La Jornada: Why did you join that group? "I am poor, and I needed money to support my family. But I didn't expect to kill a person. I didn't even want to assassinate anyone."
La Jornada: What did they offer you to join the Templars? "They offered me money (12,000 pesos [USD $902] per month), but they are liars, they don't have money, and they don't pay what they say. They are poor."
Reminds me of a scene from VIVA ZAPATA. The peasants fight and win the revolu-u-shun.
The politicians disarm the peasants.
Then the Army attacks them.
That scene plays out in other movies also.
Let’s see here. The government taking the side of the criminals and disarming the citizens. Must be Democrats.
It’s a shame they have stolen the name of a worthy brotherhood.