Dorian Hargrove 8 p.m., Dec. 11
Border News Translations: Abortion Prosecuted; Student Missing; HS Tuition Due
MEXICALI (En Linea Tijuana, 5/5/11) - A Baja California Court ordered the release of Leslie, a young woman who interrupted her pregnancy and was accused of murder by the Attorney General of Justice of the State. The woman remained in the center of Social rehabilitation of Mexicali to protests from feminist groups who criticized the violation of her human rights. The Agency of the Public Ministry stated that Leslie caused the expulsion of a baby at 24 weeks of gestation. In contrast, the women argued the product only showed when she was in the bathroom.
MEXICALI (En Linea Tijuana, 5/5/11) - With flyers and monumental billboards, Jaime Martínez’s family maintains a permanent public denunciation against the disappearance of his daughter Alexandra, 24. Educated with academic training, the young woman who obtained two scholarships by Professors by competition disappeared April 20. Military conducted a search at the home of her friends, which caused unrest among the affected family. What draws attention is that the flyers are distributed in commercial establishments with logos of section 37 of the SNTE and a print advertising company. Your children and Baja California deserve this kind of teacher, said the images that appeared on the main avenues where hers parents Juan Manuel Martínez Medina and Conception Jaime Molina are asking for help to find her.
MEXICALI (En Linea Tijuana, 5/5/11) - High school students are decommissioned from the Cebatis system due to a lack of resources to pay their registration, reports priista Member Roxana Soto.The legislature demanded State authorities review the revision to of the principles of free education to avoid all features of discrimination. In any case, economic support should be provided so that young people complete their high school studies. Yoshua Lamb Marín, a student at the 140 CEBTIS, complains of discrimination by educational authorities who expelled him from the school with not enough to cover the fee of 1500 pesos ($128) for his registration.