Mexico: Write for rights 2010: Act now for Father Alejandro Solalinde Guerra
Father Alejandro Solalinde Guerra is a Catholic priest who has dedicated his life to providing a place of safety for migrants, away from the criminal gangs who exploit and abuse them. Because of his work, Father Solalinde has been continuously threatened and intimidated by local gangs and officials. His life is at risk. Amnesty International is urging the Mexican government to provide Father Solalinde and his team with effective protection, in accordance with their wishes to enable them to carry out their human rights work without fear of reprisal.
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