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Justice or Extortion? 

Manuel Osete: "What I've lived through is legally sanctioned judicial extortion."

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  • Manuel Osete speaks with ErnestoEscalante, a friend, on a recent Sunday at the Santa Cruz County Jail.
  • Debtor's Prison
  • Manuel Osete speaks with ErnestoEscalante, a friend, on...
  • Keith Rosenblum
  • Mar 24, 2005
  • A Pemex station in Nogales, Sonora, is one of the dozen properties in that city whose ownership is unresolved. The Arizona court system has ignored the Mexican public land registry and declared that numerous properties in Nogales belong to Manuel Osete.
  • Debtor's Prison
  • A Pemex station in Nogales, Sonora, is one...
  • Keith Rosenblum
  • Mar 24, 2005
  • Osete (in prison garb behind glass) is visited by friends and family on a recent Sunday at the Santa Cruz County Jail. They include (bottom left to right)Maria Cristina Sanders de Escalante; Nubar Hannessian; Raul Osete; Roberto Cantu; and Ignacio Escalante;and (top left to right) Carlota Osete deGonzlez; Sylvia Marquez; Laura Osete de Rebeil; Jose Sierra; Tony Rodriguez;Ernesto Escalante; and Jose Rebeil.
  • Debtor's Prison
  • Osete (in prison garb behind glass) is visited...
  • Keith Rosenblum
  • Mar 24, 2005
  • This parcel of land in Nogales, Sonora, held in equal shares by the Osete family, has been offered to the estranged wife of Manuel Osete in exchange for his release from the Santa Cruz County Jail, where he has been held for 27 months on civil contempt of court charges.
  • Debtor's Prison
  • This parcel of land in Nogales, Sonora, held...
  • Keith Rosenblum
  • Mar 24, 2005

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