Puebla, Mexico, Apr 14, 2021 / 13:47 pm
Pro-life leaders have filed a complaint with the Puebla State Attorney General's Office against a university student and a doctor for advising women how to procure abortion clandestinely at home, in violation of state law which prohibits abortion.
Speaking with ACI Prensa, CNA’s Spanish language news partner, Christer Espino, the first pro-life leader to report the activity, said that they have turned to the justice system "because we are talking about people who are committing a crime."
"The important thing is to set a precedent, that people see that we’re not going to let this group just get away with that," he said.
In late March, Espino and other pro-life leaders charged on social media that Kiana "N", a medical student at the Benemérita Autonomous University of Puebla, was allegedly part of a network of people who "accompany" women by telling them how they can abort at home.