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@EPN : Find Olivier Tschumi, held since December 19th, 2010 in Mexico
  • Petitioned Enrique Peña Nieto

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Enrique Peña Nieto

@EPN : Find Olivier Tschumi, held since December 19th, 2010 in Mexico

    1. Frédérique Santal
    2. Petition by

      Frédérique Santal

      Malleray-Bévilard, Switzerland

Find Olivier Tschumi, held since December 19th, 2010 in Mexico

The ransom paid for his release, my brother Olivier Tschumi has not been released. The investigation stalled, the Swiss authorities can not intervene because Mexico does not allow any foreign intrusion on its territory. We call on the President of Mexico to intervene to force the investigation and lead to the SIEDO finally furnish the contents of the investigation file to the Swiss authorities under agreements of mutual assistance.

 Of Swiss origin, Olivier Tschumi, established in Mexico since 20 years, was kidnapped in a forest of Cuernavaca in the morning of December 19th, 2010 while he made his jogging with his two dogs. A ransom of 10'000 dollars was deposited on December 20th according to the orders of the kidnappers. Olivier wasn't released as expected. Since then no more single sign of the kidnappers.

WEB: http://www.scoop.it/t/olivier-tschumi-kidnapped-in-mexico 

My brother Olivier is a victim of Mexican Drug War. Fight for him is also fight for each other. Thank you for signing the petition for Rodolfo Cázares kidnapped in Mexico in July 2011. His wifeLudivine Barbier and I share the same despair and the same fight. We plan to deliver our petitions together to the President of Mexico.

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    • Sylviane MARTIN POLIEZ-PITTET, SWITZERLAND
      • over 1 year ago

      Par solidarité

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