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    Posted July 4, 2012 by
    Facebook, Can Cun, California
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    Movimiento #YoSoy132

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    Participants of movement YoSoy #132 are threaten by marine officers in Can Cun, Mexico.

    Several students and supporters of YoSoy #132 movement, are “surveilled” by marine officers in Can Cun, this video was uploaded via YouTube and shared by Facebook Group Jovenes con AMLO (youth for AMLO) approximately at midnight of July 4th, and at 12:21 AM had been “liked” by 428 people.
    In the first 50 seconds of the video, some students start getting up, and filming the marine officers with their mobile phones, in the background, a lady’s voice can be heard yelling in fear, “sit down, sit down” the group starts singing a song that is Spanish is named “Himno de la Alegria” and the first verse goes: listen brother of the hymn of joy, the joyful song of the one who awaits the new day…”
    Ten seconds later, within the minute of the video, the singing voices turned to the Mexico National Anthem which starts: Mexicans to the cry of war, the steel blade and bridle to ready, and let the world tremble at the sound roar of the cannon..” at this point most of the manifestants were seated, and the marine officers did not have a motive to exercise force.
    There is a general calling in the social networks Facebook and Twitter exhorting all the manifestants to keep their activities in the most pacific manner to avoid confrontation with the authorities figures, and save lives.
    Enrique Pena Nieto, while being governor of the state Estado de Mexico (EDOMEX as known in Mexico) ordered in 2006,, the massacre of several manisfestants in the village of Atenco, fact that has associated him in the mind of the Mexican population with deceased former president Gustavo Diaz Ordaz who order the murdered of several students in the famous massacre of Tlatelolco in 1968.

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