Mexico ignores kidnappings; families ...

Mexico ignores kidnappings; families have little recourse

There are 2 comments on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer story from Mar 24, 2012, titled Mexico ignores kidnappings; families have little recourse. In it, Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that:

At her house in Texas, Zynthia Cazares holds photos of some of her male family members still missing after the entire family was abducted in Mexico on July 9. MATAMOROS, Mexico - They have spotted their stolen vehicles at stoplights, driven by the same gunmen who used them to take their entire family captive last July.

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Chihuahua, Mexico

#1 Mar 24, 2012
This is why I say that if drugs are legalized the crimminals will amp up the violence against decent hard working honest people.

These guys are organized have weapons,and uncontested and they do what they want. It is getting worse.

I was talking to a poor man the other day in Santa Eulalia here in Chihuahua. He had a couple of beers and he said he is glad he is poor so that the crimminals will not come after him.

I know a man here in Delicious who is honest and hard working. He has a car lot. He has done OK. The federal police came in and took all his belongings and loaded them in trucks. They said we know you are a drug dealer and we have every right to take your things. They had masks on. They told him not to complain or it would create more problems. He complained anyway, and of course nothing happened.

Two months ago two suburbans showed up with about 18 men holding AK - 47's. They told him to give them the keys to two of his nicer trucks. He did as asked. They said if he reported them as stolen they would return and kill him and his employee's. He did not report them as he knew they would keep their word. So he lost two vehicles and the money and no way to claim them on his insurance.

The problem is you cannot win. Between the police and the crimminals it is hard to succeed, and it is getting worse as the crimminals buy off more politicians and police, achieve more weapons and power and freedom to do as they want.

Some people think that think things are getting better. They are getting worse.


Bothell, WA

#2 Mar 26, 2012
and Mexico wonders why no one wants to visit

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