It may have taken a little over three months for savage animals in the Mexican drug cartels to get rid of the Chief of Police for the battle-torn Mexican towns of Práxedis Guadalupe Guerrero and El Porvenir, Marisol Valles Garcia.
A relative reported that she and two relatives – likely her husband and infant son – had fled to America after receiving received death threats.
Praxedis G. Guerrero town secretary Andres Morales, however, said that this report had not been confirmed and was merely rumor. Morales claimed that Garcia had requested some time off to attend to personal matters concerning the health of her infant son, and that she was expected back to work soon.
With conflicting reports, both of dubious origin, I find it impossible to guess whether or not Marisol Valles Garcia and her family have fled to America. I hope so though since what the cartel vermin would do to her and her infant son doesn’t bear dwelling upon.
Some will say that her fleeing Mexico was an act of cowardice. I disagree. When a person takes over a police force of 13 agents – 9 of which are unarmed women – 1 working patrol car, 3 automatic rifles and a single pistol, it cannot be rightly called cowardice to not go up against either the Sinaloa and Juarez cartels or to flee the area when presented by them with an untenable offer.