Following the announcement that Brunette will launch as a candidate for governor of Guerrero Félix Salgado Macedonio, in social networks they revived a video from when, 20 years ago, he starred in a fight while allegedly intoxicated.
It was in 2000 when Salgado, then a deputy of the FART, resisted being detained by the Mexico City police. At that time, the politician attracted attention because he always went to his duties as a legislator on a motorcycle.
According to La Jornada, the events occurred on September 2, 2000. And, although Salgado Macedonio denied that he was under the influence of alcohol, elements of the then Ministry of Public Security affirmed that he was drunk.
Now, after the application of Brunette Despite the licensed senator being investigated for sexual abuse, the video where Salgado tries to attack the policemen. However, it ends up falling to the ground.
In that sense, it was during the program Another roll, by Adal Ramones, who took up images from Noticieros Televisa, showing Salgado.
Salgado assured that they kidnapped him
“They had me kidnapped,” said Salgado Macedonio, still a bit disoriented, hours after his arrest. And the news cameras caught him trying to give another version of what happened, although he could only repeat ‘Why?’
THIS DRUNK IS CANDIDATE TO GOVERN GUERRERO
It is Félix Salgado Macedonio.
When he was mayor of Acapulco, he allowed the Los Beltran Leyva Cartel to enter, control and enjoy the port.
He is singled out for sexual harassment of women.
And so, @PartidoMorenaMx already applied … pic.twitter.com/klWoalzN5C
– Carlos Jiménez (@ c4jimenez) December 31, 2020
Here you can see the video full of when Félix Salgado Macedonio He was caught in a presumed state of drunkenness in September 2000.
With information from La Jornada.
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