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Topic - Olivia Hammar
"We feel like we have a really strong case," she said. "Our lawyer said he's feeling cautiously optimistic. We're waiting to comment until that happens."
However, she did say the family had filed a motion in the Mexican courts essentially saying her son's rights under Mexico's constitution haven't been honored.