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November 13, 2014 4:46 PM

Mexican soldiers face charges, but not officials who tried to hide massacre

More than four months have passed since members of a Mexican army patrol killed 22 suspected criminals, most of them after they’d surrendered, in a rural area southwest of Mexico City. Three soldiers now await trial on charges of first-degree murder.

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