge??
to continue for the sake of history! Chava, thank you for your keen insight. (and Canadiana )
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Acapulco.- Hombres armados atacaron a balazos a Oscar “N” de 29 años de edad, en los momentos en que manejaba su vehículo en la calle Vallarta, dejándolo herido de gravedad.
Tras los hechos ocurridos al filo de las 20.30 horas, fue auxiliado y trasladado a la clínica Magallanes, solo que más tarde fue ingresado al hospital Santa Lucía, donde se encuentra recibiendo la atención médica.
Cabe señalar que con este ya son tres los integrantes de la familia del médico cirujano Julio César, quien fue asesinado el 19 de agosto del año en curso.
Hace dos semanas también mataron a la mujer del cirujano, al ser atacada de la misma manera.
Another family member of the plastic surgeon.
Google translate of El Sol story:
The lawyer Oscar Ramírez Pedrote, 29 years old, was shot to death (this has not been confirmed, this was the google translation) by armed subjects who were traveling in a scooter the night at the edge of 20:30 hours on Saturday.
Police reports indicate that the events occurred on Vallarta Street, in the Progreso neighborhood, at a time when he was driving in his private truck, at the height of the "Los Electricistas" social center.
It was said that the gunmen paired him and shot him several times, leaving him seriously injured. Shortly after, Red Cross paramedics came to help the wounded, then be transferred by ambulance to a private clinic, but until yesterday afternoon it was not known where he was hospitalized.
It should be added that the injured person is the nephew of the surgeon, Julio César Ramírez, who was murdered on August 19 of this year, on Río Lerma Street, outside his private home.
For these facts, the Ministerial Police (PME), maintains a strong secrecy, since with this one there would be three victims of that same family, because the second was Jenny Leonor Levaro, wife of the doctor, who on the 24th of this month was attacked with bullets in the Sierra Norte de Puebla and Campeche streets of the Progreso neighborhood, being seriously injured and subsequently died when he received medical attention.
Hey Chava, printed out your article on the mayor and understand more, thank you.
Regarding the plastic surgeon, saw the execution on youtube of the father. You wonder who he operated on.
Transportation services were suspended on Saturday and Sunday in the Guerrero municipalities of Zihuatanejo and Petatlán after three passenger vans and several other vehicles were set alight on Friday.
Zihuatanejo drivers who provide transportation to local neighborhoods and the hotel zone said they wouldn’t resume services until authorities can guarantee their safety.
After a meeting between transportation leaders and local authorities on Sunday, the latter said that an agreement was struck to reestablish services.
The Zihuatanejo drivers and their counterparts in neighboring Petatlán say they are being threatened by criminal groups that demand extortion payments.
Three Nissan vans used as public transit were burned on Friday night in three separate incidents in Zihuatanejo.
The first occurred on the Paseo de Zihuatanejo boulevard at about 6:00pm. Armed men stopped the van and forced the driver and passengers to get out before setting it on fire. As it burned, the vehicle rolled down a hill until it crashed into a compact car that also caught fire.
A second van was set alight on Colegio Militar avenue an hour later after which another van was burned in the neighborhood of Fragatas, the newspaper El Universal reported.
Earlier on Friday, a group of about 300 people blocked the Acapulco-Zihuatanejo highway in Petatlán to demand that state police – who they claimed have committed abuses – withdraw from their communities.
According to the state government, the people were forced to participate in the blockade by the criminal gang Guardia Guerrerense, which authorities say operates in both Zihuatanejo and Petatlán.
After federal and state police moved the people on, seven vehicles were set on fire on the highway, including three buses, a trailer and a delivery truck.
Zihuatanejo business owners are urging the federal government to intervene and end the violence that plagues the municipality as well as neighboring Petatlán, La Unión and Coahuayutla.
“What we’re experiencing in Zihuatanejo and neighboring municipalities is nothing new, it’s entirely the fault of authorities that do nothing,” the head of a local company who asked not to be identified told the newspaper Reforma.
He said that business was slow in Zihuatanejo over the weekend because a lot of Day of the Dead tourists canceled their hotel reservations after hearing about the violence on Friday.
The businessman added that restaurant and hotel owners could join public transportation workers and stop work in order to pressure authorities to act.
“We can’t put up with it anymore; it’s urgent for the federal government to turn around now and look at us because the state and municipal governments are completely overwhelmed by crime,” he said.
“In the case that they ignore us, we’ll join . . . the work stoppage because this [situation] is now unsustainable.”
Business owners in the Costa Grande region stopped work for several days in November 2016 to demand greater security but extortion, threats, kidnappings and murders have continued, the business owner said. The son of a well-known businessman was shot dead on October 21 after leaving a gym in central Zihuatanejo.
The violence in and around Zihuatanejo could also pose a threat to international tourism. More than 150,000 Canadian tourists visit the area annually, many to escape cold winters at home, according to local tourism official Pedro Castelán Reina.
The winter holiday period for foreign visitors begins in November with the arrival of the first seasonal flights at the Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport, he said.
Castelán said there are now direct flights to the airport from nine Canadian cities and seven in the United States.
Before the violent events of Friday, he predicted that the winter period would be a successful one for local businesses that benefit from the influx of foreign visitors.
Source: El Universal (sp), Reforma (sp), Diario ABC (sp)
No time to translate, and this site makes it hard, but is this like Mutt and Jeff or what?
(Translation of Chava's post above)
By Victor Mateo
Acapulco, Guerrero, November 8, 2019.- At dawn on Friday, members of the Ministerial Police were attacked by the Transit Police, leaving the police forces as either dead or unharmed.
These events occurred around 4 am, on early morning surveillance in their vehicles on Friday, on Aristoteles Street, in the Marroquin Section, in Acapulco.
Police reports indicate that the Ministerial Police were parked on the road inside a Volkswagen Jetta, near the entrance of the Bicentennial Bridge, when Transit Police arrived to this place, who stated that they could not remain parked there.
The Ministerial Police were disturbed by the Transit Police to not remain. A discussion began, which subsequently led to a shootout between them Two dead Ministerial Police died in the shoot out. Their corpses were left on board the car, while that a Transit Policeman was seriously injured. He was immediately transferred to a hospital, but due to the seriousness of the injuries, died hours later in the hospital.
The dead Ministerial police were assigned to the Specialized Unit for the Fight against Kidnapping, who responded to the names of Izel Castro Arizmendi and Adrian Coyotzon Ramos, while the Transit policeman who died in the hospital responded to the name of Oscar Marroquin Hernandez.
Prosecutors made the corresponding legal proceedings, and then did the lifting of the bodies, which were transferred to facilities of the Forensic Medical Service (SEMEFO) for the necropsy of law, while the vehicle was towed by a tow truck
(Refer to Chava's post above for photos, is Mutt and Jeff)
Holy shit.Life just keeps getting cheaper.
Glad to help Chava! Google translate does a half way decent job, but doesn't get the slang interpreted, sentence structure, etc. that is in English. I always would to further my
Spanish skills, so it gives me a chance to translate. Did enjoy the article on the Marina/Acapulco by the way. Just post your articles, and I'll care of the rest on the Guerrero page. Buenas Tardes amigo -
On 11/9/2019 at 3:07 PM, "Chava [via Borderland Beat Forum]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
The hits just keep coming. Someone (I think most likely for failure to pay extortion) just burned down an "artists" market (read: tourist trinkets) right on the center of the costera, near the Krystal Beach hotel.
At least 20 stalls of a market were consumed by fire that had started this Monday morning in the Costera Miguel Aleman of Acapulco.
The events occurred minutes after 4am on the Papagayo beach, nestled next to hotel Kristal Beach, on the tourist strip.
According to to authorities information, the 20 stalls dedicated to artist’s sales and tourist goods, were consumed completely and presumed to be deliberate burned.
The scene was surrounded by a diverse group of police and fire as civil protection to put out the blaze, with no people reported injured.
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Buenos noches Infohiker. Good to hear you are well.
Another rough translation (almost exactly as yours):
They burned 20 stores in the Coastal area of the port of Acapulco.
Acapulco, Guererro. November 11, 2019 - At least 20 stores in a parian (market) were consumed by fire after being set on fire during the early hours of Monday at the Miguel Aleman Coast of the port of Acapulco.
The events occurred minutes after 04:00 hours on Papagayo beach and next to the hotel with Kristal beach business name, in the middle of the tourist strip.
According to information from the authorities, the 20 parian stores dedicated to the sale of handicrafts and items for tourists were consumed in their entirety and allegedly the fire was caused.
The site was attended by elements of various police corporations and firefighters, isolated as Civil Protection to put out the fire, without reporting injured people.
Loreald de Guerrero I know is the go to place for all things Acapulco, but boy, do they make it hard to get info. from. If you subscribe can you get get their brand removed off the photos and copy text to a rough translator, to clean up later? Please let me, again good to hear from you and knowing you are well.
Very hard to understand. The cartel and criminals prey on the lowest rung of business owners, cab drivers and anyone else to make a dime. They run them out of business and even go to a lower rung. With the riches of the cartels, why squeeze the little man? How low can you go!
I paraphrased. I have Spanish, just tried to make it more readable without changing substance.
I don't think there is any way to remove the watermark. Here are some other places for photos.
I just left Sunday. Things were slow, but were feeling more positive up until the hotel robbery.
To cover an old topic - my suspicion about a killing related to Mr. Bar was correct. I spoke to a former employee. He left a few months before because the group that got killed - said that they had become regulars, and there was nothing anyone could really do about it. I was also right about my suspicion about the earlier killing (mentioned earlier). Another employee had been killed a few days earlier, most likely the killers looking for info.
Let us not forget something that has been going on not only in this area, further down to the cruise terminal and out in Diamante and now beginning to happen in the area of Bonfil and onto Barra Vieja. Beaches are being quasi privatized. We might remember a couple of fires a while back, a nice little beach hut with a small restaurant, where the man had been for years and years. A powerful businessman wanted to buy it, he did not want to sell. He had at least 2 mysterious fires in the middle of the night and now they have a sun club built in this location. Keep an eye on that location for sure. If the market people are able to rebuild, the next fire will be larger.
I can tell you. The Chiclet vendors pay $50 pesos daily. Think about it. Your life sucks so bad you resort to selling pieces of gum for $2 pesos. And you need to pay cuota.
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