n't have enough problems, three narco banners (mantas) were placed in various areas of Acapulco, one at a bridge in colonia Benito Juarez, one on the bridge of colonia Garita, and the third on a bridge in colonia 20 de Noviembre.
The three banner messages are directed at entrepreneurs and local taxi drivers, ordering them to stop paying “piso” (narco tax/fee) to Victor Aguirre Garzon, the message is signed 'La Mochomera' “and El Jefe de Jefes” (the now deceased Arturo Beltran Leyva).
The message also declares Victor Aguirre Garzon, alleged cousin of the now resigned governor Angel Aguirre Rivero, as being identified as one of the leaders of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (ICAD). Aguirre Garzon allegedly was instrumental, in the successful governorship campaign of the former governor.
According to the publication El Universal, Victor Aguirre was linked with Arturo Beltrán Leyva and is presumed to be an ally of ‘Los Guerreros Unidos’, drug traffickers who are responsible for kidnappings and extortion in Guerrero.
The former governor received other bad news today, the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), through the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), asked the Attorney General's Office to freeze the bank accounts of the former Governor, Angel Aguirre Rivero, on suspicion of money laundering.