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    Patrol Officer Set On Fire During Raging Police Brutality Protests In Mexico

    Arguably the most horrific incident involving an attack on police has come out of Mexico. On Thursday a video went viral on social media which showed police confronting a crowd in the city of Guadalajara.

    Amid the mayhem, a man approaches a motorcycle patrol officer from behind while dousing him in gasoline or a flammable liquid, and proceeds to set the officer on fire.

    The unrest came amid protests sparked by the death of 30-year old Giovanni Lopez, in what's believed to the Mexico's own latest controversial 'police brutality death'. He reportedly died a mere hour into police custody after being detained for merely not wearing mask amid mandated COVID-19 social distancing measures.

    It appears that some Antifa accounts in the US are spreading the video while actually praising the attacker, taking "inspiration" from the heinous attempt to kill police. . .

    Google headline for the full article.

    If you see any protest or protestors in Mexico, suggest you leave at high speed immediately. . . Commenter: I live in Mexico, and I know Mexican Police Torture people for fun, I have seen it with my own eyes. Got pulled over for no reason because they wanted to steal money my friend cussed out the cop and they beat him to a pulp right in front of me and threatened to torture him. A guy was filming it across the street they drug him out of the car and beat him too. When we got my friend out of jail he had 4 cracked ribs. In Mexico there is no sueing cops for brutality so.

    Attack a cop in Mexico and you're attacking a member of the Cartel that controls that area. These protesters thinking they're showing solidarity with the US "systemic racism movement" are not the brightest bombillas. Cartels don't like social unrest in las plazas. Bad for business, makes them look weak. They are Law and Order in Mexico.

  2. #2533
    World.

    Mexico president kicks off 'new normal' phase amid pandemic.

    DAN CHRISTIAN ROJAS and MARIA VERZA.

    Associated PressJune 1, 2020,8:03 AM PDT.


    1 / 7.

    Virus Outbreak Mexico.


    CANCUN, Mexico (AP) Amid a pandemic and a brewing tropical storm, Mexico President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador kicked off Mexico's return to a "new normal" Monday with his first road trip in two months as the nation began to gradually ease some virus-inspired restrictions.

    Lpez Obrador said he's taking all necessary precautions he drove the 1,000 miles from Mexico City over the weekend rather than flying on a trip to promote construction of one of his signature infrastructure projects the Mayan Train.

    While the federal government's nationwide social distancing rule formally ended Monday, it is urging people in so-called "red" zones to maintain most of those measures and so many people are falling ill and dying each day that those zones cover nearly the whole country.

    Mexico is nearing 100,000 confirmed infections and has topped 10,000 deaths, but those official tallies are considered to be undercounts.

    Mexican officials said last week that more than 5,000 companies had implemented protocols that would allow them to reopen this week. The federal government had cleared businesses in the mining, construction and auto manufacturing sectors to resume operations.

    While in Cancun, the president was also talking up what local officials hope is the quick return of tourists. Mexico's most popular beach destination officially plans to reopen next week albeit with social distancing restrictions such as a ban on buffets. Quintana Roo Gov. Carlos Manuel Joaquand Gonzalez said they've already started receiving reservations.

    But around Cancun, nothing appeared normal yet. The beaches were empty, bars and restaurants remained closed. Locals walked around wearing masks and traffic was light. The dramatic drop of international air travel and April 1 closure of Cancun's beaches left thousands unemployed.

    Cancun resident Andres Jose Conrado said maybe his city could reopen in a few months, but it was more important to continue with the health precautions.

    "I say it's very early (to reopen)," Conrado said, a cloth mask over his nose and mouth. "For now I say it's not necessary. ".

    But Sergio Ortega Jara, another resident who is out of work, said they need to get jobs back. He conceded that the virus was a real danger, but insisted people need income. "It's kind of bad, there's no work," Ortega said.

    In Mexico City, traffic has increased significantly in the past week. In some neighborhoods foot traffic had hardly ever diminished. Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum urged residents via Twitter on Monday to stay at home if it wasn't absolutely necessary to go out.

    Still, public spaces vacant of people during the past two months were bustling on Monday. There were protests by police and unemployed musicians in the principal plaza. People strolled in the historic center and along a main boulevard. Cleaning seemed to be happening everywhere as still-closed offices and restaurants prepared to open.

    A long line of people seeking construction permits stretched in front of a city office building. While the city has had some success imposing orderly lines at its subway stations, a commuter bus line station was chaos. Most people at least were wearing masks.

    Renato Rivera stood outside a construction site wearing a red mask Monday. He had heard they were getting back to work, but when he arrived there wasn't a job for him.

    "It's not that you're not scared," he said of returning to work. "We're all scared. But we have need. There's no help from the government. ".

    On Monday, Lpez Obrador highlighted a couple of hot spots, including the Pacific Coast beach destination Acapulco and his home state of Tabasco.

    "We're going to carefully return to productive activities," he said.

    Later in the day during a visit to a military base on Isla Mujeres, Lpez Obrador warned that if there were new outbreaks and a surge in infections, restrictions would be tightened again.

    For the most part Mexico's restrictions have been recommendations. Lpez Obrador repeated Monday that he preferred reasoning with people to "authoritarian impositions. ".

    The Pacific resorts of LOS Cabos had initially set June 1 to reopen, but have now pushed that deeper into the month.

    Lpez Obrador planned to spend the week promoting the start of construction for the Mayan Train, which will whisk tourists from resort destinations like Cancun into the interior of the Yucatan Peninsula. It has been criticized as an environmental threat and faces opposition from indigenous communities, but he says it will create 80,000 jobs.

    The president has faced criticism for his handling of the pandemic. He continued to travel the country a month after Mexico's first confirmed case and has continually mixed messages of a need to take precautions with the country's need to reactivate its economy.

    The Mexican government has estimated about 1 million jobs have been lost during the epidemic. Mexico's central bank projected last week that the economy would shrink as much as 8. 8% this year.

    On his way to Cancun, Lpez Obrador stopped at his ranch in Chiapas state and recorded a video he shared on social networks. He tried to highlight positive economic signs, noting the peso has regained a bit of value against the dollar and the price of oil has risen slightly.

    "I wanted to give you good news," Lpez Obrador said. "There is economic recovery. The model we are using is showing us results. ".

    The remnants of Tropical Storm Amanda which left at least 17 dead over the weekend in Central America reformed into a tropical depression in the Bay of Campeche and was forecast to become a tropical storm. It was expected to dump 10 to 15 inches of rain on the Yucatan Peninsula and gulf coast states in coming days.

    Verza reported from Mexico City. AP photojournalist Fernando Llano and videojournalist Gerardo Carrillo in Mexico City and AP writer Ignacio Martnez in San Jos de LOS Cabos contributed to this report.

  3. #2532
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    I never knew they were $20 on weekdays. Do they charge you per visitor if you stay the night? Noisy Heat / AC?
    As LuvMexicanas says, it's just M-W that the rooms are $20. If you pay in pesos it's even less now with the exchange rate. So M-W it's almost cheaper to get the room for the full night versus just 30 minutes. There is no extra charge for multiple visitors. Rooms near the stairs are loudest, both because you can hear the AC unit on the roof. Rooms do not have their own AC (the unit on the roof is for the club, not the hotel). Rooms can be stifling during the day, as they have no windows. The rooms with windows are suites and reserved for short-time guests -- they also look out on Calle Coahuila so would be noisy. I like rooms in the back corner, 310-314 are good. They are away from the stairs so you are less likely to hear girls' tacones on the tile floor as they come and go with short-time guests.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuvMexicanas  [View Original Post]
    Just be sure to get a third floor room or higher so you have some peace and quiet and also avoid the high mileage short time rooms on the lower floors.
    It would be hard to get rooms any higher than the third floor, as that's the top! Unless you want to sleep on the roof, I guess. : the.

  4. #2531
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    I never knew they were $20 on weekdays. Do they charge you per visitor if you stay the night? Noisy Heat / AC?

    Thanks.
    Adelitas is fairly easy to get the room Monday Tuesday. Wensday because hk is not discounted it's much tougher. Temp wise I was comfortable good shower. Only main difference than hk hotel is sheets look worse. Sometimes no sheet pillow cases just the dark fabric ones that. Normally are just for looks. Anyway I always bring pillow case and one sheet I can sleep in the sheet like sleeping bag to. NOt touch very much. I use clothes in the pillow case as my pillow and bring thin travel towell. I became germaphobe a year before coronavirus. Anyway the staff at adelitas hotel has always been cool to deal with. It's also only 5 bucks security.

  5. #2530
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    I never knew they were $20 on weekdays. Do they charge you per visitor if you stay the night? Noisy Heat / AC?

    Thanks.
    It's not $20 all weekdays just M-W. I always pay the $5 key deposit because I don't want some dude with his hand out looking for a tip each time I need my room unlocked. Third floor rooms are basic but functional. I brought up chicas and had escorts show up to my room with zero issues or extra charges. Just be sure to get a third floor room or higher so you have some peace and quiet and also avoid the high mileage short time rooms on the lower floors.

  6. #2529
    Quote Originally Posted by LuvMexicanas  [View Original Post]
    If I'm in an Adelitas and paraditas frame of mind, I'll get a third floor room at Hotel Coahuila especially when it's just $20 a night M-W.
    I never knew they were $20 on weekdays. Do they charge you per visitor if you stay the night? Noisy Heat / AC?

    Thanks.

  7. #2528
    I don't leave cell charging in any hotel in USA. That's asking for problems. I know wealthy people who steal it's a adiction, adrenaline rush. We had a guy in our dorm once completely normal that was stealing. Alot of people steal. When in mexico the things in my room nobody would want. Maybe a cell phone charger is the only thing of value. I also leave 2 bucks on table so I don't get left without my 10 dollar bag If someone feels need to steal.

  8. #2527
    Quote Originally Posted by Jinxx  [View Original Post]
    I got word from a fellow monger whose phone was stolen from his room at Hotel San Nicolas on Madero. It was stolen from his room with the door locked which makes me think it was most likely hotel staff who took it. I think he left it charging in the room while he was downstairs probably getting something to eat. He said he notified the front desk people and they didn't seem to care or be of any assistance.

    I'm trying to figure out a way to get revenge on that place for stealing a brother's phone. I think I'm going to get the loudest screaming chica I can find (or maybe two) and get a room there for a night, then just have the loudest fuckfest that my energy and stamina will allow.(the walls in those hotels are paper thin) All night until I pass out then a couple times in the morning before checkout. And I'll be sure to mention to the staff "hey I hear there's a lot of theft going on here. Some dirty lowlife rateros stole my buddy's phone out of his locked room". Basically the plan is to make them feel very very uncomfortable. .
    You lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas. These dumps have shitty reputations for a reason.

  9. #2526
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    A notorious hotel for polleros and shady people. I am not surprised.
    Nor am I. There are times to try new things and be creative, but when it comes to Tijuana hotels, it's best to stick to what's worked for yourself and others. There is wisdom in crowds. I use various travel websites to get very reasonably priced rooms at Ticuan ($65-70) and Espana ($40-45). Both are safe, clean and escort friendly. Ticuan as a favorite among those who hobby is well chronicled in the Tijuana threads. If I'm in an Adelitas and paraditas frame of mind, I'll get a third floor room at Hotel Coahuila especially when it's just $20 a night M-W. I can also throw escorts into the mix as some agencies and indies provide service in Zona Norte. I've never had an issue at all three properties so if it ain't broke, I see no need to fix it.

  10. #2525
    Quote Originally Posted by Jinxx  [View Original Post]
    I'm trying to figure out a way to get revenge on that place for stealing a brother's phone. I think I'm going to get the loudest screaming chica I can find (or maybe two) and get a room there for a night, then just have the loudest fuckfest that my energy and stamina will allow.
    That's not revenge, man. You want revenge? You cause some real damage. And the kind that they won't notice until days after you're long gone so you won't have problems at checkout. I don't want to get into specifics but remember the episode of Seinfeld when Jerry and Kramer decide to exact revenge on the laundromat?

  11. #2524
    Quote Originally Posted by Jinxx  [View Original Post]
    I got word from a fellow monger whose phone was stolen from his room at Hotel San Nicolas on Madero. It was stolen from his room with the door locked which makes me think it was most likely hotel staff who took it. I think he left it charging in the room while he was downstairs probably getting something to eat. He said he notified the front desk people and they didn't seem to care or be of any assistance.

    I'm trying to figure out a way to get revenge on that place for stealing a brother's phone. I think I'm going to get the loudest screaming chica I can find (or maybe two) and get a room there for a night, then just have the loudest fuckfest that my energy and stamina will allow.(the walls in those hotels are paper thin) All night until I pass out then a couple times in the morning before checkout. And I'll be sure to mention to the staff "hey I hear there's a lot of theft going on here. Some dirty lowlife rateros stole my buddy's phone out of his locked room". Basically the plan is to make them feel very very uncomfortable. .
    A notorious hotel for polleros and shady people. I am not surprised.

  12. #2523

    Phone stolen at Hotel San Nicolas

    I got word from a fellow monger whose phone was stolen from his room at Hotel San Nicolas on Madero. It was stolen from his room with the door locked which makes me think it was most likely hotel staff who took it. I think he left it charging in the room while he was downstairs probably getting something to eat. He said he notified the front desk people and they didn't seem to care or be of any assistance.

    I'm trying to figure out a way to get revenge on that place for stealing a brother's phone. I think I'm going to get the loudest screaming chica I can find (or maybe two) and get a room there for a night, then just have the loudest fuckfest that my energy and stamina will allow.(the walls in those hotels are paper thin) All night until I pass out then a couple times in the morning before checkout. And I'll be sure to mention to the staff "hey I hear there's a lot of theft going on here. Some dirty lowlife rateros stole my buddy's phone out of his locked room". Basically the plan is to make them feel very very uncomfortable. .

  13. #2522
    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    I could not agree more, well said. I miss HK so much.

    I have been looking at flights, but of course the airlines have raised there prices, so I am going to make MTY my home base, screw the airlines, I can just drive to MTY.
    Weren't you the guy telling us a couple months ago that we're insane to travel into Mexico with the virus spreading rapidly and that it wasn't worth the risk? That was a couple months ago and the virus is much worse now south of the border.

  14. #2521
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Dodgers69 gave us some good details on these recent kidnaps in Tijuana.

    After 2 months of CoVid-19 lock down, people get hungry, angry and desperate. Stupid criminals and even normal people will think and try desperate crimes to fill their stomachs. Dodgers is right, few if any kidnap victims ever get released. To these criminals with nothing to lose, it's easier to pump a few bullets into the victims than fearing being identified later.

    The loser-mongers, who are even afraid of HK's meseros, keep knocking bars like HK, but they spend a lot of money, employ a lot of people working security to assure the safety of their clients and to protect the reputation of their businesses. I spotted El Chapo's son Ovidio hang out in HK one night, ogling hot chicas by himself without bodyguards. He must think HK is as secured as Ft. Knox hehe.

    It's well worth paying a little extra for drinks and tips to hang out and have sexy fun with hot chicas in a safe, relaxed environment. HK's security guys work hard, risking their lives for pittance. Don't be too cheap. Tip them a few bucks to show friendship and to encourage them in their risky jobs. Also generously tip hot strippers, dancers and sweet new girls to encourage them to show up to work. It's comparatively cheap and lots of fun to buy HK's sweet girls a few fichas and make out with them in the club.
    I could not agree more, well said. I miss HK so much.

    I have been looking at flights, but of course the airlines have raised there prices, so I am going to make MTY my home base, screw the airlines, I can just drive to MTY.

  15. #2520

    Kidnapping in Tijuana

    Dodgers69 gave us some good details on these recent kidnaps in Tijuana.

    After 2 months of CoVid-19 lock down, people get hungry, angry and desperate. Stupid criminals and even normal people will think and try desperate crimes to fill their stomachs. Dodgers is right, few if any kidnap victims ever get released. To these criminals with nothing to lose, it's easier to pump a few bullets into the victims than fearing being identified later.

    The loser-mongers, who are even afraid of HK's meseros, keep knocking bars like HK, but they spend a lot of money, employ a lot of people working security to assure the safety of their clients and to protect the reputation of their businesses. I spotted El Chapo's son Ovidio hang out in HK one night, ogling hot chicas by himself without bodyguards. He must think HK is as secured as Ft. Knox hehe.

    It's well worth paying a little extra for drinks and tips to hang out and have sexy fun with hot chicas in a safe, relaxed environment. HK's security guys work hard, risking their lives for pittance. Don't be too cheap. Tip them a few bucks to show friendship and to encourage them in their risky jobs. Also generously tip hot strippers, dancers and sweet new girls to encourage them to show up to work. It's comparatively cheap and lots of fun to buy HK's sweet girls a few fichas and make out with them in the club.

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