Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Indigenous Community Police of Tixtla, Guerrero liberate Commander Naúm Santos Bartalo

Mon April 8, 2013

Guerrero, Mexico

A contingent of the civilian police of Tixtla gained entry to the capital city of Guerrero, Mexico today aided by 2500 teachers of the state teachers union CETEG.  The military could do nothing to stop them.

Mexico. - Members of the Community Police of Tixtla Township of Guerrero gained entry to Chilpancingo, armed and supported by 2500 teachers of the State Coordinator of Education Workers in Guerrero CETEG.

The statutes of the Regional Coordinator of Community Authorities (CRAC), provides that community policing forces cannot leave their indigenous jurisdiction, so as not to intersect the zone of institutional state police.

The Mexican Army implemented a checkpoint at the highpoint of of the colony of Indeco on the Chilpancingo-Chilapa state road, in order that the armed community police could not enter the state capital.

But 2500 teachers supported the 30 community police who
arrived armed with small caliber rifles, and who remained in the middle of the contingent, and so the military could not stop them.

The contingent then headed to the offices of the Attorney General's Office to protest the arrest of teacher Mario Torres Durán during the blockade of the Highway of del Sol, and demanding his release.

The contingent also then went on to the PGR to liberate the commander of community police, Naúm Santos Bartalo who was arrested last night by the army and state police for carrying a class of firearm reserved exclusively for the armed forces.

Upon reaching the checkpoint, the commander Naúm Santos Bartalo was released and returned to the community of teachers CETEG by the state director of governance, this "exchange" was made in order to persuade the community mobilization from entering Chilpancingo, however this plan did not work as then the teachers union protected the armed elements of Community Police and as they entered the city from right in front of the eyes of the military.

Source: El Universal

El Congreso de Anahuac
Chilpancingo, Guerrero is the where in 1813 the Congreso de Anahuac proclaimed the Independence of the Mexican People from the domination of the Spanish Crown.
"En este acontecimiento Morelos, dio lectura a un documento al que llamó Sentimientos de la Nación, en el que destaca la importancia de los Derechos Humanos y de la Libertad, esta carta se conoce como el primer antecedente de la Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos."

"In this event Morelos, read a document that called Sentiments of the Nation, which highlighted the importance of Human Rights and Freedom. This document is known as the precedent of the Constitution of the United Mexican States. "


Marchan policías comunitarias hacia Chilpancingo; exigen la liberación de comandante 

Autodefensas marchan armados, ingresan con fusiles al centro de Chilpancingo


Autodefensas marchan armados en Chilpancingo


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