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Mexican Judge Dismisses Charges Against Farm Leader Baltazar Valdez

After a three-hour hearing, a federal judge in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, dismissed the charges of “sabotaging” government property against farm leader Baltazar Valdez. He did so with prejudice, meaning that the charges cannot be brought back against him, and that he is free to continue his organizing activities against free trade policies and in favor of farm parity prices, great infrastructure projects, and for Mexico to “diversify its foreign and economic relations by turning towards the BRICS for alternative trade relations and joint investment projects, to get around the control by the cartels that manipulate prices on the Chicago Board of Trade, and the like.”

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