posted on May, 23 2004 @ 08:05 PM
Bombs placed infront of three banks in the Mexican town of Jiutepec explode, causing significant damage to the buildings but no injuries or
fatalities. The bombs were placed by a group calling itself the Comando Jaramillista Morelense 23 de Mayo outside of the Banamex, BBVA-Bancomer and
Santander Serfin banks. Explosives left outside a HSBC bank did not go off. The group opposes President Vicente Fox and his "neoliberal
Bombs Damage Three Banks in Mexican Town; No Injuries
The explosions occurred around midnight on Saturday in an industrial area of Jiutepec, a town near Cuernavaca about 35 miles from Mexico City. The
blasts shattered the front windows of the banks, tossed furniture and ripped out ceiling tiles.
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