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US News Abortion: a woman released after nine years in prison in Salvador

12:45  11 june  2021
12:45  11 june  2021 Source:   elle.fr

in Senegal, Great Household in a prison after the escape of "AS des Vasions"

 in Senegal, Great Household in a prison after the escape of © Albert Gonzalez Farran Baye Modou Fall, also nicknamed "Boy Djinne" (young Djinn, or the young genius) was in detention provisional in a "high security" area of ​​Grand Yoff Prison, a popular district of Dakar a prison director "Statement of his duties", the guardians arrested: the Senegalese authorities have begun to clean in the Dakar's penitentiary establishment from which escaped "the Ace des Vasions", still actively sought after four days of Cavale.

Sara Rogel had been sentenced in 2012, to a 30-year sentence in prison after losing her baby during an accidental fall. It was released by the Salvadoral authorities on June 7, after nine years passed behind the bars.

Sara Rogel s’est exprimée à sa sortie de prison, lors d'une conférence de presse. © Miguel Lemus / EFE / SIPA Sara Rogel spoke to his release from prison at a press conference.

Sara Rogel's life rocked in 2012. At 20, the young student from Santa Cruz Analquito (Salvador) was eight months old when she dropped in laundry at home, causing the loss of her baby. Found unconscious by his family, she was immediately taken to the hospital but on the spot, the authorities suspected the young woman for practicing an abortion . Imprisoned, Sara Rogel was charged with aggravated homicide and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. After several legal interventions of the Citizen Group for the decriminalization of therapeutic, ethical and eugenic abortion (Acdatee), justice reduced its sentence to ten years in prison. She was finally released on June 7, after spending nine years in the women's prison in Zacatecoluca.

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"I felt like birth again," said, very moved, Sara Rogel after his anticipated parole. In a press conference, she returned more into detail on the accident that upset her life. "It was very difficult. I loved my baby, but I lost it because of a fall, I had everything a mother desired, having a baby, "she said.


Video: A Salvadoran released after being sentenced to 30 years in prison for abortion (dailymotion)

"She was deprived of freedom for nearly nine years, for a sentence we think of having been unfollowed to her," Reacted Acdatee lawyer, Karla Vaquerano. The Office of the Attorney General announced on Friday, June 4th that he would not appeal the decision of the Tribunal who had pronounced the anticipated parole a few days before.

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 The trial for rape of Marc Machin set in October © Nicolas Tucat / AFP A prison guard walks in a corridor, at the penitentiary center of the baumettes in Marseille, in the south of France, on 13 February 2021. judged For rape, the trial of Marc Machin was fixed from 11 to 14 October before the Assize Court of Paris. Marc Machin , a victim of a judicial error and whose condemnation for murder had been canceled in 2012, will be judged for rape in front of the Assize Court of Paris from October 11 to 14, learned Thursday. AFP of judicial source.

"We will not be a modern country as long as there are unfairly imprisoned women"

Salvador is one of the five countries in the world where abortion is illegal in all circumstances. The Penal Code provides sentences of up to eight years in prison, but in fact, prosecutors and judges classify abortion cases, including involuntary, such as "aggravated homicide", punishable by up to 'to 50 years in prison.

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presents at the press conference, the feminist and militant MORENA Herrera enjoined the authorities to legislate on abortion. "We will not be a modern country, even with all possible modern electronic financial systems, as long as there are unfairly imprisoned women. As long as this type of law will be maintained, we will be one of the most underdeveloped countries in the world. In March, the family of a young woman sentenced for abortion and dead in detention, claimed justice before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The judgment of the Court should be rendered within six months to one year.

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Honduras-Prison Riot /: Honduras-at least five dead after clashes in a prison Tegucigalpa, 18 June (Reuters) - At least five detainees were killed and 39 prisoners and guardians were injured Thursday during clashes between gang members in a high security prison in Honduras, indicated the judicial authorities.

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