Detained dairy farmers released

WCAX first told you about this two weeks ago, when Yesenia Hernández-Ramos and Esau Peche-Ventura were arrested.

The pair apparently works on a dairy farm in Franklin County.

Migrant Justice held protests to get them released, and was working with a Boston-based lawyer.

According to Migrant Justice social media accounts, the two were let go Friday.

According to the Migrant Justice Facebook page, the group gathered 1,400 signatures and presented their petition, along with letters from friends and family members, to a judge.
Source: WCAX News


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