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The US-based group Human Rights Watch has highlighted evidence it has gathered suggesting unarmed civilians were killed by federal police in two separate incidents in which a total of 50 people died.
The leaflets show three photos of 'Chapo' Guzman, including a recent mugshot, and offer a reward of $3.8 million for information leading to his capture.
The footage is meant to silence theories on a larger cover-up for Guzman's escape. It shows the inmate pacing, putting on shoes, ducking in his shower, and disappearing.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who became a top boss of the powerful Sinaloa cartel after a previous escape from a Mexican prison in 2001, is on the loose once again.
In Ocotlan, Jalisco, locals called the government's raid of a cartel-controlled ranch a "massacre." Authorities hit the airwaves to deny the claims, but troubling inconsistencies hover over the case.
Six Mexican soldiers were killed when a rocket-propelled grenade hit the tail of a military helicopter on Friday. The violence in Jalisco is "pure terrorism," one official said.