La Contina 25: A 50-second attack that kills 50 people in Morelia

Six people were killed and two others were injured in a brutal attack on the door of a liquor store in Morelia, Michigan, early Monday morning. Security images reveal an attack in which within a minute, three armed men opened fire on a man outside La Contina 25. Officials point to the possibility of settling the accounts. Between organized crime groups.

Everything happens in 50 seconds: on Enrique Ramres Avenue, near the Los Amaricas Shopping Plaza, about 20 people are located at the entrance to the campus at 3.30am. A white van approached and two men armed with guns came out and started firing at the youth. Both have their faces covered. The group dispersed and some victims tried to flee. Many have fallen to the ground due to very close live shots.

After a few seconds, the van disappears and two vehicles in black and white arrive. The third man from one of them runs away empty-handed, finishing many already lying on the ground. All three attackers fled in cars. None of them have yet been identified, according to the State Attorney’s Office. Three of the victims died at the scene and three died at the hospital.

Morelia’s defense commissioner, Alejandro Gonzalez Gucci, told local media that the current line of investigation was likely to determine the scores between organized crime groups. A municipal official said some of the victims had more than 20 gunshot wounds and three of them received a “coup d’etat.”

Gonzalez admitted that the Morelia police were near the scene of the attack, but they could not intervene. “The fact that they’re going to fire can’t have the potential of 50 bombs,” he pointed out. “The Metropolitan Police acted very quickly and even provided first aid. Two vehicles were found and secured.” The commissioner noted that the case violates the capabilities of the city council of the capital Should be addressed at the state or federal level.

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