By: Isaín Mandujano
Today, a control judge of the El Amate Prison issued the binding to criminal proceedings of the 17 teachers college students (normalistas) and 2 displaced indigenous people, but granted them the precautionary measure of facing their proceedings at liberty and prohibited them from repeating their political activism while they continue in those proceedings.
The State Judicial Power reported this morning that giving continuity to Due Process, and at the request of the Defense before the evidence of the State’s Attorney General, a judge decided a change of the Precautionary Measure for the 17 Mactumactzá Rural Teachers College students (normalistas) and 2 people displaced from the Ejido Puebla, in Chenalhó, setting for them a periodic sign-in and the restriction of activism in public spaces.
The 17 teachers college students and two people displaced from the Ejido Puebla, in Chenalhó, will face charges for the crimes of Robbery…
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