People ride a motorbike through an intersection where a video released by Mexican media outlets appeared to show a soldier executing a civilian lying face down in the street with a shot to the back of his head, in Palmarito Tochapan, Puebla State, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. The footage purportedly depicts a portion of the military's encounter with fuel pipeline thieves in that the government said left 10 dead.
People ride a motorbike through an intersection where a video released by Mexican media outlets appeared to show a soldier executing a civilian lying face down in the street with a shot to the back of his head, in Palmarito Tochapan, Puebla State, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. The footage purportedly depicts a portion of the military's encounter with fuel pipeline thieves in that the government said left 10 dead. Rebecca Blackwell AP
People ride a motorbike through an intersection where a video released by Mexican media outlets appeared to show a soldier executing a civilian lying face down in the street with a shot to the back of his head, in Palmarito Tochapan, Puebla State, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. The footage purportedly depicts a portion of the military's encounter with fuel pipeline thieves in that the government said left 10 dead. Rebecca Blackwell AP

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