Friday, May 12, 2017



CBP agents arrest 11, confiscate 3 weapons in 72 hours
Thursday, May 11th 2017, 5:07 pm MST
Thursday, May 11th 2017, 5:07 pm MST
By Carolyn Yaussy

SOUTHERN, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents were busy early this week. Within 72 hours agents arrested 11 people and confiscated three weapons, according to a release.

On Sunday a citizen near Bisbee reported seeing someone walk out of the desert, and get into a vehicle. Agents from Terry Station tracked down that vehicle, and arrested the passenger who was a Mexican national in the United States illegally. Agents also arrested the driver, who is a U.S. citizen, and confiscated a 9 mm handgun.

On Monday agents working on Interstate 8 near Gila Bend saw five people pile into a Honda Pilot on the side of the road. After investigating, agents determined the five passengers were Mexican nationals in the U.S. illegally. Agents also arrested that driver, who is a U.S. citizen, and confiscated a .45 caliber hand gun.

Early on Tuesday agents near Three Points got a report of someone getting into a Lincoln Navigator on the side of Robles Junction Road. Agents caught up with the vehicle which was stopped a short distance from the reported area. Two men inside were U.S. citizens and claimed to be alone, but agents found another man, a Mexican national, hiding on the floor between the rear seats. All three men were arrested, and agents also confiscated a 9 mm handgun from the car.


Note: A Mexican patriot.

Departure from prison, Mireles will be out this Friday: Lawyer
By: SUN | 11/05/2017 18:47


For the local deputy, Daniel Moncada Sánchez, the Fifth District Judge based in Uruapan has issued the release on bail of Jose Manuel Mireles Valverde, former leader of the self-defense groups, is only a step, as they now seek absolution .

The legislator of Citizen Movement, precursor of legal and political defense of Mireles Valverde, said that it will be until this Friday when he leaves the bars of the federal prison of Tepic, Nayarit.

This, he explained, is due to the formalities and payment of the bond of 30 thousand pesos that assumed the same deputy and the former candidate for the governorship of that political institute, Manuel Antúnez Oviedo.

"But I repeat, this is only an advance; It is not a victory nor can we feel completely satisfied and today the only thing that was done is to do justice, attached to right; It is not a gift, nor is it a favor; I consider that the judge acted well, based on the law and now the most important and the fundamental objective is to get him acquitted, "said Moncada Sánchez.

He explained that what the judge determined, it is only that Mireles faces his criminal process out of prison, so they will seek the Mexican State to recognize that he is innocent; "That is the primary goal," said MC's representative.

For its part, the State Commission for Human Rights (CEDH) endorsed the determination of the Fifth District Court, based in the city of Uruapan, so that José Manuel Mireles Valverde, continue its process in freedom.

"This body has pronounced on several occasions on the need to grant a substitution or modification of precautionary measures other than pre-trial detention and the urgency of monitoring its state of health; As well as for the decision of the judge to be attached to independence, autonomy and not be subject to factors other than the value of justice, "the body quoted in a statement.

On Wednesday, April 26, the Mexican ombudsman, Victor Manuel Serrato Lozano, held a meeting with the head of the Fifth District Court, who asked to take into consideration the uncertainty prevailing in the state, before which Mireles Valverde was seen In the need to defend their heritage, their families and the inhabitants of their region.


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