Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Zetatijuana article
[ Subject Matter: CJNG, PGR, Jalisco
Recommendation: Some knowledge of recent events in Jalisco would be useful, see Lucio R article]
Reporter: Luis Carlos Sainz Matinez and cortesia
The Government of Jalisco denied that the violence by members of organized crime at the start of May, in Guadalajara and other Municipalities as acts of narco-terrorism, since that term does not fit in any current legal form.
After a press conference, the institution signalled that the blockades put up at various points of the State, " corresponds to acts of vandalism", planned by criminals, some of which were detained and put at the disposition of PGR, in order to be investigated for the crimes of terrorism and organized criminal behaviour.
The information supplied by the Directorate of Social Communication detailed that the word narco-terrorism "does not exist according to the Royal Academy of Language, to utilise the jargon used by these criminal groups would implicate that it falls into a criminal apology.
"It's because of them that the Government of Jalisco doesn't employ and will not employ the term " narco-terrorism", explains the eager Government news letter. He adds that to discard the word " does not, at all, minimise the gravity of events in Jalisco.
In four paragraphs the Government is dedicated to semantically clarify the difference used to describe the criminal actions that generated fear amongst the population and prompted the state to activate a "Code Red" alert.
In the last paragraph the Jalisco Government gratefully acknowledges the support you are giving the Federal Forces as part of Operation Jalisco, to stop the criminal group whose name is not mentioned and that is the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion.
Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana