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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 9 years ago

Why do supporters claim this an outright lie 20-year-old female police Mexican Police Chief Quits Flees to US?

The 20-year-old female police chief of a drug-ravaged Mexican border town has quit after receiving death threats and fled to the United States, where she is seeking asylum, a relative told the New York Post Thursday.

Marisol Valles, a college student majoring in criminal justice, made international headlines last year when she accepted the job in October in Paxedis Guerro, a small town near Ciudad Juarez on the Rio Grande.

But Valles "received death threats from criminal groups that wanted to force her to work for them," her relative told the newspaper.

Valles, who fled with her young son, became the top law enforcement official in the Mexican border town after drug cartel members murdered the town's mayor and his son, scaring off all other applicants.

Erika Gandara, the 28-year-old police chief of nearby Guadalupe, was kidnapped last December. Her fate remains unknown, the Post reports.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/04/report-mexica...

They say Fox news is all lies so why are they saying this never happened ?

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    Mexican authorities deny reports that border state's female police chief fled

    [Updated at 4:03 p.m. ET] A spokesman for the attorney general of Chihuahua State denied reports Friday that Marisol Valles Garcia – the 20-year-old woman who made headlines when she became the police chief of Praxedis, Mexico – has left the country for the United States.

    Spokesman Arturo Sandoval was referring to comments in El Diario newspaper attributed to Jorge Gonzalez Nicolas, the attorney general for the northern district of Chihuahua.

    "He did not give a press conference," Sandoval told CNN. "We negate reports that Nicolas said she fled to the United States."

    [Posted at 2:51 p.m. ET] Marisol Valles Garcia, the 20-year-old woman who made headlines when she became the sheriff of Praxedis, Mexico, has left the country for the United States, the attorney general of Chihuahua State told reporters Friday.

    Valles Garcia, a criminology student, was the only person who accepted the job of police chief in the city whose police officers had been abducted and killed.

    She is reportedly seeking asylum in the United States after receiving death threats, CNN affiliate KVIA said, citing Mexican media reports.

    Valles Garcia accepted the job in October. At the time, she said she was tired of everyone being afraid.

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  • Alex G
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    9 years ago

    You can claim asylum only when threatened on a political basis, not by the criminals. She doesn't qualify anyway so it doesn't matter if it is true or not.

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