This is how she cries after being arrested; She hit and took her gun from a policewoman.
A couple of women were arrested in the perimeter of the Gustavo A Madero mayor's office north of Mexico City, they were accused of beating a policewoman and stealing both her radio and her firearm.
The woman who cries in the photograph she is an ex-convict by name Jareth 'N' He noted on his social networks @c4jimenez; the other was identified as Soul 'N'.
After beating and taking away her work instruments from the agent of the Secretariat of Citizen Security of Mexico City, both women were arrested and taken before the agent of the Public Ministry of the Attorney General's Office of Mexico City.
In the agency and handcuffed, the one in the white shirt began to cry.
VIOLENT… and CRYING!
The one in the shrunken shirt is the former prisoner Jareth de la Cruz
The other, Alma López.
They beat a policewoman, stole her gun and radio in @TuAlcaldiaGAM
Agents of @SSC_CDMX They stopped them.
This is how they stood when they arrived at @FiscaliaCDMX
— Carlos Jiménez (@c4jimenez) November 9, 2023
Users reacted like this:
- Hahaha politically correct Carlos "The one with the shrunken shirt" hahaha I know you can't say "The paunchy one"
- The escuincla does look very violent.
- I hope they have recovered the officer's things.
- Before that happens, the agents should shoot them in the feet. Stop
- They told him that there are no garnachas in prison
- ...and free tomorrow
- Timon and Pumbaa
- One crying and the other growling at me. Ha ha ha
- Where are the volunteers who pay bail?
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