Mexico: Further information on fear of torture or ill-treatment/ incommunicado detention
The 138 detainees held at the remote prison in Nayarit state are now known to have been released, either on bail or without charge, or moved back to Oaxaca state prisons, on 20 and 21 December. At least 64 are still in custody. They are in danger of torture or ill-treatment, and at risk of unfair trial. Felipe Sanchez Rodriguez, one of the 64 detainees who works with a community education project in Oaxaca, is still detained at the Tlacolula prison, and at risk of unfair trial.
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