The fear of an attack like the one produced on the 25th in algeciras when a sacristan was killed and three other people were injured in a event that is being investigated as a jihadist-inspired terrorist attack and that has prompted the former inspector of Valencia Ricardo Ferris to organize patrols to protect the most important temples in the city from possible aftershocks begins to spread throughout Spain. Ferris has received calls from at least three cities: El Ejido, Almería and Segovia to get to know the initiative in depth and be able to put it into practice, as he himself has confirmed to OKDIARIO.
24 hours ago, OKDIARIO announced that former inspector Ferris had set up groups of people to ensure that there are no aftershocks of attacks like the one in Algeciras to people and Catholic religious temples. Only 24 hours later, the inspector has confirmed to OKDIARIO that these tasks will continue with special attention to both the preferred days of worship and the most important religious manifestations. But without neglecting the rest.
But, in addition, it has also confirmed that it has received calls from at least three towns: El Ejido, Almería and Segovia from individuals interested in the initiative to replicate it in those same municipalities.
Ricardo Ferris, former chief inspector of the Central Police Station in Valencia, was sanctioned after participating in an act in which he allegedly linked immigration and crime, and on Saturday, November 26, reduced an attacker of a Vox tent installed on Malaga street in Valencia. The individual was detained by the Police after hitting the tent and assault two peopleaccording to eye sources, which forced Ferris to intervene and reduce it.
In parallel, sources from the Government Delegation in Valencia maintained that the message that right now there is a «total peace of mind». They maintain that there are no reasons for alarm. Just in case, Ferris and his companions will continue to be attentive and close to the main temples of Valencia.
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