Comunicación Comunitaria - COMUN -
Jesus Octavio Pineda left his house in the La Pradera neighborhood at about 7pm supposedly because someone sent for him and a block away from the house he was attacked with gunfire by men who it is thought were riding in a white car. He died of 5 shots to the head.
Jesus Pineda immediately joined the resistance after the coup and participated in almost all the actions in San Pedro Sula and other cities. He was a founder of the National Front of Popular Resistance and a delegate for the province of Cortes in its first National Assembly on January 26, 2011. He participated actively in the LIBRE Party. He was a member of the political current, FRP. He was originally from Colon, he was 55 years old and leaves behind 2 sons and 2 daughters.