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FILE - In this Dec. 23, 2014 file photo, a woman who spoke on the condition of anonymity in fear retribution by officials and drug traffickers, looks through court documents at her home in Arcelia, Mexico, during her first interview since being tortured and falsely imprisoned for five months on weapons possession charges. The Mexican government said Thursday, May 14, 2015 it will give at least 50 million pesos ($3.3. million) to the relatives of criminal suspects slain in 2014 by soldiers and survivors of the shootings, after a rights investigation found 12 to 15 of the 22 suspects were killed by army troops after surrendering. The investigation found the victims included three women who survived the attack and were tortured or pressured to support the army's version that all 22 suspects were killed in a shootout. (AP Photo/Christian Palma, File)

FILE - In this Dec. 23, 2014 file photo, a woman who spoke on the condition of anonymity in fear retribution by officials and drug traffickers, looks through court documents at her home in Arcelia, Mexico, during her first interview since being tortured and falsely imprisoned for five months on weapons possession charges. The Mexican government said Thursday, May 14, 2015 it will give at least 50 million pesos ($3.3. million) to the relatives of criminal suspects slain in 2014 by soldiers and survivors of the shootings, after a rights investigation found 12 to 15 of the 22 suspects were killed by army troops after surrendering. The investigation found the victims included three women who survived the attack and were tortured or pressured to support the army's version that all 22 suspects were killed in a shootout. (AP Photo/Christian Palma, File)

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