The criminal group Los Caballeros Templarios (Knights of Templar) said their goodbyes to the six year President Felipe Calderon of Mexico through narcomantas placed in at least three states.
In Guanajuato, the messages were put on the pedestrian bridges of Apaseo El Grande, Tarandacuao, Uriangato, Coroneo, Acámbaro y Villagrán.
The criminal organization expressed their disagreement against the fight the federal government brought against organized crime.
"Message for Sr. Felipe de Jesus Calderon Hinojosa:
Sr. President we want to tell you through these mantas, since we have only this resource to communicate with each other, that we were never in agreement with the way you treated us. Your intentions might have been good but not the way you did it. However with all the pain and wounds that are still present, we want to tell you that we learned a lot, because at the same time, we, as rebellious countrymen or very heroic ones, we recognize that we also caused damage to PFP (Federal Police), very much deserved. We as countrymen or a brotherhood wanted to respect you, but you never looked our way. In a cool manner it would have been different for Michoacan, if you, with your title and authority, that you showed, if you might have treated your country with love and true justice. Before all and everything we apologize and since we are not going to have you anymore in December as our president, we hope for you, your family, and cabinet that it will go like Vicente Fernandez said (in his song)... "I wish it will go beautiful for you" -- CTGM-Caballero Templarios Guardia Michoacana "
In Moreilia, Michoacan, the mantas appeared with the same message, seemingly also were circulated by fliers.
Meanwhile, in Guerrero the messages were placed on pedestrian bridges in Zihuatanejo de Azueta y Petatlán.
Federal security, state and municipal performed walks in that area region of the state to detect more messages
PGR Offers Reward for Pablo Mondragón Peña “El Pollo” and other Knights Templar
PGR informed, Thursday, November 14 that persons will awarded up to three million pesos for the the information leading to the identification, location and apprehension of alleged perpetrators of organized crime, the Knights Templar, for crimes against health (drug trafficking), crimes of extorsion and those resulting. Persons will be rewarded up to five million pesos for the identification leading to location and apprehension of Pablo Mondragón Peña, alias “El Pollo” or “Alfredo," for crime against health, extortion and crimes that resulted to the detriment of entrepreneurs in Michoacán and Guanajuato.
"On July 26, 2012, the Special Unit for Crimes of kidnapping (UEIDS) Attorney Generals Office Specialized Investigation of Organized Crime (SEIDO), initiated an investigation on charges of organized crime, against health and extortion committed against businesses in the states of Michoacan and Guanajuato," says the PGR document.
"From the steps taken to clarify the crimes referred, we have identified the involvement of members of the criminal organization calling itself the Knights Templar, led by Pablo Mondragón Peña".
The agreement, published Thursday in the Official Journal of the Federation detailing offered five million pesos to the person or persons who provide viable information leading to the location or apprehension of Pablo Mondragón Peña.
The agreement states that the information will be received at the offices of the PGR located in Paseo de la Reforma No. 75, Ground Floor, Guerrero, in the Federal District, and the email address firstname.lastname@example.org .
Also phone calls will be received at phone numbers (55) 53-46-15-44 and (55) 53-46-00-00, extension 4748, in Mexico City and in the 01-800-831-31- 96, from anywhere in the country.