In protest at his return to Los Pinos, burn PRI headquarters in Sonora
The Editors, El Proceso, December 2, 2012
MEXICO, DF (proceso.com.mx). – In protest of the return of PRI to Los Pinos, a group of people, allegedly members of the Movement Anarquista Revolucionario Sanluisino (MARS) set fire to a PRI office in the municipality of San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora.
According a cable of the agency Notimex, which quotes State Police de Investigaciones (PEI), the incident initiated at 03:00 hours of this Sunday in the party headquarters, located on Avenida Kino y calle Fourth.
The property received total damage to the ground floor, according to police.
Police announced that two young men were arrested, allegedly for throwing Molotovs into the building. They are being interrogated by authorities.
The movement has a page on social networks and placed images of its action against the PRI headquarters.
On a page of Facebook of this group appears a message that claims responsibility for the attack:
“Today at dawn we attacked the facilities of municipal committee of the PRI …
We started our fight to that Begin (sic) our freedom “.
PRI offices burn in Sonora
December 3, 2012
Mexico City. – Members of the Sanluisino Revolutionary Anarchist Movement (MARS), were responsible for setting fire to the offices of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in the town of San Luis Rio Colorado, by throwing Molotovs.
In the early hours of Sunday Dec. 2, several persons launched the incendiary devices at the PRI headquarters in the municipality, where total damage was reported on the ground floor of the property.
In their social networking space, this group posted pictures of the attack against the offices of the PRI, and claimed responsibility for the act.
In a statement, the state leadership of the PRI urged the authorities to investigate and solve this case, as it was considered unfortunate that such actions arise.
Two youths were arrested who allegedly participated in the attack, the police did not deny or conform this information.
this report taken from here: http://www.aztecanoticias.com.mx/notas/ … -en-sonora
and translated into english by El Nova Negro