November 2, 2012
On Wednesday afternoon, a group of residents tried to lynch Cualac a rapist in the central square, but the intervention of the state police prevented consummation of the fact.
The alleged rapist called Ventura Oliver Martinez and injured is a child under 12, was arrested after a direct pointing and why people decided to take the base, where they already had the rope ready to hang.
The trustee Alberto Ventura Bello starred with a group of State Police, after several hours of dialogue convinced the neighbors to allow them to channel the person to the Public Ministry of Tlapa.
After accepting, Cualac warned residents who will take a harsh stance against the criminals who are caught in the municipal and communities, whether acting alone or in groups.
Abel Barrera Hernández, director of the Human Rights Center of the Mountain (CDM) said that in the area of La Cañada process registering a civil uprising against crime, both common and organized.
This is because, according to the anthropologist, the attitude of local authorities tend to give up the responsibility to ensure the integrity of the population.
In this process already immersed municipalities as Huamuxtitlán, Xochihuehuetlán, and recently Cualac Olinalá.
Meanwhile, the director of the Center for Human Rights Tlachinollan, Abel Barrera Hernandez said Wednesday that it is happening throughout La Cañada, which includes the municipalities of Huamuxtitlán, Xochihuehuetlán, Olinalá and Cualac, is a serious situation because the people have surpassed the municipal, state and federal levels for its inability to ensure security has been demanding citizenship.
He recalled that in a while organized crime lurks in Tlapa routes to Huamuxtitlán and Xochihuehuetlán as well as those leading to Huamuxtitlán, Cualac, Olinalá Papalutla and Huitzuco “but authorities did not heed the demands of security.”
On Wednesday afternoon, Temalacatzingo residents, community belonging to Olinalá arrested three men and a woman driving a white car with plates 66-54 YHG-state of Veracruz.
The ages of those arrested between 35 and 40 years, were designated threatened a taxi driver and this sounded the alert Temalacatzingo representatives, who at the time of the report were assembled and mobilized immediately.
Being intercepted said they would seek a family, then that Telcel workers were then assumed as inhabitants Ixcamilpa community.
The villagers realized they had broken the Mayan protects antenna chamas Telcel and doors, inside the vehicle found several types of keys and several car batteries.
There is a suspicion that the case of the people involved in the events of Saturday 27 October, so Temalacatzingo residents said they expect the presence of officials of the Attorney General (PGJ), to declare and initiate the legal procedure.
Declare curfew in Olinalá.
leave no weapons, residents say.
On Wednesday, about 700 people in Olinalá, municipality of the region of La Montaña, some armed with shotguns, set up barricades on five hits to the county seat, to prevent the entry of organized crime, in addition to imposing a touch of is between 22:30 and 5 am.
The events took place after the Friday before he was found dead a taxi driver who had been kidnapped, while on Saturday, during the funeral, the residents learned that an armed group had risen to a merchant, prompting widespread discomfort.
Citizens distrust of all visitors, vehicles and request revised identifications for authorizing entry, but despite mistrust prefaced the need to be heard, with the hope that after five days of taking weapons state authorities come to the place.
Residents said they are fed up with insecurity, and forward that will stay with the security control in the city, until it constitutes a Citizens Police, composed of men of the eight districts of the county seat and the 65 communities Olinalá .
Warned not to fall into simulations of state government and lay down their arms until police citizen has legal concept and can act without fear legal.
“Olinalá is under control of the citizens,” said Aguirre after denying civil insurrection against crime.
Governor Angel Aguirre Rivero said Olinalá Township is under control of the citizens.
At a press conference at the offices of Tourism Promoter, the state governor reported that workshops engage with people involved in the events.
Aguirre Rivero said that “in the morning I spoke with the mayor of Olinalá, Eusebio González Rodríguez, the information provided is that the situation is currently under control of the citizens.”
He confirmed that the events leading to unrest among the population occurred during the funeral on Saturday, with the possibility of an organized crime group returned to the town, so locals, enraged, “and after a few drinks” , decided to put some roadblocks.
The governor said that “the mayor has told me in contact with these people, treating them is not persuaded that the way that they do themselves justice.”
He said the general secretary of government, Humberto Salgado Gómez, head the approach with the protesters, that “through dialogue we can hear their proposals.”
He added that the Mexican Army personnel assigned to the 35th Military Zone, based in Tlapa, has expanded its presence in the conflict zone to maintain close coordination with the mayor and dialogue with citizens.
Aguirre’s remarks are given little to deny that the population had armed Olinalá to expel criminals, claiming that the rumors about the case did not correspond exactly to the truth.
Supports commander of the Ninth Military Region Olinalá arm themselves in order to strengthen security.
The commander of the Ninth Military Region in the state of Guerrero, Guillermo Moreno Serrano supported the actions taken by farmers and inhabitants of the town of Olinala, to arm themselves and form a community police to help them to afford each security.
Interviewed in Acapulco Maj. Gen. analyze if the population is organized to help public security forces to ensure the tranquility of the area.
“I want us to be very specific about it and investigate whether they are arming, the information we have is already gathered and organized and want to conduct this type of community policing type organizations, want to take actions that give safety.
“Any process, such as community policing that they intend, if carried out in accordance with the law and procedures I think is a very commendable action, very much correct that society is involved in all shapes all aspects to help all institutions responsible for security, “said the military high command.
He noted that “Operation Safe Guerrero” works despite the various facts of insecurity and violence that have occurred in the state.
Major General, Moreno Serrano, refused to leave in the hands of the public safety but think that we should work together.
“Not that when left to them but it is very important that processes information from these groups to inform us,” he said.