Human rights body tells Mexican government to protect health of jailed vigilante leader

February 2, 2015 8:15 PM

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Human rights body tells Mexican government to protect health of jailed vigilante leader

FILE - This 2009 file family photo provided by Grisel Rodriguez shows Nestora Salgado, who has been detained since she was arrested Aug. 21, 2013 in the state of Guerrero, south of Mexico City, where she had been leading a vigilante group targeting police corruption and drug cartel violence. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has told the Mexican government in a written Jan. 28, 2015 decision to provide the necessary medical attention to the jailed vigilante leader who holds dual U.S. and Mexican citizenship. (AP Photo/Grisel Rodriguez, File) (The Associated Press)

MEXICO CITY – The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has told the Mexican government to provide the necessary medical attention to a jailed vigilante leader who holds dual U.S. and Mexican citizenship.

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