Anne Bradstreet 9 p.m., April 16
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Border News Translations: Exercise Challenge; Protest March; Prisoners Escape
JUAREZ CHIH (Frontnet, Juan Carlos Carreón, 5/28/11) - More than 500,000 Juárenses gathered to exercise in the City of Juárez, said the town sports director. The data will be compared in a challenge of physical activity against Caracas, which had about 505,000 people. Sergio Vázquez Gutierrez stated that it would be the end of the week when Caracas submits its official number. Until then when you won’t know who the winner is. He said that the date and time when the figures will be released would be announced in Venezuela first. Therefore, it is not fair when you will find out if Ciudad Juarez beat Caracas in the challenge.
JUAREZ CHIH (Frontnet, Juan Carlos Carreón, 5/28/11) - A group of people was asking for the support of the Mayor as they discussed two of those arrested for the murder of a police commander are innocent. They called for the release of two young men accused of killing protesters. Young people were arrested and accused of murdering a police commander in Oasis Revolución. With banners, they demanded the Mayor help them so that young Miguel Estrada and Adrian Ramirez would be released. For his part, Héctor "Teto" Murguía told them that they would have to go to Zona Fiscal Norte. Jorge González said this is something that he could do for the arrested boys. The demonstrators stayed for several more minutes while Teto greeted residents gathered at High School Técnica 86 for a public hearing.
REYNOSA TAM (Expresionenred, 5/27/11) – The former warden of the prison in this city, Inocencio Almazán Monroy, was formally charged by the Federal Public Ministry, with criminal acts along with 11 other officials for their involvement in the escape of 17 defendants in recent days. Inocencio Almazán Monroy, of UNPD prison is charged with the offense of helping prisoners escape with an aggravating circumstance of bribery, according to official information from the Attorney General of the Republic. Twelve of the 17 escaped convicts were under criminal proceedings for federal crimes and the other five for common law offenses. Together they escaped from the prison through a city tunnel.