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Hnahnu indigenous woman Jacinta Francisco prepares to deliver a speech during the act of recognition of innocence and public apology of the General Attorney's Office to the Hnahnu indigenous women at the Anthropology Museum in Mexico City on February 21, 2017. 
The General Attorney's Office offered an historic apology to three Hnahnu indigenous women accused in 2006 of having participated in the kidnap of six agents of the disappeared Federal Agency of Investigation (AFI) and unfairly imprisoned for three years. During the event the women and their families expressed their discontent with the late redress. / AFP / ALFREDO ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)
Hnahnu indigenous woman Jacinta Francisco prepares to deliver a speech during the act of recognition of innocence and public apology of the General Attorney's Office to the Hnahnu indigenous women at the Anthropology Museum in Mexico City on February 21, 2017. 
The General Attorney's Office offered an historic apology to three Hnahnu indigenous women accused in 2006 of having participated in the kidnap of six agents of the disappeared Federal Agency of Investigation (AFI) and unfairly imprisoned for three years. During the event the women and their families expressed their discontent with the late redress. / AFP / ALFREDO ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Jacinta Francisco pidió al gobierno justicia para los encarcelados injustamente en el país durante su discurso en la ceremonia en la que el procurador general de México Raúl Cervantes reconoció públicamente su inocencia y la de otras dos mujeres indígenas que pasaron tres años encarceladas por el falso secuestro de policías federales.

Jacinta exige al gobierno revisar encarcelamientos injustos en México

Jacinta Francisco pidió al gobierno justicia para los encarcelados injustamente en el país durante su discurso en la ceremonia en la que el procurador general de México Raúl Cervantes reconoció públicamente su inocencia y la de otras dos mujeres indígenas que pasaron tres años encarceladas por el falso secuestro de policías federales.