Thursday, March 21, 2019

Oaxaca: Journalist Jesús Hiram Moreno is shot in Salina Cruz

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Journalist Jesus Hiram Moreno is recovering from injuries caused by gunshots that an unknown person fired outside a convenience store in the municipality of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca.

After the attack occurred on Wednesday Morena was taken to the emergency room of ​​the Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) hospital, he received protecton from elements of the Army and State Police, who accompanied him to his home where he will recover.

The founder and editor of the weekly "Evidencias" commented to the press that the man who attacked him shot him several times, causing a wound on his right arm and a wound on his back. After the attack, he said, his attacker fled on a motorcycle.



When the attack on the journalist was confirmed, the governor of Oaxaca, Alejandro Murat Hinojosa, offered institutional support to him and his family.

The Attorney General of the State requested "the deployment of the technical and human capacity to investigate the facts and find the responsible party, so that they can be detained and initiate the corresponding process before the courts."

While the Secretariat of Public Safety instructed him to participate in the surveillance tasks in the Isthmus region on a permanent basis, as well as continue with the deterrent operations that have been established in the area.

8 comments:

  1. Who runs Salina Cruz nowdays? CJNG or Zetas?

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    1. 3:01 presidente municipal of Salina Cruz Oaxaca: Rodolfo Leon Aragon, "el Chino Leon" former chief of the Federal Police accused of being the real murderers of cardinal archbishop of Guadalajara Juan Jose Posadas Ocampo on orders of Carlos Salinas de Gortari...

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    2. Conspiracy theories.

      Can anyone prove this? And why?

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    3. 5:53 give it some more time, and you will be, really sleeping with the cardinal, I hope of natural causes...

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  2. Zetas have always run this town and still do

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