Skip to comments.Mexican police say 5 suspects hacked up officer
Posted on 08/16/2010 10:39:10 AM PDT by SwinneySwitch
MEXICO CITY Mexican authorities say that police in Ciudad Juarez have captured five alleged drug gang members suspected in the killings of two federal officers, including one whose body was hacked to pieces.
One of the suspects is also believed to have acted as a lookout in the July 15 car-bomb attack on police that killed an officer and two other people, Luis Cardenas Palomino, regional security chief for the federal police, said Friday.
He described the five men as members of the La Linea gang, which works for the Juarez drug cartel. He alleged they killed two federal officers last week in Ciudad Juarez and then hacked up one of the bodies.
(Excerpt) Read more at chron.com ...
Mexico needs to start executing this trash as soon as they are proven guilty or get a confession by whatever means.
Yup, that was my thought too. The criminal justice system is not the way to go here. They need to take lessons from Peru’s war against the Shining Path rebels.
Yesterday I read that article that over 1800 people have been murdered alone in on city...How the MSM is avoiding this just for votes makes me ill.
Town Official, Party-Goers Killed in Mexico Murder Capital
Ciudad Juarez is Mexico’s most violent city where drug cartels fight daily over drug smuggling routes into the United States.
So far this year, the city has seen 1,853 murders, 45 per cent more than the first eight months of last year (1,285), according to an AFP tally based on official reports.
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“Mexico needs to start executing this trash as soon as they are proven guilty or get a confession by whatever means.”
Everyone in ‘charge’ in Mexico is corrupt, including the judiciary. BTW, Mexico doesn’t have the death penalty, which is why we won’t execute the murderers they send here.
El Financiero (Mexico City) 8-11-10
Intimidation and corruption of judges a continuous concern
Mexico, D. F. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Mexico (SCJN), Guillermo Ortiz Mayagoitia, said that protecting judges from intimidation and corruption are the two major concerns that there are within the jurisdiction of Federal Judicial Power.
In addressing the security of the political body of the state with representatives of the judiciary, Ortiz said that the struggle against crime in the community and the judiciary must be with absolute adherence to the law and the rights of the state.
He said that in exercising judicial power, there must be no illegal action or obligation to outside influences and that all indictments must be fully investigated in his address to all 42 district judges and magistrates.
The fight against organized crime must be conducted in absolute adherence to the law under effective prosecution while observing individual rights, stated Judge Ortiz Mayagoitia.
Ortiz stated that the struggle against threats to the security of the Republic requires that all judges in the nation be on the same side which is the side of citizenship and democracy.
In respect to judicial power, he said that every person needs to be sure that every judge is doing his duty according to judicial standards in everything he does in conducting the business of the state.
Ciudad Juarez....the MOST dangerous city in the WORLD.
[snip]The city reports 130 murders per 100,000 inhabitants (as of August 2009), which is currently the worlds highest murder rate ( outside the official war zone).
More beheadings in Mexico than ANYWHERE.
More murdered Journalists...12 last year.
Coming to your town soon!!!!
Prayers for the officer’s family.
Thanks for the ping SwinneySwitch.
hacked to pieces
yeah...I wonder if a video of it will show up again.
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