LIBERTAD PARA ALEJANDRA
On October 16, 2020 Alejandra Guadalupe Cuevas Moran (67yo) was arrested for the “Intentional Homicide of a Concubine by Omission of Care” of Federico Gertz Manero, brother of Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero.
Between the years of 2015 and 2018, the Mexican courts threw out the case that Alejandro Gertz Manero intended to imprison her and her mother, Laura Moran Servín, for lack of evidence.
Laura was the partner of the prosecutor’s brother for 52 years; however, when Alejandro Gertz Manero took office as the Attorney General of Mexico, he issued a warrant for her arrest. Laura is the oldest woman in Mexican history with an active arrest warrant.
After Alejandra Guadalupe Cuevas Moran’s arrest, through an intermediary, Alejandro Gertz Manero presented a list of demands to the Cuevas family.
This consisted of a typed list with photos of Federico’s possessions that Laura had in her home (paintings, sculptures, rugs, etc.)
$3,550,000 pesos that was in a joint account of Federico and Laura, that legally belonged to her.
And a letter from Laura renouncing the monthly pension she receives from Federico’s estate.
On October 19, 2020 Alejandra Guadalupe Cuevas Moran’s children gathered each of the items listed and had them delivered to Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero through the intermediary.
On November 13, 2020 Laura Moran Servin gave Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero a cashier’s check in the amount of $3,550,000 pesos; as well as the requested letter renouncing her monthly pension.
But that wasn’t enough; in a recorded telephone conversation with Alejandra’s daughter, Ana Paola Castillo Cuevas, Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero stated that he wanted a written document from Alejandra’s three children (one of which is a US citizen/journalist) that they “recognize their direct and indirect responsibility as well as recognize they benefited from their proximity to public power.”
THIS IS EXTORTION & AN INTERNATIONAL CRIME!
Alejandra Cuevas Moran is now a 68-year-old woman imprisoned in the Santa Martha Acatitla Women's Center for Social Reintegration, in Mexico City.
Most recently Alejandra and her mother Laura won a case for Amparo protection against Alejandro Gertz Manero; however, Attorney General Gertz Manero has challenged the ruling and Alejandra remains imprisoned; while her 94 year old mother can be arrested at any time.
This page is dedicated to disseminating the facts of this human rights violation and achieving justice for her and her family.