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  1. Mexican police

    Mexican Police Accused of Mass Extrajudicial Executions

    Was it an inside job? Mexican police stand accused of executing 22 people in one of the bloodiest episodes in the country’s anti-drug war. The government’s human rights commission has released a report on a police raid last year of a drug cartel’s ranch in Michoacan state. The disproportionate death toll — 42 suspects and one police officer killed — raised eyebrows, and the commission’s report accuses police of covering up a mass execution which they hope will focus public pressure on dealing with state-sanctioned police corruption.

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