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Secuestros virtuales en Veracruz

La nueva modalidad de secuestro en el estado consiste en encerrar a las víctimas en hoteles, sin vigilancia, mientras los  secuestradores extorsionan a los familiares, alertó el Comandante de la VI Región Militar, René Carlos Aguilar Páez.

“Los interceptan, les ordenan que se vayan a un hotel y que permanezcan ahí sin hablar con nadie, mientras los secuestradores, sin estar ahí cuidando a los secuestrados, empiezan a hacer las negociaciones y sacar dinero”, dijo.

Puntualizó que, aunque no están con sus víctimas, mantienen una vigilancia a distancia, por lo que al llegar los efectivos militares a rescatar al secuestrado, no pueden realizar detenciones de victimarios.

Aguilar Páez recordó que hace tres meses lograron rescatar a un menor de 11 años de edad, a quien los secuestradores dieron 700 pesos para que se hospedara en un hotel, mientras solicitaban cierta cantidad de dinero a sus familiares para dejarlo en libertad.

En este sentido, el mando militar recomendó a las víctimas de esta modalidad de secuestro, que a pesar de haber sido intimidados y de estar encerrados en alguna habitación, deben hablar con sus familiares para comunicarles su situación. / Agencias.

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    11/02/2012 a las 5:00 am

    Reminder A comprehensive forum on Alabama’s immigration law is being hosted by Samford and UAB, Thursday/Friday: February 9-10
    Tonight at 7 Alys Stephens Center, on the UAB campus, (10th Ave So and 14th St.
    Evening Presentation and Reception 7:00 – 9:00 – How Democracy Works Now – Special screening and conversation with filmmakers Shari Robertson and Michael Camerini, introduced by Mary Giovagnoli

    Immigration Forum Friday at Samford, in the Brock Forum.
    Presenters come from a wide variety of legal, economic, political, activist, artistic, and academic backgrounds. and include film-makers who are crafting an HBO documentary on the law and others like it. The forum will finish with a presentation by Lawrence Downes, from the New York Times’ editorial board.

    The forum is sponsored by BACHE, and co-hosted by Samford and UAB. For details of the full day of events on both Thursday and Friday, see the forum website: https://www.uab.edu/bache/immigration-forum/schedule

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    Almodóvar fans: Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown/Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios

    Friday evening – 6-9pm – Viernes
    Birmingham International Center
    1728 5th Ave. N., Birmingham, AL 35203
    YPG Members: $7 Non-Members: $12

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    Make Valentines for Tuesday, February 14 – Birmingham sign/valentine-making party Friday, 6pm

    Hi everybody… We are asking everyone who will participate in the 14th lobby day to bring six hand-made Valentine’s cards. One addressed to your representative, one addressed to your senator, and four addressed to (sssshhhhh it’s a secret but we’ll tell you soon)… Valentine’s will be made at the sign-making party this Friday, 6pm HICA offices if you need some group spirit to help you make yours!Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

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    Come and celebrate the fight against HB56 in Tuscaloosa this Saturday! https://www.facebook.com/events/245612572186404/

    We are TUSKALOOSA invites you to a party-kermesse to raise funds to rent a bus to participate in the rally and day of lobbying in Montgomery; Please help us with the fight against hatred and racism in Alabama NO HB56. Join us and have fun; there will be games and contests; and share this msg with your friends, the address is; 13679 Crystal Lk Dr, Coker the hope! February 11 at 3: 00 pm Saturday

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    The belief that Alabama’s immigration law is responsible for falling unemployment is a lot like the belief that a football fan can control a game outcome by eating a hot dog quickly, Arise policy analyst Stephen Stetson writes in this op-ed in the national Equal Voice newspaper.
    All of our neighboring states have managed to create jobs in recent months without claiming to have driven off their populations of undocumented immigrants. And the national trend of a dwindling unemployment rate suggests that Alabama’s figures aren’t directly tied to legislative action.Stetson: What’s Really Behind the Jobs Numbers? | EQUAL VOICE

  2. orion Responder

    11/02/2012 a las 5:14 am

    los editoriales
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