Civil Unrest breaks out Guadalajara Mexico after police operation

Posted on November 1, 2014 • Filed under: Civil Unrest, Latin America, Mexico

GUADALAJARA, JALISCO (01 / NOV / 2014) .-informador.com.mx reported tTwo policemen injured, four arrested four burning vehicles, looted convenience store, service of Macrobús suspended … and Historical Center in chaos for three hours. It is the balance after a crackdown on piracy is out of control yesterday Guadalajara Police and the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) in the area of ​​Javier Mina and Calzada Independencia.

It was the second day that the authority applied a device on site. However, this time the officers were almost expelled sticks and stones by street, who claimed that the seizures were running without the delivery of documents or records that credited assurance. “They are victims of theft,” reported.

15:00. A fire truck, two cars and a motorcycle were recorded Mobility. The tension was “red hot”. And the police? The authorities soon returned more than two hours while the assailants took place. Read Article

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