El Salvador’s lawyer basic is looking for pressing measures to guard off-obligation police, after two extra officers have been killed by suspected gang members.
Chief prosecutor Douglas Melendez stated Monday “it isn’t potential that in the present day they’re killing police and the Salvadoran authorities isn’t taking robust and concrete measures.” He urged the federal government to offer extra funding for protecting measures.
Suspected gang members killed an off-obligation officer at his house within the rural township of Sensuntepeque on Sunday. On Monday one other officer was shot lifeless as he left house.
Road gangs like Barrio 18 and the Mara Salvatrucha are attacking police in response to a authorities crackdown. This yr 4 police have been killed on obligation and 18 have been slain off obligation. 9 off-obligation troopers have been killed.