Re: BDN: Marina Captured Mencho in 2012 and the Governor released him
Topher we need to present the initial story in the normal text printed form rather than only a link and I'm not quite sure about BDN as a reliable source for this story??????Are you able to find another source for Mencho being captured in 2012?Thanks.
The Secretary of the Navy refused to participate in the alleged capture of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, leader of the Nueva Generación Jalisco cartel, captured in August 2012 in Zapopan, and released hours later by orders from the governor of Panama, Emilio González Márquez.
The Secretary of the Navy refused to participate in the alleged capture of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes alias "El Mencho", leader of the Nueva Generación Jalisco Cartel, who was captured in August 2012 in the municipality of Zapopan and released hours later, allegedly By an intervention of the Panamanian governor, Emilio González Márquez.
Through a statement, the Semar notes that "in relation to the information note published in the newspaper El Universal, signed by Silvia Otero, published on the 9th of this month and taken over by different media, in which it is reported that Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes was captured in Zapopán, Jalisco, in August 2012 by personnel of the Secretary of the Navy, this institution categorically denies having participated in the capture of that person. "
According to information published by the Mexican newspaper, "El Mencho," one of the most wanted drug traffickers, was arrested on that date within the framework of the operation of the federal forces that took place in Jalisco, but released a few hours later by Intervention of the Panamanian government Emilio González Márquez.
However, the document of the Semar ensures that in all operations carried out by its personnel, when it proceeds to a preventive assurance of a person who has violated the law, "is made available, as soon as possible, before the Agent of the Public Prosecutor (MP) of the Federation or the corresponding authority for investigations or purposes based on human rights. "
The letter says that the federal institution reiterates did not participate or assured Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes on that date.
El Universal also said that the detention of "El Mencho" was the reason why members of the Jalisco Cartel reacted with 28 narco-blockades in the Guadalajara metropolitan area and several municipalities, as well as six others in the state of Colima, in addition to the Burning dozens of vehicles, however, federal authorities denied that they were related to the facts.
In the note, signed by Silvia Otero, it is highlighted that one of the alleged protagonists of this episode is Luis Carlos Nájera Gutierrez de Velasco, who at the time was the Secretary of Public Security of Jalisco during the mandate of the PANista González Márquez, and that allegedly Is one of the protectors of the operations of the Jalisco Cartel.
The publication suggests that Nájera Gutiérrez would have convinced the then governor that the apprehension of "El Mencho" was not appropriate, reason why the local agent directly managed with the federal government the liberation of Oseguera.
El Universal's note also points out that, according to the information received, after the death of drug trafficker Ignacio Nacho Coronel in July 2010, the criminal organizations of "La Resistencia" and the Jalisco New Generation cartel emerged.
The statement also states that local authorities supported Oseguera Cervantes to prevent their capture in August 2012, when they began operating their hunt in the municipality of Tonaya, where gunmen from the Jalisco cartel confronted members of the Federal Police, Which left a balance of six alleged offenders and three federal injured.