Thanks from the Bachajón prisoners for actions taken on Political Prisoners Day

Letter from Santiago Moreno and Emilio Jimenéz prisoners from Ejido San Sebastián Bachajón

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FROM THE PRISON AT PLAYAS DE CATAZAJA, CHIAPAS, 8TH MAY, 2016

To the Comandancia, the Good Government Juntas and the support bases of the EZLN

To the compañeros of the Indigenous National Congress

To the compañeros adherents to The Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle from Mexico and the World

To the national and international organizations and human rights defenders

To the alternative and mass media

We are Santiago Moreno Pérez and Emilio Jiménez Gómez, unjustly imprisoned in CERESO 17, Playas de Catazaja, Chiapas. We are from the Ejido San Sebastián Bachajón, adherents to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle of the EZLN. From here in this prison we are in solidarity with all prisoners unjustly deprived of their liberty. From here we encourage you to go forward in struggle.

We thank all the groups and organizations who gave their solidarity on 17th April, political prisoners’ day, for their support and send them courage not to give up in their struggle and we tell all the compañeros and compañeras not to forget that although our bodies are here, our hearts go out there with you. Just as compañero Juan Vazquez was always in the struggle, although we are prisoners, we still continue with the struggle.

From CERESO No 17 we send a greeting to all the compañeros and compañeras, communities and peoples of Mexico and the world who resist.

Juan Vazquez Guzman lives, the Bachajón struggle continues

Never again a Mexico without us

Zapata lives, the struggle continues

Freedom for Political Prisoners

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