Mexico charges police in ambush

14 officers face attempted murder in attack on U.S. Embassy SUV

Posted: November 10, 2012 at 4:15 a.m.

The Mexican attorney general’s office on Friday charged 14 federal police officers with first-degree attempted murder in the Aug. 24 ambush of a U.S. Embassy vehicle and offered new details that make it clear the police were on a mission of slaughter when they opened fire on the vehicle on a mountain road outside the Mexican capital.

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