updated: September 29th. 2023
Back in August of 2022
“The Mexican authorities took additional steps to keep the media cameras away, and non of the so-called ‘rescued-at-sea’ victims were photographed or interviewed. They were whisked away as if they were part of a secret-club,
A protocol that would not be normal for those recued at sea. The Americans wanted protection because they anticipated violence when they arrived at the port in Chetumal’,
Possible violence that was under the direction of someone on Ambergris Caye.
(The initial report stated that the boat had capsized, the boat in the photo below)
This article was originally published on digitalBelize.live on August 18th. 2022
Authorities in Chetumal are reporting that a boat (water-taxi) that ferries passengers between San Pedro town and Chetumal had to be rescued, and that about 65 people onboard were rescued by the Mexican Navy.
The incident occurred on Wednesday night August 17th. 2022 at approximately 7pm. in the Chetumal Bay.
However, astute observers believe that there is a lot more to the incident than reported. The Mexican authorities have made an obvious effort to not publish photos of the people rescued and it is rumored to be all Americans, and that several individuals from the boat believe their life is in danger from other Americans on San Pedro and their operatives in Mexico, and are seeking the protection of Mexican Authorities.
The following translation (verbatim) is the news report from Chetumal Siempre Noticias Facebook page.
ELEMENTS OF THE MEXICO NAVY-NAVY RESCUED 60 PEOPLE WHO WERE SHIPWRECKED IN THE BAY OF CHETUMAL ON BOARD A “WATER JET” COMPANY VESSEL THAT LEFT IN THE AFTERNOON FROM THE ISLAND OF SAN PEDRO, BELIZE
“At least 60 people were rescued by personnel from the Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico after the boat that covers Chetumal-San Pedro Belize Capsized in the waters of the Bay of Chetumal. They had left San Pedro Island, Belize”
Written & Compiled by: channel1Belize.com / digitalBelize,LIVE Staff writer – Thursday, August, 18th. 2022 – firstname.lastname@example.org