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On October 2, 1968, “La Noche de Tlatelolco” (the Night of Tlatelolco), around 10,000 university and secondary students gathered in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas to protest the government’s actions and listen peacefully to speeches. Along with the CNH members, many men and women not associated with the CNH gathered in the plaza as spectators of the demonstration. The students had congregated outside an apartment complex in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco for what was supposed to be a peaceful rally.
Around 6:30 P.M., 5,000 soldiers, 200 tanks and trucks surrounded the plaza. Much of what proceeded after the first shots were fired in the plaza remained ill defined for decades after 1968; however, much has been corroborated by since released information from American and Mexican government sources.
Although estimates of the death toll range from thirty to a thousand, Kate Doyle was only able to find evidence for the death of forty four people.
A 2001 investigation revealed documents showing that the snipers were members of the Presidential Guard, who were instructed to fire on the military forces in order to provoke them.
By May 2006, Cacho had taken the cause of the unsolved murders in Ciudad Juárez as a call to action against impunity of abuse of women in Mexico. What is an ongoing horror abroad, the chronic discovery of murdered women whose corpses are discovered in repeated patterns of abuse, rape, mutilation and are discarded as offal in pathetic scenes in the desert and urban surroundings of Ciudad Juárez.
A Los Angeles man accused of running a child sex ring in the popular resort town of Cancun has been extradited back to Cancun and will face trial in Mexico.
Jean-Succar Kuri, a Mexican citizen who lived in Cancun was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Arizona two years ago on an international arrest warrant issued by Mexico police.
Authorities say Kuri would lure poor children to a hotel he owned in Cancun, promising them a swim in the pool and then take them to a hotel room for sex. Kuri had fled the country after he was recorded on an undercover tape describing his delight in having sex with young girls. "It's my vice," he is seen saying on tape. "My whole life I have slept with virgins."
During 2004 he acquired for 44 million dollars the whole property (100% of the common stock) of the company "Tarrant Appareal Group", an organization with subsidiaries in Chile, China, Thailand, Korea and in the United States (Los Angeles and New York city). The "Sun Herald" refers an investigation of the Game Commission of Nevada about the involvement of Nacif Borge in drug trafficking and weapons smuggling. The relationship between the Mexican government and the entrepreneur was confirmed when he was the beneficiary of a soft loan of 5 million dollars during the Fobaproa program.
In 2005–06, he became embroiled in scandals of political and sexual nature. During this time he was accused of negotiating the non-approval of gambling laws in Mexico with Emilio Gamboa Patrón. He was also named in Demons of Eden, the expose by journalist Lydia Cacho, as having pulled strings to protect child abuser Jean Succar Kuri. Subsequently he had her charged with defamation and was heard on tape negotiating with Puebla governor Mario Marín for Cacho to be captured by police and raped in jail.
Originally posted by Elieser
reply to post by TheFinalTruth14
I am so disgusted with all of these billionaires and all of the messed up stuff that they are doing and getting away with.
These are the Illuminati, if you follow the names you will see that they are all linked and each of them has done some messed up stuff all over the planet.
I can not believe what I am finding and it has been there all along and most of the people involved are free.
I still have not found any links to cannibalism but that is the least of my worries right now.
These sickos are free to do what ever they want and have all the money in the world to do it and no one will stop them.
No wonder the police didn't do anything about her claims.
Originally posted by Afterthought
It was mentioned earlier about the Demons of Eden that Cacho was reporting about. She seems to be on the right trail, & severely punished for it. Below is an excerpt of her experience:
"Mexican investigative journalist Lydia Cacho exposed the web of business and political elites behind a child pornography ring. Since then, the list of her enemies has grown to include some of the most powerful men in Mexico.
Lighting a small candle in her office on a balmy morning in Cancún, Lydia Cacho Ribeiro is the picture of calm as she recounts the day nearly a decade ago when her work as an investigative journalist almost killed her. In 1999, soon after she'd begun to report and publish articles about violence against women, a thin blond man assaulted Cacho in a Cancún bus station, raped her and left her crumpled on the floor with broken bones. The man was never caught, but Cacho believes the crime was retaliation for her work."
These are some bad people!
Anyone involved with this group needs to be rounded up.
I've also noticed some other groups overlapping this one. A whole lot of money is being moved & child pornography usually intersects this activity.
I wish I could find information about the girl in the video. Things aren't looking good for her.
Originally posted by Elieser
The translation is correct with the exception of a part where she says "Not powerful but because she was people, they killed her" (No poderosa, si no por gente, la mataron) It is hard to understand the people or gente part but the rest is clear. I don't know if she was talking about her self in the third person. Here is some info about the person I believe she was talking about when she said Carlos Slim Dominique.
Carlos Slim Helú
The world's second-richest man made his $60 billion by acquiring Mexico's state-owned telephone monopoly in 1990, parlaying that into an empire of telecommunications, real estate, retail, media and consumer goods. He credits his Lebanese immigrant father, who dealt in dry goods and real estate in Mexico City, with nurturing his financial acumen—as a child, he was given a savings book along with his allowance and told to manage his income.
Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by NarrowGate
LOL! I hear you. I was meaning the uber wealthy. You couldn't just be rich to pull this off and keep it all quiet. It would have to be strictly compartmentalized to keep everyone in the dark.
There are circles within circles. The wealthy are kept in the outer circles and are the minions to the ultra wealthy who supply all their wants and desires with their lavish parties, initiations, and secret gatherings. The seasoned members are the ones keeping their degradation "clubs" going by bringing in new members. Meanwhile, all this is just a facade to assist the War on Drugs and sex trafficking. It's a major pyramid scheme.