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Narco Blog: Authorities Capture Kidnapper Twice- In Less than Three Months
Photo: Kidnapper Arrested Twice in Mexico
Mexican authorities continue to demonstrate their lack of abilities with this case as highlighted in the state of Durango.
The kidnapper Julio Cesar Quintero Escobedo, 34 years old, was captured last November 2011, when elements of the Special Unit for Combating Abductions of the Office of the State of Durango, located with a band of criminals.
Julius Caesar was a member of the kidnapping gang operating in the municipality of Pueblo Nuevo, along with four others when he was captured. Fragoso Sonia de la Garza led a press conference where he boasted the police department achievement.
Julio Cesar Quintera admitted his participation in several kidnappings, confessed that he spent more than a year in the criminal enterprise.
When Julius Caesar was first captured, authorities also seized two firearms, 10-radio equipment; black color tape, various documents, among other things.
But how was Julius Caesar arrested when he was already in custody???
The subject had confessed to abducting and killing but was somehow was released from custody to be captured again, this time by members of the Mexican Army.
It sounds ridiculous but it’s true, a few days ago, soldiers in San Juan Del Rio, Durango, captured Julio Cesar Quintero Escobedo. Two additional criminals accompanied the subject. Military forces conducted an operation to free a kidnapped victim and Police arrested three members of organized crime.
Reports are the that Julius Caesar tried to come to terms with his two fellow kidnappers on the amount of money they would seek to free their victim, when the military came to a place called El Pozo and conducted an operation.
And another thing that seems odd: it was the same prosecutor Sonia de la Garza, who returned to lead a press conference to report what happened to Julius Caesar, also asked the public to have confidence in the authorities.
How many cases like the one above were recorded in all of Mexico? So the authorities want the public to trust them?
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