CJNG offer reward for the heads of police of Temixco
The criminal organization Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) blamed Jesus Alberto Capella Ibarra, head of the State Public Security Commission (CES) of the Mexican state of Morelos, for a massacre in the municipality of Temixco, in which four women died, a teenager and a baby on November 30th.
In a banner or blanket that was hung from one of the bridges of the Autopista del Sol, which joins the states of Morelos and Guerrero, the CJNG offered a reward of 100,000 pesos (5,000 dollars) for "the head of each Morelos police or Single Command ", reported the magazine Proceso.
On the canvas we read, in red letters, the name of Capella Ibarra and also of the police chiefs Jose Abdiel Martínez Leana, Pedro Gómez Valeriano, Fernando Medina Bahena and Arturo López Borja, among others.
Given these facts, a federal deputy of the PRI, Matias Nazario Morales, and the independent senator Fidel Demédicis Hidalgo, formally requested - separately - the intervention of the Attorney General's Office (PGR) in the so-called Temixco case.
After the threat, the State Security Commission reinforced the defense of Capella Ibarra, as well as the police officers who participated in the police operation in Temixco, the Debate portal reported.
On November 30, troops of the Morelos Mando Unico broke into various homes and made arrests. According to several versions, in one of them there was a shootout with the balance of four women, one adolescent and one baby dead, in addition to other minors who were injured.
So far, the causes of the killing have not been clarified. According to the official version, the deaths occurred by crossfire.