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Authorities deny reports that Mexican police chief has fled

From Edgar Roman, For CNN
March 5, 2011 -- Updated 0119 GMT (0919 HKT)


Twenty-year-old Marisol Valles Garcia (c.) listens to a question during a news conference after her swearing-in ceremony as the new police chief in the border town of Praxedis G.

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

    * Marisol Valles Garcia is police chief in a violent Mexican municipality
    * A newspaper and a news service say she has fled to the U.S., seeking asylum
    * Mexican authorities deny the reports and say she is on personal leave
    * Valles Garcia was just 20 years old when she accepted the police chief's position

Praxedis G. Guerrero, Mexico (CNN) -- Authorities on Friday denied published reports that Marisol Valles Garcia -- the 20-year-old criminology student who made headlines when she became the police chief in the town of Praxedis G. Guerrero, Mexico -- had left the country for the United States and was seeking asylum.



Valles Garcia grabbed international attention last year when she took over the top job in a police force whose officers have been abducted and killed.

Praxedis Mayor Jose Luis Guerrero told CNN that Valles Garcia is on personal leave because her 8-month-old baby is sick. He said she is expected back at work Monday.

"Marisol, in fact, still works here and she's still getting paid. She comes back on Monday," said the mayor.



Praxedis is one of the most violent municipalities in the border state of Chihuahua. It is located about 35 miles southeast of Ciudad Juarez, one of the bloodiest cities in world.



Andres Morales, town secretary in Praxedis, also said reports that Valles Garcia has fled were false. He told CNN she is on leave taking care of her son, who he said is suffering from bronchitis. He called stories about her seeking asylum "unfortunate rumors."

read more: http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/americas/03/04/mexico.young.sheriff/index.html?hpt=T2


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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2011, 06:19:02 pm »
A 20 year old Mayor   ???  20 year olds shouldn't be elected to anything outside of a college.

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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2011, 06:34:30 pm »
Police chief, and her predecessors were all kidnapped or killed by drug gangs. Nobody wanted the job because the life expectancy is short.

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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2011, 06:37:02 pm »
Yeah she goes to her first mall here she'll end up staying.  Just you watch.    :D

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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #4 on: March 08, 2011, 09:36:45 pm »

Police chief Marisol Valles Garcia, 20, flees - then gets fired

    * From correspondents in Mexico City
    * From: AFP
    * March 08, 2011 12:29PM
    * 18 comments


Marisol Valles after her swearing-in ceremony as the new police chief of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero. She had received death threats. Picture: AP Source: AP

    * Police chief seeking asylum in the US
    * She was only candidate for violent town
    * Had been receiving death threats

A COLLEGE student and mother who was police chief in a violent Mexican border town has been fired for abandoning her post, local government officials said today.

The government of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero, in northern Chihuahua state, will "remove Marisol Valles Garcia, head of the office of public security, from her post," an official statement said.

A relative of Miss Valles said last week that the 20-year-old had fled to the US seeking asylum.

She had "received death threats from a criminal group that wanted to force her to work for them," the relative told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Local government minister Andres Morales said he had no information about the threats, speaking on Formato 21 radio today.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/world/young-mexican-female-police-chief-marisol-valles-garcia-fired/story-e6frfkyi-1226017675917#ixzz1G2oSDCHz


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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #5 on: March 08, 2011, 10:49:12 pm »
Police chief Marisol Valles Garcia, 20, flees - then gets fired

    * From correspondents in Mexico City
    * From: AFP
    * March 08, 2011 12:29PM
    * 18 comments


Marisol Valles after her swearing-in ceremony as the new police chief of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero. She had received death threats. Picture: AP Source: AP

    * Police chief seeking asylum in the US
    * She was only candidate for violent town
    * Had been receiving death threats

A COLLEGE student and mother who was police chief in a violent Mexican border town has been fired for abandoning her post, local government officials said today.

The government of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero, in northern Chihuahua state, will "remove Marisol Valles Garcia, head of the office of public security, from her post," an official statement said.

A relative of Miss Valles said last week that the 20-year-old had fled to the US seeking asylum.

She had "received death threats from a criminal group that wanted to force her to work for them," the relative told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Local government minister Andres Morales said he had no information about the threats, speaking on Formato 21 radio today.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/world/young-mexican-female-police-chief-marisol-valles-garcia-fired/story-e6frfkyi-1226017675917#ixzz1G2oSDCHz


Holy Crap...

More to search on... HERE.

They start out denying it... Now she has disappeared and this fleeing story floats to the top... this does not bode well at all...

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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2011, 01:31:22 am »
Brocke,

I'm putting together a lengthy followup to last weeks BATFE Gunrunning story... this will segue right in... it seems that the 28 year old Police-chief, Erika Gandara of the small town of Guadalupe, was kidnapped from her home on Christmas Eve 2010.

Guadalupe is just 9 or so miles up the road from Praxedis G. Guerrero, the town Ms. Garcia was Chief of Police... Chief Gandara has not been seen since...

My take is that the "seeking asylum" story is a ruse... Garcia has been kidnapped as well....

Here is the report...

http://www.elpasotimes.com/juarez/ci_16955004

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people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of
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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #7 on: March 09, 2011, 02:55:31 am »
Brocke,

I'm putting together a lengthy followup to last weeks BATFE Gunrunning story... this will segue right in... it seems that the 28 year old Police-chief, Erika Gandara of the small town of Guadalupe, was kidnapped from her home on Christmas Eve 2010.

Guadalupe is just 9 or so miles up the road from Praxedis G. Guerrero, the town Ms. Garcia was Chief of Police... Chief Gandara has not been seen since...

My take is that the "seeking asylum" story is a ruse... Garcia has been kidnapped as well....

Here is the report...

http://www.elpasotimes.com/juarez/ci_16955004

Oldyoti

This is chilling stuff. Why would these women want to be senior officers in the middle of a war zone? Unless they were deceived or had no choice.


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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #8 on: March 09, 2011, 03:52:55 am »
This is chilling stuff. Why would these women want to be senior officers in the middle of a war zone? Unless they were deceived or had no choice.

When the homestead gets threatened, women are curious creatures indeed...

It's hard to say though for sure. I'm discovering that Erika Gandara, had solidified her maternal defense mechanisms solidly around enforcing the law in Guadalupe... There was a struggle, there was blood and rounds'd been fired when her house was surveyed after her abduction...

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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2011, 11:33:48 am »
Brocke,

I'm putting together a lengthy followup to last weeks BATFE Gunrunning story... this will segue right in... it seems that the 28 year old Police-chief, Erika Gandara of the small town of Guadalupe, was kidnapped from her home on Christmas Eve 2010.

Guadalupe is just 9 or so miles up the road from Praxedis G. Guerrero, the town Ms. Garcia was Chief of Police... Chief Gandara has not been seen since...

My take is that the "seeking asylum" story is a ruse... Garcia has been kidnapped as well....

Here is the report...

http://www.elpasotimes.com/juarez/ci_16955004

Oldyoti

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capable of contending with human passions unbridled
by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge,
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Constitution was made only for a moral and religious
people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of
any other."
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As promised, here is the article...

BATFE "Secret Op"
Creates Terror in Mexican Border Towns.

By: JTCoyoté

I'm amazed at the courage displayed by the local Mexican police, fighting against all odds to protect their unarmed border-state populations from the marauding terrorist gangs, heavily armed and aided by two governments -- one having already disarmed the Mexican people, while the other moves at break-neck speed in disarming the people of the United States. These Mexican cops are the canaries in the coal mine. They are the early warning system alerting danger at our common border. Unlike local law officers here in the States, who are lucky to be backed by an armed populace the local Mexican police have no such luxury. I think it's about time we start paying attention to what is happening on the border, instead of pooh-poohing the border news as inconsequential. We got us some border problems folks, so please lend an eye.

Yesterday, news broke concerning the disappearance of the police chief of a small town outside Ciudad Juarez called Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero.   Chief Marisol Valles Garcia, a 20 year old college criminology student, who was the only one in the small town left that qualified for the position, or would take the position back in October of 2010, has gone missing. An unidentified relative told sources that she left quickly to seek asylum in the US for herself and her 8 month old son. This following some very serious death threats from local gang members. It's been almost a week now and no word at all on her whereabouts.  Authorities deny reports the Mexican police chief has fled.

Ms Garcia is not the first police chief to disappear from a small town outlying the border state of Chihuahua's biggest city, Ciudad Juarez, situated just across the Rio Grande from El Paso Texas. It's also Mexico's murder capital with 3100 killings in 2010 alone. Just before Christmas 2010 in the town of Guadalupe Distrito Bravos, about 45 minutes from Juarez, 3.1 miles from the border, police chief Erika Gándara, 28 was violently abducted from her home. Erika Gándara is still missing -- she was the last holdout of what in the summer of 2009 had been a functioning 12 officer force... Just like in the nearby town of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero reported earlier, the police force exterminating violence started at the time BATFE Gun-running operation "Fast and Furious" was initiated. Coincidence?

Another female police chief killed was Hermila Garcia on Nov. 29, 2010 in Meoqui, a town about 43 miles from Chihuahua City, the state capital, she was the first female police chief violently murdered in Mexico. There are 4 women police chiefs still sitting in the state of Chihuahua, but for how long I wonder... without an armed population willing to protect themselves against the high powered weapons the BATFE is allowing the gangs to smuggle, Things look bleak, especially considering the "More of the Same" meeting last week as Obama and Calderon Discuss the Violence:

"President Barack Obama met with Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Thursday to extend their collaboration on combating drug violence. During the joint news conference at the White House, Obama said that he would speed up aid from the U.S. meant to train and equip Mexican forces, but he also acknowledged that the countries should make a greater effort to keep that aid out of the hands of the drug cartels.

"We are very mindful that the battle President Calderon is fighting inside of Mexico is not just his battle, it's also ours," said the president.  "We have to take responsibility just as he's taken responsibility."

The meeting came just weeks after U.S. Immigration and Customs Agent Jaime Zapata was shot to death in northern Mexico with a gun smuggled into the U.S." One of the BATFE "Fast and Furious" let-them-walk guns.

Obama, McCain, Biden, Holder, Clinton, heck... the whole rascally bunch in Washington, and all the federal wannabees in state governments, would have us totally disarmed and unprotected, completely defenseless in a New York second. It's this very bunch, Barry and his gang of Chicago thugs, who through the BATFE have been arming the "drug gangs" -- so Filepe "the despot" Calderon can use our Foreign Aid Dollars -- our taxes, to build up his army and supposedly go after and stop the gangs?

Many of the so-called "drug gangs"  are not drug gangs at all, they are fighters in the 20 year old war for Mexican Liberty against a corrupt and despotic government. A government that supports, and is supported by an equally despotic, corporate-rogue, the fraudulent US federal government. The media wrongly blends and mixes the Liberty fighters in with the "drug gangs. Which makes the drug war seem much more ominous and huge, when not all of the violence is drug related, yet a majority of the border town violence is globalist terror related with border control as the object. You can easily tell the difference between the gangs and the anti-Despot Freedom Fighters by who they put in the cross-hairs. The Mexican liberty fighters target corrupt fat-cat politicians, federales, and highly placed officers, military, and elites who are loyal to the Despot, in and around Mexico city and the surrounding southern states.

The "drug gangs,"  the terrorist weasels -- they kill small town police and town folks terrorize families and wipe out small rural towns in the border states along the main routes that connect with the United states, and even snipe across the border. These are the gunmen that are being armed by the BATFE -- they are really the NWO shock troops amassing along the border. They use the agency smuggled arms to kill some folks in this little town... then smuggle some coke or crank across a few miles away, killing a border agent or two. Then they move to another unprotected little town and behead a few there, after raping and sodomizing them for a few days -- just biding their time -- just awaiting the word, when Martial Law is declared in America, and the Constitution comes crashing DOWN. Let's not allow this to happen!

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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2011, 11:43:55 am »
what business did they have putting a 20 year old chick in charge of the police in the first place?  I saw this coming from a mile away.  I actually thought she would be dead by now as an example to others. Mexico is beyond out of control, and it won't be much longer before the bloodshed spills into major southwestern cities in the U.S.

we need to legalize everything and then regulate the narcotics like alcohol, that's the only way to stop this insanity in my opinion. 
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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #11 on: March 09, 2011, 12:30:29 pm »
This is the mayor of the town of Tiquicheo after 2 attacks that killed her husband and caused her to have a colostomy bag.  She’s still alive.



More pics and story here:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1350323/Mayor-Maria-Santos-Gorrostietas-scars-2-attempted-assassinations-Mexican-gangs.html
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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #12 on: March 09, 2011, 12:33:09 pm »
In Spanish---

Marisol Valles Garcia interview pt-1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjjN_779TA8

Marisol Valles Garcia interview pt-2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHiizB_PqwA

For gringos--

Student Heads Police in Mexico Drug Corridor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R79qD8gVwGo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marisol_Valles_Garcia


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Re: 20 yo woman Mexican Police Chief rumored seeking asylum in US
« Reply #13 on: March 13, 2011, 03:40:43 am »
`Here is the latest on this young Mexican Police Chief from The Guardian...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/10/mexican-police-chief-marisol-valles-garcia-us-asylum

Mexican police chief applies for US asylum while in hiding

Twenty-year-old Marisol Valles García bows out of effort to keep low profile among Juárez drugs barons


As police chief of a small Mexican town caught up the country's drug wars, Marisol Valles García hoped that turning a blind eye on the criminals would keep her safe. But just five months after taking up the post she is in hiding in the US, where she has applied for asylum.

"Her neutrality was not allowed," Gustavo De La Rosa, a local human rights ombudsman, said. "It sounds like this stemmed from some new capo taking over the territory and demanding absolute unconditionality."

A 20-year-old criminology student with a small baby, Valles became an international media sensation last October when she was named police chief of Praxedis G Guerrero in the Juárez valley, just over the border from Texas.

As a local police chief she had no legal obligation to deal with large-scale drugs crimes, which are primarily investigated by federal authorities. But she became a symbol of resistance to the view that community life was now impossible in much of Mexico...

Read more at the link above...

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