martes, 9 de octubre de 2012
Policemen accused over northern Mexico murder
Four municipal policemen are thought to have acted as accomplices in the murder on 3 October of a social worker, the son and nephew of prominent local politicians, prosecutors of the northern state of Coahuila where the crime occurred stated on 8 October. The policemen from the district of Acuña summoned José Eduardo Moreira Rodríguez to a location where he was murdered by three suspected members of a gang or cartel, Proceso cited the Coahuila state prosecutor's office as declaring. One suspected accomplice was identified as Rodolfo Castillo Montes, a deputy-head of the Acuña municipal police force. Castillo Montes and two other policemen were in custody and may face charges relating to the assassination. Authorities were looking for another local policeman suspected as involved.