Monday, February 8, 2016
PGJ is investigating IRIS, a new criminal group in Michoacan
Through the video they send one message to governor Silvano Aureoles Conejo, and prosecutor Jose Martin Godoy. On the message they complained that they have not yet fulfilled the promise to end the infiltration of criminals on the rurales and comunitarios and the message said:
"Today on February 6 you have five days left to fulfill his promise."
They also reminded the governor and attorney general that for years they endured the lash of the Knights Templar and nowadays the rurales and comunitarios, who they know are infiltrated by criminal groups worse than the Templars.
The spokesman, with paper in hand, is telling them "we are not drug traffickers, but we are organizing each other and we are more every day."
He continues. If you continue with your failure to fulfill the promise to eliminate these criminals known as rurales and comunitarios, we will take charge to combat and fight against them, as well as drug traffickers, kidnappers and corrupt government officials in Tierra Caliente who are protecting them.
It was said in the video that they granted peace for the Pope's visit.
In the video you can watch four hooded men, armed and holding a banner with the symbol of the organization.
The video is 00:54 seconds long and was uploaded to YouTube on Saturday, Feb. 6, through the channel info Michoacan.
It should be noted that with this new group they are now three that have appeared so far this weekend.