2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack

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2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack(deep event)  History CommonsRdf-icon.png
Mexican Congress.gif
Date 2001/10/15
Location Mexican Legislative Assembly,  Mexico
Deaths 0
Injured (non-fatal) 0
Exposed by Ernesto Cienfuegos
Description Two Israelis caught with grenades and guns in the Mexican parliament a month after 9-11. Later released without charge.

Official narrative

What attack? Where? By Wikipedia's criteria (i.e. reporting in the commercially-controlled media), the event is not noteworthy, since it was not picked up by the US commercially-controlled media. Maybe it didn't even happen? Could the Mexican Government have been incorrect in its posting of a story about Israelis with weapons in the Legislative Assembly?


This incident was the top story on Mexican TV the day it happened, but disappeared after only a couple of days. The primary source of this report website of the Attorney General of Mexico is pgr.gob.mx. The Internet Archive, as of July 2015, had an archived a page (Boletín #697/01) of this site from 23 November 2001:

Procuraduria General de la Republica de Mexico

México, D.F., a 12 de octubre de 2001
Boletín No. 697/01


Respecto a la situación de los 2 sujetos detenidos el pasado miércoles en las inmediaciones del Palacio Legislativo de San Lázaro, la Procuraduría General de la República informa que el ciudadano israelí Saer Ben-Zvi o Saar Noam Ben Zvi fue puesto a disposición del Juzgado Primero de Distrito “A” de Procesos Penales Federales en el Distrito Federal, en tanto que al mexicano Salvador Gersson Smeck se le dictó auto de libertad con las reservas de la ley, debido a que no se encontraron elementos para su consignación.

En virtud de que cuando fue detenido Gersson Smeck portaba un arma calibre 9 milímetros, quedó en libertad con reservas de la ley y se dio vista a la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional en relación al permiso de portación de arma de fuego con que cuenta.

El israelí Ben Zvi fue internado en el Reclusorio Varonil Norte, pendiente de que se le resuelva su situación jurídica, como probable responsable de la comisión de delitos de violación de la Ley General de Población, previstos y sancionados por los artículos 123 y 143 de la Ley General de Población, todos en concordancia con el 6º. Y 7º., fracción 1º, 8º. 9º y 13º, Fracción II del Código Penal Federal, con lo que se da inicio al proceso penal correspondiente.[1]


The Western corporate media chose not to report this story, but Pravda published the following story on October 13, 2001:

“Los Angeles, Alta California - October 12, 2001 - (ACN) We were alerted this morning by a subscriber from Mexico that two Israelis were arrested Wednesday inside the Palacio Legislativo de San Lбzaro (Mexican Congress) in Mexico City. Both were armed with 9 mm automatics and one was carrying a military hand grenade, electrical wiring and other bomb related materials. The Israeli Embassy at Sierra Madre 2155, colonia Lomas de Chapultepec has close its doors to the Mexican Press and are refusing to talk. The incident has been independently verified by La Voz de Aztlan through Mexican diplomatic, press and other sources in Mexico City.

The Chief of Legislative Security, Salvador Alarcуn, has also confirmed the arrest of the two Israeli terrorists. One of them Saur Ben Zvi is a confirmed citizen of Israel and the other, Salvador Guersson, recently immigrated to Mexico from Israel. It is has been determined by the Procuradurнa General de la Repъblica (Mexican Department of Justice) that Guersson is a retired Colonel of the Israeli Defense Forces and that he may now be operating as a MOSSAD agent. It is not known how they were able to penetrate the extensive security system of the Mexican Legislative Palace.

This is a very grave incident with many serious international implications. Many have questioned who may be really behind many of the recent terrorist acts around the world including the ones against the WTC and the Pentagon. The Mexican public and congress has been reticent about declaring war against Islam along with the U.S. It is possible that an act of "terrorism" against the Mexican Congress was planned in order to "terrorize" Mexico into towing the line against Islam. La Voz de Aztlan will be on top of this developing story to report any additional developments.”

 (13 October 2001)  - [2]


The attack was one month after 9-11 and 2 weeks after the car bombing of a legislative assembly in India. It occurred 2 months before a shooting attack on the Indian Parliament.


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Zionist Terrorists Released by Mexican Attorney Generalarticle15 October 2001Ernesto CienfuegosA rare English language article on the penetration of the Mexican Assembly building by two heavily armed Israeli and Zionist gunmen - and their release without charge or apparent investigation just two days later.


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