Salvador Guersson Smecke

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Person.png Salvador Guersson Smecke History CommonsRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(soldier, spook?)
Bornc. 1967
NationalityIsraeli
An IDF Colonel? Arrested in connection with the 2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack, then released without charge

IDF Colonel Salvador Guersson Smecke (or Sal Guersson Smecke[1], Salvador Gersson Smike,[2] Salvador Gersson[3] or maybe Salvador Gerson Sunke[4][5]) was involved in the 2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack. He was arrested along with Saar Noam Ben Zvi after pretending to be a press photographer and entering the Mexican parliament, while carrying a 9mm pistol, hand grenades and explosives. According to HistoryCommons, he was a "National Security Advisor" from 1993 to 1997 with no further information given.[2]

Arrest

Salvador was 34 at the time of the attack.[6] After his arrest he was taken to the San Lázaro Security Directorate.[7] He was released without charge. Pravda reported that he was "a retired Colonel of the Israeli Defense Forces and that he may now be operating as a MOSSAD agent.[8]

Release

Salvador Guersson Smeck was released "with the official explanation that he had a legal permit to carry a gun... Mexican Congressional Press Secretary Lic. Adriana Lopez was surprised to hear from La Voz de Aztlan of the release of the two Israelis..." after "the Israeli Embassy used heavy handed measures".[9]


 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document: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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