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Mexico rights commission investigates killings


 Mexican human rights investigators have interviewed employees at an import car lot where the parents of three young Americans shot to death in Mexico say they found their children's vehicles.

   A team from the National Human Rights Commission conducted interviews and took photographs at the property in downtown Matamoros on Tuesday. The Alpha car business is owned by Luis Alfredo Biasi, who is the border city's social welfare secretary.

   Pedro Alvarado says he found his daughter's Jeep Cherokee and a son's Tahoe at the car lot after they disappeared Oct. 13 along with another son and a Mexican friend.

   The bodies of Erica, Angel and Alex Alvarado and that of Erica's boyfriend were found Oct. 29 outside Matamoros.

   The siblings from Progreso, Texas, were visiting their father in El Control.

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