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Revenge by charging the arrests ZETAS Claudia Gonzalez Lopez

February 19th 2012   ·   0 Comments

Saltillo. – After the capture of federal and state control by the PGR, yesterday afternoon, an armed group attacked and killed Jorge Bazaldua, “The Glove Face,” confident people Tobias Sergio Salas, one of the officials arrested, allegedly for his links with drug trafficking.

In another violent incident, at 13:40 hours, a group of armed men entered a warehouse and set fire ixtle, Colonia Centenario. Three missing persons and material damage was the outcome of the attack.

VANGUARD published yesterday that Claudia Gonzalez Lopez, extitular of sub-delegation of the Attorney General’s office in Saltillo, was captured on Wednesday for allegedly providing protection to the criminal organization “Los Zetas” in the state.

Gonzalez Lopez is being investigated on charges of organized crime, told the Mexico City Attorney General of the Republic, Marisela Morales, who said that in this case there are more people involved, but eventually the head of the Office of Special Investigations Organized Crime (OFDI), Cuitlahuac Salinas, will unveil the details of the investigation.

Morales said that this action is shown that within the federal institution are giving combat against all forms of corruption at all levels of dependency.

The official said that because of the sensitivity of the case of the PGR exsubdelegada, there was a “process not stopped,” until that person was taken before a judge in a criminal Coahuila.

“It is in jail, where he should be,” he said.

At the time of his arrest, Claudia Gonzalez served as Assistant Attorney General in the sub-delegation of the PGR in Saltillo.
Gonzalez was sub-delegated to the corporation a year and half or so, but was dismissed on November 14, 2011 and instead was appointed Osvaldo Ramirez Zavala.

In different operating were also arrested the commander of the EGF, Tobias Sergio Salas, and Operational Police officer, Julio Cesar Ruiz Esquivel.

Unofficially, it was also reported that the deputy Osvaldo Ramirez was arrested and two officers of the Police Operational Coahuila version has not been confirmed.

Since 2009 Tobias Salas was the commander of the Special Investigations Group, in charge of giving custody to Domingo Gonzalez and Jesus Favela Torres Charles, head of the Office and extitular respectively.

He was arrested on February 15 afternoon outside the Government Center, located on Founders Boulevard, where he was about to receive recognition for his work as head of the institution, hours later captured another involved.

Shooting south of Saltillo

Bazaldua Jorge, who was 13 years in the Attorney General, was stopped at 19:52 pm yesterday, according to reports from the prosecution itself, at the intersection of Luis Echeverria Alvarez and Peripheral Extension Urdinola, triggered by a command 67 shots against his vehicle, impactándose two in his head.

The victim was traveling in a white BMW 760i with license plates from Coahuila VSF-5381, accompanied by a person, apparently official Tactical Weapons Specialist Group (GATE), who was seriously injured.

Bazaldua, who was studying law at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico, is a graduate of the Fourth Generation (1998) of the Ministerial Police.

It was learned that the place two civilians were also wounded after the attack, the place came the Army, the DPP and the Police Creditable who resguardaron the area.

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