Copala, Guerrero Mexico Mayor Found Dead in Acapulco Hotel Room
Copala is a small town of approx. 14,000. Citizens have had the road blocked between Acapulco and Pinotepa for 9 days and counting. They are protesting over 'supposed' robbed election for the mayor of the town.
Yesterday, the current mayor was found dead in an Acapulco hotel room.
It was reported in local paper that the body showed bruises. His wallet, cell phone and vehicle are missing.
The latest local story is now calling the cause pancreatic hemorrhage, which would explain the missing items....right?
Re: Copala, Guerrero Mexico Mayor Found Dead in Acapulco Hotel Room
A translation of the original story in this morning's newspaper.
He was in a hotel in Icacos
Mayor of Copala found dead
The mayor of Copala, Sadot Bello Garcia, died in the hotel "Casarru" in the port of Acapulco, located on Avenue Comandante Ortiz, of the colony Icacos.
The Ministerial Police report from the sector Costa Azul indicated that about 4 p.m. yesterday, employees of the hotel, gave advise to the corresponding authorities of the death of one person, male, who alerted the police corporations.
At the place the regional director of Acapulco, David Garcia Munoz, the agent of the Municipal Police and experts who were there for more than 6 hours looking for evidence indicating why the mayor had died.
An unofficial source said the mayor had signs of bruises on the right side of his body and neck where there appeared to be bleeding. They didn't find his wallet, cell phone(s) or his vehicle.
Later the authorities gave information that he died from a pancreatic hemmorage, according to the autopsy results.
(Very fast autopsy results, and I wonder if the citizens blocking the road will allow his body to pass back to his community)
His family is disputing the cause of death, they want further investigation --- and they located his car yesterday in Colonia 20 de Noviembre which is quite a distance away from the hotel he was found at in Colonia Icacos, near the main street (Costera Miguel Aleman) of Acapulco.