Antonio Cerezo was born in March 23rd, 1977 in México City. He was 24 years old when he was illegaly arrested. At that time, he studied at the faculty degree of Philosophy in the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM.
Antonio Cerezo Contreras [en]
1ro de diciembre de 2005, por Comité Cerezo México
Brothers Cerezo Contreras
25 de junio de 2005, por Comité Cerezo México
Info about four of the political prisoners in Mexico: Torture is still an unpunished crime
index: the case Sergio Garcia and Pablo, the other prisoners Digna Ochoa: The crime how can I help? internet groups of support What happens? On august 13th 2001, at five o’clock in the morning, efectives of the General Procuradury of the Republic (PGR), the Army, Judicial Police and from the National Security, as well as some other unidentified masked guys entered violently at the adress (...)
Student freed from jail
3 de marzo de 2005, por Comité Cerezo México
A Mexican college student is being freed after serving three years in prison on weapons charges, a partial victory for his supporters who say police tortured and framed him and his two brothers.
New Questions on Lynching
de diciembre de 2004, por Comité Cerezo México
December 2 Judge Isabel Cristina Porras of Mexico City’s 17th criminal district formally charged 29 people in the lynching deaths of two Federal Preventive Police (PFP) agents on the evening of November 23 and in the attempted murder of a third agent, who was severely beaten. She said that there would be more arrests in the killings, which took place in the village of San Juan Ixtayopan in the Tláhuac delegación (borough) of the Federal District (DF), a rural area about 40 miles south of downtown Mexico City. (EFE 12/2/04; El Diario-La Prensa (NY) 12/4/04 from AFP)
Mexican human rights finds support in Montreal
12 de noviembre de 2002, por Comité Cerezo México
Thirty people took to the streets on Nov. 7 at 12 p.m. to rally for indigenous rights in Mexico. The protest was organized by Convergence des Luttes Anti-Capitalistes and supported by Students Taking Action in Chiapas, in solidarity with similar actions in Mexico. Protesters aimed to educate the public about Mexican human rights violations and to demand the release of over three hundred political prisoners currently being detained in Mexico.
«Actions like this, even though they may seem (...)
Inmediatly Freedom for Cerezo Contreras Brothers
de de 2002, por Comité Cerezo México
We ask to Presidente Vicente Fox, to Secretario de Gobernación Santiago Creel and to Presidente de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación, their interventión to get freedom of Cerezo Brothers and Pablo Alvarado, in jail since august 2001 en the High Security Prison La Palma, Almoloya de Juárez, Participed on their detentión the Federal Army in a inconstitucional way and they were tortured.
During the trial, was murder their lawyer, Digna Ochoa y Plácido.