Sunday, November 17, 2019

Torreon, Coahuila: Teacher killed during revolutionary parade

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from Excelsior and Twitter

They kill a teacher in the middle of the revolutionary parade

A teacher of the school Cetis number 83 of Torreón, Coahuila , was murdered this morning, while waiting for the departure of his contingent to participate in the parade commemorating the 103rd Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution.

Around 10:42 a.m., gunfire was reported on Allende Avenue and Gonzalez Ortega Street, near Alameda Zaragoza.
When the shots were heard , students, teachers, children, parents and people ran for shelter in nearby shops.



The area became a total chaos, the teacher's body was lying on the pavement bleeding, immediately witnesses of the violent act requested the support of Red Cross paramedics, who reported that nothing could be done for the woman, she had succumbed to her injuries.

The area was secured in what elements of the State Attorney General's Office arrived, also arriving personnel from the femicide investigation teams.
The murdered teacher was identified as Juana Mirilla Fernández, 50 years old; Witnesses told authorities that the aggressor is dark-skinned, wearing a black jacket and a cap.
The body of the murdered woman was transferred to the Semefo for the necropsy of law, while the parade was also suspended. 

4 comments:

  1. WTF Mexico? 🇲🇽
    An poor teacher killed at a revolutionary parade?

    The irony is that things were not crazy under Porfirio Díaz prior to the revolution.

    The Revolution ushered in the persecution and murder of Catholics (Cristeros), Masonic presidents, and the raping of 🇲🇽 By foreign powers, along corruption and chaos.

    Queso

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  2. Queso, my Greatgrandfather was killed in that revolution, times changed now drugs r on scene

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  3. Chivi I must say that a lot of retired teachers in Mexico give out “personal loans” .
    Who knows why she was killed .
    Just my 2 cents

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  4. 10:41 peoplle get killed all over the world by accident,
    Their deaths are considered collateral.
    The parade conmemorates the Mexican revolution paid for by the US like the mexican war for independence from Spain to make the american continent "for americans", which some call Monroe Doctrine that says nothing about what part of America is for latinos or negroes...
    November 20 is the anniversary.
    President Porfirio Diaz was a cavalry general and helped president Benito Juarez' general Ignacio Zaragoza beat the crap out of the French napoleonic armies in may 5th 1862 that ended with maximiliano de hapsburg the "mexican emperor" and his mexican traitor generals negrete, miramon, and mejia before the firing squad.
    Porfirio Diaz made a name for himself before proclaiming "poor Mexico, so far fnrom God and so close to the United States", he was all for europeization of mexico, for more than 30 years, and that was his sin...

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