Lawyer Ema Calvo, 50, center, holds a banner that reads in Spanish; "French kidnapper and murderess," protesting the possible release of imprisoned French woman Florence Cassez, as an unidentified man... more 
Lawyer Ema Calvo, 50, center, holds a banner that reads in Spanish; "French kidnapper and murderess," protesting the possible release of imprisoned French woman Florence Cassez, as an unidentified man shouts in the favor of her release, in front of Mexico's Supreme Court building, where a panel of five justices deliberate the fate of Cassez, whose kidnapping conviction caused international friction and prompted a national debate about the country's troubled legal system, in Mexico City, Wednesday March 21, 2012. The supreme court judges will consider a proposal by fellow justice Arturo Zaldivar to free Cassez because of the inappropriate handling of her case in 2005. She is serving a 60-year sentence. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Alexandre Meneghini
Wed, Mar 21, 2012 9:44 PM EDT