Monday, November 11, 2019

Armed command attacks police in Oaxaca; report five dead

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TYGus  from Excelsior


Note: Although the images in twitter video depicts the 5 police in the morgue, the footage is not of graphic violence.  

Five dead and four wounded is the preliminary tally of an armed attack on elements of the Oaxaca State Police in the municipality of San Vicente Coatlán.

According to the first versions, the attack with firearms occurred on Friday around 6:00 p.m. in the  "La Cementera" of said municipality, where the active elements were attacked  by firearms when they were traveling aboard Patrols numbers 1730 and 1718 during surveillance tasks in the area.

Meanwhile, the injured were rushed to a hospital. First responders were  in fear of being the target of a new attack.

Elements of the State Investigation Agency attended with personnel of the State Attorney General's Office to initiate the corresponding investigation and order the removal of the bodies.

8 comments:

  1. Apparently this was zetas there locked in a battle with cjng for that turf down there

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  2. ITS AN ALL OUT WAR WITH TERRORIST!!!!!

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    1. It's not happening in the U.S.A. so the U.S should take it's nose out of what is not of their consent. IMO

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    2. Why would U.S.A. mind their own after years of war with other countries? U.S.A. should help Mexico, we are their neighbors.

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  3. It's worrying to hear and see this level of crime in states that are usually not associated with these acts

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    1. Its been worrisome to see the extent of corruption and killings in Mexico. Along with impunity for those beloved cartel leaders who continue to plunder townspeople and their liberties from criminals.
      Always cheerleading these bastards.

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  4. Who knows if those cops were dirty?

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  5. These terrorists sure love hugs.

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