In Ayuhaultempa, Montana region, Guerrero state, Mexico, hundreds of Nahua indigenous people demonstrated against drug-related crime and police corruption. The CRAC-PF (Coordinadora Regional de Autoridades Comunitarias Pueblos Fundadores) is a community police force. It is in conflict with the paramilitary group "Los Ardillos" , led by the family of local MP Bernardo Ortega Jiménez.

The community police formed because of state terror and extremely high drug-related crime. The violence that is an expression of the crisis of the decaying Mexican state. The Mexican state has frequently tried to break up the organisation - through murder, arrests, torture, or, as in 2013, by bribing the municipal president, Elisio Villar, by the governor Angel Aguirre Rivero. The organisation split, despite which in 2020 210 indigenous, mestizo and Afro-Mexican communities in the regions of Montaña, Costa Chica, Acapulco and Centro belonged to the CRAC-PF. 2,400 CRAC- PF "police officers" are active in protecting 360,000 inhabitants. Even though the CRAC-PF is not organised under the Communists of Mexico, this clearly shows the willingness and necessity of the masses to take up arms.