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Update: Autodefensa Leader Dr Mireles is Transferred to DF for Safety

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January 5, 2014


La Huacana is federal jurisdiction. At 8AM this Sunday, José Manuel Mireles has yet to present his statement to the agency of the Federal Public Ministry, because he was being treated by medical experts in different disciplines.
The condition of the medical graduate of the Universidad Michoacana, is serious but stable,  having suffered a head injury, fractured right jaw, chest trauma, multi-fractures  on both sides, pulmonary contusion and blunt abdominal trauma.

At the hospital where José Manuel Mireles is hospitalized,   which is guarded by dozens of federal police and soldiers,  Efrain Mendoza Banuelos (at left), reported to be the pilot of the downed plane, was also hospitalized. Due to building unrest, Dr. Mireles, along with several of the autodefensa group, were transferred to Mexico City (DF) this morning. Though the face of a patient was covered, his trademark gray hair was peeking out from beneath the sheet drawn up to cover his face.  He was transferred onto an heavily guarded ambulance and taken to a Federal Police facility.  A large heavily armed federal police convoy escorted the ambulance.
He was then boarded a Federal Police Black Hawk helicopter for the 186 mile flight to Mexico City.  Unlike his initial transfer yesterday to Starr Hospital in Morelia, the exact location and name of the hospital in Mexico City was not revealed.

The federal government appears to hold the safety of Mireles as the top priority, evident by his transfer out of Michoacán, where Caballeros Templarios have infiltrated every level of state government authority, leaving Mireles vulnerable to attack.
Meanwhile, in Parácuaro (see above when they took over the city from CT), a clash between the newly formed autodefensas and Caballeros Templarios commenced at 7AM as Templarios attempted to overtake the citizens and retake their previous stronghold.
Unconfirmed reports of several injured citizens, and a dozen dead Templarios resulted from the conflict.
Autodefensas armor truck travels to the conflict this morning in Parácuaro
One of the vehicles used as a narco blockade and set afire at the entry of Parácuaro


Dr. Mireles and his group, were in route to Parácuaro when the plane he was in was involved in an accident.  Their is no evidence at this time of sabotage, and the investigation is in the hands of the federal government PGR..


The Government of Michoacán, on their website, reports that Dr. (José) Manuel Mireles continues to be in stable condition.
In another reports, at a press conference, the Attorney General of the State, Marco Vinicio Aguilera Garibay, announced that the investigation into the plane accident of yesterday, will be turned over to the Federal PGR.
However, yesterday it was already announced that the PGR was taking over the investigation, why it was necessary to make the announcement is the guess of anyone, perhaps it was to issue a complaint regarding the lack of cooperation the state government claim to have confronted against a group of autodefenzas.
Aguilera claims that immediately upon learning of the plane accident, an investigation was initiated which included commanding the ministerial staff to mobilize to the hospital in Huacana, but were prevented by a self-defense.
Supposedly, the staff of the state prosecution, “in the spirit of not wanting a violent situation to evolve”, they withdrew, and were “prevented from undertaking their duties.
Diagnosis at Huacana and Morelia hospitals:
Mireles José Manuel Valverde, 56, a pre-diagnosis of mild brain trauma and probably broken jaw. He was conscious, calm, focused and stable.
Banuelos Efrain Mendoza, approximately 35 years old with moderate, semiconscious and right clavicle fracture head injury. Patient in serious condition. (pilot)
José Alfredo Jiménez Alvarado, 37, with a fractured tibia and fibula in the proximal third, conscious, oriented and tranquil.
Jennifer Contreras Ortega, 17 years old, policontundida (I believe this means contusions but not sure) suffering anxiety, she was conscious, oriented and stable.
Carlos Eduardo Farias, about 53, arrived in unconscious state with hypovolemic shock, died at 20:30 pm while being attended to.
José Manuel Mireles Valverde and Ephraim Banuelos Mendoza, required specialized medical care, so were transferred to a private clinic.
Dr. Mireles: was diagnosed with head and facial trauma, multiple trauma, fracture of the right orbital base, jaw, mandibular fracture in his right arm, rib fracture on both sides and right pulmonary contusion.
Banuelos Efrain Mendoza, presented multiple traumas, facial trauma, fractures in both branches of the lower jaw, closed chest trauma, flail chest and multiple rib fractures and pulmonary contusion.

Thank you DD and Buggs Source Quadrain, La Voz, Facebook



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