Mexico Firing: Indiscriminate Firing in Mexico City Hall, 18 people including Mayor died

Publish Date: 06 Oct, 2022 |
 

Incidents of firing have now spread out of America to its neighboring countries. After Canada, now firing started in Mexico too. Mass shooting at Mexican City Hall in Mexico on Thursday. an event was going on at the Mexican City Hall, during which an unidentified man entered the hall and opened fire indiscriminately. 18 people died in this firing incident. It is being told that apart from the mayor, his father, former mayor, and police officers were also killed. At the same time, after the incident, an atmosphere of tension has arisen in the entire area.

Police started investigation

After the attack, the police retaliated, but the gunmen managed to escape. After this, the accused are being searched for the blockade in the entire city, although till now not a single arrest has been made. The police are treating it as a well-planned conspiracy. The criminal group Los Tequeleros claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attack in a video shared on social media, although there was no immediate confirmation from local authorities.

Mayor Conrado Mendoza Almeida's party, the PRD, condemned his killing and demanded justice. In a statement soon after the attack, the PRD said the party condemned the attack, demanded justice and sought freedom from violence and crime.

Pictures surfaced on internet

In the pictures that surfaced, a picture has come to the fore in which bullet marks are seen on a wall. At least 30-35 marks are visible. At the same time, another picture shows the accused person who has been caught by the police. The official statement has not come out in this entire matter yet. However, an organization has claimed responsibility for the incident.

 

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