Mother of kids killed by soldiers demands justice
The parents to two kids killed by soldiers during a shootout on the outskirts of Nuevo Laredo are demanding justice for their loved ones.
Cynthia Almanza, the mother of the five and nine year old boys who were killed, says her kids’ deaths in April will not be in vain.
She's filed a human rights protest through an international organization to demand that the Mexican soldiers pay for their actions.
The mother claims the military opened fire on them for no reason.
Soldiers claim the family refused to stop and made actions they deemed as aggressive.
It happened at a time when Nuevo Laredo was on high alert after a number of killings linked to a war between drug cartels.