The announcement late Tuesday was another step in dismantling the official version of the June 30 confrontation, which came under question almost immediately because of the lopsided outcome. Only one soldier was injured.
But Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam's version of events raised more questions about the killings in an abandoned warehouse in southern Mexico. A witness said most of the deaths happened after the suspects had surrendered following an initial firefight in which one person died. The U.N. urged they be investigated as possible summary executions.
Following a brief initial firefight with eight soldiers, three of them . . .