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Olivier Acuña case: The Mexican State refuses to negotiate a friendly settlement
In the field of journalist’s human rights, Mexico’s government keeps on stumbling over the same obstacles to impart justice efficiently and properly
Ayotzinapa: Former high-ranking officials are wanted for allegedly torturing suspects
Tomás Zerón and Carlos Gómez Arrieta are allegedly wanted by the Interpol
The Mexican government ignores torture
Although human rights and justice are a priority for the government, torture is still a widespread phenomenon
Mexico’s president calls for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s release
Last year, a U.N. human rights investigator said Assange has suffered psychological torture from a defamation campaign and should not be extradited to the U.S.
Three more suspects absolved in Ayotzinapa case
judge Samuel Ventura Ramos absolved Oziel Benítez, Carlos Canto Salgado, and Raúl Javier Crespo from their charges on organized crime and kidnap arguing violations to their human rights
Authorities perpetrated 158 irregularities in the Ayotzinapa case
Several suspects have been released after their human rights were violated
Ayotzinapa: Tomás Zerón allegedly tortured the detainees
According to witnesses, the former official tortured the detainees
Mexico to investigate officials who released suspect involved in Ayotzinapa case
On Saturday, Gildardo “El Gil” López Astudillo, leader of the Guerreros Unidos cartel was released from prison after a judge found that the government had tortured him to obtain evidence
Families are also direct victims of torture: the case of Mexican journalist Olivier Acuña
Acuña Barba, a journalist since 1984, was arbitrarily detained and tortured by police officers in 2006 in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, where he spent two years in prison for a crime he did not commit
Ayotzinapa: Video shows federal authorities torturing suspect
The video proves the allegations made by the United Nations