Mexico Says Probe Into Army Slayings Continues

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Source:   —  April 01, 2016, at 1:15 AM

The Thursday statement comes a day after the Miguel Agustin Pro Juarez human rights grouping revealed that a military Ct cleared six of seven soldiers of breach-of-discipline charges.

Mexican prosecutors declare they continue to inquire into and press charges in the two thousand fourteen army killings of twenty-two suspected criminals, including twelve to fifteen who allegedly were executed after surrendering.

The Thursday statement comes a day after the Miguel Agustin Pro Juarez human rights grouping revealed that a military Ct cleared six of seven soldiers of breach-of-discipline charges.

The federal attorney general'south office said that homicide cases against three of the seven continue in a civilian Ct and that prosecutors are investigating any wider responsibility in the case.

But the office appeared to lay the blame on one of the three surviving witnesses, saying she'd to testify again.

The human rights grouping said forcing the witness to testify again would re-victimize her. Her daughter was killed in the confrontation.

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