For a year and eight months a refugee living in San Diego County. A frequent change of apartment because it feels persecuted. He fled to Mexico by intolerance to sexual preferences. Is homosexual. It Agustín Negrete Humberto Estrada, who blames Enrique Peña Nieto of his exile. He adds: "It was my lover." 38-year-old Agustin Estrada claimed political asylum on September 16, 2010 by political persecution, torture and violation of their human rights. The U.S. government recently granted a work permit while his application for asylum advances, while the Ministry of this country in its annual report on human rights, supports the case of Agustín Estrada as one of the most prominent Discrimination and violence against homosexuals in Mexico. Agustin Estrada was a master of a center for disabled children in Ecatepec, Mexico State, the entity that Peña Nieto ruled between 2005 and 2011. On May 17, 2007 decided to dress as women to participate in an event against homophobia. That day made public his sexual preference. And that day began his martyrdom. From a social activist who worked closely with the state government, became a character uncomfortable for the administration of Peña Nieto, who then had shown intentions to run for the presidency. The state government of Mexico allegedly fired him from his job as a teacher after protesting, along with parents who supported him, was arrested on charges of attacks on the roads. The record of his case, based on the Human Rights Commission, said that in 2009 he was imprisoned, tortured and raped by the prison inmates. Estrada Augustine says that the persecution against him stemmed from the public decision to reveal he is gay and because he had "a clandestine relationship" with Peña Nieto. In an interview with La Opinion, said he met the current PRI candidate in late 1999 and early 2000, when Peña Nieto was undersecretary of state government in Mexico, and from there began the alleged affair that ended seven years later , when he publicly dressed as a woman. "I maintained a clandestine relationship with him, bother, I argued that I had to say publicly that it was all a joke, I was not homosexual, he asked me to marry, he had a family, that this was a way which he could protect me if I did not accept that condition, then I face the consequences, "he said Estrada. Agustin Estrada was recognized as a social activist Ecatepec and when the mothers of the school where he worked learned of his dismissal, came to his defense, which led to an alleged repression against him and his supporters. "I sent for him, I said I had to go on leave, that if I would not accept from the mother," he said. "For me the worst part of this whole situation is the fact that abuse of office, violated my rights, here are the records as documentary evidence of what has happened." During the interview, Agustin Estrada showed a stack of documents that are part of court records and the lawsuit he filed before the Commission on Human Rights in Washington DC Currently, he said, parents who defended him face criminal proceedings. "This situation in particular, has me very worried, because the rights are being violated, as with Atenco, in Teotihuacan, in my case and in many cases," he said. In YouTube videos have been published interviews with Estrada that revealed the alleged relationship with Pena Nieto, while Televisa journalist, Denisse Maerker, transmitted in October 2010 a report about the rape she suffered and that led him into exile . His case, he said, has not had much press because the mass media in Mexico have been bribed. Agustin Estrada holds a degree in education from the National Pedagogical University with a PhD in Inace private university, which he says, paid the office of then Deputy Eruviel Avila. After a long dispute, the Commission on Human Rights of Mexico forced the State to return your work as a teacher and his salary to grant interim measures, which has been able to pay the rent of the place you live in San Diego. Diego Gomez, a spokesman for international media campaign Peña Nieto said in a telephone interview from Mexico that the case of Estrada teacher is old and has been documented by the press of the State of Mexico. "He tracked point in time by the Office of the State of Mexico, but beyond that I know nothing," he said. As regards the alleged homosexual relationship, Gomez said he had no idea and would not comment. "The candidate has always been in favor of respecting human rights, was presented a week ago the Manifesto for a Democratic presidency, in which the candidate states precisely its commitment to human rights and an agenda that is pro freedom of expression and assembly, "he said. "The candidate has spoken on several occasions that he favors the respect of sexual preference, you have absolute freedom is a personal level," he said. He added: "This person (Agustin Estrada) came from Mexico, was a high-profile case was five years ago that happened, I believe, from my point of view, that is seizing the moment of the campaign for the spotlight. " Jaime Lopez Vela, president of the LGBT civil Agenda and Augustine who was Estrada's lawyer, said he was assaulted, arrested and sentenced to fourteen months in prison purge from the government of Enrique Peña Nieto. "The State of Mexico is one of the input states where there is no recognition of rights for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgenders)," he said in a telephone interview from Mexico City. On the alleged homosexual relationship he had with the now PRI candidate, Jaime Lopez Estrada said he was told by Augustine when he was exiled. "I never said that was loving Peña Nieto, is something that was very guarded, but the distance I realize why I was saved, because it helps me understand, as I was his lawyer, why such brutality against him in the State of Mexico because it was incomprehensible to me, "said Jaime Lopez. "He told me all the aggression he had received, the attempt to kill him, because practically what they did, was due to the relationship he had with Enrique Peña Nieto," he said. "That's what makes me understand, first as a lawyer because he had never seen a case so brutal discrimination and homophobia, and second, because with all the authorities that I could interview him reinstated while looking for work, the speech was the same, and it struck me, it seemed that everyone was indoctrinated. " Agustin Estrada is awaiting the decision of the U.S. government on his application for political asylum, but meanwhile is deeply concerned by what happens in Mexico. "Too bad for Mexico, for what lies ahead, because it will be a disgrace to Mexico that he is president," said Estrada. "What's next for Mexico is more persecution and repression."