Local November 16, 2011 | 8:28 am

Police call group attacked senator’s office “terrorists”

Santo Domingo.- Police spokesman Maximum Báez called the group “Popular Resistance Duartiana” a criminal and terrorist organization, after it took credit for spraying with bullets and firebombing the office of Duarte province (central) senator Amílcar Romero early Friday.

He said the group issued a statement on the incident, and that an investigation is underway. “We’re going to work and widen the investigation until all members of that organization are in jail.”

Unidentified gunmen some with assault rifles fired on the offices of the legislator in the city of San Francisco de Macorix early Friday, and dropped an incendiary device into to a truck parked in front.

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