He asks for punishment for the culprits who interfered with machinery to invade their lands that allegedly sold them illegally to an automobile company.
SALTILLO, COAH.- Desperate is the Ramirez Castillo family being evicted from their own land that was inherited by the course of the highway Saltillo-Monclova.
The family point to Julián De la Peña, Oscar Soto and Guillermo Herrera, employees of a renowned builder who hired a Automotive company to expand their patios.
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Owner Esteban Ramirez makes an urgent appeal to the authorities of the Power of attorney to review the file in their possession.
The properties owned by you are located by the kilometer 10 of Highway 57 in the limits of Saltillo with Ramos Arizpejust in front of the patios of GM.
The invaders came with machineries and went straight to break down a hill that is within your property.
Now he fears that the authorities of the Secretary of the Environment(Semarnat) at a certain moment point him guilty.
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Ensures that the property still it is in his father’s name and grandparents that more than 40 years ago they inherited it.
He demands punishment for the guilty and hopes to be favored in this complaint that he has already filed with the State Attorney General’s Office.