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    Thanks Charles, Cheryl. I know a lot about this brawl topic because it happened very close to where I live, but I can see how someone far away can quickly get stuff mixed up. You won’t notice from a quick web check that PRD is no longer a left party, that “El Universal” is an unreliable source (fake news agency) or that the incident you quoted happened on December 15th, which is related to but not the same incident that happened in January 3.

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      This looks to be all cleared up now.

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        Actually, I was thinking that, by tweaking the title, you changed the meaning. A brawl is an spontaneous fight while sabotage involves premeditation. And that’s what they are accused of: to sabotage their rivals.

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        Indeed. Thanks.

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    Hi Miguel, thanks for this – have edited. I toned down the language, removed the Machievelli reference as it wasn’t relevant and delayed getting to the actual report of what happened. I added extra context and some more reporting around the incident.
    I also deleted the photos as they were not sourced and I found they didn’t seem to be creative commons photos. If you can find photos that could illustrate the story then please add in. More information here https://www.wikitribune.com/project/wikiproject-images/
    cheers

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