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Group: Mexico Activist Death Probe Flawed

Mexico City’s official human rights commission said Wednesday it found irregularities and flaws in a series of official probes into the death of human rights worker Digna Ochoa. Ochoa’s body was discovered Oct. 19, 2001, in her Mexico City office. She had been shot in the head. Prosecutors ruled the death a suicide, but her family has insisted Ochoa was murdered. The commission found that the written description of the scene where Ochoa’s body was found did not match photographs and that the description of the injuries she suffered was not complete. Full Story

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