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Tuesday, September 27, 2022

This is what we know about the stolen helicopter at AICM

Helicopter Bell 206B3 Jet Ranger It was reportedly stolen from Mexico City’s international airport, where it took off from the hangar area, for which the capital’s prosecutor’s office said yesterday it had launched an investigation.

However, this would only be the end of a series of crimes that were committed against Jesus Silvestre Rios, pilot and aircraft owner in the state of Morelos. This is the story behind the helicopter theft.

23 and 24 June: Kidnapping Jesus Silvestre Rios

captain Jesus Silvestre Rios He is the owner of a helicopter stolen at the capital’s airport. In addition, he is a victim of KidnappedWhich was done on June 24, the date from which his whereabouts are unknown, though communications with his alleged abductors and himself have been repeated over the past 40 days.

In an interview with Azucena Uresti, Jesus’ brother, Miguel Ríos, assured that on June 23 the businessman received a call from two of his employees, a subject identified as Leticia Reyes and with the surname Vallarta.

The two informed Jess Silvestre, who also owns two planes kept in that air terminal, that they had a flight leaving Cuernavaca, Morelos.

According to Miguel, after agreeing to the trip, Silvestre left with his co-pilot, Rafael Quevedo, to the airport, where they arrived at about 12:00 noon on 24 June; However, the businessman was not able to establish contact with his employees when he reached the airport.

Like every time he made such a trip on the night of 24 June, Silvestre’s wife waited for his call, but he never came. Fue till the next morning filed telephone communication, although of a different number. It was her husband, who asked her to collect all the money, then they would call her to give further instructions.

A few days later, the alleged kidnappers contacted Silvestre’s family. it’s all gone WhatsApp, He sent messages, waited for them to be read, and deleted them; However, between replies, still in chat, you can see requests for more time be able to collect the money they requested,

“Give us more time (…) Tomorrow at 12 o’clock I will tell you how much more has been collected (…) We are selling what you told us (…) We did not stop walking all day ( …) we are doing everything possible, please give us more time,” the victims wrote in a message.

The next day, the kidnappers contacted the victims again, asking them if they already had the ransom money requested; However, Silvestre’s family assured that he had collected only one and a half million pesos. the goods they tried to sell in the name of the employer. This was indicated through communication with the alleged kidnappers.

“Stop the bullshit and get that money all at once, yes or yes. You have until nine o’clock. Hurry it up That fucking building that was there, whatever you have, get it all at once (…) What happened to the equipment? (…) give them or let’s see what the hell, but he (get) the money”, in the recording of the call presented in a kidnapper is heard saying 10. on lily ,

In the days that followed, the kidnappers remained in contact with the family, but the family assured them that they could not sell the property as they were in Sylvestre’s name, so They needed to support the goods and requested more time to collect more money.,

I was partying, Morelos responds to the prosecutor’s office

After threats from kidnappers, wife of Jesus Silvestre approaches them Attorney General of the State of Morelos (FGE)Where, according to the family, they refused to register the complaint, arguing that the businessman was having a party.

Similarly, relatives of Jesus alleged that Extortion carried out at the State Prosecutor’s Office by the workers, who were given 50 thousand pesos, as promised that with this amount they would expedite the investigation; Something that never happened.

Pilot’s family paid a ransom of four lakhs

On 26 June, the wife of Jesus Silvestre received further messages in which the businessman allegedly asked her to collect all the papers from his plane.

The woman returned to the prosecutor’s office and again, they ignored her.

Businessman’s family accepted deliver 4 million pesos In exchange for the independence of Sylvestre. They went on the Cuautla-Puebla highway, maintaining communication with the perpetrators, who assured the victims that they were looking for the owner of the plane. Gallery CuernavacaThe site where they stayed for hours without finding it.

“We didn’t raise money, my sister-in-law sold her house, car, motorcycle. Selling a plane is not easy, it’s a complicated process (…). First they asked for 10 million, then 8 and finally we 4 million Paid,” announced Miguel.

Thirty-eight days after the ransom was paid for Jesus Sylvester, nothing was known of him. The kidnappers did not respond further. The family dialed 777-409-7677, but it has since been discontinued.

Rafael Quevedo, who was accompanying him on the flight with Jesus Silvestre, is also missing. In addition, the businessman’s wifeLeticia Rosado ParadesIt has not been found since Wednesday morning today.

Family receives message about the death of Jesus Sylvester

According to Miguel, yesterday he received a message asking him to go for Jesus Sylvester and A photo was attached showing two people apparently dead,

Miguel suspects FGE’s association with the hijackers and three employees, including Leticia and Vallarta, the same ones who received the commercial flight to Jesus Silvestre. He is also suspicious of pilot Jose García Martínez, who no longer works for Jesus Sylvester, but The AICM would have been in charge of allowing the departure of the helicopter.,

AICM distances itself from helicopter theft

Mexico City International Airport He distanced himself from the alleged theft of the helicopter inside his hangar, as he had assured that the security and operation of such aircraft was in line with the operating companies.

He specified that helicopter hangars are leased to legal entities duly recognized by the Aeronautical Authority for providing custody and maintenance services for such aircraft.

“Therefore, its security and operation is the exclusive responsibility of these companies and the personnel they employ,” he said, without giving further details about what happened.

last helicopter flyby

According to official reports, July 21 was the last day the Bell 206B3 Jet Ranger helicopter left AICM.

According to the investigation file, an employee of the owners has been identified as Juan Armenta GomezoWent to the airport hangar, but when he was not found, he sent a message to Guadalupe Leticia Rosado Paredes (wife of the owner), informing verbatim: “The machine is not in the helicopter center.”

A day later on August 4, the woman went to the spot. There, the hangar manager, identified as Mario Alberto Chávez Arellano, told him that a group of people came and asked for the aircraft with the registration XB JSR. He told them that there was a debt on him and without any ado, they were repaid.

Jose Luis Garcia Martinez He would have been the one who authorized the ship’s takeoff; However, the same accused assured that it is false, that he continues to work normally and that no one has called him.

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