September 25, 2012 ·
MEXICO CITY, (proceso.com.mx.) – The governor of Coahuila, Rubén Moreira, revealed that in this state there are 600 thousand people missing because of organized crime.
“We have to be alarmed because drug trafficking invades coal mining; should be outraged by anonymous deaths, more than 70,000 in the country. We need to be outraged by the disappearance of people, more than 600 thousand in our state, indeed, the only one who has had the courage to say, “he said in a story published by the newspaper La Jornada on Tuesday.
The PRI governor referred to the 131 inmates escape the prison of Piedras Negras, which occurred last week and allegedly orchestrated by the cartel “Los Zetas”.
President Felipe Calderon blamed the state government for the leak and assumed that no federal prisons inmate releases have occurred. In response, Ruben Moreira said:
“Was serious the leak? More serious is the drug trafficking phenomenon is much more serious than these people out of there bring combat rifles, grenade launchers and rocket launchers. ”
He stressed that there are “tens of thousands” of people involved in the crime, including “women who feed them, taxi drivers who pressured sell drugs or crime alert. There are so many who do not fall in prisons across the country or even doubling them. “