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Mexico

Amnesty International on Tortures and Arbitrary Detentions

Amnesty International presented findings in “Surviving death; Torture of women by police and armed forces in Mexico”

Investigator for Amnesty International Madeleine Penman, Director of the Americas for Amnesty Internal Erika Guevara-Rosas and son of a survivor of torture, Byron Arellano, speak during the presentation "Surviving Death; Torture of woman by police and armed forces in Mexico", photo: Cuartoscuro/Moisés Pablo
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Amnesty International announced Monday that incidents of torture and arbitrary detentions increased by over 600 percent in Mexico between 2010 and 2013.

During the presentation, “Surviving death; Torture of women by police and armed forces in Mexico,” regional investigator for Amnesty International Madeleine Penman, said that the statistics on torture in Mexico are chilling and unbelievable.

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