“Ivan” for Borderland Beat
In movies shared on social networks, three alleged robbers are seen parading by means of the streets of Ocotlán, Jalisco. Two of them have their arms tied. They shout: “that is what I get for being a rat”. They’re escorted by males sporting vests with the initials of the Jalisco Cartel – New Technology.
GUADALAJARA, Jalisco, Jalisco (Apro) — Via completely different movies shared on social networks, three males, two of them with their arms tied and one carrying a poster board, are seen being compelled to shout by means of the streets “that is what I get for being a rat,” whereas they’re escorted by armed males wearing tactical clothes and sporting vests with the initials of the Jalisco Cartel – New Technology (CJNG).
Behind them, a pickup truck is seen driving slowly and from there, by means of a megaphone, a person tells them to “shout at him.
In one other video, the alleged robbers could be seen strolling barefoot, certainly one of them along with his shirt and pants torn, and now they’re escorted by motorcyclists.
In a 3rd video, armed males ask the detainees to get collectively, and start to kick and hit them within the head. They ask them to “shut the fuck up”, and warn them: “if you happen to steal once more you’ll go to hell”.
The feedback of the Ocotlán residents who recorded the movies are stunned.
Final October, the federal authorities despatched 200 members of the Nationwide Guard and the Military to protect the municipality of Ocotlán, after residents demonstrated to demand the departure of the armed forces for alleged abuses of authority.