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Todos Somos Agnes

Hundreds marched down Reforma Avenue in Mexico City today to demand justice for the murder of Agnes Torres.

Signs reading “Todos Somos Agnes” (“We Are All Agnes”), and “¡Ni Una Muerta Más!” (“Not One More Dead!”) were carried as people chanted, “Agnes, amiga, tu lucha sigue viva,” meaning, “Agnes, [my] friend, your fight lives on.”

Puebla state prosecutors presented the names of five suspects yesterday, including Agnes Torres’ alleged boyfriend, Jorge Flores Zechinelli. Many questioned claims from officials that suggested Agnes’ murder may have been part of a botched robbery orchestrated by Flores, and not a hate crime.

Photo: LGBT activist Onan Vázquez reads a statement to Puebla Governor Rafael Moreno Valle; Credit: Twitter user Armando Franco.

Todos Somos Agnes

Hundreds marched down Reforma Avenue in Mexico City today to demand justice for the murder of Agnes Torres.

Signs reading “Todos Somos Agnes” (“We Are All Agnes”), and “¡Ni Una Muerta Más!” (“Not One More Dead!”) were carried as people chanted, “Agnes, amiga, tu lucha sigue viva,” meaning, “Agnes, [my] friend, your fight lives on.”

Puebla state prosecutors presented the names of five suspects yesterday, including Agnes Torres’ alleged boyfriend, Jorge Flores Zechinelli. Many questioned claims from officials that suggested Agnes’ murder may have been part of a botched robbery orchestrated by Flores, and not a hate crime.

Photo: LGBT activist Onan Vázquez reads a statement to Puebla Governor Rafael Moreno Valle; Credit: Twitter user Armando Franco.

(Source: yfrog.com)