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January 25, 2013 4:31 PM

Mexico steps back from made-for-TV arrests, ‘perp walks’

Mexican authorities on Friday pledged major changes in the way criminal suspects are treated, citing an urgent need to improve a judiciary that’s suffering from rock-bottom conviction rates and wounded by public anger at the lack of a rule of law.

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