The message addressed to the Federal Public Ministry reads "you bit the hand that feeds you".
A hanging blanket in Tonalá accused a Federal Public Ministry of receiving resources from organized crime and handing over elements of the Secretariat of the Navy to José Luis Gutiérrez Valencia, alias the "Chelo", consuegra of the leader of the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación (CJNG) , Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes "El Mencho".
"Lic. M.P.F Oscar Cruz Reyes bit the hand that gives you swallow, you sent the navy to" Chelo ", because your truck was stolen," says the blanket.
According to information from Proceso, the message was placed in the Santa Ritam neighborhood in the municipality of Tonalá.
Through its Twitter account the municipal police reported that they will verify "the command and conduction of the MP, in two different points the appearance of tarpaulins with a criminal message".
The blanket refers to "Don Chelo", father of Rubén Oseguera, son of "El Mencho", who was arrested in January 2010 in Puerto Vallarta under the name of Antonio Herrera, when he was still a member of the Sinaloa Cartel.
As the weekly Proceso recalled, Don Chelo left the Puente Grande prison on November 24, where he was detained for bribery and carrying weapons for the exclusive use of the army.
However, this January 3, Don Chelo was killed by elements of the Navy during a confrontation at the ranch La Esperanza, in the surroundings of Tonalá