Several narco-banners signed by La Familia Michoacana appeared during the day yesterday in several municipalities of Guerrero that included Teloloapan, Tlapehuala and Arcelia.
The narco-messages were addressed to Mexican President Felipe Calderon Hinojosa along with Alejandro Poire and talks about the Knights Templar (Caballeros Templarios). The Attorney General of the State of Guerrero, confirmed that the narco-banners were seen at different locations and were immediately removed by members of the federal police.
La Familia Michoacana put the blame squarely on Felipe Calderon for all the innocent people that have been killed in different incidents.
Authorities indicates that the message was all the same, it said that Nazario Moreno Gonzalez is in fact alive, and that the government knows that to be true, although the government has publicly maintained that he is dead. The banners also mentioned El Chayo, the leader of the Knights Templar, present rival of La Familia Michoacana.
In other narco-banners it sends a message to Alejandro Poire, who after the arrest of "El Chango" La Familia Michoacana he said that La Familia was completely destroyed, but the message warns him that the criminal group is still alive and are prepared for a war against the Knights Templar.
These were the messages:"Mr President Felipe Calderón that war that is being waged between La familia Michoacana and Los Caballeros Templarios that is lead by Nazario Moreno Gonzales "El Chayo," who your government declared dead but you know he is alive. . . . But you are embarrassed to admit or do you protect him through an agreement by your government? This is provoking a wave of insecurity in Michoacan of which you are the only one responsible for so many deaths of innocent people. Sincerely: La F.M."
"To society: La Familia Michoacana is united in our strength that is superior to any problem and we are letting the secretary of security Alejandro Poire know that La Familia Michoacana remains alive and prepared for the war against Los Caballeros Templarios. Sinecerely: La Familia Michoacana"