70 Armed Men Storm State Police Headquarters, Taking 6 Prisoners

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70 Armed Men Storm State Police Headquarters, Taking 6 Prisoners

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That's funny and that's what opposition parties should do expose this.They couldn't prove it but its a start;the corruption is slowly being exposed to Mexicos shame or do they have no shame.Corruption could have bought them some witness's but then PAN wouldn't want to get exposed.
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@ThinkTank.  It seems that in your rush to post as many stories and comments as possible you overlooked at least one of the basic 5 questions a writer must answer in presenting a story.

WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, AND WHY?

These are five questions kids learn in grade school or when first learning a language.  These 5 questions are fairly famous.  They have been repeated by Cicero, Thomas Acquinas, and Rudyard Kipling.  (see "Consultants Mind" at link below).

You did a good translation of the story, but the story left out "Where".  But if you had looked at the by-line of the story and given credit to the author, you would have seen that the incident occurred in SLP (San Luis Potosi).

Your comment following the story that attempted to "give some reference to who the six men were and what they were doing" only confused things because the incident your comment referred to happened in La Paz, Baja California Sur and considering the distance between there and SLP it would seem impossible that the six men mentioned in the original story could have been involved.

http://consultantsmind.com/2013/03/07/7-key-questions-who-what-why-when-where-how-how-much/
Words are powerful weapons, be careful how you use them.