obrador: Like any mother asking me for support for her son, Lopez Obrador said, according to CTV. Later in the afternoon, the president published via Twitter Consuelo Loera's letter in which she asks for his help in obtaining humanitarian visas for herself and two of her daughters. During a visit last week to Guzman's hometown of Badiraguato in Sinaloa state, a lawyer passed Lopez Obrador a letter from Guzman's mother. Lopez Obrador was in Sinaloa last week to announce a highway construction project in the area. She called his extradition illegal and asked that Guzman be brought back to Mexico. In the letter dated Feb. 14, Loera described herself as suffering and desperate and wrote that she had not seen her son in more than five years. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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