“Sol Prendido” for Borderland Beat

A video was released showing a man, allegedly Antonio Díaz Valencia, a community leader in Aquila, being interrogated. In the video, the man talks about his relationship with the Morenista mayor of Aquila, José María Valencia Guillén, and how the latter came to be mayor.

In the video, the man claims that he and Mayor Valencia are acquaintances and friends of the town, and that they managed to find a way to get resources from the Mining Fund to support various groups, including community police leaders El Chopo, El Teto and El Toro, who have been accused of being organized crime operators.

In addition, the man claims that Mayor Valencia won the candidacy by buying votes and offering to support these groups with resources from the mining fund.

“Chema Valencia won the candidacy by buying votes and offering that he was going to bring down support, resources from the mining fund to support these people from El Teto, El Chopo and El Toro so that they could keep their war going,” the man is heard saying in the video.

As for German Ramirez, known as El Toro, the man questioned said that he offered to support him in bringing in boats with drugs and that he would give him 20 to 50 thousand dollars, but that he only got to work on two cases because they wanted a commitment with the Ostula community commissioner.

The authenticity of the video has not been verified, but the disappearance of Antonio Diaz Valencia is a real fact.

Last Sunday, January 15, Antonio Diaz Valencia and Ricardo Arturo Lagunes Gasca left an assembly in the Communal Auditorium of San Miguel de Aquila and boarded a white Honda pickup truck. Since then they have been missing and no further contact has been made with them.

Their loved ones notified the authorities in the state of Michoacán and in Colima, and the State Attorney General’s Office issued a search warrant for Professor Antonio Díaz. Meanwhile, the file for the lawyer Ricardo Lagunes was issued by the authorities in Colima.

The disappearance of Antonio Diaz Valencia and the accusations made in the video have generated concern in the community of Aquila, suggesting criminal links between community leaders and authorities.

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