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Bolivia: Further information on fear of torture / health concern: David Herrera, Vicente Vigabriel, Cancio Nina Ramirez, Marcial Alavi, Osvaldo Mamani, Nemesio Montano, Estanislao Chile, Francisco Vallejo, Guillermo Fuentes Gutierrez

, N° d'index: AMR 18/013/1995

According to information received by Amnesty International, David Herrera, Estanislao Chile and Francisco Vallejo are now being held at the public jail in Oruro and have access to their relatives and lawyer. All others have been released, although the releases of Marcial Alavi, Cancio Nina and Vicente Vigabriel are provisional.

EXTERNAL AI Index: AMR 18/13/95
5 December 1995
Further information on UA 227/95 (AMR 18/07/95, 28 september 1995) and
follow-ups (AMR 18/09/95, 2 October and AMR 18/10/95, 4 October) - Fear of
torture / Health Concern
BOLIVIADavid HERRERA
Vicente VIGABRIEL
Cancio NINA RAMIREZ
Marcial ALAVI
Osvaldo MAMANI
Nemesio MONTANO
Estanislao CHILE
Franciso VALLEJO
Guillermo FUENTES GUTIERREZ
According to information received by Amnesty International, David Herrera,
Estanislao Chile and Francisco Vallejo are now being held at the public jail
(cárcel pública) in Oruro. They have been charged under Law 1.008 (Ley del
Régimen de la Coca y Substancias Controladas, Coca and Controlled Substances
Law). They now have access to their relatives and lawyer.
All others have been recently released. The releases of Marcial Alavi, Cancio
Nina and Vicente Vigabriel are provisional and they have to report regularly
to the police headquarters in Villa Tunari until a decision on their legal
situation is made.
No further action by the UA Network is requested. Thank you to all who sent
appeals.

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