Polica attacks anti Trump protestors in Phoenix

Polica attacks anti Trump protestors in Phoenix

Aug 23, 2017

Repression is not exclusive of Lati American and African dictaors, Donald Trump devlivered a hate and intolerance speech and as demonstrations against him went on, Police attacked the demonstrators with pepper gas a sad day for the USA A day of noisy but largely peaceful protests of President Donald Trump’s speech in Phoenix turned unruly as police fired pepper spray at crowds after someone apparently lobbed rocks and bottles at officers. A cloudy haze enveloped the night sky Tuesday outside the convention center where Trump had just wrapped up his speech as protesters and police clashed. People fled the scene coughing as the disturbance unfolded. “People in the crowd have begun throwing rocks and bottles at police. They also dispersed some gas in the area,” Phoenix police spokesman Jonathan Howard said, adding that officers responded with pepper spray to “disperse the crowd.” Minor scuffles and shouting matches erupted earlier between protesters and Trump’s supporters on Tuesday with authorities on high alert as thousands of people lined up in the triple-digit heat to attend his first political rally since the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Phoenix police kept most members of the two opposing groups behind barricades and apart on separate sides of the street. As a police helicopter hovered overhead, officers wearing riot gear and carrying rifles sauntered through the lane between the sides. Local authorities were vigilant in the aftermath of the deadly protests in Virginia and the president’s comments last week about both sides having blame for violence at the white supremacist rally. Mayor Greg Stanton had unsuccessfully called on the president to not hold the rally here so soon after the trouble in Charlottesville. “Toxic Trump,” read one protest sign held up to the president’s supporters streaming into the Phoenix Convention Center downtown. “Lock Him Up!” read another, a reference to earlier campaign chants by Trump and his backers about his election rival Hillary Clinton. Dillon Scott of Phoenix, who voted for Clinton, said he came out to express dissatisfaction with how long Trump took to denounce racism after the Charlottesville violence. “No one should be allowed to get away with what he gets away with, especially in political office,” Scott said....

Bank robber’s freedom benefit revoked by Judge

Bank robber’s freedom benefit revoked by Judge

Aug 22, 2017

Un Juez revocó el beneficio de libertad en contra un hombre relacionado en un robo con violencia  en un institución bancaria, gracias al trabajo de la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado (PGJE), a través de la Unidad de Investigación de delitos de robos. El 27 de julio de 2012, se dictó en contra de CESÁR RENÉ “N”,  una sentencia condenatoria de 4 años y 8 meses de prisión por el delito de robo con violencia, otorgándole el beneficio de sustitución de la pena de prisión por la de trabajo a favor de la comunidad,que el induiciado no cumplió, lo cual no dejó conforme a autoridades de la PGJE. La Procuraduría promovió una audiencia de revisión de cumplimiento de beneficios, se resolvió revocar el beneficio obtenido en el 2012 ante el incumplimiento de las jornadas de trabajo que le habían sido impuestas, por lo que el Juez ordenó que César Rene compurgar la pena de 4 años y 8 meses en prisión. Los hechos en los que se relaciona, ocurrieron el 28 de marzo del 2011, cuando el sentenciado llegó en compañía de tres personas más a la sucursal bancaria de Banamex, ubicada en bulevar Justo Sierra y avenida de los Cipreses en el fraccionamiento Los Pinos, en donde cometieron un robo con violencia. Testigos del incidente, señalaron que Cesar René fue uno los hombres que utilizando un arma de fuego tipo Uzi, amenazó a los empleados bancarios para obligarlos a entregar el dinero que había en algunas de las cajas, siendo aproximadamente la cantidad de 134 mil pesos. Después de cometer el ilícito, los responsables del robo se dieron a la fuga a bordo de un pick up Ford F 150, color negro con placas de...

Congressman Sergio Tolento brings free eyeglasses to Mexicali Valley residents

Congressman Sergio Tolento brings free eyeglasses to Mexicali Valley residents

Aug 22, 2017

Congressman Sergio Tolento, visited several communities in Mexicali Valley during a two day work tour, it included El Triánguilo (Triangle) Venustiano Carranza, Coahuila City (kilometer 57) and several other communities, to deliver social support  and free eyeglasses, which is one of his main campaigns among the citizens of all Mexicali. Interested in knowing the issues and necessities of the Valley residents, Tolento, visited the so called Colonia Triángulo, along with City Councilmen Alejandro Martinez and Hector Ibarra, to hear and take care of the different problems the communities face, regarding Public Services and, since the back to school season is up, he gave away backpacks and other school supplies for the children of those communities in benefit of several families. In an act in Colonia Carranza, Tolento delivered social support coordinated with the Youth Institute Director, Manuel García Fonseca, with support for small entrepreneurial projects, sports materials, construction materials, health attention help, educational materials and other first necessity items. Tolento continued his tour around the Sixth District, giving social support and the highly popular Free Eyeglasses Brigade in Coahuila City (AKA Kilometer 57) where 160 people received their eyeglasses, and with all these actions Tolento shows his interest in supporting the most vulnerable zones of the Mexicali valley, as well as keep working in coordination with all the Government levels aiming to improve the health and life standards of the residents of the District he...

Baja California: Mexico’s third place in foreign investment in January-June 2017

Baja California: Mexico’s third place in foreign investment in January-June 2017

Aug 22, 2017

The first semester of 2017 shows a net foreign investment of 46.2 million dollars in Baja California, which means third place nationwide, even higher than Nuevo León (a typical Mexican industrial power) as a result of actions taken by the State Administration led by Francisco “Kiko” Vega Lamadrid, according to information issued by the federal Secretary of Economy, which represents a 20.4% increase according to Baja California Economic Development Secretary, Carlo Bonfante Olache, who underlined the fact that the State is first place all over the Northern border (with the USA) and number three in Mexico. The international business climate, human assets, the synergy  between the schools and businesses the productive infrastructure and a pro-business environment have resulted in competitiveness conditions which have fostered the permanence and arrival of investment so the State Government will keep working together with the entrepreneurial organizations, businesses and other Government levels, to impulse action to favor competitiveness  and pay attention on the issues which inhibit the economic development, said Bonfante Olache. Secetary Olache said that trucks and automobile manufacturing investments are 20.4%, natural gas transportation 15.2%, credit intermediaries related services 13.4%, air transportation 5.3%, beverage industry 4.6%, electronic components manufacturing 4%, plastics 3.8%, multiple banking 3.1%. Regarding investment source country, the arrival of foreign investment to Baja California is as follows:  85.2%USA; 4.9% Spain, 2.7% South Korea; Japan 2.6%, Hong Kong 0.9%, France 0.7%, Netherlands 0.5% and Colombia & Belgium...

High-ranking gang member arrested for the sixth time in Baja California

High-ranking gang member arrested for the sixth time in Baja California

Aug 22, 2017

A high-ranking gang member in the structure of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), considered a “high-priority” target by authorities, has been arrested — for the sixth time in 13 years. Armando Miramontes Ordaz, also known as “El Coco,” was detained Thursday in Tijuana with drugs and a firearm in his possession. Miramontes is suspected to be the leader of a criminal organization associated with the CJNG known as Los Erres or R4 and has been active in Baja California since at least 2004. Police said in a statement that Miramontes’ criminal record dates back to that year when he was arrested in Baja California for possession of drugs. The following year he was arrested in Tijuana on drug charges and for stealing a vehicle. In 2006, Miramontes was arrested while in the act of committing a crime with a firearm. An arrest warrant was issued against him early 2007 for carrying an unauthorized gun, being fulfilled the following year. Army personnel arrested him once more in 2010 for criminal association, kidnapping and organized crime. A new arrest warrant against Miramontes was carried out in 2012, but he was absolved of the charge of criminal association two years later....