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Gov. Miguel Márquez ordered to investigate a triple homicide in SMA

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State Governor Miguel Márquez said that the State Attorney General (PGJE) Carlos Zamarripa has sent concrete information about the events that occurred in San Miguel de Allende, where a criminal group kidnapped four people, three of whom lost their lives allegedly in a car accident, among them two municipal employees.

“The prosecutor has already sent them the information, he has very specific data; I, as executive of the state, gave very clear instructions to announce the investigation results,” said the governor.

Through Milenio-Telediario it was revealed that sources close to the investigation reported that the events that took place on Monday April 23rd, involved a criminal group.


(Photo: expedia.com)

(Photo: expedia.com)

The president of the Business Coordinating Council (Consejo Coordinador Empresarial) José Arturo Sánchez Castellanos said that the security of a city like San Miguel de Allende should not be left alone in the hands of the municipal police but it should be part of an integral strategy or a Single Command.

“San Miguel has become an iconic city that boasts a very large foreign population, it is a window of Mexico to the rest of the world; the security scheme must be rethought and cannot be left in the hands  of the municipal police, the state police needs to have a stronger presence, along with the Mexican Army, in order to structure a Single Law Enforcement Command, we cannot allow this kind of terrible events to take place in San Miguel de Allende.”

On the other hand, the president of the Chamber of Industry and Transformation (Canacintra) León Roberto González said that in matters of security, prevention must be increased. “San Miguel de Allende is an excellent tourism pole, we cannot afford to project a bad image abroad, there should be intelligence and security.”

Source: milenio.com

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