The desecration and looting of the historic Masonic Temple is a disgrace for Oaxaca's Governor

Thursday, 10 January 2013

The desecration and looting of the historic Masonic Temple is a disgrace for Oaxaca's Governor


In an article written by APMR's Secretary-General today, he said that he is disgusted by the lack of action of Oaxaca's Governor. "One of the thieves is no other then the President of the Mexican Protectorate for Human Rights, a man named Jesús Alfredo López García. He, together with his accomplices were arrested by the State prosecution, after which they were released," writes APMR's Sec. Gen.


It is written that the main offenders responsible for for this issue are the State attorney, Arturo Calvo Peimbert, and the Government Legal Advisor, Victor Hugo Alejo Torres. The Grand Master and the President of the National College of Masonic Lawyers wanted to denounce them to Governor Gabino Cué Monteagudo, but he refused listening to them.

"Once arrived at the State Government Palace, the Masonic delegation was not received by the Governor because he refused to see them, to provide explanations and to accept the public complaint. Under these conditions our Brethren have publicly warned the Governor that if he continues to refuse, then representatives of all Masonic Grand Lodges of Mexico will directly address the President, Enrique Peña Nieto to solve this problem."

In the end of his article, APMR's Secretary-General states the following: "The unpleasant event caused consternation within the Mexican Masonic community and the governor is seen by some as the moral partaker of the unresolved robbery and desecration of Oaxaca's Grand Masonic Temple. I can only say that the Oaxaca's historic Masonic Temple, a landmark of Mexico's Masonic history, desecration and looting is a disgrace for Oaxaca's Governor Gabino Cué Monteagudo."



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