Audio: Payoff in exhange of freedom for José Ángel Casarrubias Salgado aka Mochomo after his arrest in Iguala 43 case

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Update: Judge was “suspended today…..

The mother of the Guerreros Unidos leader brokers a deal on audiotape.  Money in exchange for her son’s freedom.  He was freed, then recaptures, now a new federal order says he will be free again.  Just like his brothers.

José Ángel Casarrubias Salgado, (el Mochomo) was arrested on June 29th for his role in the kidnapping and death of 43 normalistas (student teachers) in Iguala Guerrero. 

He is the alleged leader of the Guerreros Unidos criminal group, in Metepec, State of Mexico. “GU” is based out of Guerrero and are pointed to as being responsible for the disappearance of the 43 in the Iguala case in 2014.
Federal government officials reported that elements of the Federal Ministerial Police complied with the arrest warrant issued by a federal judge for his probable responsibility for the crime of organized crime.
They transferred “El Mochomo” to the federal maximum-security prison in the Altiplano, in the State of Mexico.
José Ángel Casarrubias is the brother of the former leaders of Guerreros Unidos, Sidronio and Adán Zenen, who were detained and released in the last administration by the events of Iguala. In both cases the release was ruled because of legal process irregularities.

In an audio the mother of José Ángel spoke to the family lawyer about delivering something in exchange for her son’s freedom. Reports of how much was delivered say “millions”.
“As we are, giving and giving. We don’t want to look bad.”, you hear the woman say on the footage.’ We are serious people. We will not look bad.”, she added.
The attorney answered; “They’re going to let us know what time it’s signed, if the judge already signed it and the exchanges are done.”
“Come on, we’re already on the phone! Would you present the minutes in which release is already signed?”, the woman asked.
“He will inform us what time he’s signing tomorrow. When he advises us, I’ll let you know.” the lawyer answered.
On July 1st he was released.
Socorro Castillo, Second District Judge in Federal Criminal Proceedings of Toluca, ordered Casarrubias to be released for lack of evidence for organized crime, but was recaptured with another arrest warrant.
Subsequently, the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) determined that, in the release of Casarrubias, by the Second Court, there were bribes for several million pesos.
Wait….not over.
On Monday night, A federal judge granted a provisional suspension to José Ángel, the alleged leader of GU and who apparently linked to the disappearance of the 43 normalistas.

This was granted by the third district judge for the protection of criminal matters in Mexico City, Augusto Octavio Mejía, ruled that the arrest was carried out illegally. Therefore, he urged the FGR to release him or send him to a criminal judge within 48 to 96 hours
 This is a go-to legal tactic judges use to release narcos. Those that can afford bribes.
Despite the suspension and release being granted, he will remain in custody at the Federal Investigation Center of the FGR, since a 40-day arraigo order was imposed.  This must be completed before he is released.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador claims that there is progress in the Ayotzinapa cases, with this detainee who is key is the case to know the truth of what happened to the 43 normalistas. There have been scores of arrests in the case and no one brought to justice, all quietly released.
Yes, I know, confusing, and outlandish Mexican injustice.

Note: One of the brothers, Carlos Salgado, worked as a bodyguard for Maria, the mother in law, and mother of the Iguala mayor and his wife, Jose Luis Abarca and Maria de Los Angeles Pineda.
Use this link to read details of the ends being connected.  The mother-in-law was kidnapped and in her interrogation video, she is asked who funded the campaigns of the mayor and that of Guerrero Governor Angel Aguirre Rivero.  (Aguirre was governor from  January 2011, until 2014 when he resigned during a funds scandal and the investigation of the 43 case). 
She answered that both were funded by Arturo Beltran Leyva (BLO).
She also said that the governor is the cousin of Victor Hugo Aguirre Garsol, one of the founders of Independent Cartel of Acapulco.  The Independent group is a splinter group of BLO.  After the death of Arturo Beltran, there was an internal struggle for control, between Edgar Valdez alias ‘La Barbie’ and Hector Beltran Leyva.  This resulted in Valdez and his loyalists leaving and creating their group.