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Seven Rancho Packard families threatened with eviction - Americans included
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Los afectados, entre los que se encuentra una pareja de ancianos estadounidenses, presentaron orden de suspensión provisional.

Ensenada, B. C. - Siete familias que residen en el Rancho Packard, ubicado en el ejido Coronel Esteban Cantú, podrían perder sus hogares debido a que enfrentan una demanda por despojo de cinco hectáreas de terreno.

Alrededor de las 13:00 horas de ayer, los habitantes del lugar al sur de la mancha urbana de Ensenada, rumbo a La Bufadora, fueron amenazados con ser desalojados del sitio que han rentado desde hace 12 años, a pesar de contar con una orden de suspensión provisional del proceso legal.

La suspensión fue autorizada por la secretaria del Juzgado Décimo de Distrito, Adriana Margarita Castillo García, pero según una de las residentes afectadas, Esmeralda Anaya Joaquín, el documento fue ignorado por el actuario del Juzgado Segundo de lo Civil, Valentín Zamora Lara.

Anaya Joaquín, quien tiene la posesión del terreno en litigio, mencionó que el funcionario no acató la orden de la autoridad e intentó desalojar a una pareja de ancianos estadounidenses, para que se llevaran sus pertenencias en vehículos pick up.

Además, dijo, pretendía obligar a los extranjeros a firmar documentos escritos en español, sin embargo se resistieron con apoyo de sus vecinos, porque sólo entienden el idioma inglés.

Debido al altercado, una mujer estadounidense de aproximadamente 70 años presentó problemas de presión arterial, por lo que fue necesaria la atención de paramédicos voluntarios y la presencia de policías municipales.

Antecedentes

El mandato judicial, con fecha 26 de junio de 2013, precisa la suspensión provisional en los autos incidentales derivados del juicio de amparo número 419/2013, promovido por Anaya Joaquín.

Según explicó la inconforme, la disputa legal del terreno ubicado a la altura del kilómetro 17 de la carretera hacia La Bufadora, deriva de una demanda por despojo hecha por Ernesto Javier Inowe Cabrales.

La orden de ejecución es en contra del señor Pedro Esparza Verdugo, quien desde hace más de una década cedió la posesión de los predios a Esmeralda Anaya.

Tras varios acercamientos con el actuario para evitar el desalojo, Valentín Zamora Lara en compañía de otros individuos ignoraron las inconformidades y después se retiraron del sitio.

Más tarde acudió al Rancho Packard otro actuario, por órdenes de la secretaria del Juzgado Décimo de Distrito, quien manifestó a los afectados que el desalojo estaba suspendido.


http://www.elvigia.net/noticia/intentan-...e-familias

Ensenada, B.C. - Seven families who reside in Rancho Packard, located in ejido Coronel Esteban Cantú, could lose their homes as they face an order for eviction from five hectares (12 acres) of land.

Around 1PM yesterday, the residents of the location south of the urban sprawl of Ensenada, on the road to La Bufadora, were threatened with eviction from the property which they have rented for 12 years, in spite of having an interim injunction suspending the eviction process.

The suspension was authorized by the Secretary of the 10th Judicial District, Adriana Margarita Castillo García, but according to one of the affected residents, Esmeralda Anaya Joaquín, the document was ignored by the clerk of the Second Civil Court, Valentín Zamora Lara.

Anaya Joaquín, who has possession of the land in litigation, said that the official was not acting in accordance with the authority, and was trying to evict an elderly American couple making them load their belongings into a pick-up.

In addition, she said, they tried to force the Americans to sign a document written in Spanish, however they resisted, with the support of their neighbors, as they only understand English.

Due to the altercation, an American woman who was approximately 70 years old suffered blood pressure problems, and it was necessary for voluntary paramedics to render aide and for the presence of municipal police.

BACKGROUND

The court order, dated June 26, 2013, orders the interim suspension of the court orders from case 419/2013, where Anaya Joaquín is the plaintiff seeking the interim suspension.

According to what was explained by the victim, the land under legal dispute is located at kilometer 17 of the La Bufadora highway. The dispute is derived from a demand for eviction made by Ernesto Javier Inowe Cabrales.

The order of execution is against Señor Pedro Esparza Verdugo, who more than a decade ago granted possession of the property to Anaya.

After several several attempts with the plaintiff to avoid eviction, Valentín Zamora Lara, accompanied by other individuals ignored the complaints of the residents and then removed them from the property.

Later, another agent came to Rancho Packard with orders from the Secretary of the 10th Court District, and he told the residents that the eviction was suspended.
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This morning's news from Ensenada.net says there are more than one American family being evicted, perhaps three couples, from Arizona, New York and California. It also says the person who owns the land they rent under their homes raised their rent from $80 per month to $500 per month.

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http://www.ensenada.net/noticias/nota.php?id=30012
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#3
This is the biggest bombshell to hit Punta Banda in a decade and there is not even one mention of the evictions over on the Punta Banda Community Bulletin Board.

It is like in never happened. Irka Davis must be catatonic right now. No comment about this from her either.
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#4
Hey Dennis..

Remove your head from Doug Means ass and report on this or are you silent until your shit sells...
A (REALLY) LITTLE tiny LEBANESE PRICK PRETENDING HE IS A MEXICAN SPIC...Thats our Jihad e Salman shrimp Dodgy
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#5
DENNIS posts on BN:

[/b]This was emailed to me, but it appears Fulano took down the thread. Wonder what's up?

http://fulano.info/forum/showthread.php?...&pid=32796

[Edited on 6-28-2013 by DENNIS]

There is a thread over on BN (finally) talking about the topic of this thread and the land grab. The local jester posted the part in bold above. What the heck is he talking about? Fu's post is still here for all to read. Must have some good drugs leaching into the drinking water down there is Dennis' parts?
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#6
I think Dennis is still a little spastic from his stroke and probably input the link incorrectly. By the way, so far we got over 2 dozen "hits" from Baja Nomad from that link that Dennis posted. It worked for all of them as they spent a lot of time reading the forum.

(06-28-2013, 10:09 PM)BajaNomad Wrote: DENNIS posts on BN:

[/b]This was emailed to me, but it appears Fulano took down the thread. Wonder what's up?

http://fulano.info/forum/showthread.php?...&pid=32796

[Edited on 6-28-2013 by DENNIS]

There is a thread over on BN (finally) talking about the topic of this thread and the land grab. The local jester posted the part in bold above. What the heck is he talking about? Fu's post is still here for all to read. Must have some good drugs leaching into the drinking water down there is Dennis' parts?
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#7
With Maggie's blog down where else will they get the local news and perspective?
BajaNoMas= News, Facts, Stats, Videos, Pics and Links- because presenting the truth to the public is not a negative campaign "Decir la verdad no es ninguna campaña negra".
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#8
This morning, Douggie-boy deleted the link on BajaNomad to this thread that Dennis posted yesterday.

(06-28-2013, 10:31 PM)Fulano Wrote: I think Dennis is still a little spastic from his stroke and probably input the link incorrectly. By the way, so far we got over 2 dozen "hits" from Baja Nomad from that link that Dennis posted. It worked for all of them as they spent a lot of time reading the forum.

(06-28-2013, 10:09 PM)BajaNomad Wrote: DENNIS posts on BN:

[/b]This was emailed to me, but it appears Fulano took down the thread. Wonder what's up?

http://fulano.info/forum/showthread.php?...&pid=32796

[Edited on 6-28-2013 by DENNIS]

There is a thread over on BN (finally) talking about the topic of this thread and the land grab. The local jester posted the part in bold above. What the heck is he talking about? Fu's post is still here for all to read. Must have some good drugs leaching into the drinking water down there is Dennis' parts?
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#9
Ya, you can see that ole Dougie was editing like crazy. Suppose his agenda worked as they are now all talking about who edited and why versus the original issue of Americans being evited from their homes in Mexico.

Another great service provided to keep his minions fully informed about the more important things going on in Mexico.
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#10
I started the same thread on TalkBaja with no drama. If this event is tied to the "virtual execution" of ejido's, we'll see a lot more of these. If you bought land from an ejido- you're likely screwed- even if it was converted to a land title.

According to Raphael, Castillos del Mar is one of the few ex-pat-heavy locations in the area that correctly broke of from an ejido (Ejido Mazatlan). They screwed it up afterward by violating leasing laws to the Americans by creating 100 year leases, but at least they know who owns that land.
BajaNoMas= News, Facts, Stats, Videos, Pics and Links- because presenting the truth to the public is not a negative campaign "Decir la verdad no es ninguna campaña negra".
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