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Chiapas: Family of José Rolando, murdered through torture, demands justice and cessation of death-threats | SIPAZ Blog

20.11.15

Chiapas: Family of José Rolando, murdered through torture, demands justice and cessation of death-threats | SIPAZ Blog:

On 29 October, the 20-month anniversary of the murder of José Rolando
Pérez de la Cruz by municipal police from Acala (who beat him and
tortured him to death on 1 March 2014), his relatives published a
communique demanding justice, guarantees of non-repetition, and security
guarantees for the family and lawyer in the case, as they have been the
objects of death-threats and harassment.


Beyond this, they expressed gratitude for the support and solidarity
they have received on the national and international levels, as well as
the intervention by the organization Christian Action for the Abolition
of Torture in France (ACAT-France) toward the Chiapas state government.


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