Teachers in Oaxaca, Mexico, attempted to confront installed president Felipe Calderon yesterday. In the resulting clashes with police, 15 people, including three photographers, were injured.
Calderon was in Oaxaca for the inauguration of a private university for the children of Mexico’s elite.
Calderon lost the election to Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Calderon, however, was the bankster choice, so the election was fixed in his favor (see A Full Recount Would Show that López Obrador Won Mexico’s Presidency by More than One Million Votes).
As the above video reveals, the street battles between the cops and protesters were pitched. The police fired rubber bullets at rock throwing teachers and their supporters. They threatened more protests and roadblocks in response to the police crackdown.