State Police Chief Francisco Fernandez was ambushed in a March 6 attack that killed his driver, Jose de la Luz Perez Mayo, and left him seriously wounded but somehow alive after more than 150 shots were fired at him.
State Police Chief Francisco Fernandez was ambushed in a March 6 attack that killed his driver, Jose de la Luz Perez Mayo, and left him seriously wounded but somehow alive after more than 150 shots were fired at him. Photo courtesy of Novedades / MCT
State Police Chief Francisco Fernandez was ambushed in a March 6 attack that killed his driver, Jose de la Luz Perez Mayo, and left him seriously wounded but somehow alive after more than 150 shots were fired at him. Photo courtesy of Novedades / MCT

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