During this violent police repression meted out by the Mexican State governor, Enrique Peña Nieto and then Mexican Republic president, Vicente Fox :
A 14 years old boy and a mexican student were killed
207 people (including ten minors) were victims of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.
145 were arbitrarily arrested.
26 women suffered sexual assault.
5 foreigners, in addition to the violence inflicted on them, were illegally expelled from the country.
Nowadays, two years after, not one political responsible neither any police officer has been brought to justice for the serious crimes committed. However, there are still 16 compañeros held in two prisons:
In maximum security prison of Altiplano, all accused of kidnapping and attacks on the general means of communication and sentenced to 67 years in prison: Ignacio del Valle Medina, Felipe Alvarez Hernandez and Hector Galindo Gochicua.
Prison in Molino de Las Flores: Patricia Romero Hernandez, Juan Carlos Estrada Cruces, Romano Ordoñez, Jorge Ordoñez, Alejandro Pilón Zacate, Narciso Rellano, Raúl Romero, Arturo Sánchez Romero, Inés Rodolfo Cuellar, Edgar Morales Reyes, Julio Cesar Espinoza Ramos, Pedro Reyes Flores y Oscar Hernandez Pacheco.
The FPDT and all their supporters demand the freedom of all political prisoners and the punishment of the political and police responsible. They continue their struggle against capitalism and the defence of the land.