Enviros and human rights advocates chained themselves to the door of the Mexican attorney general’s office on Wednesday, calling for the release of two environmental activists who have been jailed on apparently trumped-up drug and weapons charges. Amnesty International, the Sierra Club, and other groups assert that Rodolfo Montiel and Teodoro Cabrera were arrested, tortured, and imprisoned because they dared to lead protests against logging operations that were decimating the forests in their rural community in Mexico’s southern state of Guerrero. Activists are calling for the intervention of President-elect Vicente Fox, who will take office on Dec. 1.