Saturday, May 12, 2018

Mexican Government Prosecutor’s Cover-Up Falls Apart! European Cyclists Who Disappeared in Southern Mexico Last Month and were Declared Victims of an Accident were Actually Murdered!



Murder victims Holger Franz Hagenbusch, above, and Krzysztof Chmielewski-Podroznik, below


By A Texas Reader

2 European cyclists found dead in Mexico were killed, not accident victims

A pair of European cyclists who went missing in southern Mexico last month and whose bodies were later found along a roadside were likely slain and not victims of an accident as initially thought, authorities say.

A pair of European cyclists who disappeared in southern Mexico last month and whose remains later turned up in a rural ravine were victims of an armed robbery and not an accident, a Mexican prosecutor said Friday.

One cyclist was shot in the head and his companion likely died from a head wound caused by a beating, Luis Alberto Sanchez, the chief homicide prosecutor in Mexico's Chiapas state, told the Mexican media.

Last week, a different state prosecutor had said there was no indication of foul play in the high-profile disappearance.

The case of the missing cyclists — Holger Franz Hagenbusch, a German national, 43, and his Polish traveling companion, Krzysztof Chmielewski-Podroznik, 37 — has reverberated for weeks on social media and in the European and Mexican press….”


“Friends of Holger Franz Hagenbusch and Krzysztof Chmielewski-Podroznik, cyclists who disappeared in the Mexican state of Chiapas, protest May 6 in San Cristobal de las Casas. (Rodrigo Pardo/EPA/Shuttestock)”



Anonymous said...

Don't go to Mexico. Just a bad place.

Anonymous said...

Good luck with getting justice south of the border. I have a DWL acquaintance who visits Mexico and wants to retire there. Must be nice to keep your head in the sand.

Anonymous said...

Keep your head in the sand but watch your back at the same time always. Hard to do.