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Latin American Herald Tribune - Activists Shot in Mexico City, Human Rights Group Says


Latin American Herald Tribune - Activists Shot in Mexico City, Human Rights Group Says: Matias Flores, a Nahuatl Indian who belongs to the CODHHSO human rights group, Jesus Hernandez Reyes and Rubicel Hernandez Garcia, both members of the National Front for the Struggle for Socialism, or FNLS, were shot around 7:20 a.m. on Saturday by a gunman who accused them of spreading gossip, Hector Cerezo told EFE by telephone from the hospital.

The Federal District Attorney’s Office confirmed the shooting in a statement.

Videos from security cameras have been reviewed and “police officers determined that shots were fired from a vehicle at three people, and assistance was requested from emergency services personnel, who transported them to a public hospital for medical treatment,” the DA’s office said.

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