The police investigate the crime. They want toknow who murdered a man and threw him into the street from a car. It happenedon September 13, at the Cooperativa Primero de Mayo, in the South Guasmo.
That day, police officers found the victim with12 shots and had burns on his feet. The suspects fled. The first investigationsof the National Direction of Crimes Against Life and Violent Deaths (Dinased)show results: the crime was perpetrated by a dispute to dominate territory andsell drugs in Guayaquil.
In 11 months of this year, 14 similar crimeshave been detected. César Peña Morán, prosecutor of Penal Guarantees, knowsthat in the south of the city the bands of El Gorras and Krusty operate. Bothorganizations have young people who are distributed in the Guasmo, in thesector of 7 Lakes, in the Island Trinitaria, in Los Esteros and in the Suburb.
Researchers have detected 27 sectors of theBuenos Aires metropolis that are affected by drug use. Criminal organizationsoperate with personnel who guard the alleys and corners of the neighborhoods.They are responsible for verifying that there are no strangers who come tooffer the doses of drugs.
The Police has intensified the operations. Buton Monday, two more people were killed in the south of Guayaquil. The firstviolent attack was recorded outside a shopping center. Julio Navarro, zonalchief of the Dinased, said that a person got out of a vehicle without licenseplates, intercepted the now deceased and shot him five times.
The second case on Monday was reported in theGuangala citadel, also in the south. A man played cards in the corner of hishouse when he was killed by two armed men. The victim was taken to a welfarehome where only his death was proven. Navarro said that the deceased had in hispocket pants with doses of drugs.
The Disaned investigates. The same happens witha crime perpetrated in August. A police officer in active service died when hereceived two bullet wounds in the thorax. The crime occurred in the CentralGuasmo, when the uniformed arrived at his house. 45 days earlier, his brotherwas also shot down a few blocks from the site.
An undercover agent explained that both eventswere allegedly perpetrated by the El Gorras gang. Prosecutor Peña warns thatthis organization is the largest operating in Guayaquil. According to him, themicro-dealers of this criminal group sell in homes, in small businesses, incorners and in alleys. (I)