Mexico's governmental human rights commission says it condemns violent incidents like a shootout between federal police and suspected criminals that left 42 suspects and one policeman dead.
The rights commission said Tuesday it has opened a formal investigation into last week's shootout at a ranch in western Michoacan state because of "the seriousness and importance of the allegations."
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