“They can kill me at any moment, but they are going to regret it forever because, after I’m dead, others will take my place.” – Alenquer
land rights activists
Human Rights Organizations have requested state officials launch an impartial investigation into the murder.
The memory of Mexican activist Jesus Javier Ramos Arreola will only strengthen the activist’s cause to stall construction of the New Mexican International Airport (NAIM).
The activist was dedicated to the defense of a strip of stony ground called Cerro del Tenayo, the location destined for the new international airport. Residents say the hill was home to several archaeological remains as well as diminishing species of flora and fauna.